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But with 300 now a par score in ODI cricket , Sri Lanka knew it would take something special in the field to deny Pakistan a likely semi-final against tournament hosts England in Cardiff on Wednesday. Malinga, 33, has restricted his displays for the national team in recent years in a bid to extend his career at the highest level, but the expert death bowler is fast running out of opportunities to deploy his trademark sling-style action on the big stage.
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    Another area competitor, Silas Black of Wellsville, also did not advance to today's final rounds. Tejas Muthusamy, a 14-year-old from Glen Allen, Virginia, and Tara Singh, a 12-year-old from Louisville, Kentucky, are two out of three four-year veterans this year who are headed to the finals.
  • Germany: number of Britons granted citizenship quadruples

    Germany: number of Britons granted citizenship quadruples

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    The statistical agency said that 2,865 Britons became German citizens in 2016, marking an increase of more than 2,200 persons from 2015. It comes after United Kingdom applications for Irish passports surged by 70% in 2017 as Britons applied to retain European Union citizenship in the wake of the Brexit vote .
  • UN Ambassador Nikki Haley Just Nailed Down Trump's Climate Views

    UN Ambassador Nikki Haley Just Nailed Down Trump's Climate Views

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    The historic 2015 climate deal, which includes almost every country in the world, set goals to limit greenhouse gas emissions in order to help curb the rise of global temperatures. "Just because the USA got out of a club, doesn't mean we aren't going to care about the environment", said Ms Haley. The "leaf" on the logo of Apple store turns green to welcome the World Earth Day on April 20, 2016.
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    Sharia law is a group of Islamic principles that govern the moral and religious lives of its followers. Demonstrators at small but raucous gatherings around the country Saturday raised the specter that extremist interpretations of Islamic law might somehow spread across the US, but numerous rallies drew even more boisterous counter-protests by people who called such fears unfounded.
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    Trump tweeted in his first comments since Comey appeared before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday. Former FBI director James Comey testifies before the Senate Intelligence Committee in the Hart Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill June 8, 2017 in Washington , DC.
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    He also admitted that he talked to Trump on numerous occasions after that alleged request and that Trump never asked him about it again. Mr Trump tweeted earlier on Friday he felt " complete vindication " after the hearing. Trump went on to add that, "there'd be nothing wrong if I did say it", referring to an ask to let the Flynn investigation go. But in his long-awaited testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday, Comey told lawmakers he believed it was ...
  • Jeremy Corbyn was just 2227 votes away from becoming Prime Minister

    Jeremy Corbyn was just 2227 votes away from becoming Prime Minister

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    Critics blame her leadership for Conservatives' loss of majority in Thursday's election. May's aides, Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill, announced on Saturday that they had quit following sustained criticism of the campaign within the party. May said Brexit talks would begin on June 19 as scheduled, the same day as the formal reopening of parliament. "Brexit negotiations should start when United Kingdom is ready; timetable and European Union positions are clear".
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    Saudi Arabia , the United Arab Emirates , Bahrain and Egypt cut diplomatic and transport ties a week ago, accusing Doha of backing terrorism. Johnson encouraged Qatar to "take seriously their neighbors' concerns" but also expressed alarm at the blockading of the country and called for it to be eased.
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    According to Weber, the choice whether to side with Qatar or the rest of the Arab nations could later deeply affect the African countries. More and more African Muslim majority countries are severing ties with Qatar citing solidarity with the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia and other Gulf nations.
  • Pakistan ceasefire violation along LoC, IB in Rajouri, Samba

    Pakistan ceasefire violation along LoC, IB in Rajouri, Samba

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    Earlier, the Pakistan Army had initiated indiscriminate firing of small arms, automatics and mortars around 6.20 am. The troops, it said, also destroyed several Indian army bunkers while retaliating to the unprovoked firing. According to the ISPR data, Indian forces have killed at least five civilians and wounded another 30 on the Pakistani side of the LoC in more than 400 ceasefire violations since the year began.