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Officers called to Fairbridge Road, Islington, at 6.50pm to reports of a stabbingPolice and London's Air Ambulance attended and found the wounded youngsterHe was flown to an east London hospital where he is now fighting for his lifeAn 11-year-old boy was arrested but after further enquiries he was exonerated By Connor Boyd For Mailonline Published: 15:57 EDT, 1 July 2018 | Updated: 17:52 EDT, 1 July 2018 A 14-year-old boy is fighting for his life after being stabb…
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Djamel Beghal, 52, is reaching the end of his sentences for a series of crimesHe built up his career as an undercover jihadi in the late 90s and early 2000sThe British government banned Beghal from entering the UK in 2009 France wants to deport Beghal on August 5 when he comes out of jail in Rennes By Peter Allen In Paris for MailOnline Published: 16:09 EDT, 1 July 2018 | Updated: 16:10 EDT, 1 July 2018 An Al-Qaeda terrorist mastermind linked to atrocities includin…
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By Associated Press Published: 17:44 EDT, 1 July 2018 | Updated: 17:57 EDT, 1 July 2018 John Tavares isn't the only free agent going back to a familiar place. Several players are returning to their former teams and comfortable situations - from James van Riemsdyk going back to Philadelphia on the second-richest July 1 deal to Matt Cullen taking a significant pay cut to rejoin the Pittsburgh Penguins he helped win the Stanley Cup twice. It's not quite the t…
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YouTuber Kenneth Keene Jr filmed his father's reaction to one of his old videosHe documents his father's life with Frontotemporal lobe dementia on his channelIn a video posted Tuesday he showed his dad clips from 11 months of filmingBut the father barely recognizes himself, much less his wife in the film At one point he turns to his son and asks: 'That's my wife, right?'The mentally degenerative disease affects 47million people worldwide By Marlene Lenthang For Dailymail.com Pub…
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Brits Aboard: With no Andy Murray, here’s the homegrown stars who ARE in action at Wimbledon this yearA host of homegrown players are going for glory at Wimbledon this yearBritish No 1 Kyle Edmund is enjoying the best season of his careerIn the women's competition Jo Konta is seeking to recapture her best formBy Matthew Lambert for the Daily Mail Published: 17:56 EDT, 1 July 2018 | Updated: 17:56 EDT, 1 July 2018 Andy Murray may not be in action at Wimbledon, but …
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Harley-Davidson is shifting some production to Thailand and has already announced the closure of a Kansas City plantPresident Trump: 'Those are my voters. They don't want Harley Davidson getting cute to make $2 more'  Trump has criticized the decision to move, made in part to evade new European Union tariffs on motorcycles originating in the U.S.Trump warned last week that the company could face a 'big tax' – a new tariff – if it tried to ship foreign-made bikes back into the U.S. to sell h…
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'Roger Federer is serving better than ever in terms of accuracy': Brad Gilbert gives the lowdown on the contenders at WimbledonRoger Federer is serving better than ever and his backhand is still effective If Rafael Nadal gets through the first week then he will be dangerousSimona Halep's lack of grass preparation will not help in her quest for gloryBy Brad Gilbert for the Daily Mail Published: 17:56 EDT, 1 July 2018 | Updated: 17:56 EDT, 1 July 2018 Brad Gilbert…
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The confirmation of Trump's first Supreme Court pick, Neil Gorsuch, went smoothly and was seen as one of the administration's early successesThe president has narrowed his choices down to five and will announce July 9He's in New Jersey this weekend where he is reportedly interviewing contendersHe also has started courting key votes in the SenateDemocrats argue the vote should wait until after the election - just like Republicans held up a vote on Obama's pick in 2016 until the election was o…
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In a Sunday editorial the Capital Gazette says it has received death threats The paper revealed it has received alarming threats and emails following the Thursday shooting at its Annapolis, Maryland office that killed five One staff reporter was asked to get fired because she cursed on national television after witnessing her friends getting shot The paper also singled out President Donald Trump for describing journalists as 'enemies of the people' By Associated Press and Marlene Len…
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Danijel Subasic of Croatia saves Christian Eriksen’s penalty in the shootout. Photograph: Tolga Bozoglu/EPA There are some matches in which the spectre of penalties begins to loom with indecent haste. Everybody knew where this last-16 showdown was heading from an early point in the second half – possibly even sooner – and yet it might have needed only a single penalty. World Cup 2018: Croatia v Denmark …
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Gareth Southgate leads a training session in St Petersburg on Saturday. Photograph: Paul Ellis/AFP/Getty It was Sunday afternoon, in a beachfront hotel in Repino, and Gareth Southgate was thinking back to the night England qualified for the World Cup and one of those jarring occasions at Wembley – of which there have been a few – that somehow still feel so relevant when charting the trajectory of his team. South…
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Arsenal’s David Ospina, centre, plays alongside Tottenham’s Davinson Sánchez, right, in Colombia’s World Cup team. Photograph: Martin Meissner/AP David Ospina believes the Colombia team to confront England on Tuesday are better than the one that reached the World Cup quarter-finals four years ago and will be lifted by the backing of around 40,000 supporters in Moscow. Colombia 2-0 Uruguay | World Cup 201…
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Neymar (centre) and the rest of the Brazil squad acquaint themselves with the stadium on the eve of the tie with Mexico. Photograph: Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images Tite was expounding the need to make good use of his squad players when he landed upon one of his favourite metaphors. “The pack needs the wolves,” the Brazil manager said, not for the first time at the World Cup. “Sometimes you need wolves of differ…
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Highlights: Spain 1-1 Russia (3-4 pens) Hosts Russia pulled off the biggest shock of the 2018 World Cup so far as they beat 2010 winners Spain in the first penalty shootout of the tournament to reach the quarter-finals for the first time in 48 years. After extra-time ended with the score locked at 1-1, goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev was Russia's penalty hero, denying Koke and then Iago Aspas to spark scenes of delirious celebration at Moscow's Luzhn…
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