• Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez points to spending gap after Everton defeat

    Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez points to spending gap after Everton defeat

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    Rafa Benitez said Newcastle should not have expected to beat Everton , given the difference in transfer spending between the two clubs. Kick off on Merseyside is at 8 o'clock. You can knock some of the passing that goes astray buy you can't knock me for that, I don't pass the ball. Jack's mother, Michelle Wignall, a WellChild ambassador, said: "Having the support from the fantastic team at WellChild, from Esther our dedicated WellChild Nurse.
  • People Traveling to MI are Advised to Get the Hepatitis A Vaccine

    People Traveling to MI are Advised to Get the Hepatitis A Vaccine

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    Kentucky and MI have reported significant outbreaks of hepatitis A , a highly contagious viral infection of the liver. Hepatitis A cases are on the rise across the country and in Indiana . Officials say washing your hands is key to preventing yourself from becoming infected. Symptoms of hepatitis A vary and may include loss of appetite, nausea, fatigue, fever, stomachache, dark (cola) colored urine and light colored stools.
  • Rawlings distances himself from Buhari 'lazy youth' comment

    Rawlings distances himself from Buhari 'lazy youth' comment

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    He said "the youths" and by definition, the OECD (Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development) puts the working population of a country between age 15-60 using employment as a basic indicator, invariably, The President is referring to this age range of persons as youths or may be the Presidency would come up with their own definition of the Nigerian youth.
  • Riess to be tried in Florida first

    Riess to be tried in Florida first

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    Authorities there have promised to prosecute Riess to the fullest extent of the law, and may seek the death penalty. Lois Riess, who is suspected of killing her husband in Blooming Prairie and a woman in Florida two weeks later, will first face charges in Florida.
  • Coli Warning now Involves all Romaine

    Coli Warning now Involves all Romaine

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    CBS reports that several of the people infected with E.Coli have already filed lawsuits against restaurant corporations that served them contaminated romaine. Consumers became ill after eating heads of romaine lettuce from the Yuma growing area, according to the CDC. Illnesses include 12 cases in Pennsylvania, 10 cases in Idaho, seven cases in New Jersey, six cases in Montana, three cases in Arizona, two each in Connecticut, Michigan, New York and OH, and one case each in Alaska, ...
  • Study finds artificial sweeteners linked to diabetes, obesity

    Study finds artificial sweeteners linked to diabetes, obesity

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    In the end, all the rats exhibited biochemical changes in their blood that are often seen as precursors to diabetes and obesity. The study speculates a disconnect between how much energy the body thinks it is metabolising, and how much energy it actually is metabolising, may cause cells to seek energy from alternate sources like the protein found in muscle tissue.
  • Websites and Apps For Online Live Streaming Of The Match

    Websites and Apps For Online Live Streaming Of The Match

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    Gambhir's team would have suffered one of the worst defeats against Bangalore if Shreyas Iyer (52) and Pant (85) had not shown some resistance. Arguably, the cricketer most or all of the teams fear would be that of the "Universal Boss", Chris Gayle.
  • Chief Justice Should Consider Recusal From Judicial Work: Congress

    Chief Justice Should Consider Recusal From Judicial Work: Congress

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    It is an attempt to intimidate a Judge and send a message to other Judges, that if you don't agree with us, fifty MP's are enough for a revenge action. Another charge is of listing the petition against the Prasad Education Trust before himself, even when he was heading the Constitution bench, and doing so was against the convention.
  • Boko Haram: Four insurgents killed, three soldiers, two vigilante died in Borno

    Boko Haram: Four insurgents killed, three soldiers, two vigilante died in Borno

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    The terrorists invaded the mosque located at Bama Dina area of Shehuri /Mairi/ Hausari ward of Bama Local Government Area of Borno state, in the early hours of Sunday during prayers. "They detonated their Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs), killing themselves and two persons". "The Borno State Police Command had deployed men of the PMF and EOD personnel to render the area safe and return to normalcy".
  • Racing to face Leinster in European final

