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Alexis Sanchez Has Made A Decision About His Future

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Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez will not win the Champions League at Arsenal and would "be more useful in a bigger team", says Ivan Zamorano. Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has insisted he is in no rush to sell Sanchez and will keep him at the club for the final year of his contract even if he refuses to sign a new deal. Read More »

Coli kills 2 kids in Utah polygamous community

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Fullerton and a close male friend , whose name and age have not been revealed, both died after becoming sick at around the same time. It has been awhile since there's been an outbreak of E. The mother of Fullerton made a decision to clean the diapers as dogs have been around the garbage. Their biggest concern is to make sure the E. coli doesn't spread, he said. Read More »

Deadly cult gang kill 3 inside Ikorodu church

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In the end, the visitor, her daughter, and the church founder's daughter were confirmed dead while Mrs. Ajidara was rushed to an undisclosed hospital where she is battling for her life. The suspected hoodlums were arrested by men of the Lagos State Police Command in conjunction with the Oodua People's Congress (OPC). Reports indicated members of the mysterious killer cult usually bludgeon their victims, usually those living in uncompleted houses in isolated areas, to death with heavy stone ... Read More »

Canadian parent wants no gender designation on child's birth certificate

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Kori Doty, a non-binary trans parent who identifies as neither male nor female, gave birth to Searyl Atli last November and wants to raise it without imposing a gender . The parent gave birth to child Searyl Atli at a friend's home previous year in November and explained they want Searyl to grow up and tell them who they are. Read More »

Common reflux drug linked to early death

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Louis Cohen. Generally, prescription formulas are taken by patients with severe conditions for long periods, while lower-dose over-the-counter formulas are approved for only short-term use by the US Food and Drug Administration. Taking them regularly may increase your risk of early death by 50%. The study's authors said it was important that PPIs were used only when necessary and stopped when no longer needed. Read More »

Deadlock in Northern Ireland as Irish Language Remains Sticking Point

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They said that because the law failed to provide an exception to the ban even in such awful cases, it breached the UK's obligations under the Human Rights Act 1998 . Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale echoed the comments. In that case, the Court had allowed the Republic of Ireland a wide measure of discretion in how they made their laws because of the "profound moral views of the Irish people as to the nature of life". Read More »

A vlogger, who goes by Zhang, accidentally poisoned herself live on camera

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Unfortunately, Zhang had two leaves from Agave Americana, which looks similar but is far more deadly. But nearly immediately after taking the second bite, Zhang appears to realise something is amiss. She kept chewing on the plant and complained about its bitter taste for a while. Zhang is fortunately now in a stable condition. According to reports, Agave is used in small quantities to make Tequila, but the raw plant is extremely toxic. Read More »

Sagan wins 3rd stage of Tour de France, despite problems

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A 203.5 kilometre leg from Dusseldorf to Liege, the second stage was one for the sprinters. Quick-Step Floors team rider Martin finished ninth overall last year and is aiming to capture the yellow jersey exactly 30 years after his uncle Stephen Roche claimed Ireland's only victory in the famous race. Read More »

Tiger Woods checks out of rehab program

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Police said Woods told officers he didn't have anything to drink and hadn't taken any illegal drugs. Tiger Woods has completed an intensive program following his DUI arrest in May . "I want the public to know that alcohol was not involved", Woods said in a statement obtained by PEOPLE at the time. Woods has not played since February 2 in Dubai, and will miss the remainder of the PGA Tour season due to the back surgery. Read More »

Fine Felon and the Topshop Chick Were Making Out

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His chiselled good looks and piercing blue eyes disarmed women across the globe and landed a him a modelling contract when his prison mugshot went viral, and now Jeremy Meeks - more commonly known at the "Hot Felon" - seems to have stolen (rofl) the heart of Chloe Green . Read More »

Celebrating the Fourth of July

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Unfortunately, no details are given to let the reader know what the celebration will be like. The Declaration of Independence states: "The History of the present King of Great-Britain is a History of repeated Injuries and Usurpations, all having in direct Object the Establishment of an absolute Tyranny over these States". Read More »

Everton confirm Sandro Ramirez signing

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The Toffees are believed to have met the 21-year-old's buy-out clause of ₤ 5.25 m, taking their spending so far this summer season past 60m pound. Jordan Pickford, Davy Klaassen and Henry Onyekuru completed moves from Sunderland , Ajax and KAS Eupen respectively earlier in the transfer window. Read More »

The Spectranetics Corporation (NASDAQ:SPNC) Rating Lowered to Neutral at Northcoast Research

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It has outperformed by 50.67% the S&P500. Acasti Pharma Inc is a Canada-based biopharmaceutical company. The stock exchanged hands 32.24 Million shares versus average trading capacity of 395.56 Million shares. Millennium Mgmt Lc stated it has 1.12 million shares or 0.06% of all its holdings. On Tuesday, September 22 the stock rating was initiated by UBS with "Sell". Read More »

