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Yankees fan ejected for tipping pitches

Yankees fan ejected for tipping pitches

Playing for the first time since September 2, Hicks leaped at the 385-foot sign in right-center and got his glove above the wall. He squeezed the webbing tight, preventing the ball from popping out and limiting Ramos to a sacrifice fly. "Thanks for saving me", Montgomery remembered saying. Hicks, 27, returns from his second stint on the 10-day DL this season with a strained oblique.


CJAR condemns transfer of judge

CJAR condemns transfer of judge

He declined his consent to be transferred and instead put in his papers. Justice Patel was elevated as an additional judge of the Gujarat high court in December 2001 and was confirmed as a permanent in August 2004. "So I submitted by resignation on 25 September to the President of India", he told NDTV on phone from Bengaluru yesterday. The minister said, "Justice Patel was one of the most honest and best judges I have seen", calling the development as unfortunate.



North Korea moving airplanes, boosting defense after US bomber flight: Yonhap

Ellsworth's 37th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron deployed to Guam in July. "Now that Trump has denied the existence of and insulted me and my country in front of the eyes of the world and made the most ferocious declaration of a war in history that he would destroy the DPRK, we will consider with seriousness exercising of a corresponding, highest level of hard-line countermeasure in history", Kim wrote in comments carried by state-run media.


US Treasury sanctions banks, representatives linked to N.Korea

US Treasury sanctions banks, representatives linked to N.Korea

Ri Yong-ho accuses Trump of issuing a " declaration of war " at the UNNorth Korea announced that it considers US President Donald Trump's threats against it a " declaration of war " and plans to invoke its powers of self-defense. Kang made the remark in a meeting with U.S. congressional leaders including House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, John McCain, chairman of the U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee, and Ed Royce, Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, in Washington on ...


Putin: Russia Will Destroy Last of Its Chemical Weapons Today

Putin: Russia Will Destroy Last of Its Chemical Weapons Today

A Russian military officer showing a Scud missile of the type that Soviet forces filled with nerve agents and stored in seven chemical weapons arsenals in this June, 2001 file picture. "We expect that the United States, like other countries, will fulfil its obligations under worldwide agreements", the Russian leader concluded. He added: 'Well okay, we expect the United States to carry out all of its obligations it has taken upon itself as part of global agreements just like other countries ...