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*Tonight's ⚽ Highlights*

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Italian traffic cops' new weapon: A 200 mph Lamborghini Huracan

The supercar will be used for special assignments such as the urgent transport of blood and organs, but when its not required for ultra-quick deliveries, it will patrol the highways surrounding the Italian city of Bologna, according to the manufacturer.

Another Huracan has been operated by Rome's traffic cops since …

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Ethiopia extends state of emergency by four months

The Ethiopian parliament has extended by four months a state of emergency it declared six months ago after almost a year of often violent anti-government demonstrations.

"We still have some anti-peace elements that are active and want to capitalise on disputes that arise among regional states in the country," Ethiopia's …

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I-85 fire: Section of Atlanta highway collapses

An elevated section of northbound Interstate 85, a major north-south artery for the Southeast, collapsed Thursday evening in Atlanta after a massive fire, officials said. Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed said the collapse is not related to terrorism.

Interstate traffic was stopped and turned around, creating jams that extended 5 miles …

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Chios: Syrian refugee critical after 'self-immolation'

Videos posted on social media showed the 29-year-old man - who was holding what looked like a fuel container and a lighter - being engulfed by flames, just moments after a tussle with a police officer who had grabbed him from behind in an apparent bid to stop him from setting himself …

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Duterte allies seek power to postpone village elections

Allies of Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte have drafted a bill aimed at postponing over 40,000 village council elections as part of the government's war on drugs, granting him power to choose replacements.

Duterte claimed that 40 percent of the country's village chiefs, identified as barangay captains, are "into drugs …

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Blast rocks city in northwest Pakistan

A bomb apparently targeting a mosque in Pakistan's northwestern city of Parachinar killed at least 10 (Update: 24) people on Friday and wounded dozens in an attack claimed by the Pakistani Taliban.

It is suspected to be a remote controlled device planted in a vehicle, Ikramullah Khan, a political agent …

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Meet the Hunter Troop: Norway's tough-as-nails female soldiers

She's marched for miles carrying gear that weighs as much as she does, killed animals for food during survival training and practised jumping out of planes to get behind enemy lines.

More than 300 women applied in the first year, and about a dozen recruits are now passing the gruelling …

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Gujarat: India state approves life term for killing cows

The western Indian state of Gujarat has passed a law making the slaughter of cows punishable with life imprisonment.

Under an amendment to the state's Animal Preservation Act, those found guilty of transporting beef will also be jailed for 10 years.

Gujarat Minister of State Pradipsinh Jadeja told reporters that …

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🇿🇦South Africa Cabinet Reshuffle🔁 Update

The government, including fired finance minister Pravin Gordhan, has repeated that ministers serve at the pleasure of the president The DA , Anton Katz,is seeking to prevent the new ministers appointed by President Jacob Zuma from being sworn in. Malema reiterates that the EFF will not march to the Gupta …

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Have a Donkey to Trade? China Has an Exchange for That

Chances are, if you can buy it or sell it, China has an exchange for it. The latest example? The China Donkey Exchange. It’s one of more than 1,000 trading venues that now dot Asia’s largest economy, up from 300 in 2011, according to SunSirs, a provider …

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Federer saves two match points to beat Berdych in Miami

Roger Federer stared down defeat and saved two match points before knocking Tomas Berdych out of the Miami Open on Thursday with a 6-2 3-6 7-6(6) victory in their thrilling quarter-final.

Federer will next face Nick Kyrgios on Friday after the 12th seeded Australian edged German teenager Alexander Zverev …

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🇨🇳China Bans ☪Muslims Wearing 'Abnormal' Beards or Veils

China has announced that it is implementing new measures including a ban on 'abnormal' beards in its heavily Muslim region of Xinjiang. Veils have also been banned in public places along with refusing to watch or listen to state media, as part of the new 'Regulations on Extremisation of Xinjiang …

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