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Bottas has won two races in 2017 and has 197 points, while Hamilton (238 points) and Vettel (235) have 10 wins between them. If we can get the vehicle well set up for qualifying I am sure we are going to have a strong race from there also.
  • Trump tweets about North Korea's 'Rocket Man'

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    Abe's editorial was published before world leaders gather in NY for a United Nations General Assembly meeting this week, where North Korea's ballistic missile and nuclear weapons programmes are expected to loom large over proceedings. Haley answered firmly saying if the United States has to defend itself "North Korea will be destroyed". Xinhua did not directly link the drills to current tension over North Korea.
  • Energy investment company bails on KPMG over reputational risk

    Energy investment company bails on KPMG over reputational risk

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    KPMG says it will donate to charity the $3 million dollars it earned in fees from the Gupta's and the 23 million it got for carrying out the controversial report. Raphulu added that: "We considered a lot of things and one of them was the reputational risk". The final document appeared to accuse the former SARS chief who went on to be the country's finance minister, Pravin Gordhan, of having knowledge of the allegedly rogue team.
  • Louisiana man held for two 'racially motivated' murders

    Louisiana man held for two 'racially motivated' murders

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    As reported by The Advocate , Gleason was named a person of interest last week in the killings of 59-year-old Bruce Cofield on September 12, and 49-year-old Donald Smart last Thursday. "We're not completely closed off to that", Baton Rouge Police Sgt. L'Jean McKneely told reporters Tuesday. Gleason is white, the victims were black.
  • Mumbai Rains! Heavy showers, thunderstorms lash various parts of city

    Mumbai Rains! Heavy showers, thunderstorms lash various parts of city

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    Maharashtra Education Minister Vinod Tawde posted a series of tweets saying that schools and colleges have been asked to remain closed as a precautionary measure. While the Colaba weather observatory recorded 108.2mm of rainfall, the Santacruz observatory recorded 34mm of rainfall on Tuesday. Three weeks after a deluge, rains returned to haunt Mumbai with the maximum city receiving between 40mm and 130mm of rainfall on Tuesday.
  • Egypt's Sisi Meets Netanyahu in NY

    Egypt's Sisi Meets Netanyahu in NY

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    Earlier, el-Sisi met with Mahmoud Abbas and discussed the peace process as well as the reconciliation between the Palestinian factions. Netanyahu and al-Sisi, who speak on the phone periodically, assembled at the Palace Hotel, where the latter is staying during his visit to NY to take part - like Netanyahu - in the UN General Assembly meeting.
  • Orbital ATK Inc (OA) Can't Be More Safe. Trades Significantly Higher

    Orbital ATK Inc (OA) Can't Be More Safe. Trades Significantly Higher

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    A number of other analysts have also recently weighed in on NOC . Company shares last traded at $132.25 well above $107.96, the stock's 50 day moving average and quite a bit above the 200 day moving average of $101.47. The firm declared 0.66% change to end the trade at $26.11, with the overall traded capacity of 1.89 Million shares. The company had seen its current volume reaching at 1.85 million shares in the last trade.
  • Honda spends $267m to crank up new Accord production in US

    Honda spends $267m to crank up new Accord production in US

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    The brand-new Accord, like rival Toyota Motor's all-new Camry, uses more horsepower, security innovation like basic collision-avoiding braking and better fuel economy although Honda did not provide figures. Honda's announcement follows Toyota's last month that it would take a 5 percent stake in smaller sized Japanese rival Mazda Motor as part of an alliance that will include a $1.6 billion USA assembly plant and cooperation on electric vehicles.
  • 10 protesters arrested outside Trump Tower

    10 protesters arrested outside Trump Tower

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    Arizona Congressman Raúl Grijalva (D-Ariz.) was arrested for civil disobedience at a demonstration outside of Trump Tower in New York City Tuesday, he said in a Facebook post. Reps. Adriano Espaillat, who represents portions of upper Manhattan and the South Bronx; Luis Gutiérrez of IL; and Raúl M. Grijalva of Arizona were among elected officials who were arrested shortly after 12:40 p.m.
  • Total invests in Eren to finance renewables generation

    Total invests in Eren to finance renewables generation

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    French energy giant Total SA (TTA.L, TTFNF.PK, TOT ) announced Tuesday that it has agreed to acquire GreenFlex, a French company specialized in energy efficiency. Total will take the stake by subscribing to a EUR-237.5-million (USD 284.9m) capital increase that will help EREN RE speed up its business in the coming years.
  • Individuals 'facing manslaughter charges' over Grenfell Tower as death toll lowered

    Individuals 'facing manslaughter charges' over Grenfell Tower as death toll lowered

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    Two weeks after the blaze, the Telegraph reported that 60 organisations been identified as having a hand in the tower's refurbishment, which has been widely cited as a cause of the fire. "A lot of the remains we are finding in there are really fragmented and mixed with other remains. everyone we've identified we expected to find". Extra alarms, cameras and lights have now been installed and procedures to access the site have been strengthened.
  • German WWI U-boat found off Belgium with 23 bodies inside

    German WWI U-boat found off Belgium with 23 bodies inside

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    Western Flanders Governor Carl Decaluwe told The Associated Press that the find on the floor of the North Sea "is very unique". The submarine hatches are closed, which indicates that the vessel has never been discovered before and that the crew of 22 sailors and one commander remain onboard.
  • Police fire teargas at backers of Kenyatta

    Police fire teargas at backers of Kenyatta

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    The company provided two electronic systems that identified Kenyan voters and transmitted election results from nearly 41,000 polling stations to a central tallying center. "On our part, we are prepared to pay the ultimate price, to protect the constitution and the rule of law", Maraga said . "JSC notes with dismay that the Inspector-General of Police, who is expected to provide security to all government facilities, has repeatedly ignored calls to act, exposing judicial officers, property ...
  • Mattis hints at military options on North Korea but offers no details

    Mattis hints at military options on North Korea but offers no details

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    Seoul is within artillery range of North Korea , which beyond nuclear and conventional weapons is also believed to have a sizable chemical and biological arsenal. Meanwhile, the US and South Korea carried out joint military exercises over the Korean peninsula. South Korea and the United States will also conduct a combined missile alert drill joined by Japan between late September and early October, according to the ministry.
  • Germany's big parties suffer small drop in support

    Germany's big parties suffer small drop in support

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    But while Merkel has established an nearly invincible position in Germany by mastering consensus politics - roping the progressive Greens into her cabinet would neatly illustrate that - and relying on the prudence and caution of voters, her staggeringly long run in power is more a testament to her political skill than any inherent stability in Germany.
  • President Trump at the United Nations: enormous pressure for reforms and cost-cutting

    President Trump at the United Nations: enormous pressure for reforms and cost-cutting

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    As for Venezuela, Trump called on the United Nations to condemn the Maduro regime for its anti-democratic actions that includes fraudulent elections, oppressing protesters and attempting to rewrite the country's constitution. Mr Trump was at the United Nations on Monday and held meetings with some world leaders , in addition to attending a special meeting on United Nations reform.