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Image : Mesut Özil sparks Arsenal win over West Ham to boost Arsène Wenger's cause

Mesut Özil sparks Arsenal win over West Ham to boost Arsène Wenger's cause

person Orange Themes access_time Apr 05,2017

Arsenal vs West Ham, West Ham Mesut Özil sparks Arsenal win over West Ham to boost Arsène Wenger's cause This was the result that everybody at Arsenal had craved, not least Arsène Wenger and, in these fragile times, it was one that the club's

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Football: Manchester United agree Memphis Depay deal with Lyon - report

person Orange Themes access_time Jan 19,2017

Football: Manchester United agree Memphis Depay deal with Lyon - report LONDON (Reuters) - Manchester United have agreed a deal to sell Dutch winger Memphis Depay to French club Olympique Lyon, the BBC reported on Wednesday. The fee for the

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Trade deficit returns to haunt Vietnam

person Orange Themes access_time Feb 24,2017

Vietnamnet - Vietnam had faced a trade deficit of US$1.21 billion in the year to mid-February, which resulted from shipments of some key export earners dipping, according to data of the General Department of Customs.

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The next O'Reilly: Why young conservatives may not want a Papa Bear

access_timeApr 20,2017 chat_bubble_outline14

Yahoo News Papa Bear is gone from the airwaves. “Papa Bear” is Bill O’Reilly, of course – the 8:00 p.m. star who helped make Fox News the right-leaning network of choice. Comedian Stephen Colbert gave Mr. O’Reilly the nickname while shaping his...

Why North Korea may be a threat to itself

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Yahoo News As the Trump administration continues to rattle a saber at North Korea, it should take note of a new survey by two economists at South Korea’s central bank. In interviews with hundreds of recent North Korean refugees, they found the...

Instead of a wall, an open door: Why Ethiopia welcomes an enemy's refugees

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Yahoo News When Yordanos and her two young children slipped safely across the Mereb riverbed between Eritrea and Ethiopia late one recent night, they thought the worst of their journey into exile was over. Yordanos and her children began to yell...

Why Trump's palace intrigue matters

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Yahoo News The breathless coverage of a Trump White House reportedly gripped by palace intrigue is enough to keep a reader’s head spinning. Chief strategist Steve Bannon is about to be fired. Stephen Miller, once a Bannon acolyte, is now aligned...

Why is the Chinese government encouraging its citizens to report foreign spies?

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Yahoo News If you happen to be an expat living in Beijing, you’d better watch out. After previous campaigns reminding the public to be aware of foreign espionage around them, the Beijing Municipal National Security Bureau now offers cash rewards to...

US-Russia diplomacy: Why one airstrike does not leverage make

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Yahoo News Secretary of State Rex Tillerson arrives in Moscow Tuesday with an unexpected card in his hand – after the US airstrike in Syria last week signaled President Trump’s willingness to use military force to address egregious and deadly...

Why Trump is right: China isn't playing by trade rules

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Yahoo News One of the greatest risks in President Trump’s policy agenda is that he’ll start a trade war, tanking the global economy as he lashes out against allegedly unfair practices of other nations including China. A “global recession” will...

Did John Mayer Just Offer to Take Camila Cabello's Spot in Fifth Harmony? Why ...

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Did John Mayer Just Offer to Take Camila Cabello's Spot in Fifth Harmony? Why ... The singer-songwriter shared an admittedly bizarre message via Instagram Live last night, using music theory to explain why hearing fifth harmonies is much more...

Why some senators aren't worried about 'going nuclear' over Gorsuch

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Yahoo News The rule change would allow all future Supreme Court nominees to be confirmed with just a majority vote. To some, this portends a nuclear winter for governing: further empowerment of the presidency, politicization of the High Court, a...

Why 'Walking Dead's' Ratings Are Still Worth Their Weight in Gold

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Walking Dead, Walking Dead Season 7, The Walking Dead Season 7, The Walking Dead season 7 episode 16 Why 'Walking Dead's' Ratings Are Still Worth Their Weight in Gold “The Walking Dead” Season 7 concluded on Sunday with the battle we've all been...

