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The fee for the French worldwide was about £32 million (€38 million, $42 million), British media said, and comes after Chelsea got Belgian striker Michy Batshuayi from Marseille at a similar fee. "Their confidence and also the fans' will forever remain in my memory". "It can happen that you lose an important component of your squad, but I had hoped everybody would have stayed and listened to my advice, which was for us all to experience this Champions League adventure together", Ranieri ...
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    Long was a former Marine who spent time in Iraq and was discharged at the rank of sergeant in 2010, according to the US military. Long was legally divorced from Aireyona Osha in May, 2011, according to Missouri state records, which say that Long sought the divorce.
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    Alex Bowman drove the 88 for Dale at New Hampshire, and was running in the top 10 when he cut down a tire after contact with rookie Chase Elliott, driving the 24 vehicle. "Anything I can do to help others", Earnhardt said at the time. In 2016, if a driver misses a race, he or she needs to obtain a waiver from NASCAR to continue to compete for the Chase for the Sprint Cup.
  • Donald Trump shamefully exploits terrorist attack in France to smear Obama

    Donald Trump shamefully exploits terrorist attack in France to smear Obama

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    When O'Reilly mentioned the war declaration to Clinton , she initially made some mushy comments about alliances and the like - the stuff you might expect to hear from a former secretary of state. In World War One, America declared against Germany in fewer than 175 words, ending with the famous sentence: “to bring the conflict to a successful termination all the resources of the country are hereby pledged by the Congress of the United States.”.
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    The vote , which was originally scheduled to take place in March, was delayed by former Prime Minister David Cameron until after the European Union referendum. The prime minister will meet chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin tomorrow and President François Hollande in Paris on Thursday. "If we want a nuclear weapons-free world, this is an opportunity where we can start down that road", Corbyn said ahead of Monday's vote.
  • Stenson outduels Mickelson in British Open

    Stenson outduels Mickelson in British Open

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    On Sunday, it gave him something money can not buy - a greenside seat as he watched the Swede defeat Phil Mickelson to become Open champion on an enthralling last day at Royal Troon. "I knew he would ultimately come through and win". "It's disappointing to come in second, but I'm happy for Henrik", Mickelson said. Mickelson showed he meant business with a first-hole birdie after drilling a majestic approach to tap-in range while overnight leader Stenson took three putts.
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    A U.S. senator has asked the developers of the game to clarify its data privacy protection. "It's so the United States and Japan can explore China's secret bases!" The internet exploded once Pokémon Go was released. "Then, when war breaks out, Japan and the USA can easily target their guided missiles, and China will have been destroyed by the invasion of a Japanese-American game", said a social media post circulated on Weibo.
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    Key findings from investigation into Russian doping

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    Shortly after the McLaren's comments, WADA chief spokesman Ben Nichols tweeted that his organization would recommend that Russians be banned from all worldwide competition, including Rio, until "culture change" is achieved. On Monday, July 18, 2016 a report on Russian doping by investigator Richard McLaren is to be released in Toronto. McClaren said it did and he was "unwaveringly confident" in his report .
  • N'Golo Kante reveals why he joined Chelsea

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    Kante was a pivotal player in the Foxes' historic Premier League title-winning campaign last season, featuring in all but one of the team's top-flight games. Kante was Claudio Ranieri's first signing at Leicester, joining for six million pounds after two seasons at Caen. With Antonio Conte already in charge at the Bridge, here are three reasons why N'Golo Kante is a good signing for Chelsea .
  • Samsung's Olympics-themed Galaxy S7 Edge goes on sale for $850

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    Unfortunately the S7 Active did not do very well in the Consumer Reports tests and two devices failed the waterproof tests. The user interface also has these colors that remind customers of the Olympic Games. Hit us up on your favorite social network and let us know what you love and what drives you insane, and if you've got a specific suggestion or comparison you'd like to see, make sure to drop us a line for that too! "Samsung admires the spirit of Olympians and fans across the globe who ...
  • Andy Murray wins Wimbledon - QA

