[ad_1] MANCHESTER (Reuters) – Late goals by in-form Jesse Lingard and fit-again striker Romelu Lukaku helped Manchester United to reach the FA Cup fourth round as they ground out a 2-0 home win over Championship (second-tier) side Derby County on Friday. The visitors looked likely to force a replay before Lingard struck with a first-time
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[ad_1] DETROIT (Reuters) – The warehouse of a Michigan man who sold donated body parts to researchers was littered with dead flies, dog bowls and human remains “frozen together in flesh-on-flesh chunks,” a federal agent testified Friday. The grisly description came during the opening day in the federal trial of businessman Arthur Rathburn, who sold
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[ad_1] WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Congressional Republicans on Friday downplayed the likelihood of a deal soon with Democrats on saving 700,000 young, undocumented U.S. immigrants from being kicked out of the country in March, a possibility created by President Donald Trump. Trump in September ordered an Obama-era program that provided the young “Dreamer” immigrants with work
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[ad_1] BOSTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) – Street crews in the U.S. Northeast raced through the night into Friday to clear snow-clogged streets after a powerful blizzard and restore power to homes ahead of a brutal cold spell that has killed more than a dozen people. From Baltimore to Caribou, Maine, efforts were under way to clear
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[ad_1] LONDON (Reuters) – Models will strut their stuff on catwalks when London’s menswear fashion week gets under way on Saturday, but absent will be some big industry names who have chosen to skip the event, or make digital presentations in place of runway shows. FILE PHOTO: Models present creations at the Burberry catwalk show
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[ad_1] LONDON (Reuters) – Zara Tindall, the granddaughter of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth, is pregnant with her second child, her spokeswoman said on Friday. FILE PHOTO: Britain’s Zara Phillips and her husband English former rugby player Mike Tindall arrive for a service of thanksgiving for Queen Elizabeth’s 90th birthday at St Paul’s cathedral in London, Britain,
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[ad_1] LONDON (Reuters) – British new car sales recorded their biggest drop since 2009 last year, falling 5.7 percent due to uncertainty over potential new diesel charges and weakening consumer confidence since Brexit, an industry body said on Friday. File Photo – Drivers queue on a main road in central London November 4, 2010. REUTERS/Toby
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[ad_1] LONDON (Reuters) – Britain will set an emission limit on coal-fired power generators from Oct. 1, 2025, forcing them to close unless they are fitted with carbon capture technology, the government said on Friday. FILE PHOTO: A farmer works a field in the shadows of Ratcliffe-on-Soar Power Station in central England, September 10, 2014.
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[ad_1] LONDON (Reuters) – Britain should charge a 25-pence ($0.34) “latte levy” on disposable coffee cups to cut down waste and ban them if a recycling target is not met by 2023, a committee of lawmakers said on Friday. A commuter carries a disposable coffee cup in London, Britain, January 5, 2018. REUTERS/Toby Melville Less
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[ad_1] SEOUL (Reuters) – The two sides sit within shouting distance, but when North and South Korea this week arranged the first official talks in more than two years, liaison officials spoke using desktop telephone consoles each the size of a small refrigerator. The inter-Korean Liaison Office at the heart of this new spurt of
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[ad_1] LONDON (Reuters) – Brexit campaigner Nigel Farage will meet the European Union’s chief negotiator on Monday in what he said was an attempt to convey the views of 17.4 million Britons who voted to leave the bloc. FILE PHOTO: EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier (R) talks with Nigel Farage, United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP)
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[ad_1] BEIJING (Reuters) – A boom in asset-backed securities issued by micro-lenders aiming to expand in China’s fast-growing online credit market looks set to slow this year amid growing regulatory scrutiny. Micro-lenders have raised billions of dollars packaging consumer loans into securities for sale to institutional investors on China’s nascent market for asset-backed securities in
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[ad_1] WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. senators and Trump administration officials met at the White House on Thursday, hoping to hammer out compromise legislation to tighten restrictions on Iran while keeping Washington in an international nuclear deal with Tehran. Senators Bob Corker, the Republican chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and Ben Cardin, the panel’s
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