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International - Today’s News

From The42 Rampant Liverpool comfortably progress to Champions League group stages Emphatic

Rampant Liverpool comfortably progress to Champions League group stages

A crazy first half saw four goals in 28 minutes at Anfield tonight.

Concert in Rotterdam cancelled after terror tip-off from Spanish police

The band Allah-Las were due to play the Maassilo arena.

Man who tried to take pipe bomb onto Ryanair flight jailed for 18 years

Prosecutors said he planned to detonate it during a Ryanair flight to Italy.

From The42 As it happened: Liverpool v Hoffenheim, Champions League qualifying play-off Liveblog

As it happened: Liverpool v Hoffenheim, Champions League qualifying play-off

Liverpool take on Hoffenheim, with the Reds 2-1 up from the first leg.

'I couldn't believe my eyes': EU citizens in UK given deportation letters by mistake

The Home Office said letters had been mistakenly sent out to around 100 people.

From The42 'When this fight turns out to be a farce, people shouldn't blame boxing. They should blame themselves' Event For Schmucks

'When this fight turns out to be a farce, people shouldn't blame boxing. They should blame themselves'

Bob Arum says McGregor is a ‘lovely guy’ having met him at Michael Conlan’s debut, ‘but he’s not a prizefighter.’

'Back up you creep' - Hillary Clinton speaks about Donald Trump looming behind her during debate What Happened This post contains videos

'Back up you creep' - Hillary Clinton speaks about Donald Trump looming behind her during debate

It’s in an extract from her new book called What Happened.

Man who falsely accused neighbours of paedophilia handed 20-year restraining order

Johnathon Warner-Johnson was also sentenced to two years and four months in jail.

United Nations issues 'racism warning' over growing US tensions

A UN committee has said the move is aimed at helping prevent “existing problems from escalating into conflict”.

Dogs are turning blue in Mumbai because of contaminated water

A factory accused of dumping dye into a river in Mumbai where several dogs turned blue has been shut down.

Torso of journalist was tied to metal object to weigh it down, police say

Police have said Kim Wall’s arms, legs and head had been “deliberately cut off”.

TV station removes broadcaster 'Robert Lee' from covering football game - because of his controversial name

The decision came following the recent violence in the Virginia city of Charlottesville.

UK says it will 'take back control of its laws' after Brexit

The British government wants to end the direct jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice in the UK.

Suspect in Barcelona attack says terror cell planned to target monuments

Four suspects appeared in court yesterday.

From The42 UFC champ Jon Jones' career hangs in the balance after another doping controversy Violation

UFC champ Jon Jones' career hangs in the balance after another doping controversy

The fighter has been informed of a possible anti-doping violation following his recent win over Daniel Cormier.

Fleet commander faces 'sacking' in wake of USS John S McCain collision

The decision to remove Vice Admiral Joseph Aucoin comes after a number of ship collisions in East Asia.

Prince Harry condemns paparazzi for taking photos of his dying mother

Prince Harry and his brother Prince William have spoken out about their mother’s death for a new BBC documentary.

Protesters clash in Phoenix as Trump defends his response to Charlottesville violence

Trump made his comments during a rally in Phoenix, Arizona.

International - Yesterday’s News

'Not enough evidence' as one suspect in Barcelona terror attack released

Four suspects in all were held, suspected of “terror-related murder”.

US man due to be executed at 11pm Irish time granted last-minute stay

Marcellus Williams claims that a new DNA technique proves that he didn’t commit a 1998 murder.

From The42 Celtic concede 4 but still progress comfortably to Champions League group stages Goals Galore

Celtic concede 4 but still progress comfortably to Champions League group stages

Brendan Rodgers’ side looked nervy and defended poorly at times against Astana.

The last child to be pulled from Italian earthquake rubble had just saved his younger brother

Two women died when the quake struck the Italian holiday island of Ischia last night.

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Girl pleads guilty to stabbing friend 19 times in attack inspired by 'Slender Man'

Anissa Weier, who was 12 years old at the time, has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of attempted second-degree homicide.

Investigation under way after man in his 50s dies at English sex festival

Kent Police said they were working to establish the cause of the man’s death.

From The42 Tevez and Kuyt among 25 footballers named in latest leak by Russian hackers Fancy Bears TUEs

Tevez and Kuyt among 25 footballers named in latest leak by Russian hackers Fancy Bears

The documents published today claim over 150 players failed drugs tests in 2015.

Secret Service says it can't pay overtime because of Trump's travel and large family

Trump has travelled nearly every weekend to his properties in Florida, New Jersey and Virginia.

Human remains found in search for missing US sailors in Singapore

A US naval ship collided with a tanker yesterday.

From The42 Dropped England striker Eni Aluko accuses manager of making 'racist' Ebola remark Claims

Dropped England striker Eni Aluko accuses manager of making 'racist' Ebola remark

The Nigerian-born footballer has spoken publicly for the first time since it was revealed she was paid ‘hush money’ by the FA.

India bans practice that allowed men to divorce their wives by reciting word three times

The country’s Supreme Court ruled that the practice was both unconstitutional and un-Islamic.

Johnson & Johnson ordered to pay woman €350m in cancer lawsuit

The woman claimed she developed terminal ovarian cancer after using the company’s talc-based products.

Fox host jokes that Trump looking at eclipse is 'most impressive thing any president has ever done' Turn Around Bright Eyes This post contains videos
Varadkar tells US TV he's 'confused and puzzled' by Britain's trading plans Brexit This post contains videos

Varadkar tells US TV he's 'confused and puzzled' by Britain's trading plans

The Taoiseach also shared his thoughts on Donald Trump.

Four Spain terror attacks suspects to go before judge today

Eight members of the terror cell have been killed in the last week.

Trump goes back on criticism of Obama and clears the way for thousands more troops in Afghanistan

Trump for the first time also left the door open to an eventual political deal with the Taliban.

International - Monday 21 August, 2017

Pictures: The solar eclipse had all of America gazing upwards this evening

“We have to start eating salad and be healthy if we want to make it till the next eclipse,” one observer said.

From The42 Two sent off as late Sterling goal rescues Man City Drama

Two sent off as late Sterling goal rescues Man City

Kyle Walker was given his marching orders just before half time, while Morgan Schneiderlin also saw red.

Body found after Danish submarine inventor 'dumped missing journalist's body in the sea'

Peter Madsen told police that Kim Wall died in an accident on board the vessel.

Here's What Happened Today: Monday

CAO results, terror suspect shot in Barcelona and a solar eclipse were just some of the main stories today.

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'No evidence of terror': Police rule out terrorism after one dead in Marseille crash

A convicted criminal with psychiatric problems drove a van into people waiting at two bus stops in Marseille, France today.

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