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Gardening games: from 'Yonder: The Cloud Chronicles' to 'Flower Design'

Gardening games: from 'Yonder: The Cloud Chronicles' to 'Flower Design'



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Our Favorite Car Video Games

Our Favorite Car Video Games



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Astros Player Banned From 5 Games For Racist 'Slant-Eye' Gesture

Astros Player Banned From 5 Games For Racist 'Slant-Eye' GestureHouston Astros’ first baseman Yuli Gurriel has apologized for making a racist gesture in the dugout during Friday night’s Game 3 of the World Series.



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Gurriel banned 5 games in 2018 for racist gesture at Darvish

Gurriel banned 5 games in 2018 for racist gesture at DarvishHOUSTON (AP) — Yuli Gurriel will have to sit out for making a racist gesture toward Yu Darvish — but not during the World Series.



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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry caught cozying up at the Invictus Games closing ceremony

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry caught cozying up at the Invictus Games closing ceremonyMeghan Markle and Prince Harry continue to flaunt their relationship!



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Kurdish president defiant over referendum in face of war games and flight suspensions

Kurdish president defiant over referendum in face of war games and flight suspensionsMasoud Barzani, president of Iraqi Kurdistan, was last night defiant over his decision to hold a controversial referendum on independence, even as its neighbour Iran mounted pressure by closing its airspace and launching military drills on the border. Tehran announced on Sunday it was blocking all flights to and from Kurdistan at the request of ally Iraq, which has described the secession vote as “unconstitutional” and warned that it could fan the flames of tensions in the Middle East. Some five million Kurds will go to the polls today in the three provinces that have since 2003 formed the autonomous region of Kurdistan, but also in territories disputed with Baghdad such as the oil-rich province of Kirkuk. Mr Barzani, a 71-year-old guerilla leader-turned-politician who enjoys something of a cult of personality in Kurdistan, has mustered huge popular support for the vote. The streets of Erbil, Kurdistan’s capital, are festooned with red, white and green Kurdish flags and large crowds holding nightly rallies. The Kurds – more than 30 million people spread across Iraq, Turkey, Iran and Syria – have long sought a state of their own. The result seems a foregone conclusion. A woman flashes the V-sign as Iraqi Kurds take part in a rally to urge people to vote in the upcoming independence referendum Credit: SAFIN HAMED/AFP/Getty Images But with not just Baghdad, Iran and Turkey but also the US and UN opposing the vote, there is little hope that dream will be quickly realised in Iraq. Instead, observers say, Mr Barzani is using the referendum as leverage in the Kurdish Regional Government's longstanding disputes with federal authorities. “Our relationship with Baghdad is over, it is no longer working,” Mr Barzani told reporters during a press conference at the presidential palace in the mountains outside Erbil. Supporters wave flags and chant slogans inside the Erbil Stadium while waiting to hear Kurdish President Masoud Barzani speak Credit: Chris McGrath/Getty Images “Iraq has humiliated our people (…) They have galvanised the Iraqi people against Kurdistan." He said he had hoped for a better relationship with Baghdad after the fall in 2003 of the late iraqi leader Saddam Hussein, who arrested, tortured and killed tens of thousands of Kurds during his rule. “We had a hope our relationship with Baghdad would improve, based on pluralism and democracy. But it didn’t take us long to realise that while the faces of the politicians changed, their mentality was the same,” he said. When asked why the vote could not be delayed, as the international community has repeatedly requested, Mr Barzani said: "We cannot wait another year, they will not change their mind, it will only strengthen their position." Some Kurds the Telegraph spoke to said they were planning to vote “yes” at the polls today, but worried about the consequences. “Our course we want our own country, to stand on our own, but I am scared about how our neighbours will respond,” said student Ahmed Rasol. “We will not have security in the future if we have no friends.”



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Melania Trump set to meet Prince Harry at Invictus Games

Melania Trump set to meet Prince Harry at Invictus GamesMelania Trump is set to meet the UK's Prince Harry of Wales on Saturday, as the respective first lady and British Royal partake in the opening ceremony for the Invictus Games.



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Will Meghan Markle appear alongside boyfriend Prince Harry at the 2017 Invictus Games?

Will Meghan Markle appear alongside boyfriend Prince Harry at the 2017 Invictus Games?Prince Harry has officially landed in Toronto to launch the 2017 Invictus Games on Saturday, but is his talked-about girlfriend Meghan Markle going to join him?



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Putin watches as Russia intensifies war games that have rattled West

Putin watches as Russia intensifies war games that have rattled WestBy Andrew Osborn MOSCOW (Reuters) – President Vladimir Putin observed Russia’s biggest war games in years on Monday, watching as his forces successfully repelled an imaginary enemy and launched a tank-led counter offensive, part of an exercise that has rattled the West. NATO officials say they are monitoring the “Zapad-2017″ (“West-2017″) war games with “calm and confidence”, but many are unnerved about what they see as Moscow testing its ability to wage war against the West. Russia says the exercise is rehearsing a purely defensive scenario.



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Helicopter mistakenly fires on parked vehicles in Russia war games: media

Helicopter mistakenly fires on parked vehicles in Russia war games: mediaA military helicopter on a rural training exercise in western Russia mistakenly fired rockets at a group of parked vehicles, knocking at least one person to the ground, footage posted by Russian news sites and on social media showed. A video clip published on Tuesday by the independent news site Fontanka.ru showed a helicopter firing a salvo of rockets at a military truck covered in camouflage netting in open countryside, with three vehicles with no military markings visible, parked a few meters away. Russia is currently staging the “Zapad 2017″ war games in the area, major exercises on NATO’s eastern flank that were inspected on Monday by Russian President Vladimir Putin.



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