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For this reason I must be pleased". "But we must think that this race is open". In the end we all rather hate on no one from our own team, pushing the whole squad for the glory! Chelsea last secured a league and FA Cup double in 2010 under Italian manager Carlo Ancelotti's first season at the club, although Conte dismissed comparisons, saying he had inherited a squad in a hard period, having finished 10th in the league last season.
  • Netanyahu gives German FM 'ultimatum' over meeting with NGOs

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    It is important to note that Netanyahu himself has not publicly stated his ultimatum or the cancellation at any point, with the messages instead conveyed through "senior officials in the Prime Minister's Office". That would be unthinkable , ' Gabriel told Germany's ZDF television. In his own defense of the decision, Netanyahu, in a speech Tuesday evening before National Bible Quiz participants, said it has always been government policy not to "meet with diplomats who visit Israel and meet ...
  • Mangere crash kills one person

    Mangere crash kills one person

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    The 29-year-old involved in a fatal early-morning police chase in Auckland was a disqualified driver. His next of kin are still being notified. A stationary police auto saw the vehicle doing burn-outs, police say. The 29-year-old driver of the auto - who was disqualified from driving at the time of the crash - was taken to Middlemore Hospital with serious injuries and is in a stable condition.
  • Swing is king: Key Congress bastions go to BJP

    Swing is king: Key Congress bastions go to BJP

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    The AAP leadership is putting up a courageous face by singing the "EVM manipulation" tune for the humiliating defeat but the one question that is troubling the party is the strategy it should adopt to win back the confidence of Delhi voters, who have have already given ample indication to AAP to shed its confrontational politics.
  • At least 8 Iran guards dead in clash on Pakistan border

    At least 8 Iran guards dead in clash on Pakistan border

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    Iranian media reports that the Jaish al-Adl jihadist group, accused by Tehran of links to Al-Qaeda, carries out regular attacks in Sistan-Baluchistan. Jaish al Adl is a Sunni militant group that has carried out several attacks before against Iranian security forces to highlight what it claims is discrimination against Sunni Muslims and the ethnic Baluch in the province.
  • Anti-Fascist Protesters Converge on Le Pen's Paris Rally

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    The two frontrunners in the French presidential election, far-right leader Marine Le Pen and centrist Emmanuel Macron, were staging rival rallies in Paris on Monday, seeking to stay ahead of a fast-chasing pack just days before the vote. The top two candidates advance to a May 7 runoff. That is because the leanings of France's next president will likely determine the future of Europe.
  • Arkansas executed two men on the same gurney last night

    Arkansas executed two men on the same gurney last night

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    KAUFFMAN: The U.S. district judge lifted the stay and Marcel Williams' execution went forward. He was sentenced to death for the 1994 killing of Stacy Errickson, whom he'd kidnapped and strangled. Jones' execution provided attorneys an argument for halting Williams' execution, but also gave them a very narrow window to argue for sparing their client's life.
  • Russian Federation vows to oppose USA stance against Iran

    Russian Federation vows to oppose USA stance against Iran

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    Netanyahu made the comment a day after President Trump ripped into the deal struck by Iran, the US and other world powers in 2015 and said "it shouldn't have been signed". Tillerson insisted that the nuclear deal was a failure as it only delayed and does not avert Iran's goal of becoming a nuclear state. Following Trump's controversial remarks about Iran's lack of commitment to the "spirit" of the deal, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif hit back at the USA president, saying it is ...
  • School District of Altoona selected for fab labs equipment funding

    School District of Altoona selected for fab labs equipment funding

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    A $25,000 grant has been awarded from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp .to the Onalaska School District to construct a "Fab Lab", a small scale workshop with digital equipment including laser printers and 3D engravers. It is used in a wide range of manufacturing facilities which helps students develop the skills they need to succeed in the workforce. "Wisconsin is the defacto leader in the K-12 fab lab movement; that's a position of leadership that we're gonna hold", said ...
  • Exxon wants federal waiver to resume venture with Russian oil company

    Exxon wants federal waiver to resume venture with Russian oil company

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    Exxon applied for a waiver from USA sanctions against Russia so that it could move ahead with a deal negotiated by Tillerson in 2012 to partner with the Russian state-controlled oil company, Rosneft . "On the Black Sea". "Treasury and OFAC generally do not comment on a specific licence application". Exxon Mobil's critics urged the Treasury Department to block more waivers, which they feared would give new momentum to drilling in the environmentally sensitive Russian Arctic.
  • Rajevac is new Thailand coach

    Rajevac is new Thailand coach

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    During the ongoing qualifying campaign, the Thais could only manage a single point from seven matches, prompting an outcry from the fans which culminated with the resignation of Kiatisuk or better known as "Zico" among his fans. Rajevac took control of Ghana in 2008 and led the last eight of the 2010 World Cup where they lost a shoot-out to Uruguay after striker Asamoah Gyan missed a last-minute penalty that would have taken them to the semi-finals.
  • UGC NET 2017: CBSE to conduct NET exam in July, says UGC

    UGC NET 2017: CBSE to conduct NET exam in July, says UGC

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    The NET is conducted twice a year - in July and December. According to sources, the proposal, which is at a very nascent stage, is being considered keeping in mind the resources required to conduct the exam as well as the number of candidates appearing for it.