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Pakistan wins Champions Trophy, crushes archrival India

Pakistan wins Champions Trophy, crushes archrival India

Former Sri Lankan captain Kumar Sangakkara has hailed Pakistan's opening batsman Fakhar Zaman and pacer Mohammad Amir's heroic performance in their victory over India in the Champions trophy final here. "I dedicate the win to the whole nation and we enjoyed the victory a lot, congratulations to the whole country", Raees said. The celebrations swiftly change direction, however, when replays on the big scoreboard show that Jasprit Bumrah had bowled a no ball and Fakhar is called back ...


Hawaii Passes Law Committing to Paris Agreement

Hawaii Passes Law Committing to Paris Agreement

If global warming goes further, such risks as coastal flooding due to rising sea levels and frequent extreme weather events will increase. One other aspect of Trump's denial of the science of human-induced climate change is that the White House and the US federal government will not lift a finger to help USA citizens who will (and in some cases are already) suffering from the adverse impacts of climate change.


Play Ball! Congressional Baseball Game Goes On in Defiance of Shooting

Play Ball! Congressional Baseball Game Goes On in Defiance of Shooting

Jack Sava , director of trauma at MedStar Washington Hospital Center said at a news conference Friday afternoon. More than twice the usual number of tickets were sold amid an outpouring of support for House Majority Whip Steve Scalise of Louisiana, who was critically wounded, and three others injured in the attack.



Escalation in Syria: US Downs Syrian Plane, Iran Launches Missiles at ISIS

Iran says its Monday missile attack against Takfiri targets in Syria in retaliation for terror attacks against Tehran was "just a small slap" in the face of the terrorists and their patrons. Iran s homemade missiles, which can hit targets up to 2,000 kilometres (1,200 miles) away, are a major point of tension with Washington and Israel .



United Kingdom mosque attack suspect cursed Muslims day before incident

He added: "There was a mob attempt to hurt him, so we pushed people away from him until he was safely taken by police". London Ambulance Service said it took nine people to hospital. His mother, Christine Osborne, 72, told ITV News her son was a "complex" person, adding: "I'm not going to defend him but you know he's my son and it's a bad awful shock and it's not just robbing the bank, it's an atrocity".