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Aftermath of Paul Scandal Affects Smaller YouTube Content Creators

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Many YouTube users were not pleased with Logan Paul's video, its message, or those that stood up for him. " I am humble and thankful to say this is just the beginning ". "I don't think it's right what he did at all". Paul did apologize in a tweet saying, "This is a first for me". "I know I've let people down", he says after spending the previous three weeks to reflect and address his actions. Read More »

NH man bites police dog

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The first journalism lesson - "Dog bites man, that's not news". Wanted for an outstanding warrant in both resisted arrest before one exchanged bites with the talk. The suspect was hiding under the pile of clothes and later was caught by the police dog. The dog, identified on the New Hampshire Canine Trooper's Association Facebook page as K9 Veda of the New Hampshire State Police, was uninjured and cleared to return to duty. Read More »

Japan books 3.25 bln United States dollars goods trade surplus in December

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The region's overall imports from Japan rose 4.0 percent on the back of increasing demand for vehicle and machinery. Brent crude, used to price worldwide oils, fell 15 cents to $69.81. The surplus with the region expanded 51.8 percent for the third straight year of increase. In the full year 2017, Japan posted a second straight year of trade surplus at JPY 2.991 trillion (USD 27.2 billion), chiefly due to robust exports of semiconductors and cars. Read More »

India child, six, kidnapped from school bus

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The shocking incident comes a day before the Republic Day celebrations when the security has been heightened at the national capital. According to an eyewitness, the kidnappers ran immediately towards the Uttar Pradesh after which, the witnessed informed the police about the incident. Read More »

The Opioid Express: Illegal Chinese-made drugs entering United States via regular mail

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It is now the leading cause of accidental death in Ohio. The committee's investigators reported they were able to contact six "very responsive" sellers trying to market fentanyl or other synthetic opioids. The Postal Service, with a much higher volume of shipments, was waived from from the requirement. Shortly after the September 11 attacks, private shipping companies began requiring advanced electronic data from packages overseas to allow them to better track packages and hand them to U.S. Read More »

Health departments in Connecticut to offer flu shot clinics

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It's generally not the flu itself that will kill people, it's the secondary infections that start to develop, the viral infections of bacterial infections that can lead to pneumonia or sepsis. It takes two weeks for immunity to develop. While just a third of them (33%) have their flu shots , almost one in five (18%) say they plan on getting the vaccine at some point. Read More »

China makes breakthrough, successfully clones monkeys

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Zhong Zhong is the older sister, born eight weeks ago, while Hua Hua is just six weeks old. The two are identical. The monkeys' names come from the Chinese word " Zhonghua ", which means the Chinese people or nation. SCNT has up until now, proven hard to achieve in primates. This technique has been used to successfully clone over 20 species of animals, including dogs, cows, and pigs. Read More »

Spread of flu prompts executive order in NY

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The order suspends a state law that limits the authority of pharmacists to administer vaccines to anyone under age 18. Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed an executive order on Thursday which will increase measures to combat the statewide flu epidemic. Read More »

Trump "looking forward" to being interviewed in Russian Federation collusion probe

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Last month, Flynn pleaded guilty to lying to the Federal Bureau of Investigation about his contacts with the ambassador and is cooperating with Mueller's team. Separately, texts of interviews held behind closed doors in separate congressional investigations into Russian meddling could soon become public. "I expect Mueller to do his job", Grassley said Wednesday. Read More »

Church leads anti-Kabila protests

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Sunday's violence - an echo of bloodshed on New Year's Eve when Congolese forces killed at least seven people at a Catholic activists' protest in the capital - prompted condemnation from Western powers. "If security forces are going to be so brazen as to even attack the United Nations, then we are very concerned about the way that they're going to be treating other protesters", she said. Read More »

Asylum seekers will not be subjected to tests to determine sexuality

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The Hungarian authorities rejected his request, arguing that a psychological assessment had not confirmed his sexual orientation. F claimed that the tests prejudiced his fundamental rights, but Hungary's Institute of Forensic Experts and Investigators defended the methods used during the procedure for examining the asylum application . Read More »

Sartell Man Volunteering At Super Bowl

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One team hoists the Lombardi Trophy up in front of millions. The NFL has already rejected a print ad for the championship game program. Eagles fans flocked to the store in the Rockvale Outlets yesterday, excited and gearing up for their team to take on the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl on February 4. Read More »

Damien Chazelle Drama Gets Series Order At Apple

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The untitled project's plot is being kept under wraps, but Chazelle is expected to write and direct every episode. Both exec produce via their Original Headquarters and Automatik banners. "The Cupertino, Calif., company entered the streaming wars past year when it announced that it would spend more than $1 billion on a slate of original programming". Read More »

Use Turmeric To Improve Your Memory And Mood

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The study also found curcumin to be effective at reducing common symptoms of depression. Curcumin, the natural bright yellow chemical which lends curry its color, has been shown to improve memory and mood in people with mild, age-related memory loss. Read More »

One cigarette a day 'can increase cardiovascular risk'

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The report, in the British Medical Journal , said that a single daily cigarette "carries a risk of developing coronary heart disease and stroke much greater than expected: around half that for people who smoke 20 per day". In an accompanying editorial , Kenneth C. Johnson, PhD, of the University of Ottawa, wrote that the study findings have major public health implications: "Light smoking, occasional smoking, and smoking fewer cigarettes all carry substantial risk of cardiovascular ... Read More »

