Sancho hands Chelsea and Man Utd transfer blow, Haaland next club LATEST – Tottenham, Arsenal, Man City transfer news

CHELSEA are reportedly lining up a swoop for Mohamed Salah, after reaching the Champions League final. Meanwhile Sergio Aguero is reportedly eyeing up a transfer to Barcelona, where he could be joined by Neymar if the Brazilian quits Paris Saint-Germain and we have the latest on Manchester City being interested in Declan Rice. FREE BETS: GET OVER £2,000 IN SIGN

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Serial killer Bruce McArthur used landscaper job to bury dismembered bodies of gay men in planters at friend's home

SERIAL killer Bruce McArthur used equipment from his landscaping job to bury the dismembered bodies of his victims in planters at his friend's home during a heinous eight-year murder spree. McArthur, 69, was arrested in January 2018 and later pleaded guilty to murdering eight men between 2010 and 2017, who had all disappeared without a trace from Toronto's Gay Village

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This Floral Jumpsuit Reminds Us of the $895 Version Heidi Klum Just Wore

Heidi Klum's $895 Floral Jumpsuit: Our Similar $31 Amazon Pick Us Weekly Magazine News Stylish Entertainment Royals Moms Wellness Podcasts Video Celebrity Directory News Stylish Entertainment Royals Moms Wellness Podcasts Video Celebrity Directory Photos Food Pets Bachelor Nation Woman Crush Reality TV Buzzzz-o-Meter Newsletter Signup Subscribe Give a Gift Hot Pics Subscriber Service Shop With Us Shop Special Issues Download

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Majority of Western Colorado University faculty want president fired for comparing Jan. 6 riot to BLM protests

The majority of faculty at Gunnison’s Western Colorado University have turned against the public college’s president, Greg Salsbury, after he equated the Jan.6 insurrectionists with Black Lives Matters protesters. While faculty voted to oust him, the ability to fire or retain Salsbury lies with the Western Colorado University Board of Trustees. Salsbury declined an interview request Monday. The uproar kicked

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BHA confirm investigation is underway into poor Cheltenham performance as Irish horses dominated

THE BHA are to launch a probe into the poor performance of British runners at last week's Cheltenham Festival. There have been calls for an in-depth investigation following the near total domination of Irish horses at the four-day meeting. The final tally from the 28 races at the Festival was 23 Irish-trained winners to a measly five from Britain. Willie

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New Covid strains 'very unlikely' to stop UK returning to normal this summer and all adults may get vaccine by JUNE

NEW Covid strains are "very unlikely" to stop the UK from returning to normal this summer – with hopes all adults may get the vaccine by JUNE. The emergence of new variants of the bug have previously forced the UK to go into its third national lockdown after cases continued to rise despite the measures already in place. ? Read

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Virtual Production Takes Hold of Hollywood With Epic Games’ Unreal Engine

The cutting edge of production technology is getting cornered by the video game business instead of the usual Hollywood companies. North Carolina-based Epic Games, creator of the global phenomenon “Fortnite,” is making a name for itself out West by providing its Unreal Engine software to TV and film productions looking to shoot with a new set of tools loosely known

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