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Novak Djokovic Looks Like the Most Formidable Man in Tennis

Today 07:01 GMT

He’s the most formidable man in tennis, having won the last two Grand Slam titles and looking for a third straight at the Australian Open.

The world’s No. 1 ranked player has won the last two Grand Slams and is the favorite to win another Australian Open title

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Tesla earnings: Investors are hoping for a second consecutive quarterly profit

Today 07:01 GMT

Tesla Inc. is approaching its fourth-quarter earnings release day hoping that showing a profit, however small, will dispel demand worries about the Silicon Valley car maker for once and for all.

After a drama-filled 2018 that included spats with short sellers, the media, and federal regulators, perhaps what most investors are looking for from Tesla is to simply be boring.

Source: DW

Pro-Brexit MP: 'Democracy has been served'

Today 07:01 GMT

The prime minister seems to be going back to the European Union, invited by Angela Merkel no less, who has said that 50 years from now it would look very strange if we didn't look back and say, 'well why couldn't they find a compromise?'

With British MPs having roundly rejected Theresa May's deal with the EU, Brexit hardliners say her defeat means Brussels should renegotiate. But what do they want?

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ICE agents fighting MS-13 in Long Island to remain near jail after eviction, officials said

Today 08:05 GMT

Federal immigration agents fighting on the front lines against the notorious MS-13 gang that's infiltrated a Long Island county will be allowed to remain near the jail they were recently evicted from, officials said.

FLASHBACK: MS-13 CRACKDOWN SEVERELY REDUCES GANG'S VIOLENT CRIMINAL ACTIVITY IN NEW YORK STRONGHOLD. Curran ordered ICE to leave the Nassau County jail after a November ruling by the State Supreme Court’s Appellate Division, which found state and local law enforcement cannot arrest or detain immigrants in the country illegally on an ICE warrant for deportation purposes, the newspaper reported.

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Restaurant holding 'funeral' for New Orleans Saints following 'grossly negligent homicide by the NFL'

Today 08:05 GMT

A Memphis restaurant known for serving up Louisiana-inspired cuisine has announced it will be holding a “funeral” for the New Orleans Saints following Sunday’s loss to the Los Angeles Rams. Kelly English, The Second Line’s chef and owner, shared the news on Tuesday via Facebook, saying the event will be held in the wake of the NFL’s “grossly negligent homicide” of the Saints.

“This Sunday, starting at 4:30 p.m., we will host a funeral for the saints, victims of a grossly negligent homicide by the NFL and their officials,” English wrote.

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My Talk With Legendary Rams Quarterback Warren Beatty

Today 07:01 GMT

I don’t want any trouble from admirers of Jack Youngblood, Merlin Olsen, Deacon Jones, Roman Gabriel or Norm Van Brocklin, but for a vagabond football franchise with a scattered history, it’s possible the most iconic Los Angeles Ram (who actually played in Los Angeles) remains a movie character:. Joe Pendleton, the shaggy-haired, corpse-hopping, soprano sax-playing, quarterback protagonist of the 1978 film “Heaven Can Wait.”

Source: Global News

Measles outbreak hits U.S. community known as ‘hotspot’ for unvaccinated children

Today 07:01 GMT

Most cases are in children under 10, but there are four cases of children between 11-18 years old, and one case in an adult between 19-29 years old.

A Washington state community near Portland, Ore., has declared a public health emergency after 23 reported cases of measles were confirmed. Clark County officials said 20 of those cases were in people who were not vaccinated.

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When Richard Carpenter Reminisces About Singing With His Sister, It’s Yesterday Once More

Today 07:01 GMT

Richard Carpenter, 72, is a three-time Grammy-winning composer, singer, producer and pianist who, with his sister, Karen, recorded as the Carpenters.

Favorite co-written hits: ‘Yesterday Once More,’ ‘Goodbye to Love,’ ‘Top of the World,’ ‘Merry Christmas, Darling’ and ‘Only Yesterday’. Pianos at home: ‘A Steinway Model D 9-foot concert grand in the living room and a 6-foot-3 Baldwin parlor grand in the sitting room’. Carpenters splurge: ‘A rented Learjet 23.

Source: Reuters

Venezuela's Guaido declares himself president, Maduro under pressure

Today 07:01 GMT

Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido declared himself interim president on Wednesday, while hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans poured onto the streets to demand an end to the socialist government of President Nicolas Maduro.

“We’ve come out to support the opposition and preserve the future of my son and my family, because we’re going hungry,” said Jose Barrientos, 31, an auto parts salesman in the poor west end of Caracas.

