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Modi in first trip to Israel by India prime minister

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I will meet President Reuven Ruvi Rivlin - who I had the pleasure of receiving in New Delhi in November past year, as well as other senior leaders. The centres have demonstrated that Israeli agricultural techniques can be employed to improve Indian farming practices and Modi , to emphasise on the need for transfer of technology, will visit an agriculture farm soon after landing in Tel Aviv on Tuesday. Read More »

Jamie Horowitz leaving Fox Sports 'effective immediately'

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A Fox Sports spokesperson confirmed the news of Horowitz's departure Monday but declined to comment further. In an email sent to employees Monday, Fox Sports chief operating officer and executive producer Eric Shanks somewhat explained why Horowitz was sacked. Read More »

Oxley Road: Rule of law and due process must prevail, say MPs

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This is the foundation upon which Mr Lee Kuan Yew and his team built our Singapore for all of us. The younger Lee's comments come a day ahead of a ministerial statement that PM Lee will deliver in Parliament to address allegations lobbed against him and the Government by his younger siblings. Read More »

Hawking on climate change: Trump 'could push Earth over the brink'

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Meteorologist Ryan Maue called Hawking's statements "bizarre", and professor and environmental activist Bjorn Lomborg noted how the Paris agreement would only avert 0.2 degrees of projected global warming. Guterres says Michael Bloomberg, a United Nations special envoy on climate change , is "convinced" the US will reach the Paris goals. The US President claimed that the agreement was unfair to America, in a move that was lauded by the coal industry . Read More »

Vettel escapes sanction from FIA for colliding with Hamilton

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Vettel now holds a 14-point advantage over Hamilton in the World Championship standings. Vettel then reacted by pulling alongside the race leader and banging wheels. He has now accrued nine penalty points and should he receive a further three at the next race in Austria he would face an automatic ban from the British Grand Prix. Read More »

How GOP health care bill would affect Oklahomans

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Moderates were spooked as the week began with a Congressional Budget Office finding that McConnell's draft bill would result in 22 million people losing insurance over the next decade, only 1 million fewer than under the House-passed legislation which Trump privately told senators was "mean". Read More »

AC Milan Almost Done For Arsenal Linked Midfielder

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However, so far Milan have been unable to agree a fee with Leverkusen for the 23-year-old and it was thought the deal could be on the rocks. "I want to thank Bayer Leverkusen, the directors and the fans for three fantastic years". The exciting summer for Milan supporters continues as Calhanoglu is now expected to join Mateo Musacchio, Franck Kessie, Ricardo Rodriguez, Andre Silva and Fabio Borini as a new signing, with Vincenzo Montella seeing his squad get significantly strengthened. Read More »

Vehicle crashed into group of pedestrians in Boston

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The accident happened near the cab pool on Tomahawk Drive and Porter Street. The vehicle at the centre of the crash appeared to be a Boston city taxi. A law enforcement official told the Globe the incident does not appear to be terror. The driver remained at the scene and is being interviewed by police. Read More »

Linked Javier Hernandez wants elite move

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Hernandez was a valuable squad player under Manchester United legend Sir Alex Ferguson before Louis van Gaal opted to sell the Mexican forward to Leverkusen two seasons ago. Leverkusen have not made any move to extend Hernandez's contract, which has given West Ham further encouragement that a deal could be struck for the 29-year-old. Read More »

RIGHT NOW: LMPD chases robbery suspect all over town

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The chase lasted about 40 minutes, including almost 30 minutes in Indiana. Robert Ellis was arrested and charged with resisting arrest. . It was not clear if the suspect had a lawyer. First responders transported Ellis, who was "complaining of pain", to a Floyd County hospital following the altercation. He was suspected of multiple bag thefts and his pickup truck was packed with women's purses, according to WLKY News. Read More »

