• Philippines raise objection against Chinese undersea given name
Philippines raise objection against Chinese undersea given name

Malacañang on Wednesday, February 14, raised objection to the successful registration of Chinese names for the five underwater features in the Philippine Rise. China also claims huge areas in the South China Sea, despite competing partial claims from several countries including the Philippines. Benham Rise lies on the other side of the Philippine...

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  • Explosion at Indian shipyard kills five workers
Explosion at Indian shipyard kills five workers

The Cochin Shipyard Ltd announced ex-gratia payment of Rs 10 lakh to the families of five workers killed in the explosion. During the interaction with the unions and associations, the Minister and the CMD of Cochin Shipyard assured adequate support to all the affected families.

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  • Transgender woman able to breastfeed in possible first
Transgender woman able to breastfeed in possible first

The 30-year-old, who had been taking feminising hormones for some years, chose to breastfeed when her pregnant partner said she did not want to. She worked with Dr Tamar Reisman and Zil Goldstein, a nurse practitioner, at the Mount Sinai Center for Transgender medicine and Surgery in NYC.

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  • Former All-Star pitcher Loaiza arrested with over 20kg of heroin or cocaine
Former All-Star pitcher Loaiza arrested with over 20kg of heroin or cocaine

After finding the compartment, deputies got a warrant for the nearby house, searched it and found the cocaine, which they say is worth about $500,000. "I don't know how he would get himself involved in this, so it's hard to even comment on it". The Associated Press reported officers discovered packages containing a white powder believed to be c...

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  • Lucknow University bans Valentine's Day
Lucknow University bans Valentine's Day

Check out notification dated 10 February 2018, says that the university will be closed on 14 February on the occasion of Maha Shivratri and that no cultural programs or classes will take place during the day. It further adds, "Students are directed not to wander on the campus on the holiday". Four years ago, it issued a set of dos and don'ts for ...

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  • Notley wants progress within days from feds on BC pipeline dispute
Notley wants progress within days from feds on BC pipeline dispute

Notley and Horgan have locked horns over a proposal by British Columbia to refuse an expansion of oil imports until it is sure safety plans are in place to handle any spills or other environmental catastrophes. economy". "This is a very crucial element of our economy, and we can not see it continue to grow the way that it has in the last 10 years...

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  • Anushka Sharma wore two very different monochrome outfits. See pictures
Anushka Sharma wore two very different monochrome outfits. See pictures

With "What a guy" and "Uff, what a guy" captions. This will be Anushka's first released movie since her marriage in December. There has been no clear indication about the nature of the story, apart from the tag line in the posters, that it is definitely not going to be a fairy tale.

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  • Japanese Company Claims Experimental Drug Kills Flu Virus in a Single Day
Japanese Company Claims Experimental Drug Kills Flu Virus in a Single Day

But the shortened treatment time didn't necessarily mean patients in the trial felt better sooner, a representative from Shionogi tells CBS News, explaining that the drug works differently than Tamiflu and other antiviral drugs. Nonetheless, doctors still recommend the population get a yearly flu shot. While it's still early in the flu sea...

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  • Oxfam faces South Sudan abuse claim as sex scandal widens
Oxfam faces South Sudan abuse claim as sex scandal widens

In response to Evans' claims , an Oxfam spokesperson said: "We regret that we did not act on Helen's concerns much quicker and with more resources". Helen Evans, who after leaving organization in 2015, denounced her to charity Commission, governing body of charitable institutions in country, talks about abuses of adolescent volunteers at NGO sto...

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  • President Trump's Proposed Budget Calls for Cuts to Great Lakes Funding
President Trump's Proposed Budget Calls for Cuts to Great Lakes Funding

It will once again be up to Republicans and Democrats in the U.S. Congress to support Great Lakes restoration efforts that are producing results for our environment and economy in communities across the region. Speaking broadly of the president's proposed budget in a statement, Democratic Sen. In a statement released today, Kildee calls the...

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  • UK Government Shows Off AI Tool For Extremist Video Takedown
UK Government Shows Off AI Tool For Extremist Video Takedown

During her visit to the USA west coast, Rudd will discuss what companies are doing to develop methods that identify Daesh propaganda, and support smaller companies, such as Vimeo, Telegra.ph and pCloud to remove terrorist content from their platforms.

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  • 4-Year-Old SC Girl Missing, Police Looking For Her
4-Year-Old SC Girl Missing, Police Looking For Her

According to police, Todd may be with a Hispanic male described as skinny, between 25 and 30 years old with short hair and dressed in all gray. Todd hasn't been seen since ... Tecklenburg said the mother is in fair condition. Missing 4-year-old Heidi Renae Todd . A $10,000 reward has also been offered for information leading to the recovery ...

