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Mutharika outlines major developments for Kasungu

President Peter Mutharika on Thursday brought exciting news to people of Kasungu when he announced a new hospital project to be done in the district. Mutharika,  who stopped over at Kasungu town on his way... The post Mutharika outlines major developments fo

Vanessa Mdee launches Bora Star shoes for girls

Bongo Flava songstress Vanessa Mdee today launched Bora Star – a shoe designed designed specifically for school girls in partnership with Bora industries Tanzania.
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Vanessa Mdee launches Bora Star shoes for girls

Bongo Flava songstress Vanessa Mdee today launched Bora Star – a shoe designed designed specifically for school girls in partnership with Bora industries Tanzania.

CBA bank, Vodacom Tanzania rewards winners of Shinda na M-Pawa promotion

CBA Bank and Vodacom have handed over brand new Bajaj rickshaws to five M- Pawa customers who have emerged the winners in the just-concluded promotion dubbed Shinda na M-Pawa .
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CBA bank, Vodacom Tanzania rewards winners of Shinda na M-Pawa promotion

CBA Bank and Vodacom have handed over brand new Bajaj rickshaws to five M- Pawa customers who have emerged the winners in the just-concluded promotion dubbed Shinda na M-Pawa .

Serengeti to play in special tournament in Turkey

The National U-17 soccer team, Serengeti Boys will feature in a special tournament to be held in Antalya, Turkey. The tournament has been organized by both the African Football governing body (Caf) and the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA).
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Serengeti to play in special tournament in Turkey

The National U-17 soccer team, Serengeti Boys will feature in a special tournament to be held in Antalya, Turkey. The tournament has been organized by both the African Football governing body (Caf) and the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA).

Funeral of Dr. Jane Usher

THE REPORTER: News Staff, Dec. 18th. Today, as Belizean flags everywhere flew at half mast, Dr. Jane Usher, CBE, was laid to rest in Belize City. Her body lay in
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Funeral of Dr. Jane Usher

THE REPORTER: News Staff, Dec. 18th. Today, as Belizean flags everywhere flew at half mast, Dr. Jane Usher, CBE, was laid to rest in Belize City. Her body lay in

POLICE OFFICER KILLED IN TRAFFIC ACCIDENT IN PG

THE REPORTER: News Staff - Dec. 18th. The Reporter has been able to confirm that there was a fatal traffic accident a short while ago near the dump outside of
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POLICE OFFICER KILLED IN TRAFFIC ACCIDENT IN PG

THE REPORTER: News Staff - Dec. 18th. The Reporter has been able to confirm that there was a fatal traffic accident a short while ago near the dump outside of

Al Ain beat River on penalties to reach Club World Cup final

Al Ain beat South American champions River Plate 5-4 on penalties to reach the Club World Cup final after their last-four clash finished 2-2 after 90 minutes and extra time on Tuesday. Al Ain goalkeeper Khalid Eisa saved the decisive penalty to earn his team
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Al Ain beat River on penalties to reach Club World Cup final

Al Ain beat South American champions River Plate 5-4 on penalties to reach the Club World Cup final after their last-four clash finished 2-2 after 90 minutes and extra time on Tuesday. Al Ain goalkeeper Khalid Eisa saved the decisive penalty to earn his team a spot in Saturday's final where they will face Spain's Real Madrid or Japan's Kashima Antlers. River Plate's Gonzalo Martinez had the chance to put the Argentine team 3-2 ahead in 69th minute from the penalty spot but hit the crossbar. Al Ain got off to a dream start when Marcus Berg, starting for the first time this tournament after battling a virus, scored in the third minute with a header from a corner. River Plate quickly turned things around, however, as forward Santos Borre scored twice to put the visitors 2-1 ahead after 16 minutes. Al Ain's Caio equalised for the home side in the 51st minute with a right-footed shot from close range sending the ball into the bottom left corner.

New proposal for Marsaxlokk facility

An impasse between Marsaxlokk local council plans for a new jogging track and government plans for a boat repair facility on the same spot may be resolved – by building a boat repair facility with a jogging track on top. The council was granted a permit in
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New proposal for Marsaxlokk facility

An impasse between Marsaxlokk local council plans for a new jogging track and government plans for a boat repair facility on the same spot may be resolved – by building a boat repair facility with a jogging track on top. The council was granted a permit in 2016, after a 10-year legal battle with the Planning Authority to build a community jogging track on Triq it-Trunċiera, outside development zones, although the current council has shown little interest in pursuing the plans. Late last year, however, the government Fisheries Department submitted its own application to develop the same site as a boat repair and maintenance facility, including a workshop and offices, ignoring the previous plans. The government application prompted opposition from residents of the nearby Port Ruman neighbourhood, who are objecting to an industrial development just 20 metres away from the nearest homes. New plans, open for public consultation until Friday, have since been submitted, including covering over part of the proposed facility and including a public garden and jogging track on the roof. The plans include excavations and take advantage of a height disparity in the surrounding roads to keep...

