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Feyenoord win first Dutch title for 18 years

Feyenoord win first Dutch title for 18 years

The day belonged to former Liverpool striker Dirk Kuyt , who scored all three of Feyenoord's goals in front of a sell-out crowd in Rotterdam, but Berghuis played the full 90 minutes on the right of a front three. Feyenoord's win moved them up to 82 points, one ahead of Ajax , who concluded their domestic campaign with a 3-1 away victory over Willem II Tilburg.


North Korea claims United States plotted to kill Kim Jong

North Korea claims United States plotted to kill Kim Jong

The Ministry of State Security alleges the agencies "ideologically corrupted and bribed a North Korean citizen surnamed Kim" to orchestrate the attack - paying him tens of thousands of dollars. North Korea regularly denounces the longstanding military alliance between Washington and Seoul, although the statement comes at a particularly tense time.


Batshuayi delivers Chelsea Premier League title

Batshuayi delivers Chelsea Premier League title

Conte was bequeathed a deep and talented pool of players at Chelsea, many of whom played central roles in the team's title triumph in the 2014-15 season. Finally, there were those who said the Stamford Bridge club benefited from not having to play in Europe this season. As for Conte, it couldn't have gone any better.


Jeremy Corbyn rules out backing second referendum on final Brexit deal

Jeremy Corbyn rules out backing second referendum on final Brexit deal

Avoiding a situation in which negotiations reached their conclusion in the run-up to a British general election campaign was also positive for the European Union, he said. The Lib Dem MP Alistair Carmichael responded to the party's flip-flopping by accusing Corbyn of "turning his back on democracy". He continued efforts to shift the focus of the campaign away from Mrs May's call for voters to give her a Brexit negotiating mandate and on to Labour's aim of tackling inequality.



Warsaw Condemns Latest North Korean Missile Test as Threat to Peace

The flight pattern could indicate a new type of missile. To follow the North Korea missile launch more closely, go to The New York Times . "With the missile impacting so close to Russian soil - in fact, closer to Russia than to Japan - the President can not imagine that Russia is pleased".



Xi Jinping hails new age of globalisation at Silk Road summit

Japan has given billions of dollars in grants and low-cost loans to Southeast Asian nations to build ports and other facilities, and governments including South Korea have launched trade initiatives. "What we hope to create is a big family of harmonious co-existence", Xi said, adding pursuit of the initiative will not resort to outdated geopolitical maneuvering.