October 2016

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'It's bull crap': Anger at quarterback hits as Cam Newton and Alex Smith suffer

Cam Newton has expressed his frustration about what he feels is the NFLs failure to provide him with protection on the field Cam Newton has expressed his frustration about what he feels is the NFLs failure to provide him with protection on the field. Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) pic.twitter.com/ixLBxpOIRg October 30, 2016 Read more: https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2016/oct/30/cam-newton-quarterback-hits-alex-smith-nfl

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Turkey shuts 15 media outlets over alleged terrorist links

More than 10,000 civil servants are also dismissed as total number of outlets closed since failed coup rises to more than 160 Turkish authorities have passed two more emergency decrees shutting down 15 media outlets, including one of the worlds only womens news agencies, over alleged links with terrorist organisations. More than 10,000 civil servants

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Air quality worsens in Greece as recession bites

World pollutionwatch The ban on diesel cars in Athens and Thessaloniki has been lifted and the price of heating oil has tripled. Hard-pressed Greeks have turned to burning logs and other things Greeces financial recession is leaving its footprint on the environment. This follows twenty years of huge improvements in Greeces air pollution. While most

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Jrgen Klopp teaches Liverpool the art of filling space dynamically

Liverpool feature various forwards who drift around Philippe Coutinho, Adam Lallana and Sadio Man but in the 4-2 win at Crystal Palace they dovetailed superbly Liverpool remain a work in progress but its coming together promisingly. During Jrgen Klopps first campaign at Anfield the players adapted quickly to his high-energy, heavy-pressing system and regularly disrupted

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Yemen: death toll from Saudi-led airstrike on prisons rises to 58

Security chief says most of those killed were inmates, but Saudi-led coalition says building was command centre for rebel Houthis The number dead from a Saudi-led coalition airstrike on a prison complex in western Yemen has risen to 58, security officials have said. Abdel-Rahman al-Mansab, a security chief of the district of al-Zaydiya in the