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A second Group A loss means New Zealand can't reach the semi-finals, regardless of their final group result against unbeaten Portugal on Saturday. He has been accused by Spanish authorities of evading 14.7mn euros ($16.5mn) in tax and has been summoned to appear in court next month in Madrid. "Raphael went to hospital, we think he might have fractured his leg", Portugal coach Fernando Santos said.
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    John Bel Edwards: Please take Tropical Storm Cindy seriously

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    Maximum sustained winds with this tropical storm are now close to 60 miles per hour (95 km/h) with occasional gusts. In Mississippi, Gulfport-Biloxi Airport recorded 7.19 inches of rain in the last 24 hours, with nearly 6 inches of it falling in the last 12 hours.
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    NiSource Inc. (NI) has risen 5.02% since June 21, 2016 and is uptrending. It has underperformed by 15.29% the S&P500. Campbell Newman Asset Management Inc. Ullmann Michael H had sold 21,735 shares worth $2.45M on Wednesday, February 1. Eleven research analysts have rated the stock with a hold rating, eight have given a buy rating and one has issued a strong buy rating to the company's stock.
  • National Aboriginal Day continues with a new name

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    CN's Aboriginal Affairs logo demonstrates CN's commitment to developing and maintaining respectful and sustainable relationships with all Aboriginal peoples across our network. "Reconciliation is a journey of many steps, big and small, and it is a journey we must walk together in genuine partnership". By doing so, you are helping to recognize that reconciliation is not just an Aboriginal imperative; it is an imperative for all British Columbians.
  • Missouri attorney general sues drug companies over opioids

    Missouri attorney general sues drug companies over opioids

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    A news conference was scheduled in St. Louis for Wednesday morning. The Missouri suit follows a filing by OH suing five drug companies, accusing them of fueling the opioid crisis there by misleading doctors about the risks of addiction. In addition, the suit alleges that the companies used third-party advocacy organizations, such as the American Academy of Pain Medicine, to disseminate the narrative that opioid medications were safe.
  • Saudi king ousts nephew, names son as heir

    Saudi king ousts nephew, names son as heir

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    The young prince already wielded huge power before he became heir, spearheading a sweeping economic and social reform program for the ultraconservative kingdom. The Saudi monarch, who holds near absolute powers, quickly awarded his son expansive powers to the surprise of many within the royal family who are more senior and more experienced than Mohammed bin Salman , also known as MBS.
  • U.S. stock indexes hold steady as the price of oil steadies

    U.S. stock indexes hold steady as the price of oil steadies

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    Sterling was last trading at US$1.2624, down 0.85 per cent on the day. Energy stocks bore the brunt for a second straight day, and those in the S&P 500 lost 1.6 percent, a day after falling 1.2 percent. Baird & Co. Shares of oil majors Exxon Mobil and Chevron were down about 1 percent, dragging on the S&P 500 and Dow. Bank of America gained 1.8 percent.
  • Mumbai's transgenders celebrate International Day of Yoga

    Mumbai's transgenders celebrate International Day of Yoga

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    The International Day of Yoga was also observed at all government institutions - Zonal Railways, Divisions, Production Units, Railway Training Institutes and Centres, and all other railway establishments, the Child Adoption Resource Agency, hospitals like AIMS, RML and Safdurjung among others.
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    Queen's Speech unveils Brexit-focused agenda at troubled time

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    Like the State of the Union in the US, the queen's speech usually outlines goals and proposals for the next year. About 30 MPs have indicated that they will not accept leaving the European Union without a deal. "First, we need to get Brexit right". Eight of 27 bills outlined in the speech deal with the complex Brexit process. Even before news of Prince Philip's illness, the government had announced that the speech would be delivered with less pageantry than normal a result of the ...
  • Kuwait emir welcomes new Saudi crown prince

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    A royal decree on Wednesday removed Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef , a 57-year-old nephew of the king, as next in line to the throne and replaced him with Mohammed bin Salman , 31, who was previously the deputy crown prince. Images published in Saudi state media showed the new crown prince kissing the hand of Mohammed bin Nayef , who was said to have pledged allegiance to the man who has replaced him at the Safa Palace in Mecca.
  • Peaky Blinders star laughs it up with Cruise on Mummy

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    What once made money will make money again. For all of its large scale and bluster, The Mummy's biggest flaw is that it's not fun or exciting enough. When you're dealing with the supernatural, anything's possible. You don't have to stay in your seats when the credits begin to roll, because #TheMummy does not have an end credits scene.
  • Afghan-oriented militants getting support from Pakistani govt, says Pentagon

    Afghan-oriented militants getting support from Pakistani govt, says Pentagon

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    USA officials said the Trump administration was discussing withholding at least some assistance to Pakistan . Obama surged tens of thousands of additional USA troops into Afghanistan, but when he gave a speech at West Point on December 1, 2009, announcing the new troops, he also simultaneously announced their withdrawal date.