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UAE's Emaar outbids Amazon for Dubai-based e-commerce retailer

UAE's Emaar outbids Amazon for Dubai-based e-commerce retailer

Almost 85 percent of stock in Emaar Malls is owned by Emaar Properties PJSC, the company behind Dubai's Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building. The site was slated to launch in January in the ...

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New vs Old — Nissan Terrano Facelift

New vs Old — Nissan Terrano Facelift

Nissan's present market share in the Indian passenger vehicle market is about two per cent (at sales volume of 51,991 units during April 2016-February 2017). The newly updated Nissan Terrano will be c...

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Mercedes chief compares Valtteri Bottas and Nico Rosberg after Australian GP performance

Mercedes chief compares Valtteri Bottas and Nico Rosberg after Australian GP performance

Hamilton's Mercedes banked fastest laps in both of Friday's practice sessions, leaving rival teams in his wake. Bottas started and finished third in Sunday's season-opening Australian Grand Prix, wi...

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India's monsoon likely to escape El Nino

India's monsoon likely to escape El Nino

Were the monsoon is to be below normal in India due to an El Nino, it would be the third time in four years, a climatological record of sorts. A U.S. It is reported that there is 0 percent chance of...

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California Approves Fuel Economy Rules Despite Trump's Expected Changes

California Approves Fuel Economy Rules Despite Trump's Expected Changes

California - which in the 1970s was granted a federal waiver that allows it to set and operate under its own emissions standards - will be a big part of the regulatory review process, and it com...

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Johnson Wins Match Play To Sweep World Golf Championships

Johnson Wins Match Play To Sweep World Golf Championships

A victory will make Johnson the first player to sweep all four World Golf Championships. Despite the slow start, Rahm came roaring back. In 2009 the WGC-Champions was introduced in China, meaning ...

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Erdogan says Turkey may hold referendum for European Union accession

Erdogan says Turkey may hold referendum for European Union accession

The incident comes amid a diplomatic row between Turkey and several European Union member states, including the Netherlands and Germany, following their refusal to allow Turkish ministers to hold camp...

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Issue 207 of Motorsport Monday is out now - Ferrari are back!

Issue 207 of Motorsport Monday is out now - Ferrari are back!

Besides the two wins Red Bull Racing took home, Mercedes won every race. The four-time world champion cruised to his second win at Albert Park - and 43rd overall - with a almost 10-second gap over M...

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Community of artists mourns Utah man killed in London terror attack

Community of artists mourns Utah man killed in London terror attack

In total, 12 people have been arrested as part of the investigation, police said. There is no evidence of a link between so-called Islamic State or al-Qaeda with last week's terror attack in London,...

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Australia confirms its own Jurassic Park with huge dinosaur footprints

Australia confirms its own Jurassic Park with huge dinosaur footprints

Describing the discovery as "extremely significant", Dr. Salisbury said it forms the primary record of non-avian dinosaurs in the western part of Australia. He said: "It's such a magical place - Aus...

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Nigeria, Burkina Faso friendly cancelled

Nigeria, Burkina Faso friendly cancelled

Watford striker Isaac Success is determined to help Nigeria qualify for the 2018 World Cup after making his senior debut for the Super Eagles . "It's unimaginable that such a big game wasn't aired ...

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Cyclone Debbie expected to hit the coast earlier than expected

Cyclone Debbie expected to hit the coast earlier than expected

On Monday, the cyclone was churning over the Pacific Ocean as a Category 3 storm, with wind gusts up to 100 m.p.h. Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk urged people in the most vulnerable areas ...

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Evacuations ordered as Australia braces for 'nasty' cyclone

Evacuations ordered as Australia braces for 'nasty' cyclone

Cyclone Debbie is the largest storm to hit Queensland since the category 5 cyclone Yasi in 2011. "We are just watching all the news updates, my partner [Gibbons] wont let me watch Sky sports or Disc...

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'Comfortable' Ozil is soon to decide his Arsenal future

'Comfortable' Ozil is soon to decide his Arsenal future

England's striker Jermain Defoe (L) celebrates with teammates after scoring his team's first goal during the World Cup 2018 qualification football match between England and Lithuania at Wembley Stadiu...

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An Australian Professor Has Been Reportedly Barred from Leaving China

An Australian Professor Has Been Reportedly Barred from Leaving China

Chongyi Feng , an Associate Professor in Chinese Studies at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS), had been visiting China but says he was stopped from taking a flight to Australia while at Guangz...

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Facebook Messenger will soon no longer work on these smartphones

Facebook Messenger will soon no longer work on these smartphones

While this won't send too many into a meltdown, with Kantar revealing last week that only 1.9 per cent of Brits are still using Microsoft's mobile OS, Windows Phone 8.1 is still now the most popular...

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This is the world's fastest cop vehicle

This is the world's fastest cop vehicle

They cost between $1.7 and $2.7 million, according to reports. Maybe some are street racers, some are speeding and avoid the sight of police to not get their license suspended, but in Dubai, something...

