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Purdue shuts down IL in conference win

The victory, however, was costly for the Boilermakers (4-5, 2-3 Big Ten), who lost starting quarterback David Blaugh to a leg injury with 12:27 remaining after he was tackled by IL free safety Stanley Green. Dorsey finished with two catches for 11 yards in addition to the lone score. Backup quarterback Elijah Sindelar threw a touchdown pass to Cole Herdman on the next play to make it 22-10 after a two-point conversion try failed. Consulte Mais Informação

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Lamborghini teases its vision of the future super sports auto

Lamborghini teases its vision of the future super sports auto

The Lambo teased has been jointly developed with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and will debut at MIT's EmTech Conference Centre and is, nearly certainly, the first step in a hybrid future at Lamborghini. All the details about the new product so far kept secret, but in the press center of Lamborghini reported that work on the Lamborghini Huracan, which should be plug-in hybrid model. Consulte Mais Informação

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Tony Blair 'duped' by the United States into backing Iraq war - Gordon Brown

Great Britain was "not just misinformed but misled " about the weapons of mass destruction allegedly possessed by Saddam Hussein, which served as the pretext for the invasion of Iraq in 2003. president George W Bush and the then-prime minister Tony Blair accused Saddam of possessing WMDs. 'Given that Iraq had no usable chemical, biological or nuclear weapons that it could deploy and was not about to attack the coalition, then two tests of a just war were not met: war could not be ... Consulte Mais Informação

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Ejército sirio libera totalmente Deir al Zur, antiguo feudo del Estado Islámico

Ejército sirio libera totalmente Deir al Zur, antiguo feudo del Estado Islámico

El Ejército de Siria, de la mano de sus fuerzas aliadas, liberó este viernes por completo la ciudad de Deir Ezzor (noreste) del yugo de la organización terrorista autoproclamada Estado Islámico ( Daesh en árabe). En esta ofensiva, las tropas gubernamentales han estado comandadas por el general Suheil Hasan, alias "el Tigre", que dirigió a finales del año pasado la campaña militar en la localidad de Alepo, la mayor del norte de Siria. Consulte Mais Informação

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ISIS suspect arrested at Mumbai Airport, radicalised youths from Saudi Arabia

ISIS suspect arrested at Mumbai Airport, radicalised youths from Saudi Arabia

Zaid will now face charges under Sections 120 B, 121A, 153, 123 and 122B of the IPC and Section 18 of the UA (P) A along with the other four. "We are bringing him on transit remand to Lucknow from Mumbai". Abu was arrested by ATS DG Anup Singh and airport authorities from Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai on his arrival from Riyadh. All the accused arrested by the police were in their twenties and were going to Syria to join the terror group. Consulte Mais Informação

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J&K: Army foils infiltration bid in Uri sector, two terrorists killed

In Shopian district also, on the same day, militants attacked a camp of Jammu and Kashmir Police's Special Operations Group with a grenade but it exploded in the compound without causing any damage, the police said on Saturday. "Possible tragedy averted", the DGP wrote on Twitter. Further details are awaited. "A search operation is ongoing in the area", he said. According to reports, army officials spotted suspicious movement near the fence early in the morning. Consulte Mais Informação

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German attacked in Uttar Pradesh for 'ignoring' man's greetings at rail station

German attacked in Uttar Pradesh for 'ignoring' man's greetings at rail station

According to Robertsganj Police, the accused enquired Berlin resident Holger Eric about his visit but he refused to reply as he smelled alcohol on Yadav's breath. This led Yadav to allegedly attack the German tourist. A complaint has been filed against the accused and investigation is underway. External Affairs Ministry had intervened in the matter with Union Minister Sushma Swaraj seeking a report from CM Yogi Adityanath government . Consulte Mais Informação

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Larry David jokes about picking up concentration camp women

Larry David jokes about picking up concentration camp women

When asked to offer a best guess on an item's cost, he quickly retorted, "I'll tell you what I think, Drew". "'Hey, Shlomo, look at that one over there by Barracks 8, oh my God is she gorgeous". Do you like latkes? What? What'd I say? He then tried to imagine the conversation he'd have with a woman inside the concentration camp. "It's because I'm bald isn't it?" "Did he actually think mixing sexual harassment with concentration camp humour is amusing?" Others, though, thought it was ... Consulte Mais Informação

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Gordon Murray Automotive launches new IGM auto

Gordon Murray Automotive launches new IGM auto

Professor Gordon Murray is the legendary designer of Formula One race cars, the McLaren F1, and of course, who can forget the Murray T25 citycar. It is to be used "on all future in-house projects built by Gordon Murray Automotive". There's no timeframe for delivering the new IGM auto, and even when it's ready it will be available in small numbers, acting as a showcase for the iStream technology Murray will sell to other vehicle makers. Consulte Mais Informação

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Turnbull Knocks Back New Zealand's Refugee Offer

Turnbull Knocks Back New Zealand's Refugee Offer

Water activities seemed to be a common conversational thread - earlier, the pair spotted some kayakers on Sydney Harbour and Mr Turnbull asked Ms Ardern whether she was "much of a kayaker", as it was something he liked to do. Turnbull said Australia was "very generous" in terms of taking refugees - but he stressed Australia determines who it takes in. The rights of Kiwis living in Australia were also expected to come up in the discussions. Consulte Mais Informação

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US$6 million for Ebola fight stolen

US$6 million for Ebola fight stolen

In Sierra Leone, the Red Cross said it had found evidence of "likely collusion" between a bank and former Red Cross employees that resulted in a $2.1 million loss. It is believed that the money was lost when they improperly fixed the exchange rate at the height of the epidemic. The global aid response was initially slow, and money once it arrived was often disbursed quickly in the rush to purchase supplies and get aid workers into the field. Consulte Mais Informação

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