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Victor Oladipo had 26 points, seven rebounds and four assists and Lance Stephenson gave IN a late boost of energy that almost led IN back from a 10-point deficit IN the final 9:57. "They've been hitting tough shots every win, the last three or four wins, down to wire and they executed again. We made mistakes in key areas and our goaltenders have been solid".
  • Zuma to set up commission to probe influence-peddling

    Zuma to set up commission to probe influence-peddling

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    Joining CNBC Africa to unpack these developments further is Richard Calland, Law Professor, University of Cape Town. However‚ Nzuza said they would not take kindly to any talk about recalling Zuma. Zuma previously appealed a court ruling ordering him to initiate the inquiry as directed by the nation's graft ombudsman, despite the ANC adopting a resolution that the investigation should proceed.
  • Aadhaar adds new security layer with 16-digit 'Virtual ID'

    Aadhaar adds new security layer with 16-digit 'Virtual ID'

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    Their main point of contention is that the UIDAI which is mandated to issue 12-digit random number as Unique Identity - Aadhaar to all the citizens of India, "is trying to rectify technical breach by its untested technology". In a recent online survey, conducted by social engagement platform LocalCircles, 52% of the respondents said they feared that their Aadhaar data might not be safe from unauthorised access by hackers and information sellers.
  • Port Authority bombing suspect pleads not guilty 'at this moment'

    Port Authority bombing suspect pleads not guilty 'at this moment'

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    He answered, "Yes." When asked for his plea, Ullah responded, "At this moment, not guilty". He remains held without bail at a lockup next to the federal court complex in lower Manhattan. "When we have an indictment containing charges like this, I think it's easy to lose sight of the important and invaluable rights that every person is afforded in our system of justice, including Mr.
  • Firefighting resumes on burning tanker

    Firefighting resumes on burning tanker

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    The Sanchi was carrying almost one million barrels of condensate - a type of gassy, ultra-light oil - when it collided on Saturday evening with a freighter 160 miles from Shanghai and caught fire. The tanker, run by Iran's top oil shipping operator National Iranian Tanker, hit the CF Crystal vessel that was carrying grain from the United States last Saturday.
  • Swiss Alps traps 13000 tourists

    Swiss Alps traps 13000 tourists

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    Unusually heavy snow has left about 13,000 people stranded at a ski resort in the Swiss Alps. It also said officials are working to reopen the railways. Zermatt spokeswoman Janine Imesch said there was no immediate risk to the thousands of tourists who remained in the resort, and has praised their optimism during the ordeal.
  • Japan's Abe rejects calls for apology to 'comfort women'

    Japan's Abe rejects calls for apology to 'comfort women'

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    Though tensions have eased somewhat due to the approaching Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, he wanted the global community to continue putting "maximum pressure" on North Korea in matters concerning the country's nuclear and missile programs, Abe told journalists before leaving on his trip.
  • Same-Sex Spouses Should Have EU Residency Rights, Court Is Told

    Same-Sex Spouses Should Have EU Residency Rights, Court Is Told

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    Adrian Coman, a Romanian, and Claibourn Robert Hamilton, an American, married in Belgium in 2010, seven years after the country legalized same-sex marriage. In that regard, the Advocate General recalls that the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) has recognised that same-sex couples, first, can enjoy a family life and, second, must be afforded the possibility of obtaining legal recognition and protection of their unions.
  • Snow, strong winds, cold make January comeback

    Snow, strong winds, cold make January comeback

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    All of eastern South Dakota is under a winter weather advisory for blowing snow. Chance of precipitation is 100 percent. Little or no ice accumulation expected. Windy, with a south wind 14 to 19 miles per hour becoming north 25 to 30 miles per hour in the morning. SaturdayMostly sunny, with a high near 20. Sunday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 41.
  • Darrelle Revis gave up on the Tennessee Titans game-winning play

    Darrelle Revis gave up on the Tennessee Titans game-winning play

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    Titans' head coach Mike Mularkey: making his first postseason appearance as National Football League head coach . They answered them all, scoring 19 unanswered points in the second half to earn a thrilling 22-21 comeback victory. "That's not where I'm at right now, " Reid said after the Chiefs lost for the fifth time in six games, this time 16-10 to the Buffalo Bills at Arrowhead Stadium.
  • Pa. halts Mariner East 2 work amid 'egregious' violations

