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How to watch Game 2 of Cavs-Warriors

Irving also took 22 shots compared to 20 for James and Love, while he's an incredible scorer, there needs to be more balance among the Big Three. And during the epic rubber match, which features some of the best basketball players of this generation, we'll bear witness to one of the most monumental championship rounds in sports history.

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EU Steps Up Cooperation With China in Fight Against Climate Change - Tusk

The agreement will protect businesses against environmental instability; it will determine the future competitive positioning of companies through the development and roll out of new technologies and business models; and it will create millions of jobs in green energies and local communities.

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Nadal moves into French Open quarters in ominous style

Meanwhile, Rohan Bopanna and partner Pablo Cuevas beat Dennis Istomin and Treat Huey 5-7 7-6 6-4. And there's a week left in the tournament to figure out which of the 12 women still around that will be. "Before the match I felt well, I was optimistic and I had played two good matches (this week)". What I will try and do is play my tennis, be aggressive, and I will try and play fast, and then we will see what happens.

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Muguruza sees off Putintseva to reach French Open fourth round

Thirteenth seed Mladenovic made a flying start with the vociferous backing of her home crowd on Court Suzanne Lenglen - unfamiliar surroundings for Muguruza , who had played each of her previous three matches in this year's tournament on Court Philippe Chatrier.

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South Korea denies U.S. senator statement on THAAD

It was the first trilateral meeting of the countries' defense chiefs since the inauguration of the administrations of U.S. President Donald Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae In . THAAD is composed of six mobile launchers, 48 interceptors, a AN/TPY-2 radar and a fire and control unit. However, Lotte Group has yet to reopen any of the 74 retail stores in China it was forced to close in March after the group allowed South Korea to install the THAAD system on land it owned.

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Environment minister calls USA withdrawal from climate deal 'regrettable'

Unsurprisingly, the decision to remove the USA from the Accord, which was signed by 195 countries has not gone down well. Kellyanne Conway, counselor to President Donald Trump , refused to say three times whether President Trump still believes global warming is a hoax.

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Novak Djokovic comes through tough test to make French Open fourth round

Indeed, his 100th best-of-five-set match on clay also was the most lopsided. The brutality of Nadal's destruction of the 63rd-ranked player on the Roland Garros main show court was withering. Agassi said: "Surprise for me, I got a call from him late in Monte Carlo after he was done and he wanted to talk tennis and he wanted to talk about the possibility of working".

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Isolated US Lashes Out at Climate Critics

The most important emissions-related decisions made by state and local leaders tend not to fall directly under the "emissions policy" header. Several major USA corporations, captains of industry and business groups urged Trump to honor the endangered agreement , with oil super majors ExxonMobil and Chevron among those reiterating their support for the accords .

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Bale enjoys 'dream' Madrid win in Cardiff

It's another record for us and the players deserve it and so do I because I scored twice and I'm the top scorer in the Champions League . Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates with Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos, top, after scoring the opening goal during the Champions League final soccer match between Juventus and Real Madrid at the Millennium stadium in Card.

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Cavaliers must slow Warriors at rim

He says little about the decision, less about the meaning of it now that he finds himself closing in on a championship with the Golden State Warriors . With Curry, it was his ankles. Problem is, they only had him for 58 seconds . Durant has had two scares. In the meantime, the Warriors continued cruising to the league's best record.

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London Bridge terror attack death toll rises to 7

After that attack, Britain's official terrorism threat level was raised from "severe" to "critical", meaning an attack may be imminent. The London Police has confirmed the causalities in a statement saying that three male attackers were believed to be behind the attack , all of whom were shot dead by the police at the market.

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USA evangelical green groups pan Trump's climate accord exit

We power almost all of our operations with renewable energy, which we believe is an example of something that's good for our planet and makes good business sense as well. We will increase our efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions, create a clean energy economy, and stand for environmental justice. The host of CNN's GPS , Fareed Zakaria, said in response to the president's position, "this is the day that the United States resigned as the leader of the free world".

