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CWG 2018: Mehuli Ghosh, Apurvi Chandela clinch silver, bronze in shooting

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Chandela had earlier smashed her own Commonwealth Games qualifying record from four years back by scoring 423.2, while Mitharval too had established a new qualification record with 584. It all culminated with a shoot off between Ghosh and Veloso for the GOLD medal after finishing at a score of 247.2 each. She was lurching in the bottom before climbing to the top. Read More »

Speed Painting at Texas Motor Speedway

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Harvick has led 87 laps at Texas Motor Speedway and was the victor of the first stage. Kevin Harvick and Ryan Blaney started on the front row. Bowman collected both Paul Menard and Daniel Suarez who had to come down pit road early to make repairs. Suarez was still on pit road when the race went green again on lap 8. Read More »

United Nations agency deplores killing of Gaza protesters

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During protests on March 30, at least 10 Palestinian journalists were injured . The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Liz Throssell condemned the brutal killings of Palestinians by the Israeli military and has called for an independent investigation to hold those responsible for the killings accountable. Read More »

Facebook to make 'unsend' feature available to all soon

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Facebook said in a statement to CBS News that in light of reports that AggregateIQ may have received improperly received data, the firm has been suspended pending an investigation. Starting this week, the 87 million users who might have had their data shared with Cambridge Analytica will get a detailed message on their news feeds. Read More »

Woman facing murder charges after 7-year-old boy found decapitated

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Mouhib's husband, mother-in-law and a 10-year-old boy were all at home at the time of the grisly beheading, according to Baxter. "There's absolutely no explanation for this", Sheriff Todd Baxter said at a news conference Friday. According to the health group's website, she worked as a nurse practitioner at Rochester Mental Health Center. Mouhib reportedly refused deputies' orders to drop the knife, prompting deputies to use pepper spray and a Taser to disarm and arrest her. Read More »

Facebook to alert users affected by Cambridge Analytica data breach

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Facebook said most of the affected users are in the United States, though there are over a million each in the Philippines, Indonesia and the UK. The firm is also set to put out a notice on privacy protection to all its 2.2 billion users, which will show individuals what apps are linked to their account and what information has been shared with those apps. Read More »

Congressman to Trump: You're President Now, Stop Blaming Obama

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Syrian opposition activists said on Sunday that the attack had killed at least 49 people. More than 30 of the victims were children. President Bashar al-Assad has won back control of almost all of eastern Ghouta in a Russian-backed military campaign that began in February, leaving just Douma in rebel hands. Read More »

United Nations to hold dual meetings about alleged chemical attack in Syria

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Trump said in his series of Sunday tweets . On Sunday, the Syrian Civil Defense Organization ( White Helmets ) posted a statement about the attack with a demand for a cease-fire so an global investigative team could get in to examine the evidence; the group also called for immediate worldwide intervention and protection for its personnel and those of other humanitarian groups so they could safely carry out their life-saving work. Read More »

Florida woman blames 'windy day' for cocaine found in purse

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They said there was a strong smell of marijuana coming from the vehicle. According to the police report obtained by the station, a police officer found cocaine and marijuana in separate bags inside a purse on Posey's lap. She was later released on bond. According to The Weather Underground , March 21 was a windy day in the Fort Pierce area, with gusts reaching up to 33 miles per hour. Read More »

Jose Mourinho: 'One of Pep Guardiola or Mino Raiola is lying'

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Arguably United's most famous come-from-behind victory. Though, some most important players were out of the team but at the first half Manchester City played very well. "And, of course, now it is not done, so the people say, "you're going to win". "We have to focus on what we did wrong and we must improve, but we must not forget what we did all season". Read More »

U.S. denies conducting air strikes in Syria

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A Syrian military source was quoted as saying air defences shot down eight missiles fired at the base, also known as the Tiyas Airbase, where defence analysts say there are large deployments of Russian forces, and where jets fly regular sorties to strike rebel-held areas. Read More »

Bishop claims Newspolls aren't the reason Abbott was ousted as PM

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As Malcolm Turnbull matched the test he set when he deposed Mr Abbott, the former prime minister again urged the government to champion low power prices, by keeping coal, and higher wages, by cutting immigration. 'If opinion polls determined who would win elections, Kristina Keneally would be the member for Bennelong and Nick Xenophon would be Premier of South Australia, ' he said. Read More »

Ferrari mechanic breaks leg in mishap

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Raikkonen exited the race on lap 35 after he was released from his pit box too soon, knocking over a mechanic on the left-rear of the auto and leaving him stranded with only three tyres changed. Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel won the race to take a 17-point championship lead over Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton but said the incident had left "mixed feelings". Read More »

Russian Federation sanctions will not affect Trump-Putin meeting plans

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Oleg Deripaska described the U.S. decision as "groundless, ridiculous and absurd". "Of course, we will not abandon the current and any new anti-Russian attack without a tough response , but first of all we would like to advise Washington to get rid of illusions that it can spek with us in the language of sanctions", the message says. Read More »

