British people want new referendum for separation from EU

According to a recent poll published in Britain, 78 percent of British thinks that the government has badly managed the European Union (EU) separation process (Brexit), while 50 percent wants a new referendum for Brexit.

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Man City winger Jack Harrison sign with Leeds United

Leeds United deal with Manchester City’s winger Jack Harrison as a loan the end of the season.

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The Soviet wrestler Nikolai Volkov passed away

At the age of 70 years, the famous Yugoslav wrestler Josip Peruzovic, better known under the pseudonym Nikolai Volkov, passed away at his farm in Glen-Arm, Maryland.

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Trump responded to journalists’ demand for an end of the attacks on them

Donald Trump commented upon the words of the owner of the New York Times newspaper about stopping the government’s attacks on the media.

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It became known who will lead the delegation of the Syrian opposition at the talks in Sochi

A delegation of the Syrian opposition will arrive to the talks on Syria in Sochi, headed by Ahmed Tomah.

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Erdogan suggested taking Turkey to BRICS

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, during a meeting on the BRICS summit in Johannesburg (South Africa), urged the leaders of the bloc to allow Turkey to join the BRICS.

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Americans bought housing and strongly repented of this

More than 68 percent of housing owners in the US, believe that they made investment in vain.

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Despite much profit, 20 percent of Twitter disappeared

Twitter’s results for the second quarter of 2018 were announced. The social network broke the historic record in profit but it was a complete disappointment both in the number of users and in the New York Stock Exchange.

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President of Ecuador said that Assange should leave the embassy in London

President of Ecuador, Lenin Moreno said that the founder of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, will eventually have to leave the embassy of the country in London, where he has been hiding since 2012.

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£1.25 billion case against Uber from London taxi drivers

Cab drivers of London are preparing to open a case against Uber, which was banned in the country, to open more than one billion pounds sterling.

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Children and the coach saved from a cave in Thailand became monks

Eleven of the twelve teenagers, players of the junior football team, and their coach, rescued from a flooded ten-kilometer cave in Thailand, where they spent more than two weeks, on Wednesday at a solemn ceremony were dedicated to Buddhist novices and monks.

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