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ISIS fighters killed by U.S. bomb, Afghan official says

ISIS fighters killed by U.S. bomb, Afghan official says

Another Achin resident, Mohammad Hakim, voiced his approval for the strike, saying "We are very happy and these kinds of bombs should be used in future as well, so Daesh is rooted out from here", using the Arabic acronym for the Islamic State group.


Oilers vs. Sharks live stream, Game 4

Oilers vs. Sharks live stream, Game 4

The Sharks know they're going to be surrounded by friendly faces when they return to SAP Center on Sunday with their best-of-seven playoff series against Edmonton reduced to a best-of-five. At one point, Darnell Nurse laid out Timo Meier with a stick to his throat, but somehow escaped without a penalty. It took the hosts almost eight minutes to record their first shot, but once they got into the flow, the Sharks enjoyed the better of a scoreless opening period.



Donald Trump, Patriots blast New York Times over White House photos

Run-of-the mill reasons. One player said he would not be able to make it earlier this week because he had the dates mixed up and couldn't miss a family birthday party. It was the team's fifth Super Bowl title since February 2002. Everybody has their free choice of who they wanted, but that's not a person I want to represent me even though he is.


Fox News ends relationship with Bill O'Reilly, O'Reilly responds

Fox News ends relationship with Bill O'Reilly, O'Reilly responds

With a profit center gone, 21st Century Fox stock fell nearly 1 percent Wednesday in heavy trading. O'Reilly's firing comes after media outlets reported in early April that the outspoken conservative TV host and 21st Century Fox had paid up to $13 million since 2002 to five accusers so that they would not pursue their harassment lawsuits.


Cannot be complacent about potential threat of North Korean missiles - UK minister

Cannot be complacent about potential threat of North Korean missiles - UK minister

At the outset of their meeting, Pence reiterated to Abe his statement in South Korea that the United States has run out of patience with Pyongyang's moves. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Monday that Moscow can not accept the DPRK's "reckless nuclear actions". Australia's prime minister also urged China to do more, saying Beijing has the "greatest obligation and responsibility" to de-escalate the threat from North Korea.