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But officials later chose to abandon the Ligue 1 encounter. "We are thinking strongly and primarily of our supporters", Lille CEO Marc Ingla wrote in a series of tweets . Amiens public prosecutor Alexandre de Bosschere said an investigation had been opened into accidental injury, focusing on why the barrier gave way.
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    Tom Price apologizes for flights, offers reimbursement

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    On Wednesday Trump declared that he's " not happy " with his health chief over reports that Price flew on costly charters when he could have taken cheaper commercial flights on government business. 'The White House does not have a role on the front-end, of approving private charter flights at the agencies, and that's something that we're certainly looking into from this point forward, and have asked a halt be put, particularly at HHS, on any private charter flights moving forward, until ...
  • Breakingviews - Google clears deck for huge antitrust fight

    Breakingviews - Google clears deck for huge antitrust fight

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    Google, a unit of U.S. firm Alphabet , has until September 28 to halt this anti-competitive practice or face a penalty up to 5% of its average daily worldwide turnover. The company introduces changes under pressure of the European Commission . Google is appealing the decision, but is implementing its order to avoid noncompliance fines that can reach total 5% of its global daily revenue, or more than $12 million.
  • Explosion Rocks Kabul Amid NATO Chief, US Defense Secretary Visits

    Explosion Rocks Kabul Amid NATO Chief, US Defense Secretary Visits

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    The attack on the airport, which killed one person and wound 11 others, was claimed by both the Taliban and the Daesh terrorist groups. Shortly after the attacks, Taliban and ISIS-Khorasan claimed responsibility for the attacks. Mattis was speaking at a joint press conference with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg. "It is a classic example of what the Taliban are up to right now", said Mattis.
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    Construction of border wall prototypes begins in San Diego

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    One group that is voicing opposition to the border wall concept is Alliance San Diego . "Having worked for 29 years along the border, it has been a constant evolution". Federal officials will use the prototypes to help make final decisions in hiring wall builders. Six companies were selected to build the concrete and the alternative prototypes.
  • Bank Of Spain Warns Catalonia Independence Referendum Could Hurt Economy

    Bank Of Spain Warns Catalonia Independence Referendum Could Hurt Economy

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    Colau herself is against the region's independence , but condemns the behavior of Spain's "uncompromising government" by Prime Minister Mariano Rahoy, which she says has worsened relations with the Catalan authorities. Raul Romeva, speaking to journalists Thursday in Brussels, said that European Union institutions need to "understand that this is a big issue". Regional president Carles Puigdemont criticized the European Commission in an interview Wednesday with The Associated Press ...
  • Porsche 911 GT2 RS is the fastest 911 ever

    Porsche 911 GT2 RS is the fastest 911 ever

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    The time makes the GT2 RS not only the fastest Porsche 911 of all time around the famous circuit but the fastest Porsche , beating the lap time of the 918 Spyder by more than 10 seconds. Eugen Oberkamm (Director Motorsport - Development Complete Vehicle), Andreas Preuninger (Director GT Model Line), Lars Kern ( Porsche Test Driver) and Dr.
  • Russian Federation and US to build space station in Moon's orbit

    Russian Federation and US to build space station in Moon's orbit

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    What a rendezvous at the deep space gateway could look like. Now the worldwide partners will work together to build a miniature space station in lunar orbit - a type of infrastructure that could serve as a steppingstone for future crewed missions to Mars, NASA officials said.
  • Students stabbed in Bronx school

    Students stabbed in Bronx school

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    Police have not released the names of the victims or suspect. Police are looking into whether bullying led to the deadly incident, sources said. A counselor in the hallway confronted him and took the knife; he was walked to the assistant principal's office, where he sat until police arrived.
  • European rail deal fulfils Macron vision, French fear for jobs

    European rail deal fulfils Macron vision, French fear for jobs

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    The "merger of equals", which developed as Siemens discussed joint ventures with Bombardier , a Canadian maker of trains and planes, is expected to close by the end of next year. The new Siemens Alstom will reportedly benefit from an order backlog of €61.2 billion, revenue of €15.3 billion, an adjusted EBIT of €1.2 billion and an adjusted EBIT-margin of 8.0%.
  • Trump weighs lifting shipping restrictions for Puerto Rico; industry opposed

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    The act allowed only ships manned by the U.S. to carry goods and passengers from one U.S. port to another. Thomas LaCrosse, the Pentagon's director of defense support to civil authorities, said USA officials discussed sending the Comfort to Puerto Rico over the weekend, but ultimately decided not to because ports were not ready to handle a ship that large after the storm.
  • Trump's insult ensures an attack on the USA, says North Korea

    Trump's insult ensures an attack on the USA, says North Korea

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    White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Monday rejected the notion that the US had declared war on North Korea , calling Ri's statement "absurd". At this point, even North Korea must be aware that it's largely outclassed by the U.S. and allied air forces, and that taking them on would be a "suicide mission", Lamrani said.
  • White House commits $200M per year for K-12 computer science education

    White House commits $200M per year for K-12 computer science education

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    Ivanka Trump said it is crucial that young people, especially girls and racial minorities, learn how to write computer code and study computer science. A survey of 18,000 employers around the world in 43 countries conducted earlier this year shows that one in five employers expects technological disruption to increase jobs.
  • ISIS kills Russian general in Syria

