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Mesut Ozil reveals Arsenal struggles are down to a lack of confidence

Ozil, who was born in Germany to Turkish parents, is said to be "poised to buy (the) property in Istanbul" and Fenerbahce is ready to acquire him from Arsenal if he wants to, Caught Offside reported. Ozil added: "I don't know what he will decide". Germany, who beat England 1-0 on Wednesday, are unbeaten since the Euros, winning six out of seven games, and have yet to concede a goal, so few are predicting an upset in Baku.

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Waterside Theatre goes dark for Earth Hour

Touted as the biggest global movement against climate change, the Earth Hour 2017 will be observed across the world on March 25 between 8.30 pm and 9.30 pm. Numerous world's most threatened species like tigers and orangutans live in areas that will be severely affected by climate change. Households and businesses saved energy by turning off home appliances and lights in homes, shops, cafes and restaurants.

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Kuldeep Yadav Bowled Difficult Deliveries: Matthew Wade

While the tourists will be disappointed with posting only 300 after being 1-144, the sharp lift and jagging seam movement Josh Hazlewood got in the last over of the day showed there is plenty in the pitch for the quicks. "We'll be looking to get a little bit out of the cracks in the wicket tomorrow and hopefully we can create 10 opportunities", he said. That gave him the confidence to pursue the art.

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President Trump Touts New Charter Investments, Including Commitments Made Last Year

The takeover was approved and finalized in the Spring of 2016. Specifically, he said that over the next four years, Charter plans to hire 20,000 people and spend $25 billion to build out broadband. "Five years ago Charter Communications was a struggling company that slowly emerged from bankruptcy", Spicer said. As it sought the government's approval to buy Time Warner previous year, Charter Communications had said it planned to hire 20,000 employees.

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Spacewalking Astronauts Prep Space Station to Dock with Commercial Spaceships

Kimbrough and Pesquet will prepare for the robotic move of PMA-3 on March 30 by disconnecting cables and electrical connections on it. In its new location, it will become the home for the second of two International Docking Adapters, to be delivered on a future flight of a SpaceX Dragon cargo ship.

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NASA Report: Arctic Sea Ice Dips To Record Low For Water

The winter 2016/2017 has been very warm in the Arctic. "We started from a low September minimum extent", Walt Meier, a sea ice scientist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, explained in a news release. "We need to act now to lower our carbon emissions by improving energy efficiency, switching from fossil fuels to renewable energy and tackling climate change head on", he said.


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