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World No.2 Rory McIlroy , victor of the 2015 match play, will face Denmark's Soren Kjeldsen, who teamed up with countryman Thorbjorn Olesen to win the World Cup golf in Melbourne in November. Finau could have remained committed to the Puerto Rico Open and defended his title had no one else withdrawn from the Match Play on Wednesday, but he said he wouldn't have been mentally prepared to play the opposite-field event and focused on the World Golf Championship.
  • Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez trains with Chile despite ankle injury

    Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez trains with Chile despite ankle injury

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    However, Sanchez travelled to Santiago to link-up with his global team-mates and, according to Chilean outlet El Grafico , the team's doctors have declared him in a "good condition" to play on Thursday. He insisted that he wanted to come out. "In the end we had to take him off". 'Chile goes to Argentina for a massive game but it's not until next week, ' Wenger added.
  • Traces Of Earth's 4.2 Billion-Year-Old Crust Found In Canada

    Traces Of Earth's 4.2 Billion-Year-Old Crust Found In Canada

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    Astonishingly, scientists believe they have discovered a piece of that very early crust on the Earth's surface, dating back some 4.3 billion years. The vast majority of the Earth's rock record and crustal formations has been destroyed because the planet's crust are always moving.
  • Samsung Galaxy S8: Making iPhone 7, Galaxy S7 Edge Look Dull

    Samsung Galaxy S8: Making iPhone 7, Galaxy S7 Edge Look Dull

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    Company is now trying to promote the unique features of Samsung Galaxy S8 through different methods. The company is expected to launch two variants of the device the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. This technology will first be adopted by the S8 handsets and then by Samsung Galaxy Note 8, which will take matters to a completely new level. A piece of evidence from TechDigg said that 6 GB RAM and 128 GB internal storage could be in tow.
  • For Honor Unlocks Take Almost An Eternity To Complete

    For Honor Unlocks Take Almost An Eternity To Complete

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    Taking into account that there are now 12 of them, this brings the total amount of steel required to 1,098,000. That includes the most recent batch of emotes which cost a hefty 7,000 Steel each just for the benefit of taunting your opponent in a specific manner.
  • Dino Melaye did not get a degree from Harvard

    Dino Melaye did not get a degree from Harvard

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    The report stated that "At least three examination officers at ABU, Zaria, insist that Dino Melaye never graduated from the Geography department, DG DSS alerted, but covered it up". The senator, in a series of tweets, said that he is now a student of the university, pursuing his 7th degree. I will not be surprised if by tomorrow Sahara reporters say that I am not a Nigerian.
  • New leak shows Galaxy S8 is smaller than S7 Edge

    New leak shows Galaxy S8 is smaller than S7 Edge

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    Will the Galaxy S8 be Samsung's most important phone yet? Elsewhere, Playfuldroid has shared images that seemingly show the Samsung Galaxy S8 with its screen on, in blue, white and silver or gray colors. Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ are said to be company's most impressive smartphones till date, having an extra tall "Infinity Display". The Galaxy S8 will have a 5.8-inch touchscreen, while the S8+ will come with a 6.2-inch panel, both Super AMOLED and sporting an odd 18.5:9 aspect ...
  • President Trump Signs NASA Reauthorization Bill

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    The law, known as the NASA Transition Authorization Act, gives the space agency Dollars 19.5 billion in funding for fiscal year 2018. The commander in chief signed the bill surrounded by astronauts and his former Republican rivals, Senator Ted Cruz of Texas and Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, who both sponsored the bill.
  • Inspector Morse creator Colin Dexter dies

    Inspector Morse creator Colin Dexter dies

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    Yet Inspector Morse , which starred John Thaw in the title role and ran from 1987 to 2000 on ITV, is a supreme example of television treating its source material with the utmost respect. "He brought pleasure to millions and joy to his friends". He worked as a teacher from 1954 to 1966, before moving to Oxford where he set his books about Inspector Morse and his assistant, Sergeant Lewis.
  • GameStop: Nintendo Switch Could Possibly Eclipse The Wii

    GameStop: Nintendo Switch Could Possibly Eclipse The Wii

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    There's no telling how many units are being shipped out, so if you really want a Switch it's best to hedge your bets. The console then plateaued at 13.5 million units total. This new allotment will go fast. Incidentally, GameStop will also be seeing new shipments of the Switch in their stores this Wednesday, March 22nd.
  • Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia - Two Armies Trailer, Limited Edition announced

    Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia - Two Armies Trailer, Limited Edition announced

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    Perhaps best of all, you'll also receive a reversible cover created to resemble the box art of the game Echoes is based on, Fire Emblem Gaiden, which was only ever released in Japan. Super Smash series amiibo will work too as summons, including Marth, Ike, Roy, Robin, Lucina, and Corrin (?). Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia will come to the Nintendo 3DS on May 19, 2017.
  • Africans denied visas to attend trade meeting in US

    Africans denied visas to attend trade meeting in US

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    Whereas in previous years, around 40 percent of delegates were denied visas , this year, no visas were granted in the days leading up to the summit says Mary Flowers , chair of the committee. A request for comment from the State Department was not immediately returned. "In a couple of years, U.S. officials and businesses alike will complain that other global players such as China will have replaced them on the fastest growing continent on earth." yet another added.