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  • Ronaldo & Zidane Clash In Dressing Room

    Ronaldo & Zidane Clash In Dressing Room

    The Portuguese forward did not look at Zidane as they quickly shook hands after the substitution. But Zidane played down his captain's behaviour. He was unable to feature in Wednesday's 1-1 draw with Villarreal but was fit enough to complete an individual training session indoors less than 24 hours later.

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  • India calls Pakistan 'terrorist state' at United Nations debate

    A high ranking BSF official told Sputnik that there has been no sighting of additional Pakistani troops along the border whatsoever. Meanwhile, Nawaz Sharif spoke at the United Nations General Assembly and once again raised the issue of Kashmir and praised the slain terrorist Burhan Wani, who was killed by the Indian security forces a month back.

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  • Company buys land near North Dakota pipeline route

    Property and state tax records show the Meyers paid more than $5 million for 7,125 of those acres, all of which were part of this week's sale to Dakota Access LLC. The Corps said the 429-acre grazing lease expires December 31, 2018, and is held by David Meyer, a cattle rancher from nearby Flasher. The lands of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe sit a half mile south of the proposed route of the Dakota Access pipeline .

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  • Jets' Marshall turned off 'disgusting' Texans-Pats game

    It's Brissett's right thumb that's injured. With a rookie QB making his first National Football League start in Prime Time against a 2015 playoff team that started 2-0, I wasn't expecting a clean game from him. Despite the short week, the Patriots were more than prepared for the game and pitched their first shutout since Week 17 against the Miami Dolphins. He is the guy who refused to do photo shoots without his linemen.

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  • Oil rises on OPEC hopes

    The American Petroleum Institute reported a decline in weekly inventory of 7.5 million barrels, compared with a build of 1.4 million barrels from the week prior. Global benchmark Brent crude oil futures LCOc1 were trading at $45.81 per barrel at 0139 GMT (09:39 p.m. EDT), down 17 cents from their last close.

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  • Excerpts from AP interview with Syrian president Assad

    Excerpts from AP interview with Syrian president Assad

    The fragile ceasefire that went into effect on September 12 fell apart less than a week later after US-led coalition forces struck a Syrian position, killing scores of soldiers. Opposition activists immediately pointed the finger at the Syrian government, though officials have yet to comment on the reports. "We don't kill civilians, because we don't have the moral incentive, we don't have the interest to kill civilians", he said.

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  • Iraqi Forces Launch Attack on Shirqat

    Shirqat lies on the Tigris river 100 km south of Mosul. Meanwhile, Iraqi forces backed by USA -led coalition warplanes managed to capture two Daesh-held villages in western Ramadi. Residents say the fighters have been sealing off entire districts and building a network of tunnels across the city to obstruct government troops. The Hashed Al Shaabi, which has played a big part in retaking ISIL-held areas since 2014, is nominally under the control of the prime minister but dominated by ...

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  • White House: 51 companies pledge $650M in refugee support

    White House: 51 companies pledge $650M in refugee support

    Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon told world leaders. "Present in this hall today are representatives of governments that have ignored, facilitated, funded, participated in or even planned and carried out atrocities inflicted by all sides of he Syria conflict against Syrian civilians", he said.

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  • Missouri lawmakers back voter photo ID, looser gun laws

    And for those who still want to get a concealed-carry permit, the bill creates a lifetime version that never expires. Nixon vetoed that bill but lawmakers overrode it on Wednesday, making it become law without the governor's approval. The legislation also would have allowed transportation vehicles to flash red and blue lights on highways. "This is a great day for freedom in Missouri", said Chris W.

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  • Man fatally shot by Tulsa police had no gun, chief says

    As the squad auto pulls up to the scene, a man, identified by police as Terence Crutcher , is seen walking toward a tan SUV parked in the middle of a two-lane road with his hands up as a female officer points her gun behind him. Tulsa police officials indentified the shooter as officer Betty Shelby and Tyler Turnbough as the officer who deployed his Taser. ABC News reports that Crutcher was not armed when police shot him, nor did his vehicle contain any weapons.

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  • Harry Kane injury causes worry for Mauricio Pochettino

    Harry Kane injury causes worry for Mauricio Pochettino

    Jordan Pickford prevented Harry Kane bagging a second Sunderland were hardly in the game 3. "But credit to the players, that's where we are at the moment". "I remember when I signed my contract on May 27 2014, always the dream was to play in the Champions League". "We've got some fantastic fans here at Tottenham and it's a great club to play for and the whole team are sorry we didn't win".

