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‘Iheanacho leaving City within 10 days’- Pep

As pre-season training ramps up for Manchester City on their International Champions Cup tour of the United States, manager Pep Guardiola has acknowledged that Nigerian youngster Kelechi Iheanacho could be on his way out. Iheanacho has been the subject of transfer rumours all summer and reports have added Tottenham Hotspur …

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Baby Charlie Gard has been Given US Citizenship

Charlie Gard has been given US citizenship by Congress to allow him travel to America for experimental treatment. The 11-month-old boy’s parents want to take him to the US for a pioneering therapy, but are barred from taking him out of London’s Great Ormond Street Hospital (Gosh), where he is …

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Trump and Putin had another, undisclosed conversation at G20

US President Donald Trump and Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin had another, previously undisclosed conversation at this month’s G20, the White House has confirmed. They spoke towards the end of a formal dinner but the White House has not revealed what was discussed. President Trump has condemned media revelations of the …

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Despacito breaks global streaming record

Luis Fonsi’s  ”Despacito” has become the most-streamed song of all time, just six months after it was released. The hit single has been played 4.6 billion times across all streaming services, overtaking Justin Bieber’s Sorry, which previously held the title. “What’s happened with this song is just insane,” said Fonsi, who hails …

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D’banj Signs New Global Distribution Deal With Priority Records

Nigerian born singer-songwriter, musician, entrepreneur, humanitarian and philanthropist Daniel Oyebanjo; known to most as D’Banj signed a global distribution deal with Priority Records. The arrangement permits capable craftsman in Africa that are endorsers of the Creative Reality Entertainment Arts and Music Digital Platform (C.R.E.A.M.) to now approach worldwide appropriation through …

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Caf considers summer move of Africa Cup of Nations

The Africa Cup of Nations could be moved to the summer as part of changes being discussed by the continent’s ruling body. The Nations Cup’s timing in January and February has long angered clubs in Europe, where many Africans play. The biennial finals could also be boosted from 16 teams …

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