• War-Ravaged Syria on Verge of Historic World Cup Qualification
War-Ravaged Syria on Verge of Historic World Cup Qualification

Syria's goals from Tamer Mohamad and Al Soma were the first conceded in the final round by already qualified Iran , who were playing in their fortress Azadi Stadium. "I am very proud of my players", Syria coach Ayman Hakeem said. If the Saudis and Australians both win, the World Cup spot will depend on goal difference.

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  • End Of DACA Brings Uncertainty To Thousands Of Kentuckians
End Of DACA Brings Uncertainty To Thousands Of Kentuckians

Immigrants and activists gathered outside Trump Tower Tuesday to protest the president's decision to rescind a program created to protect people who came to the country illegally as children. "We need to end it permanently, forever", said Vinitia Trivedi, who lives in San Diego. The decision to roll back protection for these almost 800,000 ...

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  • Aveva to merge with Schneider in £3bn deal
Aveva to merge with Schneider in £3bn deal

It gave Aveva a bigger presence in sectors such as food and beverages and pharmaceuticals as well as in its strongholds in oil and gas, mining, and marine, he said. Combine this with Schneider's £550 million and the total represents about 1,014 pence per share. The value of the consideration shares to be issued to Schneider Electric is appr...

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  • Politico Poll: Majority of Americans Say Dreamers Should Stay
Politico Poll: Majority of Americans Say Dreamers Should Stay

The Trump Administration said the DACA phaseout will be carried out over a six-month period, which officials said is time enough for lawmakers to act. "It makes me very upset and what makes me more upset is having to explain that to my children who are born here", Sioux Falls community member, Olimpa Justice said.

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  • Trinity College climbs global rankings despite funding woes
Trinity College climbs global rankings despite funding woes

Both are now ranked joint third. The top 1,000 represents no more than 5 per cent of the 20,000 higher education institutions in the world. The University of Auckland has fallen to number 192 in the Times Higher Education rankings (file photo).

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  • ED seizes Misa Bharti's Delhi farmhouse in money laundering case
ED seizes Misa Bharti's Delhi farmhouse in money laundering case

It is alleged that the brothers used 90 shell companies to launder money, and Misa and her husband were directors at one such firm, named Ms Mishail Printers and Packers Private Limited. According to ED, Misa Bharti and her husband were the directors of the company during the relevant period.Two entry operators, Surendra Jain and Virendra Jain, who...

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  • How The Aerial Stunt Was Filmed in Dark Knight Rises | Garrett On The Road
How The Aerial Stunt Was Filmed in Dark Knight Rises | Garrett On The Road

Director Christopher Nolan does not like fake action scenes. So, how in the heck did they film that unforgettable six-minute scene? This The Magic of Hollywood. Turboprop "stunt double" starts to break apart The stuntmen climb around on the glider. It tips, and the wings blow off (negative aerdynamics). A small pyrotechnic device pop...

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  • Sen. Menendez Corruption Trial Starts Wednesday
Sen. Menendez Corruption Trial Starts Wednesday

Prosecutors say Menendez took bribes from Dr. Salomon Melgen - a wealthy doctor who was convicted of Medicare fraud earlier this year - throughout his tenure as a US senator. Looming over the trial is the U.S. Supreme Court's decision past year in McDonnell v. Previous year the court set aside the conviction of former Gov.

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  • Sean Spicer lands new gig after White House departure
Sean Spicer lands new gig after White House departure

In his official bio on Worldwide Speakers Group's website, Spicer is described as "a lifelong Republican operative who worked his way up through the ranks and whom colleagues know as relentless, quick-witted and good-humored". Controversy dogged Spicer ever since. Spicer is also considering literary opportunities - including books and print colum...

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  • Gautam Gambhir to bear education expenses of martyred JK cop's daughter
Gautam Gambhir to bear education expenses of martyred JK cop's daughter

Rasheed, an assistant sub-inspector (ASI) of police, was killed by terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir's Anantnag . I am happy and my family is also happy. "Salutes to ur martyred dad ASI, Abdul Rashid.(sic)", said the left-handed batsman in a series of tweets. The Gautam Gambhir Foundation is actively involved in charity work.

