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Hartley seals World Endurance Championship crown


It caps an fantastic year for the LMP1 outfit, who claimed the Le Mans 24 Hours race earlier in the year as well, while Hartley has gone on to make his Formula 1 debut in recent weeks. Victory in four races through the middle of this year were at the heart of their title charge. "It's not been an easy situation the last month, especially with the announcement that we will stop at the end of the season, to keep everyone focussed and keep it up". Lire la suite »

Inmate asks Arkansas high court to halt upcoming execution

Vernon Madison was convicted of shooting a police officer in the head in 1985, but has suffered several strokes in recent years, leaving him without memory of the crime. Madison, who is black, was sentenced to death in 1994 in his third trial after his first two convictions were thrown out on appeal for racial discrimination in jury selection and other prosecutorial misconduct. Lire la suite »

Padmavati: Here's why Ranveer Singh is VERY SCARED!


The actress had actually completed her part of shoot a week ago. Also, Shahid Kapoor was out of town. Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri at Deepika's party on Saturday. Ranveer Singh Snapped Outside Deepika's HouseSo, that's that! It was he who decided that Deepika Padukone too should attend the 3D trailer launch event on the day she was shooting for Padmavati . Lire la suite »

With colleges strike in week 4, both sides still in talks


Bad news on the college faculty strike. Some colleges are asking students to hold off on making plans for their holidays. "We addressed all faculty priorities and the offer that is available for faculty right now - on the table - should have ended this strike". Lire la suite »

Trump turning Brits off USA holidays


And just six percent of people say they're more likely to book a trip across the pond while the controversial president is in the White House. Around one in six (16 percent) say he has had the biggest impact on their organisation in the past year. Lire la suite »

Banco Santander-Chile (BSAC) Receiving Somewhat Favorable Media Coverage, Report Shows

Banco Santander Brasil SA's dividend payout ratio is presently 30.91%. About 996,433 shares traded. Currently Banco Santander (NYSE: SAN)'s shares owned by insiders are 21%, whereas shares owned by institutional owners are 1.2%. Jp Morgan Chase & Co Com Isin#Us46625h1005 (NYSE:JPM) was raised too. Zacks Investment Research downgraded Banco Santander Brasil SA from a buy rating to a hold rating in a research report on Monday, September 11th. Lire la suite »

Charity worker faces longer jail term in Iran after United Kingdom minister's gaffe


The Iranian judiciary's High Council for Human Rights said yesterday: "For months it was claimed that Nazanin is a British-Iranian charity worker who went to see her family when she was arrested. Ms Zaghari-Ratcliffe is one of several dual nationals held in Iran on espionage charges. He said on Monday: "Nazanin was on holiday in Iran with Gabriella when she was abducted". Lire la suite »

Donald Trump face found in dog's ear


Jade said unlike other people who have commented on the picture, it took her a while before she saw anything remarkable about it. That image was shared on Twitter by a Facebook friend - and it's gathered over 17,500 retweets so far. "CHIEF SAYS THANK YOU AND AROOOOO", Robinson added. She said: "There's a lot of negativity on the internet and to me it's the little things that make me smile and it's nice to know Chief has made people smile - even if it's his ear". Lire la suite »

Both Bush Presidents Worry Trump Is Blowing Up the GOP

The White House wrote to CNN that if one Presidential contender can dismantle a political party it expounds volume about how powerful an endowment its past two presidents really had. George W. Bush further said that Trump's ego and lack of humility could blow up the Republican Party . The father voted for Hillary Clinton, and the son voted for "none of the above", the book reveals. Lire la suite »

Le plus grand exercice aérien de l'histoire d'Israël — Blue Flag


Les militaires israéliens entament les plus grands exercices aériens dans l'histoire du pays, qui rassemblent également des délégations en provenance de sept pays, annonce le service de presse de l'armée israélienne dans un communiqué. Selon l'armée, l'objectif de ces entraînements est d'améliorer à la fois les capacités techniques et de renforcer la " coopération diplomatique entre les pays ". Lire la suite »

