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England skipper Morgan elated by ‘remarkable’ run chase

BIRMINGHAM: England captain Eoin Morgan hailed a “remarkable” run chase after his side hammered Sri Lanka by 10 wickets to win Friday’s second one-day international at Edgbaston. Unbeaten hundreds from Jason Roy (112 not out) and Alex Hales (133 not out) took England to a target of 255 with nearly ...

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Virginia delegate sues to avoid voting for Trump

A delegate in the US State of Virginia has filed a federal lawsuit in an attempt to avoid voting for the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump, at the Republican National Convention (RNC) next month. The delegate, Carroll Correll Jr. of Winchester, Virginia, says he will not vote for Trump ...

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Texan woman shot after killing own daughters

Police in the US State of Texas have fatally shot a woman who is said to have gunned down her two young daughters. Law enforcement officers in a Houston area say the incident happened about 5 p.m. Friday in front of a home on the fringe of the Houston suburb ...

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Two killed as raging California fire razes homes

At least two people are killed as a California wildfire blazes through central areas of the US state, razing scores of homes and causing people to flee. Two bodies were found Friday near Lake Isabella, east of Bakersfield, said the Kern County Fire Department. People had little time to escape ...

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US firms to shift jobs out of UK after Brexit

US banking and financial sector companies may eventually shift thousands of jobs out of London and elsewhere across the UK as a result of Britain leaving the European Union (EU). JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon and other executives of the New York-based multinational banking and financial services company sent out a warning for ...

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Beijing cuts contact with Taiwan over Tsai pro-indep. stance

China has cut off contact with the main Taiwan liaison body as a result of the refusal of the self-ruled island nation’s new president to recognize the so-called One China concept. In a statement posted on the website of China’s Taiwan Affairs Office on Saturday, spokesman An Fengshan said communication ...

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