• Alexander Zverev takes Citi Open for fourth ATP Tour title of 2017
Alexander Zverev takes Citi Open for fourth ATP Tour title of 2017

Only Roger Federer has more titles this season, with five. The win was Zverev's first of his career on an outdoor hard court and gives him momentum heading into the U.S. Anderson rescued break points with an ace and a service victor but netted a forehand overhead smash to drop the game. One break in each set was enough for Zverev to enha...

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  • RELEASED: Report shows the cause of the fatal OH ride
RELEASED: Report shows the cause of the fatal OH ride

He was about to begin his senior year in high school and had enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps the week before he was killed. The Ohio State Highway Patrol identified Tyler Jarrell, 18, as the sole person who died during the accident. we will keep all our Fire Ball rides shut until the point when additionally see from the maker for preparatory ...

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  • Emanuel trickles out details about lawsuit against Trump's Justice Department
Emanuel trickles out details about lawsuit against Trump's Justice Department

For one, Sessions will be requiring police stations to give 24-7 access to immigration and customs enforcement . "Our job is to investigate crime", Chicago Police Dept. Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle, who oversees what is considered a "sanctuary county" that also could lose funding, said in a statement that she supports the mayor's...

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  • Firefighters tackle blaze in second Dubai Marina tower
Firefighters tackle blaze in second Dubai Marina tower

Dubai Civil Defence said yesterday it had put out the "minor fire" that broke out on a balcony in the 78-storey Tiger Tower, which opened to residents in 2010. The Torch, located in Dubai's popular waterfront Marina district, also caught fire in February 2015. "No injuries were reported", Dubai Media Office‏ tweeted.

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  • Destructive tornado hits Tulsa overnight
Destructive tornado hits Tulsa overnight

Tulsa spokeswoman Kim Meloy said the timing of the storm helped because hundreds, if not thousands, of people were in the area only hours earlier. "There's a mall, there's a movie theater, a TGI Fridays", Meloy told the Associated Press. More than 3,900 remained without electricity late Sunday morning, according to Public Service Company of Okla...

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  • 10 injured as American Airlines flight goes into 'freefall'
10 injured as American Airlines flight goes into 'freefall'

The plane safely landed at Philadelphia International Airport at 3:12 p.m. Saturday, ahead of the scheduled time of 3:45 p.m., according to the airline's website. Ehmke said he saw a flight attendant with what appeared to be a makeshift sling around his arm and two passengers left with what looked like ice packs on their heads.

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  • Anthony Scaramucci mistakenly listed as dead in Harvard Law School alumni directory
Anthony Scaramucci mistakenly listed as dead in Harvard Law School alumni directory

Sean Spicer was not agile enough to deal with such a barrage of questions that daily resembled the verbalization of a full broadside from an Iowa-class battleship. On a visit to Long Island last week, Trump implored police officers "Please don't be too nice", noting that some officers are too courteous to suspected criminals when arresting them.

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  • SE Asian ministers endorse sea code framework
SE Asian ministers endorse sea code framework

However, Vietnam continues to fight for its territorial rights in the South China Sea. Tensions over the sea have long vexed Asean , which operates on a consensus basis but has had to balance the interests of rival claimants and those more aligned to China .

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  • Scaramucci Claims He Was 'Joking' in Vulgar Tirade About White House Colleagues
Scaramucci Claims He Was 'Joking' in Vulgar Tirade About White House Colleagues

The Trump administration has been lacking message discipline since its inception, and the big question for both Kelly and his communications director will be whether or not they can rein in their ultimate boss, President Trump. The Russian-collusion idiocy was dealt an nearly mortal blow by Jared Kushners boffo in camera performance at the House In...

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  • UP ATS arrests Bangladeshi terrorist from Muzaffarnagar
UP ATS arrests Bangladeshi terrorist from Muzaffarnagar

The man, identified as Abdullah, was arrested from Uttar Pradesh's Muzaffarnagar district. Asim Arun said Abdullah had been arrested from the Kutesara locality in the Charthawal area of Muzaffarnagar district, where he had been staying. On the basis of information provided by Abdullah, a raid was conducted at a house in Saharanpur where Faizan be...

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  • Lavrov: We Feel US Readiness To Continue Dialogue
Lavrov: We Feel US Readiness To Continue Dialogue

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov spoke and agreed to discuss bilateral ties in Manila at the weekend, the Russian ministry said. Lavrov met with US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on the sidelines of a series of ASEAN ministers' meetings in the Philippine capital, Xinhua reported.

