Britain’s Geoghegan Hart rides to Giro d’Italia victory

Issued on: 25/10/2020 – 17:30 Britain’s Tao Geoghegan Hart of Team Ineos won cycling’s Giro d’Italia on Sunday ahead of Australian rival Jai Hindley after the final stage race against

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Hamilton overtakes Schumacher with record 92nd win after Portuguese GP victory

Lewis Hamilton became Formula One’s record all-time race-winner on Sunday when he claimed his 92nd victory at the Portuguese Grand Prix to pass Michael Schumacher at the top of the

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Fresh protests erupt in Belarus ahead of national strike ultimatum

Issued on: 25/10/2020 – 16:17 Tens of thousands of people marched through Minsk and other cities on Sunday, keeping pressure on Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko a day before the opposition

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Thousands of Iraqis take to streets to mark anti-govt protests anniversary

Issued on: 25/10/2020 – 14:53 Thousands of protesters took to the streets on Sunday to mark one year since mass anti-government demonstrations swept Baghdad and Iraq’s south, sparking calls to

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‘A racist buffoon’: Borat actor Sacha Baron Cohen hits back after Donald Trump calls him ‘creepy’ | UK News

Borat star Sacha Baron Cohen has hit back at Donald Trump after the US president called him a “creep” and a “phoney guy”. Baron Cohen told Mr Trump “I don’t

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Seychelles opposition leader Ramkalawan wins presidency in landmark victory

Issued on: 25/10/2020 – 12:33Modified: 25/10/2020 – 12:34 The Seychelles presidential election has seen an upset, with the electoral commission on Sunday declaring longtime opposition contender Wavel Ramkalawan the winner

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Chileans to vote on changing Pinochet-era constitution

Issued on: 25/10/2020 – 11:34 A year to the day after more than one million people thronged downtown Santiago in the biggest march of Chile’s social uprising, Chileans vote Sunday

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Misty Copeland: Ballet’s listening after George Floyd

“As the world is changing, as it grows more diverse, if the ballet world doesn’t evolve with it, then it’s going to die,” Misty Copeland tells reporter Jenna Adae. The

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Samsung chairman Lee Kun-hee, head of South Korea’s biggest conglomerate, dies at 78 | World News

SEOUL: Lee Kun-hee, the charismatic leader of Samsung Group, South Korea’s biggest conglomerate, died on Sunday, the company said, six years he was hospitalised for a heart attack. Lee, who

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The cliché-ridden American fantasy of ‘Emily in Paris’

Issued on: 23/10/2020 – 17:17 It’s the show Parisians love to hate: Alison Sargent talks to Olivia Salazar-Winspear about “Emily in Paris”, with insight from native Parisian and historian Arthur

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