    Pa. halts Mariner East 2 work amid 'egregious' violations

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    The agency ordered Sunoco to come up with a plan to fix the problems that have plagued the $2.5 billion pipeline. The system is expected to begin operation in the second quarter of this year. Tom Wolf (D) to take a closer look at how the state approves pipeline projects. Pipeline spokesman Jeff Shields says the company plans to comply with DEP's request.
  • Chinese state destroys Christian megachurch as religious crackdown continues

    Chinese state destroys Christian megachurch as religious crackdown continues

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    Pictures released by the US-based religious campaign group ChinaAid showed the church's steeple and cross toppled on the floor around a pile of rubble. Evangelist Yang Xuan, the founder of the church, spent 3.5 years in prison and Yang Caizhen, his wife, was sentenced to two years in a re-education labor camp and beaten while incarcerated.
  • Alabama's Doug Jones appoints Black ex-Obama official as chief of staff

    Alabama's Doug Jones appoints Black ex-Obama official as chief of staff

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    Corrupting and subverting the democratic process have never been blacks and Latinos "illegally" voting, much less ACORN, George Soros or any other boogeymen. He previously served as Legislative Director to Senator John D. Rockefeller IV of West Virginia. Jones' decision to pick Dana Gresham would make him the only Democratic senator to have an African-American as his chief of staff .
  • State Police make fewer DUI arrests this New Year's holiday

    State Police make fewer DUI arrests this New Year's holiday

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    No fatalities were reported during the period that began 6 p.m. on December 29 and lasted until 11:59 on January 1. The total is a decrease from 2017, when 328 DUI arrests were made during the same holiday driving period. Additionally, CHP responded to five collisions. 1,221 people were stopped for speeding, and 225 people for seat belt violations. Statewide, 936 DUI arrests were made, up from 767 DUI arrests in 2016.
  • India gets tough, says talks and terror don't go together

    India gets tough, says talks and terror don't go together

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    India on Thursday confirmed that its national security adviser (NSA) Ajit Doval met his Pakistani counterpart Nasser Khan Janjua in Thailand last month. While Pakistan termed its decision to allow Jadhav's family to travel to Islamabad to meet him in December as a humanitarian gesture, India said the neighbour violating mutual understandings, asserting that the Indian national appeared coerced and under considerable stress during the tightly - controlled interaction.
  • Joe Arpaio to Jeff Flake's Criticism of Campaign Plans: 'Who Cares?'

    Joe Arpaio to Jeff Flake's Criticism of Campaign Plans: 'Who Cares?'

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    Senate in Arizona. Arpaio, who served 24 years as metro Phoenix's sheriff before suffering a crushing 2016 defeat by an little-known Phoenix police sergeant, would face former state Sen. Eight months later, Arpaio was convicted of criminal contempt for having ignored a judge's order to stop detaining immigrants simply because he suspected that they lacked legal status.
  • Akash Dadlani out of Bigg Boss

    Akash Dadlani out of Bigg Boss

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    But in real life I need support for my work. "I am from America and I scored 90 per cent in Psychology (in college), so obviously, I knew how to generate reaction and stay in spotlight". Sneha Wagh is an avid watcher of the show and loves to share her opinion about the contestants on Twitter. He referred to them as the dynamic duo in Bigg Boss house! After convincing Arshi, Vikas wins the task as he destroys Akash's shoes and sprays on his head.
  • Turkish banker Hakan Atilla convicted in USA sanctions-busting case

    Turkish banker Hakan Atilla convicted in USA sanctions-busting case

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    President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is trying to bring Turkey's relations with European nations back on track following a stormy 2017 that saw the Turkish leader quarrel with European leaders and accuse them of Nazi-like behavior. "The case has nothing to do with law, justice or trade, it's an acrobatic spectacle". The Halkbank executive, Mehmet Atilla, was convicted on five of six counts, including bank fraud and conspiracy to violate USA sanctions law.
  • A Player's Preview: Oregon State

    A Player's Preview: Oregon State

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    Allerik Freeman finished with 14 points for the short-handed Wolfpack (12-5, 2-2 Atlantic Coast Conference), who blew almost all of a 12-point lead with less than 90 seconds remaining but held on to claim their second home win over a Top 25 opponent in six nights after knocking off then-No.
  • Steve Kerr Slams

    Steve Kerr Slams "Irrational Nonsense" Of LaVar Ball Coverage

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    That sells, and that's what is true in politics, entertainment and now sports. It doesn't matter if there is anything of substance involved with an issue. I'm not kicking them out of press conferences. But for whatever reason, we're giving this guy a voice and Luke's got to deal with it. While the rookie shot just 2-of-8 from the field, he was clearly the Lakers' most risky offensive weapon because of his ability to make plays for others.