A former British spy is ‘in fear of his life’ and has gone into hiding after being publicly named as the author of a memo that claims Russia has compromising material on United States President-elect Donald Trump. The ex-spy, who runs a London-based intelligence firm, left his home in Berkshire, south-east England, earlier this week and had asked his neighbour to look after his cats, BBC reports. He has been widely named as the author of the memo, published in some US media ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Kolkata: Bengaluru FC provided the sparks, while the national men's team advanced in rankings despite an overall tepid show during 2016 -- a crucial year for Indian soccer that saw the authorities busy preparing facilities for the first-ever Under-17 World ...Sify, 1 month ago
Liverpool’s Matip did not want to play for Cameroon for the moment because of a 'bad experience' with the previous coaching staff Seven Cameroon players have said they do not want to go to the African Nations Cup finals, setting them on a collision course with the country’s football federation and a possible ban from playing for their clubs while the tournament is on. Joel Matip of Liverpool is one of the seven who told coach Hugo Broos they are not interested in being selected for ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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