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  • Ending a long wait on the line for both Croatia, England
Ending a long wait on the line for both Croatia, England

Ex-Real Madrid forward Davor Suker, the current president of the country's football federation, was the golden boot victor in 1998 with six goals for a team that also featured AC Milan midfielder Zvonimir Boban, as well as defenders Igor Stimac and Slaven Bilic - both of whom played in England.

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  • Plane Crashes in Pretoria, South Africa
Plane Crashes in Pretoria, South Africa

ER24 spokesman Russel Meiring said that ER24 paramedics‚ along with several other services‚ were on the scene treating and triaging the injured. "There is smoke all over and paramedics are on the scene". South African Civil Aviation Authority said it will issue a statement with further details on Wednesday. The plane was marked Martin's Air C...

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  • China May Be 'Exerting Negative Pressure' on North Korea, Trump Says
China May Be 'Exerting Negative Pressure' on North Korea, Trump Says

While Pompeo offered a relatively positive assessment of his meetings, North Korea's Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the USA betrayed the spirit of last month's summit between President Donald Trump and Kim by making "unilateral and gangster-like" demands on "CVID", or the complete, verifiable and irreversible denuclearization of ...

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  • Right-Wing Judicial Group Targets 4 Democrats In Supreme Court Fight
Right-Wing Judicial Group Targets 4 Democrats In Supreme Court Fight

Rick Santorum said Monday that President Donald Trump "bowed to the elite in Washington " by picking Judge Brett Kavanaugh as his Supreme Court nominee. Luther Strange, cutting the GOP's Senate majority to 51-49. Sens. Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota, Joe Manchin of West Virginia, and Joe Donnelly of IN are up for re-election this year IN s...

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  • US Military identifies soldier killed in
US Military identifies soldier killed in "insider attack" in Afghanistan

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo , right, arrives for a press conference with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, second right, at the presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan , Monday, July 9, 2018. Attacks by Afghan security forces against coalition troops working alongside them were common in Afghanistan several years ago, when the Pentagon h...

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  • Dalic: We will try to stop Kane
Dalic: We will try to stop Kane

See also on our website the full schedule for the 2018 world Cup in Russian Federation. She wrote: 'Best feeling ever when your brother scores for England in the quarter finals of the World Cup . "We also feel we've had events on when we've been in camp when some of those guys have been in, when the road was named at St George's after Sir Al...

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  • Nato’s two problems: Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin
Nato’s two problems: Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin

I would urge other (Nato members) to work towards that'. Some U.S. officials expressed their concern about a meeting without any other aides present. In direct costs, the USA now pays about 22 percent of NATO's "principal budgets" that are funded by all alliance members based on a cost-sharing formula that factors in the gross national income of ...

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  • A quick look at the
A quick look at the "final four" Supreme Court candidates

A global team of about 30 correspondents in New York, London, Hong Kong and other major cities provides expert analysis in real time . "I have often heard that other than matters of war and peace, this is often the most important decision a president will make", Mr.

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  • California wildfire burns 30,500 acres, destroys 72 structures
California wildfire burns 30,500 acres, destroys 72 structures

The state's largest blaze, the 138-square-mile (357-square-kilometer) County Fire, is 57 percent contained. Chief Meteorologist/Climatologist for 11 News in Colorado Springs, said "No, this isn't a firewhirl, it is a legit tornado produced by a thunderstorm that moved across the Weston Pass Fire ".

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  • China imposes retaliatory duties on 800 goods from US
China imposes retaliatory duties on 800 goods from US

A solid pickup in hiring by United States employers last month also helped keep investors in a buying mood. The first round of these tariffs were due to take affect at 4pm NZT. Trump in 2016. He has also threatened a 10% levy on an additional $200bn of Chinese goods if Beijng "refuses to change its practices". Erin Ennis, senior vice-presiden...

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  • Canada heat wave death toll hits 54
Canada heat wave death toll hits 54

Numerous victims were men over the age of 50 living alone in private apartments and seniors' residences, according to David Kaiser of Montreal's public health department. Environment Canada lifted heat warnings for the regions, including Quebec, for the next several days. "What we know is, first they have heat stroke".

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  • Woman exposed to nerve agent in southern England has died
Woman exposed to nerve agent in southern England has died

Dawn Sturgess, 44, was one of five people who have become became critically after being exposed to the military-grade nerve agent in the Salisbury area. "Police and security officials are working urgently to establish the facts of this incident, which is now being treated as murder", May said. " The Government is committed to providing full sup...

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  • 'Today is D-Day': Rescuers begin mission to extract Thai cave boys
'Today is D-Day': Rescuers begin mission to extract Thai cave boys

The soccer team's ordeal has drawn huge media attention in Thailand and overseas, as monsoon conditions worsened amid a frantic search to find the trapped youngsters. He said the first boys could emerge from the cave at around 2pm Irish time. "We have two obstacles: water and time". Rescuers have begun an operation to bring the 12 trapped chi...

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  • Trump adviser says two Supreme Court candidates are tougher sell
Trump adviser says two Supreme Court candidates are tougher sell

Foreseeing inevitable news break-ins to offer coverage and analysis, broadcasters are rejiggering their primetime lineups so as to keep too much fresh summer fare from being preempted. "I think in regards to Kethledge and Tom Hardiman they are a little less known by conservatives and their records are a little bit lighter so it might take some tim...

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  • Tropical depression forms off NC coast and may become Tropical Storm Chris
Tropical depression forms off NC coast and may become Tropical Storm Chris

Hurricane Beryl was located near latitude 10.6 North, longitude 45.1 West early Friday morning. There are now no coastal watches or warnings in effect. And the tiny but quickly strengthening Category 1 Beryl is forecast to remain a hurricane as it approaches the Lesser Antilles. They have projected top winds to reach 100 miles per hour before ...

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  • Trump Contrasts North Korea Results: Obama Was ‘Very Close’ to War
Trump Contrasts North Korea Results: Obama Was ‘Very Close’ to War

So Trump sent Pompeo with a copy of the song on CD. The two sides will meet again on Saturday morning at 9 a.m.in Pyongyang, although it's unclear if Pompeo will meet with Kim Jong Un , as he has on his previous two visits. "As it is declared that there will be no more war on the Korean peninsula, there is no reason for THAAD to be in my count...

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  • Investigators' emails to US Rep. Jordan went to bad address
Investigators' emails to US Rep. Jordan went to bad address

No question in my mind. Jordan, a Republican member of the House Freedom Caucus who coached wrestling at Ohio State from 1986 to 1994, denied any knowledge of alleged abuse by the team's doctor, Richard Strauss , who died in 2005. "Mike wrestled with us, was a friend, but something's changed", Jordan told reporters. "I think Jim is in a posi...

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  • Ex-Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif sentenced to 10 years over corruption
Ex-Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif sentenced to 10 years over corruption

Bashir also fined Sharif a sum of 8 million British pounds, about $10.6 million while his daughter was fined 2 million British pounds, about $2.6 million. The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) court accused Sharif and his family of being unable to legitimately show the money trail for the purchase of several luxurious properties in London, mos...

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