1 October 2019 News

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News from 01/10/2019

Bayern hand Spurs record defeat as Real Madrid blushes spared

Serge Gnabry scored four second-half goals as Bayern Munich came from behind to hand last season's runners-up Tottenham Hotspur a stunning 7-2...

Three things we learned from Spurs v Bayern Munich

Bayern Munich humiliated Tottenham with an incredible 7-2 win in Champions League Group B on Tuesday.Here, AFP Sport looks at three things we...

Gnabry scores four as Bayern batter Spurs 7-2 in Champions League

Serge Gnabry scored four second-half goals as Bayern Munich embarrassed Tottenham 7-2 on Tuesday, meaning last season's Champions League finalists...

Artist Banksy opens pop-up shop in trademark dispute

Art fans and curious shoppers crowded around a disused shop in south London on Monday after notorious street artist Banksy set up a mini art...

Trump administration pushes back against impeachment probe

The Trump administration pushed back hard Tuesday against the impeachment investigation of the president, accusing Democrats of bullying and...

Britain faces limited Brexit options as deadline looms

Britain is hurtling toward its October 31 departure from the European Union without a plan for unwinding 46 years of intricate trade ties.Prime...

Spanish man dies during customs raid off Gibraltar

A Spanish man suspected of smuggling tobacco died when his boat collided with a Gibraltarian coastguard vessel, sparking tensions in a nearby...

Pompeo accuses Democrats of bullying in impeachment probe

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Tuesday accused Democrats of intimidation in their impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump and refused...

Nissan to review Qashqai UK decision if no-deal Brexit : source

Japan's Nissan will review its decision to make a new Qashqai car in Britain if there is a no-deal Brexit, a source with knowledge of the matter...

UK launches probe of Thomas Cook auditors

Britain on Tuesday launched an investigation into the auditors who signed off on accounts for the now-bankrupt holiday giant Thomas Cook, as...

French ex-president Sarkozy to face campaign finance trial

A French court on Tuesday ordered Nicolas Sarkozy to stand trial for illicit campaign financing, adding to the ex-president's legal woes as he...

One dead, 10 injured in attack at Finnish vocational college

A man armed with a bladed weapon attacked students at a vocational college in eastern Finland on Tuesday, killing one person and injuring nine...

Former French president Sarkozy to stand trial for illegal campaign financing

Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy lost a final court appeal Tuesday against an order that he stand trial on charges of illegal financing...

Hopes fade for six feared trapped after Taiwan bridge collapse

Hopes were fading late Tuesday for six missing people believed to be trapped when a bridge in Taiwan collapsed onto a group of fishing boats...

UK says to table Brexit plan ‘shortly’

Britain will give the EU new proposals for a Brexit deal "shortly", Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Tuesday, but rejected reports it would...

N.Korea says to hold nuclear talks with US on Saturday

North Korea and the United States will hold working-level nuclear talks on Saturday, Pyongyang said, signalling the resumption of a dialogue...

Top coach barred from World Championships after doping scandal

The World Athletics Championships was rocked by a drugs scandal on Tuesday after top coach Alberto Salazar was banned for doping, dealing a fresh...

N.Korea says to hold nuclear talks with US on Saturday

North Korea on Tuesday said it will hold working-level nuclear talks with the US on Saturday, signalling the resumption of much-anticipated negotiations...

Britain’s Johnson to table new Brexit plan ‘very soon’

Britain will table new proposals on a Brexit deal "very soon", Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Tuesday, while distancing himself from a leaked...

Murray beats US Open semi-finalist for best win since surgery

Andy Murray claimed his biggest scalp since career-saving hip surgery with victory over 13th-ranked Matteo Berrettini at the China Open on Tuesday.The...

Massive iceberg breaks off Antarctica — but it’s normal

A more than 600-square-mile iceberg broke off Antarctica in recent days, but the event is part of a normal cycle and is not related to climate...

Taiwan bridge collapses, at least 14 injured

A bridge collapsed in northeastern Taiwan on Tuesday injuring at least 14 people as it smashed down on to fishing vessels moored underneath and...

Bike riding courses offer Finland’s immigrants new freedom

It's a skill you never forget once learnt, as the saying goes: Now immigrants to Finland can receive free cycling lessons to help them better...

Red meat unhealthy? Maybe not, after all.

Cutting back on red meat is standard medical advice to prevent cancer and heart disease -- but a review of dozens of studies has concluded that...

All Black Savea, fearing blindness, to wear goggles at Rugby World Cup

All Blacks loose forward Ardie Savea will become the first player to wear goggles at a Rugby World Cup as he battles vision problems that have...

Twitter lets users sideline unwanted direct messages

Twitter on Monday said it is rolling out a filter that will hide away unwanted direct messages, providing a new tool to stymie abuse.Twitter...

Security ramped up as Hong Kong braces for China anniversary clashes

Police fanned out across Hong Kong on Tuesday in a bid to deter pro-democracy protests as the city marked communist China's 70th birthday, with...

Salzburg’s youngster Haaland set to shine at Anfield

Salzburg's red-hot teenage striker Erling Braut Haaland, will have the chance to measure himself against Liverpool's dazzling collection of attackers...

China celebrates 70 years as Hong Kong braces for unrest

Crowds took their seats at Beijing's Tiananmen Square on Tuesday for a huge military parade to celebrate 70 years of Communist Party rule, as...

WeWork to withdraw IPO as it enters austerity mode

WeWork, which replaced its controversial chief executive last week, announced Monday that it will withdraw a plan to go public for now as it...

California governor moves to allow college athletes to be paid

The governor of California Gavin Newsom is spearheading a move to allow American college athletes be paid despite pushback from the National...

Warholm seals hurdles double as Lasitskene clinches hat-trick

Norway's Karsten Warholm retained his 400m hurdles World Championship crown with a barnstorming victory in Doha Monday as Russia's Mariya Lasitskene...

Facebook to pay ‘subset’ of news tab publishers

Facebook said Monday it plans to pay only a portion of the publishers whose stories appear in a news "tab" set to launch in the weeks ahead.Facebook...

Police video of woman singing opera in LA metro goes viral

A video posted by police of a homeless woman singing opera in the Los Angeles metro has gone viral and prompted calls for her to be on a grand...

Australian PM confirms Trump asked for help investigating Mueller probe

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has confirmed that US President Donald Trump asked him to help gather information for an inquiry into...

Global opera legend Jessye Norman dies at 74

Superstar singer Jessye Norman, an American soprano who showcased her majestic yet intimate voice at opera houses and orchestras around the world,...