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People Markelle Fultz, Joel Embiid fully believe Sixers are a playoff team
Author: 0 Markelle Fultz, Joel Embiid fully believe Sixers are a playoff team

Pasceniks, Bolden, and Lessort will remain overseas for at least another year. According to Tom Moore of the Courier Times , the Sixers plan to take the latter route. As a result, outside of Fultz, the picks were made with the future in mind. The Process will live on, because the renovation of the 76ers remains incomplete and because marketing genius Joel Embiid probably still has a couple dozen promotions planned, but, really, it's over.

People This Professor's Comments on Otto Warmbier's Death Got Her Fired
Author: 0 This Professor's Comments on Otto Warmbier's Death Got Her Fired

After the comments prompted outrage on social media, the University of DE issued a statement condemning the comments and said it would not rehire Dettwyler in the future. Dettwyler said. Maybe in the USA, where young, white, rich, clueless white males routinely get away with raping women. "On June 23, the University issued a statement about comments that Dettwyler recently posted online, at a time when she was not employed by the University, concerning student behavior and the Otto ...

Author: 0 Trump's son-in-law Kushner launches Israeli-Palestinian peace efforts

Senior Advisor to the President Jared Kushner , Assistant to the President and Special Representative for International Negotiations Jason Greenblatt , and United States Ambassador to Israel David Friedman met today in Jerusalem with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel and his senior advisors.

People Hamas and IS both say they killed Israeli policewoman
Author: 0 Hamas and IS both say they killed Israeli policewoman

The investigation so far has revealed that the coordinated terror attacks were comprehensively planned. "Three Arab terrorists shot by police units that responded at the scene". "The attack was carried out by three Palestinians, two [People's Front for the Liberation of Palestine] members and a Hamas member", said Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri, adding that Islamic State claims that it carried out the attack are meant to sow confusion.

Author: 0 Trump turns his back on Ramadan

President Donald Trump talks with Saudi King Salman as they pose for photos with leaders at the Arab Islamic American Summit, at the King Abdulaziz Conference Center, Sunday, May 21, 2017, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Soon after becoming president, Trump signed an executive order limiting immigration to seven majority-Muslim nations. In a similar vein as Trump's decision to forgo celebration, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in April declined a request from the Office of Religion and Global ...

People Parade revelers feel need to stand up for rights
Author: 0 Parade revelers feel need to stand up for rights

Activists gathered on Mis Street for a dance party amongst all the chaos. But while police in Istanbul fired rubber bullets at participants to disperse marchers, the parade in NY is a long-accepted institution. "There is also serious criticism of this parade from various segments of society on social media", said the statement issued by the governor's office.

People Presidential Election: Numbers favour Kovind
Author: 0 Presidential Election: Numbers favour Kovind

Panneerselvam said BJP National President Amit Shah had sought support from him for Kovind and the matter was discussed with senior functionaries of the faction on Thursday, besides MPs and MLAs owing allegiance to him. The JD (U)'s support to Kovind clearly speaks of his wider acceptability among non-NDA parties. This also shows how prevalently, Castes and politics in India are dependent on each other.

People US student freed from North Korea suffered 'severe neurological injury'
Author: 0 US student freed from North Korea suffered 'severe neurological injury'

Later in answer to a question, Warmbier said his son had been "taken hostage" by the North Korean regime. "We're going to leave that to the doctors (to explain) today", he said. "I'm able to wear the jacket that Otto wore when he confessed", the emotional father said. North Korea claimed Warmbier's condition was caused by a combination of botulism and sleeping pills that he was given, but his father isn't buying Pyongyang's story.

Author: 0 Fugitive polygamous sect leader arrested in South Dakota

According to the FBI , Jeffs used olive oil to slip out of a Global Positioning System monitoring device and has been on the run for nearly a year. Mr. Jeffs, who was facing trial for food stamp fraud a year ago, took his ankle bracelet off illegally and sauntered away from Utah while out on bail.

Author: 0 Part of Trump travel ban set to start

The Department of Homeland Security said in a statement it will discuss the court's action with the Justice and State departments and said it would implement the ban "professionally, with clear and sufficient public notice , particularly to potentially affected travelers, and in coordination with partners in the travel industry".

People Jews Banned from Gay Parade Over
Author: 0 Jews Banned from Gay Parade Over "Triggering" Stars of David

Dyke March Collective Member Iliana Figueroa told the Chicagoist , "Yesterday during the rally we saw three individuals carrying Israeli flags super imposed on rainbow flags. Greenblatt - whose organization has produced a set of materials to mark Pride Month - called on "leaders from LGBTQ and progressive communities to join us in condemning this exclusion".

