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Stormy Daniels given key to the city of West Hollywood

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption West Hollywood proclaimed 23 May Stormy Daniels Day and presented her with a key to the city The California city of West Hollywood has proclaimed 23 May Stormy Daniels Day. In a ceremony at the Chi Chi La Rue sex shop, West Hollywood granted ...

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Birmingham man fails to overturn gang injunction

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Gun injunctions do not breach laws Gang injunctions that can ban individuals from towns and cities do not breach European human rights laws, a court has ruled. Appeal court judges made the ruling after a challenge by a 21-year-old who was made the subject ...

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NFL clubs to be fined if players kneel during anthem

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionRavens and Jaguars defied President Trump at Wembley after his comments NFL teams will be fined if players kneel for the US national anthem under a new policy. The American football league said players who do not stand for the Star-Spangled Banner ...

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Wales’ rail and Metro franchise to be run by KeolisAmey

Image copyright Porter Gifford/Keolis Image caption Keolis runs transport systems train in Boston, USA A £5bn contract to run Wales’ rail service for the next 15 years has been awarded to two European firms, who will run it jointly. France’s Keolis and Spanish-owned Amey’s bid triumphed over a rival offer ...

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Author Philip Roth dies aged 85

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Philip Roth wrote more than 30 books One of the great American authors, Philip Roth, has died aged 85. The Pulitzer, National Book Award and Man Booker International Prize-winning novelist’s work drew its inspiration from Jewish family life, sex and American ideals. His works included ...

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Teenage terror suspect tells court of ‘ninja’ jibes

Image copyright Julia Quenzler A teenage girl accused of plotting an attack on the British Museum in London said she was drawn to Syria after facing discrimination in the UK, a court has heard. Giving evidence to the Old Bailey, Safaa Boular, 18, said people called her names like “ninja, ...

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