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The Met said the organisers of the boat race would have been informed of the situation, but that it was to early to say if the race would be called off. Who is going to win the men's race? In the women's race, Oxford defeated Cambridge easily after their boat sank in rough conditions. Cambridge's men will be defending the title they won past year while the women's team will be hoping for better fortune after their boat nearly sank 12 months ago and Oxford cruised to victory.
  • Did Pinnick defy Dalung to vote for Ahmad — CAF election

    Did Pinnick defy Dalung to vote for Ahmad — CAF election

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    It only took 29 long years after but the Confederation of African Football (CAF) has witnessed the emergence of a new leader, Ahmad Ahmad. But Ahmad quickly flexed new-found muscle as he persuaded delegates at the CAF Congress to overrule Hayatou, who continued to chair the rest of the meeting despite his election defeat, and postpone important votes on the appointment of independent auditing and oversight structures.
  • Metro Dalton's unemployment rate jumps to 7.1 percent in January

    Metro Dalton's unemployment rate jumps to 7.1 percent in January

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    GDOL explained that the rate rose as the number of jobs and people in the labor force declined and the number of new layoffs increased. These are normal seasonal fluctuations for January. "Over the year, the number of people in the labor force increased by 575, as the number of employed grew by 548 and the number of unemployed increased by 27", the department said.
  • State Secretary Tillerson takes only one reporter to Asia

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    Tillerson will meet with leaders in Tokyo, Seoul and Beijing during the five-day trip, his first to the region as top U.S. diplomat. North Korea's missile program is getting quicker and smarter, threatening the United States and its two key East Asian allies - Japan and South Korea.
  • Germany: Facebook and Twitter are still failing on hate speech

    Germany: Facebook and Twitter are still failing on hate speech

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    The bill specifies that content that is "clearly criminal" must be removed within 24 hours. Tuesday's announcement comes after a warning a year ago from justice minister Heiko Maas that the government would monitor how social media companies were dealing with increasing hate crime as well as with deleting illegal content on their respective platforms - and would intervene if their response was deemed inadequate.
  • Top US Marine vows accountability, asks victims to come forward

    Top US Marine vows accountability, asks victims to come forward

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    A report revealed that hundreds of Marines are being investigated by the U.S. Department of Defense for sharing explicit photos of their female colleagues in the lewd Facebook group. They also identified a social post that showed a member of the marines asking for a group containing the images that was free of "blue falcons", a term used to describe a marine who " rats out his buddies ".
  • Owen Farrell suffers injury scare for the most RIDICULOUS reason

    Owen Farrell suffers injury scare for the most RIDICULOUS reason

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    Victory over Scotland would not only boost England's hopes of a second successive Grand Slam, but also equal New Zealand's record of 18 successive Test wins. Joe Launchbury and Courtney Lawes are the locks with Maro Itoje and James Haskell continuing as the flankers. "Ben Te'o can play No12, he's an exceptional player, so there's no risk for us".
  • No Surprise: US Black People Falsely Convicted More Than Whites

    No Surprise: US Black People Falsely Convicted More Than Whites

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    Gross, a University of MI law professor, and registry researchers Maurice Possley and Klara Stephens. "There are nearly certainly many more such cases that remain hidden". The researchers stress that their data likely does not cover all innocent people in prison, given that there are likely thousands of innocent people in prison who have yet to be - or never will be - exonerated.
  • Facebook trialling new batch of reactions, in Messenger

    Facebook trialling new batch of reactions, in Messenger

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    Facebook is now known to be testing a new feature for Messenger . Facebook users have been wanting a dislike button for some time now, and although 2017 might be the year in which they finally get it, it won't be where you'd expect. When the publication reached out to Facebook, the social network confirmed that a test phase was indeed in the works involving integrating Reactions to Messenger .
  • Price Target Watch on Kite Pharma, Inc. (NASDAQ:KITE)

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    Vetr lowered shares of Kite Pharma from a "strong-buy" rating to a "buy" rating and set a $63.91 price objective for the company.in a research report on Tuesday, September 13th. was downgraded to "neutral" by analysts at Citigroup. If you are viewing this news story on another publication, it was stolen and reposted in violation of US and global copyright and trademark law.