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Ryobolovlev has no plans to sell Monaco, says spokesman
Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev has no plans to sell his majority stake in Monaco football club, despite being charged with corruption in the principality, his spokesman said on Saturday.
UK austerity has inflicted 'great misery' on citizens, UN says
The UK government has inflicted ‘great misery’ on its people with ‘punitive, mean-spirited, and often callous’ austerity policies driven by a political desire to undertake social reengineering rather than economic necessity, the United Nations poverty envoy found.
Badger culling has 'modest' effect in cutting cattle TB
An independent scientific review said that badger culling can have a ‘modest’ effect in reducing cattle tuberculosis (TB).
Has Egypt's second sphinx been found?
Egypt's long-rumored second sphinx may have been unearthed by construction workers building a new road.
Commuting has neglected benefits
It can be disheartening to recognize the amount of time we spend in transit.
Expert: Iran has no plan for bartering oil with Russia's Sukhoi aircraft
No directive has, so far, been issued with regard to bartering Iranian oil with Russia's Sukhoi aircraft, said an advisor to Iran’s roads and urban development minister on international affairs.
McCracken: Joshua has speed to beat Klitschko
Anthony Joshua has the speed to beat Wladimir Klitschko and become undisputed world heavyweight champion, said his trainer Rob McCracken.
EDB has brokerage ties with 105 foreign banks
Iran's Export Development Bank (EDB) has established brokerage ties with 105 foreign banks from 42 countries to develop international relations.
One in 10 Americans has buzzing in ear or tinnitus
Do you have that sometimes irritating ringing in your ears? One in every 10 Americans has persistent buzzing or ringing in the ears, or sometimes in the head. It’s called tinnitus. Surprisingly, scientists have been studying it, and the goals are to find out its prevalence in the country, and how to avoid it.
Bale has last laugh as Wales leapfrogs England
Gareth Bale made sure Wales had the last laugh Monday after inspiring a thumping 3-0 win over Russia at Euro 2016, demoting England to second place in Group B.
Celtic has no plans to sack manager
Celtic has no plans to sack manager Ronny Deila following Sunday's Scottish Cup semifinal defeat by Rangers.
Cinderella has Iranian origins: Author
An author of folklore and classical Iranian mythology says Cinderella is an Indo-European account of an Iranian mythological story ‘Fatima’ in the late Sobhi’s ‘Folk Culture.’
Wales has highest child poverty in UK
A new report has revealed that one in three children in Wales live in poverty, the highest percentage of child poverty in the UK.

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