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Architect ordered to demolish award-winning £4.65m home

Amin Taha was granted permission in 2013 to transform the 1950s building in east London's trendy Clerkenwell into a plush six-storey office and apartment block.

Uganda: 68 Countries Ugandans Can Visit With No Visas

[Monitor] Kampala -Ugandans intending to travel abroad have at least 68 countries, 15 of them in Africa, they can travel to without a visa.
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Uganda: 68 Countries Ugandans Can Visit With No Visas

[Monitor] Kampala -Ugandans intending to travel abroad have at least 68 countries, 15 of them in Africa, they can travel to without a visa.

Protests turn violent as Yellow Vests clash with police (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

Saturday's Yellow Vest rally in Paris began relatively calm with a demonstration on Champs Elysees, but later the crowd engaged in scuffles with police. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Protests turn violent as Yellow Vests clash with police (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

Saturday's Yellow Vest rally in Paris began relatively calm with a demonstration on Champs Elysees, but later the crowd engaged in scuffles with police. Read Full Article at RT.com

‘No evidence provided by Austria to show Russian biathletes guilty of doping’ – ambassador

Russia’s ambassador to Austria has said that no proof has been provided to show Russian biathletes are guilty of doping offences, after Austrian police made an unannounced visit to the team’s camp in Hochfilzen. Read Full Article at RT.com
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‘No evidence provided by Austria to show Russian biathletes guilty of doping’ – ambassador

Russia’s ambassador to Austria has said that no proof has been provided to show Russian biathletes are guilty of doping offences, after Austrian police made an unannounced visit to the team’s camp in Hochfilzen. Read Full Article at RT.com

Steph Curry hilariously trolled by Sacramento Kings over moon landing comments (VIDEO)

Golden State Warriors superstar Steph Curry's recent comments about the moon landings have created headlines in and around the NBA, and on Friday night the Sacramento Kings used them to troll him before their game. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Steph Curry hilariously trolled by Sacramento Kings over moon landing comments (VIDEO)

Golden State Warriors superstar Steph Curry's recent comments about the moon landings have created headlines in and around the NBA, and on Friday night the Sacramento Kings used them to troll him before their game. Read Full Article at RT.com

Abramovich ‘requesting reports’ on Chelsea progress with finding fans behind anti-Semitic chants

Chelsea football club's billionaire Russian owner Roman Abramovich has requested personal updates on the club’s efforts to stamp out racism following anti-Semitic chants by fans on Thursday, according to reports. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Abramovich ‘requesting reports’ on Chelsea progress with finding fans behind anti-Semitic chants

Chelsea football club's billionaire Russian owner Roman Abramovich has requested personal updates on the club’s efforts to stamp out racism following anti-Semitic chants by fans on Thursday, according to reports. Read Full Article at RT.com

‘Unfair on players & fans’: Modric takes swipe at Messi & Ronaldo over Ballon d’Or no-shows

Ballon d’Or winner Luka Modric has taken a pop at former serial winners Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo over their decision to snub this year’s ceremony. Read Full Article at RT.com
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‘Unfair on players & fans’: Modric takes swipe at Messi & Ronaldo over Ballon d’Or no-shows

Ballon d’Or winner Luka Modric has taken a pop at former serial winners Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo over their decision to snub this year’s ceremony. Read Full Article at RT.com

'I will not be spying!' England legend Stuart 'Psycho' Pearce heading to North Korea

England legend Stuart Pearce is set to visit North Korea on holiday next year in a bid to «educate himself» on the issues with neighboring South Korea. Read Full Article at RT.com
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'I will not be spying!' England legend Stuart 'Psycho' Pearce heading to North Korea

England legend Stuart Pearce is set to visit North Korea on holiday next year in a bid to «educate himself» on the issues with neighboring South Korea. Read Full Article at RT.com

Russia may participate in construction of Trans-African railway

Moscow is ready to take part in the ambitious project of constructing a cross-continental railway line which will connect East and West Africa. That’s according to the Russia-Sudan intergovernmental commission. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Russia may participate in construction of Trans-African railway

