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The 22-year-old big man had been enjoying an excellent rookie year in Philadelphia, averaging 20.2 points and 7.8 rebounds per game for the surprisingly not bad Sixers. Simmons, who hasn't played a game in his first year as a member of an National Basketball Association roster had bone marrow injected into his foot to stimulate bone growth and speed up the healing process.
  • Cancel 'disgusting' Trump's visit: UK MPs

    Cancel 'disgusting' Trump's visit: UK MPs

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    The debate was in response to a petition signed by nearly two million people calling for his invitation to be rescinded. British Prime Minister Theresa May became the first foreign leader to meet Trump in the White House in January, when she invited him to Britain on a state visit to be hosted by Queen Elizabeth II later this year.
  • Investigators release voice recording from cell phone in Delphi investigation

    Investigators release voice recording from cell phone in Delphi investigation

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    Though hard to understand, police said the voice is saying, " Down the hill ". On Feb.15, authorities released a photo of the suspect found walking on the Delphi Historic Trail around the time the teens disappeared. "I say that because this is a classic example, a clear example, that evil lives amongst us". The pair was last seen by a family member dropped who them off at 1 p.m.
  • Evacuations called as levee breaks in California

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    Well over 1-1/2 inches of rain fell in San Francisco . Rescue crews take out residents from a flooded neighborhood Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017, in San Jose, Calif. Residents should be ready to leave quickly if conditions worsen, the sheriff's office said. In the Sierra Nevada mountain range, part of Highway 50, one of the main routes to Lake Tahoe, was in danger of collapsing after a roadway shoulder gave way following heavy storms, leaving a gaping hole about 40 feet long and 17 feet wide, ...
  • Blair defends Guantanamo release for 'Isis bomber'

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    Britani was freed in 2004 after the government of then-Prime Minister Tony Blair lobbied for his release and later traveled to Syria to fight with Islamic State. Fiddler was reportedly awarded compensation after claiming that British agents knew he had been mistreated in Guantanamo. Harith said that during his two years at the USA detention camp he was kicked, punched, slapped, deprived of sleep shackled in painful positions, given only meagre rations of water and fed on food marked as ...
  • Iran Encourages Palestinians Resistance against Israel

    Iran Encourages Palestinians Resistance against Israel

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    It also emphasized the unity among the Palestinians and the resistance against Israel as the only approach to upholding their "legitimate" rights. Khamenei made the comments during a two-day conference in Tehran attended by delegates from some 80 countries, which focused on Iranian support for the Palestinians amid growing tensions with United States and Israel over the mullahs' ballistic missile and nuclear program.
  • China, US vow to address North Korea nuclear threat

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    But it made exceptions for deliveries intended for "the people's wellbeing" and not connected to the nuclear or missile programmes. If the North manages to implement technology for mounting nuclear warheads on ballistic missiles, the US would face a truly grave threat.
  • DHS Memos Consider Deportation Streamlining Options

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    Kelly's memos offer a blueprint to agency heads for how they should implement Trump's executive orders on immigration. Secretary John Kelly signed a series of memos that were distributed among agency chiefs on Friday and would, among other things, expand by hundreds of thousands the number of immigrants who could be subject to expedited removal from the country .
  • ISIS claims Sinai rocket attack

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    The incident comes after the Islamic State group, which has active affiliate groups in the Egyptian enclave, claimed that five of its militants were killed Saturday in an Israeli drone strike in Sinai. Amaq announced that the affiliate, which calls itself the Sinai Province, fired several Grad rockets toward the Red Sea resort city. Isis claimed responsibility for the Eilat attack .
  • Airstrikes Take Out IS Headquarters in Mosul Hospital

    Airstrikes Take Out IS Headquarters in Mosul Hospital

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    United States-backed airstrikes launched Friday took out an Islamic State group headquarters located in a hospital in western Mosul, U.S. military officials said Saturday. The United States, which has deployed more than 5,000 troops in the fighting, leads an global coalition providing critical air and ground support, including artillery fire, to the Iraqi and Kurdish forces.
  • McCain on attacking media: That's how dictators get started

    McCain on attacking media: That's how dictators get started

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    Paul went on to say, "Actually, we're very lucky John McCain is not in charge because I think we would be in perpetual war". White House chief of staff Reince Priebus said President Donald Trump's comments on the press being "the enemy" should be taken "seriously", while criticizing journalists' use of unnamed sources.
  • Adama Barrow: Osinbajo, Sirleaf, Akufo-Addo attend The Gambia's president inauguration

    Adama Barrow: Osinbajo, Sirleaf, Akufo-Addo attend The Gambia's president inauguration

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    On Saturday, he was officially sworn in as president. Later he will address the nation, and 52 pigeons, representing each year of independence from Britain, will be released. The global community has warmed to Barrow's approach. He first returned to the country January 26, when he assumed power. The regional force has secured the country during the transition, which has remained peaceful.