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Norway mourns 77 dead a decade after extremist attack
# Norway Massacre
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# Norway Massacre

Norway mourns 77 dead a decade after extremist attack

Thu 5:40 PM 17,573 Views 6 Comments

In 2011, a right-wing extremist set off a bomb in Oslo, killing eight people, before heading to Utoya island where he shot dead 69 others.

Syrian schoolboy wins libel case against far-right figure Tommy Robinson
# Libel Case
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# Libel Case

Syrian schoolboy wins libel case against far-right figure Tommy Robinson

Thu 3:01 PM 27,880 Views 0 Comments

The English Defence League founder was sued by Jamal Hijazi who was filmed being assaulted at his school in 2018.

New signing Demarai Gray vows to help get Everton ‘right up there’
# Toffees
# Toffees

New signing Demarai Gray vows to help get Everton ‘right up there’

Thu 1:12 PM 5,318 Views 2 Comments

The 25-year-old was a Premier League winner with Leicester in 2016.

Ange Postecoglou: Special response from Celtic fans is why I love football
# Joy
# Joy

Ange Postecoglou: Special response from Celtic fans is why I love football

Thu 10:37 AM 4,762 Views 2 Comments

The crowd gave the new manager a huge cheer when he was introduced before the 1-1 draw.

Tuesday 20 July, 2021

'I don’t think we will ever be as badly prepared as we were tonight' - Celtic's Postecoglou
# Underwhelming
# Underwhelming

'I don’t think we will ever be as badly prepared as we were tonight' - Celtic's Postecoglou

Tue 11:13 PM 13,240 Views 1 Comment

The Hoops drew 1-1 with Danish side Midtjylland at Parkhead in their opening Champions League qualifier.

19-year-old impresses as Celtic held in Champions League amid dramatic start for new boss
# Report
# Report

19-year-old impresses as Celtic held in Champions League amid dramatic start for new boss

Tue 10:12 PM 11,130 Views 1 Comment

Liel Abada scored for the Hoops but Evander equalised and each team had a man sent off.

France probes use of Pegasus spyware with Emmanuel Macron a possible target
# NSO
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# NSO

France probes use of Pegasus spyware with Emmanuel Macron a possible target

Tue 9:53 PM 18,377 Views 10 Comments

The Paris prosecutor’s office is investigating the suspected use of spyware to target journalists, human rights activists and politicians in multiple countries.

Potential opportunity for Irish international as Begovic leaves Bournemouth
# Changes
# Changes

Potential opportunity for Irish international as Begovic leaves Bournemouth

Tue 9:04 PM 7,688 Views 0 Comments

Mark Travers could be set for a run in the first team following the Bosnia international’s departure.

Organisers refuse to rule out cancelling Olympics despite IOC insisting it’s not an option
# At Odds
# At Odds

Organisers refuse to rule out cancelling Olympics despite IOC insisting it’s not an option

Updated Tue 4:41 PM 3,851 Views 0 Comments

These latest comments from the head of the Tokyo Organising Committee come hours after Thomas Bach spoke of the need to drive on with plans.

Monday 19 July, 2021

Anti-lockdown protests held in London hours after final Covid-19 restrictions lifted in England
# Freedom Day
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# Freedom Day

Anti-lockdown protests held in London hours after final Covid-19 restrictions lifted in England

Updated Mon 8:45 PM 61,081 Views 65 Comments

Protesters chanted ‘shame on police’ and ‘arrest Boris Johnson’ as they gathered in London today.

US Capitol rioter sentenced to eight months in jail
# 6 January
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# 6 January

US Capitol rioter sentenced to eight months in jail

Mon 6:37 PM 28,010 Views 26 Comments

Paul Allard Hodgkins apologised and said he was ashamed of his actions on 6 January.

Injuries reported after car rams into pedestrian area in Spain’s Marbella
# Incident
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# Incident

Injuries reported after car rams into pedestrian area in Spain’s Marbella

Mon 5:28 PM 35,127 Views 4 Comments

The driver has been arrested.

BBC Panorama documentary to focus on fate of ex-racehorses
# Investigation
# Investigation

BBC Panorama documentary to focus on fate of ex-racehorses

Mon 9:41 AM 6,500 Views 1 Comment

‘The Dark Side of Horse Racing’ will be shown at 8.30pm this evening.

