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10 storylines to watch at Shriners Open

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The Shriners Hospitals for Children Open is back and with it, a certain amount of unpredictability.
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BREAKING: Abducted Italian priest regains freedom

Alexander Okere, Benin An Italian priest of the Catholic Church, Maurizio Pallu, ?who was kidnapped by gunmen in Edo State has been released. Details later…
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BREAKING: Monkeypox spreads to Delta, nine persons hospitalised

Ovie Okpare, Warri About nine persons have been allegedly hospitalised as the dreaded monkeypox disease hit Delta State. Sources told our correspondent on Thursday that six of the affected persons wer
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Woman charged with killing two sons while Nigerian husband was in detention

A 30-year-old woman, Kula Pelima, has been charged with drowning her infant son and the baby’s 5-year-old half-brother, police officials in Wilmington, USA said Tuesday. It was gathered that she kil
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We’ll declare independence if Spain suspends our autonomy, warns Catalan leader

Catalonia’s leader clarified Thursday that independence had not been declared, but warned he could go ahead with announcing a split from Spain if Madrid follows through on a threat to suspend th
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[Updated] Spain to press ahead to suspend Catalan autonomy, calls cabinet meeting

The Spanish government said Thursday it would press ahead with steps to suspend the autonomy of Catalonia, minutes after the region’s separatist leader threatened to unilaterally declare indepen
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Buhari congratulates ex-Agric minister, Adesina, on world food prize

Olalekan Adetayo, Abuja President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday said Nigeria remains proud of its former Minister of Agriculture, Dr. Akinwumi Adesina, for winning the 2017 World Food Prize Laureate. A
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Police plan fraud hotline modelled on 999 emergency number

Modelled on the 999 emergency number, the new bank fraud hotline would alert the major banks to illegal money transfers in a bid to help crack down on scams in Britain.
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MARKETS LIVE: FTSE 100 and Spain's IBEX fall

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Think Feinstein is a shoo-in for another term? Don't be shocked if voters shake things up

Anyone who thinks U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein has a lock on reelection is ignoring history. It’s rare, but it happens: An esteemed, powerful, senior politician is booted from office. The politica
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Taliban attackers kill 43 Afghan soldiers in attack on army camp

The Taliban have killed at least 43 Afghan soldiers in an attack that wiped out an army camp in the southern Kandahar province, the Defense Ministry said Thursday. Spokesman Dawlat Wazir said the
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From the Archives: 1980 homecoming for Tom Petty

Tom Petty died on Oct. 2, 2017. Here’s a previous From the Archives post covering his 1980 concert at the Inglewood Forum. In a Jan. 22, 1980, Los Angeles Times column, Robert Hilburn wrote: Som
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Mercosur/EU trade deal again faces French foot dragging with Irish support

France will propose changing the European Commission’s mandate to negotiate a trade deal with Mercosur bloc to include food safety provisions, its envoy to Brazil said on thi
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Through relatively simple, yet thorough, planning initiatives, an advisor can transform a once-bemoaned and feared topic – taxes – into an ongoing opportunity to protect a client’s capital from
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Will the Bank of England raise interest rates in November?

Over the past six months, the UK has seen a surprising turnaround in rate expectations, but could the base rate really rise in November?
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Chancellor hatches plans for pension raid on older savers

The Government is reportedly keen to woo young voters who are struggling financially. To pay for this, a raid on pensions tax breaks could be back on the table.
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