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In fact, Valentina had absolutely no answers at all when Nunes had top control. She doesn't hold back and puts everything behind her punches and kicks. Since Shevchenko fights from the southpaw stance, Nunes wants to circle left in order to stay away from her power. On the other hand, Shevchenko has not landed a single knockdown in the Octagon.
  • Holy Cow! Golden State Warriors Signs Durant for $53 Million

    Holy Cow! Golden State Warriors Signs Durant for $53 Million

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    Durant, who is an unrestricted free agent, will have a player option on the second year, American sports broadcaster ESPN reported yesterday. Stay with ABC7 News for more on this developing story. Surely, the NBAPA isn't too happy about this, but at least you can't question Durant's desire to win rings. The 28-year-old had been projected to earn a 20 percent raise over the $26.5 million he made last season, which would have been about $31.8 million.
  • Norwegian Air launching London flights to Chicago, Austin

    Norwegian Air launching London flights to Chicago, Austin

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    Both routes will be operated by Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft. "Within just a year, we have added seven USA gateways, creating much greater access for even more Americans to save a tremendous amount of money, and still get to experience one of the world's best airlines", Bjørn Kjos, Norwegian's Chief Executive Officer, said in the press release .
  • FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Atlantic tropical disturbance closer to forming

    FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Atlantic tropical disturbance closer to forming

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    From here, it's expected to move to the west-northwest, likely avoiding the Caribbean all together. Meteorologists at the National Hurricane Center say there is a 60 percent chance the low-pressure system will develop into a tropical depression in the next 48 hours to five days, down from an 80 percent chance for development during the same period earlier this week.
  • 60 shot, 8 of them dead, for July 4th weekend

    60 shot, 8 of them dead, for July 4th weekend

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    The holiday weekend has become the most violent period in the city for the last several years, despite the extra efforts to stop the shootings before they start. Chicago has some of the strictest gun control laws in the nation, although its most stringent gun regulations have been struck down by federal courts.
  • Explosion at Eglin US Air Force Base Lab in Florida Being Investigated

    Explosion at Eglin US Air Force Base Lab in Florida Being Investigated

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    No injuries have been reported, but a 1,000 foot area has been cordoned off around the facility, and the area surrounding the lab has been evacuated. It happened at the McKinley Climatic Lab around 10 a.m. The explosion is now under investigation. Temperatures can range between -65 degrees Fahrenheit and 165 degrees Fahrenheit, and the chamber can also simulate snow, rain wind, sand and dust.
  • Facebook discards the crucifix reaction emoji idea

    Facebook discards the crucifix reaction emoji idea

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    The newspaper said campaigners are particularly riled at the lack of a Christ-related miniature symbol after a Pride flag was placed in the social media giant's pictorial lexicon last month. Hikmat Hanna, a Conservative Christian, argued if the LGBTQ flag was fine for Facebook then surely it would have no problems with a crucifix emoji too.
  • Erdogan told not to address Turkish Diaspora during G20 Summit in Hamburg

    Erdogan told not to address Turkish Diaspora during G20 Summit in Hamburg

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    Germany made a decision to stop Erdoğan addressing Turkish citizens in Hamburg to prevent him from importing "domestic political conflicts", according to Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel. Bilateral relations have been fraught, deteriorating sharply over Turkey's mass crackdown after a failed coup a year ago and a host of other civil rights controversies.
  • USA says N.Korea's ICBM test escalates of threat

    USA says N.Korea's ICBM test escalates of threat

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    USA secretary of state Rex Tillerson has called on nations across the world to condemn the actions of North Korea , after Pyongyang claimed to have launched an intercontinental-ballistic missile on Tuesday. The prime danger from the USA viewpoint is the prospect of North Korea pairing a nuclear warhead with an ICBM. The Japanese government is increasingly wary of worsening tensions between the United States and North Korea after Washington announced that it believes the latest ...
  • Philippine militants behead 2 Vietnamese hostages held for eight months: Army

    Philippine militants behead 2 Vietnamese hostages held for eight months: Army

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    Ay son of a b****", he added. "This is a desperate measure of the Abu Sayyaf group because they see they have no gains from their kidnap-for-ransom activity", regional military spokesperson Capt. Vietnam's foreign ministry said it was seeking confirmation from Philippine authorities, and called for heavy punishment for the killers. The Philippines army launched an offensive to retake the city, although some militants continue to hold parts of Marawi.