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Olson , with the help of the umpire and his teammates, got lined up and delivered a ideal snap for a 49-31 advantage and final score. LeVante Bellamy led the way with 102 yards on nine carries, and WMU as a team rushed 43 times for 251 yards and two scores.
  • Windsor gas prices soar after Hurricane Harvey shuts down United States refineries

    Windsor gas prices soar after Hurricane Harvey shuts down United States refineries

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    Average Canadian gasoline prices are set to soar this weekend after already jumping almost 10 cents per litre since Hurricane Harvey roared ashore in Texas a week ago. McTeague. McKnight said he thinks gasoline prices will drop back by two or three cents per litre next week throughout Canada. Marie, Thunder Bay, and Timmins have been reporting the highest gas prices, in the range of 131.9 to 133.9 cents per litre.
  • Percent Believe Trump Dislikes the Media More Than White Supremacists

    Percent Believe Trump Dislikes the Media More Than White Supremacists

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    Also read: From debt ceiling to flood insurance, these are the big deadlines Congress is facing . A firm majority of Republicans - 66 percent - say he's stance towards Russian Federation is "about right". The Fox News poll randomly sampled 1,006 registered voters via landline and cellphone from August 27 to 29. This cohort of the Republican party didn't vote for Trump because of his supposed policies on trade or his threat to withdraw from North Atlantic Treaty Organisation.
  • China's trade with BRICS countries up 26%

    China's trade with BRICS countries up 26%

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    As far as Beijing is concerned, the last thing it wanted is probably India's boycott of the BRICS summit , which is one of the most, if not the most, eagerly awaited worldwide events in China this year. "There is huge potential for cooperation between China and India", Wang added, without giving details. "For a decade, BRICS countries have targeted their cooperation at development and delivered benefits to not only the people of their own, but the rest of the world", Liu noted.
  • Trump insists Mexico will pay for border wall

    Trump insists Mexico will pay for border wall

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    President Donald Trump on Sunday renewed his pledge to make Mexico pay for the construction of a border wall between the U.S and Mexico , days after threatening to trigger a government shutdown if congressional Republicans don't include funding as they tackle a spending bill due September 30.
  • 'Bring Back Main Street': Trump Pushes Tax Overhaul, Mum on Details

    'Bring Back Main Street': Trump Pushes Tax Overhaul, Mum on Details

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    Trump said he plans to work with congress on a plan to reform the United States tax code to make it "pro-growth, pro-jobs, pro-worker and pro-American". His speech is laying out his vision for rewriting the tax system for the first time since the mid-1980s. That message rung true for Dave Campbell, 42, a welder at Loren Cook and a union official.
  • Shivering toddler found clinging to mother's body in Houston floods

    Shivering toddler found clinging to mother's body in Houston floods

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    A witness saw her pull into a flooded parking lot, where her auto became stuck, and attempt to walk away with the child before they were overcome by a nearby overflowing drainage ditch, he said . She parked her vehicle in an office parking lot just off Interstate 10. She is suffering from hypothermia . Antionette Logan, a relative, told the New York Times that Jordyn said her mum was "saying her prayers".
  • Irma strengthens into hurricane in eastern Atlantic, with 100 miles per hour winds

    Irma strengthens into hurricane in eastern Atlantic, with 100 miles per hour winds

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    Irma has made a slight turn to the north and was moving to the WNW at 12 miles per hour. We have a long time to track this system as it is close to 3,000 miles away from the United States. That model, showing the many potential paths of Irma, was created by the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts, and at least a few of the predicted paths within it show Hurricane Irma bearing down on the Lowcountry.
  • Trapped Mexican bakery staff make hundreds of pan dulce for Harvey victims

    Trapped Mexican bakery staff make hundreds of pan dulce for Harvey victims

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    Despite many employees losing their own cars, homes, and valuables, they were desperate to help in any way they could and chose to work tirelessly to make sure victims of the flooding wouldn't go hungry. Some have hailed the bakers as "heroes" and commended their "great community service". To the bakers at El Bolilo Bakery - we salute you. "We will be bringing bread to shelters today too".
  • National Guard Rescues 1-Month-Old Baby From Harvey Floods

    National Guard Rescues 1-Month-Old Baby From Harvey Floods

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    Bryan Stone, the company's Director for Northwest Texas, East Texas, South Texas and Louisiana, said that SERVPRO would mobilise or employ approximately 8,000 to 9,000 personnel throughout this event. "At this scale, we're not up to the scale of Katrina, but during the Katrina response every state in the nation sent resources", she says. Soldiers and airmen now stand ready, even though have been no official requests to help at this time.
  • No Decision Yet on US Troop Numbers for Trump's Afghanistan Surge - Pentagon

