• Buhari couldn't have derided Nigerian youths - Presidency
Buhari couldn't have derided Nigerian youths - Presidency

The President while speaking at the Commonwealth Business Forum in Westminster, London, on Wednesday, said a lot of Nigerian youths do nothing and want everything free, in the notion that the country is an oil-rich nation. It must be stated unequivocally that Nigerian youths will pull their strength together in 2019 to show who the lazy ones are ...

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  • Coli Warning To All Romaine Lettuce
Coli Warning To All Romaine Lettuce

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. The case count includes one of the infected Alaska inmates; the remaining seven cases there will be included when the CDC provides its next count update, which is expected ne...

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  • Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Delhi Daredevils Match Timing Venue TV Details
Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Delhi Daredevils Match Timing Venue TV Details

They keep backing us every game but I must say, whenever you get into that zone that crowd is only a buzz. RCB haven't had the best of starts to their IPL campaign in the ongoing season as they are sitting on the seventh spot with just one win from four matches.

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  • Shire Rejects $60 Billion Bid From Takeda
Shire Rejects $60 Billion Bid From Takeda

Takeda's and Allergan's announcements had threatened to spark a takeover battle for Shire . Shire responded with its own statement saying that the board had considered three separate offers from Takeda , unanimously rejecting them all on the grounds that they "significantly undervalue the company and Shire's growth prospects and pipeline"...

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  • Comey memos on Trump released to Congress
Comey memos on Trump released to Congress

In one previously undisclosed exchange, according to copies of the memos obtained by The New York Times , Trump told Comey that he had reservations about Flynn: "The guy has serious judgment issues". They also questioned his headline-grabbing Trump putdowns over the last week, saying he was "willing to overlook all of the aforementioned ch...

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  • Is this BJP's 'attack plan' against Rahul on the Loya case?
Is this BJP's 'attack plan' against Rahul on the Loya case?

Mr Rai, who was accompanied by Bihar BJP vice president Devesh Kumar, said that Congress party did not stop raising fingers despite the late Judge's family stating that he died of heart attack. The apex court, in its 114-page verdict, took strong note of the submissions of senior lawyers Dushyant Dave , Indira Jaising and activist advocate Pr...

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  • Gujarat HC acquits Maya Kodnani in Naroda Patiya massacre case
Gujarat HC acquits Maya Kodnani in Naroda Patiya massacre case

Babu Bajrangi's conviction has been upheld by the same court. Kodnani punished for a 28-year jail term while Bajrangi was sentenced imprisonment till his last breath. She was sentenced to life by a trial court for inciting the mob to avenge the the burning of train in Godhra. The matter was heard by eight different Division Benches of the Hig...

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  • Louisiana reports E-coli sickness from romaine lettuce
Louisiana reports E-coli sickness from romaine lettuce

The CDC is warning you, if you have bagged, chopped romaine lettuce at home - don't eat it. On a positive note, no deaths have been reported. On Friday, it was reported that 35 people had been sickened in 11 states. The CDC is also putting restaurants on notice, telling all restaurants across the country to ensure their romaine lettuce does not c...

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  • Celebrated doctor Hans Asperger helped Nazis to slaughter autistic children, research claims
Celebrated doctor Hans Asperger helped Nazis to slaughter autistic children, research claims

Another point of view was presented by Canadian expert Anthony Bailey, Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of British Columbia. "The language he employed to diagnose his patients was often remarkably harsh (even in comparison with assessments written by the staff at Vienna's notorious Spiegelgrund "euthanasia" institution...

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  • Australian judge sentences Canadian 'cocaine babe' to 8 years in jail
Australian judge sentences Canadian 'cocaine babe' to 8 years in jail

Melina Roberge , 24, a Canadian , weeped in an Australian courtroom while learning she will serve a minimum four years and nine months in prison, and a maximum eight years, with her earliest release date in May 2021, the New York Post reported .

