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Vatican: Holy communion bread can not be gluten


So, he asked the bishops to ensure "full respect" of the canonical norms on the part of the producers. However, he did make exceptions for those who an intolerant to wine, and said the use of mustum is considered a "valid matter" for the sacrament. Read More »

Antibiotic-Resistant Gonorrhoea On The Rise, New Drugs Needed - WHO Warns


Left untreated, the infection can cause serious health problems including long-term abdominal pain and pelvic inflammatory disease , which could lead to ectopic pregnancy and infertility. The bacteria that cause gonorrhea are very intelligent, according to epidemiologist Teodara Wi from the WHO . It said lack of public awareness, lack of training of health workers, and stigma around sexually transmitted infections remained barriers to greater and more effective use of these interventions. Read More »

State police: Fort Drum soldier arrested for killing wife, state trooper


CNN affiliate WWNY quoted police as saying that woman was Walters' wife, but police would not confirm the connection to CNN. 'Trooper Davis served as a member of the New York State Police for four years and his death is yet another sad reminder of the risks law enforcement officers face each day in order to protect our communities and serve the residents of this great state'. Read More »

Max Verstappen to leave Red Bull seeking Ferrari move


Ricciardo was secure in third place for most of the race with the sole challenge coming from Hamilton in the closing laps. "For me personally, the podium, it's another awesome trophy in the cabinet, but to be within 10 seconds, and everyone finished", Ricciardo said. Read More »

Richie Porte crashes spectacularly out of Tour de France


Porte crashed and abandoned later on the descent of the Mont du Chat . Even before the peloton and leaders had reached the tougher sections of Mont du Chat in the final stages, the news that Thomas had broken his collarbone came, ruling the Welshman out of the tour. Read More »

Charlie Gard could be made an American so he can access treatment


The couple are expected to join a demonstration outside Great Ormond Street Hospital today when a petition of over 350,000 signatures will be delivered, calling on doctors to allow the baby to travel to the USA for treatment. The hospital said on Friday that it had not changed its view that Charlie had experienced "catastrophic and irreversible brain damage" and the experimental treatment, known as nucleoside therapy, "would be futile and would prolong Charlie's suffering". Read More »

PM Modi delighted as Ahmedabad becomes India's first World Heritage city


Taking to Twitter, the Prime Minister said, "A matter of vast joy for India!" Gujarat's Chief Minister Vijay Rupani also took to social media to express his happiness. Known as Karnavati, the area where Ahmedabad is came under the control of many dynasties from Chalukya to the end of British rule in India. Defeating Mumbai and Delhi, the Gujarat capital emerged as victor. Read More »

As expected, Wizards match Nets' $106 million offer to Otto Porter


The Wizards were expected to match any competing offer on Porter's services. The deal comes into effect for the upcoming 2017-18 season, in which Porter will make $24.8 million and become the team's highest paid player. The Wizards made it clear that they meant to match any offer thrown Porter's way, but they admittedly hoped it was for a more cap-friendly deal. He averaged 13.4 points and 6.4 rebounds on 43.4 percent shooting from three-point range, emerging as a necessary member of a Wizards ... Read More »

Six rebel Trinamul MLAs meet, support Ram Nath Kovind


Passing a comment on Kovind's address to the legislators in the state on Friday, UDP president and Leader of Opposition, Dr Donkupar Roy said that he is impressed with Kovind's stance on "Supremacy of the Constitution". According to sources, the party has been able to obtain support of some AITC MLAs and also some of the Congress MLAs in the North Eastern States. Meanwhile, three independent MLAs - Kalsingh Bhabar, Sudesh Rai and Dinesh Munmun - have also extended support to the NDA's ... Read More »

Costa Set For Atletico Return

Conte had been in regular contact and was making tactical plans for next season with Lukaku in his starting line-up. If Diego Costa feels unwanted at Chelsea , he must know by now that he will be welcomed with open arms at Besiktas. With Costa set to rejoin Atletico Madrid , Chelsea will be forced to consider renewing their interest in Alvaro Morata or moving for Torino's Andrea Belotti. Read More »

Clapper Warns Russians Could Go After GOP


First on the big picture, In a foreign country next to a foreign leader the day before he meets Russian Federation, the president of Russian Federation, did he just throw the USA intelligence community under the bus? "I remember it because my fingerprints were on it", Clapper said of the 2002 assessment. Read More »

China's new solar plant is absolutely adorable


The Panda Power Plant in Datong, China will stretch 1,500 acres when complete. Many solar farms look faintly sinister, with rows and rows of mirror-like solar panels pointing towards a central tower. Panda Power Plant could empower about 8,000 households and has an output of 50 MW. The black part of the pandas is composed of monocrystalline silicon - the base material for silicon chips - and the grey and white part are thin film solar cells. Read More »

