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The Italy worldwide scored a late sealer to help Napoli book their place in the Champions League group stage with a 2-0 win at Nice on Tuesday, completing a 4-0 aggregate success. He added: "The Europa League is the right level for Nice and it'll be a hard tournament". These boys deserved the Champions League, though. But Olivier Ntcham ended Astana's hopes when his deflected strike made it 4-2 on the night before Leigh Griffiths reduced the deficit further in the final minute.
  • Spain terror suspect tells court cell was planning much bigger attack

    Spain terror suspect tells court cell was planning much bigger attack

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    But numerous Spanish and global news outlets say multiple suspects testified that a former imam was the mastermind of a failed plot to use explosives in a large-scale attack. The victim of the second assault in Cambrils has been identified as a Spanish woman. Emergency services had already said that one person died and another was injured in a blast that destroyed the building.
  • US Sanctions Russian and Chinese Companies over DPRK Relations

    US Sanctions Russian and Chinese Companies over DPRK Relations

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    The Treasury Department says it will continue to turn the screw on the regime by targeting those who support the advancement of its nuclear and ballistic missile programs, and isolating them from the USA financial system. Nevertheless, we do not lose hope that the voice of reason will sooner or later prevail and our American colleagues are aware of the futility and detrimental nature of the further unwinding of the sanction spiral .
  • NJ Transit train derails at NY Penn Station

    NJ Transit train derails at NY Penn Station

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    The train is blocking tracks 1 through 6 at the station as Amtrak crews are working to remove the cars. NJ Transit trains were delayed up to 20 minutes into and out of Penn Station as a result of the derailment, the agency said. Trains have been operating under revised schedules since July while Amtrak conducts extensive repairs at the aging Manhattan transit hub. There were no passengers on board the work train when it went off track four.
  • Four teams ranked in preseason poll — Sunshine State first

    Four teams ranked in preseason poll — Sunshine State first

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    In 1952, the Cougars opened at No. 15 but went only 4-6 and finished unranked. Notre Dame received 65 votes for a mythical preseason ranking of 28th. 8 in the preseason poll after finishing last season just behind USC in the rankings . The Tide did have a reality check in 2013 when they opened as the defending champs at No.
  • Millions of Americans Tolerate neo-Nazi Views, Poll Finds

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    The survey also found that thirty-nine percent of people said the "alt-right", a group defined by a combination of racism, white nationalism and populism, holds white supremacist or neo-Nazi views, while 21 percent believe they do not. Ten percent of respondents said they supported the so-called "alt-right", a self-defined political tendency that involves strong opposition immigration and multiculturalism and often the endorsement of racist and white nationalist ideas.
  • BSEB Class 10 matric compartmental result 2017: Know where to check

    BSEB Class 10 matric compartmental result 2017: Know where to check

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    In the class 10 compartment exams, a total of 234,244 candidates had appeared. In addition to this, the BSEB also conducted the special exam for candidates who were not able to appear for the Class 10th Board exams held back in March. From this year onwards, students were allowed to take the compartmental test for a maximum of two subjects. Visit the BSEB website www.biharboard.ac.in.
  • Sensex rises over 100 points; Nifty near 9800

    Sensex rises over 100 points; Nifty near 9800

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    Meanwhile, the Nifty was trading higher by 31.10 points or 0.32% at 9,796.65 with 38 components gaining. Among BSE sectoral indices, realty index was the star-performer and was up 1.75 per cent, followed by PSU 0.82 per cent, healthcare 0.66 per cent and infrastructure 0.65 per cent, while only consumer durables index was down 0.85 per cent.
  • USA to withhold $290 million in aid to Egypt

    USA to withhold $290 million in aid to Egypt

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    The U.S.is reportedly set to deny over $290 million in aid to Egypt over its slow progress on human rights issues following the country's violent coup in 2013. " Egypt sees this measure as reflecting poor judgment of the strategic relationship that ties the two countries over long decades and as adopting a view that lacks an accurate understanding of the importance of supporting Egypt's stability", the foreign ministry said in a statement.
  • Remains Found Are Identified As Missing Teen

    Remains Found Are Identified As Missing Teen

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    The suspect is now in Ozark County Jail and was denied bond as she was deemed a flight risk. The teenager was reported missing in late July her remains were found about 400 yards from the home where she lived with her mother Rebecca Rudd and her new husband.
  • Phoenix heats up as both Trump protesters and supporters gain momentum

