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Saudi king, Putin agree deals on historic Russia trip

Saudi Arabia has signed preliminary agreements to buy S-400 air defence systems from Russia, officials said, on the sidelines of King Salman’s “landmark” visit to Moscow. The agreement was announced on Thursday as Russian President Vladimir Putin hosted King Salman ...

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Report: Pitino got 98% of cash from adidas deal

6:59 PM ET Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino received almost all of the cash that Louisville received from adidas in the school’s expiring deal with the shoe company, according to a report, though an adidas spokesperson said all the money ...

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Kenya: Clinical Officers Call Off Strike

[Nation] Clinical officers have called off their strike after signing a return to work formula with governors and the Health ministry. AllAfrica News: Latest

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10 survivors recount their six hours of hell

Thousands of phones are held aloft, their lights flickering as crowds sing “God Bless America” along with duo Big & Rich. CNN.com – RSS Channel – US

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Heart in mouth: Moose hunters worry parasite may ruin organ-eating tradition

WARNING: This story contains a graphic image. Some New Brunswick hunters who eat the hearts of moose are wondering if they can keep the tradition alive after finding white spots on some of the organs this year. CBC | Canada ...

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UN blacklists Saudi-led alliance for Yemen child deaths

The United Nations has added a Saudi-led military coalition to a blacklist of child rights violators for causing the deaths and injuries of hundreds of children in war-torn Yemen.  The alliance, assembled by Saudi Arabia in 2015, was added on ...

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Source: Pats' Gronkowski likely out vs. Bucs

6:01 PM ET New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is not expected to play Thursday night against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers because of a thigh injury, a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter. The Patriots’ star tight end was a ...

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Togo: Day of Anger Protesters Demand Constitutional Reforms

[allAfrica] Thousands of opposition supporters took to the streets on Wednesday calling for constitutional reforms. People gathered in several locations around the capital Lomé as well as other provinces around the country after weeks of mobilization. In response, ruling party ...

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