• Trump skips South America trip as United States mulls Syria response
Trump skips South America trip as United States mulls Syria response

All of this comes after President Trump tweeted Sunday that " Russia and Iran" were responsible for the chemical attack and wared there would be a big price to pay. Syria's government and its ally Russian Federation have denied the chemical attack took place, but rescuers and medics said that dozens of people, including many women and childr...

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  • Barcelona star to undergo surgery after UEFA Champions League exit
Barcelona star to undergo surgery after UEFA Champions League exit

It's a big disappointment because of the season we were having. "We've seen it a little bit regularly - if you're a heartfelt Barca fan or if you're a Barca planner or if you're their president or indeed their captain, Andres Iniesta - there's an exact similarity to Turin previous year".

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  • Saudi oil tanker hit in Houthi attack off Yemen: coalition
Saudi oil tanker hit in Houthi attack off Yemen: coalition

Saudi-led Arab forces are pitted against the Houthis , who seized control of the Yemeni capital Sana'a in late 2014. European Union naval forces also confirmed the incident, saying there were no casualties. "Forty countries and organizations committed to donate $2.01bn on Tuesday during a pledging event in the Swiss city of Geneva, which was co-ch...

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  • Arrested For Selling Deadly Synthetic Cannabis
Arrested For Selling Deadly Synthetic Cannabis

From 2010 to 2015, the number of poisonings from toxic exposures surged across the United States, revealing 456 cases involving synthetic cannabinoids , according to a Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report . These chemicals are also called cannabinoids due to their similarities to the marijuana plant. That study was published in the New Engl...

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  • Tarrant County Woman Gets 5 Years In Prison for Illegal Voting
Tarrant County Woman Gets 5 Years In Prison for Illegal Voting

District Judge John McBryde". In 2011, Mason pleaded guilty to fraud charges stemming from a tax preparation company that she owned with her husband, according to reports. My son is about to graduate. "That's being honest. I'll never vote again", she told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. "You think I would jeopardize my freedom?" Mason was esc...

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  • Zlatan Ibrahimovic Wonder Strike On Debut For LA Galaxy Is Pure Hollywood
Zlatan Ibrahimovic Wonder Strike On Debut For LA Galaxy Is Pure Hollywood

The Swedish legend came off the bench after 71 minutes and made the biggest impact possible at the StubHub Center. The Swede's second goal in extra time sealed a 4-3 win for his new side. Galaxy are now up to third in the MLS Western Conference after just four matches of the season. Only MLS Cup 1996 - the league's first final, played in a No...

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  • 3 more Mainers die of flu as officials warn of second wave
3 more Mainers die of flu as officials warn of second wave

And that, says the CDC, could be setting the stage for a second wave of misery. In the weekly report on influenza-like illness , only five other states reported high activity in the week of March 11-17. New cases of all strains of the flu have decreased. "Influenza B is usually worse for younger children", he said. Winter is over but flu s...

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  • Florida State inexplicably declines to foul late in game
Florida State inexplicably declines to foul late in game

For a team that needed game-winning jumpers in the final 10 seconds in the first three rounds of the tournament, Kansas State was the lowest seeded team that the Ramblers played in the tournament. Savoy trimmed the Wolverines' lead to 55-52 on a 3-pointer with 1:17 to play. The victor of this game moves on to the Final Four, where it'll play Loyo...

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  • March for Our Lives: Students around the country rally against gun violence
March for Our Lives: Students around the country rally against gun violence

IN high school students protested with signs saying "Protect Kids, Not Guns" as part of the national March for Our Lives event to press for gun control. Counterprotests by gun rights supporters are also expected in cities including Boston, Boise, Salt Lake City and Valparaiso, Ind. Saturday's march is organized by students from Marjory Stoneman...

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  • Pakistan Day reception held in Beijing
Pakistan Day reception held in Beijing

Performance of the UAE military contingent in the Parade was appreciated by all present in the parade ground. Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, Defense Minister Khurram Dastgir Khan, all three services chiefs and Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee and other senior civil-military officials also attended the colourful event held to mark the 78 Paki...

