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Kane turned provider with around 20 minutes to play as he picked out Son, who still had work to do as he rounded a defender before curling the ball beyond Schmeichel. In a season which has seen compatriots Wayne Rooney and Daniel Sturridge decline, the path is clear for Kane to take over as England's number 9 for the foreseeable future.
  • NDP prepares for chance at governing

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    In a statement following news of the Greens throwing their support to the NDP, Notley said she would work with a B.C. government led by the NDPs' Horgan, but she repeated her view that the federal government holds ultimate authority over pipeline projects such as Trans Mountain.
  • Arsene Wenger will stay at Arsenal

    Arsene Wenger will stay at Arsenal

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    Initial plans point to Wenger moving upstairs after his two-year contract is up, assuming the role of director of football. Now that his future is settled, though, Wenger asked for the supporters to show togetherness and insisted he was convinced the Gunners could reach the next level.
  • Trump 'pulling' U.S. out of climate deal

    Trump 'pulling' U.S. out of climate deal

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    The possibility Mr Trump - who has previously described climate change as a hoax by the Chinese - could pull out within days was labelled disastrous and as putting the United States on "the wrong side of history" in some quarters. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres told reporters that Trump's announcement was "obviously a very important decision" since the United States is the world's biggest economy, but that it was vital also that other nations stay the course.
  • James Comey OK'd to testify before US Senate

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    Cohen had vowed non-compliance prior to being subpoenaed but is now believed to be cooperating with the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. " We will continue to pursue this investigation wherever the facts may lead ". Nunes made those comments before Mr. Trump's May 9 firing of FBI Director James Comey - a dismissal the White House initially blamed on Comey's mishandling of the Clinton email investigation.
  • Qatar deports Saudi asylum-seeker to Saudi Arabia: Amnesty

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    The Iranian spokesman then noted that such recurring allegations against Iran just a few days after U.S. president's trip to Saudi Arabia was not unexpected, because Washington should have reciprocated following the extravagance of Saudi officials during Donald Trump's visit.
  • 36 die of suffocation in botched Philippines casino robbery

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    Philippine police say the suspect in the attack on a hotel and casino complex near Manila's airport has been found dead of apparent suicide. But by Friday evening, police said they still didn't know the man's name, or why he launched his attack at the Resorts World Manila complex, only to flee to an adjoining hotel and kill himself.
  • Kadyrov invites Merkel and Macron to 'search the truth' in Chechnya

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    During a joint press briefing after their summit in Paris, Macron criticized Russian media for spreading misinformation to go against him during the election. "When I say things once, I don't usually repeat myself", Macron added . After the president made a decision to fire James Comey as Federal Bureau of Investigation director in early May, Putin told CBS News correspondent Elizabeth Palmer that Comey's dismissal would have "no effect" on U.S.
  • GOP senators weigh taxing employer-health plans

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    Bradley said conservative revenue estimates have served the state well in developing the two-year revenue and spending plan. The House and Senate plans both set aside well over $300 million for the state's reserves, which already sit and almost $1.5 billion.
  • Weather Channel website trolls Trump for exiting Paris Agreement

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    A Maori climate change campaigner says New Zealand can't take the high moral ground over the United States withdrawal from the Paris Agreement because of its own poor record. "Americans are not walking away from the Paris Climate Agreement", Michael Bloomberg said. Claiming it costs millions of American jobs , President Donald Trump announced he's pulling out of the worldwide Paris deal on climate change.
  • EU, China to unite on global warming after Trump withdrawal

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    Speaking to European business leaders alongside Li, Juncker said EU-China ties are underpinned by "a rules-based worldwide system". "Our joint leadership. Speaking from Ottawa where he's attending a conference of Canada's big city mayors, Tory also said he hopes Trump's decision opens a door for Toronto to take advantage of the burgeoning renewable energy industry.
  • Radiohead to Release

    Radiohead to Release "I Promise" Tonight

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    Check out Radiohead performing " I Promise " in Mansfield in August 1996, nearly a year before OK Computer was released. That package includes a book of lyrics and never-before-seen artwork, a collection of frontman Thom Yorke's notes taken during the OK Computer sessions, and a cassette mix tape featuring "session archives and demo tapes".