Moscow is ready to take part in the ambitious project of constructing a cross-continental railway line which will connect East and West Africa. That’s according to the Russia-Sudan intergovernmental commission. Read Full Article at RT.com

Half of all mortgages are stretching new owners to the limit, warns Bank of England

New figures from the Bank of England reveal unprecedented numbers of borrowers are taking on what critics fear are dangerously high levels of debt in a rush for ultra-cheap loans.
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Half of all mortgages are stretching new owners to the limit, warns Bank of England

New figures from the Bank of England reveal unprecedented numbers of borrowers are taking on what critics fear are dangerously high levels of debt in a rush for ultra-cheap loans.

VIRLAN has been chosen as the best SEO solution by brands

The brands which are successful in the SEO field, have selected VIRLAN Reportage & Sponsored Content Campaigns as the most effective solution to gain Google's first rank.
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VIRLAN has been chosen as the best SEO solution by brands

The brands which are successful in the SEO field, have selected VIRLAN Reportage & Sponsored Content Campaigns as the most effective solution to gain Google's first rank.

British zoo evacuated after fire breaks out at large indoor exhibit

«Visitors have been evacuated and asked to leave the zoo as teams work to bring the situation under control,» the zoo said on Twitter. «The zoo's animal teams are working to move all animals away from the incident.» Chester Zoo is hom
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British zoo evacuated after fire breaks out at large indoor exhibit

«Visitors have been evacuated and asked to leave the zoo as teams work to bring the situation under control,» the zoo said on Twitter. «The zoo's animal teams are working to move all animals away from the incident.» Chester Zoo is home to 21,000 animals across 125 acres, attracting 1.9 million visitors a year, its website said. The £40 million (€44.53 million) sub-tropical Monsoon Forest section is home to animals including Sumatran orangutans, macaques, snakes and crocodiles. Last December, a large blaze at London Zoo killed an aardvark and four meerkats, and damaged a shop and cafe.

Charter launched to promote migrant integration

Measures to help promote migrant integration were launched in a new charter on Friday.  They include measures for migrants to have easier access to the services provided by the Integration Unit and aim to facilitate migrant access to Maltese and English lang
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Charter launched to promote migrant integration

Measures to help promote migrant integration were launched in a new charter on Friday.  They include measures for migrants to have easier access to the services provided by the Integration Unit and aim to facilitate migrant access to Maltese and English language learning, as well as cultural orientation. The Local Integration Charter comes one year after Equality Minister Helena Dalli launched a national integration strategy. Speaking during the government’s annual integration conference, Dr Dalli said the charter followed up on the action plan which was being led by the newly set up Human Rights and Integration Directorate. Dr Dalli told the conference that a “healthy” number of applications had already been received by the Integration Directorate for introductory integration programmes. Read: Teachers schooling migrants to help them integrate not given the right training These specialised courses were designed by the Malta College for Arts, Science and Technology and the University of Malta to help ease migrants’ integration into Maltese society. Dr Dalli also lauded the Integration Directorate’s efforts to improve its integration services, highlighting the recruitment of a...

Intrigues of flight booking wars as passengers stranded at Wilson Airport

Behind confusion lies a brewing cold war growing since a number of cargo carriers converted into passenger carriers.
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Intrigues of flight booking wars as passengers stranded at Wilson Airport

Behind confusion lies a brewing cold war growing since a number of cargo carriers converted into passenger carriers.

Some B.C. fish farms to close or move in bid to help wild salmon recover

All 17 fish farms in British Columbia's Broughton Archipelago will either be closed or moved in an effort to create a migration path for wild salmon.
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Some B.C. fish farms to close or move in bid to help wild salmon recover

All 17 fish farms in British Columbia's Broughton Archipelago will either be closed or moved in an effort to create a migration path for wild salmon.

