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The symptoms, which include dizziness, headaches and nausea, have been found in 10 of the 27 Canadian personnel and family members that initially received medical testing, a senior government official said. Canada has also received information from Canadian and American medical specialists that raised concerns of a possible type of acquired brain injury, the official said, while initial theories of a sonic attack first raised by United States officials a year ago or mass psychosomatic causes ...
  • Center Coast Capital Advisors LP Stake In Mplx LP (MPLX) Was Decreased

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    Its stake in Nustar Gp Holdings Llc (NYSE:NSH) was upped by 1.19 million shares to 2.37 million shares valued at $37.15 million in 2017Q4, according to the filing. Franklin Resources Inc. decreased its holdings in Mplx Lp (NYSE:MPLX) by 63.4% in the 4th quarter, according to its most recent Form 13F filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission.
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    CSX's (CSX) "Hold" Rating Setd at Loop Capital

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    Tiger Eye Capital Llc decreased Csx Corp ( CSX ) stake by 89.04% reported in 2017Q4 SEC filing. Tudor Investment Corp Et Al bought 93,582 shares as the company's stock declined 0.55% with the market. Shelton Mngmt holds 0.47% or 41,488 shares in its portfolio. (NYSE:GWW) for 59,492 shares. Meeder Asset Mngmt owns 3,646 shs. Gateway Invest Advisers Limited Liability invested in 0.33% or 714,218 shares.
  • LeBron James Shrugs Off Game 1 Loss to the Pacers

    LeBron James Shrugs Off Game 1 Loss to the Pacers

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    Love didn't score in either quarter, and not coincidentally the Cavs were outscored 58-29 over those 24 minutes. Yes, bigger than rallying from down 3-1 to beat the Warriors . Instead, Cleveland's secondary source of points came from J.R. Smith's 15 off the bench. But despite their insistence that it was just another game, it's worth pausing on what IN was able to accomplish with its wire-to-wire victory over Cleveland.
  • Explosion outside Indian Embassy in Nepal

    Explosion outside Indian Embassy in Nepal

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    The explosion took place around 8 pm last evening and caused a hole of around 1 foot by 1.5 feet in the compound wall towards the secluded rear of the office building complex, sources said. "No one has been injured in the incident", Kumar said. The blast has caused major damage to the wall, he said. Moreover, the party had called a general strike on Monday at Biratnagar , which is the industrial capital of the country and is situated 6 km away from the north of the border of Bihar.
  • President in London to attend CHOGM

    President in London to attend CHOGM

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    Ahead of the formal Heads of Government Meeting on Thursday and Friday, there will be three days of forums on Business, Women, People and Youth. The President will attend a series of meetings scheduled to be until April 20 including meetings with British Prime Minister Theresa May, Commonwealth Secretary General Patricia Scotland and have bilateral talks.
  • Day after audio leak, college teacher detained for 'luring' girl students

    Day after audio leak, college teacher detained for 'luring' girl students

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    As the issue led to an outrage with the lecturer's remarks being perceived as suggestion of sexual favour, the Tamil Nadu government and opposition parties lashed out at her. The teacher assures that bank account would be opened in their names and the amount due for them would be deposited in it. "The higher official I am referring to is not the governor, the old man, but someone of that stature", she said.
  • Three Area School District Budgets Go Before Boards Of Education Tonight

    Three Area School District Budgets Go Before Boards Of Education Tonight

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    The tax levy increase is 2%. "Everybody who works in that building should be questioned". The announcement comes after an incident in March where Nybladh raised his voice at employees. A violation of the Open Meeting Act is a misdemeanor offense. Born in Farmington and raised Hobbs and Odessa because of her father's occupation in the oilfield, McIlroy said she and her husband Marty have a deep and thorough understanding and love for New Mexico because they are products of the southeast.
  • Facebook to faces class-action suit over facial recognition

    Facebook to faces class-action suit over facial recognition

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    Judge James Donato ruled the claims by IL residents Nimesh Patel, Adam Pezen, and Carlo Licata were "sufficiently cohesive to allow for a fair and efficient resolution on a class basis". presidential election. The lawsuit claims Facebook gathered biometric information without the explicit consent of its users. The class will consist of Facebook users in IL for whom Facebook created and stored facial recognition algorithms after June 7, 2011, Judge Donato ruled.
  • Technical Roundup on 2 Stocks: Regions Financial Corporation (RF), Macy's, Inc

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    The stock traded with the volume of 10.46 Million shares yesterday. The stock of Regions Financial Corporation (NYSE:RF) earned "Equal-Weight" rating by Morgan Stanley on Friday , February 2. Therefore 26% are positive. 30 are the (NYSE:RF)'s analyst reports since October 24, 2017 according to StockzIntelligence Inc. Keefe Bruyette & Woods maintained Bank of Hawaii Corporation (NYSE:BOH) on Monday, October 23 with "Hold" rating.
  • Clarence Street home raided in child-porn bust

    Clarence Street home raided in child-porn bust

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    Riley, who is being held without bond, will make an appearance in federal court at 1:30 p.m. today for a scheduled preliminary examination and detention hearing, court records show. A local man pleaded guilty to child porn charges on Monday. A search warrant also was served in the 8000 block of Autumn Leaf Drive in Rancho Cucamonga in connection with the investigation, police said.
  • Rays' Kiermaier to miss 8-12 weeks

    Rays' Kiermaier to miss 8-12 weeks

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    Right-handed reliever Chih-Wei Hu has been called up in his place. The Rays have been in this position before, each of the last two years actually, waiting for test results but expecting bad news regarding an injury to centerfielder Kevin Kiermaier .
  • Thug Granny Attacks A Black Woman Who Is A Solider And Pregnant

