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Alexis Sanchez Has A Cold

The striker posted a picture on Instagram on Friday with the one word caption 'sick.' He had been given permission to return to pre-season training late after helping Chile to the Confederations Cup final in Russian Federation. "The players were thinking, 'What's going on and what's happening?', so it creates uncertainty [with my contract] because it's a global policy". The Chile worldwide has yet to begin pre-season training with his team-mates following his exertions at the Confederations ...

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Venezuelan officials killed as voting starts

The fiery unrest confirmed fears over the vote for a new "Constituent Assembly" called by beleaguered President Nicolas Maduro in defiance of months of demonstrations and fierce worldwide criticism. Turnout will be key to determining the legitimacy of the election. But that will be hard to ascertain as most voters will be able to vote twice, as candidates are drawn from social and industry sectors as well as geographically.

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Trump to sign bill for new sanctions on Russian Federation

The bill would affect a range of Russian industries and might further hurt the Russian economy, already weakened by 2014 sanctions imposed after Russia annexed Crime from Ukraine. The bill is now headed to President Donald Trump's desk, who has hinted he may veto it, but the bill passed with a veto-proof majority. The White House has given mixed messages about whether Trump will sign the legislation at a time when his presidential campaign is under investigation over possible collusion with ...

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I don't have any specific goals, team always comes first: Ravichandran Ashwin

Virat Kohli scored his 17th Test century and India added 51 runs to their overnight score to reach 240 for the loss of three wickets before Kohli made a decision to declare the second innings and set Sri Lanka an imposing 550-run target in the first Test in Galle .

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North Shelby, Mt Laurel libraries to host Solar Eclipse viewing parties

On June 25, 2522 it is predicted that the longest eclipse in the series will occur and last for 7 minutes and 12 seconds. NASA said a total eclipse happens where you live once in 375 years. "It's not something we see every day". "The corona itself has this kind of iridescent appearance, and we don't really know why", says Lattis. Overlapping 2017 & 2024 total eclipses.

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Russian Soyuz Spacecraft to carry three astronauts to International Space Station

The crew will orbit Earth four times en route to the spacecraft's arrival and docking to the space station's Rassvet module, at 6 p.m. Tune in at 5:15 p.m.to NASA Television or the agency's website to watch the docking live. With the space station orbiting Earth every 92 minutes, ISS crew will get multiple chances to catch the four-hour eclipse on August 21. The group will bring the ISS up to its full crew of six and will work on experiments in biology, biotechnology, physical science and ...