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Deadly car bombing hits police academy in Colombia

Chief Prosecutor Nestor Martinez said a 56-year-old man named Jose Aldemar Rojas, driving a 1993 Nissan ute loaded with 80 kilograms of pentolite, carried out the attack. He said the car had its last official mechanical revision some six months ago in the eastern state of Arauca, along the border …

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Glory game a six-pointer as City look to rebound

Joyce will have to reshuffle his pack once again following an injury to holding midfielder Osama Malik, clattered by the Mariners’ former City player Jacob Melling early in the game. Attacking midfielder Dario Vidosic will also miss out with a back injury, while back-up goalkeeper Mark Birighitti, who sustained an …

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Journalist in Ghana who exposed soccer corruption shot dead

Ghana’s President Nana Akufo-Addo condemned the killingCredit:AP Hussein-Suale worked under the leadership of Anas Aremeyaw Anas, a renowned Ghanaian investigative journalist once singled out and praised by former US president Barack Obama as courageous. Anas has used undercover television documentaries to expose graft and organized crime in Ghana and across …

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Pucovski ready for next challenge

It’s amazing, though, the rules are different for young quicks. If they can bowl over 140 km/h they will always gets picked, no matter what their experience levels. Will Pucovski is a young batting phenom.Credit:AAP Pucovski, 20, is a young batting phenom. He is not in the same class as …

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A town in Sicily is selling homes for $1.80 – with a couple of catches

Cue the “Godfather” soundtrack. The Sicilian town of Sambuca is selling off houses for just 1 British pound ($1.80) to encourage people to move there and provide a boom to its economy. Sambuca isn’t the first commune in Italy to encourage repopulation this way as residents continue to move to …

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Crucial NFL off-season looms for Mailata

“Jordan Mailata and (Matt) Pryor and Big V (Halapoulivaati Vaitai) has played a ton of snaps, and Isaac (Seumalo). So we have a lot of confidence in them, too. “This will be a big off-season for those guys.” The Eagles are tipped to part with Mailata’s mentor, nine-time Pro Bowl left …

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Geelong joy as Ablett dynasty has the chance to continue

If Ablett’s son ever decides to also go down the AFL path, he will have an enormous reputation to live up to given his father and grandfather, Gary senior, are two of the greatest ever players to pull on a boot. It’s something that Carlton youngster Jack Silvagni, and now …

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The Chat review: Improvisation doesn’t cut it beside serrated-edge writing

THE CHAT Carriageworks​, January 16★★★ Ah, the dangers of improvisation. This was a stimulating idea, both dramatically and morally: a play about parole and rehabilitation, partially performed by ex-offenders, with audience participation in deciding whether Les (Les Wiggins) faces a future of freedom or a return to jail. The script, …

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