    Thug Granny Attacks A Black Woman Who Is A Solider And Pregnant

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    Riess is believed to be driving Hutchinson's auto, a white Acura TL with Florida license plate Y37TAA. She also faces murder and theft charges in Minnesota after withdrawing $11,000 from her husband's bank account by forging his signatures on checks, the Star Tribune reported.
  • Balochistan: 2 Christians Killed in Pakistan Shooting

    Balochistan: 2 Christians Killed in Pakistan Shooting

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    At least two people were killed and five others wounded when unidentified men opened fire on worshippers exiting a church after the Sunday service in Quetta, media reports said today. The assailants managed to flee the scene, the police said. Last December, nine people were killed and 30 injured in a suicide attack on the Bethel Memorial Methodist Church on Quetta's Zarghoon Road.
  • Syrian air defences shoot down missiles over two air bases

    Syrian air defences shoot down missiles over two air bases

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    No country has yet claimed the attack after midnight but United States officials recently said that Washington wasn't planning another strike after the missile strike on Saturday. Israel has long said Iran was expanding its influence in a belt of territory that stretches from the Iraqi border to the Lebanese border, where Israel says Iran supplies Hezbollah with arms.
  • 'Russia may have tampered with chemical attack site'

    'Russia may have tampered with chemical attack site'

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    British Prime Minister Theresa May and French President Emmanuel Macron were both due to face their respective legislatures later in the day over their decision to join the USA in launching missiles at suspected chemical weapons sites in Syria , in an attempt to punish the Bashar al-Assad regime.
  • Increasing clouds, slight wind and a high of 73 in Boulder today

    Increasing clouds, slight wind and a high of 73 in Boulder today

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    The newest update for your First Alert weather app will allow you to customize individual alerts, including severe thunderstorm, tornado, and flooding. Sunny weather continues for the first half of the work week with daytime highs in the lower 80s. We'll have a clear and starry sky overnight, and as the wind dies down, a quick drop in temperatures.
  • RPD Arrests Armed Robbery Suspects

    RPD Arrests Armed Robbery Suspects

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    Pasadena police Lt. Jesse Carrillo says the incident happened at around 1:30 p.m. Saturday at a U.S. Bank branch inside a Vons supermarket in the 2300 block of East Colorado Boulevard in Pasadena. a man with a gun walked into a business on Rochdale Boulevard, just west of Stockton Street. Aslam Khan said that all the accused - Vishal Sonkar (23), Nikhil Saxena (19) and Puneet (24) - lived in the same locality and took to crime to make quick money to buy a auto.
  • UK, US warn of Russian cyber attacks

    UK, US warn of Russian cyber attacks

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    Russian Federation has denied involvement, and on Saturday also condemned strikes against Syria by Western powers, which Theresa May on Monday defended in the House of Commons. "A malicious actor with presence on an organization's gateway router has the ability to monitor, modify, and deny traffic to and from the organization".
  • India summons Pak Deputy High Commissioner over 'attempts to raise Khalistan issue'

    India summons Pak Deputy High Commissioner over 'attempts to raise Khalistan issue'

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    The high commissioner emphasizing upon the faithful implementation of the bilateral protocol, said the people from different faiths usually wait and prepare for their religious journeys throughout the year. However, Pakistan had also accused India in March of not granting permission to pilgrims to attend the annual festivities at the Shrine of Hazrat Khawaja Moinuddin Chishti in Ajmer.
  • Pak court halts airing Sharif's speeches for 15 days

    Pak court halts airing Sharif's speeches for 15 days

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    The court directed the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority, or Pemra, to take a call on the petitions filed against the Sharifs within 15 days. He said the bench also dismissed Sharif's petition challenging the jurisdiction of the court in this matter. The Avenfield properties reference is among three filed against Nawaz and his family by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) previous year on the Supreme Court's directives.
  • Colorado teachers to rally at Capitol for school funding

    Colorado teachers to rally at Capitol for school funding

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    The department will call for financial contribution from members of the society to pay the teachers instead of relying exclusively on the Government's payroll, he said. "I'm doing this so that the young teacher, that college student, who's thinking about becoming a teacher, isn't frightened away from this". Dobie served on the Surrey Board of Education from 2011 to 2014, having "spearheaded" the First Nations land acknowledgement protocol and LGBTQ+ inclusion regulation, the release notes, ...
  • Missing Indian family in US: Cops find woman's body in river

    Missing Indian family in US: Cops find woman's body in river

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    Once recovered the body was identified by family members. Allman did not say which of the two children was found. Crews have recovered auto parts and some of their belongings, authorities said. Also located were various personal items that were consistent with a family travelling on vacation. They were reported missing April 8 after failing to show up for a visit with relatives in San Jose.
  • Jerry Brown Rejects Feds' Initial National Guard Border Plans

    Jerry Brown Rejects Feds' Initial National Guard Border Plans

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    Other Republican governors not located on the border have also said they would support the effort with troops including Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds. The state informed federal officials that its troops will not be allowed to fix vehicles, operate remote surveillance equipment, operate radios, or provide other "mission support" to border agents.
  • Police investigating fatal stabbing in London

    Police investigating fatal stabbing in London

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    Dihan was the prime accused in Robin murder case filed with Kotwali Police Station a year ago, police said. The shocking news comes just a day after a woman was slaughtered in Brixton in the latest knife-related bloodshed to rock the city.