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‘God always has a plan’

Sports | Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa acknowledges God’s sovereignty in season-ending injury
by Loren Skinker
Posted 11/29/19, 03:37 pm

University of Alabama head football coach Nick Saban rarely cracks a smile on the sidelines, but he couldn’t suppress a grin when his star quarterback told him during a timeout he wanted to keep playing in a blowout against Mississippi State two weeks ago. Tua Tagovailoa, a junior and a projected first-round pick in next year’s NFL draft, was nursing a sore right ankle and his backup, sophomore Mac Jones, could have used some more time under center, but Saban embraced his quarterback’s enthusiasm and agreed to leave him in.

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North Korea tests rocket launcher

by Onize Ohikere
Posted 11/29/19, 11:22 am

North Korea said its test on Thursday was the final review of the combat application for its new “super-large” rocket launcher. South Korea’s military confirmed two projectiles took off from North Korea’s eastern province and landed in the sea off its coast. It was the fourth test-launch of the multiple rocket launcher since August.

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North Korea tests multiple rocket launcher

by Onize Ohikere
Posted 11/01/19, 01:03 pm

North Korea on Friday announced the third test of a new “super large” launcher that can “totally destroy” enemy targets. South Korean and Japanese militaries confirmed they detected two projectiles on Thursday that traveled more than 200 miles before landing in the waters off North Korea’s eastern coast.

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