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Although the champions have lost away to Hearts and Kilmarnock in Rodgers' sophomore campaign, they have gone deeper into Europe and now sit ten points clear of second-placed Rangers in the Ladbrokes Premiership table, with a game in hand over their rivals.
  • 9-magnitude quake off Papua New Guinea triggers tsunami warning

    9-magnitude quake off Papua New Guinea triggers tsunami warning

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    The shallow quake struck close to the coast, around 100 miles (162 km) southwest of Rabaul, a much more remote region than the country's mountainous mainland highlands where a magnitude 7.5 tremor struck on February 26, killing 100 people. On Tuesday, Papua New Guinea's government passed two bills formalising the State of Emergency and establishing a Restoration Authority for earthquake-affected provinces.
  • Meghan Markle nails first royal engagement with Kate, William and Harry

    Meghan Markle nails first royal engagement with Kate, William and Harry

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    I guess we wait a couple of months and we can hit the ground running", she said , prompting Prince Harry to mention the word " wedding ". "When speaking about girl's empowerment...you'll often hear people say, 'You're helping women find their voices.' And I fundamentally disagree with that because women don't need to find their voice, they have a voice".
  • White South African woman is put in jail for being a racist

    White South African woman is put in jail for being a racist

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    Her lawyer said she was not in a normal state at the time , as she had just been the victim of a smash-and-grab robbery. She hurled insults at black officers trying to assist her after she was robbed on the outskirts of the main city, Johannesburg , in 2016, and complained about the "calibre of blacks in Johannesburg compared to black people in Durban", where she was based.
  • Mattis jokes that he's heard Bolton is the 'devil incarnate'

    Mattis jokes that he's heard Bolton is the 'devil incarnate'

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    No concerns at all", Mattis said. "Thank you for coming". Meeting Bolton for the first time in Washington, D.C. on Thursday, Mattis joked, "It's good to finally meet you, since I've heard that you're actually the devil incarnate". It was reported earlier this week that Mattis was not sure if he would be able to work with the new national security advisor due to Bolton's hawkish views.
  • Stormy Daniels Lawyer Wants To Depose Trump, Cohen

    Stormy Daniels Lawyer Wants To Depose Trump, Cohen

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    Initially, Clifford denied both the affair and receiving "hush money". In Touch did not publish the story until years later after Trump was in the White House . She says the agreement was created to keep her from talking about an affair she says she had with Trump in 2006. "And Donald Trump wasn't involved in every single matter".
  • Woman dies after being struck by falling bricks in east London

    Woman dies after being struck by falling bricks in east London

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    The London Ambulance Service later took Ms Boor to an east London hospital where she remains in a critical condition, Metropolitan Police said. Police said that the as-yet-unidentified woman died this morning. "I sat down and prayed with her as the paramedics worked to bring her back". She is a well-liked member of the community. Pedestrians filmed the aftermath of the accident which happened near a building site.
  • Biden: 'I shouldn't have said what I said' about Trump

    Biden: 'I shouldn't have said what I said' about Trump

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    Earlier this month, Biden said that he would "beat the hell out of" Trump if the two were in high school, citing comments Trump made in an " Access Hollywood " video unearthed by The Washington Post in October 2016. Trump has been accused of sexual misconduct ― including harassment, assault and rape ― by 21 women , though he vehemently denies the allegations. "It is not what this was about, but I should have just left it alone".
  • Trump Kisses Hope Goodbye as Hicks Departs From White House

    Trump Kisses Hope Goodbye as Hicks Departs From White House

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    President Trump just lost hope in the White House - his trusted aide Hope Hicks left 1600 Penn. with a warm, and slightly awkward goodbye. The former Celebrity Apprentice host, 71, was spotted shaking hands with the former model, 29, and giving her a kiss on the cheek outside the White House on her final day of work.
  • Everything you wanted to know about Easter

    Everything you wanted to know about Easter

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    We usually are reminded of the reason Christian believers celebrate Easter - the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Hence, the case was referred to King Herod, who was the ruler of Galilee because Jesus Christ too was a Galilee. Their religious observance of Passover included sacrificing unblemished lambs, just as the Israelites had done when they painted their doorposts with the lambs' blood the actual night of Passover - when Moses led God's people out of Egypt (Exodus 12:11-13).
  • New Zealand faces criticism for 'not finding' any Russian spies

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    Russian Federation denounced the actions as "boorish" and pledged to retaliate. For example, in Austria authorities said that they "intend to keep open channels of dialogue with Russian Federation". The EU recalled its ambassador to Moscow last week, after UK Prime Minister Theresa May used an EU summit to push for support and a joint effort undermining Russian intelligence networks.
  • France to invest $1.85B into artificial intelligence research by 2022

