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When you come back after a long time and you play (your) first match, obviously all the things are a bit exaggerated - whatever is not working well. "All in all, I'm quite pleased". The Serbian former world number one has been out of action for six months. For sure, I still have some pain. "It depends the way I'm moving, how I push on it".
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    India beats Papua New Guinea by 10 wickets

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    The odds will be stacked heavily in favour of India when the title contenders, with an eye on securing a knockout berth, meet minnows Papua New Guinea in the ICC U-19 World Cup here on Tuesday. Once Ireland were shot down for just 97, Pakistan chased down the target in only 8.5 overs. His wicket of James Tau, off a delivery that angled in through the pad-bad gap showed vast maturity, as he soon realised that bowling outside off was hardly bearing fruit.
  • South Africa summons United States diplomat to explain Trump comment

    South Africa summons United States diplomat to explain Trump comment

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    United States Ambassador to Nigeria, Mr Stuart Symington, has been summoned by the Federal Government to explain what President Donald Trump meant with his description of African countries, including Nigeria, as " shithole ". But diplomats have been instructed to "reaffirm that the USA remains committed to its relationships with these countries and cares deeply about their people", he added.
  • AMC renews 'Walking Dead' for Season 9

    AMC renews 'Walking Dead' for Season 9

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    In fact, Scott Gimple himself had been promoted to a much higher position of chief content officer, which would give him the job of overseeing the entire " Walking Dead " television franchise, which includes " The Walking Dead " itself as well as its spin-off series " Fear The Walking Dead ", along with possible sequels and spin-offs.
  • After 30 years in U.S., metro Detroit immigrant deported to Mexico

    After 30 years in U.S., metro Detroit immigrant deported to Mexico

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    At the airport on Monday morning, a group of friends and supporters from UAW 600 and the advocacy group Michigan United turned out with Garcia and his family, some carrying signs reading " Stop Separating Families ". Immigrants such as Jorge Garcia are an asset that stabilize and grow metro Detroit, they said. "For a man who cares deeply and supports his family, obeys the law, pays taxes and has a history of helping others, I think ICE and the federal government of the United States acted ...
  • Danish inventor Peter Madsen charged with journalist's murder: prosecutors

    Danish inventor Peter Madsen charged with journalist's murder: prosecutors

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    Court psychiatrists who have carried out an assessment of Madsen recommended on Monday that the submarine and rocket builder may need to be kept in "safe custody". Madsen has denied any sexual relations with Wall. The 30-year-old journalist carved out a name for herself by producing a string of stories from Sri Lanka, Uganda, Cuba, the Marshall Islands, and many other locations.
  • 'Padmaavat' won't release in Haryana, says Anil Vij

    'Padmaavat' won't release in Haryana, says Anil Vij

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    In this meeting, I said it should be banned in Haryana keeping in view law & order situation in the state. Deepika, who was last seen xXx: The Return of Xander Cage, is awaiting the release of Padmaavat that also stars Ranveer Singh and Shahid Kapoor in lead roles.
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    Real Sociedad vs. Barcelona live stream

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    Barcelona finally signed Philippe Coutinho from Liverpool to strengthen their attack. Jordi Alba has apologised for making a middle finger gesture at a Real Sociedad fan during Barcelona's thrilling 4-2 win at Anoeta on Sunday. Barcelona led for the first time in the match in the 71st minute when Luis Suarez took advantage of some poor defending from the home side to slide a low finish past Rulli, whose loose clearance had caused the initial issue.
  • Cranberries lead singer dies at age 46

    Cranberries lead singer dies at age 46

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    Waite says the Dreams and Linger singer "sounded full of life, was joking and excited to see me and my wife this week". Just hours before her sudden passing in London on Monday (15Jan18), The Cranberries' frontwoman's friend Dan Waite, worldwide managing director of Eleven Seven Music, who used to manage the Irish musician, received a voicemail from her on his phone.
  • Kushner was warned about Wendi Deng Murdoch

    Kushner was warned about Wendi Deng Murdoch

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    A spokesman for Wendi Deng Murdoch told the Journal that the businesswoman "has no knowledge of any Federal Bureau of Investigation concerns or other intelligence agency concerns relating to her or her associations". Wendi Deng Murdoch and Ivanka Trump attend an event in Manhattan on April 1, 2014. . Born in Shandong, China in 1968, her birth name was Deng Wenge, which translated to "cultural revolution".
  • Romanian prime minister resigns, second to leave in a year