People NDP put no confidence motion forward, call on Clark to support it
Author: 0 NDP put no confidence motion forward, call on Clark to support it

Horgan said the paralysis of government since the start of the election campaign in April is hurting the economy and stability of the provincial government. Clark said it is her responsibility as the incumbent, and the leader with the most seats, to be prepared to govern if the B.C. Liberals survive a confidence vote on their throne speech.

Author: 0 Turkish exports to Qatar triple during Gulf crisis: trade minister

He also accused Qatar of leaking a document containing the demands by Saudi Arabia , the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt , which have cut diplomatic ties with the gas-rich state accusing it of sponsoring terrorism. The blockade has had many major impacts for Qatar, including essential trade being cut off and many flights suspended. Qatar denies funding terrorism and encouraging regional instability.

People UAE's Gargash says Qatar isolation could last for years
Author: 0 UAE's Gargash says Qatar isolation could last for years

Cavusoglu said he told the Saudi king that "it would be useful now to soften the conditions" against Qatar . " Until now we didn't see any progress about lifting the blockade, which is the precondition for anything to move forward ", al-Thani said.

People President Trump on Rep. Scalise's condition:
Author: 0 President Trump on Rep. Scalise's condition: "He's in some trouble"

The wound shattered bones, tore organs and caused severe bleeding. And even as the fans rose as one to cheer Scalise's name and the Capitol Police, there was no mistaking the lusty cheers for their own side as the game progressed. President Donald Trump said Friday that Steve Scalise "took a bullet for all of us". He was unable to attend, but said the gesture shows the camaraderie within Congress despite political differences.

People Nestle stock surges amid reports US hedge fund takes stake
Author: 0 Nestle stock surges amid reports US hedge fund takes stake

Nestle has been both complacent and lackadaisical while underperforming, said one analyst in London. "It might now be stirred into action by an external force". Nestle says it's keeping "an open dialogue with all of our shareholders" after news reports that a US hedge fund has taken a large stake sent shares of the Swiss food and beverages giant soaring.

People More whiffs for the scrambling Democrats
Author: 0 More whiffs for the scrambling Democrats

BENNETT: It's a criticism rooted in generational angst about the future of the Democratic Party and its leaders. Meanwhile, the knives seem to be out for Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi , who was demonised by the GOP side in the Georgia race.

People Police raid after Tweed shooting death
Author: 0 Police raid after Tweed shooting death

It is understood the person who shot him thought they were going to be shot themselves. A man has died after turning up to a northern NSW hospital with a gunshot wound. Ace Hall was shot dead this weekend. At the same time the raid was being carried out, Government Minister Grace Grace denied there was a bikie problem on the Gold Coast, saying the number of gangs had reduced since they took Government.

People Trump attacks Obama's handling of Russian meddling
Author: 0 Trump attacks Obama's handling of Russian meddling

In a tweet Saturday, Trump wrote: "Since the Obama Administration was told way before the 2016 Election that the Russians were meddling, why no action? Did nothing about it. "Nothing like the extensive hacking effort and manipulation effort could occur without his involvement", the Oregon Democrat told CNN's Alisyn Camerota.

Author: 0 SCOTUS Won't Hear Calif. Gun Rights Case

The state left it up to local governments to articulate what counts as "good cause". In a separate action Monday, the justices without comment refused to hear the case of Sessions vs. Since then, however, the court has spelled out very little as far as what other laws might violate the Second Amendment. Of significance, Justice Neil Gorsuch joined Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito in the opinion that "allowed the government to reinstate the ban for all travelers from the six ...

People In Norway going to fix the rock in the form of manhood
Author: 0 In Norway going to fix the rock in the form of manhood

The damage was so severe that the penis-shaped rock was completely separated from its rocky outcropping and the formation completely destroyed. Activists in Norway have collected about 90,000 Norwegian kroner ($10,600;£8283.19) to fix a penis-shaped rock formation after it was badly damaged.

People Travel Ban, Church-State Case Await Action By Supreme Court
Author: 0 Travel Ban, Church-State Case Await Action By Supreme Court

The Supreme Court will issue the last opinions of its nine-month term on Monday, Chief Justice John Roberts said. Supreme Court is letting the Trump administration mostly enforce its 90-day ban on travellers from six mostly Muslim countries, overturning lower court orders that blocked it.