• German Foreign Minister Gabriel Says Not to Serve in New Government

    German Foreign Minister Gabriel Says Not to Serve in New Government

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    As justice minister, he brought in laws forcing social media companies like Facebook and Twitter to remove hate speech from their sites and is a vocal critic of the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD). Mr Gabriel is said to have a broken relationship with Mr Scholz and Ms Nahles. At a news conference with his Bosnian counterpart, Gabriel expressed support for Maas.
  • Violence continued as govt declares emergency

    Violence continued as govt declares emergency

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    It is to note that Muslims in Sri Lanka comprise 9 percent, Buddhists comprise 70 percent and ethnic Tamils comprise 13 percent of the total population. Lakshman Kiriella, a lawmaker from Kandy, said in Parliament that the attacks were "carried out by outsiders". President Maithripala Sirisena has declared a State of Emergency for one week with effect from mid-night yesterday, to redress the unsatisfactory security situation prevailing over certain parts of the country.
  • AbbVie (ABBV) Upgraded by Vetr to "Strong-Buy"

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    It has underperformed by 6.07% the S&P500. Beck Mack & Oliver Llc increased its stake in Huttig Bldg Prods Inc Com (HBP) by 312.06% based on its latest 2017Q3 regulatory filing with the SEC. (NYSE:ABBV). Alta Mngmt, a Utah-based fund reported 27,394 shares. Venator Capital Management Ltd. holds 3.69% of its portfolio in Owens Corning for 46,142 shares.
  • Babies who look like their father are healthier. Here's why

    Babies who look like their father are healthier. Here's why

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    Polachek told Moneyish. "Fathers are important in raising a child, and it manifests itself in the health of the child", said one of the researchers Solomon Polachek , Professor at the Binghamton University in NY. Attention, in utero readers: If you've got a single mom, but you come out of the womb looking a lot like daddy, you have a better shot at the dude spending time with you - and you're more likely to be the picture of health by your first birthday.
  • Over 200 Oklahomans have died from the flu this season

    Over 200 Oklahomans have died from the flu this season

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    The 12 newest cases were reported from February 25 to March 3, according to the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services . Mission Health urges community members who become ill with symptoms of the flu to contact their primary care provider, seek care at a walk-in clinic like Mission My Care Now, conduct an online visit with a doctor or visit a nearby urgent care facility.
  • Why we passed NFIU bill - Saraki

    Why we passed NFIU bill - Saraki

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    The National Assembly yesterday passed into law the bill aimed at establishing the Nigeria Financial Intelligence Unit (NFIU) in line with global best practices. On Sunday, Senate President Bukola Saraki hinted that the house of representatives would pass the bill this week. "I hope that by this conference report, they (Egmont) will have a second view and readmit us into the process".
  • FIFAWorld Cup trophy arrives Nigeria on Wednesday

    FIFAWorld Cup trophy arrives Nigeria on Wednesday

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    President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday received the FIFA World Cup trophy to be competed for by qualified nations in Russian Federation 2018. Godfrey Gaiya were all present at the occasion. "We are proud of you and the team to the Bobsleigh Winter Olympics in South Korea, " he said. This was what happened when Coca-Cola brought the coveted trophy to Nigeria.
  • Truck spills 60000 pounds of Busch beer onto Florida interstate

    Truck spills 60000 pounds of Busch beer onto Florida interstate

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    He was cited for careless driving . The load of beer was spilled on Interstate 10 in Okaloosa County near exit 45, according to the Okaloosa County Sheriff. An estimated 60,000 pounds of canned Busch beer then spilled out from the trailer. Powell suffered minor injuries in the crash but was not hospitalized for his injuries.
  • Florida Senate Passes Measure To Arm School Staff, Not Teachers

    Florida Senate Passes Measure To Arm School Staff, Not Teachers

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    And it creates a commission to make recommendations on school safety . Lawmakers are scrambling to take some kind of action before the annual session ends Friday. Jeff Xavier, a survivor of the Pulse attack, was hoping the legislation would include a ban on assault rifles. "That is not going to solve it and I think that it's hard for us to stand here and not be angry", said Hobson.
  • Non-stop flights announced from RIC to Nashville

    Non-stop flights announced from RIC to Nashville

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    Beginning June 6, two routes into Myrtle Beach come from Flint, Michigan, ($58 fare) and Louisville Kentucky ($52 fare). Service to Nashville begins June 8 with fares as low as $47. Representatives said these prices will not be available for all flights. Starting May 30, the new route will operate twice a week, year-round. The Charlotte County Airport Authority (CCAA) agrees that Nashville is an excellent destination to add to Allegiant's growing number of non-stop routes from Punta Gorda.
  • Not good enough: Prescription opioids fail new rigorous test for chronic pain

    Not good enough: Prescription opioids fail new rigorous test for chronic pain

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    Krebs, MD, MPH , of the Minneapolis VA Health Care System and the University of Minnesota, told Healio Rheumatology . For many people with chronic pain, opioids can seem like the difference between a full life or one lived in agony. "No deaths, "doctor-shopping" [when a patient visits multiple doctors to get a prescription], diversion, or opioid use disorder diagnoses were detected", they reported.
  • Flu death toll in DE increases to 28, ties record high

