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Chelsea beat Spurs 4-2 to reach FA Cup final

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Asked if he was concerned about the potential damage to Chelsea's morale if his selection gamble had backfired on Saturday, Conte said: "You have to take this responsibility". They only had four shots on target, and one of them was in the 93rd minute. Shortly after the half-time break, Spurs once again found an equaliser, when Dele Alli this time, met Eriksen's fantastic ball into Chelsea's penalty area, and stabbed the ball into the top corner past Courtois. Read More »

Trump Efforts to Prosecute Julian Assange 'Spurious', Ex-US Army Lawyer Says

US Attorney General Jeff Sessions says arresting the WikiLeaks founder is a priority as the head of the CIA branded the site "a hostile intelligence agency". "They didn't have defences, which is pretty bad management". Trump praised WikiLeaks on the campaign trail past year after the organization had published hacked emails from the DNC and Podesta, saying " I love WikiLeaks " at a rally in Pennsylvania. Read More »

Niners Considering Trubisky With No. 2 Pick

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Not a lot of coaches and scouts seem to agree with that assessment. Their offence put up fantastic numbers previous year and although they have quite a few young studs on the defensive side of the ball, but they also have some holes. We'll do things because they're smart and well thought out. I think Josh can be that guy. "The question is why wasn't all that talent starting for the last three years?" The range of players here is predictably wide-Tyus Bowser is a truly new name ... Read More »

Trump calls for new UN sanctions against North Korea

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China's Xi Jinping called for restraint during an overnight call about North Korea with President Donald Trump, which came as Japan conducted joint drills with a US aircraft carrier strike group headed for the region. "The status quo in North Korea is also unacceptable", Trump told a meeting with the 15 U.N. Security Council ambassadors, including China and Russian Federation, at the White House on Monday. Read More »

New Orleans takes down 1st of 4 Confederate statues

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The other statues are expected to be taken down soon, as city officials announced early Monday they had secured the private funds needed for the job. The mayor's office said that in 1932, the city placed a plaque on the monument stating that the battle memorialized was meant to "overthrow of carpetbag government, ousting the usurpers", and "the national election of November 1876 recognized white supremacy in the South and gave us our state". Read More »

Marc Gasol's game-winner lifts Grizzlies over Spurs in OT

Gasol hit a 12-foot floater with 0.7 seconds left in overtime, and the Grizzlies beat the Spurs 110-108 on Saturday night to even their Western Conference first-round series at 2-2. Patty Mills scored just six points, Danny Green had just five points while Manu Ginobili finished scoreless after 16 minutes of action. The lead of the game would not change for either team. Read More »

Xi, Trump discuss ties, Korean Peninsula situation on phone

It said the call was the latest manifestation of the close communication between the presidents, which was good for their countries and the world. "A North Korea with nuclear weapons is not an area in which we want to live, it would be a threat to our region and to global security". Read More »

Spicer: Even Hitler didn't use chemical weapons

Stern questioned how Spicer could "not know that Hitler marched his own people ... to concentration camps and turned on chemical gas". Meghan McCain joined Mac & Gaydos Wednesday and said although Spicer is a "very nice man", she thinks others would be better suited to be White House press secretary. Read More »

Trump administration to issue new Syria sanctions

U.S officials have unequivocally blamed the Syrian government for the chemical attacks, in which the use of the nerve agent sarin is suspected. It's one of the largest sanction actions in US history. During the Obama administration, the United States in July 2016 sanctioned people and companies for supporting the SSRC, and on January 12, the U.S. Read More »

Exxon Mobil 'seeks waiver' from Russian Federation sanctions

Treasury placed on Russia, Rosneft and Rosneft CEO Igor Sechin in the wake of Russia's invasion of Ukraine and seizure of Crimea. The Trump administration rejected Exxon Mobil's request to resume an oil drilling project in Russian Federation that is now blocked by United States sanctions, a tangible reminder that American policy toward Moscow has yet to change as much as some observers in both countries had expected. Read More »

Pence reaffirms U.S.-Australia alliance following spat over refugee resettlement deal

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Pence sought to put any sense of lingering tension to rest during his visit, which included meetings with Turnbull and other government officials at Admiralty House, an official residence with spectacular views of the Sydney Opera House. Mr. Pence was speaking on the final leg of a 10-day tour of the Asia-Pacific region that had already taken him to South Korea , Japan and Indonesia . Read More »