    No Decision Yet on US Troop Numbers for Trump's Afghanistan Surge - Pentagon

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    But McKenzie declined to say how many more troops would be added. "There's a very odd accounting procedure I inherited", Mattis told reporters last week. The 8,400 number did not include troops on temporary assignment, according to the Pentagon. Overlapping forces will continue to not be counted in the new accounting procedures.
  • United States shoots down ballistic missile in test amid recent North Korean provocations

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    North Korea leader Kim Jong-Un promised more missile flights over Japan, insisting his nuclear-armed nation's provocative launch was a mere "curtain-raiser", even as the United Nations condemned North Korea's "outrageous" firing of a ballistic missile over Japan, demanding that the isolated country halt its weapons programme but holding back on any threat of new sanctions.
  • North Korea's Ri Sol Ju gave birth to third child

    North Korea's Ri Sol Ju gave birth to third child

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    North Korea's Kim Jong-un and wife Ri Sol-ju gave birth to their third child this year, reports say. Kim and his wife, Ri Sol Ju, have two other children who were believed to have been born in 2010 and 2013. While the sex of the third child remains unknown, Kim's second child, born in 2013, was previously revealed to be a girl named Ju-ae after National Basketball Association star Dennis Rodman shared his insider information with the Guardian.
  • Patrick Vieira: 'Current Arsenal players are better than my generation'

    Patrick Vieira: 'Current Arsenal players are better than my generation'

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    From the impending sale of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to the extending saga of Alexis Sanchez , Arsenal have many issues to solve and decisions to make. Vieira admitted that Arsenal could benefit from a more rigourous tactical approach, even if it would go against the football philosophy that has made the Gunners so successful under Wenger.
  • Netanyahu: Iran wants to use Syria to eradicate Israel

    Netanyahu: Iran wants to use Syria to eradicate Israel

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    Netanyahu's hard-line religious and nationalist base opposes such a move. He added: "No member state in the United Nations should be allowed to behave like that". Guterres's visit follows a USA delegation's talks with both Netanyahu and Abbas last week. After arriving on Sunday evening, the United Nations chief met Jason Greenblatt, a top aide to US President Donald Trump charged with pursuing Israeli-Palestinian peace efforts.
  • 15 rescued from Dickinson nursing home

    15 rescued from Dickinson nursing home

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    As dire as the situation seemed in the viral photo, Lampson said her residents were laughing off the rising waters. David Popoff, the city's emergency management coordinator told Galveston County Daily News they were rescued by helicopter.
  • Injured Andy Murray to Miss US Open

    Injured Andy Murray to Miss US Open

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    His prospects for Flushing Meadows had looked positive when he travelled to NY last weekend, but, after a week of practice, Murray decided the hip was simply too painful. Defending champion Stan Wawrinka recently had surgery on his left knee. Murray plans to follow Federer's example. "I spoke to a lot of hip specialists, tried resting, rehabbing, to try to get myself ready", Murray said on his condition, as quoted by the Guardian.
  • Arpaio shoots down rumors he plans to run for Flake's Senate seat

    Arpaio shoots down rumors he plans to run for Flake's Senate seat

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    Arpaio's time as sheriff of Maricopa County in Arizona was controversial, culminating in a court case over what the Department of Justice said was the worst case of racial profiling in US history. Donald Trump admitted that he made a decision to announce the controversial pardon of Sheriff Joe Arpaio during the start of Hurricane Harvey's landfall because he knew it would get higher ratings at that time.
  • European Union warns Brexit talks must start 'negotiating seriously'

    European Union warns Brexit talks must start 'negotiating seriously'

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    One of the main stalling points of negotiations is thought to be the amount Britain will pay to leave the EU. Not just on the border problems regarding Ireland and Northern Ireland, which is a very serious problem in respect of which we've had no definitive response, but we also have the status of European citizens living in the United Kingdom and UK citizens living on the continent.
  • Merkel says 'can't stay silent' on rule of law in Poland

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    Of course, all this makes me sad, but it is a necessary step", Merkel said. Merkel's arbitrary suspension of the Dublin Regulation, in fact, started the migrant influx from the Middle East and North African countries that continues to this day.
  • ME gov to Canadians: Trump 'truly believes' in free trade

    ME gov to Canadians: Trump 'truly believes' in free trade

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    On Monday, Donald Trump said he may need to put the US on the brink of withdrawing from Nafta to get his renegotiation objectives met. Mexico is refusing to negotiate with President Trump by Twitter - and by the way, the country still says it won't pay for the wall .