BBC News 24
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Still no real answers as to who killed Boris Nemtsov. There are five men from chatting on trial in Moscow who are supposed to be the hit men, the contract killers by the man who is alleged to have ordered the killing has disappeared and indeed Boris Nemtsov supporters and his family and lawyers believe that there is actually a cover-up, that the real people behind the murder have not been found.
Manchester Evening News - Sport
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South China Morning Post
10 hours
Thousands of Russians marched through central Moscow on Sunday in memory of slain opposition leader Boris Nemtsov, two years after he was shot dead near the Kremlin. The assassination of the former deputy prime minister on February 27, 2015 was the highest-profile killing of a critic of President Vladimir Putin since the ex-KGB officer took charge in 2000. Five Chechen men from Russias volatile North Caucasus are currently on trial for carrying out a contract hit, but those who ordered...
BBC Two England
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Has to be something, how do you stimulator group which has just won the Premier League? By maybe giving them a contract, but sometimes that can act as a demotivate. There has to be something a bit deeper than that. In terms of rewarding the success that matter different target.
Daily Star - Football
11 hours
FORMER Everton striker Yakubu was given a shot at redemption by Coventry City after signing on a short-term contract in January – not that you could tell.
Politico
11 hours
Stephens spent several years at Palantir, the Thiel-founded data-mining company that brought a successful lawsuit against the government taking a sledgehammer to the Pentagon’s rigid procurement process. A federal court ruled in October that the company could bid on a $206 million Pentagon contract it would normally have been prevented from competing for. Inside the Pentagon, Stephensfocus, according to two sources familiar with the conversations, was on “how one might restructure the DOD’s procurement operations to save money.” Stephensinquiries were “unusual, that’s why people mentioned it to me,” said one of the sources, a former high-level Pentagon official. The lawsuit, Palantir’s lawyer said in the wake of the October ruling, wasnt just about the company’s bottom line; it was aimed at “making it more appealing for innovators” to do business in the nation’s capital.
The Sun Daily
14 hours
PUTRAJAYA: A senior officer of Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB) who was remanded for investigation into abuse of power involving RM80,000 to pay for skin beauty treatment and a slimming programme was ordered to be released by the Magistrate's Court here today. Magistrate Nik Isfahanie Tasnim Wan Ab Rahman ordered the officer to be released on a bail of RM40,000 in one surety. The man was in remand for four days since last Thursday following an application by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) for investigation under Section 23 of the MACC Act 2009. He was alleged to have misused a corporate credit card provided by MAHB by using it for purposes other than those stipulated in the interest contract. It is understood that the credit card was given to eligible officers for official use as outlined in the company's standard operating procedures (SOP). — Bernama
The Northern Echo
14 hours
The Washington Times - Football
15 hours
SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) - The San Francisco 49ers agreed to a four-year contract with free-agent defensive tackle Earl Mitchell on Friday. A person familiar with the deal confirmed that Mitchell had decided to join the Niners just over a week after being released by Miami. The person spoke on ...
Goal
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Out of contract at the end of 2017-18, the Spaniard is eyeing a new deal at Old Trafford
The Iran Project
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Deadline
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The threat of a writers strike continued to mount today as the WGA held the last of 11 membership informational meetings in advance of next month's negotiations for a new film and TV contract. "We're always ready for a strike," a TV writer laughed as he left the meeting at the Beverly Hilton. "Television is in another Golden Age and the companies are reaping record profits, but writers aren't sharing in that. Our incomes are going down, so it's going to be a tough...
The Washington Times - Baseball
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Lancashire Evening Post - Sport
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The Northern Echo
15 hours
Manchester Evening News - Sport
15 hours
Manchester United are eager to tie Zlatan Ibrahimovic to a new one-year deal - but the striker is uncertain - according to reports
Sputnik International
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The Herald - Sport
15 hours
SOMETIME over the next day or two, Richard Cockerill will sit down and analyse the recording of Edinburgh’s dispiriting 18-17 defeat on Friday night. After he does, he might be tempted to ring up the SRU and ask them to tear up the head coach contract he signed only a few days ago.
The Herald - Scottish Premier League
15 hours
RANGERS prospect Billy Gilmour could be handed his first-team debut in next weekend’s William Hill Scottish Cup tie against Hamilton. The highly-rated 15 year-old is being tracked by a number of leading English and European clubs, with the Ibrox club still hopeful of persuading him to sign his first professional contract with them when the midfielder turns 16 in the summer.
E! News
15 hours
Daily Mail - Football
16 hours
The Arsenal forward's future is uncertain, with his contract at the Emirates set to run out next summer and there being little indication that he is ready to put pen to paper on fresh terms.
Beijing Bulletin
16 hours
The Washington Times - Football
2 days
SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) - The San Francisco 49ers signed wide receiver DeAndre Carter to a two-year contract on Friday. Carter has not played in the NFL but spent part of the 2015 season on the practice squads in Oakland and New England. Carter was cut by the Patriots last ...
Goal
2 days
The Blues boss is more interested in the prospect of earning a league title in his first season, rather than renewing his contract in west London