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U.S. evangelical green groups pan Trump's climate accord exit

The Washington Post later reported that Trump was "irritated and bewildered" to hear "smack-talk from the Frenchman 31 years his junior". Later, Macron pointedly ignored Trump while approaching a group of European heads of state, dodging the USA president in order to hug German Chancellor Angela Merkel instead.

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Trump's climate doubts ignore U.S. military consensus on risks

President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from it. Mr. Trump , who campaigned on backing out of the Paris agreement, has been highly skeptical of climate change in the past. Part of USA president Donald Trump's justification for pulling the country out of the global Paris climate agreement yesterdaywas that the deal wouldn't reduce temperatures enough to make an impact.

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What to expect at Apple's 2017 developers conference?

Aside from what we've heard about the " Siri speaker " before (such as deep HomeKit integration and the ability to control smart home gadgets), today's Bloomberg report says that Apple is placing a heavy emphasis on sound quality. They might discover that Spotify , Amazon Prime Music or Google Play are much better than Apple Music . But it will not be ready to ship until later in the year.

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British Airways says power surge damaged servers, leading to IT system collapse

The thing to bear in mind here is that Regulation 261/2004 (which emanated from Brussels and is created to provide compensation to passengers for delayed and cancelled flights in certain circumstances) only applies if you are flying with an European Union company or departing from an European Union airport.

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Warriors' Kerr considers returning as coach for Game 2

But Golden State hit 9 for 20 from deep in the second half on the way to 106 total shots - a jaw-dropping 20 more than the Cavs - while attacking at every chance when Cleveland just couldn't keep up with Steph and KD. "I'm going to coach until they tell me it's different". "It helps us not panic as much", Smith said of last season's experience. Game 1 hurt. But Kyrie Irving summed it up best mere minutes after the loss ...

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London Bridge terror: Police respond to THIRD incident at Vauxhall

A man called Gerard told the BBC: "They were stabbing everyone". An eyewitness told The Sun that the attacker was "black, dark-skinned, red tracksuit on, with a red hoodie". Another witness, Brad Myers, had just left London Bridge when he heard a "boom" behind him, which he thinks was the sound of a auto hitting the guardrails or other vehicles.

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What does the US's withdrawal from the Paris Agreement mean for Poland?

Musk has met with Trump several times and spoken with him about the long-term goal of his company SpaceX for flights to Mars carrying humans. He also called the decision disastrous for the city and said it had made America weaker and the world less safe.

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Ronaldo silences Madrid critics with 3rd CL title in 4 years

Ronaldo's two goals fired Real Madrid to a remarkable 12th Champions League title in Cardiff , and the football world looked on in awe as this magnificent sportsmen added to his already glittering legacy. The Frenchman said his half-time team talk had been pretty simple: He only wanted his players to keep possession and play more in the Juve half. Games of this importance deserve goals of this quality, with Real Madrid keeper Keylor Navas stranded as the effort looped over him to draw ...

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Female coal miners react to Trump's decision on climate deal

Last month, companies including SoftBank Group Corp. of Japan and India's Bharti Enterprises Pvt. offered to supply solar electricity for 2.44 rupees (3.8 USA cents) a kilowatt-hour, a price competitive with market rates and with power from coal plants.

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Merkel: no turning back from historic Paris climate pact

In a move that pretty much nobody outside his immediate circle supported, Donald Trump has pulled the United States out of the Paris climate agreement and the world is kind of not okay. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell subsequently hailed Trump "for dealing yet another significant blow to the Obama administration's assault on domestic energy production and jobs".

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SNP campaign activity suspended after London attacks - spokesman

Canisters which looked like bombs, seen around the body of at least one of the suspects have been "established to be hoaxes", police said . He ruled out that explosives had been involved in the attacks. "He hit about two people in front of me and then three behind". "They were scared. The police were scared", Sciotto said. On March 22, six people died, including the attacker, and at least 50 people were injured in an attack near the Houses of Parliament.

