• Rory McIlroy faces struggle to retain title as he slips down leaderboard
Rory McIlroy faces struggle to retain title as he slips down leaderboard

Rahm already has a short history of strong finishes in his first trip to the TPC Boston. He's not even in the top 60 in strokes gained on approach shots, but the flat stick has been smoking. The Northern Irishman spoke on Thursday of his optimism about returning to a course on which he won in 2012 and 2016. Rahm said after his round on Saturd...

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  • India's Q1 GDP growth slows down to 5.7%
India's Q1 GDP growth slows down to 5.7%

The sector's growth fell steeply to 1.2 per cent in the June quarter, compared to 10.7 per cent in the same quarter previous year. GDP figures had clocked a 6.1 per cent growth rate in the January-March period - its lowest pace of growth in the past nine quarters, mainly due to demonetisation.

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  • Indian Supreme Court to Hear Rohingya Deportation Case
Indian Supreme Court to Hear Rohingya Deportation Case

Meanwhile, authorities in neighboring Bangladesh reported three refugee boats that turned and sank into the Naf River on a trip from Myanmar to Bangladesh. This new chapter of state-sanctioned genocide began when an armed group, which calls itself the ARSA (Armed Rohingya Salvation Army), reportedly attacked a number of Burmese military outpost...

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  • United States retaliates against Russian Federation by giving diplomats the boot from major cities
United States retaliates against Russian Federation by giving diplomats the boot from major cities

She said no Russian diplomats are being expelled - the diplomats in those three building may be reassigned to other Russian consulates in the U.S. After making the announcement, United States officials said that they hope that the two sides "can avoid further retaliatory actions.

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  • Eid al-Adha 2017: Significance of Bakrid And Celebrations
Eid al-Adha 2017: Significance of Bakrid And Celebrations

Eid ul-Adha is not a public holiday, but it is a holiday around the world in Muslim countries. Saudi Arabia's High Judicial Court has confirmed that the first day of the Muslim festival falls on Friday after the new moon crescent was sighted on August 22.

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  • Trump says Missouri Sen. McCaskill should back tax cuts or lose re-election
Trump says Missouri Sen. McCaskill should back tax cuts or lose re-election

Is that what the American people voted for in 2016? The tax system has not been reformed in any significant way since 1986. Air Force One landed just before 1 p.m. It was not clear, for example, whether the goal for 15% corporate tax rate was workable or would aim to reduce the nominal rate - now 39% - or the actual rate that company's pay, which...

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  • Kansas water rescue teams head to Texas
Kansas water rescue teams head to Texas

We needed assistance and got help, and now we're offering it", Herrick said. The fourteen member team is part of Alabama Task Force One. Mike Cannon is the head of Colchester Technical Rescue and is leading the task force deployment. The team left the SORT building around 11 a.m.to join other teams from Middle and Southeastern Tennessee to conv...

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  • Sheriff David Clarke Has Resigned
Sheriff David Clarke Has Resigned

In June, Clarke was supposedly being considered for the Assistant Secretary Position at the Department of Homeland Security. A message seeking comment from the Sheriff's office was not returned. A spokesman for the governor said that process will begin as soon as he is officially notified about the resignation by Milwaukee County. He was later ...

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  • Sean Spicer meets Pope Francis at last
Sean Spicer meets Pope Francis at last

As reported by America Magazine , the group received an audience with Pope Francis in the Vatican on Sunday. A photograph posted on the Vatican Radio's English Facebook page from the event shows Spicer sitting in the front row, taking photos of the pope with his phone.

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  • 11 unforgettable animal rescues in brutal aftermath of Hurricane Harvey
11 unforgettable animal rescues in brutal aftermath of Hurricane Harvey

Naomi Coto carries Simba on her shoulders as they evacuate their home after the area was inundated with flooding from Tropical Storm Harvey on August 27, 2017 in Houston, Texas. What would you save from your home if a natural disaster were to strike? Atlanta Humane Society's Christina Hill explained how animal welfare organizations across th...

