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Lewis Hamilton revealed Monday that he may not be able to trust his Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg in their future on-track duels for the drivers' world title.


The 29-year-old Briton acheter air max 2019 pas cher , who was forced to retire from Sunday's Belgian Grand Prix after suffering a puncture when Rosberg drove into him on the -second lap, said he was uncertain how to approach the next race air max 2019 pas cher soldes , the Italian Grand Prix at Monza on September 7.


He had claimed that Rosberg admitted he had deliberately hit him "to make a point" in their collision, but the German air max 2019 pas cher france , who now leads the title race by 29 points, said it was only a racing incident.


"Well basket air max 2019 pas cher , when you're out there you have to trust the people to think with their heads and don't do things deliberately," said Hamilton. "I don't really know how to approach the next race air max 2019 pas cher femme , but all I know is that I've got to push, I've got a long way to come back from it."


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Hamilton said, "It's interesting because we had that meeting on Thursday and Nico expressed how angry he was [about the Hungarian Grand Prix air max 2019 pas cher en ligne , where Hamilton ignored a team request to allow him to pass].


"He expressed how angry he was and he literally sat there and said how angry he was at Toto and Paddy.


"But I thought we should be good after that ... And then this result? It's interesting ..."


(Agencies)




CAPE TOWN, July 27 (Xinhua) -- A candidate for South Africa's ruling African National Congress (ANC) running for Walmer Township councillor in Port Elizabeth has been murdered, police said on Wednesday.


Nceba Dywili was gunned down in a hail of bullets on Tuesday night, police spokesperson Mncedi Mbombo said.


Dywili, 40, was shot and killed by two unknown gunmen while he was dropping a lady at her house, Mbombo said.


The motive for his killing remained unkown, said Mbombo.


Dywili was the latest victim of political violence in relation with the elections.


A number of politicians have been killed in the run-up to the elections, scheduled for August 3.


Most of the killings took place in KwaZulu-Natal Province, a stronghold of the ANC.


The South African government has voiced grave concern over the killings of South Africans who have been nominated by their parties as candidates for the elections.


"Government calls on all parties particularly in KwaZulu-Natal to ensure that the killings come to a stop and to cooperate with the political and law enforcement structures in place in the province and who are already hard at work to root out this evil," said Des Van Rooyen, Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs.


The government calls on all political parties and independent candidates to uphold the Electoral Code of Conduct, Van Rooyen said.


The government has pledged that it will continue to ensure that the local government elections environment is free, fair and peaceful.




WELLINGTON, July 20 (Xinhua) -- Ancient rocks unearthed in the Middle East have shed light on why life on Earth took millions of years to recover from the greatest mass extinction ever, the New Zealand scientist who led the international study said Wednesday.


The study provided fresh insight into how Earth's oceans became starved of oxygen in the wake of the "Great Dying" event 252 million years ago, delaying the recovery of life by 5 million years.


It was also helping scientists to better understand how environmental change could have disastrous consequences for life on Earth, said Otago University chemistry researcher Dr Matthew Clarkson.


The Permian-Triassic Boundary extinction wiped out more than 90 percent of marine life and around two thirds of animals living on land, and the Earth's oceans became starved of oxygen conditions known as anoxia during the recovery period.


Previous research suggested the mass extinction and delayed recovery were linked to the presence of anoxic waters that also contained high levels of harmful sulfide compounds.


But the study found anoxic conditions at the time were more complex, and the toxic, sulfide-rich state was not present throughout all the world's oceans, Clarkson said in a statement.


The team analyzed rocks unearthed in Oman that were formed in an ancient ocean around the time of the extinction, and found that while the water was lacking in oxygen, toxic sulfide was not present.


Instead, the waters were rich in iron, indicating that iron-rich, low-oxygen waters were a major cause of the delayed recovery of marine life following the mass extinction.


While low oxygen levels were present at some depths and restricted the recovery of marine life, shallower waters contained oxygen for short periods, briefly supporting diverse forms of life.


The precise cause of the long recovery period remained unclear, but increased run-off from erosion of rocks on land caused by high global temperatures likely triggered anoxic conditions in the oceans.


"We knew that the lack of oxygen in the oceans played a key role in the extinction and recovery processes, but we are still discovering how exactly it was involved. Our findings about the chemistry of the ocean at the time provide us with a clearer picture of how this complex process delayed the recovery of life for so long," said Clarkson.


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