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by | November 03, 2016 | 06:03

In the 10-furlong Classic , Found would have faced the two horses now rated the best in the world - Arrogate and California Chrome - and have been racing on the United States of America racing surface for the first time. These races are restricted to 2 years old on both dirt and turf. Brown said he recently found a video of Lady Eli he took for her owners on the first day she went to the track at Palm Meadows last winter.

by | November 02, 2016 | 08:43

The commission will report to the Supreme Court and will hold powers equal to the top court. The party had promised that one million supporters would shut down the capital as part of its sustained efforts to force the ruling government out of power.

by | November 02, 2016 | 08:43

The commander of a South Sudan peacekeeping force has been sacked following a damning report showing the failure of the unit to protect civilians during violence earlier this year in the capital Juba. During the three days of fighting, according to some conservative estimates, at least 73 people were killed, including more than 20 internally displaced persons in the PoC sites.

by | November 01, 2016 | 00:53

At the end of Wednesday's session, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg confirmed that the United States, Britain, Germany and Canada had agreed to provide the leading elements of the battle groups to be deployed respectively in Poland and the three former Soviet Baltic republics: Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia.

by | November 01, 2016 | 00:46

Curt Nickens left the jury Wednesday, the day before the panel and an alternate found the defendants not guilty of charges stemming from the 41-day standoff this winter. However, Rokala and her faux environmentalist colleagues at CWP, are likely more concerned with expanding federal control over lands in the western states than with any real danger to "rangers and scientists" posed by "extremists" such as the Bundys.

by | November 01, 2016 | 00:46

United Nations peace envoy Staffan de Mistura said the high civilian toll raised deep concern. A spokesperson for the rebels said they did not possess any such weapons. In the meantime, Putin sent a nuclear submarines to Syria. A siege has been in place since July, trapping at least 275,000 people in the rebel-held districts of eastern Aleppo.

by | October 31, 2016 | 02:10

Imran Khan on Sunday accused Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif of pursuing his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi's interests in Pakistan as the government cracked down on the cricketer-turned-politician's supporters with police arresting over 100 of them.

by | October 31, 2016 | 01:56

However, one man decided the patriotic chant was better as an anti-Semitic taunt, turning the nation's initials into "Jew-S-A". Kellyanne Conway, Donald Trump's campaign manager, finally acknowledged on Sunday that at least one of the GOP presidential nominee's supporters is, in fact, "deplorable".

by | October 31, 2016 | 01:37

IS forces had been leaving explosive booby-traps to slow the advance on Mosul, and the announcement suggested the airstrip was now cleared of such danger. Iraqi army Maj. Gen. Najim al-Jabouri said "after all this shelling, I don't think we will face much resistance". Lt. Col. Hussein Nazim of the Federal Police said some civilians might still be in the city, but that the use of heavy artillery and airstrikes was a standard tactic.

by | October 31, 2016 | 01:29

More than 10,000 fighters are participating, they said. The deployment of Shia forces in northern Iraq, an ethnically mixed region where Sunni Muslims form a majority, could inflame sectarian tensions and has led to warnings from neighbouring Turkey.

by | October 30, 2016 | 11:38

According to a schedule released by the White House, the president plans to campaign Tuesday through Friday next week for Hillary Clinton . Clinton added: "Seriously - is there anyone more inspiring than Michelle Obama?". "And Bill and Chelsea have been embracing and supportive from the very day my husband took the oath of office". Donald Trump says his new Washington hotel serves as a testament to why he should be president.

by | October 30, 2016 | 11:41

UNESCO's executive board has approved on Tuesday a resolution that Israel says denies the deep historic Jewish connection to holy sites in Jerusalem - and that has angered Israel's government and many Jews around the world. Mexico has withdrawn its request to trigger a special clause in UNESCO which would cause a revote on the resolution which passed last week and said there was no Jewish connection to Al-Aqsa Mosque, Israel's Haaretz newspaper reported today.

by | October 30, 2016 | 11:38

Continued delay toward a solution seriously impedes this vibrancy, disillusioning the next generation of American Jews. In Wednesday's secret ballot, the United Nations cultural body agreed to retain the walled area, home to key Jewish, Christian and Muslim holy sites, on the list of endangered world heritage.

