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Ibrahimovic is tremendous even if he does not score - Mourinho

Clearly we want to get the three points on the board, although that will be hard this weekend. "Ibrahimovic is a tremendous player", Mourinho told MUTV. It took United 69 minutes to register an attempt on target but when it came it proved decisive as Ibrahimovic headed substitute Wayne Rooney's scuffed shot home from close range.

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Here's What Super Mario 64 Looked Like On The Xbox One

Of course, Sony might not be too anxious about this since it's gearing up for the release of its more high-spec, more expensive PS4 Pro console in November, an entire year ahead of Microsoft's equivalent Project Scorpio console. We've gone to some really nice events - we're doing our FanFest here, and Xbox Fans in Australia are some of the most passionate, so I'm really glad to be down here for my first time.

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Rosetta spacecraft set for comet crash

Europe's trailblazing deep-space comet exploration for clues to the origins of the Solar System ends Friday with the Rosetta orbiter joining robot lab Philae on the iceball's dusty surface for eternity. The final rocket firing to set up the terminal descent was expected about 14 hours before impact. To place it on the required orbit to rendezvous with Comet 67P/ Churyumov-Gerasimenko , the spacecraft received four gravity assist maneuvers: three from Earth (March 4, 2005; November 13, 2007; ...

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Ssangyong preview next-generation Rexton SUV at Paris Motor Show 2016

In the same way that concept cars for the SsangYong XIV (eXciting user-Interface Vehicle) and SIV (Smart Interface Vehicle) presented the company's ideas for both sub-compact and compact SUVs, the LIV-2 indicates the direction being taken for mid-size D-segment and full size E-segment SUVs.

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Hackers can make $1.5 million jailbreaking iOS 10

Zerodium announced the zero-day bonus on Twitter, and founder Chaouki Bekrar followed up by confirming that Apple's software deserves premium prices. It offers huge prizes to vulnerability researchers if they can find ways to crack into operating systems, because they know that those exploits can then be sold on (at profit) to governments and intelligence agencies.

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Deutsche Bank shares tank below 10 euros for first time

Energy stocks led most markets higher on Thursday, Sept. 29, after OPEC nations reached a preliminary deal to cut oil production for the first time in eight years. Oil prices were down more than 1 percent in late Asian trading after settling at a more than one-month high on Thursday. Merck fell $1.17, or 1.8 percent, to $62.13.

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Europe's Westwood says heat is on USA at Ryder Cup

Stenson handed him a putter, while Justin Rose chipped in a $US100 ($131) bill against the fan making the shot at his first attempt. As for Europe, Clarke said there was never any doubt as to who would lead off for his team. Love acknowledged that as much during his radio interview in which he referred to his squad as "the best golf team maybe ever assembled". Westwood is just five years younger than first time Team Europe captain Darren Clarke.

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Parks close Halloween ride amid charges of stereotyping

A Halloween attraction at two California amusement parks has been closed amid accusations that it was offensive to the mentally ill. Knott's initially removed the 5150 title - the number refers to a section of the California Welfare and Institutions Code, which authorizes a peace officer or clinician to involuntarily confine a person suspected of having a mental disorder that makes them a danger to themselves or others.

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Rosetta spacecraft set to crash land on Comet 67P

Now it's time to watch the grand finale of that mission, because on Friday morning, the European Space Agency ( ESA ) will be putting Philae's partner, Rosetta , to sleep - by slamming it into comet 67P. Stern made his remarks while waiting to board a plane to take him to Darmstadt, Germany, the location of ESA's mission control for Rosetta . Despite travelling at just 1.1mph - a relaxed walking pace - the craft is not designed for landing and so will not survive.

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Shell and BP lead FTSE higher as Opec agrees cut

CRUDE CUT: Shares of energy companies surged after OPEC members struck a preliminary deal to curb output at a meeting in Algeria. The OPEC deal to cut oil production may provide a short-term support for prices, but chances are it won't change the supply outlook much, Goldman Sachs said.

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UN asks India, Pakistan to exercise restraint

Pakistan's military confirmed the death of two soldiers in what it called "naked aggression" but insisted these were not targeted strikes by India across the de facto border running through the disputed Himalayan territory of Kashmir. Naidu said the surgical strike was carried out as Pakistan was not mending its ways and testing Indias patience. He said India was "indulging in diversionary tactics in a bid to deflect attention of the worldwide community from its brutalities against ...