Murder victim's family speaks out against transfers to minimum-security prisons

After CTV News reported that 27.5 per cent of all convicted murderers in Canada are serving their time in minimum-security prisons, more family members of murder victims are speaking out against the practice of placing violent offenders in these open-concept
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Murder victim's family speaks out against transfers to minimum-security prisons

After CTV News reported that 27.5 per cent of all convicted murderers in Canada are serving their time in minimum-security prisons, more family members of murder victims are speaking out against the practice of placing violent offenders in these open-concept, communal-style institutions.

At a Glance - Plenary round-up – Strasbourg, December 2018 - 14-12-2018

The December plenary session was marked by the terrorist attack that took place in Strasbourg on 11 December. Members had that very day debated the report of Parliament's Special Committee on Terrorism, concluding its year's work. The December plenary sessio
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At a Glance - Plenary round-up – Strasbourg, December 2018 - 14-12-2018

The December plenary session was marked by the terrorist attack that took place in Strasbourg on 11 December. Members had that very day debated the report of Parliament's Special Committee on Terrorism, concluding its year's work. The December plenary session also featured debates on the preparations for the same week's European Council and Euro Summit meetings, as well as on the future of Europe, with Nicos Anastasiades, President of Cyprus. Parliament awarded the 2018 Sakharov Prize for freedom of thought to the imprisoned Ukrainian filmmaker, Oleg Sentsov, and adopted a report on the implementation of the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement. Parliament adopted the EU's 2019 budget, and held debates and voted on proposals on a digital services tax; risk assessment in the food chain; risks related to exposure to carcinogens or mutagens at work; revision of the statutes of three EU agencies; as well as an own initiative legislative report on expedited settlement of commercial disputes. Finally, Parliament adopted positions on seven of the three dozen proposed funding programmes for the 2021-2027 period, enabling negotiations with the Council to be launched. Source : © European Union, 2018 - EP

At a Glance - United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA): Potential impact on EU companies - 14-12-2018

The USMCA is a new trade agreement due to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). The United States, Mexico and Canada signed the agreement on 30 November 2018. While the text of the agreement may still change, if approved, certain USMCA prov
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At a Glance - United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA): Potential impact on EU companies - 14-12-2018

The USMCA is a new trade agreement due to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). The United States, Mexico and Canada signed the agreement on 30 November 2018. While the text of the agreement may still change, if approved, certain USMCA provisions on rules of origin, geographical indications and voluntary export restraints could have implications for EU companies trading with or present in North America, in particular carmakers, food and drink exporters, and dairy producers. The USMCA could also set precedents for future US trade policy, in departing from key principles in international trade and origin determination. Source : © European Union, 2018 - EP

Village event

The Band Commission within Our Lady of the Lily Band Club of Mqabba, in collaboration with Aġenzija Żgħażagħ, will be holding the annual Christmas concert with the participation of Our Lady of the Lily Band, under the direction of Andrew Calleja, tomorro
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Village event

The Band Commission within Our Lady of the Lily Band Club of Mqabba, in collaboration with Aġenzija Żgħażagħ, will be holding the annual Christmas concert with the participation of Our Lady of the Lily Band, under the direction of Andrew Calleja, tomorrow at 7pm. The concert will be held at the club’s multi-purpose hall, Church Square, Mqabba.

Valletta 2018 legacy will come from infrastructural projects - Jason Micallef

The legacy of Valletta 2018 as the EU’s Capital of Culture would come from infrastructural projects – many of which had languished for years, Valletta 2018 Foundation chairman Jason Micallef told Times of Malta. During a recent Times Talk interview, Mr Mi
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Valletta 2018 legacy will come from infrastructural projects - Jason Micallef

The legacy of Valletta 2018 as the EU’s Capital of Culture would come from infrastructural projects – many of which had languished for years, Valletta 2018 Foundation chairman Jason Micallef told Times of Malta. During a recent Times Talk interview, Mr Micallef said that although some of the projects had been planned for years, the looming deadline of 2018 provided impetus to finally get them done and dusted. The foundation has commissioned the National Statistics Office to survey the actual impact of the year-long activities, which end on Saturday. The survey is expected to look at the amount of money spent as well as the attendance figures for the events. When Malta submitted its Capital of Culture bid in 2012, it pledged to spend €48 million on the event, of which 50% would go towards programming, 33% on administration and 10-15% on communications. The programme covers the period 2012-2020 and was agreed with the European Commission and its team of experts. The programme included 400 events in Valletta and Gozo featuring over 1,000 people, from artists to workshop leaders. Some events which were already on the cultural calendar, such as Notte Bianca and the Jazz Festival,...