Haley presents US Middle East peace plan in final remarks

Outgoing US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said on Tuesday that an American plan to broker peace between Israel and the Palestinians brings «brings new elements to the discussion, taking advantage of the new world of technology that we liv
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Haley presents US Middle East peace plan in final remarks

Outgoing US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said on Tuesday that an American plan to broker peace between Israel and the Palestinians brings «brings new elements to the discussion, taking advantage of the new world of technology that we live in.» «It is much longer. It contains much more thoughtful detail,» Haley told the U.N. Security Council of the plan, which she said she has read. «It recognizes that realities on the ground in the Middle East have changed in powerful and important ways.» However, she gave no details of exactly what was in the long-awaited plan, which has been prepared by U.S. President Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner. The Palestinians are skeptical and have accused the Trump administration of siding with Israel on the core issues relating to the decades-old conflict. They have refused to participate in the U.S. effort since December 2017 when Trump recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital and then moved the U.S. embassy there. «The Palestinians have everything to gain by engaging in peace negotiations,» Haley said. Israel's U.N. Ambassador Danny Danon has said Washington has spoken with Israel about presenting the plan at the start of...

Tragedies in Arctic hamlet sparking talk of a Franklin 'curse'

The tiny Arctic community of Gjoa Haven, NU, grieved over six tragic deaths in just two weeks in August. Now, CBC News has learned that some in the community are afraid that the tragedies are somehow linked to Parks Canada divers «disturbing» the
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Tragedies in Arctic hamlet sparking talk of a Franklin 'curse'

The tiny Arctic community of Gjoa Haven, NU, grieved over six tragic deaths in just two weeks in August. Now, CBC News has learned that some in the community are afraid that the tragedies are somehow linked to Parks Canada divers «disturbing» the newly discovered wrecks of the HMS Erebus and the HMS Terror.

Integrity watchdog confirms probe into appointment of Ron Taverner as Ontario's top cop

Ontario's integrity commissioner confirmed Tuesday he is conducting an inquiry into the appointment of Toronto police Supt. Ron Taverner as the next OPP commissioner following a request by an NDP member about Premier Doug Ford.
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Integrity watchdog confirms probe into appointment of Ron Taverner as Ontario's top cop

Ontario's integrity commissioner confirmed Tuesday he is conducting an inquiry into the appointment of Toronto police Supt. Ron Taverner as the next OPP commissioner following a request by an NDP member about Premier Doug Ford.

Trump Foundation charity agrees to dissolve after lawsuit alleging Trump used it as a 'checkbook'

The US president's charitable Trump Foundation is being forced to dissolve under the supervision of the New York Attorney General. The Defense argues that the case against the charity has been politicized. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Trump Foundation charity agrees to dissolve after lawsuit alleging Trump used it as a 'checkbook'

The US president's charitable Trump Foundation is being forced to dissolve under the supervision of the New York Attorney General. The Defense argues that the case against the charity has been politicized. Read Full Article at RT.com

Constitution not for personal agendas: Hakeem

The country's Constitution is not a document to be used or abused according to the whims and fancies of three people - President Maithirpala Sirisena, Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe and Opposition Leader Mahinda Rajapaksa, SLMC Leader Rauff Hakeem sa
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Constitution not for personal agendas: Hakeem

The country's Constitution is not a document to be used or abused according to the whims and fancies of three people - President Maithirpala Sirisena, Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe and Opposition Leader Mahinda Rajapaksa, SLMC Leader Rauff Hakeem said yesterday.

UNP Working Committee - Likely to approve NDF on Friday

The United National Party (UNP) Working Committee is likely to approve the resolution to form the Democratic National Front (NDF) in alliance with like-minded parties, UNP General Secretary Akila Viraj Kariyawasam said yesterday.
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UNP Working Committee - Likely to approve NDF on Friday

The United National Party (UNP) Working Committee is likely to approve the resolution to form the Democratic National Front (NDF) in alliance with like-minded parties, UNP General Secretary Akila Viraj Kariyawasam said yesterday.

