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Verstappen derde in Grand Prix Singapore, Vettel wint

Het is de zesde keer dit seizoen dat Max Verstappen een podiumplek verovert. Sebastian Vettel werd zondag eerste.


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This 1992 Comic Novel About Fallen British Royals Is Extra Fun to Read Right Now
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Zion Williamson Return Date: How to Watch Pelicans Star NBA Debut on TV and Online on Wednesday
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Two Excedrin products are temporarily discontinued, company says
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Chanel's elegant austerity
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Formula One to hold auction for Australian bushfire relief
Formula One, whose 2020 season starts in Melbourne on March 15, has announced an auction to help areas most affected by the Australian bushfires.
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Vauthier's 'wardrobe of emotion'
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'Power' 'Tommy' Spin-Off: Tommy Egan Actor Joseph Sikora May Have Announced Sequel on His Instagram
"Tommy" may be a new spin-off to "Power" that sees Joseph Sikora's character get involved in the California drug game.
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Hall of Famer now unlikely to boycott Derek Jeter’s speech
Derek Jeter’s lifetime streak of avoiding serious controversy appears intact. The specter of a revered Hall of Famer boycotting Jeter’s Cooperstown ceremony is unlikely to reveal itself. Jeter’s former Yankees teammate Tim Raines, a Hall of Famer himself, told The Post on Tuesday that he expects his great friend Andre Dawson — whose enmity Jeter...
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Nevada police say infant found dead in dumpster in North Las Vegas
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Rescued big cats arrive at secret sanctuary
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Stocks shake off China virus worries, dollar gains
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China companies issue staff with masks, travel warnings as virus outbreak fears grow
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How Trump Has Exposed Congress’ Self-inflicted Weaknesses
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Shooting took place at a residence in the Hickory Hill neighborhood of Memphis, Tennessee.
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GOP Senator James Risch Appears to Fall Asleep During Opening Day of Trump's Impeachment Trial
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Google Doodle celebrates Anna May Wong nearly 100 years after her first leading role. Here's why she's in focus
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Exclusive: Seattle-Area Voters To Vote By Smartphone In 1st For U.S. Elections
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