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Mega Millions jackpot rises to $415 million

Mega Millions jackpot rises to $415 million

CDT. Pick 3 winners receive $500 for a $1 straight bet and the odds of winning are 1-in-1,000. No one got all of the numbers right in the Mega Millions drawing last night, so the huge jackpot gets even bigger. The winning Hoosier Lotto numbers for were: 5-6-11-14-21-39. The Mega Millions jackpot has grown to an annuitized $390 million for tonight's drawing. Read More

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Iraqi forces advance on west Fallujah

A group of Iranian MPs issued a statement on Tuesday congratulating the Iraqi people and government on the liberation of Fallujah. Since taking over Mosul in summer of 2014, the group has been under attacks by the Kurdish Peshmerga forces and Iraqi army troops, supported by the US-led coalition. Read More

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Woman dies after airbag ruptures in minor accident

Woman dies after airbag ruptures in minor accident

Earlier this month, Honda Malaysia issued a recall for 147,894 vehicles manufactured from 2003 to 2011 to replace the front passenger airbag inflator. Sungai Buloh Fire and Rescue Department responded to the emergency call. The auto involved in a crash in Petaling Jaya on Sunday, where an air-bag inflater ruptured and killed the driver, was not sent for the necessary repairs despite being requested to do so by the manufacturer. Read More

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Nation's largest banks all pass Fed's 'stress tests'

Tarullo said. Morgan Stanley's projected 4.9 per cent leverage ratio tied for last place alongside a Canadian bank's United States unit, falling within a percentage point of the 4 per cent minimum. Since starting the annual tests after the 2008 meltdown, the Fed has used the process to force firms to build up capital. Wells Fargo & Co., for example, estimated it would lose $3 billion on loans for U.S. Read More

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Nigeria in tight group

Nigeria in tight group

The Football Association of Zambia have conceded that Chipolopolo have a uphill battle to qualify to the 2018 FIFA World Cup to be hosted by Russian Federation. The two however clash regularly at AFCON, with the Lions often emerging winners. Other groups, Group A has Tunisia, Libya, RDC and Guinea while Group C has Gabon, Mali, Cote d'Ivoire and Morocco. Read More

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Hearing set on gun maker's bid to dismiss Newtown lawsuit

The action follows a filibuster last week by Senate Democrats who demanded votes on the issue, following the shooting massacre at the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida. The lawsuit seeks damages and an injunction against selling the AR-15 rifle. "He said he is sponsoring legislation that would, ".remove the current legal shield that gun manufactures have. Read More

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Boris Johnson Tried To Reassure Young Voters After Being

Boris Johnson Tried To Reassure Young Voters After Being "Kettled" By Cyclists

The former London mayor, standard bearer for the Vote Leave campaign, said Mr Cameron was a "brave and principled man" who had given "superb leadership". Johnson and Cameron both attended Eton College, an elite British private school, where they had a history of rivalry. He said: "I can't give you a number because I think the way to do it, I think 333,000 is too high and I think that 77,000 coming without a job offer at all is also way too high". Read More

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Colombia Hopes to Agree to Ceasefire With Rebels This Week

President Juan Manuel Santos and FARC leader Timoleon Jimenez shook hands smiling after negotiators signed the deal at a ceremony in Cuba alongside worldwide leaders. National Security Advisor Susan E. Rice in a statement. "It's time to rid ourselves of hatred, lies and fears and build reconciliation among all our compatriots", Mr Cepeda, one of the government's most-trusted conduits to the Farc, said on Twitter. Read More

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Raghuram Rajan urges public banks to clean-up bad debt

Raghuram Rajan urges public banks to clean-up bad debt

Urging state-run banks and companies to continue dealing with the problem responsibly, he also repeated a call for the government to provide fresh capital for the banking sector. "Alternatively, a less effective form of capital, if the government can not buy bank equity directly with cash, is for it to issue the banks "Government Capitalisation Bonds" in exchange for equity". Read More

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Nikesh Arora Steps Down As SoftBank Chief

Nikesh Arora Steps Down As SoftBank Chief

Arora is a former Google executive who was hired by SoftBank two years. A Special Committee (SC) of independent members of its board of directors has completed its review of allegations regarding SBG President and COO Nikesh Arora in a purported shareholder demand, SoftBank said in a statement . Read More

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Riots hit South African capital over mayoral candidate

The tunnel remained closed to traffic and a large crowd of protesters gathered a few metres away, blocking the usually busy Bremer. Local media are showing pictures of burning barricades blocking main roads. Eyewitnesses later said the Central Business District had become a "no-go zone" adding that the South African Police Service (SAPS) had sent text messages issuing a "code red". Read More

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Palestinians attack Israeli cars in W. Bank, assailant shot dead -army

The Israeli military gave no immediate response. Later, the Israeli military revised its account, saying that "after an initial inquiry, it appears that uninvolved bystanders were mistakenly hit during the pursuit". Since October violence in Israel and the occupied Palestinian territories has killed at least 209 Palestinians, 32 Israelis, two Americans, an Eritrean and a Sudanese. Read More

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Poland fans clash with police ahead of Ukraine match

Poland fans clash with police ahead of Ukraine match

Saturday's victory was far from straightforward with Ukraine playing with the attacking abandon of a team already eliminated following back-to-back defeats at the hands of Germany and Northern Ireland . Soon after left-back Bohdan Butko crossed when a shot seemed a better option. The Poles eased up after that, a Milik header well wide with 15 minutes to go the nearest they came to making it two. Read More

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ICC sentences former Congo VP Bemba to 18 years in prison

The 53-year-old former militia commander is the third person convicted by the controversial "court of last resort" set up to try the world's worst crimes in 2002. Prosecutors told the court that Bemba: "Knew that the troops were committing crimes and did not take all necessary and reasonable measures within his power to prevent or repress their commission". Read More

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Trump received warmly by Christian leaders

Trump received warmly by Christian leaders

U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally in Phoenix, Arizona on June 18, 2016. Kelly Shackelford - president of the First Liberty Institute, a Dallas-based religious liberty law firm - said attendees asked Trump about issues ranging from immigration to the military. Read More

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