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Daily Archives: December 7, 2017

US State Department issues travel warning for Israel

The US State Department has asked American diplomats and citizens to defer travel to Israel, Jerusalem al-Quds and the West Bank until December 20, over fears of protests surrounding US President Donald Trump’s decision to relocate the US embassy in Israel. The Tuesday message says all US government employees and their ...

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Pakistan to host two professional squash tournaments from Dec 17-23

ISLAMABAD  – Pakistan will host two professional squash tournaments, the Pakistan Open Men’s Squash Championship and the Chief of the Air Staff International Women Squash Championship in Islamabad from December 17 to 23, Secretary Pakistan Squash Federation, Tahir Sultan said. Addressing a news conference here, he said that the men’s ...

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Football: Ronaldo breaks new ground as Madrid edge out Dormund

MADRID  – Cristiano Ronaldo became the first player to ever score in all six Champions League group games in one season as Real Madrid edged out a dispirited Borussia Dortmund 3-2 on Wednesday. Lucas Vazquez grabbed the winner nine minutes from time for the European champions, who were already guaranteed ...

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Hungarian MEP charged with spying on EU

Hungarian prosecutors have filed charges against a member of the European Parliament from the radical nationalist Jobbik party, in a probe into alleged spying for Russia. Bela Kovacs is accused of “engaging in espionage in the interests of a foreign state,” prosecutors said in a statement on Wednesday. The charges, ...

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Football: ‘Fab Four’ fire seven-goal Liverpool into last 16

LIVERPOOL  – Philippe Coutinho s first Liverpool hat-trick propelled Jurgen Klopp s side to a 7-0 thrashing of Spartak Moscow on Wednesday that swept the Merseyside club into the Champions League last 16. Sadio Mane scored twice and Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah both found the net as Liverpool s  Fab Four  emphatically ...

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