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Farrell will play at inside center instead of Henry Slade as one of three personnel changes from the team that produced an error-strewn display against the Pumas. To accommodate May, Anthony Watson switches to fullback. However, Cheika has opted to retain Hunt's Queensland teammate Samu Keravi to partner Tevita Kuridrani, with Hunt named on the extended bench.
  • Israel Voices Readiness to Cooperate With Saudi Arabia to 'Face Iran'

    Israel Voices Readiness to Cooperate With Saudi Arabia to 'Face Iran'

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    Israel Defense Forces Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Gadi Eisenkot told the Saudi Elaph online newspaper that Iran poses the "real and largest threat to the region", according to the Israeli Haaretz newspaper . Last week Hezbollah secretary-general Hassan Nasrallah accused Saudi Arabia of having appealed to Israel to launch an attack against the group in Lebanon, offering the Jewish state "billions of dollars" to do so.
  • Plot thickens in Turkish gold-trader case ahead of trial Monday

    Plot thickens in Turkish gold-trader case ahead of trial Monday

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    Bloomberg is reporting that Zarrab was suddenly released from prison last week, government records showed, but that two people familiar with the matter say he remains in U.S. "We haven't been informed in five days", Yildirim said. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has said US prosecutors have "ulterior motives" in the case, by including references to him and his wife in court paper.
  • Jury Deadlocked Again in Bribery Trial of New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez

    Jury Deadlocked Again in Bribery Trial of New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez

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    Bob Menendez's federal bribery trial told the judge that it remained deadlocked Thursday after deliberating over more than seven days, and the judge weighed a defense request for a mistrial. During the trial, defense attorneys argued that the two men are longtime pals and that the gifts were not bribes but expressions of friendship. The trial was in its 11th week.
  • Delhi Pollution: EPCA imposes ban of trucks as air quality improves

    Delhi Pollution: EPCA imposes ban of trucks as air quality improves

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    Kohli, in the video, with a caption "Delhi, we need to talk!" and a hashtag #MujheFarakPadtaHai , could be seen suggesting various measures to the resident of Delhi to bring down pollution level. Kohli has posted a video on Twitter, urging people to participate in the battle against the menace . Kohli urged people to use bus and metro instead of their own vehicles.
  • Number of global terrorist attacks down, but Europe faces evolving threat

    Number of global terrorist attacks down, but Europe faces evolving threat

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    According to Global Terrorism Index 2017, the Philippines, China and Thailand have accounted for 85 percent of the total deaths in the Asia Pacific region since 2002. But deaths attributed to the Daesh group increased by almost half in 2016 , with the majority of the rise - 40 percent - in Iraq. However, the first half of 2017 saw a significant reduction in deaths compared to a year ago, the report said, as Isis continued to suffer defeats in Iraq and Syria, diminishing its capacity to ...
  • College Faculty Reject Latest Offer, Strike Continues

    College Faculty Reject Latest Offer, Strike Continues

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    On Nov. 6, the CEC called for a forced vote as negotiations between it and the faculty union, OPSEU, failed to come to mediated settlement. "We are looking at all of our options, but I am hopeful that an agreement to return students to class immediately can be reached by the parties".
  • Manhunt for escaped teen accused of murder continues into 2nd day

    Manhunt for escaped teen accused of murder continues into 2nd day

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    The Atlantic County sheriff's office said Huggins and three other teens attacked a corrections officer at the Harborfields Youth Detention Facility in Egg Harbor around 12:30 a.m. It's not clear how the teens made it to Bridgeton, which is around 50 minutes from where they were last seen in Egg Harbor City. The teens are not believed to be armed, but are still considered unsafe.
  • Lee Min Ho, Bae Suzy split up: Are they just friends now?

    Lee Min Ho, Bae Suzy split up: Are they just friends now?

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    The agency, however, declined to reveal the details of the breakup citing privacy issues. Lee and Bae announced their relationship in March 2015 after photos of them in London circulated online. In September 2015 and August past year, rumors had it that the two parted ways, which the couple denied on both occasions. And both of them denied, said the new as rumours.
  • Mohammad Hafeez suspended again for illegal action

    Mohammad Hafeez suspended again for illegal action

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    His action was first reported in November 2014 and after initial suspension he was allowed to bowl again in April 2015. Assessments confirmed once again that his action was illegal, and he was suspended from bowling for 12 months - the penalty, according to ICC rules, if a bowler's action is found to be illegal twice within a period of 24 months.
  • Netanyahu offers quake aid to arch foe Iran

    Netanyahu offers quake aid to arch foe Iran

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    The Iranian expats living in US have alleged that US Treasury Department has blocked online donations made by Iranians living outside to help the survivors of a recent powerful quake killing 432 people, injuring over 9000 and destroying more than 12000 homes in areas closer to Iraq border.
  • Old Vic theatre apologises after Kevin Spacey investigation reveals 20 allegations

    Old Vic theatre apologises after Kevin Spacey investigation reveals 20 allegations

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    The Old Vic board, which said it have received no complaints about Spacey's behaviour during his tenure, came under further pressure after the report found that one individual had come forward. Staff who witnessed the behaviour also said they were "unclear about how to respond" and "did not feel confident that The Old Vic would take those allegations seriously given who he was", the theatre said.
  • Hogan Releases Statement On Baltimore Police Officer

    Hogan Releases Statement On Baltimore Police Officer

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    According to ABC 2 News , three agencies -FBI, the ATF, and Metro Crime Stoppers - have pooled resources to offer a combined reward of $64,000 for information leading to an arrest and conviction of the person responsible for shooting the officer.
  • SC to examine if 2006 verdict on quota in promotions needs reconsideration

    SC to examine if 2006 verdict on quota in promotions needs reconsideration

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    Reservation in jobs and education in Rajasthan has exceeded the 50 per cent cap and it can not be stretched further, the Supreme Court has said, effectively freezing the state's bid to give quota to Gujjars for now. The bill to this effect, which was introduced in the monsoon session of the state assembly, was however, put on hold by the Rajasthan High Court after an appeal against it.
  • Supreme Court's word on Ayodhya dispute final: UP Governor

    Supreme Court's word on Ayodhya dispute final: UP Governor

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    The Board member Ejaz Arshad Qasmi had recently held talks with Ravi Shankar in Bengaluru on the Ayodhya issue while another Board member Kamal Farooqui had met him in the national capital on 13 November. He said, "I went to jail 25-35 times". In March, the apex court, however, suggested that it would be best if the contentious issue is settled amicably out of the court between concerned parties.