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India aviation regulator lifts restrictions on new Samsung Note 7 phones

It is replacing 2.5m Note 7 handsets that could explode and catch fire. India has lifted restrictions placed on using and carrying Samsung Electronics Co's (005930.KS) Galaxy Note 7 mobile phones on commercial airplanes, but only for devices purchased after September 15, 2016, the country's aviation regulator said.

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UN says EU may ratify Paris Agreement soon

While agreeing to ratify the Paris Agreement, the Cabinet decided that India should declare the following; that India will treat its national laws, its development agenda, availability of means of implementation, its assessment of global commitment to combating climate change , and predictable and affordable access to cleaner source of energy as the context in which the Agreement is ratified.

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Scientists bid farewell to comet probe, eye more discoveries

EDT Friday, Sept. 30, with NASA commentary, interviews and analysis of the successful mission. Led by the Rosetta project scientist Matt Taylor - who famously wore a controversial shirt on a televised update on the mission - a number of other ESA scientists will be on hand to go through numerous other highlights.

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How to identify a new, non-exploding Samsung Galaxy Note 7

Strobel's lawsuit seeks damages for basically everything you'd need after a cellphone almost ruins your life, including medical expenses and lost wages. Samsung's call center in China received another report of an exploding Note 7 the same day. With these three features, most people shouldn't have an issue figuring out if their Note 7 is safe.

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Rosetta's epic space mission to comet 67P comes to an end

We should get fantastic up-close images, though. Rosetta was launched in 2004 carrying 11 science instruments, with several contributions from NASA including: the Microwave Instrument for Rosetta Orbiter (MIRO); the Alice spectrograph; the Ion and Electron Sensor (IES); and the Double Focusing Mass Spectrometer (DFMS) electronics package for the Rosetta Orbiter Spectrometer for Ion Neutral Analysis (ROSINA).

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Amazon Offers $2.5 Million to Advance Conversational A.I

Plus, if the winning team's socialbot can coherently engage with humans for 20 minutes, their school will be awarded $1 million. Amazon will sponsor up to 10 teams, each of which will receive a $100,000 stipend, Alexa-enabled devices, free AWS services, and support from the Alexa team.

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Hillary Clinton Seeks Campaign Lift From Bernie Sanders, Michelle Obama

Monday's debate was the first of three between the presidential candidates before the November 8 election. "Those are two points I think [Trump] could have hit and he didn't", Davis continued. "He needs to take this debate and learn from his mistakes", she said . Trump had only one chance to make a first impression on this scale, and while he wasn't awful, the truth is that he wasn't almost good enough.

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Over 30 people missing after rural China landslides

Zhou Ruichen, a local official, told a reporter from Xinhua News Agency: 'Roughly 400,000 cubic meters (around 14 million cubic feet) of debris slid down the mountains and buried 20 households. The injuries in Taiwan included eight Japanese tourists travelling in a tour bus that turned on its side in central Taiwan. The microblog of Zhejiang Online , the official provincial news portal, showed images of rescuers carrying the survivors on their backs while others dug through rubble to locate ...

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Samsung now having problems with reports of washing machines exploding

In one case, Samsung has agreed to replace a customer's replacement Note 7, but it's not clear how widespread the faulty replacement device issue is now. Until then, the consumer watchdog is warning owners: "Only use the delicate cycle when washing bedding, water-resistant and bulky items". The agency is working with Samsung to resolve this issue.

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Evidence of 'water jets' found on Jupiter's moon

NASA's Astrophysics Division Director Paul Hertz commented on the plume's existence. "It means we may be able to explore that ocean, that ocean of Europa, and for organic chemicals", he said. The findings were presented during a teleconference with reporters, during which the team explained that astronomers believe the plumes rise about 125 miles before raining material back onto Europa's surface.

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Pakistan fury after India launches Kashmir strikes

India's military says it has conducted "surgical strikes" against "terrorist units" in Pakistan it suspects of preparing to infiltrate the part of Kashmir it controls, a claim denounced by the Pakistani army as an "illusion". Further, he said that Pakistani army had already warned Indian troops that it would strike back. "He recalled that it has been a practice in India to blame Pakistan for every such incident but later investigations prove otherwise", the Foreign Office said.

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Oil Prices Rise Further On OPEC Optimism; Analysts Question Deal

Before the meeting in Algeria on Sept 26-28, there were reports that the Opec would not come to any conclusive decision on oil output. We also note that the Saudi OSPs, likely released next week, may also provide some clues as to the winter Saudi export program, and whether any potential production cuts might impact European, Asian, or USA pricing the most.