    Racing to face Leinster in European final

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    The France scrum-half converted and added another three points from the tee after the Racing pack earned a penalty following a powerful maul as the Munster forwards struggled to cope with the fired-up Parisians. Munster's tackling was especially poor during that period. The France global could have had his hat-trick four minutes later but opted to pass to Machenaud after he had crossed the tryline.
  • Saudi-led coalition air raid kills 20 Yemeni civilians: residents

    Saudi-led coalition air raid kills 20 Yemeni civilians: residents

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    Yemen's dominant Houthi movement said its air defense forces shot down a USA -made fighter drone on Wednesday in the Yemeni Red Sea port city of Hodeidah. Houthi fighters killed two people, including a woman, and wounded four others on Friday in an attack north of Taiz, residents and medical sources said.
  • Bono Receives Leadership Award From George W. Bush

    Bono Receives Leadership Award From George W. Bush

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    According to the Associated Press, Bush presented Bono with the award in recognition for his work fighting global poverty and AIDS. "I'm here to honor your leadership on the greatest health intervention in the history of medicine", Bono told the president in a streamed discussion of the award.
  • UN Syria envoy: Syria needs both military and political de-escalation

    UN Syria envoy: Syria needs both military and political de-escalation

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    Mr Lavrov said President Trump offered to visit Russian Federation in return. The administration's attempts to roll back Haley's Sunday comments rippled across Washington , and White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow's comment that "there might have been some momentary confusion" from the United Nations ambassador prompted a sharp rebuttal.
  • More hot weather forecast for Friday as April sizzles

    More hot weather forecast for Friday as April sizzles

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    Hail and thunderstorms are due to hit parts of the United Kingdom over the weekend as the warm weather meets more unstable conditions. Meteorologist Alex Burkill said: "There's a fairly good chance of 28C, there's about a 60% chance". A high of 25C (77F) was recorded yesterday afternoon in Gravesend, Kent, and St James's Park in London - with the summer-like temperatures putting the likes of Athens and Rome in the shade.
  • Coli outbreak warning extended to all types of romaine lettuce products

    Coli outbreak warning extended to all types of romaine lettuce products

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    The CDC had originally traced the outbreak - which has sickened at least 53 people across 16 states - specifically to chopped romaine lettuce grown in the Yuma, Ariz., region. Illnesses started on dates ranging from March 13 to April 6 and affected people 10 to 85 years old, the CDC reported Wednesday. So far, the Montana E.
  • IPL 2018 Preview RCB vs DD: Daredevils hurdle for struggling RCB

    IPL 2018 Preview RCB vs DD: Daredevils hurdle for struggling RCB

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    While pacers Chris Woakes and Umesh Yadav have been picking up wickets consistently, it has been their spin duo of Yuzvendra Chahal and Washington Sundar , who have failed to make an impact with the ball. RCB captain Virat Kohli and DD captain Gautam Gambhir . What's really interesting about this match will be that both teams will try to climb up the ladder rather than stick to the bottom.
  • Amit Shah asks Congress to apologise for 'defaming Hindu religion'

    Amit Shah asks Congress to apologise for 'defaming Hindu religion'

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    Amit Shah also used the dias to corner the Congress over the 2007 Hyderabad Mecca Masjid blast case , saying Congress chief Rahul Gandhi and his leaders tried to "defame" the Hindus in terror cases. Referring to BJP leaders' visits to the kin of slain Hindu activists, ignoring tragedy stricken people of another community in Dakshina Kannada district, Siddaramaiah said, "if they really cared for values, why didn't they visit the houses of the Muslim youths, who were killed in the same ...
  • Davis-Rea LTD Cut Holding in Celgene Corp (CELG) by $3.79 Million

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    Maryland has invested 1.48% in Celgene Corporation (NASDAQ: CELG ). The stock increased 9.73% or $0.11 during the last trading session, reaching $1.24. (NYSE:CRCM) for 13,166 shares. Carlson Capital holds 0.12% of its portfolio in Facebook, Inc. Aldebaran Fincl invested in 0.89% or 7,696 shares. (NASDAQ:AMZN).
  • Myanmar evicts family of officer who testified on entrapment — Reuters journalists row

    Myanmar evicts family of officer who testified on entrapment — Reuters journalists row

