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A new European tournament is a welcome addition for those squeezed out of the Champions League. Open Court's 'unforced errors'. CNN's Open Court host Pat Cash admits he's no "one-take wonder." We've compiled some of our favorite show flubs. For Yankees, Rainout Complicates the A.L.C.S. Pitching Plan. With Wednesdays Game 4 postponed a day, the Yankees and Astros could end up playing on four straight days a stretch that could test the Yankees reliance on their bullpen.

The Amazon Kindle Oasis has pose appeal, but why not just buy a book? The Amazon Kindle Oasis waterproof and it's ultra-slim (albeit with a weird bulge on the back). The seven-inch screen is gorgeous. But it's very similar to the old Kindle Oasis. Former SS guard, 93, says he is 'haunted' by the 'images of misery and horror'. Safe and Secure Pharmacy -year-old German former Stutthof guard on trial in Hamburg on thousands of counts of accessory to murder testified Monday he regrets having served in a concentration camp. The rise and fall of Cool Britannia. From Union Jack dresses to Britpop chart battles on the night-time news, the Nineties was a time when everything that seemed to matter was bright, brash and British. Nakamura and Anand Again Separate Themselves From the Pack at Tata Steel. Hikaru Nakamura and Viswanathan Anand won their games in Round 10 on Thursday and are tied for the lead for the fourth time. Bauer Media closes nude mags People and Picture after pressure group campaigned to have them banned. Australian magazines Picture and The People, which are both published byBauer Media, will be pulled from production at the end of the year. Alt-J, Electric Ballroom review The nicest boys in polite rock. Alt-J are four Leeds University graduates with one claim to fame their debut album, An Awesome Wave, has just won the Mercury Music Prize for the Album of the Year. Best Offers ? You Might Be Surprised. Which rivalries are most intense? Can a team have more than one rival? What if the hatred isnt returned? Cheap Drugs wanted answers. Hillary Clinton, Michelle Obama, Michael Bloomberg field anxious requests to run. Democrats worried about whether their front runners could beat Trump are musing about others who could run including Hillary Clinton, Michelle Obama, Michael Bloomberg, Eric Holder and John Kerry. Scandal-hit NHS trust at centre of baby deaths review receives another warning. Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital Trust was told it failed to meet national standards following an inspection in April. The probe found young patients weren't been seen quick enough. Inside the Nordstrom Dynasty. One of the great family businesses faces the start-up age. Islanders Break Ground on Arena at Belmont Park. At the ceremonies, N.H.L. Commissioner Gary Bettman said seven more of this seasons games had been moved to Nassau Coliseum.

Five Saudi men sentenced to 32 years in prison and 4,500 lashes for holding a Valentine's Day party with 'unrelated women, drinking and dancing'. The law breaking men were caught at a rented rest house in Al-Farouq area of Buraidah and accused of holding a party with women who were unrelated. What to Cook This Week. Make like Gabrielle Hamilton, and make zhug, a vibrant green Yemeni sauce thats as at home atop hard-boiled eggs as it is on lamb and tofu. Shaun Edwards warns Wales about Springboks' wonder wings. WILL KELLEHER IN TOYKO If Wales are to realise their World Cup dream they first have to deal with the pocket rocket and the snake-hipped sensation. An Inspector Calls...Sopwell House in Hertfordshire. The Inspector says Sopwell House just outside St Albans is one of those hotels that 'strives to be all things to all people'. It has 128 rooms, two restaurants and a 14m spa is to open in August. Rutting bucks try to prove who's toughest as they lock antlers in London park brawl. Three fallow deer bucks were pictured battling it out in a London Park on Sunday trying to prove who's toughest of the herd. The male deer locked antlers in a brutal fight in Bushy Park, London. Faberge collection of the Royals goes on display in Buckingham Palace. This stunning collection of intricate works of art by Russian jeweller and goldsmith Peter Carl Faberg is what the Royal family has amassed in more than a century.
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