Day: November 3, 2019

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Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino bemoans Heung-min Son’s red card after Andre Gomes’ horrific leg injury

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino does not think Heung-min Son should have been sent off for his tackle on Andre Gomes. The Everton midfielder suffered a terrible leg injury after a 78th-minute challenge from Son, who was subsequently reduced to tears

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Chile Cancels APEC Summit Where Trump Had Hoped to Sign China Accord

Oct.30 — The U.S. and China had seemed all set to sign a “phase 1” trade deal in a couple of weeks at the APEC Summit in Santiago, but now, Chile has cancelled the meeting due to ongoing protests. So

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Ann Packer Wins 800m Gold For Great Britain – Tokyo 1964 Olympics

Classic Olympic Highlights from the Tokyo 1964 Olympic Games as Ann Packer wins the women’s 800m gold medal for Great Britain. Subscribe to the Olympic channel: http://bit.ly/1dn6AV5 Despite being a very versatile athlete, at the Tokyo 1964 Games, Ann Packer

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Zuckerberg told investors the Instagram deal isn’t an antitrust issue

In brief: Zuckerberg’s latest argument about Facebook’s controversial acquisitions is that Instagram achieved its remarkable success because the parent company poured its resources in to make it happen. However, we’ll have to wait and see if regulators agree with his

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Infiltration: The plot to destroy the church from within

Pope Francis continues to draw criticism from traditional catholics who see him as a liberal that’s too heavily involved in politics and scandal. One America’s Jack Posobiec spoke with an author and has this from Washington. Visit us at: Website:

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