🏀Basketball Game Codes🔢

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🏀Wizards 🆚 Knicks : sb261
🕐GMT 18/11 12:00 am

🏀Jazz 🆚 Bulls : sb262
🕐GMT 18/11 3:30 am

🏀Timberwolves 🆚 76ers : sb263
🕐GMT 18/11 1:00 am

🏀Rockets 🆚 Trail Blazers : sb264
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Duterte offers refugees a home in the Philippines

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has offered to take in the world's refugees at a time many western countries are closing their borders to those who are displaced.

Duterte told Al Jazeera that his decision to welcome refugees into the Philippines, a country of 100 million where poverty is widespread, is …

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How America decided, at the last moment, to elect Donald Trump

Some of the polls were wrong to a degree, yes, but there was also something at work in the final days of the election: People who decided late broke strongly for Donald Trump in the states that mattered, according to exit polls.

In fact, if you look at the four …

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Iraq: Mass grave holding 300 police found

ISIL fighters might be responsible for killing more than 300 Iraqi former police officers three weeks ago and burying them in a mass grave near the town of Hammam al-Alil, south of Mosul, according to Human Rights Watch (HRW).

HRW, the US-based rights watchdog, said on Thursday that some of …

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Mike Pence has his own email controversy in Indiana

For the past year and a half, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence has been mired in a legal dispute over government transparency as his lawyers fight to withhold the contents of an email that some say should be considered public record.

William Groth, a Democratic attorney who sued Pence last year …

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More than 240 refugees died in Mediterranean this week

More than 240 people have died in boats in the Mediterranean Sea this week, according to officials, as horrifying new testimony emerged from survivors of yet another tragedy off the coast of Libya.

The new death toll was based on information gathered by the UN's refugee agency (UNHCR) from 15 …

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S. Korean President may be questioned next week

President Park Geun-hye's lawyer has said prosecutors investigating a corruption scandal engulfing the leader, her aides and acquaintances can question her next week, according to reports. The scandal centres on Park's shadowy confidante Choi Soon-sil, who is accused of using her ties with the president to coerce local firms to …

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Teen hits back at ISIS by sculpting Nimrud's ruined artifacts

When footage emerged of ISIS destroying the ancient city of Nimrud outside Mosul, the world stood powerless in the face of a group of militants using sledgehammers and electric drills to obliterate centuries-old archaeological gems.

But 17-year-old Nenous Thabit rolled up his sleeves and began work on replicating the sculptures …

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ICC🏏 to Monitor WhatsApp, Snapchat📱 Messages

The Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) of ICC🏏 is planning to monitor players' WhatsApp and Snapchat📱 messages to curb match-fixing. Currently, the ACU can't request players to share their social media information. Information such as phone records is only shared by the players. Under the new power extension, suspected🤔 players will be …

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Niger to equip four tertiary institutions with N84.4m

The Niger State Government has approved N84.408m for the purchase of science equipment and construction of laboratories in four tertiary institutions in the state.

The Commissioner for Education, Hajiya Fatima Madugu, made the disclosure on Thursday in Minna while briefing newsmen on the outcome of the meeting of the …

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SUBEB takes over payment of teachers’ salary in Cross River

The Cross River State Universal Basic Education Board has been saddled with the responsibility of paying salaries of primary school teachers across the 18 local government areas of the state.

Stephen Odey, who made this disclosure while briefing journalists in Calabar, said the board would on Tuesday carry out biometric …

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100 missing after migrant boat capsized in Mediterranean

Around 100 people are missing feared drowned in the Mediterranean after a migrant dinghy capsized off Libya, Doctors Without Borders (MSF) said Thursday, citing testimony from 27 survivors.

Departures from Libya are continuing unabated despite worsening weather in the Mediterranean, with more than 3,200 people rescued from crowded and …

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World Crash Remembrance Day: 60 die in 179 crashes in Anambra

The Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) on Thursday said no fewer than 60 persons had died in about 179 road crashes in Anambra in the last 10 months.

The Sector Commander of the FRSC in the state, Mr Sunday Ajayi, said this while addressing journalists on the 2016 edition of …

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President Buhari mourns ex-Minister Rasheed Gbadamosi

President Muhammadu Buhari has commiserated with the Government and people of Lagos State on the passing on of former Minister of National Planning, Chief Rasheed Gbadamosi.

Buhari also extended his condolences to all family members, friends and professional colleagues of the late acclaimed economist, eminent industrialist, playwright and promoter of …

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Okorocha to host 2016 Army Conference

Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State, said plans have been concluded to host the 2016 Chief of Army Staff’s Conference in the State.

Okorocha disclosed this Thursday in Owerri through a release by his Chief Press Secretary, CPS, Mr Sam Onwuemedor.

The release which was the outcome of the …

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