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Right behind were two players making their first appearances in a World Golf Championship. "I'm really pleased with the way I played". Sharma said the key to his good play had been adjusting to the yardage difference in play at the Club de Golf Chapultepec which is 7,500 feet above sea level.
  • At Tadoba Reserve, Tense Face-Off Between Tiger And Bear Caught On Camera

    At Tadoba Reserve, Tense Face-Off Between Tiger And Bear Caught On Camera

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    It started with the bear approaching a water body with her cub as the tiger attacked her. The next few tense minutes see both the tiger and the sloth bear viciously charge at each other trying to have a go at each other, reported NDTV . Both the animals suffered injuries in the attack, while the young cub ran away during the fight. The video went viral on social media. He said though they form part of a tiger's diet, sloth bear are generally avoided by big cats since their sharp claws - ...
  • Police release seven suspects in Slovakian journalist's killing

    Police release seven suspects in Slovakian journalist's killing

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    Kuciak reported on tax and subsidy fraud and links between businessmen and local politicians. Jan Kuciak, who was writing an article on corruption allegations, and his fiancée Martina Kusnirova were shot dead at their home last Sunday. Kuciak's funeral will be held on Saturday in the northern village of Stiavnik, near the Czech border. Two close Fico associates were forced to resign after the article was posthumously published on Wednesday, while one minister quit in protest.
  • Katarina Johnson-Thompson wins pentathlon gold at Athletics World Indoor Championships

    Katarina Johnson-Thompson wins pentathlon gold at Athletics World Indoor Championships

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    At the World Championships in Beijing in 2015 she ended up 28th in the heptathlon after three fouls on her long jump - her best discipline - and then in London last summer she was fifth. It meant Britain had their first gold medal at the world indoors since Richard Kilty shocked everybody by taking the 60m in Sopot in 2014. The global events have not been her happiest stage.
  • Slow-moving nor'easter hammers East Coast, kills five

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    A weather bomb, or nor'easter, is a term used to describe a specific low-pressure system which falls 24 millibars within a 24-hour period. Disruption from the storm was widespread across Connecticut, New York and New England, with reports that at least five other people were killed in the region.
  • Turkey, Free Syrian Army clear town center in NW Syria

    Turkey, Free Syrian Army clear town center in NW Syria

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    The local Kurdish administration, the Syrian State, the Russian Federation, plus global watchdogs such as the UN, London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), Human Rights Watch, and Amnesty worldwide have all documented civilians killed by Turkish attacks in Afrin .
  • First lady speaks at opioid summit

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    Highlights included Secretary Azar's efforts to eliminate the Medicaid Institution for Mental Disease (IMD) exclusion for substance use interventions through the 1115 waiver; Secretary Carson's new Envision program created to help housing beneficiaries re-establish hope and social support in their lives; and Secretary Shulkin's efforts to change prescription practices in the VA, thus reducing dramatically the number of VA patients exposed to opioids as part of their pain treatment.
  • N-backed candidates win Senate seats for Islamabad: Unofficial results

    N-backed candidates win Senate seats for Islamabad: Unofficial results

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    The leader, who left the PTI after accusing party head Imran Khan of harassment, neither put her weight behind the candidates of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) nor her previous party. A total of 131 candidates are in the run for the elections, the polling for which would continue till 4 pm in the provincial assembly halls and the parliament house Islamabad , without any formal break.