    ISIS kills Russian general in Syria

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    On Sept. 16, the SDF said a Russian airstrike wounded six of its fighters, but Moscow denied carrying out the attack. A top Russian Foreign Ministry official has asserted the United States is to blame for the death of a Russian general killed in eastern Syria over the weekend.
  • Iraq Kurds defy Baghdad in historic independence vote

    Iraq Kurds defy Baghdad in historic independence vote

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    Erdogan said: "Our military is not (at the border) for nothing". "I'm so happy I could take part in this independence vote during my lifetime", he added. Iraq, Turkey, Iran, the US, and the United Nations have all spoken out against the KRG referendum, saying it will only distract from the ongoing fight against Daesh and further destabilize the region.
  • North Korean foreign minister compares Trump's threat to dogs barking

    North Korean foreign minister compares Trump's threat to dogs barking

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    Beijing's appeal came as a war of words between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un escalated, with the young North Korean leader calling the 71-year-old American president a "mentally deranged U.S. In Trump's speech Tuesday, he denounced North Korea , vowing to " totally destroy " the country if the USA was provoked. Wang said that the situation of North Korea is of utmost importance and is of common concern among the United Nations member countries.
  • Reports of North Korean tremor could be nuclear test

    Reports of North Korean tremor could be nuclear test

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    The quake was detected in an area around Kilju, in northeastern North Korea , just 6 kilometers (3.7 miles) northwest of where the North conducted its sixth and most powerful nuclear test on September 3, according to an official from Seoul's Korea Meteorological Administration.
  • 2 officers shot by man in New Haven

    2 officers shot by man in New Haven

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    The man can be seen repeatedly punching the officer before the officer appears to get the man in a headlock and they wrestle to the ground. "It becomes very harrowing because when you have a suspect in a house who's already shot two officers, it's not easy", said Hartman.
  • Category 2 Hurricane Maria Could Hit US East Coast

    Category 2 Hurricane Maria Could Hit US East Coast

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    Hurricane Maria will likely track between the Carolinas and Bermuda through early next week. exploiting the same break in a mid-level high pressure ridge that Jose once did. It has maximum sustained winds of 120 miles per hour, down somewhat from the 125 miles per hour winds it was sporting yesterday, but still a Category 3 storm.
  • GOP leaders working on repeal bill changes to win over balky senators

    GOP leaders working on repeal bill changes to win over balky senators

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    The Graham-Cassidy bill would take the funds used for subsidies and the expansion of Medicaid under Obamacare and transfer them to states in block grants , phasing out the funds completely by 2027. But Collins has expressed the view that millions of people who now have insurance to pay their health care bills under Obamacare would lose it under the Republican plan.
  • Shooter kills one, wounds 7 at Tennessee church

    Shooter kills one, wounds 7 at Tennessee church

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    Steven Whidby, another neighbor, said Burnette Chapel used to be a country church with a largely white membership but has recently become more diverse, just like the surrounding neighborhoods in Antioch. Burnette Chapel's minister, Joey Spann, was among the victims, police say. "The doctors told me that 95 percent of the people that experienced what I did would have died right away".
  • Trump Fires Back at Kim in Insult War

    Trump Fires Back at Kim in Insult War

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    Earlier on September 19, Trump , in his first address to the UNGA, attacked North Korea and termed its supreme leader Kim Jong-un as "a rocket man , who is on a suicide mission ". "Whatever Trump might have expected, he will face results beyond his expectation", Kim further said, ending with, "I will surely and definitely tame the mentally deranged United States dotard with fire".
  • Raashi Khanna watches Jr NTR's Jai Lava Kusa with fans

    Raashi Khanna watches Jr NTR's Jai Lava Kusa with fans

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    R's Jai Lava Kusa is receiving a positive response from the audience across the globe.Jr.NTR has enthralled the audience and fans with triple roles and many of them loved Jai character when compared to other roles. Guess What? Jai Lava Kusa on the opening day itself has raked Rs.40 Cr at the worldwide box office. NTR also becomes the first Telugu Hero to have a hattrick of 1.5 Million Dollar films when Jai Lava Kusa gets there probably by the end of this weekend.
  • Britain's minister for London slams

    Britain's minister for London slams "blanket ban" on Uber

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    Khan said: "I know that Uber has become a popular service for many Londoners - but it would be wrong for TfL to licence Uber if there was any way this could pose a threat to Londoners' safety or security". "Any operator of private hire services in London needs to play by the rules". "By wanting to ban our app from the capital, Transport for London and their chairman the Mayor have given in to a small number of people who want to restrict consumer choice", read a petition statement.
  • Justin Thomas pokes fun at Jason Dufner's ripped trousers

    Justin Thomas pokes fun at Jason Dufner's ripped trousers

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    He bogeyed the first hole, the first of four bogeys on his card, but finished his round with a birdie. "If I can get it within three, I would be happy". Justin Thomas , Webb Simpson and Paul Casey tied for the second-round lead as Jordan Spieth slipped four strokes behind at the Tour Championship in Atlanta on Friday .