France's EDF raises cost estimates for Hinkley Point

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However, the developers said Hinkley Point managers are still aiming to meet the 2025 delivery date. Hinkley was commissioned by the United Kingdom government previous year to fill the gap left in power generation by the retirement of all the UK's coal-fired generation and nearly half its nuclear generating capacity by the mid-2020s. Read More »

NASA's DART Project To Strike Earth-Threatening Asteroids

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They're all key figures in Asteroid Day - a United Nations sanctioned day of education to raise awareness about protecting our planet from unsafe impacts from space . Asteroids are small, rocky objects that orbit the Sun. Back home, scientists will study the impact and the effect is has on Didymos B's orbit around Didymos A, to determine whether this technique is a feasible method for saving the planet from asteroids that could otherwise have devastating impacts. Read More »

Gunman in doctor's coat killed at NYC hospital

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Another police official said she may have also been shot in the abdomen. It was not clear if Bello knew Dr Tracy Sin-Yee Tam (32), who was killed in the shooting on the 16th and 17th floors of the hospital and was, like him, a family medicine doctor. Read More »

Merrill resisting giving Trump's election fraud panel CT voter information

Trump lost the popular vote to Democrat Hillary Clinton but has alleged, without evidence, that 3 to 5 million people voted illegally. And we believethat this request represents only the first salvo in a move to implement the widespread suppression of American voters, the possible purging of the rolls and a rollback of our Constitutionally guaranteed voting rights. Read More »

Sunny skies in store for Independence Day

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A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after 1 p.m. Highs in the low 80s and lows in the upper 60s. However, any storms today would not be severe, the weather service added. Sunday's low in Madison was 60 at 3:43 a.m., the normal low and 17 degrees above the record low of 43 for July 2, set in 2001. Friday night: A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after 1 a.m. Read More »

Microsoft will pester you to install the Windows 10 Creators Update

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Older versions of Windows have helped spread such cyber-attacks. Microsoft's tough love manifests as a nagware warning to Windows 10 version 1507 users. According to Sarkar, the new Windows feature, was created to observe the changes that applications make to files in certain protected folders and blacklists any app that attempts to make such modifications, while at the same time notifying the user on the action taken. Read More »

Donald Trump may be "sneaked in" to United Kingdom to avoid protesters

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It follows calls to abandon a planned state visit after the Mr Trump's decision earlier this year to ban people from flying to the USA from a number of mainly Muslim countries. The 28-second clip shared on Sunday shows The Donald tackling him and pummelling him in a video taken from pro-wrestling event Wrestlemania XXIII. The President tweeted a freaky video in which he can be seen punching a person whose head has been replaced with the CNN logo. Read More »

US, Japan to Increase Pressure on North Korea

The american president, who had violently criticized China during his election campaign, has also "reiterated its determination to get trade more balanced with the commercial partners of the United States", according to the same source. Here's the Japanese statement: "The two leaders exchanged views on the growing threat from North Korea, including their unity with respect to increasing pressure on the regime to change its risky path". Read More »

Trump Cuts White House Budget, Saves American Taxpayer $22 Million

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The report also added that Mark House, the White House senior policy advisor, is the highest paid staffer, earning $187, 100. The disparity is primarily due to more women filling lower-ranking jobs. The findings, according to Forbes , suggest Trump's administration employs 100 fewer staff members than his predecessor, President Barack ObamaBarack ObamaTrump's lean payroll could save taxpayers as much as M: report Poll: Trump disapproval at 57 percent A tale of two campaigns: United ... Read More »

More damp, cloudy weather in store for Ottawa on Sunday

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Activity late afternoon/early evening will be very isolated in nature. As the sun sets around 9 p.m., the threat for storms will fizzle out. An unsettled weather pattern looks to continue through Wednesday with periods of showers and storms possible. Read More »

Reds make Naby Keita contract offer

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Keita now plays for Red Bull Leipzig in Bundesliga and impressed during his debut season with the side, so much so that Jürgen Klopp is desperate to bring him to the club. Liverpool are eager to open talks about a deal to see if Leipzig would consider selling before moving on to other targets and the Reds are now the bookies' favourites to sign Keita. Read More »

