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Now, this new chapter, this new era, I'm looking forward to it. With Butler, Wiggins, Towns and Gorgui Dieng the Wolves adding Lowry would make them even more unsafe and would vault them well above just a playoff position. "The way that people rave about his work ethic, about his daily approach, about the time he spends in the gym, about how he has attacked this injury on a daily basis to get himself back on the court as soon as possible, it's unbelievable", the Bulls coach said.
  • Brazil's Michel Temer charged with corruption

    Brazil's Michel Temer charged with corruption

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    Russian President Vladimir Putin, left, and Brazilian President Michel Temer in Moscow, Russia, on Wednesday, . In a fresh blow to the political stability in Brazil , which is going through its worst financial crisis, President Michel Temer has been charged over an alleged multi-million bribery scandal by the country's chief prosecutor.
  • No evidence NSW shooting victim was bikie

    No evidence NSW shooting victim was bikie

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    Drug enforcer Ace John Anthony Hall, 31, was sent to the facility in Thornlands, southeast of Brisbane, in May. "They were not immediately related to any of the known motorcycle gangs in our area", he said. Phil Becker, 33, was nabbed by Queensland police in the early hours of Tuesday morning after officers found his auto at a service station south of Brisbane.
  • Saudi Arabia's King Replaces Nephew With Son As Heir To Throne

    Saudi Arabia's King Replaces Nephew With Son As Heir To Throne

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    Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman was designated as the kingdom's next ruler on June 21. "However, while potentially economically beneficial, with bin Salman a major proponent of reforms to privatize elements of the Saudi economy and entice foreign investment into the country, the move also suggests Saudi Arabia will continue to embrace a hawkish foreign policy , further heightening tensions across the Middle East ", they added.
  • Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was Seriously Adorable at Toronto's Pride March

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was Seriously Adorable at Toronto's Pride March

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    Over the past year, police involvement in Pride has become a contentious issue in Halifax, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver and other Canadian cities. The parade's grand marshal was Lea DeLaria, star of the "Orange is the New Black" Netflix show and an IL native. "I think that trust has been damaged permanently with this community", said Gum.
  • Fake TIME magazine covers displayed at Donald Trump's golf club locations

    Fake TIME magazine covers displayed at Donald Trump's golf club locations

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    President Donald Trump has made it known that he's well aware of his various TIME magazine covers. The fake cover shot of Trump is accompanied by the all-caps headline: "TRUMP IS HITTING ON ALL FRONTS". Time initially said it had no intention of asking the president to remove the fake covers, but later asked the businesses to take the covers down .
  • Colombian rebels have handed over almost all weapons

    Colombian rebels have handed over almost all weapons

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    Peace with the FARC, however, is unlikely to end violence in Colombia as the lucrative cocaine business has given rise to criminal gangs and traffickers. "Today is a special day where we replace words where once there were weapons and I can say that because of this momentous day it has been worthwhile being the President of Colombia".
  • Trump blasts reported obstruction probe over 'phony' Russian Federation story

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    Trump's personal attorney, Marc Kasowitz, responded to this report evading responsibility and blaming leakers. In a March 22 meeting, Trump reportedly asked whether Coats could ask Comey to back off the FBI's focus on Flynn. When asked about a letter he wrote recommending firing Comey, Rosenstein said that Mueller could be looking into the decision-making process for the firing - and he was therefore "not at liberty to talk about that now".
  • Defiant Nancy Pelosi says she's not going anywhere

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    Pelosi's defiant comments came as Democrats remained angry and divided after throwing some $30 million into a House race in Georgia on Tuesday, only to end up with a loss that wasn't even very close. Moulton backed Pelosi's challenger Rep. Tim Ryan (D-Ohio) in 2016. A New York Times analysis of the aftermath of the Georgia special election observed, "Part of the Democrats' challenge now is that the jobless rate is low, and numerous districts they are targeting are a lot like the Georgia ...
  • Protesters Block Pride Parade, Demand Police Be Removed

    Protesters Block Pride Parade, Demand Police Be Removed

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    Parade organizers on Friday invited police to participate in the annual parade after initially asking police to minimize their participation due to tensions over a jury's recent acquittal of a Minnesota officer who fatally shot Castile during a traffic stop previous year.
  • 5 killed in cable auto accident in Indian-controlled Kashmir

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    A police official said that mishap took place due to derailment of cable from the pulley. Four people belonged to one family from Delhi's Shalimar Bagh , the official said. Initial detials reaching The Kashmir Monitor reveal that at least five people in a cable vehicle may be dead after a windstorm uproot a tree and flung it on the cable holding the cars intact.
  • Congressman's condition 'more difficult' than first thought

    Congressman's condition 'more difficult' than first thought

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    Scalise , of Louisiana, underwent surgery Wednesday night to fix a broken hip and another procedure to stem heavy bleeding. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, House Speaker Paul Ryan and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi stood side by side to shout: "Let's play ball!" and the crowd chanted "U-S-A!" She noted that she has received numerous threats herself over the years, and is now the target of millions of dollars in negative ads in a House ...
  • SKorean president calls for NKorean Olympic participation

    SKorean president calls for NKorean Olympic participation

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    Taeyang of Big Bang has been selected as the face of the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Games and Winter Paralympics, authorities said Wednesday. That missile launch came after North Korea reportedly tested a rocket engine. The two Koreas have taken part in several sporting exchanges this year. Afterward, the teams posed for photographs together. North Korea has made a decision to send its demonstration team to the World Taekwondo Championships, which will be held for three days from ...
  • North Korea denies torturing American detainee Otto Warmbier

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    The student died six days later. After he returned to OH, doctors determined he had suffered a "severe neurological injury" of unknown cause. He was sentenced to 15 years of hard labor for trying to steal an item bearing a propaganda slogan from his hotel, North Korea state media said.
  • China talks focusing on North Korean threat

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    Huang Jing, of the National University of Singapore, said that as China's global clout has grown over the years, Beijing's security interests have expanded markedly to cover regions beyond Asia-Pacific, and especially as it pushes its ambitious Belt and Road trade and infrastructure initiative.