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UK's Boris Johnson on "horror" of Rohingya crisis


The Vatican says Pope Francis and his deputies thanked Bangladesh for welcoming Rohingya Muslim refugees from Myanmar and expressed hope for a "just and lasting solution to their ordeal" during a meeting with Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Read More »

#DayZero Pushed Back to June, As Drought Declared a National Disaster


On Tuesday, the predicted date for Day Zero was pushed back to June 4 after consumption cuts. They continue to be concerned that seasonal rainfall expected to start around May could be low. However, the decision to declare a national disaster means the central government - which is run by the African National Congress (ANC) - will now take responsibility for relief efforts. Read More »

Chelsea attacker could join top European side permanently in the summer


Dortmund secured him for the second half of the campaign last month as a replacement for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. The 24-year-old has enjoyed a fine start to life in Germany, scoring twice on his debut against Koln. The striker has been involved in four goals in his first two Bundesliga games, and due to his brilliant start Dortmund are said to be ready to make a permanent move for the striker in the summer, as reported by the Evening Standard . Read More »

3 years of AAP: Arvind Kejriwal promises free WiFi, roads, drains


The ministers along with the chief minister will also highlight the achievements of the AAP government at a programme to be hosted at the New Delhi Municipal Corporation convention centre. To improve road conditions in Delhi, Kejriwal said that they will direct the departments to fix roads which digs up road irrespective of land-owning agency. Read More »

2nd child death associated with flu reported in NJ


The child has been identified as Nevaeh Hernandez, a kindergarten student at Lincoln School in North Bergen, PIX11 has confirmed. "Our hearts, thoughts, and prayers are with you during this hard time". The flu, which can be easily spread from person to person through direct contact, on surfaces or droplets in the air, has caused 63 pediatric deaths nationally as of February 3, according to the U.S. Read More »

Ants nurse wounded warriors back to health, says study


These same ants, a species called Megaponera analis , were observed previous year bringing their injured back to the nest , but no one knew what happened to the wounded ants after that, said study leader Erik Frank , a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Lausanne in Switzerland. Read More »

New cancer-fighting nanorobots to shrink tumours


Arizona State University scientists, in collaboration with researchers from the National Center for Nanoscience and Technology (NCNST) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, have successfully programmed nanorobots to shrink tumors by cutting off their blood supply . Read More »

April 20 Pot Holiday Linked to Spike in Fatal Car Crashes


Staples and UofT professor Donald Redelmeier examined 25 years of National Highway Traffic Safety Administration data on all fatal traffic crashes in the United States between 4:20 p.m. It's in the best interest of drivers everywhere to bring cannabis use out of the shadows, and provide 4/20 partygoers with safe transportation and an assurance that their chosen pastime is just as acceptable as a drunken Super Bowl party. Read More »

U.S. woman first to be infected with 14 eye worms


Abby Beckley believes she's one of the first patients to report the infection. "Cases of eye worm parasitic infections are rare in the USA, and this case turned out to be a species of the Thelazia that had never been reported in humans", said lead author Richard Bradbury, from the CDC's Division of Parasitic Diseases and Malaria. Read More »

Why eating quickly could accelerate weight gain


Compared with people who eat quickly, those who ate at a normal speed were 29 per cent less likely to be obese, rising to 42 per cent for those who ate slowly. Jebb said that while there's little definitive proof that slowing your eating speed has a direct impact on your weight, it's unlikely to hurt. The data also pulled out two other habits that might increase the odds of obesity: eating dinner within two hours of going to sleep, and snacking after dinner. Read More »

USA woman with headaches wakes up with British accent


According to the Washington Post , the condition was first recorded in 1907 when French neurologist Pierre Marie observed a man in Paris speaking in a local German dialect after suffering a stroke. The injury distorted the rhythm and melody of her speech, suggesting a foreign accent to those who heard her speak. Foreign Accent Syndrome (FAS ) is a rare but diagnosed illness that typically occurs following severe trauma. Read More »

Dominant Antibiotic Fighting Against Bacterial Strains Discovered In Soil


In December 2016, the United Nations elevated the problem of antibiotic resistance to crisis level , calling it a "fundamental, long-term threat to human health, sustainable food production, and development". The team of researchers led by Sean F. Brady, a chemist and associate professor, and his colleagues at Rockefeller University in NY looked at the bacterial DNA from 2,000 soil samples that were taken from different parts of United States. Read More »

83% Of Influenza-Like Illness In Younger Hoosiers; Deaths Reach 167 Statewide


The CDC considers the 2014-15 season "moderately severe" with high levels of illness, hospitalizations and deaths compared with previous seasons and has used it as a comparison to the current season. Epidemiologists and virus experts don't have an explanation yet for why the flu this season has been worse than usual, Schuchat said. In Oregon and Hawaii, flu is occurring at a more limited regional level, rather than statewide. Read More »

EPL: How Wenger's decision will force Lacazette out of Arsenal


The deal led to a flurry of activity in the end of the window, which saw Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang making his way to Arsenal and Olivier Giroud depart for Chelsea. He needs to improve or face the exit this summer. It is a bit of a false dawn, the new signings and what they did last week against Everton . United manager Jose Mourinho's lack of trust in Mkhitaryan has been blamed for the latter's failure to make a lasting impression at Old Trafford, but he insisted he has nothing to prove ... Read More »

