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It was the kind of large-scale graft network similar to those uncovered in the last three years at other major Brazilian companies. The impact from the leak, which ensnared senior politicians, led to Brazil's worst financial market selloff in at least a decade.
  • Iran, Russia representatives hold talks on Syria Affairs

    Iran, Russia representatives hold talks on Syria Affairs

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    The meeting comes a day before the start of a sixth round of Syria peace talks in Astana that are sponsored by Russia, Iran, and Turkey - negotiations that are separate from United Nations-sponsored talks in Geneva. Idlib is the only province in Syria that remains entirely beyond regime control after having been captured in 2015 by an alliance of jihadists and rebels.
  • [Teams] Tottenham vs Borussia Dortmund: Confirmed Line-Ups

    [Teams] Tottenham vs Borussia Dortmund: Confirmed Line-Ups

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    It's hard to explain because many things happened around the team. Dortmund will have the opportunity for revenge in the reverse fixture at Signal Iduna on November 21. The Italian missed a foul by Harry Kane just before Tottenham's second goal and wrongly disallowed a Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang strike for offside. Heung-min Son gets a recall as he replaces Dele Alli in attack as the England worldwide starts a three-game suspension following his sending off against Gent in the Europa ...
  • Barcelona Players Unhappy Over the Handling of Iniesta's Contract Renewal

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    Iniesta's current deal at Barcelona expires at the end of the season. Iniesta has been at Barca since 1996 and made over 450 appearances for the club. "I'm not clear when I will make the decision because I do not think about it". And with Barcelona having lost one of their key players, Neymar, to French giants Paris Saint-Germain in a €222 million deal this summer, the fans have been anxious sick thinking about their other two stars' future.
  • Minnesota jobless rate up a tick in August; 6600 jobs cut

    Minnesota jobless rate up a tick in August; 6600 jobs cut

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    Construction jobs were up by 2,400 from July to August and the sector showed an increase in 6,300 positions since August of 2016. Only the Twin Cities area had a bigger gain since August of a year ago at 2.3 percent. Logging and mining held steady. Construction and manufacturing also added jobs. In the past year, education and health services has added the most jobs (up 17,280).
  • Get excited: Olive Garden's never ending pasta pass is back!

    Get excited: Olive Garden's never ending pasta pass is back!

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    There are only 50 of those passes available though, so they will sell out likely within a second. According to the fine print for the "Pasta Passport", the 8-day, 7-night Italy vacation will take place on April 7, 2018. "We couldn't think of a better way to create even more memories and a deeper connection to our brand than through a special edition Pasta Pass that includes an all-inclusive trip for two to the country that inspires us".
  • UN Security Council adopts new sanctions against North Korea

    UN Security Council adopts new sanctions against North Korea

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    Monday's decision was the ninth sanctions resolution unanimously adopted by the 15-member Security Council since 2006 over North Korea's ballistic missile and nuclear programs. "And today, the Security Council is saying that if the North Korean regime does not halt its nuclear programme, we will act to stop it ourselves", she said.
  • Nun with chainsaw takes on the mess Hurricane Irma left behind

    Nun with chainsaw takes on the mess Hurricane Irma left behind

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    Carroll High School can be seen in her religious habit firing up a chainsaw to cut up the remains of downed trees that had fallen on neighborhood roadways. "And I saw somebody spin in the mud and nearly go into a wall, going off the road. So, there was a need, I had the means - so I wanted to help out", she told the news outlet.
  • Contract of 21st Century: Azerbaijan to strengthen its power

    Contract of 21st Century: Azerbaijan to strengthen its power

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    Although at the time dubbed "the contract of the century", the terms of the 1994 agreement reflected the conditions of the time, with oil prices falling, Azerbaijan having just emerged from a civil war, and offshore production in the Caspian sea a new and risky area of investment.
  • Tillerson presses China to apply oil leverage on North Korea

    Tillerson presses China to apply oil leverage on North Korea

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    Johnson, who this week visited the British territories of Anguilla and the British Virgin islands to see the devastation caused by Irma, will discuss the worldwide response with Tillerson and French Political Director Nicolas de Riviere. U.S. President Donald Trump has previously expressed doubts about the Iran nuclear deal, which is created to curb Iran's nuclear program in return for lifting most Western sanctions.
  • Drake Donates $200000 To JJ Watt's Hurricane Harvey Relief Fundraiser

    Drake Donates $200000 To JJ Watt's Hurricane Harvey Relief Fundraiser

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    Harvey, which upended millions of lives and submerged crops in Texas and the Mississippi Delta region, may cause up to $1 billion in losses for crop-growers and livestock producers, Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue said on Monday. He argued that the surface temperature of the Gulf of Mexico was lower then, and because Amelia delivered almost as much rain as Harvey, that warmer waters and climate change could not have played a role.
  • Rare White giraffes spotted in Kenya

    Rare White giraffes spotted in Kenya

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    In leucism , the animals continue to produce dark pigment in their soft tissue due to which they have dark eyes and other patterns. " They were so close and extremely calm and seemed not disturbed by our presence", the Hirola Conservation Program , which manages the area, wrote on its blog.
  • Less than 700000 Georgians without power

    Less than 700000 Georgians without power

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    The hardest hit areas, according to Georgia Power, were DeKalb Fulton, Clayton, Gwinnett, and Hall counties where, as of 10 p.m. Tuesday, more than 184,000 customers were without power . Residents and business owners were allowed to return to the Upper Keys (Key Largo, Tavernier and Islamorada) on Tuesday, but others have to wait until areas are cleared of unsafe debris and search-and-rescue missions are completed.
  • Jacob Rees-Mogg: Food banks 'rather uplifting'

    Jacob Rees-Mogg: Food banks 'rather uplifting'

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    Why is the iPhone X £250 more in Britain than it is in America? . " The real reason for the rise in numbers is because people know they are there and Labour refused to tell them". But it did not affect his standing among Tory activists, with Raab having recently risen up the league table of Tory MPs who grassroots members would like to be the next leader.
  • 3 children killed inside West Sacramento apartment

    3 children killed inside West Sacramento apartment

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    However, a short time later the three children were pronounced dead. Sgt. Roger Kinney said the crime occurred Wednesday night at the Timbers Apartments on Touchstone Place, off Jefferson Boulevard and Linden Road. She is viewed as a casualty of aggressive behavior at home, police said. The initial 911 call came in as a domestic violence incident, and as police were on the way to the apartment, someone called again to report the children were possibly dead, he said.