• Yingluck Shinawatra Sentenced To Five Years In Absentia

    Yingluck Shinawatra Sentenced To Five Years In Absentia

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    Yingluck was due to hear the verdict on August 25, but failed to show up, surprising hundreds of supporters who had gathered at the court. Yingluck, who inherited the leadership of Thaksin's political machine and was elected prime minister in 2011, became a proxy target for his enemies as well.
  • 3rd GOP Senator Announces Opposition to Obamacare Repeal Bill

    3rd GOP Senator Announces Opposition to Obamacare Repeal Bill

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    After a few minutes of some good old fashioned Fox News bashing, Kimmel gets to the recent news that Senator Susan Collins won't support Graham-Cassidy, "which means this bill is nearly certainly dead, or at the very least it's on life support which isn't covered".
  • Yusuf: WAFU Cup Final Defeat To Ghana Good For Home-Based Eagles

    Yusuf: WAFU Cup Final Defeat To Ghana Good For Home-Based Eagles

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    Nigeria's consolation goal was scored by Rabiu Ali in the dying seconds of the added time from a free kick given few metres outside the 22metres box of the Black Stars. "We started slowly but we gathered momentum and everything went well for us". Victory swelled the Ghana Football Association bank balance by US$100,000 thanks to sponsorship from an American news channel, with Nigeria receiving US$50,000.
  • Buccaneers on Tape: What the Vikings showed in Week 2

    Buccaneers on Tape: What the Vikings showed in Week 2

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    On third-and-three from the Vikings' 41, Keenum threw to Diggs on the left sideline. His weaving run after the catch led to a 59-yard touchdown to put Minnesota up 28-3 early in the third quarter. Tampa Bay is hoping it can be as effective stopping Keenum and the Vikes as Pittsburgh was last week in a 26-9 victory over Minnesota. Under pressure, Keenum pulled a 180 from his performance last week, finishing 11-of-13 for 232 yards and three touchdowns against the blitz.
  • Dani Ceballos brace leads Real Madrid to unconvincing win at Alaves

    Dani Ceballos brace leads Real Madrid to unconvincing win at Alaves

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    But Madrid were far from comfortable as Alfonso Pedraza saw two attempts come off the woodwork himself for Alaves . "I am happy for ( Ceballos )". Just three minutes after the equaliser, Ceballos struck again, with Pacheco failing to clear the initial chance. Madrid reportedly paid Betis 16.5 million euros ($19.7 million) for the up-and-coming midfielder.
  • Bangladesh urges 'safe zones' for Rohingya in Myanmar

    Bangladesh urges 'safe zones' for Rohingya in Myanmar

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    In the past, Myanmar has been tabling regular reports on internal developments at various United Nations bodies. This comes down to the exemplary statesmanship of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, who has put politics aside in favour of doing the right thing.
  • Primavera Sound responds to police raids ahead of Catalan independence referendum

    Primavera Sound responds to police raids ahead of Catalan independence referendum

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    They also sing the song dubbed Els Segadors (The Reapers in Catalan ), which is the official anthem of the region and carry the Estelada flags, which are symbols of regional independence. "It is of course entirely legitimate for Spain to oppose independence for Catalonia, but what I think is of concern anywhere is for a state to deny the right of a people to democratically express their will".
  • Flu epidemic hits Guam, Public Health says

    Flu epidemic hits Guam, Public Health says

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    It is heartening that federal Health Minister Greg Hunt has asked Chief Medical Officer Brendan Murphy to advise on ways to strengthen the National Immunisation Program, including pushing pharmaceutical companies to develop stronger vaccines .
  • 'ARSA a common enemy of Myanmar, India and Bangladesh'

    'ARSA a common enemy of Myanmar, India and Bangladesh'

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    More than 410,000 Rohingya have arrived in Bangladesh since a fresh outbreak of violence erupted on August 25 in Myanmar's westernmost Rakhine state. The influx has got people in Ukhia and Teknaf in Bangladesh anxious about diseases that have stated spreading, said the NHRC chairman who voiced concern about the scarcity of medicines and of refugees carrying diseases, which could spread among local residents.
  • Change My Be Coming for Some National Monuments

    Change My Be Coming for Some National Monuments

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    According to the memo , the Cascade-Siskiyou monument includes 16,591 acres of federal land that otherwise would be harvested for timber. Instead, Zinke did write that "border security is a concern" resulting from the monument's proximity to the U.S.