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The Osprey could not be salvaged, forcing troops to destroy the $70 million aircraft. The persons suffered non-life threatening injuries and were sent to a hospital where they were evaluated and later released, the coalition added. US forces are in Syria to back the Syrian Democratic Forces in the fight against the Islamic State. USA troops operate at several other locations to the north and south of the river where they train Syrian fighters.
  • Rohingya Muslims a 'Threat to National Security', Says RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat

    Rohingya Muslims a 'Threat to National Security', Says RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat

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    In fact, violence of any form is reprehensible. "Many followers of Muslim faith are also involved in the activity of cow protection, cow promotion and management of gaushalas. "Any decision regarding Rohingyas should be taken by keeping in mind the threat to national security", he said referring to the people who have fled from violence-hit Rakhine state in Myanmar.
  • 'Judwaa 2' rakes in Rs 16.10 crore on opening day

    'Judwaa 2' rakes in Rs 16.10 crore on opening day

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    Judwaa 2 is a movie which has been the most anticipated one as it brings Varun Dhawan in the lead roles along with Taapsee Pannu and Jacqueline Fernandez in a never seen avatar to look for. Names like Hiten Tejwani, Nia Sharma, Devoleena Bhattacharjee, Nandish Sandhu and Dhinchak Pooja on and off feature in headline for their reported participation.
  • Kimi Raikkonen says Ferrari's reality is not so negative

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    Race promoters have struggled with rising costs and declining tickets sales in recent seasons and have been squeezed by competition in Asia from the Chinese Grand Prix and the night race in Singapore . Hamilton said he had felt no obligation to check such remarks beforehand with the management of his team , and this afternoon Mercedes boss Toto Wolff voiced cautious support for his driver .
  • Bottas still refusing to give up on 2017 F1 title hopes

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    Hamilton started last year's race in Malaysia on pole position and led before the engine expired. As a result, Hamilton now has a comfortable lead in the drivers championship . His victory less than 300 miles south in Singapore a fortnight ago could yet prove vital as Vettel retired following an opening-lap shunt. "We are going to feel it on Sunday afternoon, but that's I guess what we prepare for.it's a painful one, but it's a good pain and you deal with it and I feel I definitely ...
  • Bottas still refusing to give up on 2017 F1 title hopes

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    Hamilton started last year's race in Malaysia on pole position and led before the engine expired. As a result, Hamilton now has a comfortable lead in the drivers championship . His victory less than 300 miles south in Singapore a fortnight ago could yet prove vital as Vettel retired following an opening-lap shunt. "We are going to feel it on Sunday afternoon, but that's I guess what we prepare for.it's a painful one, but it's a good pain and you deal with it and I feel I definitely ...
  • Mercedes left seeking answers after 'difficult' Malaysia F1 practice

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    Race time is 5pm Sunday. "I thought my auto was not too bad but we didn't do too many timed laps and we can go an terrible lot faster". "We're hoping that we're able to find our bearings overnight and regroup for tomorrow". As the teams prepare for the challenge in the searing heat of Sepang , we take a look at the talk emanating from the paddock ahead of the final Malaysian Grand Prix .
  • Mercedes left seeking answers after 'difficult' Malaysia F1 practice

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    Race time is 5pm Sunday. "I thought my auto was not too bad but we didn't do too many timed laps and we can go an terrible lot faster". "We're hoping that we're able to find our bearings overnight and regroup for tomorrow". As the teams prepare for the challenge in the searing heat of Sepang , we take a look at the talk emanating from the paddock ahead of the final Malaysian Grand Prix .
  • Malaysia wouldn't want to host F1, even for free - SIC

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    Speaking to Sky Sports F1 after the second session, Wolff called it a "very hard session and said the team "struggled from the get-go - in the wet, in the dry, on all tyres". They've probably been welded for a long time I expect and have got a bit tired. Now the hunter rather than the hunted in the championship race, Vettel doesn't feel under any less pressure to produce results, choosing to focus on each of the six remaining Grands Prix one at a time.
  • SIC: Malaysia wouldn't want to host F1, even for free

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    Normally this track was supposed to be quite good for us, but we were definitively not quick enough. "Whether it was in the wet, the dry, long runs or single lap, we lacked pace today", team principal Wolff told a press conference. "We're definitely lacking some performance, it seems like Ferrari and Red Bull are very strong", said the Finn. "The red flag at the end of FP2 meant we didn't get all the high-fuel running we would have liked - but we're not alone in being in that ...
  • SIC: Malaysia wouldn't want to host F1, even for free

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    Normally this track was supposed to be quite good for us, but we were definitively not quick enough. "Whether it was in the wet, the dry, long runs or single lap, we lacked pace today", team principal Wolff told a press conference. "We're definitely lacking some performance, it seems like Ferrari and Red Bull are very strong", said the Finn. "The red flag at the end of FP2 meant we didn't get all the high-fuel running we would have liked - but we're not alone in being in that ...
  • Formula One: What to watch in Malaysia

    Formula One: What to watch in Malaysia

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    Once the tyres overheat they fail to offer maximum grip, creating more sliding and a downward spiral in performance. "The last race was a strong reminder that sport always has the power to surprise and defy all predictions", said Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff after the two Ferraris collided at Singapore.
  • Formula One: What to watch in Malaysia

    Formula One: What to watch in Malaysia

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    Once the tyres overheat they fail to offer maximum grip, creating more sliding and a downward spiral in performance. "The last race was a strong reminder that sport always has the power to surprise and defy all predictions", said Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff after the two Ferraris collided at Singapore.
  • Promoted: Malaysian GP preview with F1 Experiences

    Promoted: Malaysian GP preview with F1 Experiences

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    After blowing pole position by causing a crash at the Singapore GP two weeks ago, the Ferrari driver threw away a golden chance to regain the championship lead from Lewis Hamilton . Lewis Hamilton , the former three-time Formula One world champion, has rallied behind the National Football League (NFL) and its players for taking a collective stance against U.S.