Pete Frates trolls Twitter after false report of his death

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To contradict reports that he had died, Frates posted a video on Monday from his hospital bed at Massachusetts General Hospital. Peter Frates, who earned global fame through his widely known ice bucket challenge , which raised more than $250 million for research into amyotrophic lateral sclerosis , is back in the hospital but not dead, despite some media reports. Read More »

Plane crash in Georgia kills four people

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The NTSB is also investigating the Georgia crash. Langford said this is the second crash he's responded to in his time as sheriff. The pilot was the only person in the plane. It happened off of Old 411 South near Piney Hill Road. Murray County officials were using drones to fly over areas which were not easily accessible in the wooded areas south of where the cabin was found searching for more debris. Read More »

Portugal win Bronze at FIFA Confederations Cup

The teams played to a 2-2 draw in the group stage at the beginning of the tournament. Portugal, who missed a spot kick given thanks to the video assistant referees 16 minutes into the match , were awarded a second penalty after 104 minutes when Miguel Layun handled the ball. Read More »

Pope: Charlie Gard's parents should be able to treat him

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On Tuesday, the parents lost a bid to take Charlie to the USA for trial therapy when the European Court of Human Rights sided with earlier rulings that continued treatment would cause "significant harm" and that life support should end. "Please respect our privacy while we prepare to say the final goodbye to our son Charlie". His doctors at Great Ormond Street Hospital had fought the bid, saying that the treatment is experimental and will not help him. Read More »

India's Nikkei Manufacturing PMI at four-month low in June

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Activities in the manufacturing industry in Nigeria expanded in the month of June as the Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) rose to 52.9 index points from 52.5 index points in May 2017. However, it added that overall client demand across the region appeared to dwindle further, as new business growth was the weakest of the past five months. Read More »

GST will end Inspector Raj: Shah

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Mr Shah said a BJP worker explained the reason behind this to him. Addressing the gathering, Shah hailed the Goods and Services Tax (GST) saying "the new tax regime would accelerate the country's economic growth and bring an end to the inspector raj". Read More »

CDC: Teen birth rate drops again to all-time low

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Births among 15-to 19-year-olds have declined dramatically since 2007 - more than 50 percent, said lead researcher Brady Hamilton, a statistician at CDC's National Center for Health Statistics. He said more teens are using long-lasting birth control, such as implants and intrauterine devices (IUDs ), which make unintended pregnancy less likely. Read More »

Washington approves US$1.3 billion arms sale to Taiwan

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State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert said the agreement included "seven proposed defense sales for Taiwan ", adding that the deal was valued at "about $1.42 billion". "What we have to do is prepare all options because the President has made clear to us that he will not accept a nuclear power in North Korea, and a threat that can target the United States and target the American population", McMaster told a Washington think tank. Read More »

Revised travel ban to go in effect Thursday night

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Lawyers and human rights activists took up positions at major United States airports as a weakened version of President Donald Trump's travel ban took effect late on Thursday. Akram says those who will be most impacted by the ban are those who visit the US for travel or on business. The dependents of the students should also have no problem traveling, if they have valid F2 visas. Read More »

IDF strikes Syrian artillery in response to earlier crossfire

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Over the past week, the IDF has responded to such fire by striking Syrian army positions, including an attack last Saturday that reportedly killed two Syrian soldiers. It said the Syrian shell caused no injuries Friday, the latest in several such incidents of this week. The Saturday incident is the fifth such incident in the Golan Heights within a week. Read More »

State government shuts down

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The Maine House voted 87-60 to enact the budget on Friday night. Only Democrats - urging passage of the compromise budget - spoke before the second House vote. Democratic House Speaker Sara Gideon and Republican Senate President Michael Thibodeau said they are optimistic and expect lawmakers to vote on Friday. Read More »

Spider-Man: Homecoming Review #2

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In between lessons on linear acceleration and Niels Bohr, he's been told by Iron Man ( Robert Downey Jr ) to build up his superhero smarts "friendly neighbourhood" style. Thinking about the possible ways to breathe life back into the "Spider-Man" franchise, the studio considered releasing a new standalone series, as well as reintroducing the web slinger in the film "Sinister Six", which unfortunately was eventually scrapped. Read More »

West Nile virus detected in West Virginia's Cabell County

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Symptoms of human West Nile virus infections typically begin within 14 days following the insect bite and consist of low-grade fever, muscle and joint aches, fatigue, and headaches. Avoid exposure during these times and in these areas. Eliminate all sources of standing water on your property, including flowerpots, gutters, buckets, pool covers, birdbaths, old vehicle tires, rain gutters and pet bowls. Read More »

Dozen frustrated Dems face steep challenge to unseat Pelosi

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Republicans have won all four of the four special elections that have been held under President Trump . Yet each time, Republicans beat back the advances. They just don't know how to make it happen. As Democrats seek to regroup, they are hobbled by a glaring omission: no clear party protagonist has emerged as a potential challenger to Trump in 2020. Read More »

OR testing mosquitoes for Zika virus

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It's the first time a pool of mosquitoes have tested positive this season. Residents of Columbus should call 311. "Most people who contract West Nile virus, about 70-80 percent, don't get sick but those who do can be severely ill", said Dr. Read More »