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March 19 (ANI): Burmese politician and diplomat, Aung San Suu Kyi , has reportedly sought help with the ongoing Rohingya crisis, from Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) nations and Australia, in a closed-door meeting. Myanmar's State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi inspects the guard during a ceremonial welcome at Parliament House in Canberra. The then prime minister Tony Abbott described her as an "icon of democracy" and Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said it was Ms Suu Kyi who ...
  • FDA moves to cut nicotine in cigarettes

    FDA moves to cut nicotine in cigarettes

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    Under law, the FDA can regulate nicotine although it cannot remove it completely. "We're also jump-starting new work to re-evaluate and modernize our approach to the development and regulation of safe and effective medicinal nicotine replacement products, such as nicotine gums, patches and lozenges that help smokers quit", Gottlieb said.
  • The best underdogs to pick for your March Madness bracket

    The best underdogs to pick for your March Madness bracket

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    Yes, they are also one of the hottest teams in the country following their run to a fourth consecutive SEC Tournament title, but it's always tough to tell how young players are going to respond in pressure-packed situations. The Wahoos can hoop on both sides of the floor, much in thanks to sophomore guard Kyle Guy. I'm going with the latter, especially against a red hot Mike Daum who averaged 26 points and shot 40 percent from three-point range during the Jackrabbits' run through the Summit ...
  • Plastic contamination found in 90% of bottled water

    Plastic contamination found in 90% of bottled water

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    Furthermore, the study showed that the average microplastic contained in the bottled water varied from 0 to 4,713 particles per liter. The brands tested included Aqua (Danone), Aquafina (PepsiCo), Bisleri (Bisleri International), Dasani (Coca-Cola), Epura (PepsiCo), Evian (Danone), Gerolsteiner (Gerolsteiner Brunnen), Minalba (Grupo Edson Queiroz), Nestlé Pure Life (Nestlé), San Pellegrino (Nestlé) and Wahaha (Hangzhou Wahaha Group).
  • 'Boots up! Thank you!' - Pietersen calls time on playing career

    'Boots up! Thank you!' - Pietersen calls time on playing career

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    But now, with the tournament shifting to Pakistan for two Eliminator matches in Lahore before the final in Karachi on March 25, Pietersen has joined his fellow England cricketers, Eoin Morgan, Alex Hales and Jason Roy, in opting out of travelling to the country for security reasons.
  • Clearance to Delhi Metro Phase-IV soon: Kejriwal

    Clearance to Delhi Metro Phase-IV soon: Kejriwal

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    Mr. Kenji Hiramatsu and BJP spokesperson Meenakashi Lekhi among others were present on the occasion. Connecting Majlis Park to Shiv Vihar under Delhi Metro's Phase III project, this is the longest metro line project till now and will be fully operational by June 2018.
  • Flake Flays Trump in New Hampshire

    Flake Flays Trump in New Hampshire

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    According to Flake, the conservative party has lost its grasp of the meaning of basic terms, and are being told to ignore what the President says and instead pay attention to what he does. "But that doesn't prevent people from trying with various degrees of seriousness". "I think that could turn and will turn and must turn". Flake has powerful friends who could help, however, including the outspoken anti-Trump billionaire Mark Cuban.
  • North-East can be new engine for India's growth: PM Narendra Modi

    North-East can be new engine for India's growth: PM Narendra Modi

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    Imphal : India has to be future ready was Prime Minister Narendra Modi's advice during an annual science event in Imphal . "It is time to reclaim our rightful place among the front-line nations in this field", Modi said, asking the scientists to take the research out of the laboratories to the field.
  • Russia's Lavrov says Moscow will expel British diplomats

    Russia's Lavrov says Moscow will expel British diplomats

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    The four-nation statement is the fruit of British efforts to enlist worldwide support as it tries to hold Russia accountable for the March 4 attack that left former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in critical condition and a British police officer seriously ill.
  • UMBC routs UVA in historic upset

    UMBC routs UVA in historic upset

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    Maryland-Baltimore County won the American East conference tournament, upsetting the top-seeded Vermont 65-62. But UMBC didn't just beat Virginia, it dominated throughout the second half. Facing Virginia proved somewhat bittersweet for Odom, he indicated earlier this week, given his father's ties to the Cavaliers. That quickly turned to discouragement when news broke Tuesday night that ACC Sixth Man of the Year and breakout freshman De'Andre Hunter boke his wrist in the ACC Tournament.
  • Razorbacks Ready To Dance In The NCAA's

