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What many Tottenham fans might not realize now is that the race might be mathematically over by the time their team kicks a ball again. And Spurs boss Pochettino admitted that all his side can do is wait on Chelsea's results. Chelsea now needs six points from its last four games to be crowned champions in Antonio Conte's first season in charge. "The performance was just ok".
  • Nigeria president seeks treatment in London

    Nigeria president seeks treatment in London

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    Those who publicly speculate about the issue of the President's health must keep all of this in mind. "I don't think there is any better person to say what is happening in the villa than the President's wife". Adesina said Buhari would have left earlier on Sunday but wanted to meet the students, who were kidnapped by Boko Haram Islamists in northeast Nigeria in April 2014, causing worldwide outrage.
  • Mets suspend Matt Harvey three days for violating team rules

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    Sources: Harvey did not show at ballpark yesterday. He offered no public explanation for his tardiness, saying he simply "screwed up". Harvey, 28, was suspended for a violation of team rules. "In a situation like that, I've kind of just got to go out there and pitch to my strengths", Wilk said. "However that is, however we get to that". Harvey has struggled this season, posting a 4.95 SIERA with only 20 strikeouts in 35 innings pitched through 6 starts.
  • Yates: I warned White House that Flynn could be blackmailed

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    Ms Yates told a Senate subcommittee that when she met Mr McGahn, she told him that firing the National Security Adviser would not interfere in the FBI investigation. Council". His resignation followed reports that Flynn discussed Russian Federation sanctions with Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, contrary to White House statements.
  • South Koreans vote amid power vacuum

    South Koreans vote amid power vacuum

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    And there are older South Koreans who tend to be more conservative, anti-communist, may have lived through the Korean War and the Cold War. "The confusion we have now is the pain of a society trying to move on to a developed nation from a developing one".
  • Emmanuel Macron wins French election

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    Macron will become the youngest person in history to become France President. Speaking after his victory, Macron promised to "fight the divisions" in the country. After her decisive loss, the National Front also geared up for a name change - if not a makeover of its ideas. "I want it to be a page of hope and renewed trust", he said.
  • Pentagon: IS in Afghanistan leader killed in April raid

    Pentagon: IS in Afghanistan leader killed in April raid

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    Hasib's predecessor was obliterated by a USA drone strike a year ago. He is the second Isis leader to be killed by United States and Afghan troops in the space of nine months, according to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation commander in Afghanistan John Nicholson, who confirmed the killing.
  • Jennifer Ehle and Cate Blanchett among nominees at Tony Awards

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    The nod for " Natasha " adds to a streak of ART-related productions that have earned Tony nominations, and sometimes victories, including "Waitress, " "The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess, " and "Pippin". The 71st annual Tony Awards, hosted by Kevin Spacey , will take place June 11 at Radio City Music Hall and will air on CBS. Other nominees in that category were Indecent , Oslo and the Pulitzer Prize-winning Sweat.
  • How Character Issues Affected This Year's NFL Draft Hopefuls

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    The former cornerback at Ohio State and expected first-round pick is accused of raping a woman at the Westin Hotel on St. Clair Avenue on April 9. Earlier on Thursday, reports had surfaced that an National Football League team had asked Conley to take a polygraph test and that he had passed.
  • Maduro Pushing for Constitutional Changes

    Maduro Pushing for Constitutional Changes

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    Clashes broke out after riot police blocked demonstrators from advancing toward state institutions in central Caracas , where Maduro addressed a rally of thousands of his supporters. The idea of rewriting the constitution, said Diego Moya-Campos of the London-based risk consultancy IHS Markit, "is a desperate measure by a government that knows it can not call elections because it is going to lose and resorts to polarization".