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  • Terror funding: Separatist Shabir Shah's close aide Aslam Wani arrested by ED
Terror funding: Separatist Shabir Shah's close aide Aslam Wani arrested by ED

Early on Friday, a Delhi court has issued an open-ended Non-Bailable Warrant against Aslam Wani, against whom the Enforcement Directorate had registered a case of alleged money laundering in 2007. Wani will now be questioned alongside Shah, who was arrested from Srinagar on July 25 , and others in order to take the probe forward, a senior ED offi...

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  • Kelly's biggest job will be reining in Trump
Kelly's biggest job will be reining in Trump

But, in a turbulent day, Gen. John Kelly was in as Chief of Staff , and Anthony Scaramuccci was out as communications director . According to one Huffington Post source, Scaramucci offered to resign earlier, and Trump turned him down but told him to "watch it" going forward.

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  • UN Security Council passes tough new sanctions on North Korea
UN Security Council passes tough new sanctions on North Korea

The missiles tested have the capability of reaching the United States , but they lack the reliability necessary to consider the North a viable nuclear threat in the region. "The ball is in North Korea's court". The resolution also prevents North Korea from increasing the number of workers it sends overseas whose earnings are another source o...

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  • Neil Young to release a gem from his archives
Neil Young to release a gem from his archives

Today, however, Young announced that Hitchiker-a legendary 1976 album that he recorded alone with his producer, David Briggs, and an acoustic guitar in a single day-will be released September 8. "Unreleased album art is simply pencilled in so you can where unreleased albums will appear on the timeline, once they are completed". It will be available...

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  • Chinese tourists arrested in Berlin for Nazi salute at Berlin Reichstag
Chinese tourists arrested in Berlin for Nazi salute at Berlin Reichstag

However, when it comes to video games in Germany, Nazi symbols, salutes and swastikas are nearly always censored. A police spokesman said that the Chinese tourists were allowed to leave Germany during the investigation into their illegal actions.

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  • Rosenstein: DOJ Is 'After the Leakers, Not the Journalists'
Rosenstein: DOJ Is 'After the Leakers, Not the Journalists'

Rosenstein appointed Mueller in May to lead a federal investigation into whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russian Federation to influence the outcome of the 2016 White House race, after Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himself from the probe.

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  • Another controversial video under FWC scrutiny, hammerhead shark shot, killed
Another controversial video under FWC scrutiny, hammerhead shark shot, killed

It is now part of a state investigation. "He didn't even have the knowledge, the courtesy or the empathy to put the bullet in the shark's head". It's a little murky, though, because sharks can be shot in federal waters. It's at least the third case of shark mistreatment to come under public scrutiny in recent weeks. It comes after video emerged...

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  • ASEAN ministers endorse framework code in South China Sea
ASEAN ministers endorse framework code in South China Sea

China and a group of 10 Southeast Asian nations face tough negotiations on a code of conduct for avoiding mishaps in the contested South China Sea despite the endorsement of a framework for talks. The Philippines would keep the arbitration award and in the meantime the two countries would have a bilateral deal, he said. "The Secretary has mention...

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  • Sanctions, talks important for N. Korean nuclear issue: China
Sanctions, talks important for N. Korean nuclear issue: China

U.S. President Donald Trump tweeted out praise for China approving the measure. North Korea has been under United Nations sanctions since 2006 over its ballistic missile and nuclear programs. China's U.N. Ambassador Liu Jieyi called for a halt to the deployment and for any equipment in place to be dismantled. China - North Korea's largest trad...

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  • Syrian army captures last Islamic State-held town in Homs
Syrian army captures last Islamic State-held town in Homs

Eastern Ghouta , the only major rebel-held area near the capital, has been blockaded by Syrian government forces since 2013. The Syrian government forces have fully besieged the city of Sukhneh, the last stronghold of the Islamic State in the central province of Homs, state news agency SANA reported on Saturday.

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  • Bear in Thai temple mauls tourist
Bear in Thai temple mauls tourist

Bear started dragging him into the enclosure and tearing off his flesh with its teeth. The group can be seen poking the bear with poles and even throwing water at it just so it could be distracted and let go of their friend. In a disturbing incident that happened Wednesday, a man in Thailand was brutally mauled by an Asian black bear after he tea...

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  • 'Terrorist' rebellion thwarted at Venezuela military base
'Terrorist' rebellion thwarted at Venezuela military base

CARACAS – At least one man was killed and another seriously wounded on Sunday in the attack on the 41st Armored Brigade at Fort Paramacay in the north-central Venezuelan city of Valencia , army commander Maj. Many fear the 545 members of the assembly - all allies of the President - will further clamp down on dissent and undermine freedoms in the s...

