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Our Boys are coming off a dominant 3-0 win against Turkey away from home and should easily win this match against a much weaker opponent in front of a home crowd. Andrej Kramaric scored twice in the second half to seal the runners-up spot a crunch showdown next month for a place in Russian Federation. Kramaric's header from Luka Modric's cross from the right broke the deadlock in the 62nd minute, before the Hoffenheim striker converted Ivan Rakitic's through ball at the far post eight ...
  • Malala Yousafzai attends first lecture at Oxford University

    Malala Yousafzai attends first lecture at Oxford University

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    After receiving life-saving care in England, Yousafzai became a best-selling author, global advocate for women's education, and the youngest person to win the Nobel Peace Prize. We wish you all the best at Oxford, Malala. Ik (I know) you miss me but i am coming to oxford in 2years'. While living under the Taliban rule, she wrote a blog under a pseudonym which featured her thoughts on girls education.
  • Hurricane Nate weakens to tropical storm after Biloxi landfall

    Hurricane Nate weakens to tropical storm after Biloxi landfall

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    Nate's powerful winds have knocked out power to more than 100,000 customers in MS and Alabama . The Hurricane Warnings for Metropolitan New Orleans and Lake Pontchartrain are downgraded to Tropical Storm Warnings. In neighbouring Costa Rica , the President Luis Guillermo Solis said the rains have created the greatest crisis in the country's history. Power outages reached more than 100,000 for these states, a DOE report stated, and a combined 60,000 homes were still ...
  • US Army ready for 'military options' in North Korea, says Mattis

    US Army ready for 'military options' in North Korea, says Mattis

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    Mattis made the remarks during a speech at the annual conference of the Association of the U.S. Army, a non-profit advocacy group. "What does the future hold?" "There is one thing the U.S. The former Marine Corps general has said that war with North Korea would be "catastrophic". US President Donald Trump said last week that years of talking to the North and providing aid haven't worked and that there was "only one thing [that] will work" to rein in North Korea's nuclear and missile ...
  • Project Loon to Fly in Puerto Rico?

    Project Loon to Fly in Puerto Rico?

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    An "emergency license " has been issued by the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC ) to Google's parent company Aplhpabet to deploy Project Loon balloons over Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands for up to six months.
  • Hollywood condemnation of Weinstein grows louder

    Hollywood condemnation of Weinstein grows louder

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    The purge will begin Wednesday with Lifetime's "Project Runway", the first Weinstein Company-produced show to air after the sexual harassment allegations , according to Deadline . "Now, people far braver than me, who actually worked in the industry, came out against a man who has immeasurable power in Hollywood , that really took guts".
  • Duterte's satisfaction rating plunges below 50 per cent amid drug killings

    Duterte's satisfaction rating plunges below 50 per cent amid drug killings

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    Although significantly lower than Duterte's +66 or "very good" net satisfaction ratings in June 2017, the current rating is still a +48, or "good", according to the SWS. Sen. JV Ejercito said the President's men should expedite reforms and infrastructure projects for the public to appreciate what the administration has done to uplift their living condition.
  • Trump Suffers Major Losses at Scotland Golf Resorts

    Trump Suffers Major Losses at Scotland Golf Resorts

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    Trump resigned as director of the Scottish companies before his inauguration in January 2017, but remains the owner via a trust set up when he became president. Trump built the resort near Aberdeen from scratch after purchasing the land in 2006. Revenue at both courses fell from 11.4 million pounds, or $15 million, in 2015, to 9 million pounds or $11.7 million in 2016.
  • Vegas Shooter Stephen Paddock Slept All Day, Gambled All Night

    Vegas Shooter Stephen Paddock Slept All Day, Gambled All Night

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    Authorities say gunman Stephen Paddock of Mesquite, Nevada, killed at least 58 people. The document has been turned over to the FBI as part of its investigation into the deadly shooting, CNN reported. He was on his way to the high-limit room when he slipped on some liquid and fell. An arbitrator ultimately ruled in favor of the casino. Some of the testimony centered on his gambling.
  • Heavy rains claims two lives in Kolkata, North 24 Parganas

    Heavy rains claims two lives in Kolkata, North 24 Parganas

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    City traffic was also affected big time as waterlogged streets and uprooted trees blocked some thoroughfares of the city, delaying the peak hour traffic. "Due to gusty winds, flight services got disrupted", said Airport Director Atul Dixit. Landing of 47 in-bound flights and departure of about 35 flights was rescheduled and many flights were delayed, an official said.
  • Wind-driven brush fire threatens homes in Anaheim Hills

    Wind-driven brush fire threatens homes in Anaheim Hills

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    A firefighter tries to put out flames at a home in Anaheim Hills during the Canyon Fire 2 on October 9, 2017. It was at first only about 25 acres but had torn through some 500 acres by 12:30 p.m., authorities said. Officials said the fire was moving rapidly toward the 241 Freeway. It has been officially designated as the Canyon 2 Fire. Three regional parks - Irvine, Santiago Oaks and Yorba - were all closed due to the fire and smoke covering the area.
  • Pakistan assures United States, media that CPEC project will help region develop

    Pakistan assures United States, media that CPEC project will help region develop

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    Reacting to US Defense Secretary James Mattis's reservations about CPEC route, Foreign Office spokesman Nafees Zakaria said, "CPEC is a project for development, connectivity and prosperity of the region and welfare of the people". "US opposed the one going through Pakistan also because it passed through a disputed territory" he claimed while indirectly referring to CPEC. The OBOR is now being renamed as Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) to overcome the limitations of the earlier nomenclature, ...