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  • A new antibiotic Malacidin from soil kills resistant bacteria
A new antibiotic Malacidin from soil kills resistant bacteria

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that each year, at least 2 million people in the U.S. become infected with bacteria that are resistant to antibiotics and at least 23,000 people die each year as a direct result of these infections.

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  • American woman with headaches wakes up with British accent
American woman with headaches wakes up with British accent

She told ABC Arizona: "They send in the psychiatrist at the hospital and make sure you're not a loon". Meyers wants to make clear she's not faking it or insane. Because this is such a rare condition, treatments are also lacking. In most cases, it accompanies neurological damage, a stroke, or any other unknown health issues that the patient mi...

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  • After Eight Days Of Itchy Eyes, Oregon Woman Finds 14 Worms
After Eight Days Of Itchy Eyes, Oregon Woman Finds 14 Worms

They said the study indicates that North Americans may be more vulnerable than previously understood to such infections. Beckley says while her eyes are fine now, at the time she was in a panic, since there's little documentation of people having worms in their eyes.

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  • Eating Slowly Tied to Lower BMI and Obesity Risk
Eating Slowly Tied to Lower BMI and Obesity Risk

In addition to eating speed , the researchers found a few other eating habits people with obesity showed, such as frequently eating dinner within two hours of going to bed, snacking after dinner and skipping breakfast . It is not the first time a study finds an association between eating speed and numerous health benefits. Experts say that wh...

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  • CDC: 14% of all Texas deaths related to flu
CDC: 14% of all Texas deaths related to flu

The week before, the agency recorded 1,504 more cases of the illness. The CDC does not count the number of adult deaths, however Dr Jernigan previously said that he expects the number of pediatric deaths to be similar as the 2014 season that killed 148 children.

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  • Arsene Wenger cautious over comparing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang with Thierry Henry
Arsene Wenger cautious over comparing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang with Thierry Henry

Arsenal's new ace Henrikh Mkhitaryan has been staying back after training to work with Arsenal's strikers. Lacazette came off the bench and missed a great late chance in Arsenal's 1-0 loss to Tottenham in the Premier League on Saturday .

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  • Huddersfield boss Wagner delighted with 'huge win' over Bournemouth
Huddersfield boss Wagner delighted with 'huge win' over Bournemouth

Huddersfield ran away after the interval, Mounie's shot deflecting in off Cook for the third and Van la Parra completing the scoring with a penalty after a foul on Pritchard. "It was a fantastic afternoon for us". Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe questioned his players' commitment and accused them of conceding too easily.

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  • Canadian Figure Skaters Drop Horniest Part Of Routine To Secure #1 Spot
Canadian Figure Skaters Drop Horniest Part Of Routine To Secure #1 Spot

The original move from January's nationals can be seen at the 2:26 mark in the video below. Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford skated pairs for Canada, while Kaetlyn Osmond was Canada's entry in the women's short dance (teams can make up to two substitutions).

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  • Two Turkish pilots die in Syria crash
Two Turkish pilots die in Syria crash

Prime Minister Binali Yildirim told reporters the downed chopper was a T129 ATAK helicopter, and was shot down in Kirikhan district of Hatay province, killing two soldiers. Hospitals say 230 civilians died between February 4 and February 9 in intensified airstrikes by Russian-backed Syrian government forces. "After seven years of paralysis in the...

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  • Walt Disney World Ticket Prices Increased Beginning Today
Walt Disney World Ticket Prices Increased Beginning Today

Disney has also announced they will sell "date-specific multi-date tickets" sometime soon. That's a $4 increase. A single-day ticket during peak times will cost $135, which is an $11 increase over past year. At Disneyland , the regular price of admission to the Anaheim park will be set at $117. "Attendance at our domestic parks was up 6% in the...

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  • OxyContin maker to stop promoting opioids to doctors
OxyContin maker to stop promoting opioids to doctors

As reported by the Wall Street Journal , Purdue will continue selling the drug, but will no longer send salespeople to doctors' offices to promote it. Purdue's decision to entirely stop marketing the drug in the USA comes amid a new wave of legal action, reminiscent of the legal campaign against tobacco companies in the 1990s.

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  • Eagles Held Fake Super Bowl Walk-Through Just In Case Patriots Were Watching
Eagles Held Fake Super Bowl Walk-Through Just In Case Patriots Were Watching

But during the Super Bowl, I definitely was rooting extra for the Eagles because I refused to watch another game ending with Brady holding the Lombardi trophy again. The sports world is a insane one. Wentz wasn't supposed to step up like he did, the defense wasn't supposed to be this dominant, Zach Ertz wasn't expected to become one of the best t...

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  • Larry Nassar moved to Federal Prison in Arizona
Larry Nassar moved to Federal Prison in Arizona

He's one of almost 1,400 inmates at the low-security prison, located about 10 miles south of Ann Arbor. Margraves' three daughters said they were sexually assaulted by Nassar, the former Michigan State University doctor who molested gymnasts and other females with his hands.

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