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Cancer · Los Angeles
Kirstie Alley dead at 71 after short battle with cancer
Kirstie Alley is dead. The famed actress was 71. Her family announced the news Monday evening with a statement shared via her social media accounts, saying she “passed away after a battle with cancer, only recently discovered.”See the Story
49% Center coverage: 303 sources
Europe · London
Eddie Jones sacked as England head coach
Eddie Jones has been sacked as England head coach after presiding over their worst year since 2008. See the Story
39% Center coverage: 28 sources
Europe · Luton
Man arrested after egg 'thrown towards King Charles' on Luton visit
A man has been arrested after an egg was allegedly thrown in the direction of the King during a walkabout in Luton. See the Story
46% Right coverage: 13 sources
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Soccer · Doha
Cameroon football chief Eto'o involved in altercation at World Cup
Samuel Eto'o, the former Cameroon striker and current president of the country's football federation, was involved in an altercation after Brazil's victory over South Korea on Monday, an American newspaper has reported.See the Story
41% Right coverage: 27 sources
Olly Murs 'upset' by backlash over 'misogynistic' lyrics: 'It's a shame'
Singer-songwriter Murs, 38, was asked to respond to the criticism on BBC Breakfast with hosts Sally Nugent and Jon Kay on Tuesday. The song came under fire on social media for the lyrics which appears to criticise a loved one for drinking too much alcohol. Online users drew a link to his fiance Amelia Tank. Murs said he understood that when you see something written it can look a lot worse.See the Story
75% Left coverage: 4 sources
Crisis Core Reunion Frees a Final Fantasy 7 Classic from its PSP Shackles
Commentary: Zack Fair's remastered 2007 adventure has mostly gotten better with age.See the Story
Coverage: 6 sources
Europe · Belfast
Strep A: Five-year-old dies from illness linked to bacterial infection
A five-year-old child who attended a primary school in Belfast is the ninth child to die with a Strep A infection. Health authorities in Northern Ireland are yet to have commented on the death.See the Story
50% Left coverage: 10 sources
Waterloo Road return date confirmed in boxset twist
Waterloo Road returns on January 3 on BBC One. A series boxset will premiere on the same day on BBC iPlayer. The BBC's chief content officer Charlotte Moore has rubbished any naysaying over the show's return. "I don't think it's that easy to bring titles back and be successful"See the Story
100% Left coverage: 2 sources
Holly Willoughby in tense This Morning exchange over Meghan and Harry doc
Holly Willoughby clashed with guest on ITV's This Morning. The pair were discussing Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's documentary series. Camilla Tominey, Sonia Sodha and Simon McCoy were also in the studio. But it appears This Morning viewers were over the discussion.See the Story
100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Europe · London
Antibiotics could be given to children at schools affected by Strep A infections, schools minister Nick Gibb says
Antibiotics could be given to children at schools affected by Strep A to stop the spread of the infection, schools minister Nick Gibb has said.See the Story
50% Left coverage: 12 sources
Europe · Wolverhampton
Wolverhampton fire: Major incident declared as factories ablaze
More than 100 firefighters are working to contain the blaze in Horseley Fields. Smoke and flames could reportedly be seen over 15 miles away in Shropshire. Trains into the city were cancelled because the scene of the blaze is close to the main railway line and Wolverhampton Railway Station.See the Story
63% Left coverage: 8 sources