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Rooney expects big things of 'fantastic' United

He is a fantastic player and he will shine for us this season there is no doubt". "I think we'll be challenging this season". Rooney admitted the priority was to avoid defeat against Jürgen Klopp's team but was adamant United carried a threat.

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Trump and Clinton lock horns in final presidential debate

Unconventional as always, the celebrity businessman wouldn't commit to conceding the election if he fails to win the White House, a staggering declaration by a presidential nominee. " He goes after their dignity and self-worth". "I want you to know that our family will support your family", Hillary Clinton said. His unwillingness to say he'll accept the results of the election should he lose will give Clinton another way to argue that he doesn't have the temperament to be president.

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Mars landing: what happened to the Schiaparelli probe?

Still, it's a setback for both space agencies after a seemingly normal descent from the craft, which was launched in March. It was being tracked from Earth by the Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope (GMRT), located in Pune, India . The uncertainty overshadowed the successful orbital insertion of the Schiaparelli's sister spacecraft, the Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO). TGO carries a variety of scientific equipment to measure and observe the Martian environment from orbit, where it joins the Mars ...

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IS attacks Iraqi special forces with car bombs

The UN refugees organization UNHCR says it has set up camps in the Kurdish Autonomous Region of Iraq that can host 45,000 civilians fleeing the fighting in Mosul. Kerem Kinik, head of the Turkish Red Crescent organization, told The Associated Press on Wednesday that the "humanitarian aspect" of the Mosul operation had not been well thought out by the coalition forces.

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Qualcomm Announces First 5G Modem By 2018

Speaking of the never-seen-before download speeds, the company is able to achieve this feat by using the very high frequency spectrum which the company calls as millimetre waves (or simply mmWave). Qualcomm, with the X50 chip, hopes to understand how 5G will work in order to release "a more complete version" of the technology in the near future.

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Dragon Ball Super English simulcast begins this Saturday

Hit, for those who don't watch Dragon Ball Super , is the legendary assassin from Universe 6 who appeared during the Universe 6 saga where Universe 6 and Universe 7 (the Universe that houses Goku and the rest of the Z Fighters) were pitted against each other in a giant tournament.

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ExoMars TGO Successfully Enters Mars Orbit, Schiaparelli Situation under Assessment

The European Space Agency ( ESA ) has confirmed that the ExoMars orbital gas analysis lab is following its intended trajectory, but says it does not yet know whether the surface lander managed to survive impact on the Red Planet. The orbiter, which also has NASA-made instruments on board, will analyze methane and other gases in the atmosphere. Regardless of what happened to Schiaparelli , the ESA and Russian Federation are planning on more Mars missions.

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Exploration project ExoMars arrives at Mars

High-stakes manoeuvres should see a test lander dubbed Schiaparelli make a risky dash for the surface at 1442 GMT, while the Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO) enters a gravity loop around our planetary neighbour. The current pantheon of successfully operating rovers and landers were all sent by NASA; these include Curiosity and the 2004 twin rovers, Spirit and Opportunity.

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Google Pixel review: A worthy Android rival to the iPhone

Google has two brand spanking new phones to choose from - the Pixel and the Pixel XL. The new Pixel smartphones, Google Home device, and its virtual reality headset were announced a few weeks ago but there's no way for Kiwis to buy them unless you or someone you know is heading overseas.

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Will Trump accept election results? He'll get back to you

Asked again if he would accept the results, Mr Trump replied: "I will tell you at the time ". In the Washington Post, conservative opinion writer Jennifer Rubin wrote that across 11 primary debates and three general election face-offs with Clinton, Trump has learned nothing and never improved his performance.

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California attorney general investigating Wells Fargo bank

The stock gained 1.01% in total of its share price. Investigators alleged that Wells Fargo had in some cases targeted Mexican nationals with identification cards issued by consular offices. The last stock price is down -6.41% from the 200-day moving average, compared to the Standard & Poor's 500 Index which has decreased -0.01% over the same time period.

