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Carlos Ghosn, Fugitive but a Favorite Son, Returns to Beirut. For many residents, he represents the Lebanese dream, of leaving the country and becoming a success. M.L.B. Updates Drug Policy to Include Opioid Testing. Major league players will now be tested for opioids and cocaine, but violators will be evaluated for treatment programs rather than immediately punished. Floersch fractures spine in F3 crash. Germany's Sophia Floersch has fractured her spine after suffering a horrifying airborne crash at the Formula 3 Macau Grand Prix final. Snowflakes pan the Tower of London with ridiculous one star reviews. Among the complaints include guests being given graphic details of executions carried out at the fortress - which was first built around the year 1078 and remained in use well into the 19th century. Kim Kardashian reveals she took daughter North and do my homework grandmother MJ on a visit to the White House. Kim Kardashian revealed on Tuesday that she had taken her daughter, North, six, to the White House in mid 2019. Eleven skeletons found in 1,000-year-old Peruvian grave. The discovery took place at the Huaca Santa Rosa de Pucala archaeological site in the district of Pucala in the north-western Peruvian region of Chiclayo. New Hikes in Sonoma. A new trail in California will give hikers access to parts of Sonoma Mountain for the first time. ALEX BRUMMER The High Street is far from down and out. The shrieks of agony from the High Street over the past 12 months have been resounding. It is the year which saw Mothercare disappear from the UK, Marks Spencer fall out of the FTSE 100. Done Singing for the Blues, He Happily Wears Their Stanley Cup Ring. Multiple sclerosis forced Charles Glenn to step aside as the St. Louis Blues anthem singer just as they were winning their first championship. He has both moved on and held on. For Millennials Making Their Way, a Detour To Caregiving. Here is a concern that baby boomers might not have thought of Their children could be taking care of them while still in their 20s or 30s. Tumbleweed avalanche hits highway, buries cars and traps drivers for up to 10 hours in Washington. The plants forced the Department of Transportation to close down around 12 miles of road on the SR240 in Benton County on Tuesday night.

Artist at center of Italian anti-racism row defends ape pictures. Artist Simone Fugazzotto defended on Tuesday a widely criticized anti-racism campaign launched by Italy's Serie A soccer league which features his paintings of apes. Large windfall waiting for Jon Moulton after drug firm takeover talks. Drug discovery company Redx, in which Moulton has an 18 per cent stake - worth 1.9million - through his investment vehicle Moulton Goodies, is in takeover talks. Trade deals will boost growth in '20 economist. Trade deals with Mexico, Canada, and China will boost economic growth next year, says Spartan Capital economist Peter Cardillo. Political risk could send stocks down but he otherwise sees U.S. equities gaining 6% to 7%. Bank of England governor Bailey tussles with Google over scam ads. Andrew Bailey, who currently leads the Financial Conduct Authority, is pressing the internet behemoth to take concrete steps to shield savers from bogus adverts. Christine Chambers, 39, Dies

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