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Aussie Price wins Dakar Rally stage

Aussie Price wins Dakar Rally stage

Finishing 8th at the end of the day, his rankings improved from 14th to 11th overall. Sherco TVS' only surviving rider rode exceedingly well and finished the stage in a strong position, climbing up to 11th position in the overall rankings. Stage 13 of the Dakar Rally offered the last taste of the dunes at San Juan and a fesh-fesh area around the famous WRC mountain-pists in Cordoba, which tested the riders' nerves.


President Trump says he's not a racist in wake of recent comments

President Trump says he's not a racist in wake of recent comments

That's after bipartisan negotiations to craft an immigration deal resulted in a partisan dispute. "And I hope that what we see are Republicans and Democrats coming together, not to fight politics, but to actually come up with a solution to address this challenge before us".


International Olympic Committee to Decide on the North Korea Presence in Winter Games

International Olympic Committee to Decide on the North Korea Presence in Winter Games

South and North Korea have agreed that they will form a joint women's ice hockey team and that their athletes will march together during the games' opening ceremony. The collaboration between the two Koreas is happening amid growing global pressure on North Korea to abandon its accelerating programme of testing nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles to deliver them.


Federer marches on, Djokovic beats the heat but Wawrinka bows out

Federer marches on, Djokovic beats the heat but Wawrinka bows out

It was nearly 40 degrees Celsius when Djokovic and Monfils were doing battle on Rod Laver Arena, so dropped to around 30°C by the time Federer defeated Struff 6-4 6-4 7-6 (7-4). I wouldn't have minded playing during the day. Sure enough, world No. 88 Hsieh Su-wei of Taiwan defeated Muguruza 7-6 (7-1) 6-4 and twice grand slam semifinalist Konta - downed by Hsieh at the French Open last May - succumbed to lucky loser Bernarda Pera 6-4 7-5.


The Women's March Isn't Just For People In The US

The Women's March Isn't Just For People In The US

The flagship rally was held in Washington and echoed in sister protests around the world. But the demonstrations were also criticized for being too white and liberal. "This next stage of the movement will channel the energy and activism of the Women's March into tangible strategies and concrete wins in 2018", the organization wrote on its website .


GOP still struggling with Trump's remarks on Africa

GOP still struggling with Trump's remarks on Africa

The Mr Kiraithe's statements, which is the first official response by the government on the remarks, however differ with that of other African nations and the continental body the African Union, which have asked the US President to withdraw the remarks, terming them racists.