Everton striker Oumar Niasse is a victim of Sod's Law as well as FA's new rule
Liverpool Echo, 21 November at 14:53
On Saturday night, Everton's reborn and revitalised Oumar Niasse proudly declared: "I'm getting better and better. Hopefully, in three or four games I'm going to be 100 per cent to give my best." It is perhaps symptomatic of Everton's season so far
Helicopter called in to search for two children missing from Liberty Park, in Wainscott
Kent Online, 21 November at 14:26
A police helicopter is searching for two children who have been reported missing from the Strood area, amid rumours they were snatched in the early hours. Officers were called to the Liberty Park housing development in Wainscott shortly after 8am after ...
Two new I'm a Celebrity stars arrive in jungle via helicopter – see photos
hellomagazine.com, 21 November at 13:57
Two new contestants are set to join I'm a Celebrity later this week. Politician Kezia Dugdale, former deputy leader of the Scottish Labour party, and broadcaster Iain Lee, best known for co-presenting The 11 O'Clock Show, have been pictured boarding a ...
Nigeria mosque attack: teenage suicide bomber kills at least 50 people
The Guardian, 21 November at 13:54
Former Boko Haram captives at a camp near Mubi in 2015. The city had been peaceful since the military and civilian militias ousted the extremist group. Photograph: Reuters. Nigeria. Nigeria mosque attack: teenage suicide bomber kills at least 50 people.
Restoring North Korea to Terrorism Blacklist Dims Hopes for Talks
New York Times, 21 November at 13:53
SEOUL, South Korea — President Trump's re-designation of North Korea as a state sponsor of terrorism may have dashed cautious hopes in the region that talks and diplomacy would replace escalating tensions and bellicose threats, analysts said on ...
Benedict Allen defends not taking phone or GPS on Papua New Guinea expedition: 'I'm an expert in survival'
The Independent, 21 November at 13:49
The explorer Benedict Allen has defended his decision to set off into the Papua New Guinea jungle without any means to contact the outside world by saying: “I'm an expert in survival.” The 57-year-old British explorer was evacuated by helicopter from a ...
Zimbabwe has 'insatiable desire' for Mugabe exit: Ousted VP
Channel NewsAsia, 21 November at 13:25
University of Zimbabwe students with a portrait of ousted vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa at a demonstration in Harare on Monday. (Photo: AFP). 21 Nov 2017 06:25PM (Updated: 21 Nov 2017 06:25PM ) ...
Russia confirms radioactivity spike over Ural Mountains
Belfast Telegraph, 21 November at 13:21
Russian authorities have confirmed reports of a spike in radioactivity in the air over the Ural Mountains. The Russian Meteorological Service said it recorded the release of Ruthenium-106 in the southern Urals in late September and classified it as
Suicide bombing kills 50 in Nigeria
BBC News, 21 November at 13:08
At least 50 people have been killed in a suicide bombing in the north-eastern Nigerian town of Mubi, police say. A bomber struck inside a mosque packed with worshippers during morning prayers in Adamawa State. Witness Abubakar Sule told AFP news ...
With technology, these researchers are figuring out North Korea's nuclear secrets
Washington Post, 21 November at 13:04
MONTEREY, Calif. — There were reports going around last month that North Korea had tested another solid-fuel missile engine, a type of engine that can be deployed much faster than the older liquid-fueled ones. Kim Jong Un's media outlets hadn't
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