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Google adds Free App of the Week section to Play Store

Google adds Free App of the Week section to Play Store

Google Play in recent weeks has received a lot of new features including one that allowed developers to display sales on their apps, including free offers, on Google Play. It's worth noting that the s...

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Iconic landmarks participate in Earth Hour

Iconic landmarks participate in Earth Hour

The United Nations this evening dimmed the lights at its iconic Headquarters complex in NY and other facilities around the world in observance of the tenth annual 'Earth Hour , ' global event to pu...

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Fox scores career-high 39 points to lead Wildcats past UCLA

Fox scores career-high 39 points to lead Wildcats past UCLA

I'll take Kentucky 83, UCLA 79. "This is an incredibly great group of guys". Wichita State was supposed to be tougher and more together. In one of the most hyped individual showdowns in the recent...

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Can you spot the Bentley in this big image?

Can you spot the Bentley in this big image?

In fact the image (not our version above - the one on Bentley's site ) is a gigapixel image stitched together with an nearly impossible 57.7 billion pixels of information taken by a camera 264 metres...

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NCAA Women's tournament 2017: Mississippi State beats Baylor 94-85 in overtime

NCAA Women's tournament 2017: Mississippi State beats Baylor 94-85 in overtime

The Bulldogs led 43-40 at halftime, and the close margin held throughout the majority of the game. She'll have more on Mississippi State in tonight's and Monday's newscasts. She is second in starts (1...

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Trump shifts blame to conservatives on failure of health care bill

Trump shifts blame to conservatives on failure of health care bill

In a Twitter message, the U.S. president not only faulted the hardline Freedom Caucus and two other influential conservative groups for the stunning setback, he suggested they had weakened efforts to ...

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Adele: "I Don't Know If I Will Ever Tour Again"

Despite only four sold-out Wembley shows remaining for June and July, Adele said she still felt too scared to try out "anything new" on stage. "I'm not sure if touring is my bag", she told the 40,00...

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Pakistan to observe Earth hour today

Pakistan to observe Earth hour today

The Earth Hour was observed yesterday (25/3/17 - Friday) from 8:30PM to 9:30PM IST ad it was a grand success. The Empire State Building seen in darkness as part of Earth Hour on March 31, 2012...

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Summit invites people to go beyond the ordinary for Earth Hour 2017

Summit invites people to go beyond the ordinary for Earth Hour 2017

Earth Hour is set to start at 8:30 pm local time. Earth Hour began in Syndey in 2007 and spread worldwide under WWF. He also called upon all commercial, social, governmental establishments, educa...

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Earth Hour Celebrates A Decade Of Climate Action

Earth Hour Celebrates A Decade Of Climate Action

In observance of the Earth Hour , Pakistan will also keep prominent landmarks and buildings' lights off during the half-hour. This year's theme is "Switch off for the Future", acknowledging that ou...

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Palace urges public to observe Earth Hour

There is no data available from BC Hydro for 2016 because the World Wildlife Federation, which now sponsors the event, moved Earth Hour to earlier in March. That's why Earth Hour is so crucial - it's ...

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Earth Hour: Government and other Organizations Take Part in Global Initiative

Earth Hour: Government and other Organizations Take Part in Global Initiative

People across the world - including Johannesburg - have been requested to switch off their lights and appliances during this period to mark Earth Hour. The initiative began in Australia in 2007 as a g...

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Box office report: Beauty and the Beast doubles Power Rangers' weekend gross

Box office report: Beauty and the Beast doubles Power Rangers' weekend gross

The box office juggernaut has earned $317 million (£254.2 million) to date from North American cinemas. It grossed a modest $7.6 million this weekend. The PG-13 reboot of the campy kids' Nineties TV s...

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Qatar switches off to observe Earth Hour 2017

This year's event marked the tenth anniversary of the Earth Hour movement, which started as a one-city event in Sydney in 2007 and has since grown to become the world's largest grassroots movement for...

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Lights go out around the world for 10th anniversary of Earth Hour

Lights go out around the world for 10th anniversary of Earth Hour

The global body said the landmarks included iconic sites such as the Eiffel Tower, Taipei 101, the Empire State Building and the Acropolis. Hundreds of residents joined Dewa's Earth Hour Walk amid c...

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Lights go out in Russia's Far East for Earth Hour

They can also use a new Facebook profile picture frame available on www.facebook.com/earthhour to celebrate Earth Hour on their own personal landmark - their Facebook page. Summit takes part in ...

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Gonzaga crushes Xavier, reaches first Final Four

Gonzaga crushes Xavier, reaches first Final Four

Under a brighter light, flaws and successes stand out even brighter and show what can be expected as the tournament turns up the intensity. "We're all here for a reason, right", Perkins said in the ...

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Leak reveals just how successful Nintendo thinks the Switch will be

Leak reveals just how successful Nintendo thinks the Switch will be

GameStop management delivered a grim earnings forecast for the current year, despite Nintendo Switch's popularity. "The demand is incredible strong", said GameStop chief operating officer Tony Bar...

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