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Donald Trump denies any ties to ex-lawyer Michael Cohen’s crimes

Donald Trump faces growing political and legal risks from a monthslong investigation into the payments by US prosecutors, which stemmed from the larger continuing federal probe into alleged Russian interference in the election and possible collusion by Trump's campaign.

Mauricio Pochettino wants Champions League last-16 tie at new stadium

Governing body UEFA said a decision would be taken "before February" on where Tottenham Hotspur will play the home leg of their last 16 tie.

English FA chief executive Martin Glenn resigns

Martin Glenn was appointed in March 2015 and oversaw the men's senior team's rise from a poor Euro 2016 campaign to a run to the World Cup semi-finals this year in Russia.

India need top-50 women’s singles player to have big WTA event: Mahesh Bhupathi

Mahesh Bhupathi cited example of Sania Mirza, who he says was their sole reason to bring Hyderabad Open in 2005.

Susie Wolff has more than gender on her agenda

Susie Wolff is also active in encouraging and highlighting female involvement in motorsport through her 'Dare to be Different' initiative.

Lion Air crash victims’ families to rally as hunt for wreckage steps up

The Boeing Co 737 MAX jet crashed into the Java Sea on Oct. 29 shortly after take-off from Jakarta, but the families expressed concern that the remains of 64 passengers have yet to be identified, with just 30 per cent of the plane's body found.

Second Canadian missing in China after detention of former diplomat

Canadian national missing in China, Michael Spavor missing, Meng Wanzhou arrest, China Canada relations, World news, Indian express

Number of journalists jailed for doing job near record high: Report

The number of journalists imprisoned on charges of "false news" rose to 28, up from 21 last year and nine in 2016, according to the CPJ, a U.S.-based nonprofit that promotes press freedom.

Turkey: Train crash in Ankara kills nine, injures 47

There were 206 passengers on the high-speed train, according to state-owned Anadolu news agency, which also reported that the Ankara state prosecutor's office had launched an investigation.

Explained: Bangladesh’s broad media laws

The broad powers under the new and existing laws.

British PM Theresa May survives party confidence vote but Brexit deal still teetering

"A significant number of colleagues did cast a vote against me and I’ve listened to what they said," May said. "We now have to get on with the job of delivering Brexit for the British people."

UK’s Theresa May wins Conservative Party vote of confidence by 200 to 117

May had needed 159 votes for the simple majority to win the vote.

UK’s Theresa May faces party confidence vote, says she will resign before next election

Pro-Brexit hardliners in her party say May has betrayed the people's vote in negotiations, while other critics say she struck a deal that is the worst of all worlds - out of the EU but with no say over rules it has to abide by.

Donald Trump ex-lawyer Michael Cohen sentenced to three years prison on campaign charge

Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to the campaign finance charge in August and to making false statements in November.

Sky to end team sponsorship in professional cycling after 2019 season

The future of Team Sky has been cast into doubt after its owner and sponsor, broadcaster Sky, confirmed it will end involvement in professional cycling after the 2019 season.

FIFA suspends Afghanistan football chief after women’s team abuse investigation

FIFA has provisionally banned the president of the Afghan Football Federation (AFF) Keramuddin Keram

IPL 2019: Glenn Maxwell gives up on IPL to pursue Test berth

Glenn Maxwell has said he will turn his back on the lucrative Indian Premier League next year and play a full season of English county cricket in a bid to regain his spot in the Australian Test side.

Playing top Asian sides key for India, says captain Sunil Chhetri

India must have regular competition against the continent's top sides if they are to have any hope of taking their game to another level, captain Sunil Chhetri has said ahead of next month's Asian Cup in the United Arab Emirates.

Champions League: Jose Mourinho urges Paul Pogba to lead by example against Valencia

Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba must rediscover his best form and lead by example in Wednesday's Champions League tie at Valencia, manager Jose Mourinho has said.

I don’t like to talk about money, especially to a woman, says Atletico Madrid president

Enrique Cerezo was speaking to Cristina Garcia Tirado of Spanish television station Cuatro before Atletico's Champions League game away to Club Bruges.

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