    Romanian prime minister resigns, second to leave in a year

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    Tudose was pushed to make the decision as the SDP withdrew its political backing. The deputy prime minister, Paul Stanescu, will become the temporary prime minister on Tuesday, he said. In recent weeks the prime minister had clashed with the interior minister, Carmen Dan, a close ally of Dragnea. The USR leader also called on Romania's President Klaus Iohannis to reject the PSD's next nomination for prime minister.
  • Donald Tusk to UK: EU 'hearts are still open' to Brexit halt

    Donald Tusk to UK: EU 'hearts are still open' to Brexit halt

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    It was a feature of the Anglo-Irish Free Trade deal of the 1960s and nothing in the Brexit talks to date suggest that they are in any way different with the European Union getting its way on each of the points such as the scheduling and structuring of the various phases of the UK's exit, he said.
  • Trump says 'I'm not a racist', keeps door open for DACA deal

    Trump says 'I'm not a racist', keeps door open for DACA deal

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    Senator Durbin has said Mr Trump used the term " s***hole " when speaking about Haiti and African countries at a White House meeting about immigration policy last week. The lawmakers also called for other immigration policy changes, including increased funding for security along the southern US border with Mexico, where Trump is demanding that a wall be built to thwart more illegal immigration.
  • Leading Serb politician is shot dead in drive-by shooting in Kosovo

    Leading Serb politician is shot dead in drive-by shooting in Kosovo

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    Judges from the European Union's Rule of Law Mission (Eulex) in Kosovo in January 2016 convicted Ivanovic of war crimes committed against ethnic Albanians during the 1998-99 war and sentenced him to nine years in prison. Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic swiftly called an emergency meeting of the Council for national security after the shooting, national broadcaster RTS reported.
  • Four cops shot during manhunt in SC

    Four cops shot during manhunt in SC

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    Two deputies and a York city police officer were shot. The suspect, identified as 47-year-old Christian Thomas McCall, was arrested and taken into custody. That officer was transported to Carolina Medical Center. Around 3:30 a.m., shots were fired again injuring three deputies who were searching for the suspect.
  • Jerusalem embassy decision 'slap of the century', says Abbas

    Jerusalem embassy decision 'slap of the century', says Abbas

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    He rebutted Mr Trump's suggestion that Palestinians had said they would no longer negotiate a peace deal and called the Jerusalem decision a "slap in the face". The Jerusalem announcement prompted the Palestinians to freeze ties with the administration, and Abbas is expected to shun Vice President Mike Pence when he visits the region next week .
  • Hawaii: Here's what would happen if there was a real nuclear attack

    Hawaii: Here's what would happen if there was a real nuclear attack

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    State officials later said the unnamed employee doing a routine test during a shift change at the Emergency Management Agency mistakenly hit the live alert button. State officials say there are no pre-scripted messages about incoming ballistic missiles; someone would have to type out the message and get approval to send it.
  • French President Wants to Revise Deal With UK on Undocumented Migrants

    French President Wants to Revise Deal With UK on Undocumented Migrants

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    French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb said on Sunday reform would include Britain sharing more costs and taking in greater numbers. The French president will on Tuesday visit the refugee camps in Calais ahead of the summit to survey the camp where his government estimates 400 people are living in the hope of reaching the UK.
  • Pope avoids home country Argentina on latest Latin American tour

    Pope avoids home country Argentina on latest Latin American tour

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    Although this is Pope Francis' first trip to both countries as pope, both countries have had visits from Saint Pope John Paul II in the past: Chile in 1987, and Peru twice in 1985 and 1988. During the three days he will remain in Chile, Francis will meet with victims of the military dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet , though there are no formal plans to meet victims of pedophile priests.
  • Glowing Red Lava Rolls Down Slopes of Philippine Volcano

    Glowing Red Lava Rolls Down Slopes of Philippine Volcano

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    Lava was slowly flowing out of the Mayon Volcano's crater along with a spectacular 1,000-metre (3,280-foot) ash plume rising into the sky, Philvolcs said. Phivolcs said the advancing lava and pyroclastic flows had reached the six-kilometre radius no-go zone, from which some residents fled. Level 5 indicates an eruption is in progress.
  • WTA Australian Open Tournament Preview