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  • Shakib brilliance puts Bangladesh in box seat v Australia
Shakib brilliance puts Bangladesh in box seat v Australia

Taijul Islam's 3-60 and Mehedi Hasan's 2-80 helped Bangladesh a lot to make the apparently hard match easy for the Tigers. Bangladesh then finished the day 45-1, increasing their advantage as they look to record a first win against Australia in six attempts.

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  • Hajj is Beginning, 100 000 Will Take Care of Security
Hajj is Beginning, 100 000 Will Take Care of Security

The wife of Nigeria's President, Aisha Buhari will be joining millions of Muslims to participate in this year's hajj pilgrimage . "I've planned everything for him", said the young mother, pointing to a bottle of water in her bag. Diplomatic ties between the two countries were severed for four years as a effect. A security perimeter has been ...

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  • Guterres decries Israeli settlements in Palestinian territories
Guterres decries Israeli settlements in Palestinian territories

Last week, reports emerged that MKs would be allowed to visit the site, known to Jews as the Temple Mount, in a one-day trial on Tuesday. At the time, Palestinians had accused Israel of attempting to alter the site's historical system of prayer and visiting rights, referred to as the "status quo".

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  • Trump's transgender military ban challenged by civil liberties groups
Trump's transgender military ban challenged by civil liberties groups

Trump's decision appealed to some in his conservative political base while creating uncertainty for thousands of transgender service members, many of whom came out after the Pentagon said in 2016 it would allow transgender people to serve openly.

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  • Dozens rescued from nursing home underwater in Dickinson
Dozens rescued from nursing home underwater in Dickinson

The image was posted to Twitter by Kimberly McIntosh, almost 1,000 miles away in Tampa, along with a desperate plea for help. "Thanks to all the true believers that re-tweeted and got the news organisations involved", he added. "When you get people that are in wheelchairs, or can not get around, or they have walkers, if the water kept coming up, ...

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  • Merkel Opens Door to Diesel Lawsuits as Election Rival Attacks
Merkel Opens Door to Diesel Lawsuits as Election Rival Attacks

The agreement, which was signed by Egypt's Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry and his German counterpart Sigmar Gabriel, aims to slow the flow of migrants to the European country, German government spokesperson Steffen Seibert said on Monday .

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  • Trump Again Threatens Government Shutdown If He Doesn't Get Border Wall Money
Trump Again Threatens Government Shutdown If He Doesn't Get Border Wall Money

Mexico's government has repeatedly said it will not fund the wall , and the Trump administration has gone to Congress for funding. The statement also made clear that Mexico has no interest in renegotiating NAFTA - the trade deal that Trump called one of the worst "ever made" in a separate tweet on Sunday.

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  • Trump considers terminating NAFTA, reaffirms building of southern border wall
Trump considers terminating NAFTA, reaffirms building of southern border wall

On CNN's "New Day" Friday, host Alisyn Camerota quoted Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto telling Trump in a phone call, " Mexico can not pay for that wall". "It sounds like he's unequivocal, the Mexican president, that he's not going to pay for it". "We haven't done it; it's time for Congress to act", he said , voicing his support for a go...

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  • Only 5 percent of Tal Afar remains under IS control: Iraqi army
Only 5 percent of Tal Afar remains under IS control: Iraqi army

Up to 2,000 battle-hardened militants remain in Tal Afar , according to U.S. and Iraqi military commanders. Tal Afar , located 35 miles west of Mosul and on a road from Mosul to the Syrian border, has strategic importance as well a political significance.

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  • USA service member missing after Black Hawk crash off Yemen coast
USA service member missing after Black Hawk crash off Yemen coast

Washington Post quoted U.S. Central Command statement. The U.S. military has experienced a string of tragic and concerning crashes over the past couple of months, leading observers to speculate about the cause, suggesting everything from hacking to poor training.

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