• Tour de France 2017 - Warren Barguil: It is a dream, unbelievable

    Tour de France 2017 - Warren Barguil: It is a dream, unbelievable

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    Germany's Marcel Kittel riding injured after crashing 20km into the 17th stage of the Tour de France . "I'm living inside my dream at the moment - it's insane", Barguil said. He now leads another German, Andre Greipel by an insurmountable 160 points. "I still have the five wins". When I think of a cyclist's legs I think of smooth sculpted perfection.
  • Forecast: Scattered thunderstorms expected today

    Forecast: Scattered thunderstorms expected today

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    As you're getting up conditions outside will be mostly clear with temperatures ranging from the low to upper 70s and winds will be out of the south/ southeast at 5-10 miles per hour. West wind 5 to 10 miles per hour becoming light in the evening. Friday will be mostly sunny, with a high near 94 and a southwest wind at five to 10 miles per hour.
  • Lavrov sees nothing sensational in informal Putin-Trump gathering at G20

    Lavrov sees nothing sensational in informal Putin-Trump gathering at G20

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    On Wednesday's Late Show , Stephen Colbert tackled the recent news that President Trump had a previously undisclosed conversation with Vladimir Putin at a G20 dinner. Putin had at the dinner in Hamburg, Germany, where first lady Melania Trump was seated next to Mr. Putin. "That was the fourth time". "When you are brought by your parents to kindergarten, do you mix with the people who are waiting in the same room to start going to a classroom?" "Well, there is also a room where ...
  • Three dead in three auto N2 collision

    Three dead in three auto N2 collision

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    Two men were rushed to hospital with serious injuries, one of whom is said to have been in the same auto as the women who died. The three-car collision happened near Ardee at around 1am. Gardaí have requested for anyone with information pertaining to this morning's tragic incident to come forward. Gardaí are asking motorists using the M1 to divert at Junction 17 for Castleblayney.
  • Sessions digs in after scathing attack by Trump

    Sessions digs in after scathing attack by Trump

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    The president has asked his advisers about his power to pardon aides, family members and even himself in connection with the probe, The Washington Post reported , quoting one person involved. Those sources said that the president's team is hard at work trying to prove conflicts of interest among Mueller's team of investigators and hopes to thwart the entire investigation by forcing those investigators to recuse themselves.
  • Roma: caos incendi ad Ostia e sulla Cristoforo Colombo

    Roma: caos incendi ad Ostia e sulla Cristoforo Colombo

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    Sul posto si sta dirigendo in questo momento anche la sindaca Raggi, che è stata informata tempestivamente su quanto sta avvenendo sulla parte più occidentale della città di Roma . Intervenuti cinque elicotteri , un canadair e sei autobotti, con venti squadre tra operatori e volontari in collaborazione con i Vigili del Fuoco .
  • Dog jumps into water to save baby fawn in NY

    Dog jumps into water to save baby fawn in NY

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    The video shows the fearless dog bring the three-month-old baby deer to shore. The dog was out for a walk with his fellow pet Sara and his owner Mark Freeley , when he spotted something in the water. Floridia said it took about eight minutes and a rope to get a hold of her. He credited helping with the hard part to his partner Eric Kutzing. My knee was blown out.
  • Cameroon tortures suspects at base used by US, French, Amnesty says

    Cameroon tortures suspects at base used by US, French, Amnesty says

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    In one common method - described as "the goat" - detainees had their limbs tied together behind their back before they were beaten. The allegations - similar to those made against the militayr in Nigeria- are not the first against Cameroon, which has been criticised before for its heavy-handed crackdown.