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  • IPhone 7s hit stores, while Galaxy phones go back

    IPhone 7s hit stores, while Galaxy phones go back

    In its statement, the message was clear: "Consumers should immediately stop using and power down the recalled Galaxy Note 7 devices purchased before September 15, 2016". Tim Baxter, President & COO of Samsung Electronics America, addresses Samsung's exchange program and formal U.S. voluntary recall of the Galaxy Note7 in cooperation with the U.S.

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  • Muslims compare Hanson hate with Al Qaeda

    Muslims compare Hanson hate with Al Qaeda

    In her second "first speech", this time as a new senator and leader of a party of four that has a slice of the balance of power, Hanson launched an attack on her current target, saying further Muslim immigration should be stopped and the burqa banned.

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  • William helps out as Essex dignitary takes a tumble

    Douglas-Hughes back to his feet . Douglas-Hughes, who seemed to be shaken by the tumble, said, "Sorry about that", to which William replied, "No, it's all right". In the same blog post , William also wrote: 'If we could end the old-fashioned idea that feeling down is something to be ashamed of, something that you shouldn't burden others with, we would make our society a much happier and healthier place.

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  • Barack Obama prods Benjamin Netanyahu on two-state solution

    WASHINGTON (AP) - The United States on Wednesday signed an unprecedented new security agreement with Israel that will give the Israeli military $38 billion over 10 years. Israeli and American negotiators have been wrangling for months over the deal, with public flare-ups. A significant one was an agreement by Netanyahu for Israel not to pursue additional aid during the term of the agreement.

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  • Two Indians held captive in Libya since 2015 rescued: Swaraj

    The two Indians, who were teaching at Libya's Sirte University, were abducted by Islamic State militants in July a year ago. Since most of the Indian mission staff to Libya is now based out of Tunis, it is proving to be hard task for officials to track the developments inside the trouble-torn country.

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  • Bayern Munich Cruise to Champion League Victory Over Rostov

    Bayern Munich Cruise to Champion League Victory Over Rostov

    But Muller, speaking ahead of Bayern's group stage opener against Rostov , is optimistic Bayern can win Europe's greatest prize for a sixth time under the Italian. Skipper Philipp Lahm declared: "None of us really knows the opponents we're going to face". It will be interesting to see whether Ancelotti continues with 18-year-old Renato Sanches in midfield, with the former Benfica man coming in for some harsh criticism after his Bayern debut against Schalke.

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  • Georgia survives an ugly performance to slip by Nicholls 26-24

    Eason was the first true freshman to start a game for the Bulldogs since Matthew Stafford in 2006. Nobody believed that the Nicholls State University football team belonged on the same field as the No. Nicholls has the ball, as we enter the fourth quarter in Athens. "I'm just proud of our players", Rebowe said. Week 2 of the college football season is upon us and after a insane opening week, three area teams can take their foot slightly off the gas pedal while the other heads out ...

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  • Giant Pandas Not 'Endangered' Anymore, Conservation Group Says

    Giant Pandas Not 'Endangered' Anymore, Conservation Group Says

    Giant pandas - China's national symbol - have been on the IUCN endangered list since 1990. As of this date, there are 67 reserves, housing around two-thirds of the total giant panda populations. Wildlife activists have always been concerned about the state of the giant panda's population. As per IUCN, the eastern gorilla living in mountainous forests of eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda and Uganda is a victim of the area's civil wars.

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  • Eriksen signs new Spurs contract

    The club confirmed on Tuesday the attacking midfielder had put pen to paper after negotiations that lasted almost a year. Pochetinno was similarly delighted to have persuaded Eriksen that his future lies with the Lilywhites, saying: "It was important for him and important for the club".

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  • Trump grants interview to Russia-backed TV network

    He has annexed Crimea, supported violent separatists in Ukraine, fostered anti-democratic right-wing forces in Europe, and made the weakening of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation a major strategic imperative. Trump said , claiming he had not heard Putin's statement. "I think what he exhibits is thuggery, and we should be clear-eyed about that". Peskov says Moscow is willing to improve ties with the United States whether Trump or Hillary Clinton wins the race, but will rely on what the new ...

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  • Hanjin Shipping says has cash to begin unloading four ships

    According to Bloomberg's Sohee Kim and Kyunghee Park , 85 of the company's ships have been left in limbo - floating off the coasts of ports around the world. As Hanjin represents almost 8 percent of trans-Pacific trade volume for the USA market, this has prompted the National Retail Federation to appeal to the Department of Commerce and the Federal Maritime Commission to work with the South Korean government, ports, and others to prevent disruption to the supply chain.

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