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Thursday, 20 July 2017

'THE STORY' EXCLUSIVE: Rosenstein says 'yes, I do' stand by call to fire Comey - 'THE STORY' EXCLUSIVE: Rosenstein mum on re-opening Clinton email investigation

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Hyd drug racket: Filmmaker quizzed for 12 hours

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The nearly 12-hour-long interrogation of ace Tollywood director Puri Jagannadh by sleuths of the prohibition and excise department on Wednesday had all the makings of a nail-biting thriller.
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Guess Who This Caliente Kid Turned Into!

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Via TMZ.com by TMZ Staff
Before this attitude-bearing babe was showin' sass for the camera, she was just another hip little lady growing up in Barranquilla, Colombia. Can you guess who she is?

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Unilever first half sales rise despite margarine slump

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Consumer goods giant plans to sell or spin off spreads business
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How to make the perfect vegetarian scotch eggs

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Via Network Front | The Guardian by Felicity Cloake

This picnic staple is usually nestled in a cocoon of sausage, but should a meat-free option try to replicate it or go off-piste? And what coating gives the crispiest crunch?

It's an unfortunate fact that many of the best things on the traditional British picnic menu are sausage-based, leaving vegetarian and non-pork-eating guests stuck with bread and cheese. This would be no real hardship were not for the fact that even many non-meat eaters find that scotch eggs have a way of making eyes at you from the other side of the rug, flaunting their bright yolks and crunchy crumb in a way that's really quite unreasonable.

The popularity of the scotch egg at such occasions is partly explained by the fact that, like the Cornish pasty, or the sausage roll, it's a robustly portable sure-fire crowd pleaser that is likely to arrive in better condition than the unfortunate quiche or sweating salad; and given the existence of the vegetarian sausage, there seems no good reason that non meat-eaters should miss out. There are a few commercially produced examples on the market, but you can't beat a freshly made scotch egg, the coating still crisp, the egg just warm – and, in most cases, that means getting stuck in at home.

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All for the best Brexit in the best of all possible worlds? | Letters

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The former Europe minister Denis MacShane wonders why Labour wants to leave the single market when its supporters don't; Philippa Stroud defends the Legatum Institute; Bert Schouwenberg says access to the single market and customs union on current EU rules would be a disaster for the working class

Miriam González Durántez is right to raise questions about the US-funded rightwing Legatum Institute, which from its Mayfair mansion has become the main cheerleader for Brexit on the basis of anti-European ideology and little knowledge of how trade works (How to beat the Brexit clock, 19 July).

But she is wrong to say British business should take over negotiations. This is the category error that many make – namely, that there is a business-type "deal" based on splitting differences, and that with more knowledgable EU experts than the current British Brexit minister all would be well.

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Justine Damond shooting: US lawyer hits back at officer's ambush claims

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Robert Bennett, who is representing the family of the Australian shot dead by police, says Damond 'obviously wasn't armed' and 'was not a threat to anyone'

A US lawyer representing the family of Justine Damond, the Australian who was shot dead by police in Minneapolis, has hit back at claims the officer who fired the shots may have thought he was being ambushed.

Robert Bennett, who has represented police shooting victims including Philando Castile, told US network CBS that Damond was in her pyjamas at the time and clearly did not present a threat.

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Bengaluru man plays guitar during brain surgery

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Wanda Boss Clarifies Debt Position as Sentiment Turns Against Deal Makers

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Via Variety by Patrick Frater
Wang Jianlin, founder and chairman of China's Dalian Wanda, Thursday moved to reassure financial markets about his company's solvency. But there is a growing swell of discontent with financial excess. "Once the transaction with Sunac and R&F Properties is completed, Wanda Commercial will have nearly $29 billion (RMB200 billion) in loans plus bonds. We have... Read more »
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Singapore Airlines reviews nut policy after toddler scare

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A debate is raging after a toddler had an allergic reaction to peanuts served to others on board.
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Brexit: British and EU negotiators to outline progress

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David Davis and Michel Barnier will discuss progress in talks on citizen's rights and the Irish border.
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MH370 search reveals hidden undersea world

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MH370 search reveals hidden undersea worldThe painstaking search for missing flight MH370 has uncovered a previously unknown undersea world of volcanoes, deep valleys and soaring ridges, according to detailed maps released by Australia. Although no trace of the Malaysia Airlines plane was found during the search in the southern Indian Ocean -- the most expensive ever of its kind -- large volumes of data showing a detailed picture of the sea floor had to be collected to guide the probe. "It is estimated that only 10 to 15 percent of the world's oceans have been surveyed with the kind of tec hnology used in the search for MH370," Geoscience Australia's environmental geoscience chief Stuart Minchin said late Wednesday.


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O.J. Simpson asks for early release from prison

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O.J. Simpson is scheduled to appear before a parole board in Nevada on Thursday in a hearing that will decide whether one of America's most notorious prisoners will be released.
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