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NCAA tournament: Gators spoil Badgers' Garden party

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The ball slipped through the net and Florida slipped into an All-SEC regional final against SC on Sunday. "Against all the teams we've played against, those two teams do stand out in that particular regard". Chris Chiozza hadn't scored a bucket in almost 15 minutes, happily taking a backseat and distributor role while KeVaughn Allen did his thing. From there, the rest was history. Read More »

Wisconsin Infographic: Badgers Seniors Can Make History

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The Badgers four-year players are 13-3 in NCAA Tournament play, after making a Final Four in 2014, the National Championship game in 2015, the Sweet 16 last season, and now the Sweet 16 yet again. The East Region has delivered some of the more memorably moments of the Tournament thus far. A floating 3 to put Florida into the Elite Eight? "They're an excellent defensive team", Lanier said. Read More »

London Attacker Khaled Masood was known to British Security Services

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The 48-year-old husband and father was a police officer for 15 years and part of the parliamentary protection force. The BBC believes he also lived in recent years at two addresses in Luton and one in east London. A party of French schoolchildren were among those targeted on the bridge, with three injured. Nothing. He's just killed a woman on the bridge - which I didn't know at the time - he almost killed a boy, he was going to go and kill more, and be killed. Read More »

India plans to seal global borders with Pakistan and Bangladesh: Rajnath

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Aiming to resolve the problem of terrorism and refugees, the Indian government is planning to completely seal its global border with Pakistan and Bangladesh. Responding to a question by the media after the parade function, Rajnath said: "The borders would be sealed". Speaking about the rise in incident of grievances among the security forces, the minister mentioned that the government is planning for an effective grievances redressal mechanism and it will soon be implemented. Read More »

The moment Khalid Masood was shot during the Westminster attack

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A 39-year-old woman arrested in east London has been released on bail until late March. Nine people remain in custody on suspicion of preparing terrorist acts. He had never been convicted of a terrorism offense and he was not part of any current intelligence investigations. His first conviction was in November 1983 for criminal damage and his last conviction was in December 2003 for possession of a knife. Read More »

Goa: Irish woman found dead on Canacona beach, police suspect rape

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An avid traveller, she had been to Australia in the past but returned to Ireland previous year and was at home when her grandfather, to whom she was very close, passed away. 'As you can expect we are finding it very hard at this trying time. Police said the man, understood to be 24, had confessed to sexually assaulting Ms McLaughlin and killing her "in order to hide his identity". Read More »

United Kingdom court fasttracks liquor baron Vijay Mallya's extradition

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The MEA had made a formal request to extradite Mr. Mallya as per the treaty which was handed over to the British High Commission in New Delhi through a diplomatic note of request or " note verbale " sent on February 8, 2017. The extradition process involves a number of steps, including a decision by the judge whether to issue a warrant of arrest. The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said on Friday that the request has been approved by the Britain's Secretary of State. Read More »

Naked Protesters Kill Sheep at Auschwitz

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Museum guards quickly responded and ordered the demonstrators to dress, The site was closed to visitors during the incident while police were called. The seven men and four women, from countries including Poland, Belarus, and Germany, also draped a banner with the word "Love" over the gate and used a drone to film the incident, Deutsche Welle reports. Read More »

Turkish soldier killed by sniper fire from Kurdish-controlled Syria

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Cross-border tensions are rising between Kurdish militias in Syria and Turkey's military after a Turkish soldier was fatally shot from a Kurdish-controlled area in northwestern Syria. Despite Moscow's denial, photographs that show military vehicles patrolling with Russian flags in the region have come to light. This week, YPG spokesperson Redur Xelil confirmed that the YPG have "direct relations with Russia" and that Russian soldiers are present in Rojava "as a result of an agreement ... Read More »

How to Get Free Food on the First Day of Spring

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Monday marks the start of the new season and for all of that late winter frustration, your prize is a free cup of water ice. Capture and share your first day of spring moments Monday to Friday on Rita's Instagram, Twitter or Facebook page using #RitasFirstDayofSpring . Read More »

PM to meet MPs from Guj at his house today

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Senior party leader LK Advani and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar were present as well, along with legislators from Goa, Rajasthan, Andaman and Nicobar Islands and Daman and Diu. Terming it as a landmark decision, Shah said this commission will lead to substantial improvement in lives of people from backward classes. The BJP is believed to be keen on cashing in on the spillover effect from its recent victories in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand Assembly elections in Gujarat, and an ... Read More »

