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  • Barcelona ace forward Lionel Messi banned

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    Messi incurred the ban for berating the linesman in last week's 1-0 win over Chile in World Cup qualification, but it was only announced hours before Tuesday's match with Bolivia. Messi was punished for directing "insulting words" against an assistant referee during the match against Chile on Thursday. "Bolivia won fair and square", Argentina coach Edgardo Bauza said .
  • Captain Neymar rates Brazil as the best

    Captain Neymar rates Brazil as the best

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    With just four matches left, Argentina occupy fifth place, a point behind Chile and Uruguay on 22, and two ahead of Ecuador on 22. Brazil's next World Cup qualifier is against Ecuador on August 31, while Paraguay-seventh in the 10-team group-will face Chile.
  • U.S. to Expand Fire Support of African Union Mission in Somalia

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    Davis said. Gen. Thomas D. Waldhauser, the head of US Africa Command, supported President Trump's decision to step up the fight against al-Shabaab in Somalia. Prior to the new rules, the military was required to follow standards established by President Barack Obama in 2013 on counter-terrorism strikes away from conventional war zones.
  • Killed After Rivers Overflow in Colombia

    Killed After Rivers Overflow in Colombia

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    Some could be heard calling out the names of people missing. Herman Granados, a doctor at the local hospital, said he worked through the night to help victims. Cars were overturned and seen hanging part way out of buildings, whilst two bridges were destroyed, authorities said. More than 20 were injured so seriously they had to be airlifted to other cities.
  • PM Najib to visit India, for five days from Friday

    PM Najib to visit India, for five days from Friday

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    Najib is on his third official visit to India since becoming prime minister. Razak arrived in Chennai on Thursday on a six-day visit to India and reached New Delhi on Friday evening. The two sides also inked an MoU on proposed development of a urea and ammonia plant in Malaysia, exclusively for export to India and for offtake of existing surplus urea from Malaysia to India.
  • First new Samaria locale in 20 years for Amona evacuees

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    But after Netanyahu announced plans to build the settlement during Trump's first two weeks in office, the White House signaled that it too may have its limits. If not possible to build in a current settlement, Israeli authorities would build adjacent to those areas. The study was removed from the UN's website after pressure from the United States and Israel.
  • Ford hires 300 for Canadian connected car research

    Ford hires 300 for Canadian connected car research

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    The federal and and provincial governments are investing more than $200 million in a new engine program at Ford's Essex Engine Plant in Windsor, Ont., as part of a $1-billion partnership with the company to "create and maintain" nearly 800 jobs.
  • Rex Tillerson says Assad's fate to be decided by Syrian people

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    TRT World's political correspondent Hasan Abdullah has more. With the second largest army in NATO, Turkey is seeking a role for its military in a planned offensive on Raqqa, one of ISIS's two de facto capitals along with Mosul in Iraq - but the USA is veering towards enlisting the YPG.
  • Mexican state prosecutor held on drug charges in NYC case

    Mexican state prosecutor held on drug charges in NYC case

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    During that same, Veytia allegedly knew of and would attempt illegal importation of those drugs outside the U.S.as well. If convicted, Veytia would have to forfeit all property believed to be obtained through his drug manufacturing and distributing, and all property used to commit the offenses, including at least $250 million, according to the United States District Court of Southern California.
  • TIMELINE - South Korea's impeached President Park Geun-hye

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    A convoy of vehicles, including a black sedan carrying Park, entered a detention facility near Seoul after the Seoul Central District Court granted prosecutors' request to arrest her. Choi Soon-Sil, Park's secret confidante at the heart of the scandal, is already on trial for forcing top local firms including tech giant Samsung to "donate" almost $70 million to non-profit foundations which she allegedly used for personal gain.