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Emmys 2019: Fleabag, Game Of Thrones and Chernobyl are the night's big winners | Ents & Arts News | Sky News
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British actress Phoebe Waller-Bridge was the star of the Emmys, taking home three prizes for comedy Fleabag, with Game Of Thrones also a big winner. Sky original drama Chernobyl, a huge hit earlier this year, was named best limited series at the ceremony, as well as winning awards for directing and writing, while other big winners included Jodie Comer and Pose star Billy Porter, who made history as the first openly gay man to win a best drama series acting Emmy. Fantasy epic Game Of Thrones, which had an all-time high 32 nominations for its eighth and final series, was named outstanding drama, winning the ceremony's main award for the fourth time to go out on a high.

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Passengers applaud after 'whipround' to pay for Thomas Cook crew's final flight | UK News | Sky News
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A Thomas Cook crew member gave a tearful speech after passengers banded together so they were paid for their final flight. Passengers applaud after 'whipround' to pay for Thomas Cook crew's final flight. Created with Sketch.

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UK blames Iran for Saudi oil attack, may provide military support - Foreign
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The US, which also blames Iran, is sending more troops to Saudi Arabia. Yemen's Iran-aligned Houthi rebels have claimed responsibility, while Iran itself has denied any involvement. The prime minister declined to rule out military intervention and said sanctions were also a possibility.

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Rouhani says Iran resists sanctions, drives U.S. 'desperate' - Middle East - Jerusalem Post
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because America wants to conquer the region,' Rouhani said. as the great Iranian nation has resisted successfully,' Rouhani said in remarks carried by state television. But Rouhani said the situation had become 'intense' in the region and blamed it on Washington.

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The story behind Biden's son, Ukraine and Trump's claims
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So it raised eyebrows when Biden's son Hunter was hired by a Ukrainian gas company. Trump's private lawyer Rudy Giuliani has also publicly urged Ukrainian officials to investigate the Bidens. Joe Biden played a leading role, traveling to Ukraine and speaking frequently with its new Western-friendly president.

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Netizens laud PM Modi for his noble gesture just as he landed in the US for Howdy, Modi! - Moneycontrol.com
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Where PM Narendra Modi spontaneously picks up a flower or a stem, which had fallen on the ground from a bouquet presented to him, and hands it over to his security staff. Almost instinctively, Modi then stooped down and picked it up himself. A recent turn of events in the United States has proven that our Prime Minister Narendra Modi is indeed a man of his words.

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Memes celebrate another week of Texans, Cowboys wins - Houston Chronicle
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The Texans and Cowboys each won again Sunday, although it's hard not to notice the caliber of competition the two teams have faced. The Texans haven't exactly faced the Patriots or Chiefs, but a road win against the Chargers, who made the playoffs last season, is more impressive than anything the Cowboys have done thus far. The Cowboys fans that you have to share workspace with are sure to brag about their team's 3-0 start, but just remind them that the Cowboys have beaten Washington, the Giants and Dolphins - teams that have combined to go 1-5 so far this season and are no threat to make the postseason.

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Afghanistan forces blamed for civilian deaths at wedding in Helmand province in raid on Taliban hideouts today - CBS New...
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Kabul, Afghanistan - Afghan officials said Monday that a number of civilians were killed during a raid on Taliban hideouts by Afghan special forces in the southern Helmand province. Already 2019 has seen more civilian casualties blamed on those security forces than on the Taliban. There were conflicting reports on the numbers of killed and wounded, but it is just the latest instance of purported civilian casualties blamed on the Afghan forces or their U.S.-led partners.

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Historic day in world politics: BJP on Howdy Modi - Moneycontrol.com
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The grand event is testimony of India's power under Modi, he said. Hailing the 'Howdy Modi' event in Houston as "unprecedented" and "history in the making", top BJP leaders on Monday said it has left an indelible footprint of a stronger India on the world map. "I can understand some in the Congress are peeved at the massive success of Howdy Modi but to allege that the PM interfered in US elections is preposterous!

