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    Trump labels NATO ‘obsolete’ in newspaper interview
    Jan16

    Trump labels NATO ‘obsolete’ in newspaper interview

    Frankfurt am Main, Jan 16: (AFP) The NATO alliance is an “obsolete” organisation, US President-elect Donald Trump has said in an interview, complaining that the pact had “not bothered about terrorism”.”I said a long time ago that NATO had problems. Number one it was obsolete, because it was designed many, many years ago,” Trump told the...

    Tennis: Murray takes aim at Aussie Open jinx
    Jan15

    Tennis: Murray takes aim at Aussie Open jinx

    MELBOURNE (AFP) – Andy Murray sets out Monday to end a record run of Australian Open final defeats as his great rival Novak Djokovic vies to become the tournaments greatest champion of all-time.World number one Murray is looking to avoid becoming the first man in the post-1968 Open era to lose six Grand Slam finals at the same major.His...

    CIA director warns Trump to watch what he says, be careful on Russia
    Jan15

    CIA director warns Trump to watch what he says, be careful on Russia

    WASHINGTON: CIA Director John Brennan on Sunday had a stern parting message for Republican Donald Trump days before he assumes the US presidency, cautioning him against loosening sanctions on Russia and warning him to watch what he says. Brennan rebuked the president-elect for comparing US intelligence practices to Nazi Germany in comments that...

    Federer, Kerber in the spotlight on day one in Melbourne
    Jan15

    Federer, Kerber in the spotlight on day one in Melbourne

    Poland’s Agnieszka Radwanska hits a shot during a training session ahead of the Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne, Australia, January 15, 2017. Photo: Reuters MELBOURNE: Roger Federer takes the spotlight on his return to grand slam tennis on the opening day of the Australian Open on Monday but those looking for title contenders...

    Serena not peaceful to only hurl over in record Grand Slam bid
    Jan15

    Serena not peaceful to only hurl over in record Grand Slam bid

    Photo: AFP MELBOURNE: Serena Williams has vowed to make life formidable for tip seed Angelique Kerber and a horde of dangerous players out to derail her during a Australian Open, warning she is in Melbourne to win. The American gets her query for an Open-era record 23rd Grand Slam pretension underway in a formidable first-round strife opposite...

    #AusOpen: Andy Murray raring to past final hurdle after tough last year at Melbourne
    Jan15

    #AusOpen: Andy Murray raring to past final hurdle after tough last year at Melbourne

    Losing five Melbourne Park finals would leave many believing they were destined to never win the Australian Open title but world number one Andy Murray remains confident that this could be the year he lays his demons to rest. Murray after all, has solid form on the blue hardcourts in Melbourne, where he is arguably the second-most consistent man...

    #AusOpen: Staying number one harder than getting there, says Angelique Kerber
    Jan15

    #AusOpen: Staying number one harder than getting there, says Angelique Kerber

    Melbourne Park was ground zero for the stunning breakthrough of Angelique Kerber’s tennis career so the German has naturally savoured some golden memories before the defence of her Australian Open title. The emotions bubbled to the surface as the late-blooming left-hander was driven through the Melbourne Park gates for the first time since...

    Poles welcome US troops as Nato eyes Russia
    Jan15

    Poles welcome US troops as Nato eyes Russia

    ZAGAN, Poland: Polish authorities and ordinary Poles welcomed Saturday, US troops who arrived this week as part of an unprecedented deployment to Nato’s eastern flank aimed at deterring Russia. “Welcome to Poland,” Prime Minister Beata Szydlo told US troops in Zagan, the Polish town on the German border where the brigade will be...

    Russia to deploy more S-400 to Crimea: report
    Jan15

    Russia to deploy more S-400 to Crimea: report

    Russia will deploy more S-400 Triumf missile systems to Crimea after the Obama administration extended sanctions against Russia for its actions in Crimea and Ukraine, said local media Saturday. …read more Source: China Internet Information...

    European job market being explored
    Jan15

    European job market being explored

    Kathmandu, 14 January As Nepali migrant labourers face greater personal risks and job insecurity in Gulf countries, foreign employment agencies have started exploring new destinations in Europe and the Baltic region. Nepali workers often complain of harsh job conditions in Gulf countries and lack of assured jobs and wages. They also say they are...

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