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With no pressure for quick runs, David Miller (24no) amd Marcus Stoinis (22no) completed the six-wicket win with seven balls to spare. Although he took some iffy decisions like bowling two overs of Axar Patel (3-35-1) in the Powerplays despite having the option of Andrew Tye (4-38-0), Ashwin (4-23-1, ER: 5.75) fared well as a bowler and proved to be the most economical of all KXIP bowlers.
  • Brazil's ex-president Lula da Silva defies police

    Brazil's ex-president Lula da Silva defies police

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    Meanwhile, the former Secretary-General of the Presidency of the Republic, Gilberto Carvalho, in declarations to the digital daily Brazil 247, defended the idea the militancy makes a human cordon around the Metal Workers' Union in San Bernardo del Campo city, and block the arrest of Lula.
  • Top Pruitt aide resigns amid growing scandal at EPA

    Top Pruitt aide resigns amid growing scandal at EPA

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    Kentia Elbaum, a spokesperson for the EPA Office of Inspector General, told NPR the office "anticipates issuing a final report during early summer 2018", covering the administrator's travel through December 2017 , but warned that the timeline could change.
  • Russia Is Extremely Interested in Poisoned Spy's Dead Pets

    Russia Is Extremely Interested in Poisoned Spy's Dead Pets

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    Yulia and Sergei Skripal were found slumped on a bench at an outdoor shopping precinct. The line of questioning came after a diplomatic showdown at a U.N. The UK is "playing with fire" over its charges that Moscow used a nerve agent to poison a former Russian spy on British soil, Russia's United Nations envoy said Thursday.
  • Gunman kills four staff in Turkish university

    Gunman kills four staff in Turkish university

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    Four people were killed in a shooting at a university in the northwest Turkish city of Eski-ehir on Thursday, the state-run news agency Anadolu reported. However there was no indication of any link between Thursday's shooting and extremist activity. University staff say he has been detained by security forces.
  • 5.3 magnitude quake strikes off southern California coast

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    The L.A. Times is reporting there was no significant damage is immediately being reported, but that some bricks fell from a chimney at a historic ranch in the Channel Islands region. That quake was a 5.1. According to the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs), the natural disaster hit at 11:53 a.m. "I've felt earthquakes before, but not like this in a long while!" "There's a much higher chance of (smaller) aftershocks", she said .
  • DOJ to impose quotas on immigration judges to speed up deportations

    DOJ to impose quotas on immigration judges to speed up deportations

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    To view the full article, register now. Our political discourse around immigration is fraught, and this feels like Sessions' trademark misapplications of justice which, in this case, could inflict callous and rushed judgment on immigrants. It added that due process could not be "meted out on a schedule, but requires judges to use their expertise on a case-by-case basis to move cases as fairly and efficiently as possible".
  • After worst hurricane season ever, 2018 will be above average

    After worst hurricane season ever, 2018 will be above average

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    The CSU researchers said they anticipated "a slightly above-average probability for major hurricanes making landfall along the continental us coastline and in the Caribbean". Last year , Hurricanes Harvey , Irma and Maria devastated the U.S. Gulf Coast, Florida and Puerto Rico, respectively. But Klotzbach said Pacific water temperatures will likely be neutral or only slightly warm, meaning wind sheer will be weak.
  • Presumed Dead After US Marine Helicopter Crash In California

    Presumed Dead After US Marine Helicopter Crash In California

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    Officials said the CH-53E Super Stallion crashed around 2:35 p.m. Tuesday near El Centro, not far from the U.S. -Mexico border. Reports stated all four crew members on board were presumed dead. The names of the crewmembers will be withheld until 24 hours after their relatives are notified, the Miramar base said. The crash on Tuesday appears to be the deadliest CH-53 incident since a crash off the coast of Hawaii in 2016 killed 12 Marines during a nighttime training flight.
  • Paul Manafort's Move to Restrain Mueller Meets Skeptical Judge

    Paul Manafort's Move to Restrain Mueller Meets Skeptical Judge

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    That appointment allowed Mueller to investigate links between the Russian government and the Trump campaign, plus "any matters that arose or arise directly from the investigation". The 33-year-old worked closely with Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort and former deputy chairman Rick Gates, both of whom have been indicted with money laundering, conspiracy and tax fraud.
  • 'Riverdale' star KJ Apa replaces Kian Lawley in 'The Hate U Give'

    'Riverdale' star KJ Apa replaces Kian Lawley in 'The Hate U Give'

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    Riverdale star K.J. Apa will replace disgraced actor Kian Lawley in movie The Hate U Give . While World kept its release date intact and finished its reshoots and editing within a month, Hate is still now without a release date, giving the filmmakers and Apa time to undergo the reshoots and properly get him acclimated to the film's cast and crew.
  • Scott Walker warns of Dem wave in Wisconsin

    Scott Walker warns of Dem wave in Wisconsin

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    In Tuesday's election, liberal candidate Rebecca Dallet easily defeated the more conservative Michael Screnock, who was backed by Walker, though the state's high court elections are suppose to remain non-partisan. She was re-elected in 2014 for a term that will expire in 2020. "It's clearly a wake-up call", said Republican strategist Brandon Scholz. "I think it's a systemic issue", he said.
  • Pakistan whitewash Windies at a canter

    Pakistan whitewash Windies at a canter

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    In their reply, Pakistan raced to 154 for two off 16.5 overs with Babar Azam leading the way with 51 runs. Hussain Talat scored unbeaten 31 and Asif Ali unbeaten 25. In addition to the fine, one demerit point was added to Shadab's record. "The Pakistan wrist spinner was found to have violated article 2.1.7 of the code, which relates to "using language, actions or gestures which disparage or which could provoke an aggressive reaction from a batsman upon his dismissal during an ...