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Video shows cop slam woman face-first onto sidewalk

Police say Surat "remained at the scene, at which time she physically obstructed and struck an officer". As she takes a few steps back, he flips her face-first onto the brick ground. Poor girl!' said one shocked user while another said of the police: "'Not cool". Fort Collins' police chief on Sunday said a publicly available cellphone video showing an officer throwing a 22-year-old woman onto a sidewalk lacks "the context" but he refused to release police body-camera video from the scene.

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Kerber to face Pavlyuchenkova for Monterrey title

Overall, it wasn't the best serving display from both, with 8 breaks in total, but Suarez Navarro just failed to make any impact on her second serve, and that cost her the match. Eventually winning 4-6, 6-2, 6-4, the world No. 16 cruised through the final two sets of the championship match. She will be a pivotal part of the GB team as they fly to Romania to attempt to get into World Group II, but before that she is off to the inaugural tournament in Biel for some clay court time.

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NASA's Peggy Whitson takes command of space station

Today Peggy Whitson is becoming the first woman ever to command the ISS in two opportunities. She might be coming back home on a Soyuz vehicle in September. As per the new decision, Soyuz spacecraft, carrying the Expedition 51/52 crew, NASA's Jack Fischer and Fyodor Yurchikhin of Roscosmos, will reach the International Space Station on April 20, 2017, with one empty seat.

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Two-thirds of Great Barrier Reef hit by mass coral bleaching

Presently this year, analysts with the ARC Center of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies at James Cook University in Queensland, who detailed the past discoveries, say that the reef's focal segment has been hit by one more year of harming warmth.

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Premium iPhone 8 to be delayed - Brian White

If this research note is accurate, the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus will be available to purchase in September, with initial iPhone 8 availability stretching into October or possibly November. Meanwhile, the rumor for a Smart Connector on an iPhone marks a return, this time coming from an Israeli tech blog. In fact, the last iPhone model to look markedly different from the current design was the iPhone 5s which was released all the way back in 2013.

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Klopp: Coutinho Lost Weight Before Stoke Match

Jurgen Klopp revealed that Coutinho had lost 3 kilos since Wednesday. The life of a coach! "The second save happened so quickly and I've not seen it back but when a ball comes in like that you just have to try to make yourself big and throw yourself in front of the ball".

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London attacker's wife 'shocked and saddened' by husband's crime

Westminster attacker Khalid Masood died from a single gunshot wound to the chest, an inquest has heard. Inquests were opened Wednesday for those killed in the attack: Palmer, age 48; British college administrator Aysha Frade, age 44; USA tourist Kurt Cochran, age 54; and 75-year-old south London resident Leslie Rhodes, whose life support was turned off Thursday.

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Arsene Wenger: I'm not scared of Arsenal fans' criticism

Wenger also ruled out Laurent Koscielny and Petr Cech from the West Ham clash with injuries. I lead with the values I think are important in life. Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said on Tuesday his side remain in the race for a top-four Premier League finish despite the recent slump in form and will look to ensure a positive end to the season.

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Russian investigators search flat of suspected metro bomber's acquaintances

Petersburg apartment and bringing out three men in handcuffs. A suicide bomber set off an explosive device Monday afternoon on a train moving from Tekhnologichesky Institute towards Sennaya Ploshchad station on Line 2 (Moskovsko-Petrogradskaya) of the St.

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic makes hilarious comparison to movie character after Man United win

With the EPL's top four all having won on Saturday, it was essential for United to return to winning ways having been left disappointed by home draws in its previous two games. Benjamin Button, a fictional character created by celebrated American writer F Scott Fitzgerald, was born with the physical characteristics of an elderly man and died as an infant boy.

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EPL: Ibrahimovic sparks Manchester Utd against 10-man Sunderland

Already a goal down, Sunderland's chances of mounting an unlikely comeback were heavily dented when Sebastian Larsson was sent off for a challenge on Ander Herrera. Divisive midfielder Maroaune Fellaini captained Mourinho's side on Wearside in the absence of seven first-team regulars, but strength in depth meant such absentees were not problematic against the league's bottom side.