    Andy Murray wins Wimbledon - QA

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    Playing his 11th Grand Slam final, Murray was the overwhelming favourites as for the first time he was neither facing Novak Djokovic nor Roger Federer. Some come in their early 20s, some mid 20s. "The last 18 months, he's been unbelievable and hardly lost any matches at all". "It's usually just a handshake, but for Wimbledon he makes an exception - and I think he might even have got a bit emotional".
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    Then, though, the WWE Chairman dropped a bombshell - even though his children would be running Raw and Smackdown as Commissioners, each one would have to appoint a General Manager to oversee the "day-to-day affairs" of the shows. This opened the door for Anderson to ambush Big Cass on the ringside floor, as The Phenomenal One locked in the Calf Crusher on Amore in the middle of the ring for the submission victory.
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    Murray beat Milos Raonic in straight sets to win his third Grand Slam title on Centre Court on Sunday. During the trophy presentation, Murray joked: "Playing in a Wimbledon final's tough, but I certainly wouldn't like to be a prime minister".
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    Following a day full of headlines on Brock Lesnar's possible USADA doping violation, Lesnar himself has now issued a brief statement on the matter. Though he had few words, former UFC heavyweight champion and current WWE Superstar Brock Lesnar on Friday issued a statement on his recent flagging for a potential anti-doping violation.
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    Augsburg captain Ragnar Klavan is apparently "close" to becoming a Liverpool player, with the Estonian centre-back on the verge of completing a £4.2m move to Anfield, according to Sky Sports . Klopp rates youngster Joe Gomez, who missed the majority of last season with a cruciate knee injury and now has an Achilles problem, highly and rather than signing a young player he is moving for the experienced Klavan.
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    Those sued include the city of Baton Rouge and Mayor-President Kip Holden, Baton Rouge Police Department and Chief Carl Dabadie Jr., Louisiana State Police and Superintendent Col. A spokesman for the police said they do not comment on pending litigation and the state police said they were still reviewing the suit. "Not in violence", he added after thanking supporters.
  • Andy Murray sets sights on world number one spot

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    The last few months have been really long, the longest of my career. Murray may not be in action next weekend but expects to be busy over the remainder of the year as he he looks to build on his Wimbledon success. Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic have been this era's dominant three - but this is precisely what has given Murray the self-belief to become as good as he can be.
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    Beyond that, the only thing certain about November is the "World's Most Famous Arena" figures to be a sellout no matter who is on the card. Nunes' title victory comes less than a month after the massacre at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida, where 49 were killed after a gunman opened fire at the gay nightclub.
  • Obama: 'Attacks on Police Are an Attack on All of Us'

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    However, officials are unsure whether he had accomplices. "We need to temper our words and open our hearts - all of us", Mr Obama said in a five-minute statement from the White House briefing room. James said he knows Jackson and his family personally and spoke to the family earlier Sunday. A man with a gun opened fire on police officers in Baton Rouge on Sunday, injuring at least seven - including three who are feared dead, The remaining officers are hospitalized in critical condition, ...
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    Mike Pence will be "my partner" in a fight to change the United States by rebuilding the manufacturing sector at home and fighting terrorism from overseas. Pence has strong backing among many evangelical leaders in the Republican Party, although he faces a hard re-election battle in IN as he supports socially conservative policies.
  • Henrik Stenson wins The Open championship after thrilling final day battle

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    Stenson won by three shots over Mickelson, who played bogey-free for a 65 and posted a score that would have won all but two Opens over more than a century on the links. "But tee to green was good and I can only be positive going into Baltusrol". "It was a great match with Phil", Stenson said. First: The Swede broke his majors duck at Troon.
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    The 21-year-old, who did not wish to give his name, told the Press Association: "It was all about helping identify and move bodies, dead bodies". The boy's grandmother traveled from Germany on Saturday to make the identification, after a relative in Nice reported the family missing.
  • Pence accepts Trump's invitation to run as VP

    Pence accepts Trump's invitation to run as VP

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    Mike Pence, the governor of IN, did what most newly anointed Republican running mates do: He praised the man at the top of the ticket for picking him, he expressed gratitude to family and God, and he got IN a few biographical details and lines of attack against his general election opponent.
  • Arsenal target Higuain 'agrees terms over Juventus transfer'

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    Reports in Italy cited by Goal claimed that Arsene Wenger hopes to agree a deal of £41million plus Giroud for the services of the 28-year-old. Having scored 121 goals in 264 games for Real Madrid, the Argentinean hitman has really found his form in Italy and broke a Serie A record after scoring 36 goals in just 35 games last season.
  • Mourinho delighted as United sink Wigan 2-0

    Mourinho delighted as United sink Wigan 2-0

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    Mkhitaryan make 38 assist last season. Depay should then have scored when Mkhitaryan whipped over a pinpoint cross. JOSE LIKES TO BE CLOSE Although touchline behaviour can be analysed to the nth degree, United fans will no doubt have enjoyed the sight of Mourinho watching the entire match from his technical area.
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    In order to unload the Wade apparel they have left, all Miami Heat Store locations will be selling Wade merchandise for the low, low price of $13. Perhaps the kicker was Rondo saying of his new teammates, "None of these guys have ever played with a guy like me".
  • Euro 2016: Wales can beat Portugal without me - Ramsey

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    Ryan Giggs described Wales' historic 3-1 triumph over Belgium that saw them reach the semi-finals of Euro 2016 as the greatest night in Welsh football history. Ramsey has been responsible for more goals - scoring one and with four assists - than any other player at Euro 2016 . Wales defender James Chester added it is a "blow" for his side to be without Davies and Ramsey for the country's first semi-final at a major global tournament.