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*Tonight's goals and highlights* / *Los resumenes y goles de esta noche*

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Granada 1⃣-4⃣ Barça 📹

Napoli 1⃣ - 1⃣ Juventus 📹

Valencia 3⃣ - 0⃣ Deportivo 📹

Nice 2⃣-1⃣ Bordeaux 📹

Bonus video: Arsenal gather together to protest Arsene Wenger after the Man …

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Four-day old baby rescued in the Mediterranean by humanitarian ship

A four day-old baby was one of over 480 migrants rescued by humanitarian ships on Saturday during search and rescue operations in the central Mediterranean Sea.

The baby was travelling on one of two rubber boats carrying over 200 migrants from North and Central Africa, Sri Lanka and Yemen and …

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🇬🇧 Britain threatens war against Spain over Gibraltar🖕

It is the clearest sign that Brexit-obsessed Britain has gone completely bananas🍌.

Gibraltar has been a sore point between Spain and Britain. Recently Spain threatened to veto Great Britain-EU trade deals over Britain's continued occupation of Gibraltar.

Now senior Conservatives have threatened that Theresa May would defend Gibraltar just as …

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Pakistan Sufi shrine: 20 murdered in Punjab

Twenty people have been murdered and others wounded at a Sufi shrine near the city of Sargodha, in Pakistan's Punjab province, police say.

Deputy police commissioner Liaquat Ali Chatta said the main suspect was the shrine's custodian, Abdul Waheed.

One survivor told police Mr Waheed had called followers into his …

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China Uighurs: Ban on long beards, veils in Xinjiang

The new legislation took effect on Saturday and lists a wide range of restrictions, including rejecting or refusing "radio, television or other public facilities and services", marrying using religious rather than legal procedures and "using the name of Halal to meddle in secular life of others".

The rules also ban …

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New South Africa finance minister Gigaba calls for radical reform

South Africa needs to "radically transform" its economy, the country's new finance minister has said.

The treasury has been seen for too long as belonging to "big business, powerful interests and international investors," Malusi Gigaba said.

But many in the ruling party believe the process has been "too slow and …

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Bob Dylan finally accepts Nobel Prize, months after ceremony

Bob Dylan has accepted his Nobel Prize for literature, more than three months after the awards ceremony, Swedish media report.

Swedish Academy officials previously said Dylan would not deliver his Nobel lecture, a traditional condition of receiving the 8m kroner ($900,000, £727,000) prize money, at the event.

He …

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Venezuela's top court drops bid to assume Congress role

Venezuela's Supreme Court has abandoned measures to take over the opposition-led Congress' mandate after the controversial move was branded a "coup" by critics and raised pressure on President Nicolas Maduro.

The country's top court, which has consistently sided with Maduro's administration, on Saturday also rolled back its decision to lift …

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Meningitis cases soar in Nigeria

An outbreak of meningitis epidemic has killed 324 people, mostly children, across several states in Nigeria since mid-December, according to the country's ministry of health.

More than 2,500 people were infected with cerebrospinal meningitis in 16 of 36 states across Africa's most populous nation of about 180 million people …

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Resign Now, Nigerian Lawmaker Tells Buhari

A member of the Nigerian House of Representatives, Abdulmumini Jibrin, has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to resign from office on health grounds.

"The president I see on camera needs full home care not office, moderately quiet life, enough rest and quality time with his family.

Jibrin, who posted 30 …

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🇬🇧 UK: Teenage asylum seeker brutally attacked in London

A 17-year-old boy is in serious but stable condition after being brutally attacked by a gang in the British capital for being an asylum seeker.

The Kurdish-Iranian refugee was waiting at a bus stop with two friends in Croydon, south London, on Friday, when he was approached by about eight …

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Missing S Korean ship believed sunk off Uruguay

A large cargo ship with 24 crew on board is believed to have sunk in the Atlantic Ocean, according to the Uruguayan navy.

The Stella Daisy, which was being used by a South Korean company, had issued an emergency call on Friday shortly before noon local time (14:00 GMT …

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