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British PM May Could Lose Majority in Upcoming Election, Projection Shows

British PM May Could Lose Majority in Upcoming Election, Projection Shows

Even though the FTSE share index hit a record high while other major stock markets in Europe failed, the United Kingdom rise was only half a percent. "The slide in the pound is another example of ...

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Naval Officers Attack Police Station in Calabar, Cops Feared Killed

Naval Officers Attack Police Station in Calabar, Cops Feared Killed

But Police spokesperson, Jimoh Moshood, could not be reached on the telephone at the time of filing this report . Sources say the Naval personnel came on a revenge mission following a misunderstand...

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Tobacco Kills 7 Million a Year

May 31 is marked by the World Health Organisation as World No Tobacco Day , and this year's theme is 'Tobacco - a threat to development'. The HSE also blamed the rise on an increase in "roll yo...

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'Faceless' fish discovered in deep sea off Australia

'Faceless' fish discovered in deep sea off Australia

The exploration of a deep-sea abyss off the coast of Tasmania, supported by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO), has resulted in discoveries ranging from curious...

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SNP manifesto sets out 'triple lock' for second referendum

Prime Minister Theresa May has rejected the SNP's demand for a new choice on secession, saying that it was not the time for another vote. Away from the SNP manifesto launch, The Times reports that...

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'Simple Truth' Macadamia Nuts, Cashews Recalled for Possible Listeria Contamination

'Simple Truth' Macadamia Nuts, Cashews Recalled for Possible Listeria Contamination

Kroger, Bakers, Dillons and Gerbes stores carry the Simple Truth line. Additionally, there's a separate, apparently unrelated, recall of Ava's brand cashews, also for potential Listeria contaminatio...

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Surgeon Ian Paterson jailed for needless breast operations

Surgeon Ian Paterson jailed for needless breast operations

Victims of jailed surgeon Ian Paterson have told how his crimes have left them with "painful mutilating scars" and struggling to trust medical professionals. "For the patients that he's looked after...

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Bombing in diplomatic area of Kabul kills 80, embassies heavily damaged

The Islamic State group has also claimed responsibility for several recent bombings in the Afghan capital, including a powerful blast targeting an armoured North Atlantic Treaty Organisation convo...

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Don't Know Whats Going on Between Kohli and Kumble: Sourav Ganguly

Don't Know Whats Going on Between Kohli and Kumble: Sourav Ganguly

In a separate report on Sunday, the Indian Express added that the dressing room's unhappiness with the coach has been conveyed to the Committee of Administrators, but the reasons for the rift have...

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OH sues 5 drug companies over opioid crisis

OH sues 5 drug companies over opioid crisis

Last year, he said, 2.3 million people in OH, or about a fifth of the state's population, were prescribed opioids. MS was the first. DeWine asks for the companies repay customers and pay damages, st...

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Alberta says committed to seeing Trans Mountain pipeline to completion

The location was chosen, in part, for its proximity to rapidly growing southwest neighbourhoods and the city's planned LRT expansion, Notley said. A historic deal is expected to be signed in Victori...

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Manchester bomber: Police in appeal to find suitcase

Hours before he set off a bomb believed to be hidden in a backpack, Manchester Arena suicide attacker Salman Abedi walked city streets toting a bright blue suitcase. A "trainee pilot" has been arr...

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Mosquitoes test positive for West Nile Virus in Godfrey

Mosquitoes test positive for West Nile Virus in Godfrey

Officials urge people to wear insect repellent and not to leave standing pools of water in their yards, which attracts the mosquitoes. Couple that with news of a Kansas City child mysteriously dying...

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India beat Bangladesh by 240 runs in a warm-up match

Kedar Jadhav is super excited to feature in his first ICC Champions Trophy , but the cricketer is also well aware about the fierce competition in the tournament, and an aggressive approach won't b...

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Alzheimer's deaths increase by 55 percent during last 15 years

Alzheimer's deaths increase by 55 percent during last 15 years

Most states - including Minnesota - experienced significant increases in their rates of Alzheimer's deaths. The data revealed that the age-adjusted Alzheimer's death rate had jumped from 16.5 per ...