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  • Kyrgyzstan continues to adopt innovations in fight against tuberculosis
Kyrgyzstan continues to adopt innovations in fight against tuberculosis

The theme of the year is "Wanted: Leaders for a TB-free world". Porter also says, most people who are infected with TB are treated for the wrong infection. The European Parliament resolution on the EU's response to HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Hepatitis C, adopted in July 2017 is a significant step but the NGO community is still waiting for a TB, H...

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  • Alzheimer's Disease Will Cost Americans $277 Billion This Year
Alzheimer's Disease Will Cost Americans $277 Billion This Year

The costs are estimated to cross $1.1 trillion by 2050 in 2018 dollars, they write. According to the latest published data from the Alzheimer's Association, 5.7 million Americans are living with Alzheimer's disease today. Forty-one percent of caregivers have a household income of $50,000 a year or less. On the treatment aspect, Ingram said the ...

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  • 'Race 3' poster: Meet Salman Khan as 'selfless' Sikander
'Race 3' poster: Meet Salman Khan as 'selfless' Sikander

Sharing the poster, the actor wrote, "Is hafte milata hoon #Race3 ki family se. mera naam hai Sikander ". His latest action movie " Race 3 " will be filmed at six locations over a span of 35 days. This action flick features some jaw-dropping action sequences performed by Salman Khan himself. Either way, Jacqueline Fernandez seems to be all-new, ...

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  • Larry Page-Backed Company Tests Its New Flying Taxi in New Zealand
Larry Page-Backed Company Tests Its New Flying Taxi in New Zealand

And New Zealand appears pretty keen to have Kitty Hawk flying around its country, presumably because its bored of being known as a nation full of sheep, hills and Hobbiton. According to Kitty Hawk , the Cora has a range of about 60 miles ( 100 kilometers ) on one charge, can travel up to 110 mph (180 km/h), and has an operational altitude betwee...

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  • Fertility clinic disaster may have destroyed thousands of frozen eggs, embryos
Fertility clinic disaster may have destroyed thousands of frozen eggs, embryos

University Hospitals officials have been looking into the issue. They have been moved to another cryo tank at the correct temperature. The fertility clinic reached out to roughly 700 patients to inform them that their frozen eggs and embryos may have been compromised.

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  • Who is Martin Shkreli 'the most hated man in America'?
Who is Martin Shkreli 'the most hated man in America'?

Martin Shkreli told a federal court that he understands his mistakes and begged forgiveness from the investors he lied to, saying, "I am terribly sorry I lost your trust". Turing obtained the manufacturing licence for the anti-parasitic drug Daraprim, raising its price from $13.50 (£10) to $750 (£540) per pill. He continued: "She has great discr...

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  • Cavaliers' Kevin Love opens up about panic attacks, mental health
Cavaliers' Kevin Love opens up about panic attacks, mental health

Kevin Love joined the effort to destigmatize mental illness by sharing a very personal story. But I was certain about one thing: I couldn't bury what had happened and try to move forward. Love has not played since breaking a bone in his left hand on January 30. "Good stuff Kevin Love ", the Australian posted on Twitter. 'Now, at my age, I under...

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  • Increases in Opioid-Involved Overdoses in All Five US Regions — CDC
Increases in Opioid-Involved Overdoses in All Five US Regions — CDC

There were variations in these rates among states in the Northeast and Southeast regions, with some states seeing significant increases and others experiencing nonsignificant decreases . According to the CDC, overdoses kill about five people every hour across the US with the victims totaling 5,400 more in 2016 then the soldiers who died during the...

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  • E-cigarette use predicts current established smoking in teens
E-cigarette use predicts current established smoking in teens

It found that teenagers who smoke tobacco-based cigarettes have the highest levels of cancer- causing chemicals in their bodies. "Have the conversation around what is this, sit down and really look at what it does have in it", Hans said.

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  • Jump In Overdoses Shows Opioid Epidemic Has Worsened
Jump In Overdoses Shows Opioid Epidemic Has Worsened

The most recent numbers available show no signs of slowing down for the US opioid epidemic, with emergency room visits increasing through 2017 in most states, especially in the Midwest, and across all age groups, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ( CDC ) data.

