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After completing a hat trick at 13:10 of overtime to give the Penguins a 3-0 series lead , Guentzel looks to give the reigning Stanley Cup champions the final push on Tuesday at Nationwide Arena. Werenski tweeted a photo of the damage post-game with the caption "Playoff hockey". The Penguins hadn't trailed at any point in the series coming into Game 3 but found themselves down 1-0 after only 11 seconds.
  • May's Conservatives lead in latest election YouGov poll

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    Since being fired by Theresa May, Osborne has earned lucrative speaking fees and taken on an advisory role for American investment giant Blackrock. Standing in Downing Street before a packed press gallery, May said Britain needed stability and strong leadership at this time.
  • India BJP leaders face conspiracy trial in 1992 mosque case

    India BJP leaders face conspiracy trial in 1992 mosque case

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    Senior Congress leader and former Union Minister Manish Tiwari said that the decision has put Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "morality quotient" on test. However, another accused in the case Kalyan Singh, who was BJP's chief minister of Uttar Pradesh when the mosque was demolished and is now the governor of western state of Rajasthan , will be prosecuted once he demits the constitutional office.
  • OSCE report on referendum 'baseless — EU Minister

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    That drew a harsh rebuke from Erdogan and criticism from Prime Minister Binali Yildirim. The main opposition party has demanded the result be nullified , saying the voting was marred by irregularities. Erdogan lashed back at the global monitors' initial findings, telling them to "know their place", Reuters reported . The new system outlined under the constitutional changes will take full effect at the next election, slated for November 2019.
  • United Airlines to testify over passenger scandal

    United Airlines to testify over passenger scandal

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    Mr Munoz and other executives vowed to treat customers with dignity, and said that what happened to Dr Dao will never happen again. Dao received a concussion and a broken nose and had two of his teeth knocked out. Last week, United announced that it will no longer call police to remove passengers from overbooked planes. The company is now conducting a review of its policies on overbooked flights - with details expected later this month.
  • Global IP Multimedia Subsystem Market: Research Report during 2016

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    Global Scopolamine Market Report 2017 is a professional and in-depth survey on the current state of the Scopolamine industry. A fundamental overview of the Phenoxy Resins Pellet market is presented to the readers with the help of market definition, categorization, various applications, and supply chain analysis.
  • Putin backing `evil person´ in Syria´s Assad, says Trump

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    Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Thursday: "We can not and will not support attempts to pass without proof a UN Security Council resolution condemning the government 'on the quiet, ' without any inspections". Mr Tillerson also called for Assad to eventually relinquish power. Beyond Syria, Russia's alleged meddling in the US presidential election also hovered over what was the first face-to-face encounter between Putin and any Trump administration Cabinet member.
  • Mike Pence warns North Korea: 'The sword stands ready'

    Mike Pence warns North Korea: 'The sword stands ready'

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    While the USA will continue to pursue diplomatic solutions, any conventional or nuclear attack by an enemy would be defeated "with an overwhelming and effective American response", Pence told the crowd aboard the ship Wednesday. The spectacle was followed by a test of their so-called intercontinental missile, which failed just five seconds after launch, observers in the US and South Korea said.
  • Kashmir students clash with Indian troops; many injured

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    Prompted by widespread student protests in Kashmir and closure of education of educational institutions, the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has issued some self-contradictory statements. The college administration chose to close the campus till April 18. Last week, dozens of videos, taken by protesters and Indian forces themselves, showing torture and killings of Kashmiris had gone viral.
  • New Zealand braces for Cyclone Cook

    New Zealand braces for Cyclone Cook

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    It is due to hit New Zealand's North Island later today, with wind gusts of more than 150 km/h possible. Conditions are expected to be so hazardous, the MetService is advising people to seriously consider altering Easter travel plans and not to "take any chances".