    WTA Australian Open Tournament Preview

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    It's better to see each as an isolated occurrence and take the long view: Progress is being made, and it's simply inevitable that there will be a mix of good days and, well, not-so-good ones. The ATP Tour lists Djokovic's career prize money as US$109,805,403 heading into the Australian Open . The pair split the four grand slam trophies between them previous year, with Nadal, at 31, finishing the season as the ATP rankings' oldest world number one .
  • Unprecedented dissent among judges on India's Supreme Court

    Unprecedented dissent among judges on India's Supreme Court

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    The case that was reallocated involved alleged corruption within the judiciary. When asked by reporters, he acquiesced that this was about the BH Loya death case. Sawant, a former Supreme Court judge , Justice AP Shah, former Chief Justice of the Delhi High Court, Justice K Chandru, a former judge of the Madras High Court, and Justice H Suresh, a former judge of the Bombay High Court.
  • Emoji Movie is First Film Screened in Saudi Arabia in 35 Years

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    Senior officials from Saudi Arabia and Japan will discuss opportunities for partnership and investment between the two countries at the Saudi-Japanese Business Forum, which opened today in Riyadh , Saudi Arabia, said a report. "We tried to use these films to be a starting point as the first cinematic screening after the decision on December 11 to permit movie theaters".
  • Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr

    Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr

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    There are several other events planned to remember Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr . including a peach march at Grambling State University on Monday. Cleary believes we celebrate King because his legacy is one that we can all learn from as we look down the road.
  • Noble Midstream Partners (NBLX) Upgraded to "Buy" by ValuEngine

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    Looking into last 5 trades, the stock observed a return of nearly 3.00%. 3M Company (NYSE:MMM) has risen 18.59% since January 15, 2017 and is uptrending. has invested 4.27% in the stock. The number of shares now owned by investors are 230.13 mln. Atlantic Trust Gp Llc invested in 3.15 million shares. Blair William & Com Il holds 0.18% or 335,740 shares.
  • Trump Offers Vague Denial About Language on Immigrants

    Trump Offers Vague Denial About Language on Immigrants

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    The United Nations human rights office condemned the U.S. president's comments, which prompted condemnation from around the world. Trump on Thursday questioned why the U.S. But Durbin, the Senate' s No. 2 Democrat , said the comments about Haiti were made directly at him. Never said 'take them out.' Made up by Dems.
  • Ivana Trump says president 'definitely not racist'

    Ivana Trump says president 'definitely not racist'

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    Trump defended himself this Sunday from the backlash spraked by his comments about Haiti and African countries, saying " I'm not a racist ". Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) still insists he heard President Trump using vulgar words to describe Haiti, El Salvador and African nations.
  • NK's Kim crows over 'Fire and Fury' book on Trump

    NK's Kim crows over 'Fire and Fury' book on Trump

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    No wonder then that Trump called for changes to the USA libel laws."If somebody says something that's totally false and knowingly false, that the person that has been abused, defamed, libeled will have meaningful recourse", Trump said Thursday.
  • Beijing hits out at Army Chief for remarks

    Beijing hits out at Army Chief for remarks

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    If given the task, we will not say we can not cross the border because they have nuclear weapons", Rawat told reporters in New Delhi . On the 70th Army Day celebrations at the Cariappa Parade Ground here, the Army chief said any provocative action from Pakistan will lead to a befitting reply.
  • Trump Is Not To Blame Of His Shithole Statement

    Trump Is Not To Blame Of His Shithole Statement

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    Sometimes Trump's racism just makes your skin crawl-like when he brought 69 presidents of historically black colleges and universities into the Oval Office last February for a cringe-worthy photo-op and yet-to-be-fulfilled promises (read: lies) of federal aid to support their noble and much-needed educational missions.
  • People from s***hole nations unwanted in U.S., says Trump

    People from s***hole nations unwanted in U.S., says Trump

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    Johnson believes that these comments bear a similar rhetoric to discussions on immigration that occurred during the 50s and 60s, which were meant as a rallying call to "energize the base" before the 2018 midterm elections. In his meeting with a group of senators, Mr Trump had questioned why the USA would accept more immigrants from Haiti and " shithole countries " in Africa as he rejected a bipartisan immigration deal, according to one participant and others who had been briefed on ...
  • Trump Defends Himself Anew Against Charges That He Is Racist