South Africa´s Rabada banned from second England Test


South Africa's highly-rated young seamer Kagiso Rabada will miss the second Test against England at Trent Bridge after telling Ben Stokes to "f*** off". Rabada, playing in just his 18th Test, is already seventh in the ICC Test bowling rankings, boasting 74 wickets at an average of 24.39. Rabada, one of the rising stars of world cricket, having taken 71 wickets in just 17 Tests prior to this match, was already on thin ice after an on-field physical clash with Sri Lanka's Niroshan ... Read More »

NASCAR XFINITY race at Kentucky Speedway moved to Saturday

Behind him were Kyle Larson, Ryan Blaney and Kyle Busch . 4 Toyota, owned by NASCAR Cup regular Kyle Busch, was soon back in front 40 laps later and spent much of the 225-mile race holding off a slew of pursuers for his third victory this season and fifth of his career. Read More »

Endo to pull opioid from market under FDA pressure


The regulator's request followed the recommendation of an independent panel of advisers, which concluded that the drug's benefits no longer outweighed its risks. Opana ER received approval in 2006, though the company introduced a newer version in 2012 created to make abuse via oral use or snorting more hard. Read More »

James Clapper Confronts CNN's Narrative... While on CNN


Simple yes or no would suffice. The establishment media's when nuts when President Trump's said Thursday in Poland that countries other than Russian Federation may have been involved with meddling in the 2016 USA election . Clapper said Trump not taking a stiff line on Russian interference encourages Putin to "keep doing what he's doing", and said a CNN report on United States officials noting increased Russian spying reinforced his belief on the matter. Read More »

11 teens ill after eating drug-laced gummy bears


Several were also suffering from hallucinations. He told a deputy that he took an unknown drug and wanted to go to the emergency room. Police determined that the gummy bears contained THC, or tetrahydrocannabinol, which is found in marijuana. Read More »

Mississippi Confirms West Nile Virus Infection In Resident


At 8 p.m. they found that 1 of the 13 pools tested positive for the disease. The positive mosquitoes were found in Point Place, Scott Park, and in Sylvania Township north of Wildwood Preserve Metropark. Less than one percent of people who are infected with West Nile virus will develop a serious neurologic illness such as encephalitis or meningitis. The virus can cause fever, headaches, nausea, vomiting, body aches, skin rash and swollen lymph glands. Read More »

SC halts counselling, admissions to IITs under JEE-Advanced


The Bench stayed the counselling and also directed High Courts not to entertain any petitions relating to the issue. IIT aspirants had knocked the doors of the top court against the grace marks granted to all students even though the mistake was only in Hindi question paper. Read More »

Ranbir-Katrina talk about Jagga Jasoos, Tin Tin and trolls


According to the director, a story like " Jagga Jasoos " was an essential for Bollywood, he says, "During my children's vacation, I am compelled to show them Hollywood films that cater to children, because Bollywood doesn't produce sufficient films for them". Read More »

How Osun varsity student was killed


Police Commissioner Olufimihan Adeoye said the suspects - Sakariyahu Abdulrafiu, a 19-year-old herbalist apprentice and two of his friends, Ayuba Ibrahim (24) and Yusuff Kareem (18) - allegedly committed the crime on June 26 at 7:30 p.m at Oke-Bale in Osogbo. Read More »

ALERT: Oral sex 'producing untreatable gonorrhoea'


Oral sex and a decline in condom use has been blamed for helping the disease to spread. "Every time we use a new class of antibiotics to treat the infection, the bacteria evolve to resist them", said Dr Wi. Most women with the infection have no symptoms and 40 per cent of men don't either. The researchers said several factors contribute to rising resistance, including decreased condom use, increased urbanization and travel, poor detection rates and inadequate or failed treatment. Read More »

High sugar intake in pregnancy linked to double risk of child asthma


The study's lead-researcher, Professor Seif Shaheen, said, "We can not say on the basis of these observations that a high intake of sugar by mothers in pregnancy is definitely causing allergy and allergic asthma in their offspring". "However, given the extremely high consumption of sugar, we will certainly be investigating this hypothesis further with some urgency", Shaheen said. Read More »

Who the Heck is Georges St-Pierre Going to Fight?

But now, it's a vastly different man walking to the cage than the one who debuted in the UFC after winning "TUF Smashes". "Georges, if you're watching, which I know you are because you want to know what I'm saying", Bisping said. Wrestling, it's hard to wrestle someone who hits hard and is hitting you a lot, so there's that. The striking game is my game and I'm fast, I'm powerful, I have hurting power. Read More »

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Djokovic breezes through at Wimbledon


Del Potro had lost the first set 6-4 and was trailing 3-2 in the second before the delay, but Gulbis wasn't distracted by the interruption as he powered to a memorable win. "I don't necessarily need to agree with that but it's his right". But it's his right. Djokovic did posit a theory, however. But Djokovic laughed off McEnroe's comments and joked the American icon may have been offended because he hit him with a ball while warming up for his first- round match on Tuesday. Read More »