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DeRozan converted a three-point play, and Lowry drilled a three right in front of the Bucks bench to tie the game with 57 seconds to play. DeRozan eclipsed marks set by Terrence Ross (2014) and Vince Carter (2000), making 17 of his 29 field goals to lead the way in the overtime thriller.
  • Auburn CB Carlton Davis to miss Peach Bowl with illness

    Auburn CB Carlton Davis to miss Peach Bowl with illness

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    Mckenzie Milton has had one of the most productive offensive seasons of any quarterback in the nation, including Heisman Trophy victor Baker Mayfield. "For me to be here, for the players to be here, it's outstanding it's something that we're all kind of soaking in and it's been building up, where you look at an Auburn who could have been in the national championship and fell in to this bowl", said Graddy.
  • Cold snap to stretch through first week of 2018

    Cold snap to stretch through first week of 2018

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    The Arctic air mass that's kept the last week bitterly cold in MI isn't letting up as we cross into 2018. Today: Mostly sunny, very cold and breezy. The worst of the wind chills will occur this morning, ranging from 10 to 20 below zero. Then, after a sunny start Wednesday , clouds increase during the afternoon.
  • A frigid start to 2018

    A frigid start to 2018

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    In fact, most of our area will spend the first 60 hours of 2018 near or below freezing. Partly sunny skies will greet us on Tuesday and Wednesday. You're will need more than just your winter coat. Also, open up your cabinets below the sink to help circulate the air. New Year's Eve night will be mostly clear with a low around 7 and a wind chill of 5 degrees below zero.
  • Muslim woman can now travel for Hajj alone, thanks to Modi government

    Muslim woman can now travel for Hajj alone, thanks to Modi government

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    According to the Ministry of Minority Affairs, now Muslim women aged above 45 will be allowed to go for the pilgrimage without " mehram " in a group of at least four. Nothing extraordinary as claimed by Modi and his minister. Explaining the reason to oppose the decision, Mr. Obedullah of Jamia Nizamia said that as per Shariyat, a woman can not perform Haj without Mahram .
  • Lorde accused of antisemitism in newspaper ad after cancelling Israel concert

    Lorde accused of antisemitism in newspaper ad after cancelling Israel concert

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    The organisation behind the ad is the World Values Network , a US-based group that promotes Judaism and defends Israel in American media. "I've received an overwhelming number of messages & letters and have had a lot of discussions with people holding many views, and I think the right decision at this time is to cancel the show", Lorde wrote in a statement distributed by Naranjah, the Israeli promoters of her Tel Aviv show.
  • Cousin filmed slapping soldiers with Ahed Tamimi indicted on assault

    Cousin filmed slapping soldiers with Ahed Tamimi indicted on assault

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    Israeli authorities have filed charges against a Palestinian woman after she was arrested last month over a video in which she and her cousin confronted two Israeli soldiers in the occupied West Bank went viral. Ahed's cousin, Nur Tamimi, was indicted on Sunday with aggravated assault of a soldier in the line of duty. Ahed Tamimi became a Palestinian national icon, with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas calling on the phone Ahed's father to encourage him in face of the arrests.
  • Huntsville's annual polar bear dip cancelled due to extreme weather

    Huntsville's annual polar bear dip cancelled due to extreme weather

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    Swimmers in the eastern Ontario town of Perth, Calgary, Vancouver and Victoria will take the plunge later in the day. Organizers cut a hole in the ice and swimmers lined up to wait their turn. But in spite of extreme cold warnings issued by Environment Canada that cover much of Alberta, Saskatchewan, Ontario and southern Quebec, many events were scheduled to go ahead.
  • Boy, 16, held after parents, sister and family friend shot dead

    Boy, 16, held after parents, sister and family friend shot dead

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    The suspect is expected to be arraigned as an adult on Monday and is facing four counts of murder and one count of possession of a weapon for unlawful purposes. The suspect's brother and grandfather were also at the home, but were not injured in the shooting. "It didn't require any force". He said the teenager was taken into custody without incident and described the shooting as an isolated domestic incident.
  • Rain saves West Indies after electric Munro knock

    Rain saves West Indies after electric Munro knock

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    Play was eventually abandoned at 10 pm. The landslide off boundaries off Munro continued, with the left-hander taking two more fours off the leg-spinner before hitting Carlos Brathwaite for one six and three fours. In addition, this was the fourth fastest T20I half-century. In the first T20 on Friday, the West Indies' long, dry summer in New Zealand continued when they were beaten by 47 runs in the first of three Twenty20 internationals.
  • Abbas condemns proposal to annex West Bank settlements

    Abbas condemns proposal to annex West Bank settlements

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    Yousef al-Mahmoud called the resolution "an outrageous violation of the resolutions of worldwide legitimacy , especially the resolutions of the United Nations and the Security Council, as well as an irony and contempt for the entire UN system", the Palestinian Wafa news service reported.