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  • Undefeated flyweight contender Askar Askarov came close to scoring a spectacular knockout of Tim Elliott before eventually defeating him after three punishing rounds at UFC 246 in Las Vegas. Elliott, a former UFC title challenger, fought his usual awkward style throughout the bout. In the first round, it would be Askarov who landed the better and more effective punches. One such strike looked close to being a knockout blow, as... Read more »
  • With his trial in the Senate is about to kick-start, US President Donald Trump has once again rejected “each and every allegation” in the impeachment articles, accusing Democrats of trying to undo the outcome of the 2016 vote. In a strong-worded letter released by his legal team on Saturday, Trump argues that the whole impeachment saga “began the day he was inaugurated” and has been nothing more than “a highly... Read more »
  • At least 59 people have been arrested in Paris after scuffles broke out between Yellow Vests and police on Saturday. The protests have gained new momentum fueled by a nationwide strike against the pension reform. Thousands of anti-government protesters flooded the streets of the French capital, Paris, on Saturday, chanting slogans to berate the sweeping social security system reforms initiated by the pro-business government of French President Emmanuel Macron. The... Read more »
  • Moscow is to create the most extensive collection of WWII documents, open to all persons anywhere, to once and for all “shut the filthy mouth” of those seeking to rewrite history for short-term gains, the Russian president said. Any person, Russian or non-national, will be able to access the archive, including through a website resource, and the ultimate goal is to debunk any disinformation about the most devastating conflict in... Read more »
  • The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are to lose their HRH titles and public funding, as they opt for “a more independent life,” Buckingham Palace has said, adding they are no longer “working members of the Royal Family.” An arrangement agreed by the couple and the Royal family says Harry and Meghan will no longer be able to formally represent the Queen and will lose their HRH titles. They will... Read more »
  • As France marked its 45th consecutive day of strikes on Saturday, hundreds of artists from the Paris Opera performed a stunning outdoor concert in front of the Palais Garnier to voice their opposition to pension reform measures. Approximately 200 theater workers staged the dramatic demonstration in front of an enthusiastic crowd, with the impressive opera house acting as a fitting backdrop, on a bright afternoon in the French capital.  200... Read more »
  • Tennis star Roger Federer says that he couldn't have done much more to help communication between Australian Open officials and his fellow players as poor air quality due to the Australian bushfires blights the tournament. Bushfires which have been raging in Australia since September have to date claimed at least 28 lives, destroyed thousands of homes and left millions of acres of land as a barren wasteland in its wake.... Read more »
  • Lebanon’s capital Beirut has been plunged into chaos amid massive protests. Police struggled to contain the angry crowds with tear gas and water cannon, prompting President Michel Aoun to ask the military to intervene. Aoun has asked the national army to restore peace and order on the streets of Beirut, as the city saw fierce clashes between protesters and security forces. Aoun called on the military to “protect the safety... Read more »
  • Teen sensation Erling Braut Haaland wasted little time in introducing himself to German top-flight football, scoring a hat-trick within 23 minutes of coming on for his Bundesliga debut in Borussia Dortmund’s 5-3 win at Augsburg. Haaland, 19, joined the German side from Red Bull Salzburg earlier in January, opting for a move to Dortmund despite interest from the likes of Manchester United and Juventus. OFFICIAL: Borussia Dortmund sign Norwegian wonderkid... Read more »
  • "If you are just one day on, one day off with your emotions, they can cost you," Stefanos Tsitsipas said this week ahead of the Australian Open. The Greek star, 21, was speaking after making headlines at the ATP Cup earlier in January for his on-court outburst in which he physically injured his father while wildly slashing his racket in anger. The tantrum earned Tsitsipas a stern reprimand from his... Read more »
  • German farmers flooded streets of Berlin again to denounce the way government spends EU subsidies and its emission policies that satisfy neither them nor environmentalists, who are also taking part at the protests. More than 150 tractors rolled up to the iconic Brandenburg Gate in downtown Berlin on Saturday afternoon, paralyzing traffic in the adjacent areas. Anticipating this, the authorities have urged residents to use the public rapid transit system... Read more »
  • The scorched remains of a band of 10 indigenous musicians have been discovered in southern Mexico and investigators suspect that a vicious drug gang carried out the brutal slayings. The bodies of 10 members of the Sensación music group were found in the rural Mexcalcingo community, in the southern state of Guerrero.  © Google Maps The musicians, from the Nahaus indigenous group, the... Read more »
  • The artificial intelligence (AI) industry is growing steadily in China as Beijing aims to become the leader in the technology by 2030. China is leading the way in computer vision and language recognition, which is expected to boost the industry by more than $8 billion by 2022, according to a report by the Chinese Institute of Electronics. It projects that China’s AI industry will amount to $30 billion within two... Read more »
  • No man has won more UFC fights than Donald Cerrone but as he prepares to take on the biggest bout of his 14-year mixed martial arts career, we look at how the veteran American fighter can find success against Conor McGregor. If there has been a knock on Cerrone throughout the 50 fights he has taken part in during his professional career, it is that he often stumbles on the... Read more »
  • The flight recorders of the Ukrainian International Airlines jet, which was accidentally shot down by Iran’s air defenses, will be sent to Kiev, the head of the Iranian investigative team has told local media. Hassan Rezaeifar told Tasnim News Agency on Saturday that once the flight recorders are transported to Kiev, experts from the US, Canada and France will work to extract the data from them. If they fail, the... Read more »
  • Manchester United and Sporting Lisbon are locked in talks over the transfer of Portuguese goalscoring midfielder Bruno Fernandes. The Old Trafford giants are chasing the signing of Fernandes, who played what could be his last game in the Portuguese league on Friday night in a 2-0 home defeat to Sporting's rivals Benfica. The 25-year-old is understood to have agreed personal terms for a £120,000 per week deal ($156,000) at Old Trafford.... Read more »
  • Libya’s national oil company has declared a “state of emergency” after exports of its oil from the ports in the eastern part of the country were blocked by forces loyal to the Libyan National Army's General Khalifa Haftar. The Petroleum Facilities Guard – a militia that controls major export terminals in eastern Libya – has ordered local subsidiaries of the National Oil Corporation (NOC), who run them, to cease all operations,... Read more »
  • Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho has reignited an old feud with Italian manager Antonio Conte as he accuses the Inter Milan coach of publicly pursuing a transfer for his wantaway Danish star Christian Eriksen. The 27-year-old Eriksen is out of contract at the end of the season and all indications suggest that the playmaker will not be convinced to sign a new deal at the club, prompting several suitors among Europe's... Read more »
  • A car bomb attack targeting a group of Turkish contractors has reportedly left three people dead and injured at least 20 others in the town of Afgoye, 30 kilometers northwest of the Somali capital Mogadishu. A spokesperson for the Somali government confirmed that members of security forces were among those killed, adding that they were worried about further loss of life. "A speeding suicide car bomb rammed into a place... Read more »
  • A Ka-52 'Alligator' attack helicopter was filmed twirling around, gaining altitude tail-up, while flying just several meters above the ground during an aerobatics training course in Russia. The video, published by the Zvezda TV channel on Saturday, shows the chopper performing stunts above the snowy airstrip outside the city of Khabarovsk, in Russia's Far East. Flying on low altitude, the gunship practices spinning around while keeping its weapon systems locked... Read more »
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