• Chikungunya cases jump to over 2600, outstrips dengue
Chikungunya cases jump to over 2600, outstrips dengue

As per the municipal report, over 1,000 people have been affected by chikungunya till the second week of September. The court was hearing a plea filed by advocate Shahid Ali, who has accused the governments and the municipal corporations of Delhi of not acting vigilantly and responsibly to control dengue.

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  • Monmouth Real Estate Investment Corporation (MNR) Shares are Down -1.35%
Monmouth Real Estate Investment Corporation (MNR) Shares are Down -1.35%

The firm has a market capitalization of $700.02 million, a PE ratio of 22.95 and a beta of 0.74. The stock's 50 day moving average is 11.45 and its 200 day moving average is 11.50. (NYSE:NCT) from a hold rating to a sell rating in a research note published on Friday morning. The stocks closing price on Thursday was $1.61. A number of large inve...

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  • Sophie Turner not prepared for Game of Thrones to end
Sophie Turner not prepared for Game of Thrones to end

The girls seem confident their IRL friendship is permanent, however, just like their brand new matching tattoos. "Game of Thrones" star Sophie Turner left little to the imagination when she hit the 2016 Emmys red carpet. "It's a day that both of our lives changed forever", Williams added. As for the upcoming season of Thrones , Turner teased...

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  • Syria: UN suspends all aid deliveries after convoy hit by air-strike
Syria: UN suspends all aid deliveries after convoy hit by air-strike

Red Cross spokesman Benoit Carpentier said the director of the Syrian Red Crescent's sub-branch was among those killed in the attack. UNITED Nations suspended all aid shipments into Syria yesterday after a deadly attack on a convoy carrying humanitarian supplies, as a week-old US-Russian sponsored cease-fire collapsed in renewed violence.

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  • Iraqi forces launch push to take town near Mosul from IS
Iraqi forces launch push to take town near Mosul from IS

The president was unabashed in his critique of Russian Federation as he laid out his diagnosis of the world's ills. Obama also called on wealthier nations to do more to help millions of refugees find new homes and asked all leaders to imagine what it would be like "if the unspeakable happened to us".

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  • Amsterdam to pilot world's first 'self-drive' boats
Amsterdam to pilot world's first 'self-drive' boats

The teams hope to have the first prototypes in Amsterdam's waters next year. The project, called Roboat, has $27 million in funding to see develop robot boats for a wide range of purposes. They're calling their autonomous boat program the "Roboat". Almost a quarter of the city of Amsterdam is covered by water, with more than a hundred kilometer...

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  • Nigel Farage: I did not bare all in late-night swim
Nigel Farage: I did not bare all in late-night swim

Farage added that Bournemouth beach had a narrow "tidal range" and that he judged night swimming at the resort was "quite safe". What made James' refusal to disavow Putin so odd was that earlier in the interview she had said that she agreed with Douglas Carswell's libertarian, free trading vision for Ukip.

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  • Famous playwright Edward Albee dies
Famous playwright Edward Albee dies

He was arguably America's greatest living playwright . His play or drama would often explore the darker sides of marriages, religion, raising children, and American life. An unconventional student, Albee attended several schools, including The Choate School in Wallingford, Conn., from which he graduated in 1946, and Trinity College in Hartford, ...

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  • Wayne Smith, Head Of Statistics Canada, Quits On Point Of Principle
Wayne Smith, Head Of Statistics Canada, Quits On Point Of Principle

Mr. Poloz's concerns emerge in a February letter he sent earlier this year to the then-head of Statistics Canada, Wayne Smith. An email sent by Smith to the National Statistical Council explained that Shared Services Canada now holds an effective veto over numerous statistical agency's operations.

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  • Federal Bureau of Investigation issues poster for suspect sought in connection with NYC bombing
Federal Bureau of Investigation issues poster for suspect sought in connection with NYC bombing

At the agency's railroads, there will be "surge patrols", increased patrols of trains and random bag checks at various locations, Cuomo's release said . WABC-TV footage showed a man believed to be 28-year-old Ahmad Khan Rahami being loaded into an ambulance on a stretcher in Linden, New Jersey. He is 28-year-old Ahmad Khan Rahami, a naturalized ...

