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China accuses Britain of taking sides in Hong Kong protests

China’s ambassador to London on Monday accused the British government of taking sides in the Hong Kong protests by criticising the police and government.


'Prince Andrew interview will reign as a masterclass in PR disasters for some time' - industry reaction

PR professionals have been left gobsmacked by the tactics and execution of Prince Andrews' BBC interview about his relationship with convicted sex offender...


Israeli envoy says Azerbaijan reliable partner [PHOTO]

(MENAFN - AzerNews) Trend 's exclusive interview with outgoing Ambassador of Israel to Azerbaijan Dan Stav Prospects for energy cooperation Dan Stav said Israel...


Twitter exempts some 'cause-based' messages from political ad ban

Twitter exempts some 'cause-based' messages from political ad banWashington (AFP) Nov 15, 2019 Twitter said Friday its ban on political ads will exempt "caused-based" messages on topics related to social or environmental...


Jesus warns us against haste, self-centeredness, Pope preaches on World Day of the Poor (Vatican Press Office)

“The poor person who begs for my love leads me straight to God,” Pope Francis preached during the Mass for the World Day of the Poor (video, booklet). “The...


Emirates close to finalizing part of wide-body jet order with Airbus: sources

Dubai state-owned airline Emirates [EMIRA.UL] was close to a deal on Monday to finalize at least part of a provisional order for 70 wide-body aircraft from...


10 things in tech you need to know today

10 things in tech you need to know todayGood morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Monday. 1. *Apple banned all vaping apps from the App Store.* The firm banned all 181 vaping-related...


Greeks march to mark university uprising

Thousands of people in Athens have taken part in an annual march commemorating a 1973 student uprising. In 1973, Greek university students held a protest at the...


China says aircraft carrier on way to South China Sea after Taiwan passage

China's first domestically-built aircraft carrier is on its way to the South China Sea for tests and to take part in exercises, the Chinese navy said on Monday,...


NFL playoff picture after Week 11: Fluid outlook throughout AFC, NFC

There are only six weeks remaining in the NFL regular season, but there's plenty still to be decided before the postseason begins.


U.S. expected to grant Huawei 90-day license extension Monday: sources

The Trump administration is set to issue a 90-day extension of a license on Monday allowing U.S. companies to continue doing business with China's Huawei...


HP board unanimously rejects Xerox offer

HP’s board of directors has unanimously rejected a $22-a-share bid from rival Xerox, while leaving the door open to “a potential combination” of the two...


Los Angeles Rams scrape past Chicago Bears as both offenses stall

The Los Angeles Rams aided their bid to keep up in the NFC playoff race, as the defending conference champions beat the Chicago Bears.


Protesters try to leave Hong Kong campus but avoid arrest

HONG KONG (AP) — For days, Hong Kong’s protesters fortified a university campus to keep police from getting in. Now, cornered by authorities, they are trying...


NFL Today, Week 11

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'Hero bags': The 8-year-old who has helped nearly 3000 homeless war veterans

'Hero bags': The 8-year-old who has helped nearly 3000 homeless war veteransWhen Tyler Stallings was just 4 years old he couldn't believe many war veterans are homeless.The young US boy had always seen them as heroes and couldn't...


St Mark's Square reopens in Venice, but water remains high

Tourists and residents were allowed back into St Mark's Square in Venice on Saturday, a day after it was closed due to exceptionally high tidal waters that swept...


Obama warns Democrats not to veer to far left with Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders

Barack Obama warns Democrats that veering too far left would alienate many voters who would otherwise be open to the party's nominee next year.


Andrew Hastie, James Paterson banned from entering China

Federal Liberals Andrew Hastie and James Paterson have been blocked from entering China as part of a study tour.


Murray Cook goes from wiggling to soul moving

Much like Superman's Clark Kent popping on spectacles, ex-Wiggle Murray Cook has found little wardrobe tweaks can work wonders when avoiding attention.

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