by | October 30, 2016 | 11:36

The Philippines and the USA are verifying if Chinese coast guard ships left a disputed shoal after President Rodrigo Duterte reached out to Beijing, allowing Filipino fishermen back into the rich fishing area that China seized in 2012 as tensions spiked in the South China Sea .

by | October 30, 2016 | 11:35

The EU ministers said they would press ahead with extending sanctions against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's government, but stopped short of threatening measures against Russian Federation. As the strikes have continued, Western powers accused Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his supporters of war crimes. It is her first interview with global media since the war broke out in Syria in 2011.

by | October 30, 2016 | 11:38

Indian Army soldiers conducted "sustained fire assaults" through mortars, light and heavy machine guns and rockets at several Pakistan Army posts all throughout Saturday. "We will not bow down before anyone", he had said. The attackers have fled to Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir (PoK) after the attack, helped by covering fire from Pakistani troops.

by | October 30, 2016 | 11:37

The extremist group is believed to have crude chemical weapons capabilities, and Iraqi forces say they are prepared to encounter them on the battlefield. The U.S. military says Iraqi forces have. "Due to the ISIS' scorched earth policy, [Iraqi] civilians are experiencing near-suffocation and respiratory illnesses", the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) said.

by | October 30, 2016 | 11:38

It was Heathrow's opinion that after uncertainty following the vote to leave the European Union, the government could show confidence in the UK's economy and future by expanding the airport. "It delivers the greatest economic and strategic benefits to our country". The response to the approval has been mixed, with Mayor of London Sadiq Khan saying it was the "wrong decision" while the Confederation of British Industry said it was an "enormous relief".

by | October 30, 2016 | 11:36

Turkey has repeatedly warned the Kurds not to attempt to connect an isolated enclave in the north-west of Syria to their other areas in the centre and east. Other media reports said more than 200 soldiers and civilians had been detained in coup-related operations on Thursday. But Arab forces, and not Kurdish ones, are expected to be the ones to take the city itself, USA officials say.

by | October 29, 2016 | 10:54

Turkey has refused to withdraw them, and insists it will play a role in the Mosul offensive. They asked for help from our soldiers at the Bashiqa base. There is a "serious risk" that ISIS fighters driven from Mosul will travel to Europe and could attack the United Kingdom, a Government minister has warned.

by | October 29, 2016 | 10:53

Comey fired off a letter to Congress saying that the discovery of new emails required agents to determine if they were relevant to the Clinton email scandal involving the handling of classified information. Donald Trump has long argued that Clinton put United States security at risk by using her personal email. When questioned by Cooper on how she thought the FBI should move forward with the investigation, Conway declined to dispense advice.

by | October 29, 2016 | 10:50

Several warships traveling with the aircraft carrier were planning to refuel at the Spanish port of Ceuta, but Russian Federation has withdrawn its refueling request. promised Poland military forces, tanks and artillery - the biggest deployment of the alliance at Russia's borders since the end of the Cold War, reported Reuters .

by | October 29, 2016 | 10:49

As Iraqi forces approach Mosul, the IS extremists are widely believed to be rooting out anyone who could rise up against the militant group, focusing on those with military training or links to security forces. and rights groups have expressed fear that more than 200,000 civilians could be displaced in the opening weeks of the offensive. Dorrian said the pause was rather generalized, explaining that Iraqi forces were adjusting to IS tactics and moves thus far.

by | October 29, 2016 | 10:48

The civilians are understood to have been brought into the city and used as human shields nearby to military installations. Another 24 people were reportedly shot to death Tuesday, the United Nations added. The UN and rights groups have expressed fear that more than 200,000 civilians could be displaced in the opening weeks of the offensive. Reporting from northern Iraq, NPR's Alice Fordham heard from a man inside Mosul that "there are rumors there of ISIS taking people and positioning them ...

by | October 29, 2016 | 10:51

The sources also said, firing and shelling, which began last evening in RS Pura, is also continuing. Exactly a month after India carried out surgical strikes in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, Pakistan retaliated on Friday by killing an Indian Army jawan and mutilating his body.