Herald Courier
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Mashable
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I'm going to die beneath the metal claws of a rampaging Thunderjaw. The mechanical T-Rex charges across the desert landscape as I pepper it with a hailstorm of seemingly ineffectual fire arrows. Human-sized pieces of machinery litter the dusty plateau where our deadly dance has played out, but even after all the damage I've inflicted... the great beast hasn't slowed. SEE ALSO: 7 February games you should get excited about It's almost finished, though. I can see it. There's only a sliver of health bar left. I just need to steer clear of its massive body the only weapon it has left, but also the most potent while burning fires finish the job. Read more... More about Guerrilla Games , Horizon Zero Dawn , Gaming , Entertainment , and Entertainment
BBC World News
11 days
"When I seen it, it was game-on," says the Pennsylvania man who caught the scared doe.
Daily Mail - Football
11 days
The game presents an intriguing equation. Resilient hosts who thrive on home comforts against a rampaging, title-bound juggernaut that feasts on the league's smaller teams.
ITV
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Donald Trump is a rampaging rhino and is causing untold harm to America's reputation. Tim Cook goes around and it is good for America, good for Apple. He knows immigration and migration is good for the economy. Then you have Donald Trump with racist travel bans. What is interesting is that with Theresa May, they are making a big play of any positive news.
Daily Mail - Home
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Several people were injured after two rampaging bulls escaped their pens during a bull fighting festival in in the town of Encarnación deaz, Jalisco, Mexico.
Daily Mail - USA
13 days
Several people were injured after two rampaging bulls escaped their pens during a bull fighting festival in in the town of Encarnación deaz, Jalisco, Mexico.
The Week
14 days
He was also a fierce competitor, best exemplified by the fearless tackle he made on the rampaging Jonah Lomu in the 1995 World Cup Final in Johannesburg. The giant New Zealander, who died last year aged 40, took the 1995 World Cup by storm, obliterating England in the semi-final with four unforgettably ferocious tries. He was expected to do something similar to the Springboks at Johannesburg's Ellis Park stadium, but when Lomu got the ball in his hands and powered towards the South Africa try-line, Van der Westhuizen brought him down with a textbook tackle . It set the tone for the final, a match that South Africa won 15-12 in extra time, prompting a jig of delight from then-president Nelson Mandela. Although that was undoubtedly the highlight of Van der Westhuizen's career, there were plenty of other exceptional moments in his 89 appearances for his country.
RT
19 days
A Canadian gas station was left destroyed after three confused deer ventured inside and, in a panic, kicked up a storm. They eventually found their way out, but not before leaving the station attendant with a giant mess to clean up. Read Full Article at RT.com
BBC News 24
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And a warning, this story contains pictures of drug use. Punjab's dark and deadly underbelly. The rampaging drugs crisis. An epidemic that is consuming the youths in one of India's most prosperous states.
BBC News 24
20 days
The rampaging drugs crisis. An epidemic that is consuming the youths in one of India's most prosperous states. This man's Sun died last year of a heroin overdose. He was 28th. The shock of losing him, he says, turned in into a 1-man crusade against drug use.
Sky News
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An inquest has heard how a teenager tried to shield his grandfather from a rampaging gunman during the Tunisia terror attack, which also claimed the lives of his brother and uncle. Sky's senior correspondent, Ian Woods, has been at the inquest. Hello to you, Ian. Devastating stuff? Of all the people who lost loved ones in this terrible tragedy, no family has suffered more than the one we heard from today.
Sky News
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Thank you. In other news. An inquest has heard how a teenager tried to shield his grandfather from a rampaging gunman during the Tunisia terror attack, which also claimed the lives of his brother and uncle. Sky's senior correspondent, Ian Woods, has been at the inquest.
Sky News
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Thank you very much. An inquest has heard how a teenager tried to shield his grandfather from a rampaging gunman during the Tunisia terror attack which also claimed the lives of his brother and uncle. Sky's senior correspondent Ian Woods is there. A harrowing story.
