Pret a Manger and BA face questions over girl’s allergy death on plane
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Inquest into death of Natasha Ednan-Laperouse will focus on food packaging ‘loophole’ and cabin crew’s training
Round-the-world sailor rescued after injury traps him in bunk
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Abhilash Tomy was hurt when his vessel was damaged 2,200 miles from shore
Indonesian teenager survives 49 days adrift at sea in fishing hut
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Aldi Novel Adilang, 19, was working alone in a ‘rompong’ when heavy winds snapped its moorings
Motionball bigger than ever as funds raised for Manitoba Special Olympics athletes
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A record 60-plus teams took part in Motionball, a fundraiser for Special Olympics athletes in Manitoba.
Italian government approves Salvini bill targeting migrants
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Far-right leader’s decree would suspend asylum process for the ‘socially dangerous’
Mouscron: Le Rotaract Wallonie picarde est à la recherche de nouveaux membres - Blog Mouscron
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Le Rotaract Wallonie picarde est une association caritative regroupant des jeunes étudiants ou travailleurs de la région de la Wallonie picarde....
No 10 requests German president be invited to wreath-laying at Cenotaph
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Memo from Theresa May’s defence adviser reveals plans for 100th anniversary of end of the first world war
Chloe Kim On Post-Olympics Life, Self-Care, & Being An Asian-American Icon
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Refinery29 sits down with Olympic Gold medalist Chloe Kim to discuss her partnership with Laneige, and how she feels about being an Asian-American icon.
World Equestrian Games Over but Bellissimo Back in Saddle
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Mark Bellissimo, the man who brought the FEI World Equestrian Games (WEG) to this bucolic corner of recession ravaged North Carolina is widely viewed as a savior for bringing jobs and hope to the depressed region.
Yashar Bashirov: Karate one of 20 kinds of sports at Olympics thanks to Azerbaijani president’s support
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Trend news agency interviewed President of the National Karate Federation of Azerbaijan, Honored Master of Sports, Member of the National Olympic Committee, Holder of the eighth-degree black belt in karate, Yashar Bashirov.
MO Special Olympics president to retire in 2019
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Mark Mussom Special Olympics Missouri President and CEO, announced he is retiring on March 31, 2019.
Hundreds gather in Mitchell for state Special Olympics
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Hundreds of athletes traveled to Mitchell over the weekend to compete in the Special Olympics Fall Classic 2018 at the sports facilities at Cadwell Park.Melanie Frosch, vice president of sports and competition at Special Olympics of South Dakota (SOSD), was pleased with the high turnout and finds Mitchell...
Rod Rosenstein, deputy attorney general, to meet Trump amid resignation reports
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Reports had said official overseeing investigation of Russian election interference and links to Trump campaign would resign
Revolutionary spinal cord implant helps paralysed patients walk again
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Researchers implanted electrodes in the lower backs of five patients, all of whom regained some movement
Maldives marine artwork destroyed for being a 'threat to Islamic unity'
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Sea sculpture by artist Jason deCaires Taylor demolished by authorities after court rules human forms depicted in the work are anti-Islamic
2018 World Road Cycling Championships broadcast schedule
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Peter Sagan can match Eddy Merckx, but it?s looking unlikely.
Special Olympics athletes, DeSales students compete in soccer games
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Dozens of Special Olympics athletes brought their best soccer game to DeSales University.
Spectacular close to London Games
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The curtain closes on the London Olympics with a spectacular musical ceremony and the official handover to the next host city, Rio de Janeiro.
World reaction: Olympics verdicts
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With the London 2012 Olympics over, how have the Games been judged around the world?
London 2012: Olympics and Paralympics £528m under budget
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Government figures say the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games came in £528m under budget at a cost of £8.77bn.
Lord Coe will stand to be British Olympic Association chairman
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Lord Coe confirms he will stand to replace Lord Moynihan as chairman of the British Olympic Association.
Yashar Bashirov: Karate one of 20 kinds of sports at Olympics thanks to Azerbaijani president's support (INTERVIEW)
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(MENAFN - Trend News Agency ) Baku, Azerbaijan, Sept. 24 By Ceyhun Alakbarov – Trend: Trend news agency interviewed President of the
Cambage leads Aussie Opals in successful World Cup start
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The Australian Opals have made it two victories in a row at the 2018 FIBA Women's World Cup, winning against Nigeria 86-68 before controlling their contest against Argentina, 84-43.
Deadly Yemen famine could strike at any time, warns UN boss
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Humanitarian chief Mark Lowcock fears a ‘huge loss of life’ as fighting continues
Boxer Shelford aiming high at 2018 Youth Olympics
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The New Zealand U57kg age group champion has won two silver medals at two separate international competitions earlier this year. 
Sports shorts: Focus on 2020 Olympics, says Rathore
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A summary of sports events and persons who made news on Sunday
Advocates want voters to have final say in Denver Winter Olympics bid
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DENVER, Colo. — The idea of Denver -- and Colorado as a whole -- hosting a winter Olympic Games has a long history and draws strong opinions. Sunday night in Denver's RiNo neighborhood, a crowd discussed why voters should have a final say in the matter. “We just don’t think public money should be spent towards that,” said Let Denver Vote organizer Brandon Rietheimer.
Brett Kavanaugh faces second allegation of sexual misconduct
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Deborah Ramirez, who attended Yale with Kavanaugh, has described a drunken party during which genitals were thrust in her face
Zika Outbreak Means It Is Now Time To Cancel Rio Olympics
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Given the Zika virus outbreak, the International Olympic Committee needs to either move the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, postpone them, or cancel them. Prevention is the best course in the face of a serious threat to humanity.
Equestrian: World Games Battle Through to the End
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After extreme heat, a hurricane and the premature death of "Barack Obama" it is doubtful few, if any, major sporting events have been dealt a tougher hand than the FEI World Equestrian Games (WEG).
Wall Street amorphe, tensions commerciales persistantes
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Wall Street n'affiche pratiquement pas d'