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⚽ 📺 April 6, 2017 ⚽ 📺

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Eibar 3⃣ - 1⃣ Las Palmas 📹

Valencia 3⃣ - 2⃣ Celta Vigo 📹

Twente 2⃣ - 2⃣ PSV Eindhoven 📹

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African-American Quadruplets accepted at Harvard and Yale together‼

The Wade quadruplets, Nick, Zach, Aaron, and Nigel, of Liberty Township, Ohio, have all been accepted at Harvard and Yale👏

Besides Harvard and Yale, the Wade brothers have loads of options for the next four years. Nick got into Duke, Georgetown and Stanford. Aaron is in at Stanford, too. Nigel …

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Australia warns of Anzac Day terror threat in Turkey

The Australian government has warned that terrorists may seek to target Anzac Day commemorations in Turkey later this month.

Australian Minister for Veterans' Affairs Dan Tehan said his government had received information of a possible threat to Turkey's Gallipoli peninsula.

"We have confidence in the Turkish authorities to secure the …

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Autopsy 'shows chemical weapons used in Syria attack'

Autopsy results have revealed that chemical weapons were used in an attack which killed more than 80 people in Syria's Idlib province, according to Turkey's justice minister.

The government assault on Idlib province has continued, a monitoring group said on Thursday, with air raids killing at least 27 people - including …

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South China Sea: Duterte orders Philippines military to occupy islands

Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte said Thursday he has ordered military personnel to occupy all Philippines-claimed islands in the disputed South China Sea.

Under Duterte's predecessor, Benigno Aquino, Manila won a landmark case at an international tribunal in the Hague, which ruled China had no legal basis for the bulk of …

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Germany seeks to fine social media over hateful posts

The German government has approved a draft law to fine social networks up to 50 million euros ($53m) if they fail to remove hateful postings and fake news reported by users quickly, prompting concerns over freedom of expression. "There should be just as little tolerance for criminal rabble-rousing on social …

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Lawmakers to Trump: Time to act on Syria

Republican lawmakers are ramping up their calls for the Trump administration to act against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in the wake of Tuesday's chemical attack that killed dozens.

The calls are coming from many of the same lawmakers in both parties who for years urged President Barack Obama to do …

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Norway to spend $315M on world's first ship tunnel

The mile-long, 118-feet-wide tunnel will pass through the narrowest part of the Stad peninsula in western Norway, allowing freight and passenger ships to bypass the stormy, exposed Stadhavet Sea and avoid a highly treacherous part of the Scandinavian nation's coastline.

"The Kråkenes lighthouse, just south of Stad, is the meteorological …

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Gambians vote in first post-Jammeh poll

Gambians have begun voting for members of their one-chamber parliament in the the first polls since Yahya Jammeh left power after more than 22 years.

President Barrow used to be a member of the United Democratic Party (UDP), but quit after being chosen as the opposition coalition's presidential candidate so …

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South Africa’s Zuma Gets Backing From ANC

Embattled South Africa's President, Jacob Zuma, has survived another attempt to force him out of office for the umpteenth time.

This time, the President received the backing of a major decision-making body within the ruling African National Congress (ANC).

The committee was reviewing a complaint by some of the ANC …

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The oldest woman in space gets an extra three months in orbit

NASA has revealed that astronaut Peggy Whitson will remain on the International Space Station until September.

The 57-year-old astronaut arrived last November and was supposed to return to Earth in June.

But under an agreement between NASA and the Russian Space Agency, she'll stay another three months and take advantage …

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SpaceX finally reveals footage of its historic recycled rocket landing

SpaceX made history last week when it achieved the first-ever reuse of an orbital-class booster, which CEO Elon Musk had deemed ‘a huge revolution for spaceflight’.

However, the firm failed to show video of the booster, as its cameras onboard its drone ship mysteriously cut out.

Now, the first has …

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🏴ISIS' Largest Mass Killing Since 2016: 33 Executed🔪

Isis has carried out its largest mass killing this year, executing 33 people, according to a monitoring group.

The terror group carried out mass execution in the al-Mayadin desert, near the strategic city of Deir Ezzor, the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported.

It said its activists were "able …

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