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Iraqi forces had backed the last pockets of Islamic State militants against the banks of the Tigris River. Shortly after al-Abadi's speech, the coalition congratulated him on the victory but noted that parts of the Old City still "must be back-cleared of explosive devices and possible ISIS fighters in hiding".
  • Man City 'accept' Leicester's £25m bid for Iheanacho

    Man City 'accept' Leicester's £25m bid for Iheanacho

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    The report suggests that incorporating Iheanacho as part of the Walker transfer could well help Tottenham and City agree on a fee for the right-back. Leicester City's hopes of completing a deal for Kelechi Iheanacho could be scuppered by Tottenham. That said, the sheer number of games Spurs will play next season means rotation will be key, and if Iheanacho alternated between replacing any one of the three players who operate behind Kane, while also getting rests himself, it could work a ...
  • Kohli the key for new India coach

    Kohli the key for new India coach

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    The Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) comprising of Sachin Tendulkar , Sourav Ganguly and VVS Laxman are going to decide the candidate who will be shouldering the responsibility of taking Indian cricket forward. There were reports that Shastri will be front-runner, when he along with five other shortlisted applicants were to be interviewed by the CAC. Virat needs to understand how the coaches will also operate.
  • Airbnb slams incident where SA woman is pushed down stairs

    Airbnb slams incident where SA woman is pushed down stairs

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    Steve said the altercation began when when she and three colleagues, in town for an art exhibition, were an hour late checking out of the holiday rental. In an interview , Nkumbi claimed that the landlord was "verbally abusive", and claimed that she only awoke after being hospitalized with a concussion and contusions all over her body and face.
  • Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang: Chelsea lead race to sign £62m Borussia Dortmund star

    Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang: Chelsea lead race to sign £62m Borussia Dortmund star

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    Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was always expected to be one of the most sought out players this summer and it has been exactly that. Chelsea have that kind of money available as they matched the £75m bid United made for Lukaku. Smarting from the loss of Romelu Lukaku to Manchester United - and with Diego Costa still undecided on his future - the Champions of England are desperate to have a world-class forward in their side.
  • Everton hero Stubbs convinced Liverpool JEALOUS of Koeman buying spree

    Everton hero Stubbs convinced Liverpool JEALOUS of Koeman buying spree

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    Rooney completed his transfer back to boyhood club Everton last week after falling out of favour at Old Trafford, his home for the last 13 years, where the England worldwide won five Premier League titles. Injury and a dip in form saw his opportunities limited at Old Trafford over the past couple of seasons and he has spent time on the bench and been used more as an impact player later in matches.
  • More than 50000 alive due to organ transplants, NHS says

    More than 50000 alive due to organ transplants, NHS says

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    It means 36 percent of the British population is on the donor register, compared to 30 percent five years ago. There are now 127,303 people on the NHS Organ Register in Northumberland, compared to 99,959 five years ago. Campaigners say people could save or transform up to nine people's lives by donating organs when you die, and help even more by donating tissue. Gary Seymour, from Twyford, is one of 814 people in Leicestershire who is alive thanks to organ donation.
  • Chelsea sign Antonio Rüdiger in £32.3m deal

    Chelsea sign Antonio Rüdiger in £32.3m deal

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    The defender told the club's official website: " It's a great feeling because not every player has the opportunity to join a huge club like this ". He of course looks forward to the challenge of the Premier League , the honor of playing for a club like Chelsea , etc, etc.
  • Israel backs Hungary's anti-Soros campaign

    Israel backs Hungary's anti-Soros campaign

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    Above is a caption that reads " 99 percent reject illegal migration " - the main point of contention between the Hungarian government and Soros, who has criticized the country for refusing to accept a mass influx of asylum seekers. Netanyahu, who heads what is seen as the most right-wing government in his country's history, is also to visit Hungary on July 18, the first such trip by an Israeli premier since the European Union member's transition from communism in 1989.
  • Man United outbid Chelsea for Tiemoue Bakayoko

    Man United outbid Chelsea for Tiemoue Bakayoko

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    Arsenal are confident of keeping Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, despite interest from a number of clubs, even though the 23-year-old has 12 months remaining on his contract. MANCHESTER UNITED are being linked with a move for Tiemoue Bakayoko - but how would he fit in? But it seems Chelsea will have to make do with landing German defender Antonio Rudiger from Roma in a deal thought to be worth around £34m.
  • Fewer Insurers Applying for Obamacare Exchanges

    Fewer Insurers Applying for Obamacare Exchanges

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    The proposed changes to the health care law remove one of the disliked provisions of the Affordable Care Act, namely the "individual mandate". Kaiser Family Foundation officials have estimated the increases in premiums for plans matching the extent of coverage now available under silver plans for the year 2020.