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UN Chief Guterres: UN will treat Israel with 'impartiality'

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Guterres will hold talks with President Reuven (Ruby) Rivlin and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and will visit the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial. Guterres is scheduled to visit the Gaza Strip on Wednesday to examine the work of the United Nations facilities. Read More »

AAP wins Bawana bypoll: Proves Kejriwal's grip on Delhi has not loosened!

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Ved Prakash contested on a BJP ticket, Ram Chandra was AAP's candidate. Congress candidate Surender Kumar (31919 votes) stood at the third position in the polls. Parrikar had opened a big lead in the first round itself over Congress candidate Girish Raya Chodankar. Bawana is one of the Capital's largest constituencies in terms of the number of electors, but the August 23 bypoll but saw only a meager turnout of 45 per cent. Read More »

North Korea fires short-range missiles in latest test

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It said that the second missile appears to have blown up immediately and that none posed threat to the USA territory of Guam, which the North had previously warned it would fire missiles toward. Trump said Wednesday that Kim Jong-Un was "starting to respect" the United States, hours after Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said talks with the nuclear-armed North over its banned weapons programmes might be possible "in the near future". Read More »

American Red Cross provides food, shelter to those in need during hurricane

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Joe Vich, a Red Cross volunteer from Waterloo, is stuck waiting to help, and spoke with Channel 13 via telephone from Austin, Texas, about 150 miles northwest of his final intended destination. "We're all here to do the job, and we're anxious to get to work", said Connelly, 78, of Lincolnwood. Those numbers are expected to grow in the coming days as flood warnings and potential flash floods persist. Read More »

Hurricane Harvey disaster relief: How to help

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There are hundreds of Red Cross volunteers from across the country on the ground now to support our shelters, and thousands more will be asked to deploy in the weeks to come as people begin to recover from the storm. The Red Cross is a not-for-profit organization that depends on volunteers and the generosity of the American public to perform its mission. On Wednesday, she says the Red Cross of Alaska will be coming out with a plan on how Alaskans can lend a hand. Read More »

Jets trade for Terrence Brooks to fulfill need at safety

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It's far from a collection of Pro Bowl starters, but a position of weakness just a few weeks ago in Philadelphia now looks somewhat confident going into the final week of the preseason. Brooks was drafted in the third round out of Florida State by Baltimore, 79th overall - one pick ahead of McDougle. He finished the season with one interception and four forced fumbles in 11 games played. Read More »

Broncos Menelik Watson Proposes During Game

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Kyle Sloter closed out the game and will likely get another audition in the fourth preseason game Thursday as Siemian and the starters shift their focus to the regular season. The wideout wasn't going to play in the Broncos' preseason finale against the Arizona Cardinals regardless of how his night ended up. Safety Will Parks suffered a hip injury in the second quarter that knocked him out of the game . Read More »

Area Red Cross volunteers to join in Hurricane Harvey relief

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Elsewhere in the storm's immediate aftermath, the Coast Guard had rescued 20 people from boats and barges in distress, said Capt. "Now more than ever, we need people in the community to step up and help their neighbors in need by becoming a Red Cross disaster volunteer and to provide relief for our current volunteers". Read More »

Trying to Cut Back On Sugar? Avoid Caffeine Instead

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A study has found that caffeine, the widely consumed stimulant, tempered taste buds temporarily, making food seem less sweet. Caffeine blocks the receptors in the brain that adenosine binds to and therefore makes us feel like we are more alert - even if we aren't. Read More »

Mumbai sees poor HSC supplementary exam results

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The Supplementary exam was conducted for candidates who failed to qualify the exam. A total of 93271 students had registered for the exam, of which 68605 were boys and 24666 were girls.As per the results, girls have outperformed boys by scoring 28.72 pass percent while boys had 23.61 per cent. Read More »

If Google asks you if you're depressed - here's why

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For instance, a search for "Am I depressed?" will provide a link to a trusted test for depression - the P-H-Q-9. The clinically-based "PHQ-9 test" is shown at the top of the search results once people look up for depression on Google . Users will then be prompted to take a PHQ-9, or a Patient Health Questionnaire. Last year, Google reported that one flawless of all the users' search was related to medical symptoms. Read More »

