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Ghana, who finished runners-up in the African qualifying tournament, soaked the initial pressure from the Colombians and then slowly began to dictate terms on their South American opponents. on Monday (today). The boys from Africa seemed more at ease in the hot and humid conditions than their Colombian counterparts. Ghana captain Eric himself had a fine try at the Colombia goal in the 73rd minute but goalie Kevin Mier came out of his line in the nick of time to have a last touch and negated ...
  • SpaceX Falcon 9 to launch 10 Iridium Next satellites Monday morning

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    SpaceX said it will attempt to land the first stage of the Falcon 9 on a droneship in the Pacific Ocean with the launch. Apart from the SpaceX launch, two more launches are scheduled for Monday - the first will see the launch of a communications satellite on-board a Chinese Long March 2D rocket, while the second will be the launch of a Michibiki 4 navigation spacecraft on-board a Japanese H-2A rocket.
  • I'd rather focus on North Korea than 'fixing somebody's back'

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    Trump only began questioning the merits of the war several months later, as USA forces became mired in a war against Iraqi insurgents. Schumer said through a spokesman Saturday that Trump "wanted to make another run at repeal and replace and I told the president that's off the table".
  • USA approves $15 billion worth THAAD missiles sale to Saudi Arabia

    USA approves $15 billion worth THAAD missiles sale to Saudi Arabia

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    Meanwhile, King Salman of Saudi Arabia has entered into a preliminary agreement to purchase Russia's S-400 surface-to-air missile defence system, he announced in Moscow last week. The agreement can be seen as a microcosm of Russia's resurgent influence in the Middle East since its active intervention in the Syrian civil war in 2015, as well as the relative decline of US influence in the region.
  • White House: Not the time for gun law debate

    White House: Not the time for gun law debate

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    Friday afternoon during an event with American manufacturers, Trump was asked what he had meant. Trey Yingst of One America News asked Sanders if she thought the president wanted to see the Senate Intelligence Committee investigate media organizations.
  • Luxembourg asks Amazon to set aside EU-imposed tax repayment

    Luxembourg asks Amazon to set aside EU-imposed tax repayment

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    In other cases of illegal tax advantages, such as Fiat in Luxembourg, Starbucks in the Netherlands and a Belgian scheme for 35 companies, the money was also recovered even before appeals were exhausted, the European Commission said. "The European Commission has made a decision to refer Ireland to the European Court of Justice for failing to recover from Apple illegal state aid", the EU's anti-trust regulator said in a statement.
  • Wildfires force evacuations in Northern California

    Wildfires force evacuations in Northern California

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    Multiple fires broke out Sunday night as strong winds buffeted the area. As of about 4:30 p.m., fire crews had stopped the flames from advancing and were working to fully contain the blaze. A second fire burning near Calistoga also prompted evacuations from the area of Knights Valley in Sonoma County to Tubbs Lane in Napa Valley, the Napa County Sheriff's Office told NBC Bay Area.
  • Off-duty police officer critically injured in crash

    Off-duty police officer critically injured in crash

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    According to New Hampshire State Police Sgt. Steven Wheeler, around 9:26 a.m. Officials confirm that Remigo is an off-duty police officer with the Somerville, Massachusetts Police Department. The 63-year-old driver, John Bramford, and 61-year-old passenger, Jaclyn Bramford, were both injured. Ricci, of Burlington, Massachusetts, was arrested on a felony reckless conduct charge and is now being held on $10,000 cash bail at Rockingham County Jail.
  • Police still baffled by Las Vegas gunman's motive for massacre

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    He boasted in text messages about his father Benjamin being a bank robber who escaped jail in 1969, reports The Sun . "It never occurred to me in any way whatsoever that he was planning violence against anyone". According to the officials, it is unclear whether he told about his plan to anyone before shooting. Tracer rounds illuminate their path so a gunman can home in on targets at night.
  • Google's Project Loon cleared to deliver LTE to Puerto Rico

    Google's Project Loon cleared to deliver LTE to Puerto Rico

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    Alphabet , which announced its Project Loon in 2013 to use solar-powered, high-altitude balloons to provide internet service in remote regions, said in an FCC filing it was working to "support licensed mobile carriers' restoration of limited communications capability" in Puerto Rico .
  • Miami Beach officers involved in crash, fatal shooting, police say

    Miami Beach officers involved in crash, fatal shooting, police say

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    She was confronted by police officers near Washington and 12th who surrounded her vehicle. The woman was treated at the scene but later died, he said. He was cared for on the scene and taken to Ryder Trauma Center conscious and talking. "The vehicle was coming westbound from Ocean on 12th and went through the red light, struck an occupied auto on 12th and Collins", said Dan Oates, the Miami Beach Police Chief.
  • 12 dead as Myanmar's Rohingya refugee boat capsizes on way to Bangladesh

    12 dead as Myanmar's Rohingya refugee boat capsizes on way to Bangladesh

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    Alauddin Nayan, the area coast guard commander, said he thinks around 40 of the 100 on board were adults whilst others were children. Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) official Abdul Jalil told AFP 12 bodies had been recovered after an all-night rescue operation, saying "they include 10 children, an elderly woman and a man".
  • Investigate charges against Shah's son, demands Opposition

    Investigate charges against Shah's son, demands Opposition

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    Goyal said Jay Amit Shah had taken loans either from non-banking financial companies (NBFCs) or Non-funded Credit Facilities from cooperative bank on purely commercial terms strictly in accordance with law. "Will you ask ED to arrest these people", Sibal asked at a press conference here. The Congress charge against the BJP leadership was led by none other than party vice-president Rahul Gandhi , who also linked the episode - as surfaced in an article on a website " The Wire " - to Mr ...
  • Student expelled for Pledge of Allegiance sitdown, lawsuit claims

    Student expelled for Pledge of Allegiance sitdown, lawsuit claims

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    The principal then allegedly told her, "Well, you're kicked out of here". Thus, according to the guidelines in the Barnette case, it has been made clear that schools can not force students to recite or stand for the Pledge of Allegiance (including standing silently while others recite the pledge).
  • Woman Found Dead In Sydney Alleyway

    Woman Found Dead In Sydney Alleyway

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    Luke Bladen Williams Hamilton said he tried to establish there was "no sign of life", but soon realised the woman was dead. Mr Hamilton said he also saw smears of blood on a wall about five metres away. Police are still investigating whether the two incidents are linked. The macabre situation drew a crowd of spectators. Rohan Pulakhandam, who works at the nearby Hoyts cinema, saw the man on the balcony roof after 11am.