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Chicago police: Officers fatally shot teen who fired at them

He lived in the same neighborhood as where the shooting happened. During the holiday weekend police conducted targeted raids and put 1,300 more officers on the street. Daishawn Moore , 16, was shot in the back and was taken to Mount Sinai Hospital, where he died minutes later, according to the Cook County medical examiner's office.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8: What We Know Right Now

In an unexpected move, Samsung has released a limited-edition " Pirates of the Caribbean "-themed Galaxy S8 in China". But no such unit is visible in these images of the Galaxy Note 8 , implying that the fingerprint scanner will indeed be placed under the display glass.

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India's prime minister condemns London attacks

Police in London near the London Bridge where a van hit a crowd of pedestrians. At Borough Market, witnesses said three men armed with knives stormed into bars and restaurants, stabbing people at random as patrons and staff fled or hid inside the establishments.

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Vehicle Mows Down People In London; Stabbings, Gunfire Also Reported

Six people have been killed in a terror attack in central London in which three assailants were shot dead by police, Scotland Yard has said. At 22:08hrs yesterday evening we began to receive reports that a vehicle had struck pedestrians on London Bridge .

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Vermont to join US Climate Alliance

Indeed, leading military experts, including Secretary of Defense James Mattis, have warned that the impact of climate change will lead to more refugee flows, more starvation, more conflict, and more terrorism. Another chief executive who protested was General Electric boss Jeff Immelt, although he confined himself to a brief, diplomatic protest on Twitter .

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India making billions for signing Paris deal

There was a mix of dismay and anger across the world. The Earth is likely to reach more unsafe levels of warming sooner as a result of the Trump's decision because America's pollution contributes so much to rising temperatures, scientists said .

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Long-gone lake on Mars resembled those on Earth

Though the study hasn't yet confirmed that the living organisms got their origins from the red planet, it has come up with a very optimistic view that Martian lakes, some three billion years ago, were supportive to microbe lives. What they found is that the crater once had a variety of environments that could have supported a diverse range of microbial life. "This matters because it affects what minerals are deposited in the sediments, and also because oxygen is important for life".

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Buffon feels the pain after third final defeat

Real Madrid is the European champion again, and Cristiano Ronaldo was the star again. Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice as Real Madrid defeated Juventus to win their second straight Champions League title. They certainly don't after another incredible season, even at the age of 32. "I told the players to keep what they were doing but to play wider and put more pressure on them, and I said that when we got the ball play as you know how", Zidane said.

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Trump shares positive feedback on Paris climate accord withdrawal

In an exceptional step, continental Europe's three biggest economies - Germany, France and Italy - issued a joint statement in which they criticised Trump's decision and said the pact was "not renegotiable, reported Agence France-Presse".

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Mertens never considered leaving Napoli amid Barca and Chelsea interest

The 30-year-old told Sky Sports: "Yes there was interest [from Chelsea], and from other clubs also, but in my head there was never an intention to change clubs". "I am going to try and be even better next year". "But I'm playing on the pitch for Napoli now and I'm feeling good". It would've been great, of course, but my priority has always been Italy and Napoli , a city where I've always been very happy.

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Trump climate move could divert FDI, spark litigation - United Nations

The country, she said , is prepared to "aggressively participate in the global climate governance". Merkel, invoking her background as a scientist and a veteran of more than 20 years of worldwide efforts to protect the planet , noted that it was especially important to help developing nations meet the challenges of global warming.

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Kiwi injured in London terror attacks

The police said that "armed officers responded and shots were fired". Frank Gardner, a national security correspondent for the BBC , said terrorism is suspected but cited no sources or exiting reports . BBC radio said witnesses saw people throwing tables and chairs at the perpetrators of the attack to protect themselves. At 10.08 p.m. BST Saturday night (5.08 p.m.


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