Finnish Presidency priorities discussed between Muscat, Finnish PM

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat and his Finnish counterpart Juha Sipilä on Friday held a working dinner at Villa Francia in Lija to discuss the Finnish Presidency. Mr Sipilä was in Malta as part of a tour of EU states before his country takes up the Presidenc
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Finnish Presidency priorities discussed between Muscat, Finnish PM

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat and his Finnish counterpart Juha Sipilä on Friday held a working dinner at Villa Francia in Lija to discuss the Finnish Presidency. Mr Sipilä was in Malta as part of a tour of EU states before his country takes up the Presidency of the European Council in July. He spoke about the priorities of the Finnish Presidency with discussions focusing on the multi-annual financial framework, the conclusion of the legislative files on a plan for long-term migration, the situation in Libya and the Mediterranean, as well as climate change and the use of technology.

Weird & wonderful

Glistening Christmas lights, shiny ornaments, tinsel – the decorating stage of the festive season truly knows no bounds. What about eccentric decorations, like radishes perhaps? Even though we’re not used to seeing decorations that would seem weird to us
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Weird & wonderful

Glistening Christmas lights, shiny ornaments, tinsel – the decorating stage of the festive season truly knows no bounds. What about eccentric decorations, like radishes perhaps? Even though we’re not used to seeing decorations that would seem weird to us, they are equally alluring. Here are some of the most unusually magnificent decorations from around the world. Greece The Karvaki – the Christmas Boat – is a tradition that has been part of the Greek culture for many years. Being a nation of sailors, husbands used to spend long periods of time away from home. When they finally returned, their wives would mark their safe return by decorating little boats. It is also thought that families wanted to honour St Nicholas (Agios Nikolaos), the patron saint of sailors, for bringing their husbands back safely. This tradition eventually spread across the country and boats were placed near doors with the bow pointing inwards, symbolising the return towards the mainland. Nowadays, children on the Greek Islands go out carol singing on Christmas Eve, with drums, triangles and harmonicas, along with a small, wooden boat. This is lit up and decorated with gold paint, nuts and other fruits.

A panto in the dark

Samuel has been to several pantos, but being blind, he has not always been able to follow all that was going on. This year the tables have turned. He will be the star of a panto – the first of its kind – where all the audience will start off on the same f
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A panto in the dark

Samuel has been to several pantos, but being blind, he has not always been able to follow all that was going on. This year the tables have turned. He will be the star of a panto – the first of its kind – where all the audience will start off on the same footing: none of them will be able to see anything. Every person in the audience will have to rely on their other senses while in pitch darkness. The ‘magic’ will be taking place in a 3.5 by two metre cubicle in the adjacent room, where a cast of four actors will be performing some 30 different characters. Despite its name – GawGaw a Panto in the Dark – it is not a horror performance. Script writers and directors Marta Vella and Vikesh Godhwani wanted to provide the audience not only with a completely new theatrical experience, but also a Maltese fairy tale that not many have heard of. The story was inspired by and influenced by Samuel Farrugia, who lost his eyesight to cancer. The 13-year-old provided the scriptwriters with a very detailed description of the GawGaw – a person who transforms into a monster and roams the streets terrorising people on Christmas Eve – which also happens to be his birthday. “This is a world’s first...