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  • Bitcoin Mining Hardware Thief Escapes from Prison
Bitcoin Mining Hardware Thief Escapes from Prison

Swedish police have confirmed that their Icelandic counterparts warned them that Stefansson had entered their jurisdiction, however, according to the Associated Press , no arrests have been made there. The stolen equipment, which still is missing, has been valued at nearly $2 million. An global arrest warrant has been issued for the Stefansson...

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  • E.coli outbreak, Culver's suspends items with romaine lettuce
E.coli outbreak, Culver's suspends items with romaine lettuce

Consumers should check that the lettuce they buy does not come from Yuma, Arizona. On Friday there were 35 cases of E. coli reported. To date, there have been no confirmed cases reported in DE, but DPH says consumers and businesses should take precautions to prevent illnesses that have been reported in neighboring New Jersey and Pennsylvania....

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  • New drug could be game changer in treating lung cancer
New drug could be game changer in treating lung cancer

At one year, 43% percent of patients on the combination therapy had not seen any progression of their cancer, compared to 13% of those with chemotherapy. Leena Gandhi , director of the Thoracic Medical Oncology Program at Perlmutter Cancer Center at NYU Langone Health. And the impact was also out there on biotech outfits with immunotherapies in s...

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  • 7 inmates killed in SC prison riot
7 inmates killed in SC prison riot

When pressed on proposing a solution other than jamming, McMaster offered no specifics. Mr Stirling said guards followed protocol by backing out and asking for support. Police services from the corrections department and SLED are investigating the deadly fight. "Standard safety procedures, such as routine checks on inmates, happened less freque...

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  • United Nations chief: Syria tensions 'threaten full-blown military escalation
United Nations chief: Syria tensions 'threaten full-blown military escalation

Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Joseph Dunford said at a joint news conference with American Secretary of Defense James Mattis. U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has warned against any further escalation after the USA, U.K., and France jointly launched airstrikes targeting the Assad regime's alleged chemical weapons capabilities in Syri...

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  • Minor clashes witnessed in Punjab, Gujarat on Ambedkar Jayanti
Minor clashes witnessed in Punjab, Gujarat on Ambedkar Jayanti

The President, Shri Ram Nath Kovind along with the Vice President, Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu , releasing the book titled ‘Dr. Dalits of Vadayampady held a protest on Saturday with a picture of B.R. Mumbai Police announced traffic restrictions across the city to prepare for thousands of visitors expected to visit his memorial monument, Chaityabh...

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  • Arsenal face Atlético Madrid in Europa League semifinal
Arsenal face Atlético Madrid in Europa League semifinal

Diego Costa and Lucas Hernandez were injured as Atletico Madrid booked a place in the semi-finals of the Europa League . The match-ups were decided on Friday afternoon. French team Olympique Marseille will play against Austrian Salzburg, while English football heavyweights Arsenal will face Spanish club Atletico Madrid in semi-final stag...

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  • Limit Alcohol to Just One Drink a Day, New Study Says
Limit Alcohol to Just One Drink a Day, New Study Says

Ten or more drinks per week equated to a reduced life expectancy of one to two years while eighteen drinks per week correlated with four to five years. Experts say this is because it increases levels of good cholesterol , which can help protect against fatty deposits in blood vessels, reducing your risk of heart and circulatory disease.

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  • Romaine lettuce to blame for multistate E. coli outbreak
Romaine lettuce to blame for multistate E. coli outbreak

In January a larger E. coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce was reported in 13 states, resulting in 58 hospitalizations and one death. No word on what caused it. The Illinois resident reported consuming chopped romaine lettuce before illness onset, in central Illinois. The restaurants reported using bagged, chopped romaine lettuce to make sa...

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  • Will Ferrell rushed to hospital after flipping his SUV
Will Ferrell rushed to hospital after flipping his SUV

Ferrell was a passenger in a chauffeur-driven SUV that flipped over after being hit from the left rear by a Toyota. Ferrell, who starred on Saturday Night Life before beginning a lucrative film career, was rushed to the hospital and reportedly is doing well.

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