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📺 ⚽ 28/05/2017 ⚽ 📺

Tonight's goals and highlights

Troyes enters Ligue1, Lorient relegated.
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🇮🇹 Serie A:

⚽ Roma 3⃣-2⃣ Genoa 📹 https://goo.gl/GpLs7C

⚽ Sampdoria 2⃣-4⃣ Napoli 📹 https://goo.gl/0NzGyh

⚽ Cagliari 2⃣-1⃣ Milan 📹 https://goo.gl/yXIjka

⚽ Inter 5⃣-2⃣ Udinese 📹 https://goo.gl/9eA1rC

⚽ Torino …

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USA not a reliable ally says Angela Merkel

Europe "must take its fate into its own hands" faced with a western alliance divided by Brexit and Donald Trump's presidency, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Sunday.

Merkel just spent time with both US President Donald Trump and UK PM Theresa May at the G7 and NATO summits.

"The times …

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Lawyer Mohammed al-Roken awarded human rights prize

A prominent UAE lawyer sentenced to 10 years in 2013 for plotting against the government was on Saturday awarded a major human rights award.

Mohammed al-Roken was among 69 people jailed on charges of conspiring to overthrow the government of the United Arab Emirates following a mass trial criticised by …

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Mosul: Iraqi forces press ahead in Old City push

The Iraqi army says it hopes to capture the last ISIL enclaves outside Mosul's Old City in the next 72 hours, as fighting continued on the second day of a new push to drive the armed group from its remaining pockets in its stronghold in Iraq.

Security forces and their …

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South Africa: Jacob Zuma 'plans second home in Dubai'

South Africa's embattled president Jacob Zuma has been planning to set up home in Dubai, according to emails published in the local media.

Senior members of Mr Zuma's governing ANC this weekend tabled a motion of no confidence against him - which has been put to a closed-door meeting of the …

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North Korea's Kim Jong Un guides test of new anti-aircraft:plane: weapon

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has supervised the test of a new anti-aircraft:plane: weapon system and ordered its mass production and deployment throughout the country, the state news agency reported📝 on Sunday, after weeks of defiant ballistic missile tests.

The North's KCNA news agency did not report the …

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Anger😠 in France at vandalism of De Gaulle’s tomb

French politicians are reacting with anger😠 and dismay after the tomb of France’s wartime hero and former President Gen. Charles de Gaulle was vandalized.

Police👮 are hunting for 2⃣ people, 1⃣ of whom was filmed📹 knocking a cross off the top of the tomb in Colombey-les-Deux-Eglises, the village in …

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President Trump caught napping at G-7 Summit

United States President Donald Trump has been caught sleeping while their Italian host, Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni, was speaking during the G-7 Summit held in Italy this weekend.

In the clip, the camera pans across a board of world leaders all listening intently with their headphones to translations of Gentiloni's …

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Sri Lanka floods, landslides: Death toll rises to 122

Floods and landslides in Sri Lanka's southern and western regions have killed at least 122 people and damaged more than 1,700 homes, officials said on Saturday.

Ninety-seven people were also reported missing, at least 40 others have been hospitalised, and over 400,000 people have been displaced after unusually …

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US Secretary of State declines to host Ramadan reception

In an apparent break with a nearly two-decades long bipartisan tradition, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has declined to host an event commemorating the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, according to two administration officials familiar with the decision.

The officials said Tillerson rejected a request by the State Department's Office …

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Trump team brush off Kushner 'secret Russia line' questions

Senior US advisers have refused to answer questions about Donald Trump's son-in-law, following reports that Jared Kushner tried to set up a secret communication line with Moscow.

Lt Gen McMaster refused to comment on the specific reports against Mr Kushner, but said that he would not be concerned if a …

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Yemen rivals urged to free wrongfully held detainees

Human Rights Watch has urged all warring sides in Yemen, the Houthi-Saleh fighters, the government troops and forces backed by the United Arab Emirates (UAE), to seize the advent of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan to remedy the wrongful treatment of detainees and to free those who were arbitrarily …

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