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    The reporters, Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo, have been detained since Dec.12 on charges of violating the colonial-era Official Secrets Act. The witness, a deputy police captain who has himself been detained since December in connection with the Reuters journalists' case, said the defendants had been entrapped at the instruction of Police Brigadier-General Tin Ko Ko, whom he claimed had been the one to supply the secret documents at the centre of the case.
  • Bharat Ane Nenu Day 1 collections mark Mahesh Babu's career-best opening

    Bharat Ane Nenu Day 1 collections mark Mahesh Babu's career-best opening

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    The political drama that was expected to earn around Rs 50 crore on its opening day (worldwide ), has instead fetched an approximate figure of Rs 55 crore at the WW box office. "Friday A$ 168,194 [Rs 85.45 lakhs] / 35 locations Well begun is half done", [sic] tweeted trade analyst, Taran Adarsh. With the film being released in 45 foreign countries, Bharat Ane Nenu has also become actotr Mahesh Babu's biggest global release till date.
  • Health workers' demands, strike envy-driven - NMA

    Health workers' demands, strike envy-driven - NMA

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    Obisesan Oluwatuyi, General Secretary of the Nigerian Union of Allied Health Professionals, disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Wednesday in Abuja. "At the expiration of the 21 days' notice, the leadership of JOHESU reconvened to re-appraise the situation on the ground and noted the lackadaisical attitude of the government toward the implementation of the Memorandum of Terms of Settlement signed on September 30".
  • Guggenheim Capital LLC Acquires 19211 Shares of Las Vegas Sands (LVS)

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    The stock price soared 0.15% in three months and jumped 18.50% for the last six months trading period. Las Vegas Sands Corp . It is down 26.54% since April 19, 2017 and is uptrending. Finally, Barclays upped their price objective on shares of Las Vegas Sands to $85.00 and gave the stock an "overweight" rating in a report on Thursday, January 25th.
  • Bengaluru FC lifts first ever Super Cup by thrashing East Bengal

    Bengaluru FC lifts first ever Super Cup by thrashing East Bengal

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    In the 28th minute, East Bengal took the lead when off their fourth corner fisted away by Gurpreet Sandhu, Kromah pulled off a lobbed back volley that went in despite Erik Partalau's desperate attempt to keep it out. Bhowmick feels that the red card and the penalty made it hard for East Bengal to come back into the game. The pressure finally came to breaking point as Gurwinder Singh was adjudged to have handled the ball in the box thus earning Bengaluru FC a penalty.
  • Anushka Sharma is a 'stunner' for husband Virat Kohli

    Anushka Sharma is a 'stunner' for husband Virat Kohli

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    The couple looks like a monochromatic dream with Anushka seen in a black dress and Virat in a crisp white shirt. He captioned the picture as "Such a stunner, Love of my life!" She plans to celebrate her birthday with a group of close friends and family in Bangalore itself as she takes the time to relax before returning to the sets of her upcoming Zero .
  • New Zealand try to delay Brad Shields from joining England tour

    New Zealand try to delay Brad Shields from joining England tour

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    New Zealand Rugby has poured cold water on the idea that Brad Shields could play for England against the Springboks in June while still being on the Hurricanes' books. Tew did state that any objection to Shield's release would be based upon the board's desire to protect the integrity of the Super Rugby competition.
  • Takeda takes fourth shot at landing Shire takeover

    Takeda takes fourth shot at landing Shire takeover

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    It continued: "On completion of the proposed acquisition, Shire shareholders would hold a very meaningful stake in a leading global biopharmaceutical company and benefit from the material synergies expected to be derived from the acquisition".
  • The Final Season Of 'Game Of Thrones' Adds Eight New Characters

    The Final Season Of 'Game Of Thrones' Adds Eight New Characters

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    A series that only grows more covert as the years pass, and more watched despite the insane amount of leaks, the HBO flagship doesn't even offer critics early glimpses anymore. For everyone else, there is the frankly adorable video below where Clarke mounts an irresistible charm offensive as a star with not almost as much clout or Khaleesi-like command of subordinates as she would hope.
  • Head injuries can raise risk of Parkinson's disease, study reveals

