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Juventus stun Spurs as Dybala caps fightback

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We struggled in the first half, above all by losing the ball and they were deadly in those situations. Pochettino's men responded to the frenzied atmosphere that greeted them at Wembley and took just three minutes to first sting Gianluigi Buffon's fingertips through Son's rapier-like drive across goal. Read More »

IHH sends aid to medical teams in Syria's Eastern Ghouta

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Backed by Russian Federation, the council unanimously adopted on February 24 a resolution demanding the 30-day cessation of hostilities to allow deliveries of humanitarian aid and evacuations of the sick and wounded. Earlier this week, the first convoy in weeks made it into eastern Ghouta, but 14 of the 46 trucks were not able to fully offload critical humanitarian supplies because of stepped-up violence. Read More »

Kerala HC orders CBI probe in Congress activist's murder

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Speaking to television reporters, K. Sudhakaran, Congress leader who was close to Shuhaib and have been spearheading protests, said he hopes the CBI would "bring the killers and their handlers to the book". Chennithala said the High Court order had vindicated the UDF's demand that the charges against the accused be framed under provisions of Unlawful Activities Prevention (UAPA) Act. Read More »

League Season Finale: Minerva Punjab Leading Four-Horse Race

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As if corruption and matchfixing controversies are not enough in cricket, the malice has afflicted Indian football too. This group, which stares at an uncertain future each time the bosses come calling, has shown just why money can't always buy a thrilling climax. Read More »

Mahatma Gandhi statue defaced in Kannur

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Among a series of vandalism attacks on statues of nationalist and Communist figures in the past few days, a statue of Mahatma Gandhi- the father of the nation, was damaged in Kerala on Thursday. Yesterday Rajnath Singh asked Tripura governor to ensure harmony. Earlier, a statue of Lenin was damaged in Tripura followed by Periyar's statues in Tamil Nadu. Read More »

Real class leaves PSG ambitions in tatters

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Julian Draxler has criticised Paris Saint-Germain coach Unai Emery for delaying his introduction to the Champions League round-of-16 second leg with Real Madrid on Tuesday. Going into the game only Liverpool (28) had scored more goals in the Champions League than PSG (26) but the Ligue 1 leaders rarely tested Madrid, taking five shots with three hitting the target. Read More »

Florida House to vote on controversial school safety bill

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The vote of 67-50 reflected a mix of Republicans and Democrats in support and opposition. Every year thousands of people are killed by drunk drivers. Gov. Kate Brown signed the state's new law Monday night. She went on: "It was a very, as I said, sobering and inspiring moment and visit". Numerous students are now being driven by the media to support its own agenda of gun control without acknowledging the failure of law enforcement and the school district in Broward County. Read More »

Forecast: Snow possible today, warm up should begin Thursday

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Overview: A wintry mix will be possible for overnight into Wednesday , with a few snow showers possible for Thursday . Be ready for winter driving conditions on the Cascade passes through Thursday night . Today will see a high near 80 and a northeast wind around five miles per hour becoming south southwest in the afternoon. Tuesday will see 60 percent chance of showers after 4 p.m., changing over to snow showers around 10 p.m., leaving behind a trace amount of accumulation. Read More »

James Harden says Rockets' winning streak 'doesn't matter'

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Houston are on the second-longest win streak in their franchise history with another seven needed to break the record set in 2007-08, but they are remaining grounded despite their red-hot form. "When the floor is spaced, it's like reading a little A-B-C book". The reigning Most Valuable Player said as the leader of the team that he can just stay positive in order to help turn things around during the team's final 16 games of the regular season. Read More »

Northeast Faces Another Wallop of Snow

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Interstate 95 is likely to serve as a key dividing line, with areas to its east mainly getting rain and points west due to get as much as 2 feet of snow, Hennen said. Robert Winter, 63, threatened to kidnap a utility company employee and blow up a substation, according to police in Vernon. "There could be as much as 1 to 3 inches on the ground by 6 p.m.", said Tom Hawley, a weather service meteorologist in Gray. Read More »

China trade deficit draws critical Trump tweet

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The deficit with Canada soared 65% to a three-year high of $3.6 billion. The Trump administration is expected to formally introduce previously announced tariffs on steel and aluminium imports on Thursday in the US. The amount may seem significant, but it's just a small fraction of 1 per cent of the $375.2 billion imbalance, by far the largest one in America's trade portfolio. Read More »

China completes military personnel reduction by 300000 soldiers

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It [China's defense budget] looks to be connected to the nation's economy. A stronger focus on social welfare replaces the usual emphasis on economic growth in Li's address, according to analysts at Mizuho , "In addition to tax relief for companies and renewed plans to renovate shanty towns, proposed tax relief for individuals for the first time in years should help sustain growth in private consumption". Read More »