'Active Shooter' Situation At Bellagio Hotel In Las Vegas

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But they added in a statement: "Initial reports indicated there was an "active shooter" which was false". Las Vegas Police confirmed to CBS there was no active shooter, but rather a robbery with armed suspects. The suspects wore character masks, but Lt. Hank could not confirm the specifics of the mask. The woman, who identified as Kira, spoke to the New York Daily News, she said: "He was screaming at people, pointing his gun, making sure that anyone who was close just got away". Read More »

Attacks on Indians isolated incidents: Sushma

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On February 22, Srinivas Kuchibhotla, a 32-year-old Indian engineer was shot dead by a United States national, Adam Purinton, in a crowded bar in the Kansas City suburb of Olathe. Thereafter, he addressed a business event which concluded with the signing of an MoU between Invest India and the Far East Investment and Export Agency. Read More »

Children Killed in 2016 During Conflict in Syria

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At least 652 children were killed last year - a 20% increase compared to the previous year. "The depth of suffering is unprecedented", said Geert Cappelaere, the UNICEF regional director for the Middle East and North Africa. UNICEF has called on all parties to the conflict and those having influence over them to find an immediate political solution to end the violence. Send money here to the UN Human Rights Office which assists in several humanitarian aid activities, such as supplying ... Read More »

Dozens rally against Keystone XL Pipeline on Fort Peck Reservation

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Trying to distract from the failing health care bill, the Trump administration has announced approval of the key permit for the Keystone XL pipeline. "We're very happy because it's going to create thousands of jobs in Canada and in the United States", said Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr who once threatened to use soldiers against pipeline protestors. Read More »

Economy on the agenda as China's Premier Li visits Australia

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Li's five-day visit to Australia and New Zealand, which began on Wednesday, is the first by a Chinese premier in 11 years. Turnbull said he will also seek to progress a possible regional trade agreement as Australia seeks to minimize the impact of President Donald Trump pulling the United States out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership in January, effectively killing the accord in its current form. Read More »

PM: 'No explanation' for United States refusal to waive immunity

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New Zealand Prime Minister Bill English says he doesn't know why the U.S. refused to waive immunity for the man, the New Zealand Herald reports. He was wanted for questioning by police, but the embassy refused to release him from diplomatic immunity, so he could not be arrested. Read More »

Westminster attack: 2 more arrested overnight

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Parliament Square, Westminster Bridge and several surrounding streets remain cordoned off by police. "Our current arrangements have been developed with Parliament over many years and are created to provide access to the seat of our government balanced with security that is proportionate but not overly intrusive", he said. Read More »

Hospitals, Insurers Gain as Republican Health Bill Is Pulled

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At the time that the ACA was being drafted, some Catholic organizations opposed key elements of the measure. His budget plan would repeal most of the law, with a few exceptions. The clear lesson is, a rejection of a single health care bill, as experienced by the House Republican leadership this week, does not have to mean the end of all hope for health care reform during this Congressional term. Read More »

Blast In Western Mosul Kills 130, Including Women, Children

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Iraqi families fleeing fighting between Iraqi forces and jihadists of the Islamic State group are evacuated. As of March 14 of this year, the US alone has carried out over 7,700 airstrikes in Iraq - many centered around the ISIS stronghold in Mosul - while coalition forces have conducted an additional 3,634 airstrikes in the war-plagued Middle Eastern nation. Read More »

Cayman detective recalls colleague slain in terror attack

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It was surreal. It just makes you realise how tender, or how quickly, things can change in life". We love him so much. She's working to get the picture to the officer's family. His family said the Charlton Athletic soccer team fan was "proud to be a police officer". Martin saw Palmer's photo on the news afterwards and was shocked. Read More »

Zimbabwe ban Brazil meat imports

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None of the meat processors implicated in the Brazil investigation, including the country's two largest meat exporters, JBS and BRF, ship products to the U.S., FSIS said. All beef trimmings will be tested for Salmonella , Escherichia coli O157:H7, and non-O157 shiga-toxin producing E coli (STEC), while ready-to-eat food will be tested for Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes . Read More »