A Stock Investor's Guide to the China Bond Market

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HSBC said it completed its first deal under the new arrangement as underwriter for a bond issue by the Agricultural Development Bank of China. A long-awaited scheme enabling foreign investors to buy and sell Chinese bonds has been launched. Read More »

31 injured and 17 feared dead in German bus crash

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There was "only a glimmer of hope" that 17 people missing after the collision would be found alive outside the coach, which was completely gutted, he added. Speaking to Bild , police spokeswoman Anne Hofer said: "We can not rule out that the 17 were no longer able to get out of the bus". No information was available about the whereabouts of the truck driver. Read More »

Japan's election: Prime Minister Abe's party suffers humiliating defeat in Tokyo election

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Throughout the Tokyo assembly election campaign, Abe stayed behind the scenes, reportedly out of concern that his presence would not help the party's image. "Stocks are showing little reaction to Japan's election as markets wait and see whether the result will have any impact on a national political level", said Koji Fukaya, chief executive officer at Tokyo-based FPG Securities. Read More »

India Must Withdraw Troops from Doklam to End Stand-off in Sikkim

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The stand-off began last month when Bhutan on June 16 objected to China building a road in the Doklam plateau near the India-China-Bhutan trijunction, which is disputed by Bhutan and China. Of the 3,488-km-long India-China border from Jammu and Kashmir to Arunachal Pradesh, a 220-km section falls in Sikkim. China also emphasizes that the two sides should properly control and handle differences and sensitive issues, it said. Read More »

J&K: 2 Militants Killed In Pulwama Encounter

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It is still unclear as to how many terrorists are there in the area. Security forces carried out cordon and search operations in Pulwama following intelligence reports regarding the presence of terrorists in the area. Two civilians, 44-year-old Tahira and 21-year-old Shadab Ahmad Chopan, were also killed during the operation in Brenti-Batpora village in Dialgam area of the district, police said. Read More »

Taj Gibson agrees to two-year deal with Timberwolves

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The Timberwolves made a deal with the Bulls to acquire three-time all-star Jimmy Butler , as reported by USA Today . The 6-foot-9 power forward averaged nine points and 4.5 rebounds in 21 minutes a game a year ago in a season he split between Chicago and Oklahoma City. Read More »

Brazil captures drug lord who used surgery to hide

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Federal police said sentences handed down to Rocha amount to more than 50 years of prison time. However, the plastic surgeries didn't stop the Brazilian Federal Police from capturing Rocha on Saturday, July 1. Police said da Rocha was also one of the main domestic cocaine suppliers to the violent drug traffickers that control large areas of São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. Read More »

India to clash with Pakistan on Sunday

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Nahida Khan and skipper Mir were the only batters to reach the double figures as they were bundled out for just 74 in 38.1 overs. Indian captain, Mithali Raj: "There were some anxious moments". "Irrespective of how the pitch is, my job is to bowl and take wickets, and I hope I can continue doing that for my team". The Indians continued from where they left in the qualifiers and registered comprehensive victories in their first two matches. Read More »

Fleetwood warms up for Birkdale with French Open victory

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So too does Ryan Fox, who finished alone in fifth after Bjork birdied from range at the final hole. On Sunday, he proved the class of the field at Le Golf National, a bogey-free 66 lifting him to 12 under par. Asked to explain his rise from outside the world's top 150 last summer to his new slot among the game's elite, Fleetwood paid tribute to his support team and happiness off the course. Read More »

Team USA slams Angola, 109-68, in FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup

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Washington rolled to a 108-48 win over Iran with Team USA, while sophomore Tai Wynyard led his native New Zealand to an 88-81 victory over Korea to open pool play. New Zealand led France by one point at halftime, but was outscored 44-32 in the second half. They will take on Angola on Sunday. Following the preliminary round, all 16 teams will be seeded according to group play results and will advance to the July 5 round of 16. Read More »