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However, it was too late, and with 37 required off the final over, it was nearly game over for South Africa , as they succumbed to a 19-run defeat, while England won the series 2-1. They gave only 42 runs in last five overs and picked up five wickets as well. Following his dismissal, the English batsmen started falling like a pile of cards, while South African pacer, Dane Paterson , who finished with the figures of 4 for 32, twice came in a position to take a hat-trick.
  • Death toll in Pakistan attacks climbs to 61

    Death toll in Pakistan attacks climbs to 61

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    The Pakistani military hinted at Afghanistan after the deadly explosions on Friday, claiming that the attacks in Quetta city and Parachinar have links with the sanctuaries across the border. A military statement said it dispatched two helicopters to Parachinar to evacuate the injured to hospitals in Peshawar. At least 45 people have been killed and 80 others injured in Parachinar, an official from the local administration said.
  • Disabled Protesters Angry Over GOP Health Care Bill Dragged Away In Capitol

    Disabled Protesters Angry Over GOP Health Care Bill Dragged Away In Capitol

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    Chuck Todd's source could be wrong, but of the seven Senators who were thought to be no votes , Sens. They said in a statement that they are open to negotiation before the full Senate considers the measure. But they feel that the measure fails to accomplish what they have promised to their constituents, 'to repeal Obamacare and lower their health care costs'.
  • South Africa fight back to level T20 series with England

    South Africa fight back to level T20 series with England

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    The South African carted him for two sixes and a four before holing out and giving the 20-year-old his first wicket in global cricket. The deciding match will be played at Cardiff . They eventually fell short on 162 for seven. England dropped three catches before Curran stole the show with two more wickets in the penultimate over of the innings.
  • Fabulous Federer Trounces Zverev to Claim Ninth Halle Title

    Fabulous Federer Trounces Zverev to Claim Ninth Halle Title

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    The Swiss ace was at his elegant best as he dispatched his German opponent in just 52 minutes at the Gerry Weber Stadion, further justifying his decision to miss the entire clay-court season to focus on his grass-court campaign. Federer's record on grass however is unmatched by anyone, having won Wimbledon a record-equaling seven times. The Australian Open champion did not lose a set in Halle as he won his 92nd ATP Tour title to prepare for SW19 in the flawless manner.
  • Mosul celebrates first Eid without Islamic State in years

    Mosul celebrates first Eid without Islamic State in years

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    With the Iraqi advance, some in Mosul celebrated the Muslim Eid al-Fitr holiday marking the end of the fasting month of Ramadan, with children playing in squares on the eastern side of the city that had been liberated months ago. When the troops reach this point, they will have isolated the remaining IS fighters in four separate pockets. The mosque's destruction, while condemned by Iraqi and United Nations authorities as another cultural crime by the jihadists, gave troops more ...
  • Edwards wins gold at USA Junior Outdoor Championships

    Edwards wins gold at USA Junior Outdoor Championships

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    Also a USATF indoor qualifier, she finishes up as the program's all-time No. 2 runner in the 800 at 2:03.86. Lambourne will compete in the first round of the 800m on Thursday at 6 p.m. Conley, now a New Balance pro, joined 2014 alumna and three-time Big West champ Alycia Cridebring in Friday's 5K final. Halfway through the race, Martinez was fourth and Collinsworth third.
  • Erdogan rejects Arab demands to remove Turkish troops from Qatar

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    In a sign of support, the Turkish parliament swiftly ratified a 2014 military agreement with Qatar earlier this month, allowing the deployment of troops to its base there. Saudi Arabia and its allies, including Egypt, have issued 13 demands that they want Qatar to meet in return for an end to the almost three-week-old diplomatic and trade "blockade".
  • Colorado officer escorting Vice President Pence motorcade hurt in crash

    Colorado officer escorting Vice President Pence motorcade hurt in crash

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    Vice President Mike Pence speaks at the Focus on the Family 40 year anniversary event, on Friday, June 23, 2017. Some members of the religious right said the order therefore didn't go far enough , although it did provide a broad directive to the US attorney general to interpret antidiscrimination law, something that could bode ill for LGBT rights.
  • Federal Reserve Moves Interest Rates Higher

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    The Dow Jones industrial average was up 22 points, or 0.1 percent, to 21,352, little changed from before the announcement. Fed officials now expect the USA unemployment rate to end the year at 4.3 percent, down from the 4.5 percent they predicted in March .
  • Proteas pull off thrilling fightback to set up T20 decider

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    Roy became the first player in worldwide T20 cricket history to be given out for obstructing the field after Andile Phehlukwayo's throw hit him when he was short of his ground. Curran was the pick of the bowlers with three wickets, while Liam Plunkett snapped up two, and Dawson, David Willey and Chris Jordan chipped in with one wicket apiece.
  • Erdogan rejects Arab demands; Turkish troops stay in Qatar

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    Meshal bin Hamad Al Thani , Qatar's ambassador to the United States , also criticized the list of demands. DUBAI , United Arab Emirates (AP) - A top United Arab Emirates official said Saturday the Arab countries isolating Qatar do not seek to force out the country's leadership over allegations it supports extremist ideology but are willing to cut ties altogether if it does not agree to their demands.