Mbappe and Giroud in public spat, Denmark and Romania to release extra tickets, Benzema injury LATEST – Euro 2020 LIVE

KYLIAN MBAPPE was reportedly left fuming after Olivier Giroud publicly criticised him for failing to pass. The PSG star was so angry with the Champions League winner's comments after the friendly with Bulgaria that he reportedly wanted to call a press conference to explain his point of view. And things didn't turn out much better for France's other striker Karim

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Renewed calls for public inquiry as Porter, ABC clash after defamation case dropped

Christian Porter has discontinued his high-stakes defamation claim against the ABC, in a move that has renewed calls in Canberra for a public inquiry into allegations he raped a woman in the late 1980s when they were both teenagers. In a statement on Monday, the ABC said Mr Porter “has decided to discontinue his defamation action against the ABC and

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Bella Thorne Demands Public’s Apology to Britney Spears for Their ‘Disgusting’ Treatment

The ‘Midnight Sun’ actress thinks everyone, in a way or two, has taken part in putting the pop star in a situation that she has been through, saying, ‘This is what we did to her.’ AceShowbiz –Bella Thorne has expressed her condemnation of the public’s “disgusting” treatment to Britney Spears over the years. Revealing that she has watched the “Toxic”

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Public will not accept restrictions after vaccination, scientist warns

People want ‘normal way of life’ back after getting Covid jabs: Government adviser says it’s ‘not plausible’ to expect Britons to comply with major curbs once they’ve had both doses Sir John Bell said it is ‘not plausible’ to expect people to comply with curbs Oxford University’s regius professor of medicine warned MPs this morning He says people will want to return

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Why city public schools keep failing the pandemic challenge

More On: department of education Brooklyn administrator is top candidate to lead coveted Manhattan school district UFT boss calls for NYC school closure if city hits this infection rate Parent letter rips City Hall silence on Gifted and Talented programs NYC teachers worry about school safety as COVID-19 cases spike Nine months into the pandemic, the city teachers’ union is

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Miley Cyrus Says the Public Judges Her Well-Being Based on Her Hair

There’s a lot more to Miley Cyrus’ hair than meets the eye. On Wednesday, December 2, the 27-year-old was on SiriusXM’s The Howard Stern Show, to discuss her new album Plastic Hearts. During the interview, the former Disney Channel star opened up about the public’s perception of her well-being based on her hairstyle. The Best Celebrity Hair Transformations of 2020:

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Does the public have a right to know about Canberra’s culture?

Save articles for later Add articles to your saved list and come back to them any time. Trigger warning: Barnaby Joyce is talking about sex again. On Monday night, ABC’s Four Corners aired an episode on the “highly sexualised” atmosphere of the “Canberra bubble”, including reports of the extra-marital affair of one minister, Alan Tudge. The program also made allegations

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Denver Public Schools set to recruit principals for planned schools on Montbello Campus

Denver Public Schools will soon begin recruiting principals for a planned high school and middle school at the district’s Montbello campus. Recruitment of principals will begin this winter, planning for the schools designs and overall vision will launch in the spring and continue into the spring of 2022, according to a DPS news release. Both a feeder middle school and

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Public health experts blast Boris Johnson for ‘slow’ coronavirus response

The three men leading the United Kingdom’s response to the coronavirus pandemic — Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Health Secretary Matt Hancock and the chief medical officer, Chris Whitty — are doing so from quarantine after coming down with COVID-19 symptoms, and receiving strong criticism for not better protecting themselves from the disease. As cases continue to surge in the country,

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