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Ghana, Kenya And Malawi Get World-First Malaria Vaccine

Ghana, Kenya And Malawi Get World-First Malaria Vaccine

At an event on the eve of World Malaria Day in Nairobi, the United Nations health agency said more than 663 million cases have been averted since 2001 in sub-Saharan Africa, which shoulders 90% of...

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Maria Sharapova's first opponent since doping ban questions Russian's wild card

Cornet went a step further in comments published by French sports daily L'Equipe. You might be asking yourself why other tennis players care how Maria Sharapova gets to play. "All those "journeyman"...

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North Korea marks military anniversary with artillery, not missiles

North Korea marks military anniversary with artillery, not missiles

Senate on North Korea on Wednesday, Senate aides said . Speaking by phone with Trump on Monday, Xi urged all parties to avoid actions that might make the situation worse, and to work within the fram...

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Jose Mourinho happy to take gamble on criticising players

Jose Mourinho happy to take gamble on criticising players

Indeed, the two arch-rivals are separated by just one point and one place in the Premier League table with the Citizens desperately clinging onto fourth spot and the consequential Champions League qua...

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Johor boy who lost both legs after alleged beating at school dies

Johor boy who lost both legs after alleged beating at school dies

The local force said Thaqif had been beaten multiple times by an assistant warden at his school's hostel, the latest being on March 24. He was suspended after the alleged abuse came to light. "We want...

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Badminton Asia Championships: Sindhu advances, Saina out

Badminton Asia Championships: Sindhu advances, Saina out

Bollywood actress Shraddha Kapoor is being touted to be the next big thing and is surely leading the right way. However, Saina Nehwal lost 21-19, 16-21, 18-21 in the first round to Japan's Sayaka Sato...

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Afghanistan says massive United States bomb killed 36 militants

The show chose to play Toby Keith's pro-America anthem "Courtesy of the Red, White, and Blue", while viewers watched the footage of the massive bomb exploding in Afghanistan. Bombing, Backing Saudi De...

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Panel recommends keeping moratorium on Oklahoma executions

Panel recommends keeping moratorium on Oklahoma executions

The report, which took over a year and a half to investigate, is created to highlight issues about the manner in which the death penalty is imposed and carried out in Oklahoma. "We do not want that to...

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U.S. will honor 'dumb' Australia refugee deal

U.S. will honor 'dumb' Australia refugee deal

The deal is of paramount importance to the Australian government, which is under legal and political pressure to dismantle the camps. Pence, who arrived in Sydney late Friday, is on a three-day vi...

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Allardyce says Palace run is his best as manager

Allardyce says Palace run is his best as manager

WILFRIED ZAHA is set to open talks with Crystal Palace over a new double-your-money contract to keep him out of Tottenham's clutches. "He is a mature adult now". Allardyce suggested that fee would...

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Ted Cruz wants El Chapo to pay for Trump's border wall

Ted Cruz wants El Chapo to pay for Trump's border wall

Cruz has found support in fellow Republican Newt Gingrich, who called the bill's intent a "grand and fitting irony". Guzman was extradited to the United States in January, to face a sentence of li...

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Trump Finds a Trade Battle Worth Fighting

Trump Finds a Trade Battle Worth Fighting

The new USA duties of up to 24 percent on softwood lumber from Canada "gives us hope the USA lumber industry may finally see relief from decades of trade abuses", Reps. The five firms were: West Fras...

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Dale Earnhardt Jr. leaving NASCAR following the 2017 season

Do you feel like he could have kept driving a few more years? "About 18 months ago, I was on Twitter complaining about 8:30 (a.m.) practices, and I can't wait to do so now". "I wouldn't be a race dr...

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Eager Easter egg seekers enjoy Edinburg event

It was a 3- and 4-year-old mad-dash for the stash at the 2016 Easter Egg hunt . An egg hunt was held for children with visual impairments at the local Evansville Police Department FOP PAL Camp. "I ...

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Ghana, Kenya and Malawi to test first Malaria vaccine

Ghana, Kenya and Malawi to test first Malaria vaccine

World Health Organization is working with the three countries to facilitate regulatory authorization of the vaccine for use in the pilots through the African Vaccine Regulatory Forum. It is, however,...

