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World - Townsend pens Crystal Palace deal, Gayle joins Newcastle

Crystal Palace have signed England international winger Andros Townsend from Newcastle for a club record £13 million ($17m, 15.5m euros), the Premier League club confirmed on Friday. The 24-year-old has agreed a five-year contract with his transfer coming on the same day that striker Dwight Gayle moved in the opposite direction. `I`m extremely delighted,` Townsend told Palace`s website.

Friday, July 01, 2016  11:30


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Friday, July 01, 2016  12:29


World - Ukraine will join EU within 10 years: Groysman

Ukraine will join the EU within the next decade, Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman said Friday, adding that his country still believed strongly in the bloc despite Britain`s vote to leave. Groysman told Germany`s Funke media group that Ukraine saw its future in the West and hailed an association agreement with the EU as a `driving force` behind reforms in Kiev. `I am convinced that Ukraine will be in the EU in 10 years,` he said.

Friday, July 01, 2016  11:06


World - Bank of England `to provide` more than £250 bn

The Bank of England `stands ready to provide` more than £250 billion of funds to aid the smooth functioning of markets after the Brexit vote, governor Mark Carney said Friday. `As a backstop, and to support the functioning of markets, the Bank of England stands ready to provide more than £250 billion ($370 billion, 326 billion euros) of additional funds through its normal facilities,` Carney said in a televised statement. `The Bank of England is also able to provide substantial liquidity in foreign currency, if required,` he added.

Friday, June 24, 2016  09:26


World - Heavy rains, landslides kill at least 10 in northern India

LUCKNOW, India (AP) ó Torrential rains triggered heavy floods and landslides that poured down hills in the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand, killing at least 10 people by Friday and destroying dozens of homes, officials said.

Friday, July 01, 2016  11:40


World - Hungary jails 10 migrants for up to three years for border crossing

A Hungarian court on Friday sentenced 10 migrants to between one and three years in jail for illegally crossing the border during a riot in September 2015, after Hungary built a razor wire fence to seal its frontier with Serbia. It was the first case to come to trial under a law passed days before the incident that made illegal border crossing as part of a rioting crowd punishable by between one and five years in prison.

Friday, July 01, 2016  10:57


World - British car industry drives home EU benefits

Britain`s car sector on Wednesday said its growth depended on the country keeping `unrestricted access` to the European single market -- a situation thrown into doubt by Brexit. `Our growth depends on certainty and continued open and reciprocal access to the 100-plus markets with which the UK automotive industry so successfully trades,` Mike Hawes, chief executive of industry body SMMT, said in a statement ahead of an annual conference in London on Wednesday featuring car bosses from across Europe. Any risks and uncertainty to these fundamental benefits need to be addressed head on by UK government,‚ he added.

Wednesday, June 29, 2016  11:16


World - Press hammer `clueless` England over Euro debacle

The British press slammed the England football team as clueless, shambolic and embarrassing after their humiliating 2-1 defeat by Iceland at Euro 2016 on Monday. The Daily Mail compared the defeat in Nice to England`s 1-0 loss to a part-time United States side at the 1950 World Cup in Brazil and the British referendum vote last week to leave the European Union. `A lot of people in England have been trying to turn back time over the last few days ‚ and Roy Hodgson managed to get it all the way back to Belo Horizonte in 1950,` mused the Mail.

Monday, June 27, 2016  23:38


World - In divided Belfast, Brexit vote sows uncertainty

The Brexit vote has sown uncertainty in the still divided communities of Belfast, where memories of the conflict that tore the province apart for three decades are all too raw. Many nationalists, who support a united Ireland and do not regard themselves as British, are concerned about a return to Westminster rule minus the counterbalancing influence of Brussels. `I would definitely now vote for a united Ireland because then we‚ d be part of the European Union ‚ - nobody trusts an English government,` said Marion Connolly, 25.

Saturday, June 25, 2016  19:39


Top Stories - Lawyer: Adnan Syed, murderer featured in podcast `Serial` getting new trial

Adnan†Syed, the Baltimore man whose 1999 conviction for his girlfriend`s murder became†the subject of a popular podcast, is getting a new tr...

Thursday, June 30, 2016  22:55

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