ACC basketball tournament schedule, results from 2nd round

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However, with four wins over top-15 ACC opponents (including top-ranked UVa.), along with its explosive offensive production, Virginia is a risky team to meet in March. The Tar Heels (22-9, 11-7) enter the tournament having dropped two straight and will play the victor of No. 14 Wake Forest (11-19, 4-14) and No. 11 Syracuse (19-12, 8-10) Wednesday. Read More »

Expert says bones found in 1940 belong to Amelia Earhart

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Measurements of the bones initially indicated that they belonged to a man about 5 feet, 6 inches tall, though later work would call that data into question. She and her her navigator, Fred Noonan , were declared dead two years later after the USA concluded she had crashed somewhere in the Pacific Ocean, though their remains were never found. Read More »

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman 'not really' a reforming leader

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He will be received at Buckingham Palace at the start of a trip, and will have lunch with the Queen before dinner with the Prince of Wales and the Duke of Cambridge. "If we're going to look at the facts, let's look at all the facts". His visit is the first to the United Kingdom since he became crown prince in June 2017 (he is also defense minister) and since Saudi Arabia started its "major program of domestic reforms", with the United Kingdom government hoping for deeper relations with the ... Read More »

Florida House passes gun control, school safety bill

Had it not been for the pressure brought to bear on our government by the anti-war movement, launched primarily by young people at that time over the immoral nature of our country's involvement in Vietnam, a lot more than 58,000 names may have ended up on the Vietnam Memorial before the US finally chose to get out. Read More »

EU's offer for post-Brexit ties with Britian

But the text said in the future, Britain's financial firms would only be allowed to operate in the EU "under host state rules" and be treated according to "the fact that the United Kingdom will become a third country and the Union and the United Kingdom will no longer share a common regulatory, supervisory, enforcement and judiciary framework". Read More »

Ofgem threatens toughest ever blow to energy network profits

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Energy network companies have invested £100bn into improving the national and local grids since 1990, and power cuts have nearly halved since 2001. Brearley said the proposals offered attractive and stable returns but ensured the lowest possible prices for consumers. Read More »

Old Bruce McArthur Interview Sparks Internal Toronto Police Probe

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Prosecutors have charged McArthur with six counts of first-degree murder after they found the remains of multiple people buried in planters on properties he services. "We essentially investigated that to determine if it was reality or fantasy - we determined it was fantasy", he said. It was after this time that McArthur was interviewed - not as a suspect or a person of interest, but as someone who knew Navaratnam. Read More »

Pope Francis orders Paul VI, slain archbishop Romero to sainthood

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While the Catholic Church is now moving ever closer to declaring Romero a saint, the Salvadorean archbishop's sanctity has already been declared by the Anglican Church and he is venerated with a statue outside Westminster Abbey. The nature of Romero's miracle has not been made public. Oscar Romero is admired by the local residents of El Salvador for criticizing suppression. Read More »

Teachers' union opposes Florida Legislature's school safety & guns bill

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Hiring of more mental health counselors to serve every student at school that can't serve dual roles, such as teachers or coaches. Florida Governor Rick Scott . - Outlaws bump stocks , which enable a semi-automatic weapon to be fired as an automatic weapon. Boyd said while legislation should help, it's important for people in domestic violence situations to get help. Read More »

Man Attacks Pedestrians With A Knife On The Streets Of Vienna

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Residents have reportedly been instructed to remain indoors, and heavily-armed police have been dispatched to deal with the situation. The victims are said to be from the same family and the motive for the attack was not known. A short time later a fourth person was reported to have been stabbed near by. A Vienna public transport company, the Wiener Linien, said in a statement that the city's U3 metro line has been affected by the police operation. Read More »

Could England boycott the Russia World Cup?

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The UK will respond if investigations prove a state was behind the apparent poisoning of the former Russian spy and his daughter in Salisbury, warned UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on Tuesday. Yesterday, Boris Johnson called for United Kingdom dignitaries to boycott the football tournament, despite the expected presence of a member of the Royal Family after Prince Harry previously watched England at the Brazil World Cup in 2014. Read More »

1 dead, 1 critical in possible accidental shooting at Birmingham school

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One student was killed and another was injured in a shooting at a high school in Alabama on Wednesday, police said. According to Birmingham police, two 17-year-old students were shot. A satellite view of Huffman High School. A Birmingham fire official said a third person was being evaluated at the school. The victims' names were not released, but officials did say the girl was about 30 days away from turning 18 and looked forward to going to college. Read More »