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United Kingdom highway closed over collapsed bridge

It's only just starting to sink in now what might have happened. A motorcyclist was hurt but his injuries are not life-threatening and the driver of the second lorry had to be treated for shock. "The motorcyclist was laying down underneath his bike". Police have closed the motorway in both directions between junctions 3 and J4 after a truck rammed into the concrete walkway.

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Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:BRCD) Updates On Dividend Release Date

Trade volume was was up over the average, with 8,872,877 shares of BRCD changing hands over the typical 8,411,050 shares. (NASDAQ: BRCD ) now has mean rating of 2.9 while 1 analyst have recommended the shares as "BUY", 2 commented as "OUTPERFORM" and 16 commented as "HOLD".

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Yellen says case for rates rise stronger

She also noted that while inflation is still running below the Fed's 2% target, it's being depressed mainly by temporary factors. It means the U.S. could raise interest rates as early as next month, though markets believe a hike would be more likely to happen in December.

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All Blacks prop Franks cleared of eye gouging allegations

New Zealand-born Cooper is loathed by New Zealand crowds after several run-ins with popular, former All Blacks skipper Richie McCaw, but is respected by the All Blacks themselves. On Saturday, however, they faced a much more combative, and niggly Wallabies side but still did more than enough to blunt the Australian attack at Wellington Regional Stadium and create opportunities to score four tries.

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Trump campaign CEO faced domestic violence charge in 1996

The campaign has been plagued by negative stories about staffers, including charges lodged against his former campaign manager following an altercation with a reporter, and questions about his former campaign chairman's links with Russian interests.

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Scorpene documents leak: What is it about?

He added that the leaked documents put on the web site of " The Australian " newspaper do not include any of the weaponry systems of the Scorpene as reported in the media. A senior industry source who was involved in the Australian submarine bidding called the allegation an "extraordinary" attempt to deflect attention from DCNS' security shortcomings.