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Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho accused of tax fraud

A prosecutor claimed Mourinho benefited from not declaring his income from the use of image rights. It will now be up to a judge to decide whether to take the matter to court. Ronaldo has denied any wrongdoing. Spanish prosecutors have filed a lawsuit against the player accusing him of defrauding tax authorities of 14.7 million euros ($16.39 million) by hiding his image rights income between 2011 and 2014. Read More »

Brexit risks to UK economy in focus as Hammond, Carney speak

Turning to a well-worn phrase favoured by European Union negotiators, he said: "Nothing is agreed until everything is agreed". "We must lift the uncertainty caused by Brexit , we want to make sure that the withdrawal of the United Kingdom happens in an orderly manner, then in a second step we will scope our future partnership", the French politician said. Read More »

London police say 58 confirmed or presumed dead in Grenfell Tower blaze

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Cundy promised an exhausting investigation into the tragedy. The fire ripped through the high-rise early Wednesday. "Our focus has been on those that we know were in Grenfell Tower". She said earlier that the national mood is somber but that Britain is resolute in the face of adversity. Public anger was mounting as residents and neighbors demanded answers for how the blaze spread so quickly amid reports that contractors installed a cheaper, less flame-resistant type of exterior paneling ... Read More »

NPA reiterates its priorities as Brexit talks begin

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Brexit poses new threats to the integrity of the United Kingdom. The UK and the EU are now starting on the two-year negotiation process during which they will agree the terms on which Britain leaves the European Union and determine its future relationship with the continent. Read More »

Everything you need to know about the Brexit negotiations

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British Prime Minister Theresa May has repeatedly signaled an apparent willingness to leave Europe without any deal agreed, declaring that "no deal is better than a bad deal". Mr Davis - who earlier said he was hoping to negotiate a "deal like no other in history" - said the bonds between the United Kingdom and European Union would continue after Brexit. Read More »

USA student dies days after release from N.Korean prison

He spent a year and a half in N Korea, a lot of bad things happened but at least we got him to be with his parents. USA and South Korean presidents condemned the North for its actions and expressed their condolences to Warmbier's family. Republican Senator Rob Portman of the Cincinnati area said North Korea should be "universally condemned for its abhorrent behaviour". They said the student had been " unable to speak, unable to see and unable to react to verbal commands ". Read More »

Where things stand with Special Counsel Mueller's Russia probe

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He made similar comments in three other TV appearances last Sunday. "That tweet was in response to a Washington Post story that ran with five unnamed sources, without identifying the agencies they represented, saying that the special counsel had broadened out his investigation to include the president", said Jay Sekulow , a Trump legal adviser on CNN's " State of the Union ". Read More »

Cavs, GM Griffin part after 3 straight NBA Finals trips

Adrian Wojnarowski , editor of TheVertical.com, reported that Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert is considering Billups as the next President of basketball operations and assist in the hiring of a new general manager. We got instant reaction to this development from WKYC Channel 3's Jim Donovan and Dave "Dino" DeNatale on Facebook Live. The 47-year-old Griffin had been Cleveland's GM since May 2014. Read More »

Team Trump looks for nuance in the words 'under investigation'

Sekulow also opened a conflict between the President's political team and his legal one, hinting that the President's tweets should be discounted even though the White House said they are an authentic expression of his views. "I'm just curious, why doesn't the president embrace this investigation if he's innocent?" "I think that's a tough thing for a defense lawyer". Marco Rubio said Sunday that he does not expect Trump to seek to fire them. Read More »

Video footage helps identify London mosque attacker

Those who were injured had been helping a man who had collapsed. Once again terrorists seek to divide. May attempted to counter that feeling in her speech, declaring that police arrived at the scene within one minute, and that it was classified as a possible terror attack in eight minutes. Read More »

Tensions High in London After Van Attack on Muslims

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British security officials, speaking on condition of anonymity in line with official policy, said hate crimes directed at Muslims have increased almost five-fold in the wake of several attacks in Britain. Osborne was originally arrested on suspicion of attempted murder , but he is now also facing charges relating to the commission, preparation or instigation of terrorism. Read More »

PM Modi addresses SCO summit, says coordinated efforts needed to combat terror

Advisor to PM on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz, Minister for Commerce Khurram Dastgir and Minister of State for Petroleum Jam Kamal accompanied the prime minister during his visit. During the meeting, Prime Minister Modi also highlighted his concerns for Indo-China relationships and said that the two countries must boost their cooperation, strengthen communication and coordination in worldwide affairs. Read More »

Victims of Orlando nightclub shooting remembered

A year after the worst mass shooting in modern US history, residents in Florida were remembering the 49 patrons who were killed at a gay nightclub with three services at the Pulse club and a large evening gathering in the heart of downtown Orlando. Read More »

Colombian rebels believed to be holding 3 Dutch journalists

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Derk Johannes Bolt , 62, a television journalist, and Eugenio Ernest Marie, 58, a television cameraman, were seized while working in El Tarra in Norte de Santander, which borders Venezuela, according to a military statement. The spokesman said the case had received the highest importance, and would not comment on it further. "Therefore we can not for the moment say anything further about it". Read More »

Irish Taoiseach 'reassured' over Tory-DUP deal

He told gathered reporters that there was "a little thrill in it". But it was his admission that the famous Downing Street address reminded him of a Hugh Grant dance sequence from the film " Love Actually " that stole Tuesday's headlines. Read More »

United States student dies days after release from N.Korean prison

Korean Americans Tony Kim and Kim Hak Song who worked at the foreign-funded Pyongyang University of Science and Technology (PUST) were recently detained for hostile acts against the state, according to North Korea's state media. Speaking before his one-hour trial, a tearful Warmbier told reporters he was offered a used auto worth $10,000 if he could successfully steal the propaganda banner. Read More »

London tower blaze likely killed at least 58 people

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The queen was born in April but celebrates in June. Pressed again on whether she had failed to understand the anger felt by the public, she said: "This was a awful tragedy that took place". The top cop said: "The investigation is a police investigation". "Whilst it will look at the how, perhaps more importantly, it will also look at why this happened ", Cundy said. Read More »

Election shock won't halt Brexit but could make it softer

Ms May said she called the crucial general election in order to strengthen her hand in the Brexit negotiations but her party lost seats and failed to reach a majority. Does the verdict of the voters, and a record number of them were young voters, indicate a rethink of British position on Brexit? Ultimately, what we're looking at is a " hung Parliament ", which means that neither party has a clear majority. Read More »

The who, what and when of Brexit negotiations

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Back in May, Barnier explicitly compared the Brexit process to hiking as he described a conversation with British Prime Minister Theresa May . "The position we have agreed today is completely consistent with our long-term position". Britain's trying to play a weak hand in the talks. "The new Northern Irish executive needs to be set up in a few days' time, at the same time we have a new government and a new Taoiseach in Dublin and of course there are the ongoing political discussion in ... Read More »

Sekulow Can't Decide Whether Trump is Under Investigation

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As he did in exchanges with other news anchors, Sekulow bullishly emphasized to Wallace that Trump's tweet should only be interpreted as a response to the Post report and insisted that that no one has notified Trump or his team that the president is under investigation. Read More »

Trump lawyer spars with Fox News host

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Regarding the topic of recusal by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein , Mr. Sekulow went on to say that "This matter doesn't call for recusal at this point, " but he can't predict what the future may bring. Wallace joked that Sekulow seemed not to know whether the president was being probed or not. The contradictions really began Friday, when Trump tweeted , "I am being investigated for firing the FBI Director by the man who told me to fire the FBI Director!" Kilmeade said, "I don't ... Read More »