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West Ham United launch shirt auction in aid of Mexican earthquake relief

West Ham United launch shirt auction in aid of Mexican earthquake relief

West Ham striker Javier Hernandez admits that the London derby against Tottenham Hotspur will be special, but he has stressed that he plays with the same kind of passion and attitude in all gam...

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Hurricane Maria damage as Puerto Rico loses power before storm's path hits

Hurricane Maria damage as Puerto Rico loses power before storm's path hits

The last Category 4 hurricane landfall in Puerto Rico occurred in 1932, and the strongest storm to ever hit the island was San Felipe in 1928 with winds of 160 miles per hour. Puerto Rico has be...

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Chelsea FC's run of red cards leaves coach Antonio Conte bemused

Chelsea FC's run of red cards leaves coach Antonio Conte bemused

Chelsea are third with 10 points. Every game against Arsenal is always very tough, we knew very well what type of game we had to face. The result is also Arsenal's first point at Stamford Bridg...

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India shares Myanmar's concern about 'extremist violence': PM Modi

India shares Myanmar's concern about 'extremist violence': PM Modi

Prime Minister Modi appreciated the measures taken by Myanmar towards peace and national reconciliation and commended the on-going peace process in the country. Former president Asif Zardari had award...

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Lewis wins for Houston, donates $195K check

Lewis wins for Houston, donates $195K check

The American golfing star had promised earlier in the week to donate her prize money to the Hurricane Harvey relief effort. She is one shot ahead of a trio of players - Mexico's Gaby Lopez (64), D...

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3-magnitude 'explosion' detected in North Korea, says USGS

3-magnitude 'explosion' detected in North Korea, says USGS

According to the USGS , the seismic activity - which the scientific agency has not identified as an quake per se - occurred 24 kilometers east northeast of Sungjibaegam, North Korea. Pacific island t...

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Japan, South Korea agree to seek stronger United Nations resolution against N. Korea

Japan, South Korea agree to seek stronger United Nations resolution against N. Korea

Britain "will be working with our worldwide partners, as we have done previously, but we will be re-doubling our efforts with our global partners to put pressure on North Korea to stop these illegal a...

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Bawana Bypoll: AAP's Ram Chander defeats BJP's Ved Prakash by 24052 votes

Bawana Bypoll: AAP's Ram Chander defeats BJP's Ved Prakash by 24052 votes

But the result of the by-election for the Delhi assembly seat of Bawana has done exactly that. AAP candidate Ram Chander received 42042 votes after 17 rounds of counting, whereas the Congress nomine...

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Sterling scores and red as Man City beat Cherries

Sterling scores and red as Man City beat Cherries

After recovering from a poor opening 13 minutes City dominated possession, although Bournemouth were always a threat with Jermain Defoe , making his first start since joining, and Josh King both li...

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President Trump is dividing the country

President Trump is dividing the country

That gathering, where 32-year-old Heather Heyer was killed while peacefully protesting the hate groups that had descended on Charlottesville, caused a massive wave of outrage - but a wavering resp...

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Saudi Arabia led coalition to blame for half of Yemen children deaths

Saudi Arabia led coalition to blame for half of Yemen children deaths

They are the first special Saudi forces in Aden since a Saudi-led coalition in 2015 started fighting Shiite Houthi rebels to restore Yemeni President Abed-Rabbo Mansour Hadi's internationally recogniz...

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S Korean Leader Prohibits US From Attacking N Korea Without Seoul's Content

The newspaper accused Moon of intending to "kick the buck for the escalating tensions on the Korean peninsula to the DPRK and carry out his treacherous "north policy" with the backing of outsiders...

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White rights activist Richard Spencer denied at University of Florida

White rights activist Richard Spencer denied at University of Florida

Spencer is a leader in the "alt-right" movement, blamed for a deadly outburst following a "Unite the Right" rally Saturday in Charlottesville that left one person dead after a auto plowed into a gro...

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After 16 Years, Another 9/11 Victim Identified

After 16 Years, Another 9/11 Victim Identified

The remains of a victim from the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center have been identified, a few weeks shy of the tragedy's 16th anniversary, the New York City medical examiner's office announced ...

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Long Island to get 4 new medical marijuana dispensaries

Long Island to get 4 new medical marijuana dispensaries

Integrating five additional registered organizations into the industry utilizing a phased-in approach was a recommendation of the Department's two-year report on the Medical Use of Marijuana Under th...

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'Consider e-cigarettes in tobacco control plans', study recommends

'Consider e-cigarettes in tobacco control plans', study recommends

For the study , published today in the journal BMJ , researchers analyzed survey data from over 160,000 people spanning nearly 15 years. "Use of e-cigarettes was associated both with a higher quit...

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First Human Embryos Edited in US

First Human Embryos Edited in US

Although none of the embryos were allowed to develop for more than a few days - and there was never any intention of implanting them into a wombâ€"the experiments are a milestone on what may prove t...

