• Mob thrashes Kashmiri group
Mob thrashes Kashmiri group

The attackers also rai-sed slogans like "Kash-miri terrorists go back". A video, in which a Kashmiri girl is being mercilessly beaten up by a mob in New Delhi , has emerged on social media. "We have been asking them not feed dogs in the public places". We have informed the police about his involvement but they have not taken any action against h...

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  • More illnesses confirmed in Rose Acre Farms Salmonella recall
More illnesses confirmed in Rose Acre Farms Salmonella recall

More illnesses have been reported in connection to a salmonella outbreak that led to the recall of more than 206 million eggs last month. They were distributed from a farm in Hyde County, N.C., and sold by retailers under different brand names: Coburn Farms, Country Daybreak, Crystal Farms, Food Lion, Glenview, Great Value, Nelms, Publix, Sunshin...

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  • Texas doctor grows new ear on soldiers forearm
Texas doctor grows new ear on soldiers forearm

Now that the ear has been transplanted, Burrage will undergo further surgery to cover scar tissue on her head, according to the statement . "I didn't feel comfortable with the way I looked so the provider referred me to plastic surgery", Pte.

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  • This man's blood has saved 2.4 million babies
This man's blood has saved 2.4 million babies

James Harrison, dubbed the "man with the golden arm", has provided 1,117 bags of vital blood which contain an antibody in his plasma, and stops babies dying from Rhesus disease, a form of severe anaemia. He's one of no more than 50 people in Australia known to have the antibodies, according the Australian Red Cross blood service . Jemma Falkenmi...

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  • Tiger And Spieth Make A Move On Saturday
Tiger And Spieth Make A Move On Saturday

But his astonishing performance elevated him five shots clear of the chasing pack, led by Charl Schwartzel , Patrick Cantlay and Danny Lee, while Tiger Woods scraped into the weekend with nothing to spare as late errors from various afternoon starters pushed the cut line back to one under.

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  • Rafael Nadal's record run is ended by Dominic Thiem
Rafael Nadal's record run is ended by Dominic Thiem

However, Nadal's 21-match winning streak on the clay court was eventually broken as Thiem went on to clinch a 7-5, 6-3 win over the Spaniard in just under two hours. That was not the case today. It was the Austrian who was the last to beat Nadal, that came in Rome a year ago and fast forward to Madrid , he again proved a thorn in Nadal's side.

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  • Study links oral antibiotic use to possible painful side effect
Study links oral antibiotic use to possible painful side effect

Kidney stones were among the rare conditions in case of children in the past as of now. The study team drew on electronic health records from the United Kingdom, covering 13 million adults and children seen by general practitioners in the Health Improvement Network between 1994 and 2015.

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  • T20 2018: Hyderabad beat Delhi by 9 wickets
T20 2018: Hyderabad beat Delhi by 9 wickets

Williamson hit an unbeaten 83 off 53 balls as the Sunrisers comfortably chased down the Delhi Daredevils' 187-5 in Delhi on Friday (NZT). The experienced duo was a delight to watch as it completed the chase with utmost calm. Pant became the second youngest player to score an IPL hundred and youngest to score 1000 runs in the Indian Premier L...

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  • Jose's United are happy to get the point they needed
Jose's United are happy to get the point they needed

Now we have the 41 points we feel better and we feel calm. United midfielder Scott McTominay said: "It was a big point, it was our objective to finish second but we are disappointed not to take three points". "It's every boy's dream to play in a Cup final so we will see". After the game, neither David Moyes or Jose Mourinho saw the clash as...

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  • Deputies: Florida man strips naked at airport, makes bomb threat
Deputies: Florida man strips naked at airport, makes bomb threat

When deputies caught up to him, they had to deploy a Taser. More than 200 people, mostly travelers, hand to stand outside the terminal waiting until the all clear was given after 9:30 a.m. "Just get me out of here, please". Airport spokesman Jay Cassens confirmed with Spectrum News 13 that travelers were outside of the airport for an hour and a...

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  • FG targets more revenue from 19 million taxpayers
FG targets more revenue from 19 million taxpayers

The event was attended by the Executive Chairman, Federal Inland Revenue Service, Mr. Babatunde Fowler; the President, CITN, Dr. Cyril Ikemefuna; and other top government officials. "We have aggressively expanded the implementation of the TSA and IPPIS both created to ensure that public funds are transparently managed and spent".

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  • Presidency Reacts To Fake News Surrounding Buhari's Foreign Medical Trips
Presidency Reacts To Fake News Surrounding Buhari's Foreign Medical Trips

He said, "In the course of the technical stop-over for aircraft maintenance in London on his way back from Washington last week, the President had a meeting with his doctor". But with so many absences and uncertainty about his condition, his health is likely to become a major issue as he seeks re-election in February next year.

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  • Previewing the 2018 Conference Finals
Previewing the 2018 Conference Finals

In 2015, they defeated the New York Rangers before losing to the Chicago Blackhawks in the Cup Final. The other part becomes a reality Friday night, when the Lightning open the Eastern Conference finals against Ovechkin's Washington Capitals.