    Trump Defends Himself Anew Against Charges That He Is Racist

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    The summons add to the fallout over Trump's comments last week in which he referred to African nations as " shithole countries " during an Oval Office discussion about immigration. One of Trump's top advisers, Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, said on "Fox News Sunday" she did not recall if Trump used "that specific phrase".
  • Israeli Orphan to Visit Mumbai Terror Spot Where He Lost His Parents

    Israeli Orphan to Visit Mumbai Terror Spot Where He Lost His Parents

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    This visit for Moshe is very emotional and sensitive as he lost his parents here. On Thursday, yeshiva student Moshe, 12, is due to unveil a plaque honouring his parents at Nariman House, the building housing the Chabad centre, which was attacked by two Islamist gunmen in November 2008.
  • Closing Comments: The legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr

    Closing Comments: The legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr

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    Isaac Newton Farris, Jr. speaks before Trump signed a proclamation to honor Martin Luther King , Jr. day over the weekend. Mayor Richard Lee says leaders have wanted to name a road after the civil rights activist for about 20 years now, but it never came together.
  • 'I'm not a racist': Trump defends himself, denies making vulgar comments

    'I'm not a racist': Trump defends himself, denies making vulgar comments

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    As the clamor around President Donald Trump's reported " shithole " comments grew over the weekend, the president proclaimed them a non-issue on Monday , announcing he's not a racist . Trump reportedly wasn't apologetic but instead blamed the media. Perdue said Sunday on ABC's "This Week: "I am telling you that he did not use that word".
  • Pravin Togadia goes 'missing', found unconscious in Ahmedabad

    Pravin Togadia goes 'missing', found unconscious in Ahmedabad

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    As news of Togadia's hospitalisation spread, several VHP workers gathered around the facility. "He didn't take any security guard with him", the police said. Some of them even expressed the fear of his encounter killing by the Rajasthan and Gujarat police. The VHP had claimed that Togadia was detained by the in connection with a case.
  • SA summons United States mission after Trump 'shithole' slur

    SA summons United States mission after Trump 'shithole' slur

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    Trump has been accused of describing African nations as " shithole countries" during a meeting with US senators last week . South Africa has protested to the U.S. Trump has himself denied having used that word but has admitted using "tough" language in the meeting. In a fit of anger, the US President allegedly used racial slur against people from Haiti, El Salvador and Africa, labelling these place as " shithole ".
  • New Boko Haram Video Purports To Show Chibok Girls

    New Boko Haram Video Purports To Show Chibok Girls

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    One of the students said: "We are the Chibok girls...." We are the ones you are crying about for us to come back. A number of teenage girls and young women can be seen in the 21-minute video, with at least three of them holding babies in their arms, according to Reuters.
  • Winter weather advisory in effect through Monday night

    Winter weather advisory in effect through Monday night

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    A Winter Storm Watch means there is potential for significant snow, sleet or ice accumulations that may impact travel. "Travel will be unsafe with temperatures going below freezing", National Weather Service meteorologist Cory Van Pelt said, "and it's a big deal as far as pipes and pets and things".
  • Teen bystander critically injured in shooting at Broadway and Ontario

    Teen bystander critically injured in shooting at Broadway and Ontario

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    Russian authorities say 15 people have been hurt in a knife incident at a school in the Ural mountains city of Perm. Police say the teenager was in a vehicle that happened to be driving by during the shooting. A man in his 30s who was driving by was also injured. A 30-year-old bystander was also injured in the ordeal and was treated and released. At this point, police said there were other suspects on the scene with weapons, but they are trying to sort that out as part of the investigation.
  • BJP MP arrested, bailed out in fake address case

    BJP MP arrested, bailed out in fake address case

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    The government, which has flagged up the tax evasion as a significant revenue loss, has estimated that more than 5,000 vehicles purchased from automobile showrooms in Kerala were fraudulently registered in Puducherry. It is learnt that she said that her vehicle was used in Chennai and Puducherry, and she had come to Kerala only on rare occasions in the said vehicle.