“If it didn’t, then I’d try it the next hole. So “process” and “spot”, that’s all I kept telling myself all week.” McIlroy, who is now three quarters of the way to a career slam of majors at the age of 25 – a baby in golfing terms – began the day six shots clear and increased his lead to seven strokes with a birdie at the first. The expected attack from Sergio Garcia did materialize and the lead was whittled down to two by the 14th but there was never a sense of panic for the Northern Irishman who once took a four-stroke lead into the final round of the 2011 Masters only to imploded with a horrific 80. He said having such a large lead to take into the fourth round had been the key and he pointed to his burst of scoring on Saturday when he covered the last six holes in 20 strokes. “Yesterday’s finish proved to be very important,” said McIlroy who was roared down the final few fairways on Sunday as he carded a one-under-par 71 for a 17-under total. “Those two eagles went a long way in deciding this championship.
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Heavy fighting in Gaza as death toll rises above 500
“We’re doing everything we can not to harm the people of Gaza,” Netanyahu said. “Hamas is doing everything they can to make sure the people of Gaza suffer.” ‘Nobody is safe’ But people in Gaza who spoke with CNN described a different situation. “Nobody is safe and nobody can flee anywhere because everywhere is targeted,” said Enas Sisisalem, a mother of two who lives in the al-Remal neighborhood of Gaza City. “When we hear the shelling my kids will cry.” She said she had seen people running away from Shaja’ia. “The shelling did not stop all night or morning,” Sisisalem said Sunday. “The people ran away from their houses with their clothes and kids only, barely grabbing anything with them.” The United Nations has estimated that around 70% of the Palestinian killed in Gaza have been civilians. More than 100,000 people in Gaza have been displaced by the conflict, according to the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.
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Assailants attack Congo military camp in capital – Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sports
Mende did not immediately have a toll for anyone killed or wounded in the attack. The military camp is located close to the residence of President Joseph Kabila and the sound of gunfire for about 20 minutes in the area provoked widespread panic. Tensions have been particularly high in Congo’s capital since December when assailants attacked not only the Tshatshi camp but also the airport and the headquarters of national television. Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
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