UNP in a dilemma over ministerial portfolios

The United National Party (UNP) is said to be facing a dilemma when it comes to preparing the list of Cabinet ministers because there are more aspirants than the number of slots available.
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UNP in a dilemma over ministerial portfolios

The United National Party (UNP) is said to be facing a dilemma when it comes to preparing the list of Cabinet ministers because there are more aspirants than the number of slots available.

Italy seeks strong relations with Russia in spite of political crises, says diplomat

The deputy Foreign Minister expressed confidence that it's necessary to maintain political ties despite sanctions as «Europe should be interested in good relations with Russia for different reasons»
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Italy seeks strong relations with Russia in spite of political crises, says diplomat

The deputy Foreign Minister expressed confidence that it's necessary to maintain political ties despite sanctions as «Europe should be interested in good relations with Russia for different reasons»

INF treaty cannot be suspended, it can only be violated, says senior Russian diplomat

It is necessary to understand that there is nothing really to suspend in the implementation of the INF Treaty, Russia’s Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said
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INF treaty cannot be suspended, it can only be violated, says senior Russian diplomat

It is necessary to understand that there is nothing really to suspend in the implementation of the INF Treaty, Russia’s Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said

Russia has strength and capabilities to rebuff any aggressor, says senior diplomat

Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said that given military dangers and threats, efforts have been taken over the recent years to update and expand defense capabilities
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Russia has strength and capabilities to rebuff any aggressor, says senior diplomat

Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said that given military dangers and threats, efforts have been taken over the recent years to update and expand defense capabilities

Chances to agree with US on INF are slim, says Russian diplomat

Hypothetic prospects of arriving at certain agreements regarding the INF Treaty look extremely vague to us today, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said
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Chances to agree with US on INF are slim, says Russian diplomat

Hypothetic prospects of arriving at certain agreements regarding the INF Treaty look extremely vague to us today, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said

Saudi royal decree guarantees allowances to cover cost of living for new fiscal year

Tue, 2018-12-18 13:25 A royal decree by Saudi Arabia’s King Salman ordered the continuation of allowances covering the cost of living for civil sector employees for the new fiscal year on Tuesday. The decree states that 1,000 Saudi riyals ($266) would
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Saudi royal decree guarantees allowances to cover cost of living for new fiscal year

Tue, 2018-12-18 13:25 A royal decree by Saudi Arabia’s King Salman ordered the continuation of allowances covering the cost of living for civil sector employees for the new fiscal year on Tuesday. The decree states that 1,000 Saudi riyals ($266) would be given to citizens on a monthly basis.  This will continue for one year until the study of the social protection system is completed. Saudi Arabia also announced plans to increase state spending by more than seven percent next year in an effort to spur economic growth, which has been hurt by low oil prices, according to a 2019 budget released by the finance ministry.   Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia continues humanitarian operations in YemenSaudi Fund for Development reschedules Jordan’s $114 million debt

FaceOf: Ahmed bin Fahad Al-Fuhaid, governor of KSA's TVTC

Tue, 2018-12-18 22:32 D r. Ahmed bin Fahad Al-Fuhaid has been the governor of the Technical and Vocational Training Corp. (TVTC) since December 2015.  Before joining the TVTC, he served as the deputy minister for international labor affairs at the Minis
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FaceOf: Ahmed bin Fahad Al-Fuhaid, governor of KSA's TVTC

Tue, 2018-12-18 22:32 D r. Ahmed bin Fahad Al-Fuhaid has been the governor of the Technical and Vocational Training Corp. (TVTC) since December 2015.  Before joining the TVTC, he served as the deputy minister for international labor affairs at the Ministry of Labor and Social Development for over three years between 2012 and 2015. Al-Fuhaid also served as the deputy director general of the Saudi Credit and Saving Bank (SCSB), and as the director general for construction and maintenance at the TVTC.  He is a member of several committees including the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.  Moreover, he serves as the chairman of the finance committee and chairman of the organizing committee of the Saudi Technical Conference and Exhibition. Al-Fuhaid holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from King Saud University in Riyadh, and a master’s degree in the same field from Western Michigan University, US.  Al-Fuhaid also obtained a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from Old Dominion University in Virginia, US. He also attended Negotiation and Conflict Management in Organizations course at the Oxford Management Centre in London and Negotiation Dynamic course at INSEAD business school.  On Tuesday, Al-Fuhaid received Swiss Ambassador Andreas Schaller at his office in Riyadh. They reviewed bilateral ties and discussed ways to enhance cooperation in the field of technical and vocational training. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi ArabiaFaceOf FaceOf: Adel bin Mohammed Al-Mulhim, mayor of Al-AhsaFaceOf: Adam Sieminski, president of KSA's King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center