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Seven civilians killed by vehicle bomb in North Sinai

Seven civilians killed by vehicle bomb in North Sinai

The announcement came a day after seven civilians were killed in a foiled attack on a checkpoint with an explosives-laden vehicle. Panic stricken-civilians can be seen running for cover in the video...

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Charlie Gard's dad yells, mom weeps after brain scan called 'sad'

Charlie Gard's dad yells, mom weeps after brain scan called 'sad'

The highest courts in the United Kingdom and Europe have sided with the medical professionals at the Great Ormond Street Hospital, repeatedly ruling that continuing treatment offers no benefit to litt...

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Family Of Minneapolis Police Shooting Victim Hires Philando Castile Lawyer

Family Of Minneapolis Police Shooting Victim Hires Philando Castile Lawyer

Justine Damond's devastated Australian family are poised to file a massive civil lawsuit in the United States courts against the City of Minneapolis and the police officer who shot her dead. WILLIA...

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Aids Deaths Halve As More Get Drugs

Aids Deaths Halve As More Get Drugs

Deaths linked to AIDS have dropped by half in the past decade, according to a new report . The latest progress report from UNAIDS shows significant strides towards achieving the 90-90-90 target...

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International Indian Film Academy 2017 awards in NY

International Indian Film Academy 2017 awards in NY

Our ELLE June covergirl Sonakshi Sinha contributed to the blinding flash of bling in a sheer mermaid gown from La Bourjoisie, while Disha Patani pulled a Bella Hadid at Cannes earlier this year in an ...

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Americans Are Feeling Great Again - but it's not because of Trump

Americans Are Feeling Great Again - but it's not because of Trump

The president who came closest to that mark was Gerald Ford, who saw a 39 percent approval rating six months into his term. Respondents also seem to hold a more negative view of Trump's capabiliti...

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United Kingdom court begins hearing case of terminally ill baby

United Kingdom court begins hearing case of terminally ill baby

The courts ruled against Charlie Gard's parents, saying that the trip to the United States would cause him, "significant harm". On Friday, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, where Charlie ...

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Pakistan accuses India of violating ceasefire after two civilians killed in J&K

Pakistan accuses India of violating ceasefire after two civilians killed in J&K

Two people, including a girl, were killed and three citizens were injured, the statement added. They were referred to District Hospital Poonch, where they are undergoing treatment. Sources said mili...

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Consumers not complaining about GST, only some traders are: FM

Consumers not complaining about GST, only some traders are: FM

All states, except Jammu and Kashmir , have already cleared the State GST (SGST) Bill, and are ready for embracing the new tax regime. Earlier, the PDP-BJP coalition had failed to come to a consens...

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Alton Sterling's Family Readies Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against Baton Rouge Police Department

Alton Sterling's Family Readies Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against Baton Rouge Police Department

The Minneapolis suburb of St. Anthony agreed to a almost $3 million settlement with the mother of Philando Castile , a 32-year-old school cafeteria worker shot five times by Officer Jeronimo Yanez du...

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Charlie Gard's parents given more time before life support is turned off

Charlie Gard's parents given more time before life support is turned off

After the ECHR's decision , Gard and Yates said they had begged the hospital to be given the weekend for friends and family to see Charlie but that their plea had been rejected. However, on Friday,...

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Clue in the missing Chinese student investigation

Clue in the missing Chinese student investigation

University police said Zhang got off a public bus moments before the 4-door hatchback pulled up in front of her on the north end of campus. University of Illinois Police in a recent update also said...

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Severe weather poised to impact central Plains on Thursday

Severe weather poised to impact central Plains on Thursday

We're tracking the potential for some storms, especially near the Kansas/Nebraska state line into the evening through overnight hours. The Storm Prediction Center has upgraded much of Northwest Arka...

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Californians terminated lives under aid-in-dying law a year ago

Californians terminated lives under aid-in-dying law a year ago

The data from the California Department of Public Health found that 191 individuals received prescriptions for aid-in-dying drugs between June 9, 2016, and December 31 of the same year. California o...

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Murray withdraws from exhibition match because of sore hip

Murray withdraws from exhibition match because of sore hip

World number one Andy Murray has pulled out of his first exhibition match at Hurlingham Club with a sore hip. Murray is still expected to play on Friday before he begins the defence of his W...

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Defiant May vows to lead Britain to Brexit after United Kingdom election blow

But media reports suggest they had demanded the departure of May's joint chiefs of staff, Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill , as the price for allowing the 60-year-old vicar's daughter to stay in offic...

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Washing hands in cold water as good as hot

Washing hands in cold water as good as hot

Raymond Pontzer, director of infection prevention for UPMC in Pittsburgh, who was not involved in the study . Surely even the laziest among us - those who give their hands a cursory rinse, or worse...

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Pope Francis meets with Canadian Prime Minister

Pope Francis meets with Canadian Prime Minister

Trudeau, a Catholic who was educated at a Jesuit school and a fervent backer of gay rights , later said that he told the pontiff "about how important it is for Canadians to move forward on a real r...

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