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  • Anxiety as meat poisoning scare hits South Africa
Anxiety as meat poisoning scare hits South Africa

Members of the public are in panic mode after processed meat products have been linked to the recent listeriosis outbreak. As a result of the outbreak, a number of retailers and a franchisor, namely Woolworths , Pick n Pay , Shoprite and South African fast-food chain owner Famous Brands, chose to remove all ready-to-eat meat products from she...

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  • What are the different types of diabetes?
What are the different types of diabetes?

They found different disease profiles were also present in these patients, including three severe and two mild forms of the disease. Type 1 is an autoimmune condition where the body mistakenly attacks the pancreas , stopping it from producing insulin.

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  • Instant Pot recalls multicooker that poses fire hazard but #ThisisnotThisisUs
Instant Pot recalls multicooker that poses fire hazard but #ThisisnotThisisUs

You can find the batch code on the underside of the device. Consumers who purchased an affected multicooker should stop using it immediately and return it to Walmart for a free replacement. According to the CPSC , there have been 107 reports of the multicookers overheating. No injuries were reported. The company is recalling the Gem 65 8-in-1 w...

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  • NK 'providing materials to Syria chem weapons factories'
NK 'providing materials to Syria chem weapons factories'

The New York Times additionally cites an upcoming book by Angelo State University professor and former Defense Intelligence Agency analyst Bruce Bechtol that argues North Korea has been supporting Syria's chemical weapons program since the 1990s.

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  • Transgender wrestler Mack Beggs wins second title
Transgender wrestler Mack Beggs wins second title

Beggs, his family and many of his opponents wanted him to wrestle against male wrestlers, but state sport regulations require athletes to compete according to their birth gender. Texas public high school policy dictates that students must compete under the gender that they were defined as at birequestedAs part of his transition, Beggs has started ...

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  • Texas transgender wrestler competes in state tournament
Texas transgender wrestler competes in state tournament

However, he completes in the girl's division because Texas public high schools require athletes to go by the sex on their birth certificate. A lawsuit was filed against the University Interscholastic League to keep him from competing in the girls' division, but it was unsuccessful.

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  • Chiefs trade Peters, affirming confidence in Kendall Fuller
Chiefs trade Peters, affirming confidence in Kendall Fuller

The deal can not be completed until the start of the new league year on March 14 but the Rams appeared to confirm the deal by posting a picture of a plane ticket from Kansas City International Airport to Los Angeles International Airport. As part of their pending trade with the Redskins, the Chiefs will receive coveted cornerback Kendall Fuller , ...

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  • Colts awarded no compensatory picks in 2018 NFL Draft
Colts awarded no compensatory picks in 2018 NFL Draft

Some notable players the Patriots have selected via compensatory picks in recent drafts include defensive linemen Vincent Valentine and Geneo Grissom, offensive linemen Ted Karras and Cameron Fleming and linebacker Elandon Roberts. All four extra picks will come in the sixth round, with the Raiders receiving the 36th (210th overall), 38th (212th ov...

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  • Stoger: Dortmund were lucky to survive Atalanta scare
Stoger: Dortmund were lucky to survive Atalanta scare

Batshuayi responded on social media to the alleged monkey noises directed at him, taunting Atalanta fans after BVB knocked the home side out of the Europa League . Arsenal held a 3-0 lead from their first leg with Ostersunds, but two first-half goals from the visitors put Arsene Wenger's side under pressure before Sead Kolasinac sealed their progr...

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  • Mark Cuban: Mavericks Employee Misconduct Claims Are 'All New' To Me
Mark Cuban: Mavericks Employee Misconduct Claims Are 'All New' To Me

Allegations ranged from being propositioned by Ussery for sex, inappropriate touching and lewd comments. The head of HR Buddy Pittman has been fired since reports surfaced. A Mavs employee in charge of investigating human resources issues such as these has been suspended pending the conclusion or the Mavs' investigation, according to the stateme...

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