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  • Storms lash Europe
    THE HAGUE, Netherlands — A powerful storm pummelled Europe with high winds and snow Thursday, killing at least six people in three countries, grounding flights, halting trains, ripping roofs off buildings and flipping over trucks.
    The Dutch national weather service recorded wind gusts of up to 140 km/h in the southern port of Hook of Holland as the storm passed over....

  • HUB, SOMERVILLE PRIME
    Finalists in the billiondollar rush to land Amazon’s second headquarters said Boston is a very competitive city, but they can offer a more diverse workforce and affordable housing — plus they’re ready to sweeten any deal with incentives.
    Amazon released a list...

  • RMV, the Pearly Gates for illegal immigrants
    She was only selling illegal immigrant heroin dealers the driver’s licenses that Americans could no longer be bothered selling.
    So why are the feds packing a thieving Dominican named Evelyn Medina off to Club Fed for 15 months?
    Don’t they understand that, as...

  • Abuse allegation worries college student
    DEAR AMY: I am a 21-year-old college student. I’ve been friends with a fellow student named “Rob” for the past three years. I have never known Rob to be anything but a kind and trustworthy person. For the past two years, Rob has been dating another student at our college, and their relationship seems very healthy....

  • TRUMP RANKLES AT CLAIM HE’S ‘EVOLVED’ ON WALL
    WASHINGTON President Donald Trump on Thursday pushed back against a characterization by White House Chief of Staff John Kelly that his views on a border wall had “evolved” and privately fumed about the episode.
    “The Wall is the Wall, it has never changed or evolved from the first day I conceived of it,” the president said in a morning tweet...

  • HOROSCOPE
    The best way to move forward is without anger. Temptation and excessive behavior will not help you get ahead or reach your goals. Fitting in will be your ticket to finding your way to a better lifestyle. Your numbers are 1, 7, 15, 27, 30, 34, 45.
    ARIES (March 21-April 19):...

  • Liberals’ values oath is odious and kills jobs
    Employment-grant rules deny Charter rights by putting some religious groups in moral conflict
    Thousands of student summer-job grants, along with a brand-new communityservice program, have been rendered unavailable to organizations and people of faith, thanks to an obnoxious new Liberal values oath....

  • Pope marries couple at 36,000 feet
    IQUIQUE, CHILE— It was all in a day’s work for the ever-unpredictable Pope Francis.
    First, he celebrated the first-ever airborne papal wedding, marrying two flight attendants from Chile’s flagship airline at 36,000 feet during a flight on Thursday to this northern Chilean beachside town....

  • Tim Hortons protesters intend to stir the coffee pot – nationally
    Protesters angered by some Ontario Tim Hortons franchisees who slashed workers’ benefits and breaks after the province raised its minimum wage plan to spread their rallies to other areas of the country.
    About 50 demonstrations are planned in cities across the country on Friday, although at least 38 will be based in Ontario, including 18 planned in Toronto...

  • Girl held captive with 12 siblings ‘plotted escape for two years’
    THE father of 13 children held in captivity in California was charged yesterday with carrying out a lewd act against a child, as prosecutors said that the 17-year-old who raised the alarm had plotted her escape from their house for two years.
    Prosecutors detailing...

  • Fast-track to UK for migrants in Calais as PM bows to French
    MIGRANTS at Calais will be fast- tracked into Britain under plans agreed by Theresa May as she bowed to further pressure from the French.
    Adult migrants seeking to come to the UK via Calais will have applications processed within one month rather than six....

  • Bardot: Hypocritical actresses f lirt to win roles … then claim harassment
    BRIGITTE Bardot has criticised ‘hypocritical’ actresses for flirting with film bosses and then claiming to have been sexually harassed.
    The Fifties and Sixties sex symbol said she was never a victim and found remarks about her appearance ‘nice’.
    Asked about...

  • I wasn’t coached to accuse Woody Allen of abuse, says Dylan Farrow
    Dylan Farrow has denied being “brainwashed” or “coached” into accusing her adopted father, Woody Allen, of sexual assault, in her first televised interview about the allegations.
    On CBS This Morning, Farrow detailed her version of the events of 4 August 1992, when she alleges Allen assaulted her as a seven-year-old, and denied her adopted mother, Mia Farrow, had influenced her....

  • Australian Open
    Day by day, the rankings on the women’s tour are being shredded to the point of irrelevance – and when Johanna Konta joined Sloane Stephens, Venus Williams, Petra Kvitova and Garbiñe Muguruza among a slew of seeded players to lose here over the first four days, one “outsider” stood taller than them all: Maria Sharapova....

  • Past three years were hottest since records began in 1850
    Last year was the hottest since global records began that was not given an additional boost by the natural climate cycle El Niño, according to new data. The global surface temperature was 1C above levels in pre-industrial times, and scientists are certain that the burning of fossil fuel is to blame....

  • City will lose full access to Europe after Brexit, Macron tells May
    The French president, Emmanuel Macron, yesterday rejected the idea of a bespoke Brexit deal for the City of London, insisting Britain will not be allowed full access to EU markets, including financial services, unless it pays into the EU budget and accepts all its rules....

  • On the climb
    The A380 superjumbo has been thrown a lifeline with its biggest customer, Emirates, agreeing to buy up to 36 more planes from Airbus.
    The European aeroplane manufacturer had warned that without the deal, which had been long in the negotiation, it might have to close down its A380 production line...

  • Trump tweets row
    Donald Trump was facing the prospect of presiding over a government shutdown as budget negotiations in Congress remained stalled last night.
    US lawmakers were nearing a deadline to pass a spending bill or trigger the shutdown – which would freeze most government services and mean federal workers would not get paid....

  • Bannon agrees to cooperate with Mueller Russia probe
    WASHINGTON: Stephen Bannon, President Donald Trump’s former chief strategist, will be interviewed by investigators working for the special counsel in the Russia investigation instead of testifying before a grand jury, according to a person familiar with the matter, a sign that Mr Bannon is cooperating with the inquiry....

  • Display of unity for Olympics
    The rival Koreas have agreed to form their first unified Olympic team and have their athletes parade together for the first time in 11 years during the opening ceremony of next month’s Winter Olympics in South Korea, officials said.
    The agreements still require approval from the International Olympic Committee...