    Phoenix heats up as both Trump protesters and supporters gain momentum

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    As Trump supporters began trickling in to the convention center, protesters continued to descend upon downtown Phoenix carrying protest essentials - signs, megaphones and water bottles to stay hydrated in the 100-plus degree weather. "I'll make a prediction: I think he's going to be just fine", he said. A Craigslist ad posted on Sunday sought actors to pose as Trump supporters to attend his rally this week.
  • Union Cabinet gives in principle nod for bank mergers

    Union Cabinet gives in principle nod for bank mergers

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    After the in-principle approval, Jaitley said, the banks will take steps in accordance with law and Sebi's requirements. In a development that marks a beginning for the government's plans to consolidate 21 state-owned banks in the country, the Finance Minister today said that the Union Cabinet has approved the framework for the move that the government hopes will help fast-track the process.
  • Mastermind of lottery fraud faces 25-year prison sentence

    Mastermind of lottery fraud faces 25-year prison sentence

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    Under Iowa law, Tipton is likely to serve far less than 25 years - probably between three and five years, said Iowa Assistant Attorney General Rob Sand, who prosecuted the case. Tipton was arrested for the fraud along with his brother in 2015. "Well, I certainly regret my actions", said Tipton during his sentencing. "It's hard even saying that with all the people I know behind me that I hurt, and I regret it", Tipton said in court, according to the Register .
  • U.S. sanctions China, Russia entities, individuals over N. Korea's nuclear program

    U.S. sanctions China, Russia entities, individuals over N. Korea's nuclear program

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    Treasury official. Ten Chinese and Russian companies as well as six individuals were named, some of whom are trading coal, oil and mineral resources with North Korea. " In the meantime, we are beginning to work out the inevitable response to this situation ". According to the FBI, Dandong laundered money through the USA on behalf of sanctioned entities - in particular the North Korean Workers' Party - that conspired with Dandong and other front companies controlled by Chinese national Chi ...
  • 'Girls Trip' surpasses $100M mark at the box office

    'Girls Trip' surpasses $100M mark at the box office

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    The success of Girls Trip follows in the consecutive slew of African-American films that have served the community well both commercially and critically. Girls Trip made $31 million during opening weekend alone, and the $100 million mark that's making history only accounts for domestic profits. It held the top spot at the box office for two weekends in a row in South Africa and has made $7.4 million in the United Kingdom.
  • Venezuela-US Relations at 'Worst Moment — Maduro

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    Ortega fled to Colombia last week with her legislator husband after saying she feared for her life. Many believe the charges are politically motivated. She is now going to Brazil, according to Colombian authorities. Venezuela's ousted chief prosecutor is on her way to Brazil. Ortega was sacked on August 5 after criticizing the election to a controversial Constituent Assembly and police brutality during anti-government protests, which have led to over 120 deaths since April.
  • Qatar fearful over treatment of hajj pilgrims in Saudi

    Qatar fearful over treatment of hajj pilgrims in Saudi

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    Mobile and fixed Civil Defense teams are fully prepared to deal with any incidents covering all roads on which pilgrims are arriving, he said. He urged the pilgrims to adhere strictly to the laws of the Saudi Government, to ensure a hitch-free exercise.
  • Netanyahu, Putin to meet over Syria conflict

    Netanyahu, Putin to meet over Syria conflict

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    The head of Israeli spy agency Mossad, Yossi Cohen, and Netanyahu's new national security chief, Meir Ben-Shabbat, will join Netanyahu and Putin in Sochi. According to a number of reports, the team that visited Washington last week returned to Israel empty handed and without any United States pledges that a cease-fire in Syria would lead to the evacuation of Iranian and Hezbollah forces from the country.
  • Chennai: Girl Jumps From 7th Floor, Police Investigating Blue Whale Challenge Link

    Chennai: Girl Jumps From 7th Floor, Police Investigating Blue Whale Challenge Link

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    Blue Whale , which is not exactly a "game" but more of a phenomenon like the Ice Bucket Challenge, has reportedly lead to death of hundreds of teenagers across the world. She was moved to a private hospital nearby where it was ascertained that she had multiple fractures on her backbone, police said. Expressing concern on availability of such deadly game on internet, Meity had said, "it is understood that an administrator of the game uses social media platform to invite /incite children to ...
  • UK-made cars may not be British enough post-Brexit

    UK-made cars may not be British enough post-Brexit

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    A Government blueprint on how the United Kingdom will treat rulings by the court will say its "direct jurisdiction" will end when Britain leaves the EU. The paper is part of a series setting out key issues which the United Kingdom would like to form part of its future partnership with the European Union.