• Riyad Mansour calls to set up independent commission to investigate Israeli crimes
Riyad Mansour calls to set up independent commission to investigate Israeli crimes

However, Israeli Ambassador to the UN Danny Danon called on the worldwide body to condemn Hamas's use of children as a cover for their terror activities. More than 1,600 have been wounded by live rounds in the past three weeks, according to the Gaza Health Ministry. On Friday alone, 440 protesters were wounded by gunfire or needed treatment for t...

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  • CPM demands Loya's death case verdict must be reviewed by larger bench
CPM demands Loya's death case verdict must be reviewed by larger bench

Immediately after the court gave its verdict, the BJP mounted an attack on the Congress, alleging that the "invisible" hand behind the petitions was that of Mr Gandhi who tried to use the judiciary for "character assassination" of its chief Amit Shah.

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  • National Football League announces date for the Eagles and Jags worldwide game
National Football League announces date for the Eagles and Jags worldwide game

Matchups for the London games had been previously announced without set dates and times. The Vikings are not opening the 2018 season against the Eagles , after all. Last season, the Eagles played three regular-season games on the West Coast, but they have just one such matchup this year: A contest against the defending NFC West champion Rams.

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  • Yuma area grew romaine lettuce that's likely causing E. coli outbreak
Yuma area grew romaine lettuce that's likely causing E. coli outbreak

Of the 22 people hospitalized in the outbreak, three had developed a type of kidney failure, according to the C.D.C. Other states in the outbreak include Idaho , Ohio, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Missouri and Washington. "If you or someone from your family recently ate store-bought chopped romaine lettuce and are experiencing symptoms, please s...

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  • Eagles move up in Federation Internationale de Football Association rankings
Eagles move up in Federation Internationale de Football Association rankings

According to the ranking which is released after worldwide games, Harambee Stars now sit at position 113 with 289 points on the log after dropping all the way from 105 in the past ranking. Proposals for the new-look tournament suggest the opening phase will consist of 16 three-team groups, with the top two in each group moving forward to a 32-natio...

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  • Pssst: This Is How We Know The Royal Baby Is Coming Soon
Pssst: This Is How We Know The Royal Baby Is Coming Soon

What sort of security will be in place for the royal baby? Royal correspondent at HELLO! and Royal expert Emily Nash , tweeted that the barriers had gone up up outside the private wing where the Duchess is due to give birth. Perhaps it will happen even earlier, because at St. Mary's hospital , where is expected to give birth to Kate (unles...

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  • Local Doctors Push For Organ Donations During National Donate Life Month
Local Doctors Push For Organ Donations During National Donate Life Month

Ronnie Gavsie, the president and CEO of Trillium, said people across the country have taken heart in Boulet's story. "His legacy will go on and on as an example to all Canadians of the importance of thinking about giving the gift of life today".

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  • 3 people now dead from synthetic drug use
3 people now dead from synthetic drug use

Two of the deaths have been men in their 20s; the third was a man in his 40s, IDPH said. Users of the drug have experienced coughing up blood, blood in the urine, severe bloody nose, bleeding gums, and/or internal bleeding . The chemicals are similar to those found in natural marijuana . While they are meant to mimic the effects of marij...

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  • Woman Alleges 3 Basketball Players Raped Her & MSU Discouraged Reporting It
Woman Alleges 3 Basketball Players Raped Her & MSU Discouraged Reporting It

As soon as JD2 was done, JD1 and JD3 came in and held the alleged victim down, taking turns raping her, according to the lawsuit . The woman, who was 18 at the time and is identified only as Jane Doe in the U.S. She went to the campus counseling center the following week, according to the suit. The staff also did not notify the alleged victim he...

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  • Spring storm packing 10 inches of snow to hit parts of Wisconsin
Spring storm packing 10 inches of snow to hit parts of Wisconsin

An inch or two of snow is possible from Thursday afternoon into early Friday morning, but no major impacts are expected. Forecasters warn that heavy rain will fall for much of the day and it could turn to snow in some parts, with up to 8cm predicted on higher ground.

