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Will Orlando shooting swing election for Trump?

Posted on 13th Jun 2016 16:53:09

Conversations in which Democrat Hillary Clinton is advanced as the odds-on favourite to win the US presidency usually contain an explicit or implicit "but".

Yes, Mrs Clinton has built-in advantages in electoral maths and organisation and Donald Trump's controversial views and propensity for wandering woefully off-message are political liabilities - but what if there were a headline-grabbing Islamic militant attack on US soil before November's election? Would that significantly alter the state of the presidential race?

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Euro 2016: 150 Russians

Posted on 13th Jun 2016 16:46:34

A group of "well-trained" Russian hooligans were behind the violence in Marseille when Russia played England in a Euro 2016 match, prosecutors say.The 150 Russian football supporters "were well prepared for ultra-rapid, ultra-violent action" and were able to evade arrest, a city prosecutor said.Two England fans have been jailed for throwing bottles at police. Four more face immediate trial.

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World Bids Fond Farewell To Boxing Legend Muhammad Ali

Posted on 13th Jun 2016 16:40:11

On Friday, June 10, over 100,000 fans lined up along the streets of Louisville, KY chanted “Ali Ali” as the hearsecarrying legendary boxing icon Mohammad Ali’s cherry-red casket made its way to the Cave Hill National Cemetery. The 74-year-old, who had been battling Parkinson’s disease for 32 years, passed away at a hospital near Phoenix on June 3, 2016. Ali was famous not only for his athletic prowess but also for his social activism.

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Visually Impaired Srikanth Bolla Sees No Challenges, Just Opportunities

Posted on 13th Jun 2016 16:30:32

Being blind is tough under any circumstances. But things were even harder for Srikanth Bolla who born in a small village near Hyderabad, India, where the common belief was that kids with disabilities were “useless” and even a “sin” and therefore, better off dead. Fortunately, Srikanth’s parents loved their son and refused to give in to societalpressure. Instead, they encouraged the blind boy to dream big and reach for the stars.

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