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City in turmoil: Mayor accused of racism, disbands police

TONASKET, Wash. (AP) - A tiny city in Washington state is in turmoil after a police officer came forward with allegations that the mayor wanted him to start...

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'It was not that bad': Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp plays down defeat to Manchester City 

Manchester City ended Liverpool's 20-game unblemished start to the season on January 3 to cut the gap between the two clubs to four points. There is some fear City will overhaul them.

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'It was not that bad': Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp plays down defeat to Manchester City 

Manchester City ended Liverpool's 20-game unblemished start to the season on January 3 to cut the gap between the two clubs to four points. There is some fear City will overhaul them.

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What time does Call the Midwife start on BBC One and who’s in the cast?

CALL the Midwife, the hugely popular BBC series is back for an eighth season. The latest installment of the drama – set in the East End in the early 1960s – starts this Sunday. Here’s all the important info. What time does Call the Midwife start? Call the Midwife returns for its eighth season...

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OLE GUNNAR SOLSKJAER will take a job at a Premier League rival if Manchester United cut him loose, according to Dimitar Berbatov. The ex-United forward, 37, believes the Norwegian deserves the job on a full-time basis after his impressive start at Old Trafford. Berbatov claims if the Red Devils...

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Video: Controversial Venezuelan president Maduro begins second term

Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro celebrated the start to a second term, but his world got smaller as countries seized upon the inauguration to cut back diplomatic ties, reject his legitimacy and label him a dictator.

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BRITAIN is just days away from the start of what could turn into a six-week Arctic freeze as warnings are issued to brace for imminent ‘widespread snow’.

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All you need for a healthy new year, without leaving home

A revamped fitness regime in a healthy space with the latest gadgets, equipment, wearables and clothing may just be what you need to kick-start your 2019.

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FA Cup 4th round TV games: What fixtures are live on BT Sport and BBC, what time do they start?

THE world’s oldest and greatest cup competition continues as the remaining 32 sides battle it out in the fourth round. Defending champions Chelsea have a home tie, whilst the game of the round is a showdown between Arsenal and Manchester United at the Emirates. Which games are live free on the...

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Footy star Billy Slater’s new career as a racehorse breeder off to flying start with $180,000 sale

Billy Slater, who recently retired from the NRL's Melbourne Storm, sold his Wandjina colt at the Gold Coast's premier Magic Millions Yearling Sale on Friday for $180,000.

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Who is Emmanuel Smith? The Voice contestant and singer from London

THE Voice UK is back with a new set of contestants hoping to kick start a career in the music industry. Here’s everything you need to know about Emmanuel Smith. Who is Emmanuel Smith? Emmanuel is a 29-year-old singer from London. He can often be found gigging around the capital. Emmanuel has a...

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When does Vera series 9 start on ITV, who’s in the cast with Brenda Blethyn and what’s the crime drama about?

VERA is returning to ITV with a brand new series this weekend. We have everything you need to know about who is starring in the show, plus find out when you can catch it… When will the new series of Vera be on TV? Vera series nine will premiere on ITV this Sunday (January 13) […]

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Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro threatened with sanctions

Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro celebrated the start to a second term as leader yesterday, but countries seized upon the inauguration to cut back diplomatic ties and label him a dictator.

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Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro threatened with sanctions

Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro celebrated the start to a second term as leader yesterday, but countries seized upon the inauguration to cut back diplomatic ties and label him a dictator.

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How to save £520 a year with the £10 a week money saving challenge

JANUARY is the perfect time to start a new routine, and in a really simple way you can save £520 in just a year. By saving a tenner a week for all 52 weeks of the year, you’d have the sizeable savings pot at this time next year – and you can do it by […]

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UK weather forecast – Brits bask in sunny start to weekend but strong winds and torrential rain hit Saturday

BRITS will enjoy a sunny start to the weekend – but don’t get too used to the pleasant weather. Friday will start bright with  temperatures, sneaking into double figures – higher than the January average of 6C. It will be cloudy and dry, with the best chance of sunny spells across central...

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Far better than Dimbleby! Viewers cheer at Fiona Bruce's QT debut... but please, SPEAK UP!

FIONA BRUCE made an assertive start to her stewardship as BBC Question Time host, winning plaudits from viewers. But some have complained she needs to speak louder.

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