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Kiesman told the outlet that feeding sea lions is the equivalent to offering food to bears. It rose up from the water close to her face. The girl moved to the ledge to watch, then sat down, facing away from the sea lion in the water. Neither the girl or the man who saved her were injured. Professor Andrew Trites , a marine mammal researcher at the University of British Columbia, said the incident is just what happens when people do not "treat wildlife with proper respect".
  • BC NDP expected to review, ratify deal with Greens today

    BC NDP expected to review, ratify deal with Greens today

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    Horgan said after 16 years in Opposition, he is excited about the prospect of governing. "We all know that Mr. Horgan and Mr. Weaver have made an agreement", Clark said. "I think the Premier wants to signal she got the most seats in the election, and the most votes as well, although only 1,500 more than the NDP". She has the option of resigning or introducing a throne speech and trying to gain the confidence the legislature.
  • Ferrari has chosen its number one driver - Hamilton

    Ferrari has chosen its number one driver - Hamilton

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    Ferrari chairman and CEO Sergio Marchionne has sent his warm congratulations to Sebastian Vettel following his victory in Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix, believing that the result will go down in the Scuderia's history. It's an interesting thought: "is Raikkonen more likely to be a Ferrari driver in 2018 because of events this weekend in Monaco or less?" I pushed with everything I had because I knew if there was a chance to win then that was it.
  • Uber fires self-driving car exec amid legal battle with Google

    Uber fires self-driving car exec amid legal battle with Google

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    Levandowski was a senior engineer in Google's self-driving vehicle program, which began building self-driving cars in 2009 and is now called Waymo. Uber has fired Anthony Levandowski, the former head of its self-driving auto project, according to the New York Times .
  • Nick Kyrgios overcomes injury concerns to go past Kohlschreiber

    Nick Kyrgios overcomes injury concerns to go past Kohlschreiber

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    The match was suspended on Monday because of darkness after the players split the first two sets. When asked what made the difference, the 20-year-old Rome victor didn't hold back. Paris: Juan Martin del Potro made a triumphant return to the French Open on Tuesday, defeating compatriot Guido Pella in his first match at Roland Garros since 2012.
  • Wenger agrees deal to stay at Arsenal for two more seasons

    Wenger agrees deal to stay at Arsenal for two more seasons

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    I just want to do well for this club and, after that, it is down to the board members to decide if I am the right man to take this club further and for me to decide if I'm the right man, that is it. "I don't understand and I never did understand what it means", he said recently. The absences of the suspended Laurent Koscielny, the injured Gabriel and the concussed Shkodran Mustafi brought club captain Per Mertesacker into Arsenal's back three for his first start of the season.
  • Kushner's security clearance should be reviewed, top Democrat says

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    Nevertheless, some critics have called for Kushner's security clearance to be revoked, while others say he should temporarily step aside while his ties to Moscow are being reviewed. He said this latest controversy comes at an inopportune time as Trump returns from his first foreign trip. Jared Kushner reportedly has been encouraged to take a leave of absence from his White House adviser position because of Federal Bureau of Investigation scrutiny of his contacts with Russian Federation.
  • No time off in Panama for Noriega's death

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    Leaders who led coups against him were summarily executed by firing squads. "It's wrong what people say - that you can buy him", said Ambler Moss, the former US ambassador to Panama. The CIA station chief in Panama in the mid-1980s, Donald Winters, said in an interview that the USA government regularly paid Noriega as an intelligence asset.
  • Climate Change Damaging Corals In Hawaii Tourist Destination

    Climate Change Damaging Corals In Hawaii Tourist Destination

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    The most severe mortality was confined to the area north of Port Douglas, where an estimated 70 per cent of shallow water corals died and there was significant variability between and within reefs . "We are very concerned about what this means for the Great Barrier Reef itself and what it means for the communities and industries that depend on it", said Russell Reichelt, Chairman Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority in Australia.
  • Super Nintendo World trademark hints at Mario Kart ride for Universal Studios

    Super Nintendo World trademark hints at Mario Kart ride for Universal Studios

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    This relates to the company's newfound partnership with Universal Parks & Resorts, that will see Nintendo-themed areas built at Universal Studios Japan, Universal Orlando Resort and Universal Studios Hollywood. It was unlikely Nintendo and Universal would name the park after WiiU game Nintendo Land, but it would have also fit. In any event, fans seem to be very keen on the idea Super Nintendo World , and Universal certainly has plenty of experience in converting brands into highly marketable ...