Italian parties strike deal for new government in blow to Salvini

Italian parties strike deal for new government in blow to Salvini

 

 

Italian parties strike deal for new government in blow to Salvini .Italy’s anti-establishment Five Star Movement (M5S) and the center-left opposition Democratic Party (PD) agreed on Wednesday to form a new coalition government and avoid snap elections which could favor Matteo Salvini’s far-right League Party.

The two parties entered coalition talks,
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Stokes steers England to sensational Test victory over Australia

Stokes steers England to sensational Test victory over Australia

 

Stokes steers England to sensational Test victory over Australia. It will be remembered as Headingley’s last stand.

England staged an incredible fightback to stop Australia retaining the Ashes in a seesawing third Test at the Yorkshire ground. Chasing a record 359 runs to win, England fought back to 238-4 at lunch Sunday before Australia rattled out five wickets to reach the brink of retaining the famous Ashes urn.
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Human chain across Hong Kong expresses solidarity and determination say protesters

Human chain across Hong Kong expresses solidarity and determination, say protesters

 

Protesters formed a human chain across Hong Kong Friday evening in a show of solidarity for the city’s pro-democracy protest movement that continues to gain tractionalmost three months after it began.

The action was planned to coincide with the 30th anniversary of the “Baltic Way,” a historically significant peaceful demonstration against Soviet occupation. On August 23,
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He revealed a lawmaker’s affair at his funeral Now he’s set up a hotline to out deadbeat politician dads

He revealed a lawmaker’s affair at his funeral. Now he’s set up a hotline to out deadbeat politician dads

 

He revealed a lawmaker’s affair at his funeral Now he’s set up a hotline to out deadbeat politician dads. The governor of Nairobi has ignited an explosive debate amongst Kenyans over the issue of children born out of wedlock to powerful politicians and their lovers.

After Member of Parliament Ken Okoth died from cancer at the age of 41 last month, 
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Hong Kong protesters attempt to restore peace after weeks of violence

Hong Kong protesters attempt to restore peace after weeks of violence

 

Hong Kong protesters attempt to restore peace after weeks of violence. Hundreds of thousands of peaceful protesters of all ages returned to the streets of Hong Kong Sunday, in a massive show of solidarity for a movement that appeared on the verge of losing popular support.

Protesters defied torrential rain, a police ban and menacing threats from the Chinese government to come back out for the 11th consecutive weekend of mass demonstrations.
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Real Madrid heads into the new season with more questions than answers

Real Madrid heads into the new season with more questions than answers

 

Real Madrid heads into the new season with more questions than answers. Zinedine Zidane’s second coming at Real Madrid proved the Frenchman is no miracle worker.

When he returned to the club for a second spell as coach, he was supposed to provide solutions to a crisis-ridden season. By the time Zidane had been reappointed in March,
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5 of the world’s biggest economies are at risk of recession

5 of the world’s biggest economies are at risk of recession

 

5 of the world’s biggest economies are at risk of recession. Five big economies are at risk of recession. It won’t take much to push them over the edge.

The UK economy shrunk in the second quarter, and growth flat lined in Italy. Data published Wednesday show Germany’s economy, the world’s fourth largest,
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Hong Kong protesters spark airport chaos as flights canceled for second day

Hong Kong protesters spark airport chaos as flights canceled for second day

 

Hong Kong protesters spark airport chaos as flights canceled for second day. Hong Kong’s airport has been thrown into chaos for the second day in a row, with all check-ins suspended and dozens of outgoing flights canceled.

Thousands of protesters blocked security gates at one of the world’s largest travel hubs on Tuesday,
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Flight disruptions continue as Hong Kong airport protests enter fifth day

Flight disruptions continue as Hong Kong airport protests enter fifth day

 

Flight disruptions continue as Hong Kong airport protests enter fifth day. Passengers in Hong Kong are still experiencing flight disruptions on Tuesday, as pro-democracy protests at the world’s eighth biggest airport look set to enter their fifth day.

All departing flights were canceled Monday afternoon as thousands of demonstrators descended upon Hong Kong International Airport,
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Europe isn’t that scared of Boris Johnson

Europe isn’t that scared of Boris Johnson

 

Boris Johnson is trying to scare Europe into giving him a better Brexit deal.

He hasn’t been terribly subtle about this. During his campaign to replace Theresa May, Johnson repeatedly said that if he became prime minister, he would ramp up preparations for leaving the European Union without a deal. The logic goes something like this: a no-deal Brexit will wreak havoc not only in the UK but in European countries as well.
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