    Flu death toll in DE increases to 28, ties record high

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    Alicia Fry, who works in the influenza division at the CDC, said Friday, according to NPR. "So, no; at this point we have not seen the downturn". She tells WDET's Laura Weber-Davis she is cautiously optimistic the worse of this particularly risky strain of the flu could be behind us, now that the weather is beginning to warm up and people are spending less time cooped up in offices and close quarters.
  • CDC report maps ongoing opioid epidemic in the USA

    CDC report maps ongoing opioid epidemic in the USA

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    Opioid overdoses increased for men and women, all age groups, and all regions, but varied by state, with rural/urban differences. Significant increases in all states reporting in the Midwest, including Wisconsin (109 percent), IL (66 percent), in (35 percent), OH (28 percent), and Missouri (21 percent).
  • Preparing for severe weather: Never too early

    Preparing for severe weather: Never too early

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    There will not be an evening exercise this year. A tornado drill today underscores the need for Twin Counties residents to be prepared for severe weather that can strike with little to no warning this spring. "Each family member should know the phone number of the emergency contact person and call to alert them they are safe and where they are going to be", said Sage.
  • Trump To Meet ESA For

    Trump To Meet ESA For "Fact-Based Conversation"

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    President Trump announced that he was to meet with video game industry experts in the wake of Parkland , Florida's terrible school shooting . White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders was questioned over this statement and said, "I don't think it's necessarily about bending to his will, I think it's about an ongoing discussion about the best pieces of legislation that they can put forward".
  • We are not going to shortchange anybody - Tiger Brands

    We are not going to shortchange anybody - Tiger Brands

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    This after the Minister of Health linked the deadly listeriosis outbreak, which has lead to the death of 180 people, to Enterprise polony. This development is likely to compromise our member's health and affect processing of food products at the mentioned companies.
  • FDA authorizes first direct-to-consumer test on breast cancer gene mutations

    FDA authorizes first direct-to-consumer test on breast cancer gene mutations

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    What it does: The test, which will be available through 23andMe's $199 health and ancestry service, reports three genetic variants found on the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes that are most common in people of Ashkenazi Jewish descent. Such decisions require confirmatory testing and genetic counseling. And FDA warned that the tests, which work by analyzing saliva samples, carry significant risks for individuals if they are used without consulting a doctor or genetic counselor.
  • Hyd: Man chops off teenage son's hand over porn addiction

    Hyd: Man chops off teenage son's hand over porn addiction

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    Khaled would watch movies late at night at a stretch, "making" his father outraged up to a point, that he slashed his son's right wrist with a butcher's knife. An enraged Qaiyoom chopped off his son's hand from the wrist. However later that night, he continued to surf his phone without obeying his father.That was the proverbial last straw for Qayyum who used a butcher's knife to cut off his son's right hand on early Monday morning.
  • Food calorie cut can prevent 35000 premature deaths

    Food calorie cut can prevent 35000 premature deaths

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    Health campaigners and an industry federation have welcomed the move, but one critic from a free-market think tank accused PHE of being "nanny state zealots". "In particular the creep in portion sizes we've seen over the last 40 years; our food portions, particularly pizzas and hamburgers, are simply much bigger than they were in our parent's time.
  • PNB scam: SFIO calls top private bankers

    PNB scam: SFIO calls top private bankers

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    As part of the agency's probe against the two accused and their group of companies, the ED said it has till now has conducted 198 searches across the country leading to the "seizure" of gold, diamond, platinum, silver, precious and semi-precious stones, jewellery and watches of "stock value" of more than Rs 6200 crore.
  • Teens Who Use E-Cigarettes Exposed To Toxic Chemicals

    Teens Who Use E-Cigarettes Exposed To Toxic Chemicals

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    But on top of that, there hasn't been a ton of research done on how damaging they can be to kids with or without nicotine - until now. This is the first study to assess the chemicals in e-cigarettes among adolescent use, highlighting the need to warn teenagers that there is not much known about the possible negative health risks associated with e-cigarettes.
  • Veteran actress Shammi, who acted in several Bollywood movies, dead

    Veteran actress Shammi, who acted in several Bollywood movies, dead

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    A long suffered illness, age. "Sad. slowly slowly they all go away", Amitabh, who has "fond remembrances" for her, tweeted. Shammi is best remembered as Nani from the popular TV sitcom of the 90s Dekh Bhai Dekh . Sandeep Khosla shared a photograph of Shammi aunty on Instagram and wrote: "wewillmissyou #you #will#always #remain #special #to #us #RIP#ShammiAunty #1929-2018 #loveyou#abujanisandeepkhosla #bestfriend #guide#family (sic)".
  • Kenya doctors performs brain surgery on wrong patient

    Kenya doctors performs brain surgery on wrong patient

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    As per sources, hundreds of doctors at the institution which is affiliated with Kenya's health ministry are protesting the suspension by not working in the workplace. Instead, he said in a press statement, both patients have "made remarkable improvement". The misdirected brain surgery is the latest in a string of controversies for the Kenyan hospital, including a probe into whether new mothers were being sexually assaulted at the facility.
  • Netflix will let parents block individual movies and shows

