Stories By 'Associated Press'
After cutting back the speed of the Beijing to Shanghai bullet train following a deadly crash, China is set to again make it one of the world’s fastest.
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Garbine Muguruza cradled her smiling face in both hands and closed her eyes, taking it all in. The Wimbledon champion had added another title to her breakthrough summer—this one at the expense of a player who can’t quite get to No 1.
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Mourners on Saturday attended a state funeral for Ruth Pfau, a German physician and nun who earned international acclaim as “Pakistan’s Mother Teresa” by devoting her life to the eradication of leprosy in the Muslim-majority nation.
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Thousands upon thousands of cans are filled with beer, capped and washed, wrapped into six-packs, and boxed at dizzying speeds - 1,500 a minute, to be exact - on humming conveyor belts that zip and wind in a sprawling factory near Tokyo.
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President Donald Trump defiantly blamed “both sides” for the weekend violence between white supremacists and counter-demonstrators in Virginia, seeking to rebuff the widespread criticism of his handling of the emotionally-charged protests while showing sympathy for the fringe group’s efforts to preserve Confederate monuments.
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Before this week, Stuart Broad only had one experience of bowling with a pink cricket ball—and that was sending down a delivery in a demonstration for a British TV channel in June.
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Everything in moderation.” It’s a common justification made for behaviours that may fall outside the realm of healthy. Whether it’s a drink or two or indulging in a favourite dessert, consuming small quantities, rather than abject abstinence, is a more palatable and acceptable option for most people.
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