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England 3-0 Senegal: England set up quarter-final with France
England will meet France in the World Cup quarter-finals on Saturday after an impressive demolition of Senegal at Al Bayt Stadium.
Raheem Sterling: England forward leaving World Cup squad after family home break-in
Raheem Sterling is leaving the England World Cup squad in Qatar after a break-in that occurred at his home in the UK while his family were in.
Train strikes: RMT rejects offer aimed at averting festive strikes
The union rejected an offer from train companies which included an 8% pay rise over two years.
Strikes unfair at Christmas, Tory chairman Nadhim Zahawi says
Nadhim Zahawi says President Putin "wants to see" strikes, as he outlines plans to avoid disruption.
Ukraine war: Two generations share bed after Russian strikes
Sofia lives in cramped conditions with her boyfriend and his mother after strikes destroyed their home.
Ngozi Fulani: Dialogue held over Buckingham Palace remarks, BBC told
Ngozi Fulani told the BBC her encounter with Lady Susan Hussey was like an "interrogation".
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'We've lost a year': political turmoil delays UK-Sahara energy link
Exclusive: Dave Lewis, chair of the startup hoping to provide 8% of Britain's energy, talks about net zero frustrationsAn £18bn project to connect Britain with a huge wind and solar farm in the Sahara through an undersea cable has been delayed by at least a year because of political ructions in Westminster.The energy startup Xlinks hopes to provide 8% of Britain's energy supplies through a 3,800km (2,360-mile) cable linking Morocco with the UK, powering 7m homes by 2030. Continue reading...
Senegal or England to win? Parents v children in London's west African community
In Deptford, south-east London, support for Senegal is high among the older generation, while their offspring opt for the country of their birth in the World Cup showdownFootball's capacity to unite is routinely lauded, but Sunday's World Cup match between England and Senegal has already divided many west African families in London.The split is generational. Parents say they tend to support Senegal, the country of their birth, while their children opt to support the state they were raised in: England. Continue reading...
South Africa president to mount legal action in face of impeachment threat
Cyril Ramaphosa rejects call to stand down after accusation of 'serious misconduct'Cyril Ramaphosa, the embattled president of South Africa, has rejected calls to step down and said he will seek a judicial review of a report handed over last week by an independent panel appointed by parliament that accused him of "serious misconduct", aides said.The move may forestall looming impeachment but could plunge South Africa into a prolonged bout of political instability. Continue reading...
Campaigners celebrate changing of colonial street names in Berlin
Street and square in north-east of city renamed in tribute to figureheads who resisted forced rule in AfricaCampaigners who have fought for decades for Germany to confront its colonial past celebrated the renaming of a square and a street in the north-east of Berlin on Friday in tribute to figureheads who resisted forced rule in Africa.Manga Bell Platz in the so-called African Quarter of Berlin's Wedding district was renamed in memory of Rudolf and Emily Duala Manga Bell, a king and queen of Duala in Cameroon who fought against German colonialism. Rudolf Duala Manga Bell, who had been educated in Germany, was executed along with about 100 other people by German authorities in August 1914 after a sham trial. Continue reading...
Cyril Ramaphosa fighting for political life amid battle for control of ANC
South African president cancels all official engagements and was reported to be close to resigning over 'Farmgate'Farmgate scandal: what is it and why does it matter?The South African president, Cyril Ramaphosa, is fighting for his political life as rivals and supporters face off in a divisive battle for control of the ruling party, the African National Congress.The power struggle came after an independent panel appointed by parliament said there was evidence suggesting the South African president committed "serious misconduct" after millions of dollars in cash was reportedly stolen from his private game ranch almost three years ago. Continue reading...
Paraglider crosses border from Morocco into Spanish enclave and disappears
Spanish authorities hunt for person seen landing near border fence in Melilla and running offSpanish authorities are looking for a person who used a paraglider to cross over a border fence from Morocco into the Spanish enclave of Melilla in what appears to be the first use of the method to migrate into European territory.Footage obtained by El Faro newspaper shows a person landing near the fence and then running off, leading officials to suspect the individual was trying to reach Europe. Continue reading...
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After Trump announced plans to run in 2024, some pundits said he could provoke the same scenario that Roosevelt triggered in 1912
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Trump calls for termination of Constitution in Truth Social post
Former President Donald Trump called for the termination of the Constitution to overturn the 2020 election and reinstate him to power Saturday in a continuation of his election denialism and pushing of fringe conspiracy theories.
Hear newly elected GOP lawmaker's response to Trump's call to end Constitution
Congressman-elect Mike Lawler (R-NY) joins CNN's Jake Tapper to discuss former President Donald Trump's call for the termination of the Constitution to overturn the 2020 election and reinstate him to power in a continuation of his election denialism and pushing of fringe conspiracy theories.
Analysis: How Donald Trump is helping Raphael Warnock
Donald Trump's continued presence on the American political scene is one of the reasons Republicans underperformed in this year's midterm elections. The former president's debilitating effect on his party was perhaps no more evident than in Georgia, where Trump's Republican nemesis Gov. Brian Kemp cruised to reelection, while his preferred Senate candidate, Herschel Walker, was forced into a runoff with Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock.
Incoming GOP congressman says party won't be 'held hostage' by McCarthy detractors
Republican Rep.-elect Mike Lawler of New York on Sunday offered his full support for House GOP leader Kevin McCarthy's speakership bid, saying the party won't be "held hostage by a handful of members" seeking to place a different Republican atop the chamber.
MAGA-world keeps losing in its efforts to tie up Trump criminal probes in court
The former president sometimes called "Teflon Don" is learning that sometimes, the subpoenas do stick.
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