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World - Sir Andy to be treated like ‚??royalty‚?? in Melbourne


The men`s world number one is set to be treated as tennis royalty at the Australian Open next week with the official local broadcaster planning to refer to him as `Sir Andy Murray`. The Scot was knighted in Britain`s New Year Honours list after a magnificent 2016 and tennis chiefs have been mulling what to call him, according to the Sydney Morning Herald. `Not only is he tennis royalty, he`s now a Knight Bachelor, so yes of course we will be showing him the respect he deserves and refer to him as Sir Andy Murray,` the broadcaster`s head of sport Saul Shtein said.


Thursday, January 12, 2017  03:40

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World - Scottish teenager Burke at home with RB Leipzig


Scotland`s Oliver Burke plans to fly his mum over to Germany to supply a taste of home cooking as he seeks to cement his future at RB Leipzig. A Scotland international at just 19, the pacy teenage winger was told to forget everything he had learned tactically at Nottingham Forest after RB signed him for a reported 15 million euros (£13 million, $16 million) last August. Leipzig, backed by energy drinks giants Red Bull, are enjoying a stellar first season in Germany`s top flight after starting with a record 13-match unbeaten run.


Tuesday, January 17, 2017  02:31

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World - Swansea sign Dutch winger Narsingh from PSV


Swansea City have signed Dutch international winger Luciano Narsingh from PSV Eindhoven for £4 million ($4.9 million, 4.6 million euros), the Premier League strugglers announced on Thursday. The 26-year-old has signed a two-and-a-half-year contract and becomes Paul Clement`s first signing since he succeeded Bob Bradley as manager earlier this month. Right-footer Narsingh has been capped 16 times by the Netherlands and can play on either flank.


Thursday, January 12, 2017  18:33

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World - Dimitri Payet wants to leave West Ham, says Slaven Bilic


West Ham United playmaker Dimitri Payet has informed the club of his desire to leave and no longer wishes to play for them, manager Slaven Bilic revealed on Thursday. Payet, 29, joined West Ham from Marseille in a reported £10.7 million ($13.1 million, 12.3 million euros) deal in 2015 and had a sensational first season, scoring 12 goals and supplying 12 assists. `We have said we don`t want to sell our best players, but Dimitri Payet does not want to play for us,` Bilic told a press conference.


Thursday, January 12, 2017  10:53

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World - Iran`s Revolutionary Guards position for power


By Babak Dehghanpisheh BEIRUT (Reuters) - Iran`s Revolutionary Guards look set to entrench their power and shift the country to more hardline, isolationist policies for years to come following the death of influential powerbroker Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani. Former president Rafsanjani long had a contentious relationship with the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), which is both the strongest military force in Iran and also has vast economic interests worth billions of dollars. With a presidential election in May and a question mark over the health of Iran`s most powerful figure, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, analysts say the Guards will soon have opportunities to tighten their grip on the levers of power.


Friday, January 13, 2017  12:37

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World - Turkey terror suspect found living in comfy Istanbul flat


Istanbul (AFP) - Istanbul resident Ali Haydar Demir knew something was wrong when he heard a noise at midnight in his apartment block on 911 Street in the far-flung Istanbul district of Esenyurt.


Tuesday, January 17, 2017  16:45

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World - Surge of African migrants brave Latin America jungle trek for U.S. dream


By Anastasia Moloney TAPACHULA, Mexico (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Using a stone, Ahmed Ali Hassan scraped away at the side of the container truck until he made a small hole, and putting his parched mouth to it, gasped for air. The overcrowded truck carrying nearly 100 migrants, many from Africa, took turns to breathe in pockets of dry air as the truck rattled through rural Nicaragua. `We all thought we were going to die,` Hassan, a Somali, told the Thomson Reuters Foundation as he recalled last month`s journey.


Monday, January 16, 2017  10:44

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World - Bahrain executes three Shi`ites for bombing, sparks outcry


Bahrain on Sunday executed three Shi`ite Muslim men convicted of killing three policemen in a 2014 bomb attack, the first such executions in over two decades, drawing condemnation from foreign officials in the region and beyond. Activists in Bahrain reacted with rage to the move, calling it a `black day` for the Gulf Arab kingdom` and posting images of protestors clashing with police on social media. The executions came less than a week after the country`s highest court confirmed the punishment against Abbas al-Samea, 27, Sami Mushaima, 42, and Ali al-Singace, 21, found guilty of killing one Emirati and two Bahraini police officers.


Sunday, January 15, 2017  13:37

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World - Bahrain executes three Shi`ites convicted of killing policemen


RIYADH (Reuters) - Bahraini authorities on Sunday executed three Shi`ite Muslim men convicted of killing an Emirati police officer and two Bahraini policemen in a 2014 bomb attack, the public prosecutor said, in the first death sentences to be carried out since 2008. The executions came less than a week after the country`s highest court, the Court of Cassation, confirmed the death sentences originally imposed in 2015 against Abbas al-Samea, Sami Mushaima and Ali al-Singace. (Reporting by Katie Paul; Editing by Susan Fenton)


Sunday, January 15, 2017  07:16

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World - Riots in Tunisia on revolt`s anniversary, protests greet president


Local residents said protests that erupted in the southern town of Ben Guerdane had spread over the weekend to several other areas such as Sidi Bouzid, Meknassi and Gafsa, where Essebsi visited to mark the 2011 uprising that ousted autocrat Zine El Abidine Ben Ali. Six years after that revolt, Tunisia is hailed as a model of democratic transition, but rural central and southern regions remain flashpoints for rioting in marginalized towns where many young Tunisians see little economic opportunity or progress.


Saturday, January 14, 2017  19:06

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