LCFC PLAYERS HELP LAUNCH 2019 KING POWER QUAD NATIONS TOURNAMENT

Leicester City’s Kasper Schmeichel and Shinji Okazaki met with Great Britain’s Wheelchair Rugby team at King Power Stadium on Thursday, to officially launch the 2019 King Power Quad Nations tournament.
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LCFC PLAYERS HELP LAUNCH 2019 KING POWER QUAD NATIONS TOURNAMENT

Leicester City’s Kasper Schmeichel and Shinji Okazaki met with Great Britain’s Wheelchair Rugby team at King Power Stadium on Thursday, to officially launch the 2019 King Power Quad Nations tournament.

Sindhu stems the run of Ratchanok in BWF Finals

Olympic silver medallist P.V. Sindhu will face Japan's Nozomi Okuhara in Sunday's decider at the badminton World Tour Finals for a share of the $1.5 million prize money.
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Sindhu stems the run of Ratchanok in BWF Finals

Olympic silver medallist P.V. Sindhu will face Japan's Nozomi Okuhara in Sunday's decider at the badminton World Tour Finals for a share of the $1.5 million prize money.

SPLM-N al-Hilu says peace in Sudan requires new basis

December 14, 2018 (KHARTOUM) - The Sudan People's Liberation Movement-North led by Abdel Aziz al-Hilu reiterated its rejection of the Roadmap Agreement and called for a new basis for peace in Sudan. The armed group which fight the Sudanese army in South Kord
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SPLM-N al-Hilu says peace in Sudan requires new basis

December 14, 2018 (KHARTOUM) - The Sudan People's Liberation Movement-North led by Abdel Aziz al-Hilu reiterated its rejection of the Roadmap Agreement and called for a new basis for peace in Sudan. The armed group which fight the Sudanese army in South Kordofan and Blue Nile states was in Addis Ababa on the invitation of the African Union High-Level Implementation Panel for consultations on a roadmap it brokered between the government and the opposition groups in 2016. The AUHIP mediators (...) - News / Sudan, Government peace talks with SPLM-N, Darfur and opposition groups, Sudan People's Liberation Movement/Army - North (SPLM-N/SPLA-N), FRONT_PAGE_SECONDARY

Machar calls on South Sudanese to reconcile and build one nation

December 15, 2018 (JUBA) - The SPLM-IO leader Riek Machar called on South Sudanese to start the reconciliation process in the country saying it is the first step towards building a democratic and prosperous nation. Machar renewed his call for national reconc
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Machar calls on South Sudanese to reconcile and build one nation

December 15, 2018 (JUBA) - The SPLM-IO leader Riek Machar called on South Sudanese to start the reconciliation process in the country saying it is the first step towards building a democratic and prosperous nation. Machar renewed his call for national reconciliation in a statement issued on the commemoration of the fifth anniversary of Juba massacre on December 15, 2013, where thousands of civilians were killed in Juba following clashes between military elements supporting President Salva (...) - News / National Dialogue and Reconciliation In South Sudan, South Sudan

SC ruling has enshrined people's franchise: JVP

While rejecting the claim that the Supreme Court decision on dissolving parliament had prevented the election being held, the Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna said yesterday the Supreme Court verdict had without doubt enshrined the franchise of the people.
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SC ruling has enshrined people's franchise: JVP

While rejecting the claim that the Supreme Court decision on dissolving parliament had prevented the election being held, the Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna said yesterday the Supreme Court verdict had without doubt enshrined the franchise of the people.

I resigned to make way for Prez to form new Govt.: MR

Mahinda Rajapaksa said in a statement a short while ago that he resigned from the position of Prime Minister to make way for the President to form a new government. 
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I resigned to make way for Prez to form new Govt.: MR

Mahinda Rajapaksa said in a statement a short while ago that he resigned from the position of Prime Minister to make way for the President to form a new government. 

EC Chief to seek SC ruling on PC polls

Election Commission Chairman Mahinda Deshapriya said on Thursday the EC would seek a ruling from the Supreme Court on the measures on the measures to be taken to conduct the provincial council elections in 2020.
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EC Chief to seek SC ruling on PC polls

Election Commission Chairman Mahinda Deshapriya said on Thursday the EC would seek a ruling from the Supreme Court on the measures on the measures to be taken to conduct the provincial council elections in 2020.

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