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World - Spurs sign South Korea`s Son for reported £22 mn

Tottenham Hotspur have signed South Korea forward Son Heung-min from Germans Bayer Leverkusen, the English Premier League club announced Friday. Son scored 29 goals in 87 appearances for Leverkusen after joining from domestic rivals Hamburg in 2013 for 10 million euros. Leverkusen have already signed his replacement in Slovenia international Kevin Kampl from Borussia Dortmund.

Friday, August 28, 2015  12:16


World - Ten Syrian migrants injured in Hungary trafficking van crash: police

Ten Syrian migrants were injured early on Friday when a van driven by a Romanian citizen suspected of human trafficking overturned on the M5 highway in Hungary, police said in a statement on their website. Police found at least 18 Syrian migrants, including the injured 10, near the highway overnight who were probably traveling in the van when it crashed en route for Budapest, the statement said.

Friday, August 28, 2015  10:30


World - Second-seeded Anderson into Winston-Salem semis

Winston-Salem (United States) (AFP) - Second-seeded South African Kevin Anderson powered into the semi-finals of the US Open tune-up tournament at Winston-Salem with 6-2, 7-6 (7/1) win over Borna Coric. Anderson improved to 6-0 in quarter-final matches in 2015, firing 10 aces and never facing a break point in the 82-minute triumph. In Friday`s semi-finals Anderson will play unseeded Tunisian Malek Jaziri, who upset sixth-seeded Brazilian Thomaz Bellucci 6-3, 6-2.

Friday, August 28, 2015  05:22


World - Bomb blast kills 6 Iraqi policemen, injures 10

BAGHDAD (AP) — Iraqi officials say an explosion has ripped through the parking lot of a Baghdad police station when a police bomb squad tried to defuse a car bomb while colleagues looked on, killing six and wounding 10.

Friday, August 28, 2015  10:11


Business - Accused U.S. `flash crash` trader fails to have UK extradition case postponed

A London-based day-trader accused by the United States of market manipulation that contributed to the Wall Street `flash crash` in 2010, failed to persuade a court on Friday to postpone his extradition hearing. Navinder Sarao, who lives with his parents in a small house near London`s Heathrow Airport, was arrested by British police on a U.S. extradition warrant in April after being charged with wire fraud, commodities fraud and market manipulation by the U.S. Justice Department. On Friday , his defense lawyer James Lewis told Westminster Magistrates Court he needed more time to obtain expert evidence about trading and how the market worked to help address the issue of whether Sarao had made false representations through his trading activity.

Friday, August 28, 2015  11:41


Top Stories - The 10 biggest populations by 2050

So your city is about to double in size, and it`s happening whether you like it or not. Infrastructure will be strained, sanitation is a concern and children need educating.

Friday, August 28, 2015  11:05


Top Stories - Obama shows off singing voice

President Barack Obama once more showed off his singing skills Thursday in New Orleans while he was touring a neighborhood devastated by Hurricane Katrina 10 years ago.

Friday, August 28, 2015  03:17


Europe - World Briefing: Greece: Interim Leader Is Appointed

Greece`s top Supreme Court judge was appointed caretaker prime minister on Thursday and will lead the country until elections next month.

Friday, August 28, 2015  02:06


Top Stories - Obama sings `Jeffersons` theme tune

President Barack Obama once more showed off his singing skills Thursday in New Orleans while he was touring a neighborhood devastated by Hurricane Katrina 10 years ago.

Friday, August 28, 2015  12:34


World - Amnesty accuses UAE of torturing Libyan-Canadian

Authorities in the United Arab Emirates have tortured a Libyan-Canadian man who has been held for a year on suspicion of having links to the Muslim Brotherhood, Amnesty International said Friday. `The unlawful treatment of Salim al-Aradi demonstrates the extreme tactics the UAE authorities are resorting to in the name of protecting national security,` said Amnesty`s Middle East and North Africa deputy director Said Boumedouha. The group said that Aradi was among 10 Libyan businessmen arrested in the UAE, four of whom were released in December and deported to Turkey.

Friday, August 28, 2015  12:34

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