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June 22, 2017 2:29 AM MLB makes return to Puerto Rico in 2018

The Cleveland Indians and the Minnesota Twins will play a two-game MLB series in San Juan, Puerto Rico next season. MLB made the announcement on Wednesday, with the two games - counting as Minnesota home fixtures - taking place on April 17 and 18 at Hiram Bithorn Stadium in 2018. Next season's clashes will mark the first MLB games played in Puerto Rico since 6

June 20, 2017 12:15 PM ‘We'll BAN happy hour’ Magaluf mayor slams Brits and threatens to axe cheap booze

MAGALUF’S mayor has bullishly vowed to get rid of naughty party-loving Brits from the Mallorca resort. Brits have been living up to their name abroad with fights, boozy antics and public nakedness this summer. Mayor Alfonso Rodriguez Badal has said enough is enough and has called on bars to do away with happy hours. He called on party strip Punta Ballena 4

June 14, 2017 10:40 AM More than 100 IS fighters attack Iraqi forces in Mosul

BAGHDAD (AP) - More than 100 Islamic State militants launched a counterattack in Mosul on Wednesday, killing 11 Federal Police and four civilians in clashes that were still underway, Iraqi security officials said. The wide-scale assault underscored the extremist group's resilience in the city despite months of heavy fighting with Iraqi forces backed 4

June 13, 2017 2:37 PM Love Island 2017: Sam Gowland clashes with Chris Hughes over Olivia Attwood

Chris Hughes and Sam Gowland face off in tonight's Love Island 2017 in a big row. Sam gets word that Chris had been going behind his back to couple up with former partner Olivia, who dumped him this week. In the villa yesterday, a betrayed Sam approached "snakey" Chris: "I think after what I’ve been told we need a word..." Squaring up in the garden 15

June 11, 2017 9:00 PM Panathinaikos beats Olympiakos 66-51, wins Greek league

ATHENS, Greece (AP) - Panathinaikos won at rival Olympiakos 66-51 on Sunday to clinch its 35th Greek title in the deciding match of the best-of-five playoffs. The two teams had split the previous four games, each winning at home. The game almost didn't finish. With 1:56 left, and Panathinaikos ahead 66-49, a flare hit Panathinaikos' bench. The game resumed 7

June 11, 2017 10:02 AM US working to prevent ‘Iranian victory’ in Syria

Recent escalations on the Syria-Iraq border could spark wider confrontation between the US, Iran and Russia Beirut: US-backed forces have begun an assault on Raqqa, Daesh’s hub in northern Syria, and signs are that they could capture the long-sought target with relative ease. Yet the terror group’s commanders, who have withdrawn their toughest forces 28

June 10, 2017 4:41 AM Theresa May's aides in firing line after election woe

The PM is urged to ditch advisers Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill, who are accused of "rude, abusive and childish behaviour". Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill, who both earn £140,000 per year, are the target of Tory anger after Mrs May threw away the party's House of Commons majority with her gamble on a snap General Election. The joint Downing Street chiefs 22

June 7, 2017 2:04 AM Rain hands French fans bumper Day 11

PARIS, June 7 (Reuters) - Tennis fans with tickets for Roland Garros on Wednesday are in for a bumper day of action, after rain and storms caused cancellations on Tuesday. The squally conditions have evened things up in the men's draw, where all four quarter-finals will now be thrashed out on Day 11. Rafa Nadal and Novak Djokovic had been due to get a day off on Wednesday 3

June 3, 2017 5:05 PM Hilarious moment EDL were LAUGHED out of Liverpool to Benny Hill theme music

Twelve people arrested as far right and anti-fascist protestors gathered in city centre This is the hilarious moment EDL members were laughed out of Liverpool – to the sound of the Benny Hill theme music. The comedy song rang out across Lime Street as the far right group were forced to cut short their attempt to march through the city centre 10

May 29, 2017 11:00 PM Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn left bruised after General Election TV showdown

Both parties claimed victory after their leaders were quizzed on Sky News - but each politician dodged awkward questions. In the 90-minute programme, the Prime Minister was repeatedly challenged on her policy u-turns - while the Labour leader was grilled on his past support for the IRA. Both leaders dodged some awkward questions: Mr Corbyn on whether 9