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Pakistan votes after controversial, bitter campaign

Pakistan votes after controversial, bitter campaign

Just over a decade after the end of Pakistan's most recent era of military rule, Wednesday's vote features competing narratives of democracy amid Sharif's accusations elements of the powerful army are working to throw the race to Khan, which he denies.


Kevin Love Inks $120 Million Extension With Cleveland Cavs

Kevin Love Inks $120 Million Extension With Cleveland Cavs

While James nearly certainly will play out his contract with the Purple and Gold, it wouldn't be shocking to see the Cavs eventually trade away Love if they decide a rebuild is necessary. The face of the franchise, however, will be Love, who is now under contract with the team through the 2022-23 season. We know that we're going to add some new pieces, but we feel like things are going ahead in the right direction, and we're going to have a team that's going to play extremely hard, ...



Tiger Woods blasts fan who shouted "Free Palestine" at British Open

No one should doubt him now. Number of bogeys Francesco Molinari made in his final 37 holes, almost unthinkable given the pitfalls that await during every trip 'round Carnoustie, among the hardest links courses in the world. An hour later, he noticed Woods in the lead, but only by accident. "I'm looking forward to Paris". "I didn't get off to a great start but I hung in there and I battled back and I just ran out of holes at the end", said McIlroy.


Arsenal boss Unai Emery offers support to Mesut Ozil

Arsenal boss Unai Emery offers support to Mesut Ozil

This week, Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness also accused Ozil of "playing like s*** for years" and said the German side targeted the player as the "weak link" when the two clubs met in the Champions League . The lengthy three-part tweet was posted just before he flew out with the rest of the Arsenal squad, which arrived in Singapore for the International Champions Cup (ICC ) on Monday morning.


Pressure is on to win trophies, says Jürgen Klopp

Pressure is on to win trophies, says Jürgen Klopp

Having added Shaqiri, midfielders Naby Keita and Fabinho and goalkeeper Alisson, the German now needs to make big decisions on who to keep, who to loan an d who to let go. "I'm very curious to see him in the Premier League because a lot of great goalkeepers have failed in England". Former boss Nigel Pearson was in charge the last time Leicester attempted to acquire the striker, in a time when they were struggling near the bottom of the Premier League.


Insane scenes as Tour de France leaders get tear-gassed

Insane scenes as Tour de France leaders get tear-gassed

It is believed that a French policeman then accidentally sprayed several cyclists with pepper spray while trying to restrain a protester. Just a few miles after the start of the race between Carcassonne and Bagnères-de-Luchon, in the southwest of France , local French farmers demonstrating against a decrease in their financial support tried to block the Tour de France by loading bales of hay on the road.