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Apple iPhone 8 to include Smart Connector for wireless charging, VR/AR accessories

A new report from Israeli site The Verifier has today claimed that iPhone 8 is set to sport the iPad Pro Smart Connector, and it will be used for wireless charging and augmented reality features in the future. In this device, this feature is designed as a port which provides power and data connection to few accessories like keyboards. The Verifier also claims that the Smart Connector might also be used for augmented/virtual reality accessories in some way too.

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Large asteroid is going to come 'very close' to Earth

They argue that we have no reason to worry because its trajectory indicates that the chances to hit us are close to zero. It's a perfectly safe distance: NASA writes that there's "no possibility for the asteroid to collide with our planet" - so you can pause your doomsday preparations.

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PM May says will get best Brexit deal for British enclave Gibraltar

Only after progress on those issues would negotiators start "scoping" a future pact on trade, security and defense, he said . "I'm clear that by the point at which we leave the EU, it's right that everybody should know what the future arrangements, the future relationship, that future partnership between us and the European Union will be".

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Hop along to breakfast with the Easter Bunny

As always, Mount Arlington proves that it is the community with Great Spirit regardless of the event! On April 12 , lap-sit story time with an Easter Egg Hunt is at 10 a.m for children under the age of 2½. All tickets include the Easter egg hunt and brunch. Should a cancelation be called, the rain date will be scheduled on Saturday, April 15. The North Berwyn Park District also will host another free egg hunt at 10 a.m.

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On trial for bribery, Samsung boss lets lawyers do the talking

Investors and analysts expect Samsung to report its best quarterly profit in April-June, with the Galaxy S8 smartphone hitting the market on April 21 in Samsung's first premium device launch since the Note7's withdrawal in October. The smartphone Galaxy C7 Pro boasts a 16 MP camera at both front and rear. with an f1.9 aperture lens for taking great pictures even in low light conditions.

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Chelsea boss Conte takes a surprise swipe at Tottenham

However, Guardiola may pick Aleksandar Kolarov, who is better on the ball, as City will have more of the ball and will need to build up from the back. "I don't know [if I'm back to the level of 2014-15]". City are without a win in their last four Premier League games and come up against a Hull side that have improved massively since the appointment of Marco Silva in January.

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Every Team Have Injuries - Liverpool Star Says Reds Must Cope

Mane, 24, was taken off after colliding with Leighton Baines in Saturday's 3-1 home victory over Everton. "We have to get more experience in this, for sure". "I watched the game against Chelsea (on March 13) and it was a really good game", Klopp explained, as quoted by the Liverpool Echo . Find us on Facebook too! The way the players and staff celebrated at the final whistled showed the result meant much more than just three points and Mignolet felt the manner in which it was achieved was ...

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Amber Alert issued for girl, 12, from Blue Springs, Mo

He has brown hair and brown eyes. Law enforcement officials arrived at the restaurant shortly thereafter and captured both Briscoe and William Dela Cruz . The two had been traveling in a Silver 2015 Nissan Versa bearing Maryland registration 6CK5071. Highway patrolmen believed the two were going to Maryland , where Dela-Cruz is from, according to KMOX.

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Samsung Expects 48% Rise In Q1 Operating Profit

On Friday, the world's largest memory chip and smartphone maker said it expected its operating profit in the January-March period at 9.9 trillion won ($8.8 billion), up 48.2 percent from a year earlier, thanks to strong sales of memory chips and display panels.

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Guardiola believes top-four race will run until final day

We prepared and you know Navas is really offensive. Aguero's goal made it 10 in his last 10 games in all competitions and, despite a lack of celebration from the Argentina striker, Guardiola was still pleased. 'If our second goal was a good example, that was a bad example of what has happened to us in our penalty area'. The match was expectedly dominated by Manchester City, who controlled the game in all aspects from the start.

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Trump's Baseless Smear Of Susan Rice Follows Two Days Of Right-Wing Speculation

If they are, by what right did she do it, what was she instructed to do, by anyone else. On NBC's Today , anchor Matt Lauer began the Rice report by complaining that she was being "dragged" into "the conversation on Russia" by the Trump Administration.

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Squids and Octopi Are Able to Control Their RNA

But recent research has shown that octopuses, squid, and cuttlefish do not always follow their genetic instructions to the letter. According to a study published in Cell , these creatures have an uncanny ability to manipulate the instructions found within their DNA.