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Shares in oil giants BP and Shell surge on production cut deal

As before I expect oil prices to remain in the range between $45 and $65 a barrel in the fourth quarter. USA light crude oil CLc1 was down 17 cents at $46.88 a barrel, after first hitting $47.47, its highest since September 8. The official further indicated that the committee is also meant to coordinate a collective agreement between the cartel's members in a bid to accelerate the process of re-balancing the oil market "by sharing the burden of adjusting the output between both OPEC and ...

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"Black Moon" on Friday Night

Unlike other phases of the moon, a new moon is almost invisible because the side of the moon that would be lit by the sun's light is turned away from the Earth. But we've been having new moons about every four weeks for billions of years and the concept of a black moon is dependent on a calendar that's been in use less than 500 years, much more recently than when Jesus and the authors of the Bible or Hecate were in their prime.

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Presidential debate breaks United States ratings record in Clinton-Trump face-off

I prepared to be president. With time winding down ahead of the election, the debate may have been Clinton's best chance to win over what many see as a natural base of support for the Democratic nominee. Trump's claim that he did bad work by producing a letter complimenting the job he did. Also, in 2008 and 2012 there was little audience fall-off between the first and second presidential debates.

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Cabrera shines for Tigers through the raindrops

The series finale today never began and was called after a delay of 4 hours, 13 minutes. On the short list of AL Rookie of the Year candidates alongside Cleveland Indians outfielder Tyler Naquin, Texas Rangers outfielder Nomar Mazara, and New York Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez, Fulmer will have to wait until 2017 to attempt to lead the league in ERA.

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No results on Dez Bryant MRI; he will not practice today

The Cowboys only concern with letting Bryant play through this injury is that he may cause more damage to his knee which would cause him to miss more time. Bryant did not practice on Wednesday. Last season he missed seven games last season due to a broken bone in his foot and returned much sooner than expected.

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Young Voters Love Gary Johnson -- For All the Wrong Reasons

So global warming is in our - in our future. And the long-term view is, is that in billions of years, the sun is going to actually grow and encompass the Earth, right? He's since said that the comment was a joke, but recently told ABC news that he thinks we should be looking at colonising a little further afield.

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United Nations warns of 'disaster' once Iraqi troops take on IS in Mosul

A prominent jihadi leader and Deputy Chief of Military in the Islamic State (ISIS) group was killed in an airstrike by the US-led coalition in northern Iraq, officials said on Thursday. On Wednesday, Defense Secretary Ash Carter said the troops will assist local security forces as they prepare to retake the Iraqi city of Mosul from ISIS.

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Final Fantasy VII Remake Details Coming In December

The magazine showed photos of Shiva, who players will be able to summon in " Final Fantasy XV". Square Enix has yet to announce the release for the much-awaited remake of " Final Fantasy VII" but gamers predict that since it is touted as a multi-part installment, the first one may be released in 2018 followed by another two episodes in 2019 and 2020.

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Donald Trump turns on debate moderator Lester Holt

Debnam added that the former first lady's lead is modest but persistent. The online poll found that 56 percent of American adults felt Clinton did a better job, compared with 26 percent who believed the Republican did better. "I am an outsider, fighting for you", said Trump, who has never held elective office. "Hillary Clinton has it all". Clinton has experienced a slight bump from her well-received performance.

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Syria: US on verge of ending peace talks with Russian Federation

One of the options on the table is understood to be sanctions against Russian and Syrian institutions and individuals - possibly including pilots and unit commanders - who were involved in the targeting of a United Nations humanitarian convoy, and the use of bunker-busting and incendiary bombs on Aleppo's densely populated eastern districts, home to 275,000 besieged people.

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Eight million United Kingdom users affected by Yahoo hack

After this hack changing the Yahoo passwords will have to be the first step of the Yahoo users to keep themselves safe from the hack. Yahoo has urged all users to change their passwords and security questions in wake of the breach. Vogel, a partner in the security and compliance practice of Sikich, a professional services firm in Naperville, Ill. BT's help page says : "If you haven't changed your password since 2014 we recommend you change it now".

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South Australia Storms Leave State Without Power

Among the infrastructure physically damaged was th state's electricity interconnects to Victoria (and thence to the eastern states' grid). NSW is next in line for the mega-storm that caused havoc across South Australia. "The fact that we've had a one in 50-year storm is not due to renewable energy, it's due to the weather", Shorten told reporters. "To talk about hospitals shutting down was irresponsible", she said.


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