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  • These Everyday 'Drugs' Cause More Harm Than the Illegal Ones, Study Says
These Everyday 'Drugs' Cause More Harm Than the Illegal Ones, Study Says

Researchers found that alcohol and tobacco use combined cost more than a quarter of a billion disability-adjusted life-years worldwide, while illegal drugs only accounted for tens of millions in comparison. Per capita, Central Europeans drink 11.61 liters of alcohol per person, Eastern Europeans drink 11.98 liters per person, and Western European...

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  • Cancer doctors want more research on medical marijuana
Cancer doctors want more research on medical marijuana

Braun plans to conduct clinical trials to study the effects of medical marijuana for symptoms related to cancer. Medical marijuana comes in a variety of strains and potencies, the authors continued. The proportion of oncologists who reacted "I do not know" concerning medical cannabis's effectiveness varied by indicator, from 27.6% for poor appeti...

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  • World Health Organization chief says Ebola vaccines to be shipped to Congo
World Health Organization chief says Ebola vaccines to be shipped to Congo

Nigeria are considering cancelling their friendly against DR Congo due to fears of contracting the Ebola virus. Nigeria's football federation says a World Cup warm-up match will be cancelled if doctors advise it, after a fresh outbreak of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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  • Rita Ora's long awaited sizzling single 'Girls' out today
Rita Ora's long awaited sizzling single 'Girls' out today

Rita wasn't alone on " Girls ", as the long-awaited comeback track features a trio of fantastic women: Charli XCX , 25, Bebe Rexha , 28, and the hottest rapper on the scene today, Cardi B , 25. If people look at it like that, it's very narrow-minded, and I don't think that's what this record is. " Girls " has been cooking for a long time ago...

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  • Philippines, Kuwait sign OFW deal
Philippines, Kuwait sign OFW deal

The Philippines & Kuwait sign the Agreement on the Employment of Domestic Workers at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Kuwait. The breakthrough came after separate meetings with Kuwait's Interior Minister Khaled Al-Jarrah Al-Sabah; Social Affairs and Labor Minister Hind Sabeeh Barak Al-Sabeeh and Deputy Foreign Minister Khaled Al-Jarallah.

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  • University of Buckingham holding events for Mental Health Awareness Week
University of Buckingham holding events for Mental Health Awareness Week

Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight rang the bell for mental wellness last week during a ceremony proclaiming May as Mental Health Awareness Month. Our response to those experiencing a mental illness must be sensitive, informed and respectful. She encourages the public to keep the conversation on mental health in public view, so more people will see it's n...

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  • Eurovision-2018: forecasts of the bookmakers have changed
Eurovision-2018: forecasts of the bookmakers have changed

Ryan O'Shaughnessy took Ireland past the semi-finals for the first time in five years, but you may not have known it if you had been watching in China. Russian Federation had previously threatened to block the broadcast of O'Shaughnessy's performance but ultimately backed down on the issue. The competition will cost around 20 million euros ($24...

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  • France 'regrets' Trump's Iran nuke decision
France 'regrets' Trump's Iran nuke decision

European Commission High Representative for Foreign Affairs Federica Mogherini said yesterday that the USA did not have the power to scrap the agreement altogether, and that the EU would continue to pursue it. "I am particularly anxious by the announcement tonight of new sanctions", she said, referencing to Trump's plan reimpose economic sanc...

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  • Ekiti Voters to 'Snub Money Bags' - PDP Candidate
Ekiti Voters to 'Snub Money Bags' - PDP Candidate

Fayose said that Adeyeye, rained curses on him when he phoned him to plead with him to accept the result of Tuesday's governorship primary election in good faith. "I am ready to take up this challenge as the incoming governor of Ekiti State on the platform of the PDP", he promised. He disclosed that since he lost the PDP primary to Fayose's anoin...

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  • Atendimento ao eleitor será feito sem agendamento de 7 a 9…
Atendimento ao eleitor será feito sem agendamento de 7 a 9…

O atendimento começou as 8h e vai até às 17h. No último final de semana (28 e 29/4), foram atendidos cerca de 47 mil eleitores no Estado de São Paulo, sendo quase 10 mil desses atendimentos na capital (21%). Luís Borges assegura que, apesar do grande fluxo de pessoas o atendimento tem transcorrido dentro do normal. Cidadãos com alguma deficiênc...

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  • Army surgeon transplants ear 'grown' on Soldier's forearm
Army surgeon transplants ear 'grown' on Soldier's forearm

After removing and shaping cartilage taken from her ribs, doctors placed the new ear in her forearm, creating a small pocket for it to fit snugly to grow new blood vessels. "Why should she have to deal with having an artificial ear for the rest of her life?" But a rare procedure changed things as surgeons recreated an ear from cartilage and tucked ...

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  • Coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce spreads to more states
Coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce spreads to more states

There has also been one death recorded, in California, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Perfectly creamy and crunchy, Caesar salad is a North American favorite, well - Canadian health officials have announced that six Canadians have been infected with a strain of E.Coli that has a similar genetic fingerprint to ...

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