Why this rocket scientist is running for Congress

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Yahoo News It may not take a rocket scientist to run for office, but Tracy Van Houten wants to prove there’s room for one in Congress. Van Houten is one of 24 mostly Democratic candidates vying Tuesday in the primary for the seat vacated by new...

Why 'floody idiots' could cost lives

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Gold Coast Why 'floody idiots' could cost lives Footage and photos of 'floody idiots' being towed behind cars and holding onto ropes attached to bridges have emerged on social media today. The Gold Coast Bulletin has obtained photos and video...

Why California prosecutors charged anti-abortion activists who secretly filmed Planned Parenthood

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Yahoo News Two anti-abortion activists who secretly filmed conversations with Planned Parenthood staff now face felony charges. On Tuesday, California prosecutors charged David Daleiden of Davis, Calif., and Sandra Merritt of San Jose, Calif., with...

US-Turkey deal on ISIS assault? Why that's a tough sell for Tillerson.

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Yahoo News On paper, the United States and Turkey are on the same side in the fight against the Islamic State jihadists. Frustration is mounting on both sides, with the US and Turkey backing competing Syrian proxies as the primary attacking force...

Why Trump rollback of Obama climate policies could be a long slog

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Yahoo News With a flourish of his pen Tuesday, President Trump promised a full-scale assault on the Obama administration’s signature climate-change initiative. Mr. Trump's executive order starts the process of scrapping Mr. Obama’s Clean Power...

Why the 'Fearless Girl' statue will stay put on Wall Street

access_timeMar 28,2017 chat_bubble_outline13

Yahoo News The 50-inch bronze "Fearless Girl" statue, which currently stands in front of Wall Street's famed "Charging Bull" sculpture, will be allowed to stay – at least until February 2018. The statue was installed on the eve of International...

Why is someone trying to shutter one of Russia's top private universities?

access_timeMar 28,2017 chat_bubble_outline16

Yahoo News Generally, prestigious private universities with hundreds of students don't get shut down over fairly minor, six-month-old technical issues that have since been resolved. What appears to be on full display is a hallmark of the Vladimir...

Why Russian protests are making the Kremlin rethink 2018 presidential elections

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Yahoo News By staging significant protest actions in almost 100 Russian cities Sunday, Alexei Navalny has laid down a serious challenge to Vladimir Putin. The Kremlin has the means to prevent him, by invoking a criminal conviction, recently upheld...

Why is Colorado risking hundreds of millions to protect its marijuana industry?

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Yahoo News Colorado's state legislature is considering an unusual plan to defend the state's marijuana industry from a federal crackdown under the Trump administration. The bill would allow growers and sellers to reclassify their recreational...

Rep. Nunes' charge of Trump team surveillance – why it's key

access_timeMar 25,2017 chat_bubble_outline19

Yahoo News A number of former top National Security Agency (NSA) officials were standing around Friday, chatting prior to an academic conference in Washington. Talk turned to the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Rep. Devin Nunes (R) of...

Why has Jackson, Miss., been labeled 'the fattest city' in the US?

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Yahoo News According to personal finance website WalletHub, Jackson, Miss., is the fattest city in America. WalletHub released its ranking of the 2017 Fattest Cities in America list on Wednesday. The list was based on analysis of the 100 most...

What we know about Trump team Russia links – and why that matters

access_timeMar 22,2017 chat_bubble_outline14

Yahoo News Paul Manafort was Donald Trump’s campaign manager for months in 2016. Mr. Manafort “played a very limited role for a very limited amount of time,” White House press secretary Sean Spicer said Monday at his daily briefing. Ditto longtime...

Why the airline 'electronics ban' may not be discrimination

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Yahoo News While policy's timing and targeted locations have raised eyebrows, the scholars who study terrorism aren't quite ready to equate the new policy – which bans any electronics larger than a cellphone from being carried on flights departing...

Why were Confederate battle flags flown during March Madness?

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Yahoo News It has nothing to do with basketball, but an incident during NCAA March Madness games served as a reminder that the south still struggles with the complicated symbol that embodies the scars of the Civil War and modern racial tensions. ...

Why Norway is the happiest nation on Earth

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Yahoo News Move over, Disneyland: Norway has taken the crown for the happiest place on Earth, according to the United Nations. On Monday, World Happiness Day, the UN released its 2017 World Happiness Report, which ranks 155 countries based on the...

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