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  • Spain: Poor English may have caused bungee-jumping death

    Spain: Poor English may have caused bungee-jumping death

    Also, the bridge where the accident occurred should not be used for bungee jumping, prosecutors claim. The instructor is under investigation for negligent homicide. The court said Tuesday that a trial in the case had yet to be ordered. He most recently ruled that the instructor's proficiency in English was not to a high enough standard to be guiding foreigners in "something as delicate as jumping into the void from an elevated point".

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  • Spanish state prosecutor accuses Jose Mourinho of tax fraud

    They said Mourinho had already settled a previous claim relating to his Spanish taxes, which resulted in a penalty of €1.15-million in 2014. A Bola reported last week that Ronaldo had intentions for leaving the Spanish club, but also reported that Perez believed he could dissuade his superstar from departing.

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  • SKorean president calls for NKorean Olympic participation

    SKorean president calls for NKorean Olympic participation

    The dialogue with North Korea is a part of newly elected South Korean President Moon Jae-in's policy, aimed at reconciliation on the Korean peninsula. South and nuclear-armed North Korea are separated by one of the world's most heavily armed borders, and remain technically at war. However, the pivot towards reconciliation with North Korea could raise eyebrows in the USA, where President Donald Trump's early days in office have been marked by heightened tension with the communist state.

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  • Murray, Wawrinka to meet 2nd time in French Open semis

    Murray, Wawrinka to meet 2nd time in French Open semis

    Andy Murray rebounded strongly to beat Kei Nishikori 2-6, 6-1, 7-6, 6-1 in the quarter-finals of Roland Garros . Having dispatched Karen Khachanov in straight sets 6-3, 6-4, 6-4, Murray used his courtside post-match interview to talk about the terror attacks at Manchester Arena and London Bridge that left 29 people dead and many more injured.

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  • Hamilton wins F1 Canadian GP, picks up points on Vettel

    Hamilton wins F1 Canadian GP, picks up points on Vettel

    Having equalled the number of poles as Ayrton Senna in qualifying on Saturday, the Briton had his focus set on the win and remained unchallenged throughout the 70-lap race. He came out of the pits in sixth position, but soon got promoted to fifth when Raikkonen made another pit stop. Mexican Sergio Perez finished fifth after a bruising battle with his Force India team-mate Esteban Ocon of France, who was sixth.

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  • Fake money thrown at AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma

    Fake money thrown at AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma

    I will analyse and evaluate all of them, but our project is clear. "He told me, 'I want to stay at AC Milan , I don't want to leave.' One aspect leaves a bitter aftertaste: legitimacy should always go together with ethics". "I appreciate what Mister Li, who is following this situation with me on a daily basis, is making me perceive, we do not need someone to give us handouts, offering €15-20m for Donnarumma ".

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  • New Zealand wins toss, will bowl 1st against England

    Joe Root top scored for England with a battling 64, while Buttler, a specialist in the one-day format of the game, made a quick-fire unbeaten 61 as the home side made a total of 310 all out. "I think if we're truly going to be contenders for this tournament, we need to beat the best teams - and Australia are one of the best teams", he said.

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  • Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant look to build a Warriors dynasty

    A report surfaced shortly after Game 5 claiming that the Warriors would unanimously refuse any invitation to the White House, but that report was clearly debunked by the organization's statement . Still, the series could easily be tied 2-2. After back-to-back blowouts, the Warriors were 4-point road favorites in Game 3 in Cleveland. This gave Durant the most points in history for a player who averaged at least 50 percent from the field, 40 percent from three and 90 percent from the ...

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  • De'Aaron Fox Works For Lakers

    De'Aaron Fox Works For Lakers

    He was one of the best players on a loaded Kentucky team all season, but stepped his game up when faced with arguably the best point guard in the country - UCLA's Lonzo Ball . Fox also listed Lakers guard D'Angelo Russell as one of those players in case the Lakers pass on Fox. They are not impressed, however, with his level of conditioning.

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  • Warriors' Green will be on the court for this Finals game 5

    Golden State still leads the best-of-seven series 3-1 as we shift back to the Bay Area for Game 5 on Monday night. The Warriors took the lead at the 6:37 mark in the second quarter, and although Cleveland made some formidable runs, getting within three points early in the fourth quarter, Golden State didn't let up until the final buzzer sounded and the confetti fell from the rafters.

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  • Sweden take advantage of Hugo Lloris blunder to beat France

    Sweden take advantage of Hugo Lloris blunder to beat France

    However, the 30-year-old played his way into danger and rushed his kick, passing the ball straight to opposing attacker Ola Toivonen on the halfway line. The latest result for the Scandinavian side was a huge 4-0 win over Belarus , but before that did have a tough 2-1 loss to France away from home.

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  • 'Pogba and I can drive Man Utd to glory', says Herrera

    'Pogba and I can drive Man Utd to glory', says Herrera

    United apparently saw a £52m offer rejected by the European Champions before the Europa League winners returned with an improved £60m bid. Despite criticism aimed at Pogba this season, the 24-year-old created more chances (57), completed more passes (1,812) and completed more take ons (75) than any other Manchester United player in the league.

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  • Hamilton: Clear Ferrari are favouring Vettel

    Hamilton: Clear Ferrari are favouring Vettel

    Both Vettel that Raikkonen is due and the German, who has repeatedly reiterated that he wanted to be the champion with Ferrari , appears set to extend his marriage with the Italian brand. "For myself it could have been better". "I guess there's some reason for everything that happens in life, but we'll have to see". Monaco past year was a hard track for us again.

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  • Patriots close to extension with WR Edelman

    Patriots close to extension with WR Edelman

    In fact, while his 98 receptions became the second-highest single-season total of his National Football League career, he managed to set a new single-season career-best mark with his more than 1,100 yards receiving. In Super Bowl LI, Edelman only had five catches for 87 yards, but one of those five receptions was an unbelievable catch you had to see to believe.

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  • Lincoln Riley, 33, takes over as Oklahoma's football coach

    Lincoln Riley, 33, takes over as Oklahoma's football coach

    Over the course of the next 18 seasons, Stoops earned the nickname "Big Game Bob" for his ability to get his football team to marquee postseason matchups. In 1999, Bob Stoops became the head coach at the University of Oklahoma . His guidance also helped the Sooners reach the 2000 BCS National Championship.

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  • Kylian Mbappe Names The Toughest Opponent He's Faced

    Kylian Mbappe Names The Toughest Opponent He's Faced

    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has told Monaco's Kylian Mbappe that he should only move to a club where he is guaranteed to play. The reported offer from United comes days after the Old Trafford club were forced to reshape their transfer plans after Atletico Madrid striker Antoine Griezmann made a decision to turn down the chance to move to Manchester un favour of staying with his current employer.

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