'I don’t know if there is much to look forward to' - McIlroy's mixed feelings on Olympics
# Out Of Sorts
# Out Of Sorts

'I don’t know if there is much to look forward to' - McIlroy's mixed feelings on Olympics

Mon 8:44 AM 6,983 Views 10 Comments

The Northern Irishman is not looking forward to his trip to Japan because of stringent protocols enforced to fight the spread of the virus.

Lewis Hamilton insists he did nothing wrong after being accused of putting rival's life at risk
# Argument
# Argument

Lewis Hamilton insists he did nothing wrong after being accused of putting rival's life at risk

Mon 8:25 AM 10,050 Views 18 Comments

The British star was criticised for making ‘an amateur’s mistake and a desperate mistake’.

Sunday 18 July, 2021

Coco Gauff pulls out of Olympics in Japan after testing positive for Covid-19
# Ruled Out
# Ruled Out

Coco Gauff pulls out of Olympics in Japan after testing positive for Covid-19

Sun 10:08 PM 4,488 Views 4 Comments

The 17-year-old was due to represent the USA in the Tokyo games.

Marc Guehi completes an £18million switch from Chelsea to Crystal Palace
# On The Move
# On The Move

Marc Guehi completes an £18million switch from Chelsea to Crystal Palace

Sun 8:48 PM 9,173 Views 1 Comment

The 21-year-old has signed a five-year deal with the Eagles.

American Collin Morikawa seals thrilling two-shot victory on Open debut
# History Maker
# History Maker

American Collin Morikawa seals thrilling two-shot victory on Open debut

Sun 7:03 PM 28,642 Views 16 Comments

Defending champion Shane Lowry finished in a tie for 12th.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer yet to make decision over Marcus Rashford shoulder surgery
# United
# United

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer yet to make decision over Marcus Rashford shoulder surgery

Sun 5:31 PM 6,450 Views 5 Comments

The England forward was hampered by the longstanding problem throughout last season.

Insinuendo claims Curragh honours in Kilboy contest
# Curragh
# Curragh

Insinuendo claims Curragh honours in Kilboy contest

Updated Sun 5:16 PM 3,120 Views 2 Comments

Meanwhile Order Of Australia won the Romanised Minstrel Stakes.

Friday 16 July, 2021

Two arrested on suspicion of helping ticketless fans storm Euros final
# Euros
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# Euros

Two arrested on suspicion of helping ticketless fans storm Euros final

Jul 16th 2021, 9:58 PM 25,449 Views 11 Comments

The pair are suspected of stealing ‘items’ to enable those without tickets to get into Wembley last Sunday night.

SDLP leader received death threats after naming Soldier F
# Colum Eastwood
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# Colum Eastwood

SDLP leader received death threats after naming Soldier F

Jul 16th 2021, 7:17 PM 19,411 Views 0 Comments

Colum Eastwood used parliamentary privilege to name the veteran who cannot be named for legal reasons.

In photos: Lives lost and homes destroyed as devastating floods sweep Europe
# Extreme Weather
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# Extreme Weather

In photos: Lives lost and homes destroyed as devastating floods sweep Europe

Jul 16th 2021, 12:31 PM 23,417 Views 5 Comments

Thousands are homeless after days of heavy storms that caused flash floods in Germany and Belgium.

Thursday 15 July, 2021

England flanker given 4-match ban for striking with knee
# Punishment
# Punishment

England flanker given 4-match ban for striking with knee

Jul 15th 2021, 11:14 PM 9,762 Views 2 Comments

Lewis Ludlow was captaining his country against Canada for a second successive match.

Man United defender unimpressed as Adidas puts wrong name on picture
# Error
# Error

Man United defender unimpressed as Adidas puts wrong name on picture

Jul 15th 2021, 10:42 PM 15,295 Views 17 Comments

The kit suppliers put the name ‘Amy Turner’ alongside a picture of the 25-year-old on promotional material.

Former England rugby player Mike Tindall reveals he broke up fight at Euro 2020 final
# Intervention
# Intervention

Former England rugby player Mike Tindall reveals he broke up fight at Euro 2020 final

Updated Jul 15th 2021, 8:01 PM 62,414 Views 35 Comments

‘The guy on the floor had blood all over him.’

Tadej Pogacar dominates in the mountains to close on Tour de France victory
# Tour De Force
# Tour De Force

Tadej Pogacar dominates in the mountains to close on Tour de France victory

Jul 15th 2021, 5:39 PM 2,511 Views 1 Comment

The defending champion claimed his second consecutive stage win on summit finishes by racing clear up Luz Ardiden.