STV
21 days
There are four games in the SPFL. And the comedian Nish Kumar is at the Lemon Tree in Aberdeen. Well that's all from Scotland Tonight. Rona will be here tomorrow. Until then, rampaging Vikings were out in force for the Up Helly Aa festival in Lerwick, Shetland today. As always, there was a fair bit of burning involved. Here's one last thing. Good evening.
The Sun Daily - Sport
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LONDON: England great Steven Gerrard says that only time will tell whether he measures up as being good enough to be a football manager. The 36-year-old, capped 114 times and a rampaging midfielder in his pomp, begins his new career in February as a youth coach at his beloved Liverpool, who hired him earlier this month. Gerrard, who won the Champions League, UEFA Cup, FA Cup and three League Cups but never the Premier League title with Liverpool, turned down an offer from third-tier MK Dons for him to become their manager last November. He thought it was too soon to launch himself into managing a club. "There's no rush, no timescale," said Gerrard, who is working towards achieving his UEFA A coaching licence, which would allow him to manage a Premier League club. "The silly thing for me would be to rush and go in when I'm not ready. I've got incredible people around me and hopefully in the future there'll be some exciting opportunities.
South China Morning Post
25 days
England great Steven Gerrard says that only time will tell whether he measures up as being good enough to be a manager. The 36-year-old, capped 114 times and a rampaging midfielder in his prime, begins his new career in February as a youth coach at his beloved Liverpool, who hired him earlier this month. Gerrard, who won the Champions League, Uefa Cup, FA Cup and three League Cups but never the Premier League title with Liverpool, turned down an offer from third-tier MK Dons for him to become...
Voice Of America
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Having seen her sister Venus win her semi-final at the Australian Open on Thursday, Serena Williams admitted she felt the weight of history to seal her place in their first grand slam title decider in eight years. That pressure was converted into a rampaging 6-2 6-1 win over Mirjana Lucic-Baroni that ended the 79th-ranked Croatian's fairytale run at Melbourne Park and put Serena into a 29th slam final. It took only 50 minutes for Serena to book the family reunion after Venus's tough three-set win over unseeded Coco Vandeweghe at the same Rod Laver Arena court. But a whole tennis era has passed since the Williams sisters last met on a comparable stage at the 2009 Wimbledon final. Serena won in two sets that day and has since added another 11 grand slam singles titles to extend her tally to 22, a professional-era record she shares with Germany's Steffi Graf.
Informed Comment
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With the JCPOA nuclear deal, Iranian-Americans could have been important in establishing new trade and business ties with Iran. Iran has a GDP the size of Poland's and a population nearly as large as Germany's. It is a virtually untapped market, from which Trump is cutting American businesses off. Or take the some 200,000 Iraqi-Americans. How many of them would even be refugees had it not been for the illegal war of aggression launched on them by the United States? Does the US owe Iraq nothing? And note that the government of Iraq is partnering with the US to fight ISIL. How do you think our Iraqi allies feel about being blackballed? How will the US contribute, as it pledged, to the rebuilding of Iraq after all the destruction its rampaging caused, if Iraqi businessmen cannot even come to New York? The US is, like it or not, in competition with Iran for Iraq's friendship and trade .
BBC News 24
a month
And he said that, having heard what the travel advice was, that was also read out by Mr Ritchie, he said if he had heard that at the time, he would never have gone to Tunisia. So a very strong statement from him. And he also talked about the moment when his wife was killed. They had been on the beach where many of the holiday-makers were killed, the gunman was rampaging through the area at the time, and obviously like many others they tried to run away, and as they tried to move away from the sunbeds, his wife Claire was hit by a bullet and fell to the ground.
Daily Mail - Home
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BBC One Scotland
a month
Beginning to now get into their stride. Exceptional football from Hearts, four or five passes, coming out to Struna who is rampaging down this right-hand side at every opportunity.
BBC One Scotland
a month
Rherras did not come on for Morocco against Tongo -- Togo and Congo. It is a huge miss for Hearts. Martin, looking to make an impression. Here is Callachan. Bobby Barr rampaging forward with only one to fit in the middle.
ABC News - Australia
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