    France to invest $1.85B into artificial intelligence research by 2022

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    Macron delivered a patriotic public eulogy calling for national solidarity after last week's attack, which together with myriad other extremist attacks on French soil have claimed more than 200 lives since 2015. Beltrame symbolized "the spirit of French resistance", Macron said. Colleagues of Beltrame have paid tribute to the gendarme's sense of duty, calmness under pressure and a generosity which inspired those serving beside him.
  • Trump only has one chance if North Korea calls his bluff

    Trump only has one chance if North Korea calls his bluff

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    Trump wants North Korea to abandon its nuclear weapons programme. "Allowing Liberians to remain in the United States until their country can safely welcome them home is a matter of human decency", Atkinson said . "I think everybody would agree this is turmoil, it's chaos, it's confusion , it's not good for anything", Olson said on MSNBC on Monday. There is little expectation that Congress will take up a sweeping infrastructure proposal along the lines of what Trump envisions - or that ...
  • Fabolous Arrested For Domestic Violence Last Night

    Fabolous Arrested For Domestic Violence Last Night

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    Englewood police say the rapper, whose real name is John Jackson, turned himself in around 8:30 p.m. Wednesday. Fabolous was booked for two felonies: aggravated assault and making a terrorist threat. The 40-year-old reportedly didn't spend any time in jail, but was cited for the incident and given a ticket for a court appearance. Fabolous began dating stylist Emily Bustamante back in 2002.
  • Warner apologises, says he put stain on game he loves

    Warner apologises, says he put stain on game he loves

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    Here, Press Association Sport takes a look at the trio at the centre of the ball-tampering plot in Cape Town. It comes as former captain Smith is due to face the media in Sydney after being sent home from South Africa in disgrace. He said: "I'll say two things, three things". Warner has endured a hard week since he plotted and instructed Cameron Bancroft to tamper with the ball with sandpaper on the third day of the Cape Town Test against South Africa.
  • Cheetah targets safari group, jumps into vehicle

    Cheetah targets safari group, jumps into vehicle

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    A tour group traveling on an African safari got more up-close to nature than expected when a cheetah made a decision to jump into their vehicle and have a peek around. Hayes said not moving, making noise and avoiding eye contact with the cheetahs kept him safe, and he told CNN he credits his tour guide with helping him stay calm.
  • Russia Retaliates, Expels 60 American Diplomats

    Russia Retaliates, Expels 60 American Diplomats

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    Russia will show a mirror response to all countries that have expelled Russian diplomats. Lavrov said the US Ambassador to Russia Jon Huntsman had been informed of "retaliatory measures", which include "the expulsion of the equivalent number of diplomats and our decision to withdraw permission for the functioning of the US consulate general in Saint Petersburg".
  • Oklahoma lawmakers scramble to avert teacher walkout

    Oklahoma lawmakers scramble to avert teacher walkout

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    House Bill 1010XX, which was described as "the largest teacher pay raise in the history of the state" passed both the state House and Senate this week. Oklahoma teachers have America's third-lowest average pay, and they haven't had a raise since 2007. "This package doesn't overcome shortfall caused by four-day weeks and overcrowded classrooms that deprive kids of the one-on-one attention they need".
  • Local Vietnam Veterans honored for their sacrifice

    Local Vietnam Veterans honored for their sacrifice

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    About 300 veterans and their family members attended. In 2014, then State Representative Curt Oda ran a bill designating march 29th as Vietnam Veterans Remembrance Day. According to the National Archives, 58,220 died while in service in Vietnam. Rep. Matt S. LoPresti (ʻEwa, ʻEwa Beach, Ewa Gentry, Ewa Villages, Hoakalei, Ocean Pointe), organized the event as chair of the House Committee on Veterans, Military & International Affairs & Culture and the Arts.
  • Stormy Daniels' media-savvy lawyer is Trump's newest nemesis

    Stormy Daniels' media-savvy lawyer is Trump's newest nemesis

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    On Wednesday, Daniels' attorney, Michael Avenatti , requested a deposition "of no greater than two hours" for Mr. Trump to appear in court. "Here is an order from the Ct denying our motion as premature on procedural grounds". Part of that process could include allowing depositions of Trump and Cohen. The interviewed prompted questions about her credibility . Schwartz continued to argue that Cohen had plenty of money and authority to act on his own, and it made "complete sense" that he ...
  • Prove your own spies did not poison Skripal, Russia tells Britain

    Prove your own spies did not poison Skripal, Russia tells Britain

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    His niece Viktoria Skripal has told the BBC the family shielded his 90-year-old mother from the news. On March 4, former GRU Colonel Sergei Skripal, convicted in Russian Federation of spying for Britain, and his daughter Yulia - if the British version of the events is to be believed - were affected by a nerve gas in Salisbury.