Nitish Kumar favours quotas in private sectors for backward classes


Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Monday taunted RJD chief Lalu Prasad, saying his prediction regarding the former's "samadhi" (grave) that it will come up in the Nalanda district, has made him happy. He followed it up by making it clear that private sector getting government contracts in the State must ensure caste quota among its employees."Since jobs are drying up in the government sector, private sector must have reservation, if they are getting government contracts". Lire la suite »

Safaricom dealers ask NASA to leave politics out of the economy


NASA has singled out the telecommunication firm as well as Brookside Dairies and Bidoc Oil Refineries as some of the firms whose products should be given a wide berth by the Opposition supporters. Safaricom dealers have told off the Opposition coalition NASA for calling for a the boycott of giant telecommunication firm's products and services. Lire la suite »

Valerie Plante defeats Denis Coderre to become Montreal's first female mayor


Plante, of the left-leaning "Projet Montreal" municipal party, won voters over on a platform vowing improved public transit and public services as well as affordable housing. In his concession speech, Coderre, a veteran former Liberal parliament member and cabinet minister, congratulated Plante and announced he was leaving "municipal politics" - leaving the door open to other elected posts. Lire la suite »

John McCain treated for injury to Achilles tendon


A statement from his office says the 81-year-old Arizona Republican also was treated for "other normal and non-life-threatening side effects of cancer therapy". McCain has been receiving treatment for brain cancer after announcing in July that he had been diagnosed with glioblastoma, an aggressive form of the disease. Lire la suite »

James Comey unveils new Twitter handle

The account included a blue "verified" check mark and a headshot of Comey. Comey recieved attention last month for sending out tweets of a trip to Iowa under the cryptic former handle. Lire la suite »

FSLN de Daniel Ortega ganó en las elecciones Municipales

De acuerdo con los resultados del primer boletín, el FSLN ganó las cabeceras departamentales y la mayoría de las localidades. En Managua, Reyna Rueda obtuvo con una amplia mayoría la Alcaldía de la capital con el 87,33 por ciento de los votos, cuando hasta esa hora se llevaban escrutadas 1.538 juntas receptoras de votos (66,8 por ciento) de un total de 2.302. Lire la suite »

Le vice-président zimbabwéen limogé


Le président Mugabe, 93 ans, a eu des mots très durs contre celui qui a parfois été présenté comme son successeur "évident", lors d'un meeting politique où était également présente sa femme, Grace, qui affiche ses propres ambitions présidentielles. Lire la suite »

Gorakhpur tragedy continues: 30 children die in 48 hours at BRD hospital


As per a TOI report, from Thursday midnight till Friday midnight, 8 of the 10 children admitted to the NICU died while 10 out of 36 admitted to the PICU breathed their last. "Rather than running around temples and shrines in the state, Adityanath should get serious with the health issues of the children and build well-equipped hospitals and centres for them", he said. Lire la suite »

Knifeman stabs police officer in the back at college

The incident took place at 9.10am on 6 November and the officer's condition is not believed to be critical, although he has been taken to hospital. Police were called to Edinburgh College shortly after 9am in response to reports of a man threatening to harm himself. Lire la suite »

Palace asks PH's chief justice to resign


He was referring to the late Chief Justice Renato Corona, who was impeached in December 2011. "We can not wait for that. If at all, perhaps what will undermine the independence of the judiciary would be acts committed by judicial agents that would lead to the initiation of the impeachment proceedings", he said. Lire la suite »

Fake WhatsApp Android App Downloaded Over 1 Million Times


Alerting users to the issue one Android user on Google Play complained that the app was full of adverts, while another claimed it was being used for "data theft". If you're anxious about having a fake version of WhatsApp on your Android phone, here's how to check if you have downloaded the real thing. It has since been removed from Google Play. Lire la suite »

MMA fighter's heart stops in cage has to be revived in Octagon


According to his Facebook post , he was then taken to Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital in Houston. Hancock wrote on Facebook that his heart stopped and he suffered kidney failure. I'm okay. Thanks everyone. "I still plan on competing in Brazilian jiu-jitsu and BJJ superfights when I get better". Weight cutting is common practice in mixed martial arts, where fighters shed a large number of pounds through dieting and dehydration to make weight in lighter divisions. Lire la suite »