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Nebraska women top Rutgers, double win total from last season

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They also avenged last year's 93-57 loss to MI — their worst in Lincoln in program history — and handed the Wolverines their most lopsided Big Ten loss in five years. Charles Matthews finished with 15 points and eight rebounds for the Wolverines. The Rutgers Scarlet Knights will look to keep things going after an 80-64 win over Iowa gave the Knights just their 2nd win in their last 7 tries. Read More »

Demonstrators Turn Out Sunday For 2nd Straight Day Of Women's Marches

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A march that began as a protest against a newly minted American president has morphed into a broad pushback against long-standing systems and a call for empowerment for all marginalized groups, advocates and organizers said Friday. "The fact that my daughter would grow up to be something that could be reduced to mere gruesome locker room talk by the type of man who could earn the presidency in this country". Read More »

Turkish Troops Push Ahead With Afrin Operation

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Our target is neither our Kurdish brothers nor Syrians. "Our jets took off and started bombing". And now the ground operation is underway. Turkey is notifying the Syrian regime on Afrin operation through letters, Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşğlu said on January 20 in a televised interview with T24. Read More »

Lavrov: Russia to make considerable efforts to preserve Iran nuclear deal

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The talk includes a question-and-answer session. It has since maintained a torrid pace in weapons tests, including its first two intercontinental ballistic missiles test in July. A Wall Street Journal report this month said the Trump administration was considering a pre-emptive strike on North Korean military capabilities to "bloody the nose" of the rogue regime as a warning. Read More »

Out-of-Control Fire Burning In The Royal National Park

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Hundreds of hikers and tourists had to be rescued by boat as the blaze spread on Saturday but firefighters, with the help of a large air tanker, worked throughout Sunday to contain the fire. Total fire bans have been declared for the Southern Ranges, Central Ranges, Greater Hunter and Greater Sydney. Mr Morris said those caught up in the drama had found the park's many beaches to be the best places to take cover: 'They're providing the best protection given the fact a lot of the escape ... Read More »

Democratic senators blast Trump's new re-election ad

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The Trump campaign released an ad Saturday announcing its intention to blame Democrats for murders committed by unauthorized immigrants . "Negotiating with President Trump is like negotiating with Jell-O", he said. "Well, you know that ad is produced by an outside group", Short began to answer, "and not..." The aid, paid for by Donald J. Trump for President Inc., does not say if or when it will air on television, or at what cost. Read More »

TRAIN ACCIDENT: 12 injured as Sydney train strikes barrier

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Three people are trapped, according to Fire and Rescue NSW. "Seventeen NSW Ambulance resources are responding as well as three rescue helicopters". A witness told 2GB radio station, 'There was a huge amount of dust. "My first thoughts are those people who have suffered some sort of injury". "It's all chaos here", another caller, Steve, told the station. Read More »

Nigel Farage set for return to politics amid Ukip chaos

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Farage is dismayed that UKIP, which long opposed Britain's membership in the European Union, has been riven by internal politics and scandal in the 18 months since he resigned as leader, the Sunday Times said, citing unnamed people close to Farage. Read More »

Greeks Protest Over Neighbor's Use of the Name Macedonia

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On the other hand, Macedonia, according to Kathimerini would prefer more to use the name Republic of New Macedonia. Representatives from the main opposition party, New Democracy, were also present despite a tacit order from its liberal-minded leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis to boycott the protests. Read More »

Special weather statement calls for freezing rain on Monday evening commute

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Freezing rain is likely for Midwestern Ontario Monday. Drivers in those areas were being warned of likely icy roads Monday evening, as well as the possible for power outages. Forecasts for Waterloo Region called for a second straight foggy morning on Monday, with temperatures hovering around 2 C and periods of rain. Several millimetres of rain could accumulate. Read More »

Foreign policy not Pakistan centric: PM Modi

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The reaction comes for the first time since the top four judges of the SC in an unprecedented move did a press conference to bring out the issues prevailing in the Supreme Court. Modi said his government was taking decisions to fulfill the needs and aspirations of the common man. It's a myth. The common man expects honesty, he expects to get what he deserves. Read More »

Kelly Says Trump Now Believes Border Wall Is Unnecessary

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Earlier on Wednesday, Kelly also reportedly called some of Trump's campaign remarks and promises about the wall "uninformed" in a meeting with the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, according to the Washington Post . "There are other parts of the southwest border that are so wild and untamed that there is no traffic that goes through them", Kelly said on Fox News . Read More »

Magic win for 3rd time in 20 games, beat Celtics 103-95

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Told that teammate Al Horford had suggested that the Celtics need to play like "we're fighting for our lives right now", Irving downplayed Boston's first three-game losing streak of the season. Orlando had made major strides by improving its defense and battering foes with points in the paint. Game time at Staples Center is set for 10:30 p.m. Read More »

Women's March in Washington against Trump administration

This year's march arrived just one day after Trump's attempt to block Planned Parenthood funding and amid a dramatic government shutdown centering on immigration. Over 2,000 people took to the streets in downtown Vancouver on Saturday in a rally that began at Jack Poole Plaza and included a stop in front of the Trump International Hotel and Tower on Georgia Street. Read More »

Israel won't prosecute guard in Amman embassy shooting

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But Netanyahu clarified over the weekend that Israel "expressed regret" to Jordan over the shooting that took place at the embassy past year, but did not apologize. Now that Israel will reopen its embassy in Amman soon, normal contacts can resume on many fronts especially over Jerusalem where His Majesty enjoys the custodianship of Islamic and Christian holy places. Read More »

Pakistan summons Indian envoy over cross-border firing

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India called in Pakistan's deputy high commissioner saying its soldiers had breached the truce over a 100 times in January alone, the Indian foreign ministry said. "The deliberate targeting of civilians is indeed deplorable and contrary to human dignity and global human rights and humanitarian laws", the official said. Read More »

No adjustment with Congress: CPI(M)

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One draft favoured adjustment with the Congress to stop the BJP and has the support of Yechury , the sources said adding that the party's West Bengal unit and a large section of Tripura unit are in its favour. The resolution will now go to the party congress as the "political-tactical line" for formal adoption. After the two parties formed a tactical alliance in Bengal a year ago, the CPI-M Politburo - dominated by pro-Karat leaders - had censured the state party unit saying it was "not in ... Read More »

Fleetwood holds off McIlroy to retain crown

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He shot a third-round two-over par 74 - including three bogeys and a double bogey on a disastrous back nine - to sit at one-under overall. But European number one Fleetwood produced an incredible birdie blitz to come home in 30 shots. "I just really wanted to win this one". I didn't quite do that; I shot 70. "Without going over tournaments or rounds in my head, I think that run of holes will definitely be at the top of my list of most memorable play. Read More »

Two dead, seven injured in Prague hotel fire

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Prague ambulance spokeswoman Jana Postova added: "I can confirm we could not help two people". The hotel is located near the Vltava river in the Prague 2 district, which is in walking distance to the city center popular with tourists. No further details were available. Rescue officials had earlier said 40 were injured, although Czech media reported that most were treated for smoke inhalation on the spot and not taken to hospital. Read More »

Tom Cotton: Support for Immigration Deal Won't Hinge on Trump

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The Trump campaign released the 30 second ad , titled "Complicit", on the anniversary of the Republican president's inauguration. The ad goes on to state that Democrats are "complicit" in illegal alien crime so long as they continue supporting open borders policies like sanctuary cities - which harbor criminal illegal aliens and shield them from deportation - while blocking full funding for a wall on the southern border and legal immigration-cutting reforms to raise the wages of American ... Read More »