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  • Syrian combatants yet to withdraw from Aleppo road
Syrian combatants yet to withdraw from Aleppo road

According to the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, the fighting between government troops and rebels was concentrated in the neighbourhood of Jobar, next to Qaboun, where rebels have had a presence for years. Aid deliveries are part of a U.S. -Russia deal that imposed the cease-fire. Mr Kerry told Mr Lavrov Washington expected Russi...

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  • North Korea ready to conduct fresh nuclear test, says South
North Korea ready to conduct fresh nuclear test, says South

According to the Associated Press, Moon did not offer evidence to back the claim, merely saying South Korea and US intelligence authorities believe North Korea has the ability to detonate another atomic device anytime. The US also plans to send a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier - the USS Ronald Reagan - and five destroyers to South Korean waters...

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  • Kwaito star Mandoza has died
Kwaito star Mandoza has died

Mandoza (aka Mduduzi Tshabalala) celebrates at Kingspark Soccer Stadium after hearing that SA won the bid to host the 2010 Soccer World Cup. News of Mandoza's death was confirmed on Twitter by social media strategist Sthembiso Sithole.

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  • Witness says Philippine president ordered killings of 1000
Witness says Philippine president ordered killings of 1000

Leila de Lima raised the idea while speaking to journalists following a Senate hearing into allegations that Mr Duterte had ordered the killings of gangsters and political opponents while he was mayor of Davao City. His group later joined policemen and former communist rebels to form the Davao Death Squad , which reported to Duterte, who the...

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  • USA ties Syria aid flow to joint cell with Russian Federation
USA ties Syria aid flow to joint cell with Russian Federation

Russian Federation said Friday that only Moscow and the Syrian regime were fulfilling a truce deal hammered out with the United States, but stressed it is ready to extend it for another 72 hours. Air strikes and clashes have tested a fragile ceasefire in Syria, as civilians wait for aid and tensions mount between the United States and Russian Feder...

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  • Charter bus carrying football team crashes into bridge; fatalities reported
Charter bus carrying football team crashes into bridge; fatalities reported

Jeff Gordon of the Highway Patrol told WNCN-TV. Demetrius Hellingsworth, the president of the University of God's Chosen, who also coaches the school's football team , told WRAL-TV that the students and coaches from Ramah Juco Academy were travelling from Rockhill to Raeford to play them.

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  • EU leaders gather for summit to jumpstart stalling bloc
EU leaders gather for summit to jumpstart stalling bloc

With British Prime Minister Theresa May absent, the other 27 leaders are gathering on Friday to try and agree a diagnosis of why people across the bloc are increasingly voting for eurosceptic parties and on ways to regain trust in the EU. The leaders of 27 European Union countries are meeting in Bratislava , Slovakia after Britain's vote to leave ...

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  • Mounting violence in Syria, no aid for Aleppo
Mounting violence in Syria, no aid for Aleppo

The ceasefire is the result of an agreement between Russian Federation, which backs Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, and the United States, which supports some rebel groups. The Observatory said the army had started to withdraw from positions on the road, but that Russian troops, whose air force has helped Damascus blockade rebel-held Aleppo , ha...

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  • USA agency announces official recall of Samsung Galaxy Note 7
USA agency announces official recall of Samsung Galaxy Note 7

If you have the new Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phone, stop using it immediately and take it back. The FAA ban is the latest formality regarding the Galaxy Note 7 following issues with the phone's battery overheating causing the device to explode, which is up to 92 issued reports in the US alone, 25 of which include reported cases of burns, and 55 ...

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  • Abu Sayyaf militants in Philippines release Norwegian hostage
Abu Sayyaf militants in Philippines release Norwegian hostage

Norway said the release was a "positive development", adding that it was closely monitoring the situation and working with Philippine authorities to bring Sekkingstad to safety. An adviser to President Rodrigo Duterte said Sekkingstad was handed over by Abu Sayyaf militants to Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF), another militant group based in t...

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