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  • Hensarling pushing for overhaul of federal flood insurance program
Hensarling pushing for overhaul of federal flood insurance program

Joe Rossi of Rogers & Gray Insurance says changes Congress made to the program in 2012 required lenders to accept policies from private insurers as adequate coverage if they meet federal standards. Only 15 to 20 percent of Corpus Christi and Houston homeowners are insured for flooding, according to a state insurance group. The federal g...

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  • Iran deal is not untouchable: Nikki Haley
Iran deal is not untouchable: Nikki Haley

But she appeared to lay the groundwork for Trump to declare that Iran is in violation of the deal. "Everyone hoped the deal would make the Iranian government good people", Haley said , "but no one looked at the history of Iran , no one looked at all the past aggressions they have shown".

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  • Madsen: Submarine hatch killed journalist
Madsen: Submarine hatch killed journalist

Peter Madsen and Kim Wall together on his home-made submarine. Wall, a 30-year-old freelance journalist who was researching a story on Madsen, went missing after he took her out to sea in his 17-metre (56-foot) submarine on August 10.

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  • European Union court rejects refugee quota challenge from Hungary and Slovakia
European Union court rejects refugee quota challenge from Hungary and Slovakia

It is part of a scheme to relocate a total of 160,000 asylum seekers. The Luxembourg-based court ruled: "The court dismisses the actions brought by Slovakia and Hungary against the provisional mechanism for the mandatory relocation of asylum seekers, ' adding it rejected the complaints 'in their entirety".

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  • Theresa May's leaked Brexit immigration plans labelled a 'disgrace'
Theresa May's leaked Brexit immigration plans labelled a 'disgrace'

The 82-page document - marked extremely sensitive - spelt out dramatic plans to slash the numbers of Europeans entering Britain through controls that will incense Brussels. No.10 last night said: "We do not comment on leaked documents". London's mayor Sadiq Khan said the plan "read like a blueprint on how to strangle [the capital's] economy".

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  • Germany hails Putin call for peacekeepers in Donbas
Germany hails Putin call for peacekeepers in Donbas

Wait a minute: "the division line became the contact line because of Russian aggression", Gerashchenko wrote on Facebook on September 5. Ukraine believes external peacekeepers should be deployed throughout separatist-held territory and on the sections of the Ukraine-Russia border that are not under Kiev's control.

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  • Bus drivers, police on lookout for stop arm scofflaws
Bus drivers, police on lookout for stop arm scofflaws

Lieutenant Cortland Larry from the Warren Police Department told 7 Action News they plan to increase patrols near school zones to begin the year. Larger traffic volume is also expected with people home from their holidays and public transit and school buses operating their regular routes.

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  • Nicola Sturgeon signals tax rises as she launches SNP plans
Nicola Sturgeon signals tax rises as she launches SNP plans

And we will protect the Scottish Parliament by resisting any attempt at a power grab by the United Kingdom government .Over the next few months, we will also set out the case for further extending the powers of the Scottish Parliament in areas such as immigration, social security, employment rights and trade - and highlight where additional po...

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  • Language | Interfluency: Translation + Culture
Language | Interfluency: Translation + Culture

Tuesday 13, Tuesday the 13th: a combination of day and date that are the object of widely-held popular superstition in the Spanish-speaking world. (Like November 2012, the month of January 1931 had a 'Tuesday 13' - Tuesday the 13th. But to tap into the deeper resonances within Hispanic / Latin American culture, maybe we would better off shift...

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  • Keiji the cockatiel | Tumblr
Keiji the cockatiel | Tumblr

Keiji: And all the houses you robbed ... Mery: Oops ... I'd take the horse again, but it can not enter the town's gates so it's no use ... how am I going to make it home with all this stuff? Keiji: That's right! I'll take you flying! Mery: Thanks babe, but I do not think that's gonna work in-game ...

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