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Halep , who turned her left ankle during her first match here, managed to dart around the court with the ankle taped tightly, but will likely be concerned as to how she will recover after this endurance test. Naomi Osaka clinched her match with an ace, beating local hope Ashleigh Barty 6-4, 6-2 to advance to the fourth round at Melbourne Park. That's if she can walk.
  • Second floor of Indonesia Stock Exchange collapses, many injured

    Second floor of Indonesia Stock Exchange collapses, many injured

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    CCTV showed more than 50 people tumble towards the ground as the floor below them gave way on Monday. The Jakarta Police have temporarily closed Jl. The victims have suffered leg and arm injuries. Seventy-two people were injured and there were no deaths, Jakarta police said in a statement mid-afternoon.
  • Abbas says Israel 'killed' Oslo Accords

    Abbas says Israel 'killed' Oslo Accords

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    Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas on Sunday blamed Israel for ruining the ongoing Oslo Accords and said President Donald Trump's handling of the peace talks was a "slap in the face" to Palestinians. The Islamic Jihad official said his group and Hamas agreed that their participation in the meetings won't bring any benefits to the two groups and that the results of the council meetings will be less than expectations.
  • The Warrantless Surveillance Program has been Extended

    The Warrantless Surveillance Program has been Extended

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    Here's a White House statement from last night , opposing an amendment that would restrict intelligence surveillance under FISA . As noted by Matthew Gertz of Media Matters, Trump's Thursday morning tweet appeared to be inspired by a Fox & Friends segment featuring Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano, who urged Trump not to support FISA reauthorization.
  • Unsafe wind chills in effect through Saturday morning

    Unsafe wind chills in effect through Saturday morning

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    Because roads will likely be snow covered, we will be under a Winter Weather Advisory from 6 PM until noon on Monday. Poor visibility and slick roads will be the big hazards. Tuesday night skies will clear and temperatures will plummet. High temps for Saturday and Sunday will be topping out in the low to mid 40's both days with winds from the NW and no chance for rain.
  • Women over 25 to be allowed Saudi visa with no chaperone

    Women over 25 to be allowed Saudi visa with no chaperone

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    Separately, BBC News reports Saudi Arabia has been hosting its first women's squash tournament this week, and in November of previous year, the country introduced the women's basketball tournament for universities, which took place in Jeddah and was attended by about 3,000 women.
  • Auto flies into the second floor of California office building

    Auto flies into the second floor of California office building

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    Santa Ana is located about 35 miles south of Los Angeles. The Santa Ana Police Department said the auto was traveling at a high rate of speed when it hit the median and flew into the building, which houses a dental practice. The white Nissan Altima slammed into the center divider around 5:30 a.m., prompting the sedan to soar into the air and into the second floor of a dental office in Santa Ana, Calif., the Orange County Fire Authority said.
  • Protesters Damage H&M Store in Pretoria Following Racism Controversy

    Protesters Damage H&M Store in Pretoria Following Racism Controversy

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    H&M has since taken down the advert and apologised. The company told Huffington Post : "By a positive image we mean that we use a mix of models with different ethnic backgrounds in our campaigns". "If they are not going to close the shop, they must just know we are going to be here nearly every day, starting from today", he said. People were confused about the "positive image" remark, asking H&M if they thought black people conveyed another message.
  • Trump cancels London trip over protest fears

    Trump cancels London trip over protest fears

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    He cited the fact the Obama administration had opted to re-locate the embassy from its current location in Mayfair to a purpose-built £750 million facility south of the Thames as the reason for scrapping his trip, adding the move was a "bad deal".
  • Canada launches global trade complaint against US

    Canada launches global trade complaint against US

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    The 32-page filing not only accuses the US of improperly imposing duties on Canadian products but also on those of other trading partners, including Brazil, China, EU and India. With its WTO filing, Canada is forcing the United States to put its logic to the test. The wide-ranging trade dispute, which was filed with the WTO in December and released publicly on Wednesday, is mostly in response to the steep anti-dumping and countervailing duties that the United States has recently slapped on ...
  • Hawaii residents wake up to false alarm of imminent missile attack

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    The message also blared across television sets in the state - where residents have been on edge in recent months amid growing tensions between the Trump administration and North Korea. The Hawaii Emergency Management Agency confirmed that an alert sent to people's phones in Hawaii was an error. "Haha glad to know we'll all be safe".