February 29, 2020

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Trump’s ‘Remain in Mexico’ immigration policy allowed to proceed temporarily -

Saturday, February 29, 2020

Trump’s ‘Remain in Mexico’ immigration policy allowed to proceed temporarily -

Saturday, February 29, 2020

United States expresses concern over arrest of Hong Kong publisher -

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Oregon cites its first ‘presumptive’ coronavirus case, one of unknown origin -

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Afghans hope for peace as U.S.-Taliban gear up for troop withdrawal deal -

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Mexico confirms three coronavirus cases in three men returned from Italy -

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Sun ban a ‘statement to the world’, says rival Horton -

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South Korea tells citizens to stay home at ‘critical moment’ in virus battle -

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No prison for man in fatal crash | News – Kokomo Tribune -

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Person dies in vehicle vs. pedestrian crash on Highway 55 near Horseshoe Bend – KTVB.com -

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Japan to create fund to subsidize parents during school closure: Nikkei -

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U.N. chief recommends ministers, diplomats skip traveling to meeting due to coronavirus risks -

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New coronavirus case of unknown origin in California -

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New coronavirus case of unknown origin in California -

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USTR vows to push for trade deals with Britain, EU; seeks reforms at WTO -

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14-year-old girl critically injured in 3-vehicle West Jordan crash – KJZZ -

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Teenagers take hearse, with body inside, and crash during joyride, police say – WHIO -

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Harley-Davidson looks for new leadership to end its sales struggle -

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Malaysian rivals Mahathir and Anwar ally again amid turmoil -

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Elliott built a stake in Twitter, is pushing for changes: sources -

Saturday, February 29, 2020

Sun ban a ‘statement to the world’, says rival Horton

Mack Horton says the eight-year doping ban handed out to his rival Sun Yang, who the Australian swimmer once famously described as a “drug cheat”, was a statement to the world about clean sport.

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Golf: Steele takes second-round lead as Koepka misses Honda Classic cut

Brendan Steele seized the second-round lead as the Honda Classic lost much of its star power when Brooks Koepka, Rickie Fowler and Justin Rose missed the cut in Florida on Friday.

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Nike shoe debate rages as runners weigh advantages at U.S. Olympic trials

A debate over Nike’s record-breaking distance footwear raged on ahead of Saturday’s U.S. Olympic marathon trials, as the shoe’s buzz-worthy technology continued to raise questions over whether it offered an unfair advantage to runners.

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Spring training roundup: Strasburg struggles in spring debut

World Series MVP Stephen Strasburg had a rough spring debut, giving up three runs in 1 1/3 innings, as the Washington Nationals lost 8-1 to the visiting Tampa Bay Rays on Friday at West Palm Beach, Fla.

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Cycling: Kenny suffers scare in omnium crash, but carries on

Britain’s twice Olympic omnium champion Laura Kenny suffered a fresh injury scare as she crashed heavily in the first round of the event at the world championships on Friday.

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Cycling: Kajihara makes history for Japan, Ganna breaks world record

Yumi Kajihara became the first Japanese woman to be crowned as a world track cycling champion as she claimed gold in the omnium, while Italy’s Filippo Ganna kept the records tumbling with a masterful day of riding on Friday.

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WADA cancels March symposium in Switzerland due to coronavirus

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has canceled next month’s annual symposium, the main event on the annual global anti-doping calendar, and related athlete session in Switzerland because of the coronavirus, it said on Friday.

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Soccer: Leeds goalkeeper handed eight-game ban after racism charge

Leeds United goalkeeper Kiko Casilla was banned for eight matches and fined 60,000 pounds ($77,964.00) on Friday after being found guilty of racist abuse in a Championship match against Charlton Athletic last September.

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Cycle stars in lockdown as two Gulf hotels isolated over coronavirus scare

Two luxury hotels in Abu Dhabi were in lockdown on Friday to isolate guests including scores of professional cyclists after two Italian members of the tour the riders were participating in were suspected of contracting the coronavirus.

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Woods’ back still stiff, will skip Palmer Invitational: agent

Tiger Woods’ back remains stiff and he will not play in next week’s Arnold Palmer Invitational in Florida where he has won eight times, his agent said on Friday.

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