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BBC Sport
Maria Sharapova wins again in Stuttgart but Johanna Konta is out
BBC Sport
British number one Johanna Konta is out of the Stuttgart Open after a second-round defeat by Anastasija Sevastova. Konta, 25, broke in the opening game but failed to hold her own serve until her fourth attempt and was beaten 6-3 7-5 by the Latvian ...

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New York Post
Noah Syndergaard's biceps injury is potential Mets disaster
New York Post
Mets ace Noah Syndergaard was a late scratch from Thursday afternoon's start against the Atlanta Braves due to a sore biceps and a tired arm. It's the latest bit of dire news to afflict the floundering Mets, who have lost nine of their past 10 games.

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BBC News
Two Americans killed in IS Afghan raid
BBC News
"The fight against ISIS-K is important for the world, but sadly, it is not without sacrifice," said General John Nicholson, the commander of US forces in Afghanistan. "On behalf of all US forces and our coalition partners, I offer our deepest ...

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BBC News
Two Americans killed in IS Afghan raid
BBC News
Two Americans were killed and a third was wounded in a raid in Afghanistan against Islamic State group militants, the Pentagon has confirmed. The military personnel died in combat in Nangarhar province, said Pentagon spokesman Capt Jeff Davis.

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Gizmodo
Trump's Plan to Screw Over National Monuments Is Mirrored By This Government Flickr Page
Gizmodo
Neither Zinke nor Trump has confirmed this is the case, but in a sad bit of irony, The Wilderness Society noted yesterday that the official Bureau of Land Management Flickr account has radically shifted its focus away from, well, land, and onto fossil ...



Packers.com
The draft is finally here
Packers.com
Corner is so important, yet the Packers have a pattern of developing decent DBs and when their time comes to get paid, just letting them go: Williams, House, Hayward, Hyde. ALL of them let go? Seems extreme, letting guys go faster than they can replenish.

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Slate Magazine
What Is Going on at ESPN?
Slate Magazine
I have even reported that I thought there were going to be about 50 names of people you would recognize. I think I?along with a lot of other people?didn't realize there would be another 50 who we might not recognize. One hundred is a pretty big ...

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Telegraph.co.uk
Whitehall incident: Terror attack in Westminster foiled as man is arrested 'with backpack of knives'
Telegraph.co.uk
"Detectives from the Counter Terrorism Command are continuing their investigation, and as a result of this arrest there is no immediate known threat." The Telegraph understands that the man was known to the security services and was being watched as ...

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Recode
Apple is in talks to launch its own Venmo
Recode
Apple's on-again, off-again flirtation with building its own money-transfer service appears to be back on. The company has recently held discussions with payments industry partners about introducing its own Venmo competitor, according to multiple ...

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BBC Sport
Joey Barton: Burnley boss Sean Dyche says betting ban is 'harsh'
BBC Sport
Burnley manager Sean Dyche says Joey Barton's 18-month ban for breaching betting rules is "harsh". The 34-year-old midfielder received the punishment on Wednesday after admitting a Football Association charge. Barton, who placed 1,260 bets on ...

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