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  • BBC Sport

    World Cup 2018: France 4-2 Croatia highlights

    Watch highlights as France win the World Cup for the second time by beating Croatia 4-2 in a tremendous final in Moscow.

  • CNN

    Why Trump is the distraction Putin needs

    Beyond the fanfare, however, not everything looks rosy for Putin. The Department of Justice's announcement on Friday of the indictment of 12 Russian intelligence officers for interfering in the 2016 presidential election has led to calls for Trump to cancel the meeting with the Russian President. That is unlikely to happen. Trump, who has been in Brussels, Belgium, and the United Kingdom this week, repeated his call for better relations with Russia several times. And Trump has repeatedly criticized the investigation, which implicates members of his own election campaign team, as a "witch hunt." Putin's meeting with Trump may be the distraction he needs right now. Russians may have World Cup fever,

  • BBC News

    Does Love Island have a diversity problem?

    We're six weeks in, there's been more than 30 contestants and at least 50,000 mentions of the word "loyal". But as Love Island continues to keep us hooked there's been an uncomfortable conversation around the show. It's all about diversity. Some fans have continually questioned why the majority of the cast appear to look the same. Leigh-Ann Pinnock from Little Mix waded in on the debate saying she was tempted to switch off because of its lack of diversity. Love Island says it's committed to diversity, but Newsbeat has been taking a look at the debate so far. 'Where are the south Asian women?' More than 85,000 people applied for Love Island this year. With such a huge number of singletons to choose

  • Arabian Business

    Saudi woman may face charges over hugging pop star in Taif concert

    A woman may face charges under a new harassment law in Saudi Arabia after storming a stage to hug a pop star, authorities and local media said Sunday. The woman could face two years in prison and a fine of up to 100,000 Saudi riyals ($27,000, 23,000 euros), attorney Abdulkarim al-Qadi told the Okaz news site. The woman, who has not been identified, was dressed in a full-length abaya and niqab face cover when she jumped on stage to hug Iraqi singer Majid al-Muhandis, whose songs are hugely popular in the Gulf. A police statement said the woman had been arrested on Friday night for "criminal acts as per the anti-harassment regulatory act". A video circulating on social media showed the woman rushing

  • english.alarabiya.net

    Pride and tears for Croatians after World Cup final loss

    After watching their football team lose 4-2 to France in the World Cup final in Moscow on Sunday, some Croatians wept with sadness while others felt pride that their tiny nation had gone so far in the tournament. When the final whistle blew fans who had gathered in Ban Jelacic square in the capital Zagreb to watch the match on a big screen hugged each other in commiseration. One young woman used a red-and-white Croatian flag to wipe tears from her eyes as a female friend, also crying, put her arm around her. Others continued waving Croatian flags and scarves through the disappointment after watching their country play in the World Cup final for the first time. Croatia's Lovre Kalinic is embraced

  • Al Jazeera

    Israel strikes Syrian army base in Aleppo

    Israeli missiles have targeted a Syrian military post in the Aleppo province late on Sunday, Syrian state media reported. The Syrian state-run Syrian News Agency (SANA) quoted a military source as saying: "the Zionist enemy has repeated its desperate attempts to support the defeated terrorist groups in Deraa and Quneitra and targeted one of our military posts with rockets north of the al-Nairab airport." The agency said the strike caused only material damage, while the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that nine "pro-regime fighters" were killed. The military base was being used by the Syrian government's chief ally, Iran, the monitoring group added. In the past, Israel had