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Group 'claim responsibility' for attack on Borussia Dortmund bus


Bartra was the only Dortmund player injured after an attack on the team's bus last week. Head coach Thomas Tuchel slammed the decision to go ahead with the rescheduled match just 24 hours after the incident, although UEFA insisted that both clubs had agreed to play following a consultation at the stadium. Read More »

Dinakaran in Bengaluru, to meet Sasikala today


Another important minister KA Sengottaiyan was part of this session, yet was not seen along with Jayakumar, while speaking to the media. "The Chief Minister said all of us have to be united in taking the party and the government forward and that it should continue (through the rest of its term)", he said. Read More »

UN Condemns Attack against Refugee Caravan in Syria


Video shown on Syrian state-run television showed heavily damaged and burned buses parked on the side of a road. One of the media reports has claimed that at least 43 people have been killed. Meanwhile the evacuation of rebel fighters and their families from a neighbourhood in the central Syrian city of Homs has been delayed following the Aleppo attack. Read More »

Despite Iran's compliance with nuclear agreement, U.S. considering new sanctions


However, calling Iran "a leading state sponsor of terror", Tillerson informed Congress that the Trump administration had directed a full review of the 2015 nuclear deal to evaluate whether continued sanctions relief was in the U.S. Under the deal, the State Department must notify Congress every 90 days on Iran's compliance under the so-called Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). Read More »

Rouhani resisters to run in Iran's elections


Asked about Ahmadinejad's decision, one Tehran-based analyst offered a blunt assessment. Rouhani however set conditions of peace; "the road to peace is not a one-way route and all countries should have a will to keep peace and security in the region", he said, turning to the matter at hand, Iran's improved defense capabilities. Read More »

Trump on Gorsuch: 'I Got It Done in the First 100 Days'


Gorsuch's wife, Marie Louise, holds the Bible. Watch Gorsuch's public ceremony live in the video above, starting at 11 a.m. Judge Neil Gorsuch [SCOTUSblog profile] was sworn in [press release] Monday, becoming the 113th person to serve on the US Supreme Court [official website]. Read More »

Several people injured in Woss train derailment


Western Forest Products confirmed its personnel and materials were being transported on the Englewood Railway train when it derailed. The B.C. Safety Authority told Global News the incident happened at 8:48 a.m. Read More »

Manuel Neuer likely to miss rest of season with broken foot


Ronaldo scored the next goal in the 105th minute from a clear offside position, and then sent Madrid 3-2 up on the night, when he was again offside. Ronaldo celebrated his first goal - a thumping header from a Casemiro cross - by putting a finger to his lips and turning towards the stands. Barcelona will be on against Juventus on Wednesday in their Champions League quarterfinal second leg aiming to overturn a 3-0 deficit. Read More »

See Alien: Covenant's Neomorph in New Photos from the Film


Which, unlike humans, will never need to be de-aged. So if you want to embark on this journey fresh and clean, we suggest you spin around and leave right now. Covenant screenwriter John Logan adds this. Check them out in the gallery below, and can also watch three new found-footage crew videos! The first image looks like a flashback with either Walter or David (both robots played by Michael Fassbender ) with Peter Weyland. Read More »

Groups Unite For Anti-Zuma Freedom Day Protests


Questioned about whether the continuous marches could lead to protest fatigue‚ Mashele said when citizens got tired‚ rogue leaders did not get exhausted. Mashele said the movement would focus on removing Zuma from office, protecting the Constitution, restoring power to the people of SA and safeguarding the state as an instrument of transformation, and the socioeconomic development of all. Read More »

Cano, Cruz power Mariners past Marlins in Ichiro return

Chen had seven no-hit innings before being pulled. Wei-Yin Chen and Brad Ziegler combined on eight hitless innings Tuesday night. Now 43 years old and largely relegated to pinch-hitting duty with the Miami Marlins, Ichiro returned to Seattle for a three-game set against his old club this week and got a rare start in right field for the series finale on Wednesday. Read More »

Sharks ignite offense in 7-0 rout of Edmonton

And we haven't made them pay a price for that until tonight. They tuned in to a TV broadcast to see the Oilers tie up the series in Game 2, then hit the road again Saturday. It was a one-off. The Sharks' goal drought ended quickly. "It becomes tougher because there's more bodies going to the net, it's sporadic", Oilers coach Todd McLellan said when assessing Talbot's tidy performance at the podium after the game. Read More »

