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Kapil backs Kohli's men to defend Champions Trophy

Kapil backs Kohli's men to defend Champions Trophy

According to The Hindu, Madame Tussauds is one of London's largest tourist attractions. "I am also excited to see my figure at the upcoming attraction", the cricketer said. On India still struggling to produce an all-rounder like him, he said, "It is impossible. Good part is that they won the last time", the former Indian captain said.



Senate Fails to Overturn Methane Waste Rule

In a 51 to 49 vote, the Senate rejected an effort to strike down an environmental regulation aimed at limiting methane emissions from oil and gas drilling on public lands. While Graham and Collins had previously announced their plans to vote against repealing the rule, The Hill writes that John McCain's vote came as a surprise.



Wenger: "It was a very convincing win"

Collecting Mesut Ozil's pass inside the box, Sanchez feigned to shoot with his right but brought the ball back to his left and calmly slotted past Fraser Forster to mark his 100th Premier League appearance with a goal. "It's hard at the moment for me to choose between (Danny) Welbeck and Giroud", said Wenger. It was more fatigue, but it's hard to assess so close to the match.



Acting FBI Boss To Take Comey's Place At Senate Intel Hearing

At a jam-packed hearing of the Senate intelligence committee on Thursday, Sen. He said he did it because she had recently generated adverse headlines by having a meeting with ex-President Bill Clinton on an airport runway. With Comey gone, there were speculations whether a special prosecutor would be hired to investigate the case, however the White House appeared to shut down the notion.



North Korea Accuses CIA of Trying to Assassinate Kim Jong Un

After 13 North Korean workers from a restaurant in China defected to South Korea in April past year, North Korea said they were kidnapped by South Korean spies. Earlier this year, Seoul accused Pyongyang of using the chemical war agent VX to assassinate Kim Jong Un's exiled half-brother at Kuala Lumpur's airport, which led to calls in the U.S.