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Guardiola pleased with Huddersfield display

Guardiola pleased with Huddersfield display

Guardiola did not comment on an incident during the second half at Huddersfield when a bottle was thrown in the direction of City substitutes Raheem Sterling, Bacary Sagna and Leroy Sane as they warmed up. "So many teams in the Premier League are out (of the FA Cup) and we have another chance (February 28) at home, we will try to quality". "It's a great reward for the players and supporters to go and test ourselves against one of the best teams in Europe". Read More

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Square Enix Teases Final Fantasy VII Remake With New Screenshots

Square Enix Teases Final Fantasy VII Remake With New Screenshots

Director Tetsuya Nomura has revealed all-new screenshots of the Final Fantasy 7 remake at the Monaco Anime Game International Conferences 2017 event. "It's happening in Thebes and they are fighting a new model of the Heartless". Sorry, I asked to show a video, but the company refused. The HUD look's simple and sleek enough, and hopefully it doesn't fall into the same traps that snagged Final Fantasy XV. Read More

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Hezbollah chief threatens to target Israeli nuke plant

Speaking before his interlocutors at Baabda Palace this afternoon, Aoun asserted that "any Israeli attempt to undermine the sovereignty of Lebanon shall be confronted with the appropriate response". Nasrallah made a similar threat against Haifa's ammonia tank past year, saying that a missile hitting the facility could have the affect of a nuclear bomb. Read More

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Unilever rejects Kraft Heinz's $143B takeover bid

Unilever rejects Kraft Heinz's $143B takeover bid

Unite national officer Rhys McCarthy said: "Unite does not believe this takeover is either in Kraft Heinz workers' interests or those of Unilever and that ultimately it will lead to jobs losses and poorer products for consumers". It may also have been a decisive factor in the Kraft bid, with the U.S. company, backed by veteran investor Warren Buffett, seeing a much cheaper Unilever . Read More

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Weekend looking much warmer. Work week begins with heavy rain

Weekend looking much warmer. Work week begins with heavy rain

By the late morning to the early afternoon, we will see some heavy showers. Tomorrow night: Mostly clear to partly cloudy. If it takes a more southerly course that what is now expected, that rain chance would increase. Monday we have a chance of light rain showers. A cold front will pass through later on Sunday and bring some cooler temperatures in for the first part of the week. Read More

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China Just Took a Big Swing at North Korea's Economy

China Just Took a Big Swing at North Korea's Economy

After the North conducted its fifth nuclear test in September previous year, the UNSC passed UNSC Resolution 2321, which put a cap on North Korean coal exports, reducing its annual coal export revenue by an estimated $700 million. North Korea launched a series of missiles and conducted two nuclear tests in 2016 in its quest to develop a weapons system capable of hitting the USA mainland. Read More

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Pres. Trump Questioned on Intel Leaks by CNN's Acosta

Pres. Trump Questioned on Intel Leaks by CNN's Acosta

He also lamented that "drugs are becoming cheaper than candy bars"; spouted a deeply misleading statistic about the federal court that blocked his immigration ban; maintained that the ban had a "very smooth rollout;" and falsely claimed that he had won the electoral college by a larger margin than any president since Reagan. Read More

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Tamil Nadu CM Palaniswami comfortably wins confidence vote

Following this, five Congress MLAs rebelled and announced their resignation which led to a free-for-all situation in the Assembly, with MLAs hurling whatever they could find at each other, according to The Wire . DMK MLA Ku Ka Selvam also sat on the Speaker's chair in protest. Out of 234 MLAs, only 230 members are going to cast their vote in the confidence motion moved by Sasikala's loyalist EPS to prove his majority to continue as the CM of Tamil Nadu. Read More

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Donald Trump isn't the only news event on Earth

