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  • Former Test cricketer to lead second review, into player behaviour

    Former Test cricketer to lead second review, into player behaviour

    After Warner broke down into tears during an emotional media conference last Saturday, the former vice-captain noted that he was mulling his decision whether to appeal Cricket Australia's sanctions. Reaction of Australian public felt that Australian players had not played the game in a fair way", he said. "We are all going to come under the microscope in terms of what is occurring back in the organisation which might have contributed to this, but I can tell you circumstances like this ...

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  • Pak PM arrives in Afghanistan on day-long visit

    Pak PM arrives in Afghanistan on day-long visit

    Pakistan said Abbasi welcomed Ghani's vision for peace and reconciliation in Afghanistan and his offer of peace talks to the Taliban. "The two leaders reiterated that terrorism was a common enemy and threat", the statement said. have blamed Pakistan for allegedly providing safe havens to elements of the Afghan Taliban and Haqqani Network. Afghanistan should focus on plugging gaps on its side of the border and refrain from the "blame game", the ministry said.

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  • Lula is not going to go into prison voluntarily, reports ' Folha '

    Lula is not going to go into prison voluntarily, reports ' Folha '

    Federal Judge Sergio Moro , who has handled the bulk of cases in Brazil's biggest anti-corruption effort, ordered Lula to turn himself in by late Friday afternoon. The drama is of huge outcome to Brazil's presidential race, in which 72-year-old Lula, despite his legal problems, is the easy leader in polls. An appeals court in Porto Alegre raised the sentence to 12 years and one month in January.

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  • Things to Know About the Teacher Strike in Oklahoma

    Things to Know About the Teacher Strike in Oklahoma

    Teachers haven't said when the walkout will end. 'Stop the war on public education!' Normally on a Monday at 3 p.m., I'd be driving home from school in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma , just outside Tulsa. If she can land a similar teaching job in the Dallas area, she could earn about $20,000 a year more . Many teachers claim they are not paid enough, and that has driven them to find a second job.

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  • Teenage girl shot dead in Tottenham

    Teenage girl shot dead in Tottenham

    A 16-year-old boy shot in the face on Monday night in Walthamstow, east London, has died in hospital, Scotland Yard has said. Tanesha, whose name has not been officially confirmed, was pronounced dead at 22:43 on Monday after a drive-by shooting in Chalgrove Road near Northumberland Park, Tottenham.

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  • Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. honored 50 years after assassination

    Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. honored 50 years after assassination

    Clayborne Carson, the founding director of Stanford's King Institute, told CNN . Hundreds of people gathered at the headquarters of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, where they chanted, banged drums and held signs saying "I Am" - one of the slogans for events surrounding the anniversary of King's death.

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  • Marines feared dead in helicopter Accident Nearby US-Mexico Boundary

    Marines feared dead in helicopter Accident Nearby US-Mexico Boundary

    EDT), a few miles away from the U.S. -Mexico border. The cause of the crash was under investigation. To view PDF documents, Download Acrobat Reader . The CH-53 helicopters are used to transport heavy equipment and supplies, and are capable of lifting 16 tons, according to the Marines website . The pilot ejected and was listed in stable condition at Camp Lemonnier's expeditionary medical facility, said Cmdr.

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  • 18 attorneys general and 6 cities file lawsuit against Commerce Department

    18 attorneys general and 6 cities file lawsuit against Commerce Department

    District Court in Manhattan, argues that adding the citizenship demand to the 2020 census questionnaire was an arbitrary decision that will "fatally undermine the accuracy of the population count". The cities of New York City, Chicago, Philadelphia, Providence, San Francisco and Seattle are also plaintiffs, as is the bipartisan U.S. Conference of Mayors.

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  • EPA to Revise Emissions Standards for Cars, Trucks

    EPA to Revise Emissions Standards for Cars, Trucks

    The Environment Protection Agency is challenging California to conform to the national emission standards , but the repercussions certainly will hurt the state's auto industry. Critics of Pruitt and the Trump EPA argue that automakers are better off making cars and trucks with better fuel economy. Automakers agreed to the higher 2012 standards, in part, because of the promise to harmonize CARB with the EPA.

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  • Erdogan, Putin break ground for nuclear power plant

    Erdogan, Putin break ground for nuclear power plant

    Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkey's Tayyip Erdogan marked the start to construction, watching by video link from Ankara. "We are witnessing a historic moment in terms of the development of our country and the cooperation with Russian Federation on energy", Erdogan said, adding that Turkey is determined to boost cooperation with Russian Federation on regional issues.

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  • Ichiro robs a home run and continues to rob Father Time

    Ichiro robs a home run and continues to rob Father Time

    Seattle's left fielder, who at 44 with little spring training figured to be a fielding liability, rose up to steal a home run from Jose Ramirez in the third inning at Safeco Field. Cruz was wearing a protective boot after the game. "We'll have to wait and see what the results are", manager Scott Servais said. Per the club, the injury occurred during a workout on Wednesday.

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  • Cops believe SUV crash that killed family may have been intentional

    Cops believe SUV crash that killed family may have been intentional

    This is all based on preliminary information". "There was acceleration all the way up until it impacted the ocean floor", Baarts said. Three other adopted children are missing: Hannah , 16; Devonte , 15; and Sierra , 12. No details have been released about the results of the search at the couple's home. A spokesman for the sheriff's office said Thursday the home was "neat and in order" with "no obvious signs of violence".

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  • All the references made to Ant McPartlin's absence from Saturday Night Takeaway

    All the references made to Ant McPartlin's absence from Saturday Night Takeaway

    Tonight's episode of Saturday Night Takeaway is the first time Dec ( Declan Donnelly ) has appeared on TV without his co-star Ant (McPartlin ) since their television debut in Byker Grove in 1989. A source told The Sun newspaper: "Explaining Ant's absence has been the hardest part of planning". "The bosses are torn in regards to how they can hit the right tone".

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  • Ty Lue to rejoin team as an observer for tonight's game

    Ty Lue to rejoin team as an observer for tonight's game

    A loss on Friday and the Cavs would've been in fifth. Big man Kevin Love , who was hit in the mouth Tuesday in Miami, returned after missing one game while going through the league's concussion protocol. Clarkson was also a key performer for the Cavaliers as he scored 23 points on 9-of-13 from the field. Jose Calderon played some minutes for Hill and scored five points.

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  • USA ends release policy for detained pregnant immigrants

    USA ends release policy for detained pregnant immigrants

    When a pregnant immigrant is detained, ICE will notify the Enforcement and Removal Operations, Homeland Security Investigations, Field Office Directors, and Special Agents in Charge. Between October 2016 and September 2017, a total of 525 pregnant detainees were taken into ICE custody , the Los Angeles Times reported, with 33 still detained by late September.

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