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and that'll be a key feature in the next couple of days. Ahead of that still quite a warm night, particularly in the south-east, 14, 15 or 16 degrees. Now, as we start Tuesday, we've got that low cloud across these eastern areas but it is quite dry. Further west, yes, we've got some rain for a time in Northern Ireland, that moves through
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in the south-east, 14, 15 or 16 degrees. Now, as we start Tuesday, we've got that low cloud across these eastern areas but it is still quite dry. Further west, yes, we've got some rain for a time in Northern Ireland, that moves through. It will take a while for that to cross Scotland and there will be.
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Woods, 41, who has won 14 major championships but has been troubled by health problems in recent years, was taken into custody at 3 a.m. in Jupiter, Fla.
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As they continue to lose ground to Syrian forces elsewhere in the country, ISIS forces are trying to gain some territory in the capital of the Deir Ezzor Province, launching heavy shelling into the last government-held district with an eye toward seizing it. At least 14 civilians were reported killed and 40 others wounded in the attacks. Deir Ezzor is mostly held by ISIS, and they also hold materially the whole province, but the Syrian government holds a bit of the capital city leading toward a military air base, which ISIS has repeatedly failed to take. ISIS has long considered taking Deir Ezzor air base as a top priority, as the base is used by Syria for military operations in the country's east. Locals say that most of the wounded are not gravely so, but that medicine is in short supply, which may make recovery difficult. As ISIS loses ground elsewhere, they are finding themselves increasingly consolidated down into eastern Syria, and appear to be very eager to continue to push on the frontier with an eye toward both spreading out the battle along several different fronts, and to reclaim some lost areas.
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PARIS: Rafael Nadal launched his pursuit of a record 10th French Open title in convincing fashion, while defending champion Novak Djokovic eased to victory under the gaze of new coach Andre Agassi. Reigning women's champion Garbine Muguruza began her Roland Garros defence with a straight-sets triumph over 2010 winner Francesca Schiavone. Nadal, who was forced to withdraw before last year's third round with a wrist injury, brushed aside 45th-ranked Benoit Paire 6-1, 6-4, 6-1 inside two hours. "I'm very happy to be back here after what happened last year. It's great to feel the support," said the 14-time major champion. Nadal broke Frenchman Paire eight times and recovered from a slight second-set wobble when he dropped serve twice in a row to surge into a round two meeting with Dutchman Robin Haase. "It's always at the start, happy for the victory.
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WASHINGTON: Golf superstar Tiger Woods was arrested Monday in Florida on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, according to records from the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office. The 14-time major champion was booked into the Palm Beach County jail on Monday at 7.18am (1118 GMT, 7.18pm Malaysia) after he was arrested by police in Jupiter, Florida. He was released on his own recognizance at 10.50am. Woods, 41, hasn't played competitive golf since pulling out of the Dubai Desert Classic in February after one round because of back pain. He had spinal fusion surgery on April 20 — his fourth surgery in three years to treat his troublesome back which has limited him to three tournament starts worldwide in the past two years. Woods wrote on his website last week that since his latest procedure he was feeling better than he had in years and remained committed to returning to competitive golf.
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MIAMI: Tiger Woods apologised on Monday for his driving under the influence arrest, insisting that alcohol was not involved in the late-night incident. In a statement sent to USA Today, Woods, who was pulled over by police in Florida in the early hours of Monday, blamed the incident on a bad reaction to prescription medication. "I understand the severity of what I did and I take full responsibility for my actions," Woods said in the statement. "I want the public to know that alcohol was not involved," the former world number one added. "What happened was an unexpected reaction to prescribed medications. I didn't realise the mix of medications had affected me so strongly," the 41-year-old added. "I would like to apologise with all my heart to my family, friends and the fans. I expect more from myself too." The 14-time major winner was arrested by police in the early hours of Monday near his home in Jupiter, Florida.
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with 14 major titles, but his last win on tour was back in 2013 at the Players Championship while his last major win came at the US Open in 2008. The 41-year-old has struggled with back issues in recent years.
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The golfer Tiger Woods says a reaction to prescription drugs led to his arrest for "driving while under the influence". The 14 times Major winner says NO alcohol was involved. That's all from me for now. Stay with BBC News. And the top story here in the UK..
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MANCHESTER: Britain's MI5 intelligence service has launched an internal probe into whether vital clues were missed ahead of the Manchester attack, as the city on Monday marked a week since the carnage that claimed 22 lives. As the number of people detained in Britain rose to 14 following an arrest early in the morning, police released CCTV images of 22-year-old attacker Salman Abedi carrying a large suitcase and appealed for information about the luggage. Manchester City Council has called a vigil in the centre of the northwest England city for 2131 GMT – the exact moment that Abedi detonated his bomb outside a pop concert by teen idol Ariana Grande in one of Europe's biggest indoor arenas. The names of the victims, including six under the age of 18, were read out in front of the city's town hall earlier on Monday before hundreds of people at an annual religious ceremony.
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these delinquent, low cloud, but very little rain to speak of, scattered showers to the West of England, the West of Scotland will see rain but this band of rain and a cold front heading our way and that will be a key feature. Ahead of that, a warm night in the selfies, 14 or 16 degrees. As we start Tuesday, we have low cloud in the.
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I might live six months. I might not. I will tell you one thing. If I keep speaking out like I am, maybe God will give me the life to talk my head off. I will break every law that it takes to talk my head off. Eleven of my best friends in the last 22 years have been murdered. Eight of the murders were calledsuicides.” Before I went to talk in Las Vegas, I drove a friend down to Joshua Tree, near 29 Palms. I drove into the mountains in order to get to Needles, California, and I was followed by two government E-350 vans with G-14 plates, each with a couple of occupants, one of which had an Uzi. I knew exactly who they were. I have spoken 19 times and have probably reached 45,000 people. Well, I got ahead of them and came to a stop in the middle of the road. They both went on either side of me and down a ravine. Is this what its going to take? I cut up my security card and sent it back to the government, and told them if I was threatened, and I have been, that I was going to upload 140,000 pages of documentation to the internet about government structure and the whole plan.
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Sri Lanka remains in the grips of the worst flooding in 14 years, and the bad weather that has killed more than 160 people is expected to continue, the Red Cross said Monday.
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come to this, that they are looking at this mugshot of someone who they consider to be their hero. A sporting hero indeed. If 14 time grand slam champion but he has. Won a major Championship since 2008, so what happens now to the career of Tiger Woods?.
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the other news. It has emerged that Tiger Woods was arrested on a drink-driving charge in Florida early on Monday morning. The 14 time major winner has struggled through injuries and recent years and was forced to pull out of the Masters in April. He has yet to make any formal comment. Our.
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At present, the act provides the disability rights and benefits to seven special categories of people but the Centre is widening its reach by listing 14 new conditions to qualify for help.
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GRAFTON, Mass. (AP) - The pitching gods have naturally blessed Sammy Rosenfield. He's just 14 years old but already stands 6 feet 5 inches and has a wingspan that would rival that of Red Sox ace Chris Sale. He was an all-star for his local AAU baseball team before he ...