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Neuralink: Elon Musk's new connected brain start-up

Essentially, Neuralink wants to implant devices into the brain so that there can be a better connection between humans and computers. The research, according to a page on the lab's website, seeks to address rules for single neuron types that underly sensory-motor learning and the "nature of memory stability for skilled movements".

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Samsung on track to report record annual earnings

That overshadowed Samsung reporting quarterly profit of almost $9 billion - its highest in more than three years - and the start of pre-orders in South Korea for its newest flagship smartphone. Lee is largely seen as the de-facto leader of the Samsung Group, running the business on behalf of his ailing father, Samsung Chairman Lee Kun-Hee. Memory chips and flexible displays accounted for about 68 percent of Samsung's operating profit in the final quarter of 2016.

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EPA reverses course on safety of pesticide used on crops

EPA inspected Grow Depot's supply store in 2015 and alleged that it sold unregistered pesticides by repackaging the pesticides for sale to consumers in containers without labels. The Trump administration has rejected calls to ban a chemical widely used on California farms, over-riding conclusions by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency scientists.

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LG sees best first quarter for almost eight years

The global memory chip leader said first-quarter operating profit was likely 9.9 trillion won (RM39.02 billion), compared with an average forecast of 9.4 trillion won from a Thomson Reuters survey of 18 analysts. Samsung has denied any wrongdoing and Lee, who was arrested in February, has pleaded not guilty. The final results for the quarter are expected later this month.

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USA warships reportedly headed towards Korea peninsula

Trump's national security aides have completed a review of US options to try to curb North Korea's nuclear and missile programs. North Korea has recently test-fired a series of missiles and conducted an engine test. Earlier this week, North Korea launched a Scud extended-range missile, which USA officials said exploded in flight. North Korea denounced the United States military intervention in Syria, calling it an act of "intolerable aggression", adding that it justified the nation's ...

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Kyrgios beats Querrey to seal Davis Cup tie

The Americans won 3-6, 6-3, 6-2, 2-6, 6-3 after Jordan Thompson and Kyrgios triumphed in the opening singles rubbers on Friday. His level of play dropped in the third set, when Querrey held break points in three service games, but took the set.

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Trump signs Internet privacy protection repeal

Pai is alluding to the notion that companies like Google and Facebook have the ability to sell people's personal data to advertisers, while the clarity and degree of consent is sometimes dubious. Republicans in Congress had last week narrowly passed the repeal of the privacy rules with no Democratic support and over the strong objections of privacy advocates.

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Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk officially revealed

Towing capacity is still rated at 7,200 lbs. Now it will be plugged into the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk that will be revealed to the media at the New York International Auto Show on Wednesday. If you're insane enough to take this thing off-road, the Trackhawk comes with the Quadra-Trac four-wheel-drive system, although it's worth noting that the whole vehicle sits an inch lower than the Grand Cherokees you're used to.

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Russian Federation says U.S. strikes in Syria 'play into extremists' hands'

Some people took immediate exception to the idea that the USA military is acting on behalf of the entire world in its air strikes against Syria . The prime minister also denounced Syrian President Bashar Assad's use of chemical weapons, saying "the crimes the Syrian regime has committed against its own people can not be ignored".

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic has backed manager Jose Mourinho

We got the three points, (with a) solid performance against a team that is sad. United are now on a 20-match unbeaten run, and sit sixth in the Premier League table, but Mourinho continues to face criticism for a side that is seen to be underperforming given the club's lavish spending ahead of the season.

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2000-foot-long asteroid to fly past Earth in mid April

The Minor Planet Center has designated JO25 as a Potentially Hazardous Asteroid (PHA), which means it's a large asteroid that passes uncomfortably close to our planet. The moon, by the way, is about 239,000 miles (384,400 kilometers) from Earth . With this, astronomers have encouraged space enthusiasts to witness the space rock's flyby on April 19 .

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US Insists Russia Responsible for Syria Gas Attack

Tillerson says the Islamic State group is a threat not just to the USA but to stability in the region. The statement says King Salman bin Abd al-Aziz al-Saud agreed it "was a necessary response" to the chemical weapons attack by Bashar Assad's government, which killed dozens of civilians in rebel-led northern Idlib.


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