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Today’s News

Czech premier tells Britain to stop 'hateful attacks' on its citizens

“The Czech government finds it unacceptable to see Czechs attacked because of their origin and being treated as second-class citizens.”

Tears and tributes by world leaders for Shimon Peres - a "giant of the 20th century"

There has been criticism of his legacy by Arab nations.

From The42 Worcester give captain Van Velze extended break from rugby after latest concussion Using The Head

Worcester give captain Van Velze extended break from rugby after latest concussion

‘The long-term welfare of the player is of utmost importance.’

From The42 Move over, Coldplay - the Super Bowl is going Gaga Edge Of Glory

Move over, Coldplay - the Super Bowl is going Gaga

Lady Gaga gets the nod for Super Bowl LI half-time show.

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From The42 Green lights up Cincinnati in Bengals win over Miami Aj This post contains videos

Green lights up Cincinnati in Bengals win over Miami

The receiver ran in a touchdown and accounted for 173 yards in the win over the Dolphins.

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Yesterday’s News

From The42 Southampton assistant boss the latest victim of newspaper sting Stung

Southampton assistant boss the latest victim of newspaper sting

The club have issued a statement regarding the accusations facing Eric Black.

German woman kidnapped in Syria while pregnant has been released with her baby

The pair were released yesterday and had safely crossed the border into Turkey, a ministry spokeswoman said.

From The42 Ibrahimovic on target as Man United claim dour victory over Zorya Luhansk Drab

Ibrahimovic on target as Man United claim dour victory over Zorya Luhansk

The Swedish striker scored the only goal of the game.

Trump wanted to fire staff who weren't "pretty enough", say former employees

Staff at the Trump National Golf Club in California said that Trump repeatedly asked one employee if she was still “happily married”.

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At least one dead, over 100 injured as train crashes into station in New Jersey

The train failed to stop as it sped into the station, went up over bumper blocks at the end of the track and rammed into a wall.

From The42 Franck Ribery loses appeal after book 'scum' slur Appeal

Franck Ribery loses appeal after book 'scum' slur

In his book, journalist Daniel Riolo looked at the strained relationship between the French public and their national team.

Lion shot dead after two escape from enclosure in German zoo

The zoo’s director said that there was no choice but to kill the animal.

From The42 Magic Damian McKenzie in line for All Black debut in Argentina Depth Chart This post contains videos

Magic Damian McKenzie in line for All Black debut in Argentina

The Chiefs back is among the replacements for Saturday night’s clash in Buenos Aires.

From Business ETC Oil prices have surged after a shock deal to cut output Resource And Energy

Oil prices have surged after a shock deal to cut output

The low value of the commodity has pushed energy prices down worldwide.

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Teenage suspect in playground shooting 'shot his father dead' South Carolina This post contains videos

Teenage suspect in playground shooting 'shot his father dead'

Three people were injured at the school.

Wednesday 28 September, 2016

From The42 Messi-less Barca produce comeback to avoid shock defeat as Atletico beat Bayern Round-Up

Messi-less Barca produce comeback to avoid shock defeat as Atletico beat Bayern

Here’s what happened in tonight’s Champions League ties.

From The42 Walcott on the double as rampant Arsenal down Basel Report

Walcott on the double as rampant Arsenal down Basel

It was all too easy for the Gunners tonight.

From The42 Darren Clarke hits out at Danny Willett's brother for insulting American golf fans Brotherly Shove

Darren Clarke hits out at Danny Willett's brother for insulting American golf fans

Pete Willett has published some controversial comments.

Fears for South African penguin 'freed' from aquarium

The students who let the penguin out thought they were doing the animal a favour.

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Teenagers arrested over alleged gang-rape of a boy in a Greek migrant camp

The 16 and 17-year-old minors are appearing before a prosecutor today.

Protests after police fatally shoot man who was "not acting like himself"

Protesters quickly gathered at the scene and accused police of gunning the man down without warning.

From The42 Jurgen Klinsmann makes it pretty clear that he's not interested in England job Jur Next

Jurgen Klinsmann makes it pretty clear that he's not interested in England job

“No truth to the rumours,” insists US coach.

SpaceX's Elon Musk plans to take passengers to Mars for $100,000 per seat

The tech entrepreneur hopes to have the first manned mission launched within eight years.

Live streaming of child sexual abuse on the rise

Cyber crime investigators have also noticed a rise in so-called “revenge porn”.

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From The42 'Entrapment has won on this occasion' - Big Sam admits 'error of judgment' after England sacking Out The Door

'Entrapment has won on this occasion' - Big Sam admits 'error of judgment' after England sacking

The former Bolton and Sunderland boss hasn’t ruled out a return to football in the near future, however.

From The42 New Zealand rugby rocked by off-the-field scandals Controversy

New Zealand rugby rocked by off-the-field scandals

The knives are out for NZR chief Steve Tew.

Turkey has arrested 32,000 people - and it's just the start

Around one in every 1,000 people in Turkey has been investigated in connection with the July coup.

From Business ETC SpaceX's Elon Musk plans to take passengers to Mars for $100,000 per seat Transport

SpaceX's Elon Musk plans to take passengers to Mars for $100,000 per seat

The tech entrepreneur hopes to have the first manned mission launched within eight years.

From The42 Eight Premier League managers accused of taking transfer bungs in latest Telegraph investigation Corruption

Eight Premier League managers accused of taking transfer bungs in latest Telegraph investigation

A number of agents were filmed boasting about how much they had paid the current or former English top flight bosses.

Michael D. Higgins speaks of "great sadness" at death of Israeli colossus Shimon Peres RIP

Michael D. Higgins speaks of "great sadness" at death of Israeli colossus Shimon Peres

The former President and Prime Minister won the Nobel Peace prize in 1994.

Tuesday 27 September, 2016

Sexism row heats up in Angela Merkel's party after politician says she was called a "big sweet mouse"

The woman has received support from party members but others have questioned her motives.

From The42 Leicester are making this Champions League stuff seem easy after getting the better of Porto Outfoxed

Leicester are making this Champions League stuff seem easy after getting the better of Porto

Two wins from two for the Premier League champions in Europe.

Political activists have killed dogs, mounted them on a pole and paraded them in southern India

The protesters carried the pole with the dogs hanging by their legs through the streets of a town in Kerala state.

"She gained a massive amount of weight": Trump doubles down on beauty queen attack

Hillary Clinton hammered Trump over his humiliation of Alicia Machado – but the Republican’s not backing down.

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From The42 It looks like Klitschko v Joshua is nearly a done deal Fight Night

It looks like Klitschko v Joshua is nearly a done deal

Mark 26 November in Manchester into your calendar, just in case.

Colombian rebel group "reborn" and apologises after decades of violence

Farc signed the peace accord with the country’s government.

Boris meets Turkish leader he wrote offensive 'goat sex' poem about

He’s also a big fan of his Turkish washing machine.

UN agency says 681 people died in Ireland from air pollution in one year

The UK had 16,355 deaths from air pollution in the same year, according to a WHO report released today.

Germany has stopped Facebook from harvesting WhatsApp subscriber data

Hamburg’s Commissioner for Data Protection added that Facebook would be required to delete data already received from WhatsApp in Germany.

Bizarre ad that shows girl turning into eel and being cooked is pulled after complaints

Officials said they only wanted to draw attention to their city’s reputation as an eel farming hub.

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