Source: Global News

Canadian Milos Raonic exits Australian Open with knee injury

Today 07:01 GMT

Andy Murray exits Australian Open in first round, could be his last match. “There’s damage inside my knee I’m aware of that I’m trying to avoid potentially having to have surgery on,” said Raonic, who has been hampered by injuries throughout his career.

France’s Lucas Pouille has reached the Australian Open semifinals for the first time with a 7-6 (4), 6-3, 6-7 (2), 6-4 win over the 16th-seeded Raonic, a major reversal of form at Melbourne Park after losing in the first round here in the previous five years.

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Research project on injured workers heading back to the job gets $1.4M funding boost

Today 07:01 GMT

Mun now works at the IAVGO Community Legal Clinic in Toronto helping other injured workers, but it took him many years to land the right job.

As for mobile workers, that includes temporary foreign workers, Canadians who head elsewhere for jobs and those who travel for work within the country, too — from fly-in oil patch employees to health-care workers travelling from client to client. The research spans Alberta as well as all provinces from Ontario east, and Lippel’s project, which has a long list of partners, has received a $1.4-million boost from the federal government.

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Oil moves sharply lower on report EU may be able to ‘skirt’ U.S. sanctions on Iran

Today 07:01 GMT

Oil futures turned sharply lower on Wednesday, breaking out of earlier rangebound trade, following a report that the European Union may soon launch a mechanism that would allow companies to bypass U.S. sanctions and trade with Iran.

The European Union is expected launch a mechanism that would facilitate nondollar trade with Iran, circumvent U.S. sanctions, Reuters reported Wednesday, citing comments from diplomats.

Source: BBC

Trump team accused of editing images

Today 07:01 GMT

Social media users were quick to point out the possible tweaks to this image, which was shared on Mr Trump's official Instagram and Facebook accounts.

Mr Trump soon responded, asking a studio audience during that year's election campaign: "Do these look like small hands?" Another image of Mr Trump in which he can be seen waving from the presidential plane, Air Force One, also appears to have been edited.

Source: BBC

Police launch 'creepy' search for woman

Today 07:01 GMT

A woman in Munich says a police officer gave her a ticket, only to then use her information to call her "several times a day, for weeks". A Berlin Police spokesman told BBC News that the force "saw the chance to help this little love story with the help of our Instastory".

"Police officers are just people like you and me, with feelings and a chance for great love," he says, adding that comparing their post to stalking "does not do stalking victims justice". "The post is without pictures and names, the woman is completely free to respond.

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Amid wall debate, pope says fear of migration makes us crazy

Today 07:01 GMT

Pope Francis said Wednesday that fear of migration is "making us crazy" as he began a trip to Central America amid a standoff over President Donald Trump's promised wall at the U.S.-Mexico border and a new caravan of migrants heading north.

This year, the pontiff has already scheduled trips to United Arab Emirates, Morocco and Bulgaria and Macedonia, and a trip to Madagascar is rumored.

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Video shows tension between Native Americans, high school students before viral clip

Monday 15:25 GMT
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Scotland stone circle thought to be ‘ancient’ actually built in 1990s

Monday 19:05 GMT
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Woman denied abortion in Dublin despite new legislation

Friday 14:30 GMT
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The Morning Download: Hey Big IT Spenders

Friday 14:30 GMT
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Kidnapped Canadian found dead in Burkina Faso: security officials

Thursday 14:30 GMT
Source: The Guradian

'It's something very precious': painting oceans to showcase climate change

Tuesday 09:54 GMT
Source: DW

Nets 'n' Lasers: some of our best hopes for mitigating the threat of space debris

Tuesday 09:54 GMT
Source: The Guradian

Father accused of plotting acid attack on three-year-old son

Wednesday 19:05 GMT
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Daily aspirin reduces the risk of heart attack, but raises the risk of internal bleeding: study

Today 09:00 GMT
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Green Growth makes hostile bid for Aphria official

Wednesday 23:40 GMT
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Canadian peacekeepers in Mali scramble after al-Qaida attack kills 10 on UN base

Wednesday 19:05 GMT
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Charred, skeletal remains of human body found in Malibu fire’s aftermath

Today 04:14 GMT
Source: The Guradian

Americans’ climate change concerns surge to record levels, poll shows

Wednesday 17:15 GMT
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Marine Corps builds new amphibious combat vehicle for 'deep strike' attacks

Today 09:00 GMT

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