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Shanghai cracks down on mafia-style crime
Police in Shanghai arrested 1,017 suspects involved in mafia-style activities last year as the city stepped up its crackdown on gang crimes.
Memories of Fukushima crisis rapidly fading, warn civic groups
The memories of the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster have been rapidly fading in Japan, making it difficult to grasp what is actually happening in the area, civic groups warned.
Labour pledges to prevent UK universities from going bust
UK universities would be prevented from going bust under new plans unveiled by Labour to protect higher education and students from ‘rampant’ market forces.
British parents unite to fight the ‘farming out’ of children to distant care homes
A group of British parents are planning legal action to ensure their children are housed in residential care homes close to where they live.
Massachusetts ex-governor marks first Republican to challenge Trump for 2020
Bill Weld, the former Republican governor of Massachusetts, said he will challenge US President Donald Trump for the Republican Party’s presidential nomination in 2020, saying the country was in “grave peril,” media outlets reported on Friday.
Eighth Fadjr International Fashion and Clothing Festival opens in Tehran
The Eighth Fadjr International Fashion and Clothing Festival (February 15-21) opened in a ceremony in Tehran on Friday.
Flamengo honors academy fire victims in first match since tragedy
Brazilian club Flamengo played its first match since a fire broke out in its training ground and killed 10 academy players on February 8.
Miller vows to beat Joshua as he has ‘the heart of 10 lions’
Jarrell Miller vowed to shock Anthony Joshua to become the new world heavyweight champion in their upcoming fight in New York.
Pelicans lose Davis, beat Thunder
Julius Randle capped a 33-point, 11-rebound performance with three clutch baskets in the final minutes, and the New Orleans Pelicans beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 131-122 on Thursday night despite losing All-Star Anthony Davis to a shoulder injury after the first half.
Martial, Lingard out for two-three weeks, says Solskjaer
Anthony Martial and Jesse Lingard have been ruled out for two to three weeks and will miss Manchester United's games against Chelsea and Liverpool.
Coach Valverde extends stay at Barcelona
Spanish champion Barcelona announced Friday it has extended the contract of coach Ernesto Valverde for another season with the option of one more.
North, South Korea eye joint march, some unified teams for Tokyo 2020
North Korea and South Korea are interested in a joint march at the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics as well as fielding some unified teams in different sports, the president of the International Olympic Committee said on Friday.
Greek PM hands over Foreign Ministry in mini-reshuffle of cabinet
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras appointed George Katrougalos on Friday as foreign minister, relinquishing a post he had temporarily filled himself after the departure of Nikos Kotzias in October 2018, the government’s spokesman said on Friday.
Maduro reveals secret meetings with US envoy
‘Infected hand of Donald Trump hurting Venezuela’
A month into Venezuela’s high-stakes political crisis, President Nicolas Maduro revealed in an Associated Press interview that his government has held secret talks with the Trump administration. He also predicted he would survive an unprecedented global campaign to force his resignation.
Xi hails important progress, says trade talks to resume in US
Chinese President Xi Jinping said US-China trade talks would continue next week in Washington, as the two sides race to reach a deal that would avert a tariff increase on Chinese goods after March 1.

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