Wednesday 14 July, 2021

Celtic snap up Israel winger Liel Abada
# New Bhoy
# New Bhoy

Celtic snap up Israel winger Liel Abada

Jul 14th 2021, 11:03 PM 7,628 Views 4 Comments

The 19-year-old netted 20 goals in 76 games in all for Maccabi Petah Tikva.

Tuesday 13 July, 2021

Brooks Koepka reveals origin of feud with Bryson DeChambeau
# Looking Back
# Looking Back

Brooks Koepka reveals origin of feud with Bryson DeChambeau

Jul 13th 2021, 4:53 PM 9,808 Views 0 Comments

The golf star held court at Royal St George’s on Tuesday.

After over a year without a club, Daniel Sturridge to begin training with Real Mallorca
# Opportunity Knocks
# Opportunity Knocks

After over a year without a club, Daniel Sturridge to begin training with Real Mallorca

Jul 13th 2021, 3:43 PM 7,911 Views 2 Comments

The 31-year-old last played for Turkey’s Trabzonspor during the 2019-20 season.

Repaired Rashford mural ‘now a symbol of love and solidarity’
# Racism
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# Racism

Repaired Rashford mural ‘now a symbol of love and solidarity’

Jul 13th 2021, 2:46 PM 27,316 Views 36 Comments

The wall art was defaced with racist slogans after England’s Euro 2020 final loss to Italy.

Flash floods cause chaos as London receives a month's worth of rain in one day
# London
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# London

Flash floods cause chaos as London receives a month's worth of rain in one day

Jul 13th 2021, 11:43 AM 35,188 Views 13 Comments

Photos posted on social media show cars submerged on flooded roads.

Monday 12 July, 2021

'Football’s Coming Home' motivated Italy, says Leonardo Bonucci
# Up For It
# Up For It

'Football’s Coming Home' motivated Italy, says Leonardo Bonucci

Jul 12th 2021, 2:44 PM 7,295 Views 4 Comments

The victory extends the Azzurri’s unbeaten run to 34 games.

Mourinho critical of decision to give Saka crucial penalty, while Grealish responds to Roy Keane comments
# Reaction
# Reaction

Mourinho critical of decision to give Saka crucial penalty, while Grealish responds to Roy Keane comments

Jul 12th 2021, 1:43 PM 13,649 Views 8 Comments

The Arsenal forward’s penalty was saved by Gianluigi Donnarumma to hand Italy victory at Wembley.

Sunday 11 July, 2021

Richard Branson and Virgin Galactic crew fly to edge of space
# Billionaire Space Race
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# Billionaire Space Race

Richard Branson and Virgin Galactic crew fly to edge of space

Updated Jul 11th 2021, 4:59 PM 54,730 Views 74 Comments

Branson is the first owner-astronaut to take part in a mission.

Saturday 10 July, 2021

England’s bench could have made it to the final - Chiellini
# Claim
# Claim

England’s bench could have made it to the final - Chiellini

Jul 10th 2021, 9:42 PM 10,487 Views 7 Comments

Gareth Southgate’s squad face the Azzurri at Wembley on Sunday looking to win a first major international tournament since the 1966 World Cup.

Matt Fitzpatrick shares Scottish Open lead with Thomas Detry, Padraig Harrington trails by four
# As It Stands
# As It Stands

Matt Fitzpatrick shares Scottish Open lead with Thomas Detry, Padraig Harrington trails by four

Jul 10th 2021, 9:22 PM 3,035 Views 0 Comments

World number one Jon Rahm was ominously poised a shot off the pace.

Marcus Smith pilots England to win over Canada before winning Lions call-up
# Day To Remember
# Day To Remember

Marcus Smith pilots England to win over Canada before winning Lions call-up

Jul 10th 2021, 7:46 PM 8,305 Views 12 Comments

The player’s madcap month took another remarkable twist.

Starman proves class act in July Cup
# Winning
# Winning

Starman proves class act in July Cup

Jul 10th 2021, 6:15 PM 1,736 Views 0 Comments

Ed Walker’s sprinter was the emphatic winner at Newmarket.

Harry Kane on the Edge of Tomorrow but finds time to take call from Tom Cruise
# COULDN'T SCRIPT IT
# COULDN'T SCRIPT IT

Harry Kane on the Edge of Tomorrow but finds time to take call from Tom Cruise

Jul 10th 2021, 5:52 PM 7,637 Views 5 Comments

The Three Lions are hoping to win their first major final in 55 years at Wembley on Sunday.

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