• It seems we won't be getting a new Assassin's Creed in 2018
It seems we won't be getting a new Assassin's Creed in 2018

All titles were a huge boost for the company, however, the new Assassin's Creed title is probably the biggest reason for it. Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot revealed that Origins is on track to double lifetime revenues of its predecessor, 2015's Assassin's Creed: Syndicate .

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  • 3-year-old killed when drunk driver hits ambulance
3-year-old killed when drunk driver hits ambulance

Romero was charged Sunday with driving while impaired, failure to reduce speed and having no operator's license, police said. He was initially ordered held on $50,000 but that bail was later revoked and authorities have put him under an immigration detainer, meaning U.S.

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  • Markets open higher; Sensex up over 200 points, Nifty above 10500
Markets open higher; Sensex up over 200 points, Nifty above 10500

The Sensex closed at 34,005.76 points - down 407.40 points or 1.18 percent from its previous session's close, while the Nifty50 fell by 121.90 points or 1.15 percent to close at 10,454.95 points. Sector-wise, power was up 1.87 per cent, realty (1.73 per cent), capital goods (1.65 per cent), infrastructure (1.47 per cent), healthcare (1.18 per cen...

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  • Iranian President Hassan Rouhani to visit India
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani to visit India

The visiting Iranian Prez will deliver a special address at the Observer Research Foundation (ORF) on Saturday. "During the forthcoming visit of the president of Iran , both sides would review the progress achieved in bilateral relations and also exchange views on regional and global issues of mutual interest", the ministry said in a release.

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  • Neiphiu Rio elected uncontested
Neiphiu Rio elected uncontested

Mr Rio represents Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party. They had filed nomination for contest for the Northern Angami-II seat. Rio's only opponent for the Northern Angami-II was NPF's Chupfuo Angami, who happens to be Rio's brother-in-law.

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  • Deportation stay granted for father of son with cancer
Deportation stay granted for father of son with cancer

However, in December, Berrones was told he'd be deported in January. Berrones' 5-year-old son has been battling leukemia since 2016 and is undergoing chemotherapy. Garcia is not now working so she can take her son Jayden, who has leukemia, to his many medical appointments. According to CBS News , each time Berrones was deported, he braved th...

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  • Derogatory & demeaning: HRW slam Duterte's 'shoot feminine rebels within the vagina' comment
Derogatory & demeaning: HRW slam Duterte's 'shoot feminine rebels within the vagina' comment

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said on Friday he has ordered the military to cancel a $233 million agreement to purchase 16 helicopters from Canada, whose government expressed concerns they could be used to fight rebels. Duterte rocketed to fame in his country for conducting a bloody drug war while serving as the hard-nosed mayor of Davao C...

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  • Pence's bid to isolate North Korea at Olympics falls flat
Pence's bid to isolate North Korea at Olympics falls flat

Washington insists that Pyongyang must take concrete steps towards denuclearization before any talks can begin, while Moon - whose parents escaped from the North in a U.S. But on arrival North Korean officials said they needed more fuel to go back. The squad hasn't been photographed outside of North Korea in about a decade.

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  • Allegiant Announces New Nonstop Flight from Lexington
Allegiant Announces New Nonstop Flight from Lexington

The Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport has landed more flight starting this June. Allegiant Airlines will be the only one to offer nonstop flights from RDU to Destin-Fort Walton Beach, which now becomes the 54th nonstop destination from the Triangle.

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  • Federal Judge Awards Graffiti Artists $6.7 Million After Spray Paintings Destroyed
Federal Judge Awards Graffiti Artists $6.7 Million After Spray Paintings Destroyed

But on Monday, Judge Block upheld the jury's decision, and his ruling awarded the artists the maximum damages possible, saying that 45 of the dozens of ruined murals had enough artistic stature to merit being protected. "I said, 'Let me start this place up, let me have a wall where no ego is involved, and artists could come paint, '" said artist an...

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  • New Zealand vs England T20I: New Zealand beat England by 12 runs
New Zealand vs England T20I: New Zealand beat England by 12 runs

Blazing half-centuries from Martin Guptill and Kane Williamson have guided New Zealand to a 12 run win over England in their Twenty20 cricket worldwide in Wellington . Williamson went on to take play the evening's decisive innings of 72, pouring salt into Wood's wounds with a handful of big hits at the Durham seamer's expense.

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  • IS leader al-Baghdadi suffering from deteriorating health
IS leader al-Baghdadi suffering from deteriorating health

United States intelligence agencies have assessed with a high degree of confidence that the world's most wanted man was near Raqqa, Syria , when the missile struck, the officials said on Sunday. Last June, Russia said it had probably killed Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in a late May air raid near Raqa in Syria, but later said it was still trying to ve...

