• Button Confirmed As Alonso's Replacement For Monaco

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    Jenson Button will return to F1 to race in the Monaco GP as Fernando Alonso's stand-in, McLaren-Honda have confirmed. Jenson Button won the Monaco Grand Prix back in 2009, the same year he took the F1 championship overall. Mclaren's racing director Eric Boullier said: " I was truly delighted when Jenson accepted our suggestion that he race at Monaco instead of Fernando ".
  • Turkey's President Erdogan tells referendum critics 'know your place'

    Turkey's President Erdogan tells referendum critics 'know your place'

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    Associated Press reported that due to the unrest on Monday, Turkey's Council of Ministers made a decision to extend Turkey's current state of emergency for an additional three months. The two largest opposition parties both challenged the referendum, saying it was deeply flawed. "If he thinks that his anti-European language gains him votes, and nationalism definitely increases his vote, he may go with it", she said, noting Erdogan said such a step was "the first thing" he'd do next.
  • Will anti-Trump sentiment rule in Georgia?

    Will anti-Trump sentiment rule in Georgia?

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    If the GOP candidate performs as badly as the party's narrow victor of a special election in Republican Kansas did this week, nervous GOP majorities in Congress will be even less eager to take policy risks. The GOP has also claimed that Ossoff would be more loyal to House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi - an unpopular name in the district - than to local voters.
  • $50K Reward Offered For Facebook Killer Who Posted Video Of Murder Online

    $50K Reward Offered For Facebook Killer Who Posted Video Of Murder Online

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    In the post, he said Steve Stephens' page was disabled within 23 minutes of the company receiving the first report . Stephens then uploaded the gruesome video of the killing to Facebook . Police cautioned the public not to approach Stephens if they see him, and to call 911. Through the tears Angela Smalls reminisced the last moments she shared with Robert Godwin .
  • Leonard has 32 points, Spurs rout Grizzlies 111-82 in Game 1

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    Kawhi Leonard scored a playoff career-high 37 points as the San Antonio Spurs earned a 96-82 win over the Memphis Grizzlies to take a 2-0 series lead. Aside from Marc Gasol and Mike Conley, there were zero contributions. Mills sank just one of his nine field goal attempts and went 0-5 from behind the three-point line.
  • Modi pitches for justice to Muslim women

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    The state BJP unit claims that more than four lakh persons, including three lakh women from tribal-dominated areas, would attend the gathering. "BJP's golden period should be associated with country's golden period", Shah said. If the BJP, under Mr Modi's leadership, is able to make a dent into a section of the Muslim vote, his party is likely to become immeasurably stronger than it has been so far.
  • U.S. attack strengthens regional extremism and terror: Rouhani

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    He went on to say that according to United Nations officials, chemical weapons in Syria had been handed over to the UN. He did not offer any proof for that assertion. Russian Federation and Iran have provided Mr Assad with critical military support in his war against rebel groups fighting to topple him. "We strongly condemn the illegitimate actions by the US".
  • North Korea will test missiles 'weekly', senior official says

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    Throughout his bareknuckle election campaign, US President Donald Trump repeatedly called into question a mutual defense treaty between Japan and the United States, suggesting Tokyo should pay for its own security. "But dialogue for the sake of having dialogue is meaningless". "We support the U.S. putting pressure on Chinese banks to ensure that the elites in North Korea can not continue to live the comfortable lives that they now do while the people of North Korea are suffering".
  • Brazil construction firm ordered to pay $2.6B in bribe case

    Brazil construction firm ordered to pay $2.6B in bribe case

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    In a Brooklyn federal court proceeding Monday lasting only a few minutes, Dearie imposed the terms of the December deal between the company and prosecutors. The legal case was controlled by the United States as much of the bribes to secure contracts in 100 countries came through American banks, while some meetings took place in Miami.