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Daily Archives: March 22, 2019

Lydia Ko just two shots off leaders halfway through Founders Cup after second-straight five-under round

Sung Hyun Park isn’t a big fan of birdie-fest golf. She’s still awfully good at it. “Personally, I like the difficult course better than the easy course,” Park said through a translator. The top-ranked South Korean shot her second straight 6-under 66 this morning at the Founders Cup for a share of the lead with Yu Liu halfway through the ...

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Judge to quiz Portuguese hacker in Football Leaks case

LISBON, Portugal (AP) — The lawyer for a Portuguese man linked to the publication of internal documents that embarrassed top European clubs and soccer officials in the Football Leaks case says he is back in Lisbon after being extradited from Hungary. Lawyer Francisco Teixeira da Mota says his client Rui Pinto arrived late Thursday. He tells the Associated Press that ...

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TIMES SELECT TODAY | Zuma: Nuke deal would fix Eskom | Land-grabbers eye posh golf course | Jonathan Jansen

Cut out foreign styles, barbers told A barber's association in a northern Bangladesh town has warned its members not to give "foreign" haircuts or beard styles on pain of fines, an official has said. An association order has been hung up at every barber shop in the town of Bhuapur in the conservative Muslim-majority South Asian nation of 165 million ...

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Newsdeck: Reclaim the City takes over plush Cape Town golf course, calls for land to be used for affordable housing instead

Reclaim the City activists staged a protest at the upscale Rondebosch Golf Course on Thursday saying the facility should rather be used for affordable housing. “As we commemorate Human Rights Day, we remember how our parents and grandparents struggled against discrimination and an oppressive racist regime. They knew that there could be no justice and equality without the return of ...

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TIMES SELECT TODAY | Zuma: Nuke deal would fix Eskom | Land-grabbers eye posh golf course | Jonathan Jansen

Cut out foreign styles, barbers told A barber's association in a northern Bangladesh town has warned its members not to give "foreign" haircuts or beard styles on pain of fines, an official has said. An association order has been hung up at every barber shop in the town of Bhuapur in the conservative Muslim-majority South Asian nation of 165 million ...

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Newsdeck: Reclaim the City takes over plush Cape Town golf course, calls for land to be used for affordable housing instead

Reclaim the City activists staged a protest at the upscale Rondebosch Golf Course on Thursday saying the facility should rather be used for affordable housing. “As we commemorate Human Rights Day, we remember how our parents and grandparents struggled against discrimination and an oppressive racist regime. They knew that there could be no justice and equality without the return of ...

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