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Exeter end Saracens' hopes to set up final with Wasps

Exeter end Saracens' hopes to set up final with Wasps

In a rematch of last year's Aviva Premiership final, Exeter's winning try was set up by a 60-metre penalty by Henry Slade that Saracens director of rugby Mark McCall described as "one of the great kicks of all time". But just when Saracens looked down and out, Ellery struck, finishing off after collecting replacement hooker Schalk Brits' pass - then came Exeter's dramatic final flourish.



8 judges on Venezuela's Supreme Court hit with United States sanctions

The Treasury Department on Thursday froze US assets of eight members of Venezuela's Supreme Court of Justice and barred American citizens from engaging in any financial transactions with them. President Nicolas Maduro in turn blames sabotage by the "bourgeois" opposition, which he says is backed by Washington. Despite its vast oil reserves, Venezuela is suffering chronic shortages of food, medicine and other basic supplies.


Almonds, walnuts, cashews may help ward off colon cancer return

Almonds, walnuts, cashews may help ward off colon cancer return

However it seems if patients with colon cancer are optimistic and eat a healthy diet which includes tree nuts, they may be healthier and have a lower risk of cancer recurrence. Alcohol consumption guidelines are included in the American Cancer Society's cancer prevention policies, but not for cancer survivors. Half were followed up to seven years, and half longer.



President's scandal has Brazilians pondering new government

Temer, who took over after the impeachment a year ago of Dilma Rousseff, was reported late Wednesday by O Globo newspaper to have been secretly recorded agreeing to payments of hush money to Eduardo Cunha, the disgraced former speaker of the lower house of Congress.



UK's health service limps back to normalcy after cyberattacks

The attacks began on Friday last week, when users' computers were taken hostage by ransomware, which would not allow them to access their computers unless they paid a sum of money. Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard of the Royal College of General Practitioners said many Global Positioning System went into their practices on Sunday to reboot their computers and install updates.



Climate envoys meet in Bonn amid concern over United States stance

Trump's advisers are due to meet on Tuesday to discuss if the USA will remain committed the Paris climate agreement. "As long-term institutional investors, we believe that the mitigation of climate change is essential for the safeguarding of our investments", they said in a letter released on Monday.