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Lam Research Corporation Q1 Income Declines 9%

Let's take a deeper look at the June 2016 earnings forecast, particularly something that investors should watch closely when picking stocks. The stock now has a consensus rating of "Buy" and an average price target of $101.38. Neville Rodie & Shaw Inc. now owns 54,877 shares of the company's stock valued at $4,613,000 after buying an additional 296 shares during the period.

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Trump on hacking into Democratic accounts

USA officials have pledged to retaliate in kind, and Putin reportedly warned Kremlin journalists Monday that they are under surveillance from the National Security Agency. "I think it would be wonderful", Trump told Michael Savage in an interview for his radio show. The Russian government has been accused of tampering with the United States presidential elections.

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Pearl Jam's Former Drummer Dave Abbruzzese Responds to Rock Hall Snub

The wave of fresh names comes after the Rock Hall was scolded by many critics for most of its recent class - Cheap Trick, Chicago, Deep Purple, Steve Miller and N.W.A. It did not include David Abbruzzese (pictured above with the band in the foreground), who played with Pearl Jam as their third of five drummers. Pearl Jam has not responded to Abbruzzese, though Billboard has reached out to a representative for comment.

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USA warship again targeted in failed missile attack from Yemen

It was the third unsuccessful attack on a United States warship, which USA officials say are emanating from Houthi held parts of Yemen , in little more than a week. While Mason fired counter-measures to protect itself, it is yet unconfirmed if the suspected threats are cruise missiles or originated in Yemen . The officials were not authorized to discuss the incident publicly and spoke on condition of anonymity.

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China launches mission to dock with space station

Wu Ping, deputy director of the China Manned Space Agency, told a press conference on Sunday that Tiangong-2 was in stable condition and would meet the requirements for docking with Shenzhou-11 and accommodating the astronauts. Fan Changlong, a vice chairman of China's Central Military Commission, met with the astronauts Monday before the launch, the country's state news agency Xinhua reported, according to Reuters .

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LeEco North America Launches Product, Content Ecosystem Including 4K Ultra HDTVs

At an event in San Francisco, LeEco said it would begin selling smartphones and smart TVs in the US on November 2. LeEco also has a line of TVs and smartphones, the Le S3 and Le Pro 3, and there's a VR headset for the phones, too.

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NASA's Juno spacecraft entered safe mode

The data shows that these mysterious stripes descend toward the surface. NASA's Juno spacecraft lost its main computer and science instruments shortly before it was due to make an orbital pass near Jupiter on Wednesday, scuttling highly anticipated close-up observations of the largest planet in the solar system.

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Scientists Wait To See If Probe Successfully Landed On Mars

Britain's Beagle 2 was ejected from the Mars Express spacecraft in 2003 but never made contact after failing to deploy its solar panels upon landing. While Schiaparelli has some scientific instruments on board, its main objective is to rehearse the landing and test technology for a European rover mission to Mars in 2020 .

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Michelle Obama dazzles in her final state dinner as first lady

Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's wife Agnese Landini also sparkled in a floor-length, silver, and gray gown as the First Families stepped inside the White House for the final state dinner. Batali, executive chef Cristeta Comerford and pastry chef Susie Morrison settled on a menu of sweet potato ravioli with browned butter and sage, warm butternut squash salad and an entree of beef pinwheels, an Italian classic, served with broccoli rabe.

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Clinton refuses to address claims against Clinton foundation

Clinton did not address Trump's question, instead touting the work that the foundation has done around the world, including raising $30 million for hurricane-ravaged Haiti. Clinton shot back that her family's group spends 90% of its donations on charitable programs. "It just is astonishing", she said. Moderator Chris Wallace said that before Clinton became Secretary of State, she promised that there would be no conflict of interest with the Clinton Foundation, except that donors appeared ...

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Donald Trump Says He Will Get 'Bad Hombres' Out of US

Throughout his campaign, Trump has remained committed to building a wall along the roughly 3,218 kilometre US border with Mexico. Yet the issue took a backseat during previous debates. "I think it's an idea that would rip our country apart", she said. Clinton said she does not want to see undocumented parents separated from their American-born children.