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  • Synthetic marijuana leads to death of IL resident
Synthetic marijuana leads to death of IL resident

The chemicals are either sprayed on dried, shredded plant material to be smoked or sold as liquids that can be vaporized and inhaled in e-cigarettes or similar devices. If a person was hospitalized, they could get Vitamin K through an IV, which would work faster on the body, Lank said. But officials believe that number will grow, as it's possible c...

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  • Second wave of flu virus happening now — CDC
Second wave of flu virus happening now — CDC

Sherman Alter, the The Director of Infectious Diseases at Dayton Children's Hospital. Doctors say that the B-strain flu viruses tend to be more severe for younger children. Which is worse, influenza A or B? "Based on some research the CDC has done, both flu viruses can cause severe illness". The good news, says a report in Time magazine, is th...

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  • How to Score the Best Deals at Closing Toys R Us Stores
How to Score the Best Deals at Closing Toys R Us Stores

Inspired by his father's bike shop, Mr Lazarus began selling baby furniture in his Washington store called Children's Supermart in 1948. The goal is to raise US$1 billion, which will be used in a bid to acquire all or some Toys "R" Us assets through the bankruptcy process, according to a statement issued on billionaire Isaac Larian's behalf.

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  • FDA Plans To Make Cigarettes Less Addictive
FDA Plans To Make Cigarettes Less Addictive

The shift could reduce the current US smoking rate from 15 percent to as low as 1.4 percent, the FDA said, and prevent 8 million tobacco-related deaths by the end of the century. "As we move forward with these efforts, we have an opportunity to more formally solicit feedback, and we'll continue to foster a public dialogue to re-shape our country'...

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  • Tiger Woods just turned back the clock with this putt
Tiger Woods just turned back the clock with this putt

You have to go all the way back to August 4, 2013, to find the last time Tiger Woods won on the PGA Tour . Woods was tied for the lead early in the final round, and later sank a 44-foot putt on the 17th hole to pull back within one. He closed with a 72 and finished three shots behind. Singh also bogeyed 17 to fall even with Tolles, whose chip ...

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  • Fire Department Urges Folks to Check Smoke Detectors
Fire Department Urges Folks to Check Smoke Detectors

Daylight Saving Time begins at 2 a.m. on Sunday, March 11. At the same time, Barritt says it's a good idea to be familiar with your home and plan a safe escape, with two ways out. "Check the expiration date and it has to be less than 10-years-old", says Otis. The Fireman's Association of the State of New York (FASNY) is reminding residents to t...

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  • Jaylen Brown takes scary fall
Jaylen Brown takes scary fall

On Thursday, Jaylen Brown was on the break when he completed a dunk, but came down straight on his head with a awkward fall and it was all bad. After completing the dunk, the basket flicked up and Brown lost his grip, flipping backwards to the ground, where his upper body struck the court and he laid dazed before Al Horford ran to his side.

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  • FDA Authorizes First Direct-to-Consumer BRCA Mutation Test
FDA Authorizes First Direct-to-Consumer BRCA Mutation Test

Audio will be available later today . The FDA cautions that a negative result from the test doesn't rule out that a person has other BRCA mutations or an increased risk of cancer. "Together, BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations account for about 20 to 25 percent of hereditary breast cancers and about 5 to 10 percent of all breast cancers", the National Canc...

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  • Transgender Wrestler Booed After Winning Girls Wrestling Title
Transgender Wrestler Booed After Winning Girls Wrestling Title

The transgender senior from Euless Trinity High School just outside Dallas, Texas , took her record to a flawless 32-0 in a Houston area tournament, the UIL State Wrestling Championships at the Berry Center in Cypress, Texas, against her non-testosterone-taking challenger, Chelsea Sanchez, who she also beat in 2017 for the same title - but not w...

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  • Transgender wrestler Mack Beggs survives first day of state finals
Transgender wrestler Mack Beggs survives first day of state finals

University Interscholastic League (UIL) deputy director Jamie Harrison said the League is willing to consider making an exception to competition rules if asked, but UIL has not received a request from the Beggs, according to Fox4 News. Cypress Ranch High senior Kayla Fitts, who was 52-0 this season until she faced Beggs in the state semifinals, tol...

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