Amarinder Singh assures peace in Punjab

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In the same breath, Khaira castigated the Haryana and Punjab governments for failing to maintain law and order after the verdict against the Dera chief was pronounced. Ram Rahim might face a jail term up to seven years or life imprisonment. The Haryana government did little to prevent supporters from gathering in Panchkula where a CBI court convicted the self-styled "godman" on Friday. Read More »

Kompany reveals the first thing he did after Sterling's winner

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I would predict Manchester City to win by a clear margin and make the statement of intent they are looking for. And after City grabbed the victor amid a frenetic finale, Kompany told Sky Sports: "It is absolute madness". After a day/night of voting, we'll tabulate the ratings and reveal them with the player with the most votes being named our site's Man of the Match . Read More »

UP woman given triple talaq

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The apex court held that the triple talaq was against the basic tenets of Quran. According to reports from The Indian Express , Maulana Mahmood Madani, the general secretary has said that triple talaq will continue to be a practice in India. Read More »

US Navy: Body found by Malaysia not one of McCain's missing

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The Navy announced Thursday it had suspended search-and-rescue operations for 10 missing sailors after recovering " some remains " inside the flooded compartments of the USS McCain . The sailor was identified as Electronics Technician 3rd Class Dustin Doyon of CT. The senator also was a naval officer, an aviator who spent six years as a prisoner of war during the Vietnam War. Read More »

Aetna mailings may have exposed members' HIV status

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Aetna's notification letter went on to emphasize the "the viewable information did not include the name of any particular medication or any statement that have been diagnosed with specific condition". Attorneys representing some of the patients sent a letter to Aetna demanding the mailings in the large window envelopes be stopped and have already caused serious damage to people's personal lives. Read More »

Mumbai brings Ganesha home, 10 day festival begins today

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Viewers are advised to share this article with their friends and family members so that they can also have the Ganesh Chaturthi Celebration HD images. Ganesh Chaturthi is a festival usually celebrated for 10 days. All roads lead to the famous Moti Dungri Ganesha temple today. She said, "I think it's high time we need to stop polluting the environment in the name of festivities and be careful as soon it would be too late". Read More »

McDonald's Will Stop Buying Chicken Treated With Antibiotics. Here's Why That Matters

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As a result, NGOS and health organisations feel that the use of antibiotics, which also allows the meat to grow more quickly, decreases the effect of drugs on consumers when they need to take. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), at least 2 million people in the USA become infected with bacteria that are resistant to antibiotics every year, leading to 23,000 deaths. Read More »

Those criticizing new cut-off points are ignorant of facts - JAMB

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It explained that institutions are, however, at liberty to raise their cut off marks for admission above the minimum set by JAMB. However the Registrar, Prof Oloyede announced during the event that JAMB has introduced some new measures to guide the process of admissions into tertiary institutions this year, alluding to the introduction of Central Admission Processing System, which he said would help to streamline admission procedures and processes. Read More »

Rakhine Commission: Myanmar Must End Restrictions on Rohingya

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Suu Kyi appointed the nine-person commission a year ago to seek a solution to ethnic strife in Rakhine State in the west of the country. "People in Rakhine State, in particular the Muslim Rohingya minority, have suffered a horrific catalogue of rights abuses for decades". Read More »

Strong teenage friendship bond may boost mental health, says study

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Each year, the study volunteers answered questions about their friendships, and about how they were faring in terms of factors such as anxiety and symptoms of depression. Unfortunately, in this digital age, artificial friendship trumps real-life bonds. . "The really [long] lasting types of relationships and the ones that may have a lasting impact on how you feel about yourself are the ones built on trust and attachment". Read More »

Protestors gather at Trump rally in Phoenix

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He blamed the media for distorting his comments. The American people voted for immigration control. I'm just going to speak from the heart here. Lemon also questioned Trump's fitness for office and if he is "stable". "I won't do it tonight because I don't want to cause any controversy, is that all right?" Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams said three people had been arrested, two for aggravated assault and one for criminal damage. Read More »

UN human rights panel slams United States over racism

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Crickley called for US authorities to take concrete measures to "to address the root causes of the proliferation of such racist manifestations". This could be seen as a reference to US President Donald Trump , who was initially criticised for not condemning the far right groups. Read More »