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Boris Johnson refuses six times to answer questions about funding for 'close friend' | Politics News | Sky News
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Boris Johnson refused six times to be drawn on accusations he failed to declare a conflict of interest over a close friendship with an American former model during his time as London mayor. The prime minister faced questions during his flight to New York for the UN General Assembly after The Sunday Times revealed that Jennifer Arcuri, a technology entrepreneur, was given a total of £126,000 in public money and privileged access to three overseas trade missions led by Mr Johnson. During his flight to New York, Mr Johnson was asked: "You're accused on the front page of The Sunday Times today for failing to declare a series of conflicts of interest over your friendship with Jennifer Arcuri.

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Protesters burn buildings in Indonesia's Papua province - Los Angeles Times
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Hundreds of protesters in Indonesia's restive Papua province set fire to homes and other buildings Monday in a protest sparked by rumors that a teacher had insulted students, and a soldier was killed in another protest in the region, police said. Television footage showed orange flames and black smoke billowing from burning buildings. “This is a hoax and I call on people in Papua not to be provoked by untrue news.”.

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Zee Entertainment falls 10% amid reports of a lender selling pledged shares - Moneycontrol.com
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As per reports, lenders to Zee have received nearly 50 percent of outstanding dues from the company. Chairman of Essel Group, which owns Zee Entertainment, Subhash Chandra met Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on September 23. Extending their losing streak into the sixth consecutive session, shares of Zee Entertainment Enterprises closed at Rs 272.10, down 9.63 percent on BSE on September 23.

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Rams stop Mayfield late, Goff throws 2 TDs passes in win
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CLEVELAND (AP) - Backed up to their own goal line, the Rams buckled down. Cooper Kupp caught two touchdown passes from Jared Goff and the Rams (3-0) stopped Mayfield on four straight plays from the 4-yard line in the final minute. The Rams (3-0) remained unbeaten - and perfect against AFC teams in the regular season under coach Sean McVay - by barely holding back the Browns (1-2), who were missing their entire starting secondary and still took the Rams to the final snaps.

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This Morning cancelled: Find out why Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield are not on television | HELLO!
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Sad news for This Morning fans - Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield won't return to the show until Tuesday. The sports tournament kicks off on Friday morning with the first game and opening ceremony at 10:25am, meaning fans will also miss Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes presenting their usual Friday slot. 'The Rugby World Cup is taking place tomorrow and Monday, so we won't be back until Tuesday,' Holly announced at the end of Thursday's episode.

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Seahawks have no answer for the 'Human Joystick' | HeraldNet.com
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“He's like a human joystick,” Bridgewater said of Kamara. If that's a lesson these Seahawks needed to learn, it's a painful one. He was frustrated that the Seahawks seemed to have a good plan but failed to execute it.

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Jimmy Carter says reelection of Trump would be a 'disaster'
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Former President Jimmy Carter made his feelings known on a Donald Trump victory in 2020, saying if Trump were reelected for a second term it would be "a disaster.". "I think it will be a disaster to have four more years of Trump.". Carter also weighed in on current foreign policy issues the US faces.

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LONDON MARKETS: Thomas Cook's Liquidation Wipes Out Travel Company Worth GBP1.85 Billion Just 18 Months Ago | Morningsta...
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Thomas Cook shares (TCG.LN) were halted Monday as the travel company filed for liquidation, wiping out a company worth over GBP1.85 billion ($2.3 billion) little more than a year ago. Thomas Cook's most recent financial report showed net debt of GBP1.25 billion and a first-half ending March 31 loss of GBP1.46 billion. Thomas Cook shares were as high as 123.6 pence as recently as April 2018.

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Analysis: New QBs generally look like headliners stepping in - San Antonio Express-News
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Gardner Minshew is making Jaguars fans wonder why he was a sixth-round draft pick, stepping in for Nick Foles and looking like a starter (and future star). The woe is me refrains in Carolina's Queen City. And the tabloid screams in the Big Apple.

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