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Georgia’s former president appears in court on abuse of power charges

The former president of Georgia, Mikheil Saakashvili, has appeared in court on charges of abuse of office. Saakashvili has been…

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Entertainment

Cardi B’s Appears To Be Wearing ANKLE MONITOR: Has She Been INDICTED?? (Pics)

Cardi B is trending all across social media this morning, after she posted a video of herself dancing on Instagram…

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USA News

‘End of quote’: Biden appears to read instruction off teleprompter

President Joe Biden appeared to have a “Ron Burgundy” moment on Tuesday while reading a speech about gas prices off…

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Vegas News

Henry Ruggs appears in court in fatal DUI case

Former Raiders wide receiver Henry Ruggs made an appearance in court Monday morning in his fatal DUI case. On Wednesday,…

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Entertainment

Kanye West Unveils BRAND NEW BODY . . . Fans Say ‘Appears To Have Gotten A Male BBL’!!

Kanye West stepped out yesterday flaunting his brand new body – which fans say looks very familiar in an IG…

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USA News

Video appears to show SUV plow through marchers at Wisconsin holiday parade

An SUV appears to have driven through a holiday parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, on Sunday. Videos of the incident posted…

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Sports

Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai appears at tournament in Beijing, organizer’s photos show – Sportsnet.ca

BEIJING — Missing tennis star Peng Shuai reappeared in public Sunday at a youth tournament in Beijing, according to photos…

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Canada

Tennis-Peng Shuai appears in Beijing, WTA not reassured

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Canada

Peng Shuai appears at China event, WTA still concerned

Article content EIJING — Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai, whose whereabouts have been a matter of international concern for weeks,…

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Europe

Third Bulgarian election in 2021 appears to break the logjam

In Bulgaria’s November 14 elections, the tough anti-corruption oriented “We Continue the Change” party (PP), won 25.7% of the vote,…

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