Diageo sales growth curbed by currency issues

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Net sales at the firm, who own brands including Gordon's, Smirnoff and Ketel One, rose 1.7 percent to £6.5 billion over the period, with operating profit up 6.1 percent to £2.2 billion. The strong performance of Don Julio in Mexico and the U.S. was one of the biggest drivers behind the trend. "Our financial performance expectations for this year remain unchanged", Diageo's chief executive Ivan Menezes said in a statement. Read More »

Padmaavat: Haryana to abide by SC orders

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To be able to duck the stones being thrown at them by the mob, the children and students hid themselves between the seats of the bus . "A bus was burnt in the incident", said a police official in Gurguram adding that there was no loss of life in the incident. Read More »

Zaira Wasim's Secret Superstar breaks a Dangal record; Wins three Filmfare awards

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Considering the current trend, it looks like Secret Superstar will set new box office records in China. For Secret Superstar , which was made on a budget of Rs. Aamir Khan's latest release in China recreating the same magic that film Dangal created past year. It is about a story of a 14-year-old girl who tries to achieve her dream to become a singer with the support of her mother. Read More »

Mob Protesting Against 'Padmaavat' Attacked School Bus Carrying Innocent Children

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If they're failing, they have no right to be in power. Protesters threw stones at a bus of GD Goenka School near Bhondsi in Sohna, breaking its windows, according to a report in NDTV . The controversial " Padmaavat " releases today amid tight security, a day after fringe groups like the Karni Sena rampaged through several states, clashing with police, burning vehicles and vandalising malls. Read More »

Shehzad returns as Pakistan off to attacking start in second T20

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After failing to fire in the first six games on New Zealand soil, their top order finally produced as Fakhar Zaman, Ahmed Shehzad, Babar Azam and skipper Sarfraz Ahmed all went past 40 in a total of 201-4. Bay Oval will host the series decider on Sunday. "We thought 170 was about a par but thought we could do better if we batted well in the first six overs". Read More »

Nigeria reports 16 Lassa fever deaths this year to date

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The media should also help us to enlighten our people. The governor said: "Lassa fever is caused by eating foods infected by the virus which is found in the droppings of some species of rats that eat some food and people come to eat it". "We advise that people report cases of fever of any sort to the nearest hospital, and doctors - by this development - have been advised on what to do when such cases are reported". Read More »

Flu infection may raise risk of heart attack

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The researchers also found an elevated risk of heart attack from other respiratory viruses, but none as high as flu. The group, reporting in The New England Journal of Medicine , did not examine whether flu-associated heart attacks are deadlier. Read More »

Have you had your VITAL cervical smear test?

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The NHS offers a cervical screening programme to all women from the age of 25. According to Dr. Linda Duska, an obstetrician-gynecologist at the University's Health System, there are about half a million cases globally of cervical cancer in which mortality rates are as high as 50 percent. Read More »

Angry Zidane talks of 'fiasco' as Real hit new low

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Meanwhile, Arsenal qualified for the final of the Carabao Cup after they defeated Chelsea 2-1. Karim Benzema pulled a goal back for Real Madrid , converting Lucas Vazquez and putting Madrid 2-1 ahead on aggregate. "The key was that we believed we could achieve this, even after the loss last week", Leganes coach Asier Garitano said. Asier Garitano's men caused Madrid plenty of problems in the opening leg and they nearly scored in the fifth minute here, Claudio Beauvue's free-kick ... Read More »

NSW rail workers ordered to suspend strike

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But the Fair Work Commission today ruled the strike action should be suspended for six weeks. The suspension of the strike and ban will last until March 8, the paper reported. NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian said their position had been "vindicated". "It's been timed optimally to cause maximum damage and maximum inconvenience to the patrons who use the rail network", he said on Thursday. Read More »

Vikings' Zimmer: Need to evaluate all QB options

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The Mike Zimmer Foundation announced on Twitter that a "flood of donations" has come in from Eagles fans, most apologizing for how fans treated the Vikings in Philadelphia. Zimmer said Bridgewater "is at the point where he can play". "That's something that we've just been effective at". Speaking at his season-ending news conference Tuesday morning, Zimmer touched on the progress Bridgewater made in returning from the devastating knee injury he suffered two days before the end of the 2016 ... Read More »

Carrefour Group appoints Publicis.Sapient for global e-commerce transformation

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Under the terms of the non-binding agreement, the company that rules China's social media world via WeChat will join the mainland supermarket operator to take an unspecified stake in Carrefour's China unit. Additionally, the storefronts can serve as last-mile fulfillment centers. Accepting the outside investments is part of a larger transformation plan for Carrefour that has been dubbed Carrefour 2022 . Read More »

US Schools Have Already Faced 11 Shooting Incidents This Year

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Authorities said the gunman, a 15-year-old student, entered Marshall County High School in Benton, Kentucky , with a handgun at 7:57 a.m. and began firing. The shooting occurred when the students had gathered at the common area before the first class. "It made it real, seeing the disarray". "It's horrifying that we can no longer call school shootings "unimaginable" because the reality is they happen with alarming frequency", said former Rep. Read More »