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Virat Kohli doubtful for series decider against Australia

Virat Kohli doubtful for series decider against Australia

Although he did take part in that game later, he is yet to fully recover from the injury. A section of the Australian media had taken on the Indian captain on behalf of its cricket team, with wide ranging comments from "leader of snakes" to comparing him to the US President Donald Trump.



GOP's healthcare bill is supportive of HSAs, widening the political rift

In Virginia according to CIFA policy analyst Michael Cassidy, 31 percent or more of the 327,000 people covered by the ACA in Virginia would lose their coverage under the Republican plan. Older and sicker people tend to want, or need, more comprehensive policies that cover a range of services such as prescription drugs and rehab services.


Mattis: Expect US troops in Iraq even after ISIS falls

Mattis: Expect US troops in Iraq even after ISIS falls

Tillerson made clear the coalition's fight against IS would be a top priority under the Trump administration, but asked other countries to contribute more to stabilization efforts once IS fighters have been expelled from Iraq and Syria. "We also must look this enemy's ideology in the eyes for what it is: a warped interpretation of Islam that threatens all of our people", Tillerson said in yet another passage that could have come from the playbook.


Battle for Mosul: Sharp uptick in civilian deaths

Battle for Mosul: Sharp uptick in civilian deaths

The news comes as a large number of injured civilians inside Mosul do not have access to medical treatment and many families, whose homes have been destroyed, are fleeing the intensifying clashes between the Iraqi forces and Daesh terrorists.


London Attack - 5 dead and 40 injured, PM Modi expresses grief

London Attack - 5 dead and 40 injured, PM Modi expresses grief

He then ran from his auto, and was shot and killed by police. "What I can confirm is that the man was British-born and that some years ago he was once investigated by MI5 in relation to concerns about violent extremism", May told lawmakers.


Xenophobia: Nigeria to meet South African President, Zuma

Xenophobia: Nigeria to meet South African President, Zuma

Nkoana-Mashabane said it was untrue that "the attacks on foreign nationals were targeted at the Nigerians", adding that citizens of other countries were also affected. The minister was speaking when he met with the Nigerians resident in South Africa at the Nigerian High Commission in Pretoria on Tuesday March 14. It is a wrong message and there has to be education, awareness, that it is not these immigrants that are taking your jobs.