Faye Dunaway speaks on Oscar's best picture fiasco

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Faye Dunaway is finally speaking about the Oscars moment that rocked Hollywood when she and Warren Beatty mistakenly announced the wrong victor for Best Picture. "I mean, I thought he was stalling", Dunaway said. "Warren's like that, he kind of holds the power - a dramatic pause!" Damien Chazelle's La La Land was originally announced as the victor for the Best Picture Oscar in February, but in a shocking twist, it was Barry Jenkins' powerful coming-of-age story Moonlight that won after ... Read More »

New Orleans Begins Confederate-Monument Removal

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Workers wore bulletproof vests and scarves over their faces. Workers wore helmets and flak jackets as police watched from the top of a nearby vehicle park during the operation. The city council authorized the monuments' removal in 2015, calling them a public nuisance. Not only was the move to erase the historical monument guarded by police protection, but the identities of the workers who were involved in hauling away the monument were obscured. Read More »

François Hollande votera Emmanuel Macron — Présidentielle

Mais dans la réalité? A droite, Jean-Pierre Raffarin, ex-soutien d'Alain Juppé, a jugé "trop facile de trouver un bouc-émissaire" en la personne de François Fillon. Au lendemain du premier tour de l'élection présidentielle, les deux candidats sortis victorieux des urnes se sont lancés pleinement dans la campagne d'entre-deux-tours. Read More »

Nearing 100-day mark, Trump says milestone not 'meaningful'

This is death that's involved, ' because people could have been killed. On Wednesday, Trump is expected to sign an executive order which enables the president to designate federal areas of land and water as national monuments to protect them from drilling, mining and development. Read More »

United States will honour refugee deal with Australia: Mike Pence

Turnbull echoed the sentiments, saying: "The eyes of the world are on Beijing". Mr Pence told reporters he had reassured Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull that the United States would hold up its share of the agreement struck by the Obama administration, even if the USA did not "admire" the deal. Read More »

BC Greens would raise taxes, run deficits

The Green party platform forecasts operating deficits in the second and third years of a four-year mandate with a $216-million surplus in the final fiscal year. "The B.C. Liberals are touting B.C.'s economic success, yet the benefits of our economy have been concentrated at the top, while the life has become increasingly more unaffordable for ordinary people". Read More »

Legal jobs among those cut as 457 visa is axed

The wideranging shake-up to the citizenship test which will also include strict new English language requirements. Australia has announced major changes to its citizenship laws, making it tougher for foreign nationals to become Australian citizens. Read More »

Aaron Ramsey wants FA Cup glory for Arsene Wenger

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Speculation has been rife that this could be Wenger's last season as Arsenal manager. In that system (3-4-3), there are players who are good. It's good for the collective. "Bad results, well it's up to us to see what we can do on the pitch to get results". "This victory has allowed us to regain confidence and keep calm, even if not everything was flawless". Read More »

Marine Le Pen steps down as head of France's National Front party

The French stock markets rose on Monday morning, and the euro jumped to its highest level since November against the dollar as investors bet against the chances of Le Pen winning. Tajani says Le Pen's goal of leaving the European Union is a poor choice because "to remain in isolation is a bad solution". "It will be done at the expense of the ordinary workers, and that is why we support Emmanuel Macron". Read More »

Turkey's Erdogan to meet US President Trump on May 16-17

Turkey's Justice Minister says the Constitutional Court and Council of State will reject opposition's appeal for the annulment of the vote. He tweeted, "applications against the High Electoral Board's decisions can not be taken to any court or authority, including the Council of State and the Constitutional Court". Read More »

Jon Ossoff's campaignThe Democrats fall just short in Georgia

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Even though the Georgia 6th is wealthier and better-educated than most congressional districts, a win here could provide Democrats with a blueprint to take control of Congress in 2018's mid-term elections. Swint predicts a "dogfight" during the eight-week runoff, with both parties pouring millions of dollars into the race. "We all have to rise above it, that it is about the district that has a long legacy of Republican leadership". Read More »

Marlins fall two outs shy of combined no-hitter against Mariners

His two-run single erased a one-run deficit in the second inning, and his two-run double fueled a four-run fourth that boosted the lead to 8-4. Had they achieved the feat, the Marlins would have become the first team to throw a combined no-hitter since the Philadelphia Phillies did so on September 1, 2014, according to ESPN Stats & Info. Read More »