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Spiegel and Kerr were trying to keep the wedding as private as possible. Kerr is one of Australia's most successful models and is behind numerous business ventures including Kora Organics, and Spiegel, the co-founder of Snapchat with a personal worth estimated at $US4 billion ($A5.4 billion), began dating in 2015 and became engaged a year ago.
  • Monaco Grand Prix: Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel fastest in final practice

    Monaco Grand Prix: Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel fastest in final practice

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    But set-up changes between the two sessions in Monaco have taken the vehicle in the opposite direction. Even the normally inscrutable Raikkonen sounded upbeat. Monaco is unique in F1 schedule, especially because the drivers get off on Friday. Also earlier on Saturday, four-time world champion Vettel dominated the final practice session.
  • Iheanacho scores as Eagles hold Corsica to draw

    Iheanacho scores as Eagles hold Corsica to draw

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    Nigeria , who didn't have their top stars, dominated the friendly, which is part of the team's preparation for the 2019 African Cup of Nation qualifier against South Africa in Uyo on June 10. Corsica would also have their goalkeeper Penneteau to thank as he denied the Super Eagles from scoring on many occasions. The Eagles had another chance at goal but Ibrahim Alhassan headed over the bar from close range after a lovely delivery from Elderson Echiejile in the 23rd minute.
  • Kimi Raikkonen to start from pole at Monaco GP

    Kimi Raikkonen to start from pole at Monaco GP

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    Ricciardo's Red Bull teammate Max Verstappen was sixth with 1:13.486. "At one point, as the barriers loomed at Massenet on the approach to Casino Square and he snapped the Mercedes back into shape, he shook a gloved hand in relief as if to say 'That was close ".
  • Team India Had 'Fantastic' First Practice at Lord's: Rahane

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    Watch accompanying video of Former India Captain, Rahul Dravid to know who his favourites are. "It is a very exciting time for us, there have been a lot of practice sessions at Edgbaston and we're ready to play". "Against the West Indies , we had a big fielding downslide, there were quite a few dropped catches but we have made an improvement so we are happy with that", he pointed out.
  • Fidget spinners used as teaching tool in classroom

    Fidget spinners used as teaching tool in classroom

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    It's a form of therapy. "It seems to me that it would be more distractive than helpful". Esperanza Arce, principal at Vista Verde Middle School , welcomes fidget spinners on her campus. At Ontario schools like Skelly's, for instance, students with special education needs receive independent education plans arrived at in consultation with parents, teachers and specialists.
  • Stan Wawrinka beats Mischa Zverev, retains Geneva Open title

    Stan Wawrinka beats Mischa Zverev, retains Geneva Open title

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    Kei Nishikori and Stan Wawrinka each survived significant scares as they battled through to the semi-finals of the Geneva Open on Thursday. Nishikori also trailed in the tiebreaker before creating a second match-point chance with a forehand crosscourt service return for a victor.
  • G-7 source: US gets more time for climate pact answer

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    European Union diplomats also looked to put a positive spin on Trump's refusal to back the landmark Paris climate accord , saying he had listened hard to their arguments. "On the campaign trail, Trump said he would "cancel" the Paris deal". In the Middle East, President Donald Trump was feted with pageantry, the leaders of Saudi Arabia and Israel seemingly in competition to outdo the other with the warmth of their welcomes and the depth of their pledges of cooperation.
  • Last 3 years have transformed people's lives: PM Modi

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    On political front, he said, "We have succeeded in bringing multifold change in the national politics ". Highlighting the government's achievements, Shah said, "In three years, PM Modi changed the way India thinks, changed politics by plucking nepotism, appeasement out.
  • Officials blame Erdogan security forces for 'brutal attack' on Washington protesters

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    The incident took place in the mining town of Soma, a day after a devastating coal mine fire killed almost 300 people as Prime Minister Erdogan visited the town. Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu has accused a senior U.S. diplomat of backing Kurdish militants and said he should be sent home. The two leaders touted strong ties between the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies, but Erdogan emphasized his country will not accept Syrian Kurdish fighters in the region while stopping ...
  • NationGovernment Will Not Go Back On Its Promise On Black Money: Modi

    NationGovernment Will Not Go Back On Its Promise On Black Money: Modi

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    Alleging the government has failed to create jobs, he said, "We demand the government issue a White Paper on its employment strategy". Replying a question why did the Modi government and Jammu and Kashmir government fail to contain the Kashmir violence, the BJP president said that success or failure of a government should not be evaluated on the developments of two-three months.
  • Tedros Adhanom Elected New Head of WHO

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    The race began in 2015 and turned bitter at the very end, when an adviser to Dr Nabarro accused Dr Tedros of having covered up repeated outbreaks of cholera in his home country, which lowered the chances of an worldwide response and, more recently, the use of cholera vaccine.