Donald Trump isn't the only news event on Earth

For critics and detractors, he was volatile, erratic, and nearly unhinged. The WSJ also reported that Kushner did not bring up the proposed $85 billion deal, which Trump opposed on the record during the campaign. "It really reminds me of Harry Truman, who so famously said: 'Look, I don't know where it's supposed to stop, I was given that buck'". "I was given - I actually, I've seen that information around". Read More

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DMK to vote against Sasikala

Panneerselvam camp appointed sitting MLA Semmalai as AIADMK whip and sent a letter to the assembly to this effect. He urged the family members and the constituency members of the respective MLAs to advise them appropriately on this matter. Read More

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ODNI Denies WSJ Story Claiming Intel Officials Withhold Information from President Trump

ODNI Denies WSJ Story Claiming Intel Officials Withhold Information from President Trump

At the time Glenn Carle , a retired CIA officer, told the newspaper the intelligence agencies face an "existential crisis" prompted by the imminent prospect of serving "someone for whom the truth is irrelevant". Trump tweeted angrily about the leakers who have disclosed to the press that intelligence officials have determined that there were contacts between Russian Federation and Trump campaign officials during the past year. Read More

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Ukraine leader warns West not to

Ukraine leader warns West not to "appease" Russia

Almost three years of fighting between government forces and Russia-backed rebels in eastern Ukraine has killed nearly 10,000 people. But the warring sides had already agreed on Wednesday that they would withdraw heavy weapons from the frontline by next Monday in line with a tattered peace plan, and Lavrov warned that there had been no "major progress" in Munich. Read More

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Second Suspect Arrested In Death Of N. Korean Dictator's Half-Brother

The Indonesian, identified as Siti Aishah, 25, is the second woman arrested in the case. At least three other suspects are at large, according to Malaysian authorities. In many cases, news outlets run front-page stories with reports based on quotes that are hard to confirm. But some analysts question what motive Kim Jong-un would have to kill his estranged half-brother, given the risk of the operation and possibilities for embarrassment, added to the fact that he was not seen as a ... Read More

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Trump Administration Denies Considering Use of National Guard for Deportations

Trump Administration Denies Considering Use of National Guard for Deportations

However, the White House says that's not true. An AP reporter responded by saying that the newswire had asked the White House for comment several times before the story ran, and that the White House never responded. There are precedents for National Guard personnel being deployed to support federal Border Patrol officers. The draft memo explores the possibility of using section 287 (g ) of the Immigration and Nationality Act to deputize National Guard members as immigration ... Read More

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Kim Jong Nam's alleged assassin had practiced 'prank' before

A senior Malaysian police official said on Thursday that a third suspect has been arrested by police in the death of a man from the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. His body was taken to a hospital in Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday for an autopsy. In the picture published on the front cover of the New Straits Times on Saturday (18 February), Jong-nam can be seen unconscious and slumped in an airport, moments after the lethal substance was deployed. Read More

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Defense Secretary warns of 'arc of instability' around Europe

Vice President Pence also spoke on the Trump administration's commitment to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation. Mr Pence told the Munich Security Conference in Germany that the worldwide community must also demand that Russian Federation honours a 2015 peace agreement aimed at ending the fighting in eastern Ukraine between government forces and Moscow-backed separatists. Read More

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'Jane Roe,' of Roe v. Wade, dies at 69

McCorvey filed her lawsuit in 1970, seeking to terminate her pregnancy in her home state of Texas. McCorvey died Saturday of heart failure at the age of 69, according to her daughter Melissa. She also said she had lied when she said her 1969 pregnancy that set Roe v. Wade in motion was the result of a rape. She alleged that there was new evidence that abortion hurt women. Read More

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South Korea approves arrest of Samsung's leader

South Korea approves arrest of Samsung's leader

The Seoul Central District Court rejected the initial request to arrest Lee in January, but today issued a warrant for his arrest after additional evidence was provided. Both Samsung and Lee have denied any wrongdoing in the event. Mr Lee is now vice-chairman of Samsung Electronics. Choi, 60, now on trial over charges of coercion and attempted fraud, denies any wrongdoing. Read More