    Razorbacks Ready To Dance In The NCAA's

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    If both IN teams manage to win their opening round games on Friday, the Boilermakers and Bulldogs would meet IN the second round on Sunday. But this did not come without Butler making it interesting, as they blew a 19 point lead in the first half.
  • Rockford medical students graduate into residency programs

    Rockford medical students graduate into residency programs

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    Fourth year med student Evan Tomkiewicz, originally from Plattsburgh, N.Y., found his match in Indiana, where he will pursue emergency medicine at the University of Indiana School of Medicine in Indianapolis. While match day is filled with emotion cheers and hugs to celebrate a new milestone - these students say it wasn't an easy road to get to this point.
  • Boulder thrown from overpass kills man, leaves pregnant woman widowed

    Boulder thrown from overpass kills man, leaves pregnant woman widowed

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    She drove quickly to a Glendale hospital, but her husband could not be saved. Chuck Geletko said at a Thursday afternoon press conference . "He's gone", she cried, "But I'm asking for your help". " Any prudent person would know that a boulder that size would seriously harm someone driving on the freeway below ". Authorities are looking for possible witnesses, and say they have yet to find surveillance video from the scene.
  • Pet Food Packaging Market Trends, Drivers, Strategies, Applications and Competitive Landscape 2022

    Pet Food Packaging Market Trends, Drivers, Strategies, Applications and Competitive Landscape 2022

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    Development in the web based business and personal care industry in countries like China , Japan , and India is anticipated to impel the demand for paperboard packaging in region over the mentioned forecast period. Pet Food Packaging market report also provide market forecast data, according the history of this industry , the future of the industry faces what situation, growth or decline, the price trend , market size trend , segment market trend will also be provided ...
  • Three serotypes added to kratom Salmonella investigation

    Three serotypes added to kratom Salmonella investigation

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    According to the FDA, there are no FDA-approved uses for kratom. In 2016, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) nearly classified it as a Schedule 1 drug. People should not consume kratom in any form. The suppliers of other kratom samples, that tested positive for the same strains of salmonella , have not yet been identified.
  • County health rankings offer a road map to health

    County health rankings offer a road map to health

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    Robert Wood Johnson Foundation CEO Richard Besser explains "our health is influenced by many things, like a good education, a good job, access to quality housing and quality healthcare". That leads to healthier populations. Just like we get yearly checkups, a new report gives us an annual health snapshot of almost every county in the country.
  • Parkland shooting surveillance videos released

    Parkland shooting surveillance videos released

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    A newly-released surveillance video shows a Florida police officer outside a high school while a gunman was firing on students inside. The videos were made available in response to a lawsuit from The Sun Sentinel , The Miami Herald and CNN against the Broward Sheriff's Office and the School Board of Broward County.
  • SC protects Karti Chidambaram from ED arrest till 26 March

    SC protects Karti Chidambaram from ED arrest till 26 March

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    The court said it would interpret provisions of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA), 2002, relating to the extent of the ED's powers to make arrests and seize property on the next date. Karti was sent to judicial custody till 24 March by a special CBI court in the INX Media corruption case, after his plea for early hearing of his bail application was dismissed.
  • Private-Equity Debt Drives Toys R Us to Liquidate

    Private-Equity Debt Drives Toys R Us to Liquidate

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    Despite the threat of 30,000 job losses, experts do not expect retail employment and wages to be subdued in the near term. The chain filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last fall, saddled with $5 billion in debt that hurt its attempts to compete as shoppers moved to Amazon and huge chains like Walmart.
  • Prosecutors to seek death penalty for Florida school shooter

    Prosecutors to seek death penalty for Florida school shooter

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    The arraignment occurred against the backdrop of widespread student rallies against gun violence nationwide, and it came a day after prosecutors said they would seek a death sentence for Nikolas Cruz , who police say returned to his former school on February 14 and fired round after round at students and faculty alike.
  • Buhari Visits Scene Of #DapchiGirls Abduction

    Buhari Visits Scene Of #DapchiGirls Abduction

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    The opposition party is also unhappy with the comments the President made in Yobe about the past administration. Nigeria prefers to have the schoolgirls abducted by Boko Haram from Chibok and Dapchi back alive, and that is why it has chosen negotiation, rather than a military option, President Buhari told US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson at a meeting in Abuja on Monday, according to a statement released by the presidency.
  • Mass church murderer's sister accused of bringing weapons to school

    Mass church murderer's sister accused of bringing weapons to school

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    Authorities also said one of Morgan Roof's social media posts about the National School Walkout , a protest against gun violence in schools, anxious other students. This student-led event was voluntary. While some of her classmates participated in the nationwide school walkout protesting gun violence. In one case, officers found the rumor of a student possessing a weapon to be untrue.
  • Deputy never entered building during school massacre

