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A Birmingham campaigner is urging the public not to turn their backs on Syrian refugees because of the Paris attacks.
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Birmingham-based football club Sporting F.
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November hasn’t been a great month either, at least Villa did score their first point since the 2-2 draw against Sunderland way back in August.
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Birmingham International Holdings yesterday made an announcement to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange that confirmed they were no closer to agreeing a takeover with Trillion Trophy Asia.
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Nottingham win the mixed doubles to take tonight's proceedings to a deciding match.
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