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India and Spain should strengthen bilateral cooperation in the fight against terrorism as "both our countries" have faced the security challenge, Prime Minister Narendra Modi told Spanish President Mariano Rajoy today. "We have had discussions with many countries on the grounds, but Russia has emerged as the only country with which we have successful collaborated in the atomic power sector which is the flagship of the Indo-Russian economic cooperation".
  • Lions schedule criticised by All Blacks coach Hansen

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    Such was New Zealand's status as a growing force that the 1908 tour saw more games being staged in that country than Australia , and the All Blacks delivered a standard by which the Lions found themselves judged. If you've given the players the opportunity you can say hand on heart that we are selecting on what we have seen. I was shocked when my father said he wanted the Lions to win the series against the All Blacks in 1971.
  • Nevada Finally Sees eSports Bill Turned into Law

    Nevada Finally Sees eSports Bill Turned into Law

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    Wagering on eSports has been occurring in Nevada since last fall under the state's Gaming Control Board, but Governor Sandoval's signature on Senate Bill 240 legalizes the wagers for the foreseeable future. Making esports wagering a part of the bill is a great example of proper progress. Across the pond, the Esports Integrity Coalition (ESIC) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the UK Gambling Commission.
  • Trump Stands By 'Great' Jared Kushner Amid Tension Over Russia Probe

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    Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 28, 2017 Whenever you see the words "sources say" in the fake news media, and they don't mention names. In a tweet on Tuesday, Trump said: " Russian officials must be laughing at the US & how a lame excuse for why the Dems lost the election has taken over the Fake News".
  • Bombing in diplomatic area of Kabul kills 90, wounds scores

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    Dimroth says the decision to postpone deportations was not due to a reassessment of the danger, but rather because the embassy in Kabul is not in a position to deal with the return of the deportees after being damaged in the attack. The United States now has more than 8,000 troops in Afghanistan, training local forces and conducting counterterrorism operations. The most prominent terrorist group in the country, the Afghan Taliban , has denied any involvement and condemned the attack.
  • Trump Expected To Withdraw From Paris Climate Accord

    Trump Expected To Withdraw From Paris Climate Accord

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    Trump had waffled on his decision whether to keep the USA committed to the landmark 2015 agreement or fulfill his campaign promise to pull out. The European Union and China will throw their full weight behind the Paris climate accord at a summit on Friday, EU officials said , in a bid to fill the void if the USA quits the pact.
  • Attack on Baijayant: Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik says BJD against violence

    Attack on Baijayant: Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik says BJD against violence

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    The incident happened when some partymen hurled stones and eggs at a procession led by Panda after he inaugurated a drinking water project in the area in Kendrapara district, police said. The name plate of the project bearing Panda's name was also vandalised by some untoward elements. "The attackers were outsiders, who came in 10 vehicles and misbehaved with the local people sparking tension in the area", he remarked.
  • Kinder Morgan IPO misses share price target

    Kinder Morgan IPO misses share price target

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    In taking a peek at the stock and where it might be headed, brokerage firms on Wall Street now have a consensus twelve months price target of $25.26 on the shares according to 19 analysts. Scotiabank reported second-quarter results that beat analyst expectations, helped in part by its global business. The business's revenue was up 7.2% compared to the same quarter past year.
  • British breast surgeon who maimed patients gets 15 years

    British breast surgeon who maimed patients gets 15 years

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    Paterson, 59, was convicted last month after his trial heard he carried out mastectomies on patients after inventing or exaggerating their risk of cancer. Specialist prosecutor Pamela Jain said that Paterson "repeatedly abused that trust [between patient and doctor] by carrying out unnecessary major medical surgery over more than a decade".
  • The most popular baby names in Offaly have been revealed

    The most popular baby names in Offaly have been revealed

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    Emily remains the most popular name for newborn girls, followed by Grace, Ava and Lucy. The most popular baby names for boys and girls in Louth previous year have been revealed. Willow was ranked 72 in 2016, up 49 places from 121 in 2015. Muhammad jumped 36 places, from 119 in 2015 to 83 in 2016. Fiadh was the most popular in Galway City.
  • Sin City TV series reportedly in the works

    Sin City TV series reportedly in the works

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    The movie adapted four of the storylines from the comics and featured an impressive ensemble, including Bruce Willis, Jessica Alba , Powers Boothe, Rosario Dawson, Benicio del Toro, Michael Clarke Duncan, Clive Owen, Rutger Hauer, Brittany Murphy, Elijah Wood, and Mickey Rourke.
  • As US threatens withdrawal, Feds still committed to Paris Accord, McKenna says

    As US threatens withdrawal, Feds still committed to Paris Accord, McKenna says

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    Although he tweeted that he would make a decision next week, his apparent reluctance to embrace the first-ever legally binding global climate deal that was signed by 195 countries clearly annoyed German Chancellor Angela Merkel. A pullout also would be one more step by the Republican president to erase the legacy of his predecessor, Democrat Barack Obama , who helped broker the accord and praised it during a trip to Europe this month.