    Netflix will let parents block individual movies and shows

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    Today, Netflix has said whey will begin rolling out some improvements to its parental control tools to make content access more granular and more transparent, helping parents better manage what they want their kids to see. As for Netflix , it says that these updates will be released globally in the "coming months" and will apply to many devices. The changes are notable in light of Disney's planned entry in the streaming market in 2019, when it will launch a Netflix competitor, ...
  • Rate of USA children hospitalized for opioid poisoning, overdoses doubles

    Rate of USA children hospitalized for opioid poisoning, overdoses doubles

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    Kane wrote. In addition, 37 percent of the young patients had to be put on mechanical ventilators and more than a fifth required medication to prevent cardiac arrest, the researchers found. Jason Kane , the lead author and an associate pediatrics professor at the University of Chicago and Comer Children's Hospital. "I don't think they're doing enough to tell patients who are using opioids either by prescription or to wean from their opioid problems the possible consequences of having those ...
  • The Oscars pay homage to 'Time's Up' movement

    The Oscars pay homage to 'Time's Up' movement

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    She said hopes the next 90 years of cinema will be defined by "equality, diversity inclusivity, intersectionality". When Jimmy Kimmel kicked off this year's Oscars , he promised a "night of positivity" during his opening monologue. The issue of sexual harassment has hovered over the film industry for months. Sorvino also alleged that Weinstein met her in his hotel room where he massaged her shoulders and chased her around his room, while Sciorra, an Italian-American actress, alleged ...
  • Around 4500 homes without water as pipes burst

    Around 4500 homes without water as pipes burst

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    People are being asked to check their own pipes for bursts, particularly outside taps which are vulnerable to freezing temperatures. Distribution sites have been set up in London for customers to collect bottled water. "We are putting as much extra water as we can into our local networks and fixing leaks and bursts as quickly as possible", it said. They urged those who still had access to avoid all but essential water use.
  • Why South Africa is recalling meat products

    Why South Africa is recalling meat products

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    Authorities have identified a meat product called "polony", from the Enterprise Food-Production facility in Polokwane in South Africa , as the cause of the listeria outbreak, Motsoaledi said. Johannesburg - The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) has urged the Department of Basic Education to ensure that food sold to pupils does not contain ingredients such as polony, after the announcement on Sunday of the source of the listeriosis outbreak.
  • Execute drug dealers to solve opioid crisis

    Execute drug dealers to solve opioid crisis

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    Trump also held out the possibility of initiating federal lawsuits against opioid makers and distributors. The White House has indicated it would favor new rules to provide prisoners with more opportunities once they are no longer incarcerated, but has declined to back changes that would reduce mandatory minimums for drug offenders.
  • Razzies 2018: 7 Winners That Make No Sense

    Razzies 2018: 7 Winners That Make No Sense

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    It also claimed Worst Director ( Anthony Leondis ), Worst Screenplay (Leondis, Eric Siegel and Mike White ) and Worst Screen Combo (any two obnoxious emojis). Tyler Perry , a perennial Razzie punching bag, took home the worst actress raspberry for his popular drag character Madea in Boo 2: A Medea Halloween .
  • Penn State TE Mike Gesicki impresses at combine

    Penn State TE Mike Gesicki impresses at combine

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    Combined with his 29 repetitions (at 225 pounds) in the bench press , Barkley compiled a complete body of testing, particularly for a 233-pound running back . Barkley will spend the coming weeks working out individually for several teams - including the Giants and Jets, who have the sixth overall pick - and where he will end up remains uncertain.
  • Boney Kapoor reveals details about Sridevi's last moments with him

    Boney Kapoor reveals details about Sridevi's last moments with him

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    It is noted in the blog that Sridevi may have fallen asleep as she didn't appear to have struggled as no water had splashed out of the bath. Like her family, even we will miss Sridevi . The plan was to surprise her in her room at the Jumeirah Emirates Tower Hotel, the blog read. Since the event in Dubai is for a noble cause, it drew her.
  • Preds Featured In New Carrie Underwood Music Video

    Preds Featured In New Carrie Underwood Music Video

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    In the video, directed by Jimmy Lynch, shots of Underwood in the studio are interspersed with footage from major historical moments including the moon landing, the Selma March and the #MeToo movement. Underwood recently overcame a lot personally, receiving 40 stitches in her face after a fall in her home. The song has inspired the hashtag #TheChampion and they are sharing their own champion-inspired photos and videos across social media.
  • South Africa traces deadly listeria to sausage meat, issues recall

    South Africa traces deadly listeria to sausage meat, issues recall

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    Nine young children were hospitalised with with febrile gastro-enteritis. "In addition, as a precaution, Pick n Pay branded chicken polony, manufactured by Rainbow, is also being withdrawn". The Enterprise food production facility in Polokwane in Limpopo has been identified as the source of the current listeriosis outbreak, he told journalists at a media briefing in Johannesburg.