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  • Happy Raksha Bandhan 2017: Top 10 Hindi songs to download on Rakhi
Happy Raksha Bandhan 2017: Top 10 Hindi songs to download on Rakhi

Mamata also wishes the Raees actor every year on Raksha Bandhan. On Saturday there were rushed sales, last-minute shopping of gifts and candies as the city geared up for the festival that celebrates the brother-sister bond of love. Rakhi is a huge deal on the Indian subcontinent, with big Hindu communities celebrating the festival in India, Mauri...

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  • Atlantic high pressure to affect weekday weather
Atlantic high pressure to affect weekday weather

Sunday night: 40 percent chance of showers, mostly cloudy with a calm wind after midnight, and a low of 58. Lows will be in the mid 70s with south winds 5 to 10 miles per hour. Showers are likely and a few thunderstorms are possible. Highs will be in the upper 80s with a 60 percent chance of rain. Wednesday Night: Partly cloudy - low around 65...

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  • Trump's War On ISIS 'Dramatically Accelerated' Coalition Gains in Iraq And Syria
Trump's War On ISIS 'Dramatically Accelerated' Coalition Gains in Iraq And Syria

The Raqqa campaign coincided with the final stages of a final drive against the IS Iraqi stronghold of Mosul, where the group was defeated last month. The coalition investigated the incident and concluded that ISIS had placed booby traps in the building that maximized the damage on impact. Brett McGurk, US special envoy for the coalition agains...

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  • Mike Pence rips report he is considering run for presidency in 2020
Mike Pence rips report he is considering run for presidency in 2020

Pence's press release and accompanying tweet came in response to a New York Times story describing efforts by Republicans who could take on Donald Trump in 2020, as Trump's approval continues to plummet and his right-wing agenda stalls.

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  • Knifeman arrested after storming Eiffel Tower in bid to 'kill a soldier'
Knifeman arrested after storming Eiffel Tower in bid to 'kill a soldier'

The incident took place at around 11.30pm local time. France has been in a state of emergency since November 2015 and has seen a string of attacks on security forces who have been regularly targeted, particularly those guarding key tourist sites.

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  • Virat Kohli surpasses Steve Waugh, storms to 8th successive Test series win
Virat Kohli surpasses Steve Waugh, storms to 8th successive Test series win

Kohli praised his teammates after the win and called Wriddhiman Saha best keeper' in Tests . However, Mendis and Karunaratne kept their cool and fought back brilliantly, keeping the score board ticking as they arrested the fall of wickets while continuing to score freely.

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  • Shoreham boat collision: One dead and two people missing
Shoreham boat collision: One dead and two people missing

He was rescued by passing fishermen and taken to hospital, the RNLI said. Other boats in the area are also helping with the rescue operation, the Shoreham lifeboat said on Twitter. The ministry says one person died, one was rescued and hospitalized, and two remained unaccounted for. "It is thought that the boat may have left Brighton Marina aro...

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  • Why lone gunman mowed down 8 worshippers in Anambra Catholic Church
Why lone gunman mowed down 8 worshippers in Anambra Catholic Church

A Xinhua reporter in the state said the identity of the attackers and their motive have not been established as an investigation is underway. "From our findings, it is very clear that the person who carried the attack must be an indigene of the area", Garba said.

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  • BBCI: Israel to close Al-Jazeera offices, take network off-air
BBCI: Israel to close Al-Jazeera offices, take network off-air

Al Jazeera's signal has also been blocked in the United Arab Emirates. "The Al-Jazeera channel continues to incite violence around the Temple Mount", he wrote, referring to the holy site in Jerusalem, which is known to Muslims as Haram al-Sharif and to Jews as the Temple Mount.

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  • Telangana CM K Chandrasekhar Rao to move Supreme Court over GST
Telangana CM K Chandrasekhar Rao to move Supreme Court over GST

BJP said, as a member of the GST council, Telangana government supported GST Bill. Telangana Rashtra Samithi president and chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao , who has been facing the criticism of avoiding meeting people and confining himself to the four walls of his camp office or his Erravelli farm house, has chose to counter this criticism.

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  • Senate GOP wants extension of insurer payments
Senate GOP wants extension of insurer payments

People were chanting, "yes we did", "the people, united, will never be defeat", and even former President Barack Obama's famous campaign slogan,"yes we can". "Some people will look and say, 'It's a critique of a current president and occupant of the White House.' I tried to explain in this book, this was a long time in making", he said.

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  • Tillerson takes North Korea pressure campaign to Asia
Tillerson takes North Korea pressure campaign to Asia

China has suggested the USA and South Korea halt joint military exercises in exchange for a halt to North Korea's nuclear and ballistic missile testing. If Washington wants to use the meetings in Manila to remind Pyongyang of its diplomatic isolation, the diplomatic chief of south Korean Kang Kyung-Wha said it was ready to meet with Ri Hong-Yo.

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