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Car bombing in Baghdad kills 10, wounds 22

On late Monday, a terrorist attack outside an ice cream parlor in Baghdad's Karrada neighborhood killed 17 people and wounded 32, police and health officials said. On Tuesday morning, ISIS claimed ...

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Election 2017: Scottish Liberal Democrats vow to create 'united' country

In her speech, Sturgeon also presented policies that weren't just aimed at Scotland, where the SNP has run the administration in Edinburgh for the past decade. Because it is important that people have...

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Zidane: 'I have good memories of Juventus'

Zidane: 'I have good memories of Juventus'

Mijatovic scored "the most lovely and important" goal of his career and one of the most vital in Madrid's history as Real shrugged off the unusual tag of underdogs to beat a fearsome Juventus s...

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UN aid chief in Yemen warns of cholera rise without more aid

UN aid chief in Yemen warns of cholera rise without more aid

He called on global organizations to double their efforts to dispatch humanitarian aid to Yemen given the outbreak of diseases, especially cholera , in the Arab world's poorest country. Yemen has fal...

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Turkish foreign minister says wants USA envoy McGurk changed

Turkish foreign minister says wants USA envoy McGurk changed

Police in Washington said the clash "appeared to be a brutal attack on peaceful protesters" and video footage showed men in suits charging past police to kick and punch a group of demonstrators. "...

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India players not happy with Kumble's coaching style

India players not happy with Kumble's coaching style

Apart from calling for a pay hike for both the contracted players as well as support staff, his forthright stance supporting India's participation in the Champions Trophy during the recent imbroglio ...

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In UK vote, Brexit takes back seat to home issues, terror

Jeremy Corbyn is not prepared for Brexit talks that will start within days of the General Election and would find himself "alone and naked" in the negotiations, Theresa May has claimed. The critici...

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Sturgeon insists Scots must be offered independence as Brexit opt-out

Sturgeon insists Scots must be offered independence as Brexit opt-out

Delivering the manifesto Sturgeon said that "fairness and opportunity is at its heart" and that the manifesto reflects a "country that is welcoming and outward looking". 'I've said autumn 2018 t...

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Sturgeon insists Scots must be offered independence as Brexit opt-out

Sturgeon insists Scots must be offered independence as Brexit opt-out

Delivering the manifesto Sturgeon said that "fairness and opportunity is at its heart" and that the manifesto reflects a "country that is welcoming and outward looking". 'I've said autumn 2018 t...

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Lanka floods: Death toll rises to 164, 111 missing

The rains caused part of Kiribathgala Hill to come crashing down, burying the 15 homes and their 26 inhabitants under huge rocks, mud and fallen coconut trees, village officer Udari Erabedda said. In ...

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The lure of the Lions endures as the last Great Tour

The lure of the Lions endures as the last Great Tour

How the Lions approach the All Blacks challenge in terms of playing style and game-plan will be fascinating, and Thrush feels they can take a leaf out of Ireland's book in how they beat New Zealand ...

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No Tobacco Day: WHO calls for robust tobacco control measures

No Tobacco Day: WHO calls for robust tobacco control measures

He said using land to grow tobacco "can lead to severe damage because of the widespread use of agrochemicals". World Health Organization says the life cycle of tobacco is to blame, not just the ...

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Trump's communications adviser tenders resignation after just three months

Dubke wrote in a statement that it had been an honor to serve Trump and "my distinct pleasure to work side by side, day by day with the staff of the communications and press departments". The intent w...

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Beneath the Black: A Journey Through New Zealand Rugby

Putting aside Gatland's alleged bias towards his Welsh team, he has picked the right leader in the shape of Sam Warburton . Gatland took a sabbatical to concentrate on the Lions whereas Warburt...

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Blackcaps fall to India in rain-affected Champions Trophy warm-up

Shikhar Dhawan (60) got runs under his belt against a quality Bangladesh attack comprising Mustafizur Rahaman (1/53), Rubel Hossain (3/50) and Taskin Ahmed (0/45). "We have two hard matches str...

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