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  • Nelly Is Under Investigation for Sexual Assault in England
Nelly Is Under Investigation for Sexual Assault in England

The website reports that the woman claims Nelly "dropped his trousers and began masturbating in front of her". The woman elaborated that the rapper tried to kiss her and tried to pull her top off before she ran out of the room. Police officials in Essex, England are looking into claims the Hot in Herre hitmaker masturbated in front of a fan b...

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  • Rain Showers With Wild Temperature Swings!
Rain Showers With Wild Temperature Swings!

Mostly cloudy skies are in the forecast tonight with temperatures dropping into the low and mid 30s. As Wednesday night rolls around, it will bring another 30 percent chance of rain with lows in the upper 40s. More showers roll in Friday morning, although Friday is still mild, near 50. It'll turn cooler heading into the weekend . The w...

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  • Pancake Day: Everything you need to know
Pancake Day: Everything you need to know

And with pancakes being one of the most picture-worthy food, no wonder why Instagram is having an absolute field day. Gill Humphriss, headteacher of Stratford Primary School, said: "The children had a fabulous time racing and flipping pancakes".

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  • Liberum Capital Reaffirms Hold Rating for Shaftesbury (SHB)
Liberum Capital Reaffirms Hold Rating for Shaftesbury (SHB)

The firm has "Hold" rating by Jefferies given on Monday, April 10. The company was maintained on Tuesday, October 18 by Kepler Cheuvreux. The firm has "Buy" rating by Goldman Sachs given on Tuesday, May 30. Gsa Capital Llp has 88,450 shares. (NASDAQ:CORE). 24,337 are held by Bnp Paribas Arbitrage. Among 9 analysts covering DHT Holdings ( NYSE:DHT...

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  • 'Mani Shankar Aiyar be send behind bars'
'Mani Shankar Aiyar be send behind bars'

On Monday, he called for "uninterrupted and uninterruptible" talks between India and Pakistan to resolve longstanding issues. Aiyar was speaking on the sidelines of a function in Pakistan. He added, "I love Pakistan because I love India. They are clapping for me because I speak of peace". Aiyer further emphasised that Kashmir and terrorism are th...

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  • BC Indigenous groups react after Colten Boushie shooting verdict
BC Indigenous groups react after Colten Boushie shooting verdict

In the confrontation that followed, Boushie ended up being shot in the head, which is the obvious and heartbreaking part of this tragedy. Stanley testified that he fired warning shots to scare the group off. Candace Day Neveau of the Bawating Water Protectors says that she worries for her children following the outcome of the Stanley trial. He al...

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  • United Nations rights experts demand release of Palestinian girl detained in Israel
United Nations rights experts demand release of Palestinian girl detained in Israel

The closely watched trial of a Palestinian girl for slapping and punching two Israeli soldiers opened before an Israeli military court in the West Bank on Tuesday, but the judge ordered all proceedings to be held behind closed doors in a case that has drawn wide criticism of Israel for prosecuting the teenager.

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  • Pennsylvania court set to redraw voting maps after governor veto
Pennsylvania court set to redraw voting maps after governor veto

The maps were created to address the guidance provided by the Supreme Court regarding making the districts more compact and contiguous, Drew Crompton, chief of staff to Senate President Pro Tem Joe Scarnati , told reporters Friday night.

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  • Key Justice Department Head Is Leaving
Key Justice Department Head Is Leaving

Blitzer went on to point out that should Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, the second highest-ranking official at the department, be fired or forced to resign, Brand would have been in charge of deciding whether or not to fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller .

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  • Poll fever: CPM to take on BJP without Congress' help
Poll fever: CPM to take on BJP without Congress' help

Hossain also said that he doesn't know about the BJP being a Hindutva party and don't believe they have been involved in attacks against Muslims in other parts of the country. After losing Assam and Manipur, Congress is steadfast on securing Meghalaya. We have seen this is Assam too - in hard days, some senior leaders quit the party.

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  • Unified Korean Women's Ice Hockey Team Loses to Switzerland 8-0
Unified Korean Women's Ice Hockey Team Loses to Switzerland 8-0

She was the first member of North Korea's ruling family to visit the South, while Kim Yong-nam was the most senior North Korean official to make a cross-border trip. South Korean television is showing a smiling President Moon Jae-in entering a reception room and shaking hands with North Korean delegates, including leader Kim Jong Un's sister.

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  • India's forest cowl will increase by 1 per cent
India's forest cowl will increase by 1 per cent

Though the "very dense" forest cover has increased in the last two years, the "moderately dense" forests are shrinking, which is unsafe. Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Kerala have been critical to this increase with their strong focus on plantation activities around forest areas .

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  • Jeff Sessions Celebrates
Jeff Sessions Celebrates "Anglo-American Heritage of Law Enforcement"

CNN and everybody else notes that Sessions went off-book to insert the phrase " Anglo-American " into the speech , as his remark differs from the text he was supposed to read. During the Civil War, the military became the primary form of law enforcement in the South, but during Reconstruction, many local sheriffs functioned in a way analogo...

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