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Wenger adamant his "preference" is to stay at Arsenal

The away team's resistance was finally broken in stoppage time at the end of the first half, when Kieran Gibbs teed up Walcott just inside the box and the forward's deflected shot beat Farman. "Ultimately we're disappointed we've conceded five goals, but if you look at the calibre of player we have come up against, you can't argue with the scoreline". Read More

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'Not Today, M**F**er!': Woman Stops Brutal Assault With Self-Defense Tactics

'Not Today, M**F**er!': Woman Stops Brutal Assault With Self-Defense Tactics

Herron's attack comes after three women were killed in the US during runs within the span of nine days last summer. Gary Steiner is reportedly facing charges of potential rape and assault. Police say he was hiding inside one of the stalls before he launched the viscous assault. She told ABC that the self-defense tactics saved her. I was lucky, as the cops were an earshot away, and I can recall my tussle with my attacker that resulted in my being on top of him, throwing every shot I could ... Read More

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This Is How Twitterati Reacted To BJP's Magnanimous Victory In UP

This Is How Twitterati Reacted To BJP's Magnanimous Victory In UP

While accepting the defeat, Akhilesh Yadav said, "the cycle was tubeless". The party is however poised to win in Punjab, and is ahead in Manipur and Goa. "He is taken as a chocolate leader". The results, however, proved otherwise. Akhilesh Yadav instead of being confident truned to Rahul Gandhi with the aim of consolidating muslims votes which would have otherwise divided. Read More

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Day after poll drubbing, here's what Mulayam said about son Akhilesh

Day after poll drubbing, here's what Mulayam said about son Akhilesh

Mulayam acknowledged that the BJP reached out to the electorate in a convincing manner with more pragmatic promises. "If BJP government is formed then bad roads, infrastructure and the law and order situation will completely change". Ahead of the polls, the SP patriarch had said there was no need for his party to have entered into the alliance, as it had contested the 2012 polls independently and was voted to power. Read More

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Judge won't rule on Trump's new travel ban

On Twitter Friday, the Washington state Attorney General's Office said Ferguson is reviewing Robart's order with his legal team to determine next steps. In succeeding with the first ban, they argued the move was unconstitutional and damaging to businesses in Washington state. New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman in a statement called the executive order "a Muslim ban by another name". Read More

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Syria: 44 people killed near Shia Muslim cemetery in Damascus

Syria: 44 people killed near Shia Muslim cemetery in Damascus

Bad al-Saghir is one of Damascus' most ancient cemeteries, where several prominent religious figures are buried. It was unclear whether both explosions were the result of suicide attacks, or if a bomb was placed in the cemetery itself. The former al Qaeda affiliate Fateh al-Sham Front claimed the attack and said it was targeted toward Russian military workers involved with the Syrian army. Read More

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S. Korea court to decide president's fate

S. Korea court to decide president's fate

This morning hundreds of Park's supporters tried to break through police barricades outside the court. "She has betrayed the trust of the people". Eight judges from the Constitutional Court assembled on Friday to issue a verdict to remove Park from office over a corruption scandal. Read More

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Turkey halts work of USA aid group helping Syrians

The SDF is largely dominated by the YPG which Turkey sees as the Syrian offshoot of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) that has been waging an insurgency against Turkey for over 30 years. "It is a measure of the success that forces are having in countering the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria that the conversation is necessary", the U.S. Read More

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Kim Jong Un's Nephew Randomly Appears, Ensures Everyone He's Safe

Kim Jong Un's Nephew Randomly Appears, Ensures Everyone He's Safe

Embrechts for his help. Do Hee-youn, head of the Citizens' Coalition for the Human Rights of Abductees and North Korean Refugees, told the New York Times the man was 21-year-old Kim Han-sol, son of Kim Jong-nam. The son of Kim Jong-nam, the slain half brother of North Korea's leader, has emerged on YouTube amid concerns about of his family's safety. South Korean intelligence officials stated that Jong-nam's family lived in Macau under Chinese government protection. Read More

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China grants preliminary approval to 38 Trump trademarks

China grants preliminary approval to 38 Trump trademarks

Trump's lawyers in China applied for the marks in April 2016, and the approvals were published by China's Trademark Office on February 27 and Monday, the AP reported . Trump and his children - who are overseeing the Trump Organization while he serves in the White House - have promised not to conduct foreign deals during his presidential term. Read More

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White rhino killed by suspected poachers at French zoo

White rhino killed by suspected poachers at French zoo

Authorities say the poachers used a chainsaw to remove one of the animal's horns, but were likely interrupted before they could remove its second horn, which was partially sawn off. In February, the World Wildlife Fund reported that 2016 marked the fourth year in a row in which more than 1,000 rhinos were poached in South Africa alone . Read More

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RGIA wins global airport service quality award

RGIA wins global airport service quality award

The airport handled 1.45 million passengers in 2016, its second busiest year on record. The ASQ awards are presented to those airports whose customers have rated them the highest during the year. Underscoring the significance of the ASQ awards, DFW Airport also uses ASQ data for its own goal-setting, with the survey scores included annually as one of the executive team's measurable objectives. Read More

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Starvation and diarrhoea kill 'over 100' in Somalia, says PM

Starvation and diarrhoea kill 'over 100' in Somalia, says PM

The UN children's agency UNICEF had in February warned the drought in Somalia could lead to up to 270,000 children suffering from acute malnutrition this year. Thousands have been streaming into Somalia's capital, Mogadishu , in search of food aid, overwhelming local and global aid agencies. A lack of clean water can lead to other problems such as cholera and other diseases, United Nations experts said. Read More

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