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Alaphilippe claims maiden Tour stage win

Van Avermaet retains yellow LE GRAND-BORNAND, France, July 17, (AFP): Frenchman Julian Alaphilippe turned on the style to secure his maiden Tour de France stage win on Tuesday as Belgium’s Greg Van Avermaet stubbornly held on to the yellow jersey. Alaphilippe, of the Quick-Step team, launched an audacious lone attack …

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England beat India by 8 wkts in third ODI to win series 2-1

Poms set 257 for victory finished on 260 for two LEEDS, England, July 17, (Agencies): A gigantic 186-run partnership between Joe Root and captain Eoin Morgan helped England cruise comfortably to an eight wicket victory over India on Tuesday that sealed a 2-1 one-day international series win. After restricting India …

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Lawsuit alleges USA Diving ignored sex abuse of divers

INDIANAPOLIS, July 17, (AP): Two former divers are suing USA Diving, accusing the national governing body of ignoring or obstructing inquiries into allegations that a coach sexually abused them when they were young athletes dreaming of Olympic glory. The federal lawsuit, filed last week, names Indianapolis-based USA Diving, Inc, the …

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Hind Al-Baloushi ‘announces’ she will return to TV drama with a bang

Kuwaiti star disappointed with media KUWAIT CITY, July 17: Hind Al-Baloushi announced that she will return to TV drama with a bang since she has graduated from the Higher Institute of Artistic Criticism in Egypt with a master’s degree in artistic criticism, reports Al-Rai daily. Speaking to the daily, Al-Baloushi …

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‘Mamma Mia’ offers musical high

Streep’s spirit hovers over in sequel ‘Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again,’ the perfectly titled sequel to “Mamma Mia!” (it opens 10 years to the week after the first film), kicks off on a bubbly high. It’s 1979, and Donna, the free-spirited expatriate-on-a-Greek-island innkeeper played by Meryl Streep, is now …

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In ‘Blindspotting’, simmering tensions with a beat

Estrada’s film a buddy movie ‘Blindspotting,’ the directorial debut of Carlos Lopez Estrada, stalks the streets of Oakland with a heightened, spoken-word flow, passionately freestyling on race, police brutality and gentrification through a searing story about two friends: one black, one white. Though stylistically scattershot and often overstated, the funky …

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Helsinki summit … Israel

IT IS not surprising that Israel was on top of the agenda at the Trump-Putin summit in Helsinki, making other thorny issues less important. Coming out of the summit, US President Donald Trump said the United States and Russia will work jointly to ensure Israel’s security. He disclosed that he …

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Revival of lost dream

‘Illogical neglect’ During the last days of Ramadan, I used to visit Free Trade Zone in Shuwaikh regularly because I was working on furnishing the office of Kuwait Friendship Society. I felt gloomy whenever I was in that place. It was previously filled with manufacturers, businessmen and owners of new …

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Jadad that costs 20 bln

Results of inefficiency In Farwaniya Governorate, there was a desert area called Jadad where the wind-plant grew. The name was first changed to Shadad and later to Shaddadiya. It is the place where the government decided to establish a modern university almost 14 years ago. At that time, the total …

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ARTIST IN SINGULAR PURSUIT OF THE SONG

fusion fantastic My new album will be out in September, I decided to collaborate with my old mates from Guadeloupe and France in this album.  This album is about love and this is the first time I’ve done that. I put out ten songs covering different aspects of love from …

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