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Second man arrested in over London tube bombing

I saw an orange sort of fireball encompassing the whole Tube coming towards you. Daesh claimed other attacks in Britain this year, including two in London and one in Manchester . "There is no doubt that this was a serious IED (improvised explosive device) and it was good fortune that it did so little damage", said Home Secretary Amber Rudd. Read More »

New Zealand In Record Win Over South Africa

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A looping cut-out pass to the right from Beauden Barrett enabled Milner-Skudder to take his tally to 11 tries in 10 Tests in the second half, and three further scores ensured New Zealand remains unbeaten at QBE Stadium in some style. There had been hope within the team that they had turned the corner, but De Villiers says they still have a way to go to match the New Zealanders some two years out from the next Rugby World Cup in Japan. Read More »

Virgin Mobile USA iPhone 8 And iPhone 8 Plus Launch Date Confirmed

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The LTE version of the smartwatch will start at $519 CAD, while a non-LTE version will also be offered at a cost of $429. So far no carrier has come forward with any indication about how well the iPhone 8 pre-orders are going. The smartphone will be available in India starting November 3. Why is the Apple Watch Series 3 with cellular connectivity not coming to India now? While calls are useful proof of cell connection, they aren't really what connecting a watch to an LTE ... Read More »

Improved Arsenal hold Chelsea to goalless draw

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The shared points mean Chelsea sit behind the Manchester clubs in third on 10 points; while Arsenal relish in 12th on seven points. "It was about mentality and a response from our last away game". His Gunners team surprised many with a performance full of determination and flair during an excellent first half when they could have scored through a number of chances they fashioned, including Aaron Ramsey hitting the post after a driving run through the heart of the defence. Read More »

Skin patch melts fat in mice

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While diet and exercise aren't able to "spot treat" fat - that is, eliminate it from just one part of the body - this micro-needle patch can. White fat stores excess energy in large droplets of triglyceride. To test the patch, researchers loaded them with two different drugs and applied them to obese mice (the concept of an obese mouse is amusing in and of itself), but only on one side. Read More »

Marlins-Brewers series will shift to Milwaukee

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Though Miami has had bigger things to worry about in the wake of Hurricane Irma , for the past few days the talk around baseball has been whether the Miami Marlins would be able to host this weekend's scheduled series against the Milwaukee Brewers . Read More »

Cubs' Wilson Contreras suspended two games for his actions Friday night

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Lackey began screaming at the umpire and was ejected from the game. Lackey was fined for his role in the incident, and Contreras was remorseful when he spoke about it after the contest. "He is emotional. We are all working on having him curb that a bit". "It's a pretty big spot right there", he said. "Those don't grow on trees". "If they're going to do something, I'll take it like a man". Read More »

D'Tigers overcome Senegal, set up AfroBasket Final withTunisia

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The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) and Super Eagles midfielder John Ogu have congratulated Nigeria senior men's basketball team D'Tigers for qualifying for the 2017 FIBA AfroBasket final. Iroegbu had the highest number of assists per game (5.6), while Tunisian Makram Ben Romdhane had the best rebounds per game (10.6) at the tournament. Read More »

Dileep's wife Kavya Madhavan likely to move court for anticipatory bail

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During the bail plea hearing, the police today explained to the court that Dileep had clearly given order to the main accused in the case, "Pulsar" Suni . Dileep has been in custody since July this year and was allowed to walk out of jail only for a day in September. Dileep is now in judicial custody after his bail plea was rejected by the court thrice. Read More »

Global hunger on the rise for first time in decade, United Nations says

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The report , a joint product by five leading United Nations agencies warns that malnutrition is threatening the health of and compromising the future of millions of people world-wide. The report casts doubt on the U.N.'s stated aim to eradicate hunger by 2030-a theoretically achievable goal, considering, as the United Nations stressed when it announced the goal, the amount of food in the world is more than enough to feed the global population. Read More »

Seven million people died from smoking a year ago

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It provides estimates on over 330 diseases in 195 countries and territories worldwide and it latest figures relate to 2016. However, the researchers lauded " exemplar nations ", such as Ethiopia, the Maldives, Nepal, Niger, Peru, and Portugal, for surpassing the expected life expectancy based on their socio-demographic index. Read More »

UPMC Hospital Staff Took Photos Of Patient With Item Lodged In Genitals

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The incident happened on December 23 at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center where a "ton" of employees crowded the patient in the room, PennLive reported . A representative told specialists a specialist asked for a photograph be brought with a working room camera for future medicinal addresses, yet the camera was broken, as per the report. Read More »

Target recalls 4-drawer dressers that could harm children

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About 175,000 of the dressers were sold in the US, and 3,000 were sold in Canada. No injuries have been reported. The products are 41 inches tall, 31.5 inches wide and 16 inches deep. If you own one of these dressers, you may return it to Target for a full refund. They are sold in three colors - black, espresso and maple. Consumers can contact Target at 800-440-0680 from 7 a.m.to 8 p.m. Read More »

India vs Australia 1st ODI Match Prediction, Preview & Playing 11

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But before we get into the first ODI, we look at some of the points that one needs to keep in mind before creating fantasy cricket team for the India v Australia series. "Hopefully the chance to go up the order again", Head said when asked about his targets for the series. I haven't played a great deal but have been around the conditions and have adapted to the style I guess. Read More »

