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Football: Lampard scores as City top Montreal

MONTREAL, July 18, 2016 (AFP) – Thomas McNamara set up first-half goals byDavid Villa and Jack Harrison, and Frank Lampard delivered the killing blow in New York City FC s 3-1 Major League Soccer victory over the Montreal Impact on Sunday. Spain s Villa opened the scoring with his MLS-leading 12th goal ...

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Pitbull says he is not supporting Trump

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Rapper Pitbull had harsh words for Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump on Friday, telling reporters that he is not supporting the candidate and describing his campaign as a “joke.” “I think the [Trump’s] campaign is a joke to be honest with you. I think that it’s ...

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Salman Khan reveals marriage date in twisted way

MUMBAI  – Bollywood’s Sultan, Salman Khan, has revealed his marriage date with a slight twist. He was present in the launch ceremony of Sania Mirza’s autobiography ‘Ace Against Odds’ when a journalist came up with the question regarding his marriage plans. Salman took a long pause to think about the ...

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Yasir Shah soars to the top of ICC Test bowler rankings

Pakistan leg-spinner Yasir Shah, on Monday, moved up to the top position in the International Cricket Council’s Test bowler rankings. He replaced injured England pacer James Anderson to conquer the spot. Swabi-born Shah marked his first Test outside of Asia and the United Arab Emirates by taking 10 wickets in ...

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China announces military exercises in South China Sea

China has announced that it is closing off a part of South China Sea to conduct a series of military drills this week. China’s maritime administration said Monday that an area off the east coast of the island province of Hainan would be closed from Tuesday to Thursday. The area ...

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Egypt blocks UN statement on Turkey coup

The Egyptian government, headed by a former general who came to power following a coup in 2013, has blocked a United Nations Security Council statement that called on all parties to “respect the democratically elected government of Turkey,” which fought and largely defeated an attempted coup by a faction of ...

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Baton Rouge gunman identified as former US Marine

The US gunman behind Sunday’s fatal attack on police officers in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, was a former member of the US Marine Corps who had served in Iraq, public records show. Gavin Long, 29, became a Marine in August 2005 and served for five years before ending his active duty ...

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