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Reuters: World News: Bouteflika to return to Algeria on Sunday: source

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President Abdelaziz Bouteflika is expected to return to Algeria on Sunday after two weeks in a Swiss hospital, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters, as he faces mass protests that pose the biggest threat to his 20-year-old rule.

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Reuters: World News: Labour should support staying in EU if there is second Brexit referendum: Starmer

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Britain’s opposition Labour Party should support staying in the European Union if there is a second referendum on the topic, the Party’s Brexit spokesman Keir Starmer said on Sunday.

Reuters: World News


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FOX News: NBA team owner threatens to ban heckler from attending games: ‘Enjoy watching them on TV!’

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New York Knicks owner James Dolan apparently got upset Saturday afternoon when a fan told him to sell the team during the closing minutes of another home loss. Dolan threatened to ban the fan from Madison Square Garden, a video shows.

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FOX News: Here’s what you should know about how presidential campaigns really work

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From the outside, the 2020 presidential campaign appears to be just getting started. Democratic candidates are lining up to announce their candidacies and the media is covering their early events. But behind the scenes, things are far more developed: Most of the candidates have already finalized their campaign plans and are well into implementing them.

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