• Ramaphosa visits Nkosi's Haven ahead of AIDS Conference
Ramaphosa visits Nkosi's Haven ahead of AIDS Conference

Ramaphosa says the compassion shown by organisations like Nkosi's Haven and many ordinary South Africans, is exactly what's needed, to fight the stigma of HIV and Aids. Delany-Moretlwe says that girls between the 15-19 age range are additionally affected by biological and sociological factors. Shisana said that these relationships are often for fin...

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  • Campaign Countdown: Pence rumored to be Trump's VP pick Friday
Campaign Countdown: Pence rumored to be Trump's VP pick Friday

Although Donald Trump has postponed his VP announcement because of the terror attack in Nice, France , the governor has until noon Friday to withdraw. Besides being passed over for the vice presidential slot, he watched two of his most trusted confidants, both members of his administration since 2010, plead guilty to charges connected to politic...

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  • Eating pasta makes you slimmer, claim (Italian) researchers
Eating pasta makes you slimmer, claim (Italian) researchers

However, the study by Neuromed Institute in the city of Sora found that eating pasta was linked to a lower body mass index. One prevalent Mediterranean ingredient that is generally removed from this diet is pasta . The study's bottom line: You can eat pasta and maintain a healthy weight if you eat like an Italian. It was published in the...

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  • SC Expresses Doubt over Validity of NEET Ordinance
SC Expresses Doubt over Validity of NEET Ordinance

As for aspirants who paid the fee but could not appear for NEET-II, their plea for using the NEET-I score will be looked into by a three-member Oversight Committee comprising retired Chief Justice of India R M Lodha and former CAG Vinod Rai.

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  • Zika epidemic will end in three years, study suggests
Zika epidemic will end in three years, study suggests

Health officials in the US are anxious the disease could spread here, as well, although they note that American's use of air conditioning and window and door screens are likely to prevent massive outbreaks by reducing the number of people exposed to mosquito bites.

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  • Former cop gives insight into Phoenix serial shooter investigation
Former cop gives insight into Phoenix serial shooter investigation

Dossie Ellis Sr.' daughter, Stefanie, and 12-year-old granddaughter, Maleah, were shot and killed right on his driveway in June. The shootings are concentrated in the low-income neighborhood of Maryvale, with numerous victims shot while standing outside their homes, police said.

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  • Trump likely to announce running mate before convention: adviser
Trump likely to announce running mate before convention: adviser

The top contenders have been vetted by a top Washington lawyer and all have spent time with Trump in recent days. The Times said Trump advisers have told Republican party officials they are preparing an announcement with Pence, but warned the unpredictable Trump could still change his mind.

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  • Polls Find Clinton Leading in 4 Key Swing States
Polls Find Clinton Leading in 4 Key Swing States

While on Thursday he couldn't match the fieriness of his fellow senator and Clinton surrogate Elizabeth Warren , he showed he was willing to try. "It's great to be back in the Senate", she jovially declared upon her arrival in the chamber, where Clinton served two terms as a senator for NY.

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  • Massacre in France as truck plows through Bastille Day crowd
Massacre in France as truck plows through Bastille Day crowd

Witnesses said the driver, who was killed in the attack, was zigzagging in an attempt to hit people and began shooting randomly after stopping. The Prime Minister said she would speak to French President Francois Hollande later to "make clear the United Kingdom stands shoulder-to-shoulder with France today as we have done so often in the past"....

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  • France Reels as Nice 'Terrorist' Attack Leaves 84 Dead
France Reels as Nice 'Terrorist' Attack Leaves 84 Dead

Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve, who traveled to the scene, said police were trying to determine the driver's identity, refusing to confirm reports an ID card had been found in the truck. Isabel Hardman, who was in Nice at the time of the attack , has reported on the aftermath. Mrs May would not confirm reports a British national had died ...

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  • Ontario To Add 500 Public Charging Stations - Location Map
Ontario To Add 500 Public Charging Stations - Location Map

The province will be building almost 500 charging stations at 250 locations across the province, including a handful in London, with the goal of making it easier to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by making electric cars more driver-friendly.

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  • Theresa May axes key members of David Cameron's cabinet in Government reshuffle
Theresa May axes key members of David Cameron's cabinet in Government reshuffle

In her first address to the nation, May instantly distanced herself from former Prime Minister David Cameron's government by declaring she would not "entrench the advantages of the fortunate few", The Telegraph said. Green MP Caroline Lucas denounced the decision to shut down DECC as a "serious backwards step", as it would mean no dedicated ministe...

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  • Donald Trump likely to pick Mike Pence
Donald Trump likely to pick Mike Pence

Trump's campaign has announced it will officially make an announcement on who his pick is at 11 a.m. ET Friday in NY. For one, he has experience in government as a former U.S. He said U.S. Rep. Marlin Stutzman, who in May lost a primary bid for the U.S. Senate but has not been widely regarded as a potential candidate for the governor's race, wo...

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  • Zika outbreak to end in 2 to 3 years, scientists predict
Zika outbreak to end in 2 to 3 years, scientists predict

USA researchers tried to calculate whether the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, which is in the midst of a Zika epidemic, will lead to outbreaks that wouldn't have happened otherwise. The Zika outbreak rampaging through Latin America will likely burn itself out in the next two to three years, based on the fact that people develop immunity to the virus a...

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  • Zika epidemic likely to 'burn itself out' within 2 or 3 years
Zika epidemic likely to 'burn itself out' within 2 or 3 years

Marco Rubio (R-FL) chaired a congressional hearing on the Zika Virus-which the head of the Centers for Disease Control is now calling a "silent epidemic". If people take precautions against mosquito bites, these four countries could be spared Olympics-related outbreaks, he said. Perhaps the most terrifying outcome associated with a Zika infection i...

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  • Zika Case Confirmed in Broome County, Here's What to Know
Zika Case Confirmed in Broome County, Here's What to Know

Her baby was born several weeks ago but did not have microcephaly-a rare neurological condition that causes babies to have smaller-than-normal heads and can cause incomplete brain development-or any other birth defects linked to Zika, according to the health department, which will follow the infant's health for a year, health department epidemiolog...

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  • 12 more NJ residents diagnosed with Zika in last two weeks
12 more NJ residents diagnosed with Zika in last two weeks

There have been 33 confirmed cases of Zika virus in Virginia so far. To prevent the spread of Zika , protect yourself from mosquito bites by using the same tips we share to prevent the spread of West Nile virus. "Fortunately, she's not pregnant, but did travel to an area where there is ongoing Zika transmission, in Jamaica, and did have symp...

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  • Foreigners being evacuated amid South Sudan tension
Foreigners being evacuated amid South Sudan tension

The Minister also said in case situation deteriorates in South Sudan, which is witnessing heavy fighting in several parts of the city, the government will not be able to evacuate the Indians there. Speaking to reporters at the airport, Singh said two aircrafts were involved in the evacuation operation and the other flight will land in Delhi. "W...

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  • Grassley criticizes Ginsberg for calling Trump a 'faker'
Grassley criticizes Ginsberg for calling Trump a 'faker'

There is an even tie between conservatives and liberals, who include Ginsburg. She told a CNN analyst in an interview late Monday that Trump was a "faker" and said she was surprised the media has not pressed him more to release his tax returns .

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  • North Korea: US sanctions act of war
North Korea: US sanctions act of war

Treasury official Tom Malinowski, who oversees human rights and labour issues, said that numerous people on the list had not been previously known. On Wednesday, the U.S. "The government [of South Korea] appreciates and welcomes the USA decision to impose sanctions against those involved in human rights violations in North Korea".

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