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Grades: Rising Stars Challenge

Basically every shot that went up went in. Kaminsky tried to help make Team USA make one last surge in the fourth quarter with some hot shooting, but it wasn't quite enough. Believe it or not, Frank Kaminsky was his team's leading scorer with 33 points. The only shot Jamal Murray seemingly missed was the one where he tossed his white arm sleeve into the gaggle of screaming fans as he ran off the court at the Smoothie King Center. Read More

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Pliskova downs Wozniacki in Doha final

Pliskova downs Wozniacki in Doha final

On another day punctuated by heavy showers and thunderstorms, meaning long delays for the players, Czech Pliskova beat Zhang Shuai of China 6-2, 6-0, then Dominika Cibulkova in an exciting semi-final 6-4, 4-6, 6-3. She didn´t put many first serves in, and after just 20 minutes Pliskova was up already 4/0. "I knew I had a chance to break her, and I did". "It's going to be a great final and I'm excited for it", Wozniacki said. Read More

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Californian bombogenesis sinkhole leaves woman hanging for her life

Californian bombogenesis sinkhole leaves woman hanging for her life

One man was electrocuted when a power line fell on his vehicle, and another motorist died when they were submerged in a flash flood in Victorville, a town 100 miles east of Los Angeles. At least one person was trapped when the first vehicle plunged through the hole, until fire crews were able to pull the woman out of the vehicle. "She said, she thought she was going to die". Read More

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Omar Abdel-Rahman, plotter in 1993 World Trade Center bombing, dies

The spiritual leader of the Egyptian Islamist militant group Al-Gama'a Al-Islamiyya Omar Abdel-Rahman has died in his U.S. prison after serving more than 20 years for seditious conspiracy to commit murder. One of his followers was linked to the assassination of Israeli nationalist Rabbi Meir Kahane, founder of the Jewish Defense League, in 1990. He was accused of inspiring the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center, but was not convicted over that attack. Read More

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Burroughs, Green help USA to second at freestyle wrestling world cup

Burroughs, Green help USA to second at freestyle wrestling world cup

Iran's national squad of freestyle wrestlers defeated the United States rivals at the final to crown the 45th round of the 2017 Freestyle World Cup for the sixth consecutive time in Kermanshah province. But federal courts blocked Trump's ban, allowing Iran to lift its reciprocal ban and the American team to travel to the World Cup. The U.S. ultimately finished in second to Iran in the tournament, and Snyder and Stieber each compiled an individual record of 3-1 at the two-day event. Read More

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China Blacklists Carfentanil, Closing A Deadly Loophole

China Blacklists Carfentanil, Closing A Deadly Loophole

China's recent measures would be a " game-changer " to ending the U.S.'s opioid epidemic, the DEA said . China has now added the drug to its list of controlled substances. "DEA welcomes additional controls of other deadly fentanyl-related compounds along with fentanyl precursors", Baer said. During 2015, drug overdoses accounted for 52,404 USA deaths, including 33,091 (63.1 percent) that involved an opioid, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Read More

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Dead rat in mid-day meal lands nine school children in hospital

Dead rat in mid-day meal lands nine school children in hospital

The students were rushed to the Madan Mohan Malviya Hospital in Malviya Nagar. At least nine students were hospitalized after a dead rat was served in mid-day meal at government school in the national capital on Thursday. After that, nine students were rushed to a nearby hospital immediately. Talked to students and doctor. "Our officers will remain in the hospital", he said. Read More

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Pakistan targets militant camps in Afghanistan

This is not the only recent attack on a Sufi religious site in Pakistan: Last November, another bombing in a different shrine killed dozens of people, and ISIS claimed credit for that as well. The military did not specify who was on the list, but it has long claimed that the head of Pakistani Taliban, Mullah Fazlullah, and other militants are hiding on Afghan soil with the goal to foment violence inside Pakistan . Read More

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