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Former Sweden global Zlatan Ibrahimovic opened the scoring on the half-hour mark with a lovely finish into the bottom-right corner, giving United a deserved lead. With a firm measure of control throughout, the Reds cruised to a first win on Wearside in four years - the ideal preparation for Thursday's crucial Europa League quarter-final tie against Belgian side Anderlecht.
  • Bob Dylan Accepts Nobel Prize At Private Ceremony

    Bob Dylan Accepts Nobel Prize At Private Ceremony

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    In order to receive the 8 million Swedish crown ($900,000) prize, Dylan needs to give a lecture within six months of December 10. Other academy members noted the Blowin' in the Wind hitmaker appeared extremely pleased at the relaxed ceremony upon receiving his award.
  • Retired Pakistan army officer goes missing in Nepal

    Retired Pakistan army officer goes missing in Nepal

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    Lt Col (retd) Muhammad Habib Zahir retired from service in October 2014 and had been working at Rafhan Mills in Faisalabad. The ex-officer, identified as Lt Col (Rtd) Mohammad Habib, has been untraceable since Thursday from Lumbini in Nepal soon after his arrival there.
  • Airline staff forcibly remove man from overbooked flight

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    Video posted on Facebook showed the shock on the faces of other passengers. It shows the guards grabbing then dragging the passenger down the aisle. The man is heard screaming in his seat as the officer pulls him off. "People on the plane were letting them have it", Bridges said. Airlines are legally allowed to remove passengers from flights for almost any reason - including to vacate a seat for someone else.
  • Boris Johnson cancels Russia visit after Syria airstrike

    Boris Johnson cancels Russia visit after Syria airstrike

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    There has been no Syrian retaliation so far for the cruise missile attack, which destroyed or rendered inoperable more than 20 Syria air force planes, he said. "The president thanked the Prime Minister for her support in the wake of last week's United States military action against the Assad regime". Asked whether political motivations played into the decision, White House spokesman Michael C.
  • Trump's top aides disclose complex financial ties

    Trump's top aides disclose complex financial ties

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    Ivanka did not release her own financial disclosure forms yet, but her husband, Jared Kushner, did so recently. The Trump administration released the financial disclosure forms of some White House staff members on Friday night and, according to the New York Times , the First Daughter and her husband "will remain the beneficiaries of a sprawling real estate and investment business still worth as much as $ 740 million , despite their new government responsibilities".
  • With Gorsuch, high court takes conservative tilt

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    At the Rose Garden ceremony, the president said he was proud and pleased to have chosen an outstanding jurist to replace to the late Justice Antonin Scalia. Then, he thanked his family for their "perseverance and patience" - and his mentor, Justice Anthony Kennedy -- and promised to be a "faithful servant of the Constitution and laws of this great nation".
  • Cent Punches Female Fan at Concert, Invites Her Onstage to Twerk

    Cent Punches Female Fan at Concert, Invites Her Onstage to Twerk

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    As reported , 50 Cent was performing with The LOX during their Filthy America.It's lovely tour when one overzealous fan got a little bit out of hand, nearly pulling the rapper off of the stage. This isn't the first time 50 has run into trouble during a performance; past year he was arrested by police for using profanity during his gig in St Kitts in the Caribbean.
  • Watch Alec Baldwin's Donald Trump Dupe Supporters on 'SNL'

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    Baldwin brought his Trump back to Saturday Night Live in a skit that skewered the President's loyal supporters who are sticking with him even as he proposes budget cuts that will do direct damage to their well-being. "Wow, what a difference that 59 Tomahawk missiles can make", he says. At a town hall meeting, he tried to elicit support for the recent USA missile strike against Syria while telling attendees his administration would cut many government services and benefits upon which they rely.