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Winslow II faces yet another rape charge

Former NFL tight end Kellen Winslow II had another rape charge filed against him by prosecutors in Vista, Calif. Already facing a number of felony charges, including rape and kidnapping, Winslow was arraigned late Thursday afternoon for raping an unconscious 17-year-old girl. The new charge, which followed a hearing earlier …

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EU denies 'insulting' claim Juncker was drunk at summit

The EU has denied “insulting” suggestions that European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker was drunk at this week’s NATO summit, saying he was suffering from sciatica. The 63-year-old was seen to be unsteady on his feet at the summit dinner in Brussels on Wednesday evening, and had to be helped away …

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Thousands gather in London to protest Trump visit

Tens of thousands of protesters have swarmed the streets of central London to protest during Donald Trump’s first visit to the UK as US President. Organisers of the Together Against Trump mass demonstration claimed they had been told by police that more than 100,000 protesters had joined the march by …

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'Together Against Trump', thousands protest in London

LONDON (Reuters) – Chanting “Donald Trump has got to go,” tens of thousands of protesters marched through London on Friday waving banners and banging pots to demonstrate against the U.S. president on his first official visit to Britain. Under a brilliant blue sky, demonstrators streamed through central London’s main streets …

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AT&T CEO confident Time Warner deal on solid ground

(Reuters) – The U.S. Justice Department has only a remote chance of overturning AT&T Inc’s takeover of Time Warner, Chief Executive Randall Stephenson said on Friday, adding that the move could affect the bidding war for Twenty-First Century Fox Inc. FILE PHOTO: Chief Executive Officer of AT&T Randall Stephenson speaks …

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Poland opposition boycotts parliament independence day centennial

WARSAW (Reuters) – Three Polish opposition parties boycotted a special session of parliament on Friday to mark the centennial of independence, in protest against changes by the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party they see as undermining democracy. People participate in the protest during the special joint session of Polish …

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