Xiaomi Mi 6 flagship features dual camera with optical zoom


Not only that, Mi 6 is tightly packed with powerful hardware and specifications one can't expect at the price point: that's something Xiaomi has consistently delivered upon.Its stunning 3D glass design features 4 sides of curved glass-back which is something unique to Mi 6 and is really mesmerizing. Read More »

Ivanka Trump will donate book proceeds to charity


Trump Charitable Fund. Ivanka said in a statement that the National Urban League will use the funds to create a new "women's initiative", while the Boys & Girls Clubs will spend its money to boost STEM programs for "underrepresented youth". Read More »

UK Parliament approves Prime Minister's early election call

Under current legislation, parliaments have to sit for five years before new elections take place. He told MPs earlier in the Commons: "We welcome the opportunity of a general election because it gives the British people the chance to vote for a Labour government that will put the interests of the majority first". Read More »

Security forces will be vigilant during election after Paris shooting: French president


Paris police spokeswoman Johanna Primevert told reporters the attacker targeted police guarding the area near the Franklin D Roosevelt metro stop on Thursday night (local time) at the centre of the avenue, which is popular with tourists. A French government spokesman said the assailant had an automatic firearm akin to a "war weapon". An eyewitness said the gunman got out of a vehicle and began shooting "with a Kalashnikov". Read More »

In emotional service, Jesuits and Georgetown repent for slave trading


In early April, Georgetown announced plans for the liturgy and a renaming ceremony for two buildings on campus previously named for priests who sold women, children and men into slavery for financial gain in 1838. "Our history has shown us that the vestiges of slavery are a continuum that began with the kidnapping of our people from our motherland to keeping them in bondage with the brutality of American chattle slavery, Jim Crow, segregation ... Read More »

DNC staffers push conspiracy theory after Chaffetz announces he won't seek re-election

House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz announced on Wednesday that he will not seek re-election. Chaffetz, a conservative Republican who was first elected to the House of Representatives in 2008, gained prominence as head of the committee that investigated Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server while she was USA secretary of state. Read More »

Le Président Erdogan défie les européens — Turquie

Les deux principaux partis d'opposition, le CHP (social-démocrate) et le HDP (prokurde), ont dénoncé des "manipulations" pendant le scrutin et annoncé leur intention de demander le recomptage des voix. Une hypothèse confirmée par les déclarations du président turc: " L'Union européenne menace de geler les négociations. "Est-ce suffisant? Je ne crois pas", avait déclaré M. Read More »

French presidential hopefuls wrap up campaigns in tight race

Marine Le Pen could come top or come fourth and crash out - right now it's a battle to survive for the far-right candidate. They are sharing a stage but will be interviewed individually for 15 minutes as they seek to convince the electorate ahead of Sunday's first round vote. Read More »

Utah Jazz center Jeff Withey faces domestic violence probe

No police report was made at the time, nobody involved was arrested, and no charges were filed. Withey got engaged previous year before breaking up in October. "At this point, we are collecting information and will have no further comment until we have a better understanding of the situation", a statement released Wednesday by the Utah Jazz said. Read More »

Google Home's assistant can now recognize different voices

When each person adds their Google account to Home, it asks to be trained to work with their voice. Once you've installed the Google Home app, look for the card that says Multi-user is available. But it's superior in at least one major regard: Multi-user support. You can get started fiddling around with this today, but only in the US. Google said that it will use its network to "compare the sound of your voice to its previous analysis so we can understand if it's you ... Read More »

Stockholm reclaims streets to honour truck attack victims


The Swedish police arrested a 39-year-old Uzbek man on Friday evening as the suspected driver of the truck, and the officials are now questioning seven more people. On Saturday, the investigation team stated that uncovering potential terrorist links and finding possible accomplices of the main suspect was a top priority. Read More »

Sri Lanka PM to visit India ahead of Modi visit


On the 12th the program will include the welcome address delivered by the minister of Buddhasasana and the chairperson of the organizing committee Wijedasa Rajapakse, recital of the five precepts, speeches by the chief prelates of Sri Lanka, address by the most ven. Read More »