Trump defends Putin over Russia killings allegations

US President Donald Trump has defended Vladimir Putin when questioned over allegations of murders carried out by the Russian state. In an interview with Fox News, he said: “There are a lot of killers. We’ve got a lot of killers. What do you think? Our country’s so innocent?” Mr Trump said he respected President Putin and would prefer to “get along with him”. He said he wanted help from Russia in the fight against “Islamic terrorism”. Excerpts of the interview with Bill O’Reilly, carried out at Mr Trump’s Florida home,…

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LEW’S NO PARTY ANIMAL Lewis Hamilton’s No1 girl in F1 defends his playboy lifestyle and claims the three-time world champ is ‘not a party boy’

She knows the real Lewis Hamilton probably better than anyone else in Formula One. Keep up to date with ALL the motorsport news, gossip and transfers on our club page plus fixtures, results and live match commentary The three-times world champion has been slammed by critics for his jet-set lifestyle between races. But Cullen reveals: “I have spent the whole year with him and we partied maybe four times. “He is not a party boy. If he has a three-week recovery between races he might have a drink to celebrate a…

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China Defends Pakistan After Modi’s ‘Mothership’ Remark on Terror

Beijing: A day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi called Pakistan a “mothership of terrorism”, China on Monday strongly defended its all-weather ally, saying it is against linking any country or religion with terror and asked the world community to acknowledge Pakistan’s “great sacrifices”. In a sharp reaction to a question about Modi’s characterisation of Pakistan at the BRICS Summit in Goa, spokesperson of the Chinese Foreign Ministry Hua Chunying said China is opposed to linking any country to terrorism. Answering a question on Modi’s criticism of Islamabad in aiding and…

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Cafe owner defends ‘upsetting’ comments on gluten-free food

ADublin-based café has been heavily criticised for its controversial comments on customers ordering gluten-free food. In a Facebook post, The White Moose Café said that guests who ordered gluten-free food would be required to produce a doctor’s note. “This morning a girl asked us if we did gluten-free pancakes and when we asked her if she was a coeliac, she didn’t even know what the word meant and then proceeded to order regular, gluten-rich pancakes anyway,” the post said. “From now on, guests who demand gluten-free food are required to produce…

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