Mooy cleared of serious injury after Terriers win


That, too, was a 4-1 victory, at Watford but, given Huddersfield had scored three goals in the eight matches since, few were expecting them to have another three in 67 minutes here. Huddersfield might have been expected to wilt first, given the energy expended, but on 67 minutes Pritchard led from the front again, closing down Nathan Ake. Read More »

No. 20 MI holds off late Wisconsin rally


MI (20-7, 9-5) remained one game behind fourth-place Nebraska in the conference standings, which is important since the top-four seeds earn double-byes in the upcoming Big Ten tournament. Brevin Pritzl added 13 points. The Badgers have won 13 of the last 14 games against the Wolverines in the Kohl Center. “Just too much early, and with the way they spread the got us out of being able to play two bigs together because we had to be able to cover more on the perimeter, ” coach Greg ... Read More »

Two Turkish troops killed as helicopter downed in Syria

Speaking in Istanbul, Erdogan said: "One of our helicopters was downed just recently". Four more Turkish soldiers have been killed in northern Syria , the Turkish military said late Saturday, bringing the day's death toll to 11 in what has been the most lethal day since Ankara's offensive on Syrian Kurdish militias began. Read More »

Brookdale Senior Living (BKD) Getting Somewhat Positive Media Coverage, Report Shows

The company's institutional ownership is monitored at 0.25 percent. (NYSE: BKD ) for 839,965 shares. Mitsubishi Ufj Trust holds 153,100 shares or 0% of its portfolio. RBC Capital Markets maintained Brookdale Senior Living Inc. (NYSE:BKD) is 33.192700. This is calculated by taking weekly log normal returns and standard deviation of the share price over one year annualized. Read More »

Nigeria's Dana Air blames passenger after door falls off


DANA Air today debunked falsehood alleging that the door of one of its aircraft fell off after landing and whilst taxing in Abuja earlier today. "We informed one of the air hostesses who insisted that it was locked", he added. A statement by Dana Air of the alleged incident read,"We wish to state categorically that this could never have happened without a conscious effort by a passenger to open it". Read More »

Check out Mychal Kendricks' account of the Eagles' Super Bowl parade

I love you all", he concluded. The photo shows a man identified only as Dennis, wearing a Philadelphia Eagles jacket, jersey, and hat, and holding an urn in his left arm. Nick Saban made a decision to bench his star player Jalen Hurts and put in backup Tua Tagovailoa to win the game. "And the number one feeling I have had the past 4 days is gratitude", Tom begins. Read More »

Leicester City's Riyad Mahrez reports to training ground, ends strike


The match at Wembley also saw a Premier League record attendance of 83,222, only 38 short of the all-time English league record, which was set at Manchester City's old ground of Maine Road in 1948. The Algerian winger joined up with his team-mates on Friday but whether his arrival has come too late to be considered for selection against ironically the same City outfit he nearly joined in January remains to be seen. Read More »

Serena Focus On FedCup But Unsure About Grand Slam Return


Williams defeated Arantxa Rus 6-1, 6-4 on Saturday to give the U.S. a 1-0 lead over the Netherlands on the U.S. Cellular Center's indoor hard court. The 37-year-old Williams improved her career singles record to 776-224. After racing through the opening set, Williams was made to work in the second where the first five games all ended in service breaks. Read More »

Las Vegas concert shooter's autopsy released


Mandalay Bay hotel of Las Vegas will eliminate its 32nd floor by the end of this week, from where gunman Stephen Paddock rained bullets on ground in October previous year, killing 58 and wounding more than 500 others. According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the autopsy was performed on October 6 but was only released Friday after the news outlet and the Associated Press requested for it to be turned over. Read More »

Swansea boss Carvalhal delighted with Burnley: Everything so dark when I arrived


Ayew, who rejoined Swansea from West Ham on transfer deadline day, replaced Martin Olsson in the second half on the 59th minute and his introduction inspired Carlos Carvalhal side to grab a win over Sean Dyche side. Burnley, who had eight first-team players out due to injury, stayed seventh in the table after a 10th game without victory. In a first half devoid of entertainment, Swansea had more possession while Burnley carried the greater goal threat. Read More »

Mountain Capital Investment Advisors Inc Raises Holdings in Apple Inc. (AAPL)

Janus Henderson Group PLC now owns 21,854,159 shares of the iPhone maker's stock worth $3,367,571,000 after acquiring an additional 1,850,572 shares in the last quarter. (NASDAQ: AAPL ) rating on Tuesday, September 5. The rating was maintained by RBC Capital Markets on Wednesday, August 9 with "Buy". The rating was maintained by Jefferies on Friday, June 9 with "Hold". Read More »

(NASDAQ:NVDA) Shares Sold by Peregrine Asset Advisers Inc


Cookson Peirce & Co Inc increased Nvidia Corp ( NVDA ) stake by 1.41% reported in 2017Q3 SEC filing. Nvidia Corp now has $135.58B valuation. Shares of NVIDIA ( NVDA ) traded up $14.56 on Friday, reaching $232.08. (NYSE:AGO). Duncker Streett And has invested 0% of its portfolio in Assured Guaranty Ltd. (NYSE:AGO). Financial Architects Inc decreased Select Sector Spdr Tr (Put) (XLK) stake by 92,484 shares to 1,000 valued at $59,000 in 2017Q3. Read More »