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Sexton eyes Slam as Ireland seal Six Nations title

Johnny Sexton is hoping that Ireland can finish their Six Nations campaign in style after England’s defeat in Paris ensured Joe Schmidt’s side will reclaim the Championship.  England knew they had to match Ireland’s five match-points gained from victory over Scotland earlier to stay in the race for the NatWest 6 …

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Miami nightclub shut over horse stunt

Image copyright Via Leeza Marie Juelle Image caption The white horse appeared to buck off its rider in front of shocked partygoers A nightclub in Miami has lost its licence after a scantily clad woman rode a horse on the premises. Video from the Mokai Lounge in South Beach showed …

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The incredible multi-dimensional chess of Qualcomm vs. Broadcom

Game of Thrones may be out of season, but the complex and multi-dimensional strategic drama at the heart of the acclaimed series can still be witnessed in today’s on-going showdown between Broadcom and Qualcomm. This week, we even had a character “death” of one of the “royals” to boot. For …

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U.S. Allies Jostle to Win Exemptions From Trump Tariffs

“If you now start making concessions on other things, you give in to blackmail,” said Guntram Wolff, the director of Bruegel, a research organization in Brussels. “I would reject that.” On Saturday, Cecilia Malmström, the European Union’s trade commissioner, met with the United States trade representative, Robert Lighthizer, in Brussels, …

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Kim deal would mean lasting legacy for Trump

The White House view is that North Korea’s softening of its stance and the invitation to talks is evidence that Donald Trump’s strategy of “maximum pressure” is working. Though taken completely by surprise – by the President’s rapid agreement to talks with Kim Jong Un – White House aides maintain …

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Syrian army advances reported in Eastern Ghouta

The Syrian army intensified its onslaught in Eastern Ghouta with advances that a war monitor and state media said had splintered the enclave, though a rebel official denied this. Syrian state television broadcast from inside the town of Mesraba, a town along the road connecting the northern and southern halves …

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