    Head injuries can raise risk of Parkinson's disease, study reveals

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    A total of 1,462 were diagnosed with Parkinson's within 12 years of the start of the study. Of those, 949 had previously had a traumatic brain injury. "Even in this study, the vast majority of veterans with traumatic brain injury did not develop Parkinson's", Gardner said, adding that the the study helps connect the dots between head injury and Parkinson's.
  • Opioid Prescribing Fell 13 Percent In Maine Last Year

    Opioid Prescribing Fell 13 Percent In Maine Last Year

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    Declines topped 10 percent in 18 states, including in the New England area as well as in West Virginia and Pennsylvania. 'We're at a really critical moment in the country when everybody's paying attention to this issue, ' said Michael Kleinrock, the institute's research director.
  • Trump taunts Russian Federation, says United States military response coming in Syria

    Trump taunts Russian Federation, says United States military response coming in Syria

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    For days, Mr Trump has been sharpening his rhetoric against Syria and its backers, Russian Federation and Iran , calling Mr Assad an " animal" on Sunday. Could be very soon or not so soon at all! The officials declined to comment further and it was not clear whether the Syrian actions would affect United States military planning for potential action against Syria over a suspected poison gas attack.
  • CDC tells consumers to throw out romaine lettuce amid outbreak

    CDC tells consumers to throw out romaine lettuce amid outbreak

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    With the additional seven illnesses, that national number is now at 60: Pennsylvania, 12; Idaho, 10; Alaska, 8; New Jersey, 7; Montana, 6; Arizona, 3; New York, Connecticut, Ohio, Michigan, 2 each; California, Virgina, Washington, Illinois, Missiouri, Louisiana, one each.
  • AB de Villiers and Virat Kohli: Cricket's Federer and Nadal?

    AB de Villiers and Virat Kohli: Cricket's Federer and Nadal?

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    The all-important series will see India play England in three Twenty20 matches, three ODIs and five Tests. Dilip Vengsarkar, who was the chief of selectors during that period, recently revealed his decision to pick Kohli over Chennai's Subramaniam Badrinath brought his tenure to an abrupt end .
  • 100s of refugees set to return to Syria from Lebanon

    100s of refugees set to return to Syria from Lebanon

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    Buses transporting the refugees from the town of Shebaa south of Lebanon crossed the Jdaidet Yabous border point into Syria on Wednesday evening. She said the refugees said they were returning to Syria because living conditions in Lebanon were hard and they wanted to reunite with family.
  • No objection to hand over Kathua case to CBI: Jitendra Singh

    No objection to hand over Kathua case to CBI: Jitendra Singh

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    However, he maintained PM Modi's failure to speak on rape cases, earlier, sent the wrong message that government wasn't serious about taking a stern action. Akhtar urged the students to attend their classes instead of protesting on the streets. He said, "It was a long pending demand of this region which has been met by the Central Government headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi", he said and added that Jammu and Kashmir has huge herbal medicinal potential and Central Government will tap it ...
  • Extra-large spleens help Indonesian 'fish people' tribe dive to 200 feet

    Extra-large spleens help Indonesian 'fish people' tribe dive to 200 feet

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    The genetic variant they identified wasn't specific to the Bajau, Ilardo said, and there could be many other genes that affect spleen size. "For possibly thousands of years, [they] have been living on house boats, travelling from place to place in the waters of South-East Asia and visiting land only occasionally".
  • Magnitude 3.6 quake centered in Canada shakes Detroit

    Magnitude 3.6 quake centered in Canada shakes Detroit

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    FOX 2 viewer Tonya Spears said in Harper Woods she was watching TV when it hit. "I live close to I-94, so I thought it was a truck maybe on 94, but then it kept going, and the house started shaking". The earthquake's center was across the Detroit River from the city of Detroit . So far police in both MI and Canada are saying there are no reports of damage or injuries.
  • Beijing wants India-Nepal-China economic corridor

    Beijing wants India-Nepal-China economic corridor

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    In 2016 Nepal's then prime minister, KP. If we develop such connectivity networks, there could be a prospect for a trilateral economic corridor. "China and Nepal have agreed to a long-term vision of multi-dimensional cross-Himalaya connectivity network".