Saudi minister meets Latin American scholar

Tue, 2018-12-18 22:56 JEDDAH: Ahmed ben Ali Saifi, head of the Islamic Dawah Center in Latin America and the Caribbean, called on Saudi Islamic Affairs Minister Sheikh Abdullatif Al-Asheikh at his office on Tuesday. Welcoming the visiting scholar, the Sau
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Saudi minister meets Latin American scholar

Tue, 2018-12-18 22:56 JEDDAH: Ahmed ben Ali Saifi, head of the Islamic Dawah Center in Latin America and the Caribbean, called on Saudi Islamic Affairs Minister Sheikh Abdullatif Al-Asheikh at his office on Tuesday. Welcoming the visiting scholar, the Saudi minister said the Kingdom under the leadership of King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has been extending a helping hand to all Islamic centers and associations across the world to promote moderate values, tolerance and peaceful coexistence. Ali Saifi lauded the efforts of Saudi Arabia in supporting Muslims all over the world. He also praised the Kingdom’s generous support to the annual International Conference of Latin American and Caribbean Muslims. He said his center and all its branches pledge their support to Saudi Arabia against unjust campaigns targeting its security and sovereignty. At the 31st session of the international conference held in Sao Paulo, Brazil, participants called for rejecting extremism and terrorism and upholding universal Islamic principles in order to preserve the spirit of Islamic tradition and correct misconceptions. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Latin AmericaSaudi ArabiaIslam Saudi Arabia’s King Salman says Kingdom is committed to serving MuslimsMuslim World League chief: Islam protects rights of minorities

937 Service Center receives over 123K calls in one week

Author: ARAB NEWSID: 1545164617814697700Tue, 2018-12-18 23:23 JEDDAH: The Ministry of Health’s 937 Service Center received 123,684 calls from across the Kingdom in one week, the ministry reported on Tuesday. According to the ministry, these call
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937 Service Center receives over 123K calls in one week

Author: ARAB NEWSID: 1545164617814697700Tue, 2018-12-18 23:23 JEDDAH: The Ministry of Health’s 937 Service Center received 123,684 calls from across the Kingdom in one week, the ministry reported on Tuesday. According to the ministry, these calls included 7,753 complaints, 158 transfer requests from one hospital to another, 40,383 medical consultations, 25,182 inquiries and 32,067 appointment requests. The 937 Service Center provides a range of services, including the ministry’s updates, health services, emergency calls, medical consultation, hospital transfer requests, complaints about public and private health facilities in the Kingdom. The center receives calls from patients regarding all health aspects, including complaints and observations, and forwards them to the relevant departments of the Health Ministry. The 937 Service Center is one of the ministry’s most important initiatives. It aims to provide medical services through its toll-free number. Clients can call this number from across the Kingdom. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: saudi health and care Saudi Health Ministry launches mobile flu vaccination service with CareemSaudi health sector largest among Mideast countries, says minister

Saudi Justice Ministry’s e-services speed up powers of attorney

Author: ARAB NEWSID: 1545164726314705200Tue, 2018-12-18 23:24 JEDDAH: The Saudi Justice Ministry on Tuesday announced that it has issued more than 163,000 low-risk powers of attorney (PoAs) through its online portal “Najiz” in one month since t
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Saudi Justice Ministry’s e-services speed up powers of attorney

