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Paulinho is enjoying life in China however, and he told GloboEsporte that he may even consider rejecting an offer from the Catalan giants to remain where he is. I am now at a very happy stage of my life and my career. "When you meet at a time like this it is hard for you to decide". "I think, first of all, the way things are with my partner here in China ".
  • Presidential election on Jul 17 Oppn picks Meira Kumar

    Presidential election on Jul 17 Oppn picks Meira Kumar

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    The presidential polls would be held on July 17. Both Kovind and Kumar are aged 72. Daughter of late Indian Deputy Prime Minister Jagjivan Ram, Meira Kumar has served in the diplomatic service of the country as an Indian Foreign Service officer before becoming Lok Sabha Speaker during the UPA rule.
  • Russians Targeted Election Systems in 21 States

    Russians Targeted Election Systems in 21 States

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    People connected to the Russian government tried to hack election-related computer systems in 21 states, a Department of Homeland Security official testified Wednesday. The president also mocked Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.), saying that they have helped Republicans, despite the two opposing Trump's agenda.
  • Trump may call major summit to unite Arabs against extremism

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    Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Egypt as well as the internationally recognized government of war-torn Yemen broke off diplomatic relations with Qatar in a major global rift on June 5, 2017. According to Al-Jazeera, Turkey's support for Qatar is a clear departure from its "soft power" policy towards its neighbours. And, given that Washington has dispersed its military assets in the Gulf in several different countries, many of which are involved in the present ...
  • Google to stop reading your Gmail to help sell ads

    Google to stop reading your Gmail to help sell ads

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    Google said Friday it would stop scanning the contents of Gmail users' inboxes for ad targeting, moving to end a practice that has fueled privacy concerns since the free email service was launched. Google says it is changing course so its free Gmail service operates more like the subscription version that it has sold to more than three million companies.
  • ISRO crosses double century mark in launching foreign satellites

    ISRO crosses double century mark in launching foreign satellites

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    The BulgariaSat-1 satellite, which will provide television and communication services to Europe and North Africa, was launched by SpaceX from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida at 1910 GMT on Friday. The imagery sent by the satellite would be useful for cartographic applications, urban and rural, coastal land use and regulation, utility management like road network monitoring, water distribution, creation of land use maps, change detection to bring out geographical and man-made features ...
  • UK police: 6 hurt as vehicle crashes into pedestrians

    UK police: 6 hurt as vehicle crashes into pedestrians

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    Northumbria Police said the incident was not believed to be terror-related. The incident took place outside Westgate Sports Centre where an event was taking place to celebrate Eid, the end of Ramadan , in the city of Newcastle . One of the children is said to have been critically injured. "Two of them were kids". "Terrorism is what everyone was thinking straight away". "On Sunday June 25, at approx".
  • Gatland ready to fix Lions for Wellington

    Gatland ready to fix Lions for Wellington

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    Tonight's test was always going to be won in the tight five and I thought we won that battle but it doesn't guarantee who will win it next week. We were looking to get the upper hand up front and in fairness to them they got it today. "The All Blacks tight five were very good, but we need to be tough on ourselves and honest in our performance". "A lot of those things are fixable".
  • Jackie Shroff celebrated International Day of Yoga

    Jackie Shroff celebrated International Day of Yoga

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    The Prime Minister said that in the last three years, new yoga institutes have come up and many youths have started taking up yoga as a profession. The Prime Minister also said that yoga had created a "job market globally", and pointed out that attempts were being to standardise the practice across the world.
  • Winning smile of world's ugliest dog

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    This evening's 28th Ugliest Dog contest at the Sonoma-Marin Fair in Petaluma is two contestants away from being a Dirty Dozen competition. Second place went to a 16-year-old Brussels Giffon-pug mix named Moe. Martha was named the victor of the contest. Most of the dogs have hair sticking out or are bald in spots, and many have a distinctive waddle from a shortened spine or other unusual development, CNN said.
  • Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 DLC 'DB Super Pack 4' launches June 27

    Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 DLC 'DB Super Pack 4' launches June 27

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    I still need to get around to most of the add-ons as I watch the storylines in Super , but I might just wait on a GOTY edition and give up my base game. The third video shows some new attacks that are coming to Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 . On top of that, free content will be available for all players in the TP Medal Shop.
  • USA would welcome effective Syrian effort to defeat IS

    USA would welcome effective Syrian effort to defeat IS

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    After the United States launched a cruise missile attack on a regime air base in retaliation for a suspected chemical weapons strike on civilians, Moscow made a similar threat in April. Dillon said that as Syrian government forces move toward Abu Kamal, "if they want to fight ISIS in Abu Kamal and they have the capacity to do so, then that would be welcomed".