Pentagon: US Policy Toward Fighting Islamic State in Syria Unchanged

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What should Trump be doing in Syria? "And clearly that means we have to make sure that ISIS doesn't reoccur or some metamorphosis of ISIS rises up". "A lot of good progress has been made" in Syria, Votel conceded, "but the hard part.is in front of us". In the meantime, the United States administration has also stressed the need to stabilise areas "liberated" from IS rule. Read More »

One Man Dead After Officer-Involved Shooting in Cathedral City

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However, the victim, a 22-year-old woman, called police as they were on their way and said she left the area in an attempt to escape her attacker. "The adult male suspect then suddenly turned on the officers in a threatening manner". As officers approached the male, he began walking away and ignored commands, police say. The man, who was not identified, was transported to a San Antonio hospital in critical condition, the San Antonio Express-News reported . Read More »

Celebrate WrestleMania 34 with A Brand New WWE SuperCard Tier

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This match has been rumored for awhile and WWE has been teasing this match through the proxy of John Cena calling out The Taker weekly. Flair has beaten them all but will be pushed to her limits against Asuka in a dream match that was bound to happen eventually as Asuka has remained undefeated during her time in WWE. Read More »

Russian Federation vows tough response to new USA sanctions

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File Photo: U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin (R, Rear) addresses a press conference with National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster (L, Rear) at the White House in Washington D.C., the United States, on August 25, 2017. "I never made secret of my criticism of the USA foreign policy, and I will not change my stance". The issue is hard for Trump, given that intelligence officials have concluded that Russian Federation meddled in the 2016 presidential election and several Trump campaign ... Read More »

Humboldt Broncos team bus involved in serious collision

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Police said there are fatalities and injuries but aren't releasing numbers at this time. "He's also been provided with some mental health and wellness assistance", Zablocki said Saturday afternoon. Similar tributes are expected today at other hockey games. "Some kids dream of playing in the National Hockey League". SJHL Chairman of the Board said, "We're just waiting to hear [more details]". Read More »

Most users may have had publicdata 'scraped,' Facebook admits

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As Facebook evolved from a closed Harvard-only network with no ads to a giant corporation with $40 billion in advertising revenue and huge subsidiaries like Instagram and WhatsApp, its privacy policy has also shifted - over and over. Wigand said that European Union data protection authorities will discuss over the coming days "a strong coordinated approach" on how to deal with the Facebook investigation. Read More »

Canada mourns dead in Humboldt Broncos ice hockey team bus crash

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Fifteen survivors were taken to hospitals, with three of them in critical condition, police said. A moment of silence was also observed in Las Vegas on Saturday morning, where Brad Gushue and his rink from St. "You're laughing back and forth with your teammates", Fiddler said. Meanwhile, offers of help are pouring in for families of team members. Hockey teams and players from leagues across North America tweeted messages of support, many with the hashtag #prayersforhumboldt. Read More »

Grover Beach likely to allow recreational cannabis businesses

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Rep. Scott Chew, R-Jensen, lives about 20 miles from Dinosaur. As for the specifics surrounding an application, under the Provincial framework these private stores will be licensed by the Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission, which will require mandatory background checks for applicants and their employees, who must take the SellSafe training, and must be approved by the municipality they want to set up in. Read More »

Fire at Trump Tower leaves 1 dead, 4 injured, says FDNY

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FDNY fire marshals investigating the cause of the deadly fire inside Trump Tower were sifting through evidence and analyzing what was left of the charred apartment Sunday, officials said. Thick black smoke and fire was seen coming from the skyscraper at around 18:00 (2200 GMT). One firefighter and two building employees suffered minor injuries in that fire. Read More »

Blackbuck case: Salman Khan's lawyer confident of securing bail

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On Saturday, Judge Ravindra Kumar Joshi ordered him to sign a surety bond of 50,000 rupees ($770) before he was set free from the jail in Jodhpur , a town in western India. Sporting a dark t-shirt, a cap, he was accompanied by his sisters Alvira and Arpita, besides his omnipresent personal bodyguard Shera. While defence counsel Bora had argued for Khan's bail in the court on Friday, public prosecutor Pokar Ram Bishnoi had opposed the plea. Read More »

State's dalit BJP MPs term UP MPs dissent 'personal'

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Frustrated by the arithmetic, BJP leaders would often say that the Muslims have a veto on who will rule India. The strongly worded letter from Yashwant Singh, the MP of Uttar Pradesh's Nagina, which is reserved for the Scheduled Castes, surfaced a day after Modi instructed party MPs to visit Dalit homes to highlight the work done by the government. Read More »

Thousands gather to bury filmmaker killed while covering Israel-Gaza violence

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Murtaja was covering a mass demonstration along the Gaza border, and was shot despite wearing a blue flak jacket with the words "PRESS", clearly indicating that he was a journalist and not a protestor. Trump's announcement broke with decades of U.S. policy that the city's status would be decided in any future negotiations between Israelis and the Palestinians. Read More »

Stocks tumble amid trade war fears with China

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But what constitutes "intellectual property" in today's global economy? "Great future for both countries!" The Trump Administration has until the end of May to resolve this issue. "The fundamental reason [for the tariffs] is that the development of China in recent years has hit the nerves of some Americans", according to a People's Daily article on Friday. Read More »