Author: ARAB NEWSID: 1545164726314705200Tue, 2018-12-18 23:24 JEDDAH: The Saudi Justice Ministry on Tuesday announced that it has issued more than 163,000 low-risk powers of attorney (PoAs) through its online portal “Najiz” in one month since the launch of its e-services. The e-notarization system was launched on Nov. 18 to provide several services that dispense with paperwork and spare clients the need to visit notarial offices for low-risk PoAs. The ministry also conducted 193,229 verification operations through its various electronic channels. Prior to the launch of the e-notarization service, Justice Minister Waleed Al-Samaani said: “The Saudi Ministry of Justice is continuing its efforts to achieve the objectives of the National Transformation Program 2020 and Vision 2030, which focus on enhancing the user-friendliness and cost-effectiveness of government services.” “The ministry is keen to overhaul and digitize procedures in the legal, enforcement and notarization sectors, a strategic objective that the ministry has given utmost importance,” he added. The ministry revealed eight new e-services in the notarization sector, including digital PoAs, which put an end to paperwork and most of the clients’ visits to notarial offices. Digital PoAs are sent to the clients’ Absher-registered mobile numbers. “E-notarization will save about 8 million sheets of paper annually, making notarization greener and more cost-effective,” the ministry pointed out. One of the new e-services enables clients to inquire about their PoAs and their validity, terminate unwanted ones, and find out about the agencies that have checked the validity of any of their PoAs. Another e-service enables government agencies to verify PoAs online through the “Yesser” program, the universal access number 920025888, the ministry’s portal (www.moj.gov.sa), and its official app. The new system abridges about 70 percent of procedures and directs clients straight to the assigned notary’s office without having to go through the data entry hall. The ministry also announced a new digital mechanism for updating title deeds and obtaining a duplicate title deed, saving 90 percent of the clients’ time. Under the new procedure, clients need only to visit the notarial office once the updated or duplicate title deed is ready. Recently, the ministry also set a time limit of 21 days on the acceptance of rights claims made under domestic labor laws. The time limit relates to labor or domestic labor disputes that are subject to periods of friendly settlement before reaching judicial proceedings. A 21-day time limit was also set for complaints against the General Organization for Social Insurance regarding membership, registration and compensation issues. If a settlement is not reached in that period, the dispute is brought electronically to the labor courts through the Ministry of Labor and Social Development. A five-day reconciliation period applies in cases of domestic workers after a dispute is settled. If there is no reconciliation during that time, the committee has 10 extra days to issue its decision and submit it electronically to the labor court. The ministry recently opened seven labor courts in Riyadh, Makkah, Jeddah, Abha, Dammam, Buraidah and Madinah. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi justice ministry Saudi Justice Ministry’s guide answers 330 most common questions askedSaudi Justice Ministry sets time limit on labor disputes

Mourinho misery extends United's woes in post-Ferguson era

Watching on at Anfield as Manchester United meekly surrendered 3-1 to Liverpool in what proved to be Jose Mourinho's last match in charge, Alex Ferguson was caught shaking his head at the sight of what the empire he built has become.
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Mourinho misery extends United's woes in post-Ferguson era

Watching on at Anfield as Manchester United meekly surrendered 3-1 to Liverpool in what proved to be Jose Mourinho's last match in charge, Alex Ferguson was caught shaking his head at the sight of what the empire he built has become.

Thailand coaching staff bolstered for Asian Cup

The Kingdom’s football team will wear their brand new jerseys called Changsuek (War Elephants) The First Eleven in the upcoming Asian Cup game as former SEA Games coach Choketawee Promrut has been recruited as assistant coach.
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Thailand coaching staff bolstered for Asian Cup

The Kingdom’s football team will wear their brand new jerseys called Changsuek (War Elephants) The First Eleven in the upcoming Asian Cup game as former SEA Games coach Choketawee Promrut has been recruited as assistant coach.

UK migrants send £21billion to families in their home nations

The UK is the fourth largest source of remittances after the US, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, with a global total of some £483bn in 2017, according to the World Bank.
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UK migrants send £21billion to families in their home nations

The UK is the fourth largest source of remittances after the US, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, with a global total of some £483bn in 2017, according to the World Bank.

‘Brutally hacked’: Russia’s Embassy in London website targeted in cyberattack

The website of the Russian Embassy in the UK was targeted by hackers. The mission says there are grounds to believe that the attack originated from Britain. Read Full Article at RT.com
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‘Brutally hacked’: Russia’s Embassy in London website targeted in cyberattack

The website of the Russian Embassy in the UK was targeted by hackers. The mission says there are grounds to believe that the attack originated from Britain. Read Full Article at RT.com

‘Come out and tell the truth’: Amir Khan calls on rival Kell Brook to come clean about his sexuality

Amir Khan has taken a somewhat bizarre route on his latest barrage of insults to fellow Brit Kell Brook, telling the Sheffield native to open up about rumors of him being gay. Read Full Article at RT.com
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‘Come out and tell the truth’: Amir Khan calls on rival Kell Brook to come clean about his sexuality

Amir Khan has taken a somewhat bizarre route on his latest barrage of insults to fellow Brit Kell Brook, telling the Sheffield native to open up about rumors of him being gay. Read Full Article at RT.com

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