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    The video speaks for itself. The video starts about a minute after the suspect, Nikolas Cruz , began firing his semi-automatic rifle, according to the timeline released by the Sheriff's office. Deputy Scot Peterson was called a "coward" by President Donald Trump for his actions, who also said the officers who didn't rush into the school "weren't exactly medal of honour winners" and were "frankly disgusting".
  • Flu deaths hit new record, topping 300 in state this season

    Flu deaths hit new record, topping 300 in state this season

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    Health officials say a child between the ages of 5-years-old and 17-years-old also died from the flu in Oklahoma County. Flu season continues until mid-May. The flu shot can help lower the chances of both you and others around you from getting this virus. The cold and flu also share some symptoms, such as headaches, potentially a sore throat, fatigue or weakness, and aches and pains.
  • Zach Norvell saved Gonzaga from being March Madness' first upset victim

    Zach Norvell saved Gonzaga from being March Madness' first upset victim

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    A historically black college in Houston, Texas Southern slipped into the First Four by getting hot and winning the Southwest Athletic College tournament. The Spartans have won 16 of their past 18, with their two losses coming by a combined five points. The Bulldogs tied the game on a Josh Perkins jumper with 51 seconds left and the Spartans followed with an empty possession before Norvell's big 3.
  • Cigarettes Actually Multiply Smokers' Population than Reducing Smoking Rates

    Cigarettes Actually Multiply Smokers' Population than Reducing Smoking Rates

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    The Food and Drug Administration is planning on reducing the amount of nicotine in cigarettes to make them less addictive and essentially save more lives. The FDA announced preliminary plans to cut nicotine in cigarettes in July but didn't make any specific proposals. E-cigarettes actually multiply smokers' population instead of its basic goal of reducing the rates of smokers, especially targeting the young adults and teens, indicates a new study.
  • Runaway success: fittest women cut dementia risk by 90%

    Runaway success: fittest women cut dementia risk by 90%

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    She added: "it's possible that improving people's cardiovascular fitness in middle age could delay or even prevent them from developing dementia". They were tested for dementia six times. Study author Helena Hörder from the University of Gothenburg, said the results were promising as it effectively proves there is a way to prevent dementia.
  • WWE Fastlane 2018 Results/Review; WrestleMania 34 Matches Now Set

    WWE Fastlane 2018 Results/Review; WrestleMania 34 Matches Now Set

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    The fans hurled taunts (You Can't Wrestle) at Rowley as he entered the ring. Host Heath Slater and referee John Cone led the game of dodgeball, featuring 5 Super Troopers vs. Thankfully, Fastlane 2018 was better than I expected as a decent effort was made from most of the matches. - Asuka will appear on the show to follow up on her challenge to SmackDown Women's Champion Charlotte Flair .
  • Two soldiers killed in Plateau violence

    Two soldiers killed in Plateau violence

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    The army said the 3 Division Garrison in Plateau discovered the bodies. A correspondent of NAN, who visited the village, observed that smoke was still billowing from some of the houses set ablaze, while many residents had fled to villages considered safer.
  • State confirms first 2018 case of measles in MI

    State confirms first 2018 case of measles in MI

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    The individual, a young child, was infectious on that day and may have traveled to other areas of the airport. Passengers at Newark airport between 12:45 and 9 p.m. The majority of the people who got measles were not vaccinated. The state announced Wednesday a person in Washtenaw County had been hospitalized after recently traveling internationally and getting sick.
  • Smoking may cause hearing loss

    Smoking may cause hearing loss

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    That same year, 45.5 percent of high school-aged cigarette smokers said they had tried to stop smoking over the previous 12 months. Launched to coincide with National No Smoking Day , the Vape to Quit campaign will also call for workplaces to go smoke-free by banning smoking on the premises and replacing smoking areas with designated vaping areas.
  • House votes down right-to-try bill

    House votes down right-to-try bill

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    Still, the stumble was an embarrassment for GOP leaders who pushed the bill at the behest of Mr. Trump . The FDA's compassionate use program already approves experimental drugs for very sick patients, with a 99 percent approval rate for requests that it gets each year, Politico reported.
  • YouTube tackles conspiracy videos by adding Wikipedia info

    YouTube tackles conspiracy videos by adding Wikipedia info

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    The links will appear in every video having the moon landing topic, be it a documentary or a conspiracy theory . Speaking at SXSW 2018, YouTube's CEO Susan Wojcicki revealed that YouTube will be using "information cues" as a means to combat false information.