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Czechs condemn UNESCO controversial Jerusalem resolution

Roemer, who is Jewish, walked out of last Thursday's vote on the UNESCO resolution in a personal protest against his country's support for it. Your current subscription does not provide access to this content. All resolutions passed at this year's General Conference were set to be validated by the UNESCO Executive Board in a blanket vote on Tuesday. With the recent election of former Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Guterres - by many accounts, a friend of Israel - as secretary ...

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Russian lawmakers back Putin's suspension of plutonium deal

The back-and-forth began after Clinton accused Trump of favoring Russia's leader over American military and intelligence experts. Putin went a step further, according to a report by UPI and said that, "Russia's security works under strict guidelines while the NSA, or U.S.

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Final Trump-Clinton face off set for Wednesday night

Most Americans will cast their votes on 8 November. Malik Obama is supporting Donald Trump for president, even attending Wednesday's Las Vegas debate as the republican candidate's guest, Page Six reports. He said there was little indication that it could be, given that elections are run by state and local authorities, with people from both parties supervising polling sites and ballot counting.

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Capuchin monkeys create tools like hominins, a new study has shown

In the absence of fossils, stone tools can be an important way to document that humans were even present at a site. "But it might also mean that if you find flakes in a 3.3-million-year-old sediment, you shouldn't automatically assume they were made by hominids, or assume intentionality".

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United Kingdom dentists condemn call for child migrants' teeth to be tested

It said "essential checks have been made on these young people for their safety and the safety of others" and added: "This means verifying their ages, confirming their identities and eligibility to come to the United Kingdom and running security checks".

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WikiLeaks Releases 12th Batch Of Clinton Campaign Emails

Jennifer Palmieri, now the Clinton campaign's communications director, responded that media mogul Rupert Murdoch and others are Catholics because they think it's "the most socially acceptable politically conservative religion", adding , "Their rich friends wouldn't understand if they became evangelicals".

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Trump demands more answers on Clinton emails

The information comes just as the USA presidential election pulls into the final stretch, with Clinton maintaining a clear lead over Republican rival Donald Trump in most recent polls. But one of McCauley's colleagues characterized the conversation as a "quid pro quo". It became the subject of a House Oversight Committee investigation, which first began looking into her email in connection with an attack on a USA consulate in Libya in 2012.

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Billy Bush leaves NBC over Trump tape

And people - they don't really know me". Because they were kind of - ah - boy talk. "It's boy talk! 'Bad boys, bad boys, what you gonna do?" she said on the Skype call, to which Colbert reminded her that her husband is a 70-year-old man.

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Kim Kardashian-West is 'taking some much-needed time off'

She said she isn't sure when Kim, 35, will make another public appearance, but she batted down rumours that her sister will be leaving the family's reality series Keeping Up With the Kardashians . "[Kris] told her that Keeping Up with the Kardashians has made her an global star", continued the source, noting that Jenner told Kim that she "shouldn't let what happened deny her the success it's taken her years to achieve".

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ExoMars mission: Lander to touch down on Mars

A Schiaparelli crash could impact on plans for the 2020 rover, although that mission is now using a different type of landing system, ESA scientist Olivier Witasse said during a webcast press conference at the American Astronomical Society meeting in Pasadena, California.

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Robot Explorers Headed for Mars Quest

It is due to enter the Martian atmosphere at around 3.42pm on Wednesday, travelling at roughly 21,000 km/h (13,050 mph). Mission controllers were anxiously awaiting confirmation Wednesday that a tiny European craft had landed on Mars as part of an ambitious quest with Russian Federation to find evidence of life on the Red Planet.

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Missiles fired at U.S. warship near Yemen in third such incident

Another U.S. defense official, speaking on condition of anonymity, told Reuters: "We are assessing the situation". A United States Navy destroyer was again targeted in the Red Sea in an apparent failed missile attack launched from the coast of Yemen , said a USA admiral.

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Galaxy Note 8: Experts Think Samsung Should Kill The Note Brand

In the statement, Samsung expects to take a blow of 2 trillion won ($1.8 billion) during fourth quarter of 2016, and a blow of 1 trillion won ($900 million) during the first quarter of 2017. The US Consumer Product Safety Commission has once again made Samsung's recall of the Note 7 official, extending its formal recall notice to replacement devices as well as original ones.


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