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3
Aug

Iraq’s farmers hit hard by water shortages

With one in five Iraqis working as farmers, crippling water shortages have pushed many to find alternative employment.

3
Aug

Khabib Nurmagomedov Vs Conor McGregor Has Been Officially Announced

This fight has finally been announced.

3
Aug

There’s Only Two Players That Have Played With Both Cristiano Ronaldo And Lionel Messi

Lucky.

3
Aug

The Crazy Extent Spanish Publication Went To Spy On New Barcelona Signing Arturo Vidal

REALLY?

3
Aug

Deal Gives Kushners Cash Infusion for 666 Fifth Avenue

Brookfield Asset Management will take a 99-year lease on the troubled building, in a deal that will help the Kushner family pay off its lenders.

3
Aug

China Threatens New Tariffs on $60 Billion of U.S. Goods

The new threat comes after the President Trump asked his administration to consider doubling tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods.

3
Aug

U.S. Added 157,000 Jobs in July; Unemployment Rate Slips to 3.9%

The Labor Department report followed a steady stream of hiring gains and a robust reading on second-quarter economic growth.

3
Aug

Judge slams Trump admin for suggesting ACLU, others should find deported parents

A federal judge called the Trump administration’s slowness to track down migrant parents it had separated from their children and then deported “unacceptable,” saying the responsibility is “100%” on the government.

3
Aug

Accountant testifies Manafort hid foreign income on taxes

Paul Manafort’s accountants testified against the former Trump campaign chairman on Friday, telling jurors that loan amounts were fudged to help him on his taxes, loan documents sent to banks were forged and that he did not disclose his financial stake in for…

3
Aug

After evacuations and fears of collapse, Lynchburg, Va., officials say dam is ‘stable and safe’

The National Weather Service said College Lake Dam was at risk after days of heavy rain.