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Award ceremony held for winners in karate at Baku 2017

Award ceremony held for winners in karate at Baku 2017

Iran's head coach Behrouz Ataei initially fielded Rasoul Aghcheli, Akbar Valaei, Ali Asgarmojarrad, Amir Hossein Esfandiyar, Javad Karimi and Tayyib Eini. Azerbaijan is represented by 325 athletes, Turkey has sent the largest team of 345 athletes, the third is Iran with 300 athletes. Baku, Fineko/abc.az.



Extremely Rare Penalty Cock-Up Costs Leicester A Point At Manchester City

Our opponents, Manchester City, are one of the most entertaining teams in the league and as they fight for the Champions League, they still have everything to play for. City manager Guardiola is without first-choice goalkeeper Claudio Bravo, out for the rest of the season with a calf injury, but his absence hasn't hurt his team's prospects unduly, given the Chile international's erratic displays.


Militants open fire on security forces in Kashmir

Militants open fire on security forces in Kashmir

There were total six attacks in last 72 hours. The incident broke out when the troopers were conducting survey in Pulwama district regarding the whereabouts of a few Kashmiri youth. It's not immediately confirmed whether the militants opened fire at the Army or it was an attempt to escape the area. According to a senior police official, terrorists hiding in the Seer Jagir village in Tral opened fire at the army patrol.


Bottas misses most of final practice, Raikkonen fastest

Bottas misses most of final practice, Raikkonen fastest

Hamilton's Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas was third fastest, recovering from a wild slide exiting the chicane on his first Q3 run to ultimately lap 0.173s slower than Vettel with a small improvement on his second run. Just 10 minutes into the session, Alonso left the garage for the first time but only reached Turn 2 when the rear tires locked up and pitched the McLaren into a spin.



North Korea ready to hold talks with Trump

However, he would prefer a diplomatic outcome to the dispute over its nuclear and missile programmes. North Korea's parliamentary committee on foreign affairs has sent a letter to the U.S. "Track-two meetings are routinely held on a variety of topics around the world and occur independent of USA government involvement", a State Department official said.


London lawmakers defy Labour Party on Brexit, demand single market membership

London lawmakers defy Labour Party on Brexit, demand single market membership

Labour hold a majority of seats in London, including many constituencies that voted strongly to reject Brexit. "He says he wants to change Britain - and that's true", said Mrs May. "It would mean world leaders had already triggered a spiral of catastrophe for humankind". At the same time, he will condemn the "bomb first, talk later" policies of recent British and U.S.