Gurmeet Ram Rahim case: Cops who tried to free Ram Rahim held

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The Haryana Police also arrested the sect's IT head Vineet Insaan from Sirsa. Dilawar has been charged with inciting violence that broke out after the rape conviction of the Dera chief, killing at least 40, the police added. "We have made adequate security arrangements ahead of the hearing in the cases", Haryana DGP Sandhu said here. Ram Rahim has been sentenced to 20 years of rigorous imprisonment on the two counts of the rape of his female followers. Read More »

FT's flags at half mast after journalist is 'killed by crocodile'

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McClean, who belonged to Surrey in the United Kingdom, was an Oxford graduate with a first class honours degree in French. Mr Lamont described McClean, who was just a month shy of his 25th birthday, as "a talented, energetic and dedicated young journalist " who had "a great career ahead of him at the FT". Read More »

Type 2 diabetes reversible, doctors and patients unaware

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According to a new study , presented at this year's European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) Annual Meeting in Lisbon by the University of Athens, it is better to eat frequently to keep your weight in check. "By studying the underlying mechanisms we have been able to demonstrate the simplicity of type 2 diabetes". "Increased sweetener intake may be associated with other lifestyle elements that may be more direct causes of type 2 diabetes", he said. Read More »

Hurricane Irma Aims To Batter the Central Florida

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While the projected track showed Irma raking the state's Gulf Coast, forecasters warned that the entire Florida peninsula - including the Miami metropolitan area of 6 million people - was in extreme danger from the monstrous storm, nearly 400 miles (640 kilometers) wide. Read More »

A day after release, Fr Tom Uzhunnallil meets Pope Francis in Vatican

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The bishops also thanked "Pope Francis who took personal interest in Fr Tom's release efforts and Bishop Paul Hinder, Vicar Apostolic of Southern Arabia, the Bishop in charge of the Middle East, and the Sultan of Oman, for their untiring efforts, the Rector Major and the Salesian Provincial of Bangalore Province for their patience and strong faith". Read More »

Selena Gomez reveals she got a kidney transplant

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Selena Gomez is not shy about sharing her health journey after being diagnosed with Lupus a few years ago. While Gomez was noticeably absent earlier in the summer, she has come back with a bang in the last month, returning to acting with a Woody Allen movie , writing her own film alongside Petra Collins and even lending her hand to fashion design . Read More »

Why women lose interest in sex after just one year

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For women, the lack of interest in sex was most common between the ages of 55 and 64, whereas for men it was between 35 and 44. In any case, those whose accomplice had sexual challenges, and the individuals who were less glad in their relationship, will probably say they had lost enthusiasm for sex at some stage, the analysts said. Read More »

5 keys for Patriots to beat Saints in Week 2

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If the Patriots get the Saints into third-and-long and know Brees needs to pass, rookie Ryan Ramczyk and recently re-signed Bryce Harris will have trouble protecting him. "But it was obviously a lackluster performance and I think a lot of it was self-inflicted". That's why he was kind of mad about being here; he didn't get the whole route tree. Read More »

U.S. urges China to use oil leverage on NKorea

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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is holding talks in London with British and French officials on North Korea's nuclear and missile programs. "We hope China will not reject that". Speaking ahead of the meetings, the Foreign Secretary said: 'I've seen first-hand the devastation Hurricane Irma has caused people in the Caribbean. Read More »

'Pharma Bro' Shkreli jailed after Clinton threat

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Shkreli had edited the original post to say, "this is satire, meant for humor", the next day he put up another post that echoed the first: "$5,000 but the hair has to include a follicle. I must confirm the sequences I have. Mr. Shkreli's lawyer, Benjamin Brafman, argued at the hearing that Mr. Shkreli was not violent and that the post had been "a momentary lapse in judgment". Read More »

United Kingdom terror-related arrests rise to record 379

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And there was one arrest following another attack in June, when a van was driven into worshippers near a mosque in north London, killing one man. In May, suicide bomber Salman Abedi detonated a home-made device in a lobby of a Ariana Grande concert in Manchester , slaughtering 22 people. Read More »

Manning Not Worried About Giants Offense After 1 Game

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The Eagles opened their season with a 30-17 win over Washington. "We'll bounce back", he said told reporters Wednesday. I got the individuals, I was feeling pretty good. It's no wonder the normally even-handed Ben McAdoo issued such a harsh assessment in his post-game comments, saying "No part of our offense was functional tonight". Read More »

Possible Link Between Flu Vaccine and Miscarriage

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Other medical experts said they could not believe that a shot made of killed flu virus would trigger a response from the immune system so severe it would create a miscarriage. This study focused only on miscarriages, which occur in the first 19 weeks of pregnancy and are common. There is no charge for flu vaccines . The authors said as well that they could not rule out a possible exposure to the swine flu itself that was a factor in prompting some of the miscarriages. Read More »

Menopausal hormone therapy not associated with mortality or deaths from CVD

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The study found the treatment did not lead to early death from any cause. Hormone replacement therapy is used to offset the symptoms of menopause that include hot flashes, mood changes, sleep problems and aging skin. The researchers found during the five to seven years of treatment, death rates were about 30 percent lower among women aged 50 to 59 when they received hormone therapy than when they received placebo. Read More »