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The old guys are coming up big so far in these playoffs

The old guys are coming up big so far in these playoffs

KUTV talked to him and his father, Jeff Carter. That means Landon was born without irises; Everything he sees is perpetually blurry. The Jazz are testing new technology that would allow vision-impa...

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Donald Trump makes space call to USA astronaut

She is also the first woman to command the International Space Station twice . Whitson returns to Earth in September . How wonderful it is that, now, girls can see an exceptional woman like her, a...

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How the 'Facebook Killer' Was Caught Thanks to Quick-Thinking McDonald's Workers

How the 'Facebook Killer' Was Caught Thanks to Quick-Thinking McDonald's Workers

Steve Stephens blamed his former girlfriend, Joy Lane , for the killing. Lane says her last conversation with Stephens was last Saturday and he told her he had quit his job and was moving out of s...

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ISIS denies suffering casualties from huge US bomb in Afghanistan

ISIS denies suffering casualties from huge US bomb in Afghanistan

A statement released Friday through ISIS' media wing, Amaq News Agency, said none of the terror group's fighters were killed or injured. "The number of IS militants killed in the USA bomb in Achin...

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Former President H.W. Bush still hospitalized, has bronchitis

Former President H.W. Bush still hospitalized, has bronchitis

McGrath said last week that the pneumonia has been resolved and that Bush was being held for observation of a persistent cough. The president is going to stay in the hospital for a few more days and m...

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Ivanka Trump in Berlin to talk women's economic empowerment

Ivanka Trump is in Berlin on her first worldwide outing as a White House adviser, where she will join German Chancellor Angela Merkel to discuss ways to encourage women's economic empowerment. But ...

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Simulating mom's womb in research to help earliest preemies

Premature infants would be removed at 28 weeks, at which point their chances of surviving under traditional neonatal care drastically increase. Fetuses are in a unique environment before birth. The ...

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MI schools to inaugurate basketball at Detroit arena

MI schools to inaugurate basketball at Detroit arena

The matchup between MI and Detroit Mercy will pay homage to the first event played at Joe Louis Arena on December 12, 1979 that MI won 85-72. The first basketball game at Joe Louis Arena was a Mic...

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Rajnath terms Chattisgarh attack a

Rajnath terms Chattisgarh attack a "cold blooded murder"

Around 7-8 personnel, who were earlier reported missing, have been accounted for, he said. "Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his government only believe in "jumlas" and have been indulging in it since...

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Regular bedtimes stop children from becoming overweight, study finds

Regular bedtimes stop children from becoming overweight, study finds

The research done by Ohio State University says, going to bed at the same time every day may help children to stop becoming overweight. As a result, they're less likely to develop into obese pre-tee...

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Disney teases new Star Wars starship luxury resort

Disney teases new Star Wars starship luxury resort

From the altered font color to the ominous words of Mark Hamill's Luke Skywalker at the end of The Last Jedi teaser, it seems like the film screams out a whole lot of peril for the Rebellion. Acco...

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African countries chosen to test 1st malaria vaccine

African countries chosen to test 1st malaria vaccine

WHO's latest report spotlights critical gaps in prevention coverage, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa. 69% of pregnant women across 20 African countries did not have access to the recommended trea...

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Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal in the mix at Barcelona Open

That's the most important thing for me. Obviously, I think that even if it has been sunny, I would have probably lost as well, but maybe it would have been a little bit different. I have been hitting ...

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Firefighters Battle Blaze at College Park Apartment Building

Firefighters Battle Blaze at College Park Apartment Building

Responding firefighters found flames and heavy smoke coming from the fifth floor of the 6-story building. The fire was first reported around 9:30 am in a mixed use building in the 4700 block of Berw...

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Teenager's wish will come true by announcing Ravens first draft pick

Teenager's wish will come true by announcing Ravens first draft pick

Onwuanibe received the news via a video from coach John Harbaugh. The Ravens informed Onwuanibe that he would play an integral role in revealing the No. Through Make-A-Wish, he requested the opportu...

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