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Jesse Lingard's first worldwide goal secured a 1-0 victory for the visitors in Amsterdam , the Manchester United player finding the net with a first-time strike in the 59th minute. Henderson may still face questions about whether he offers enough creatively in England's midfield but his manager clearly has no doubts about his credentials as a leader and influence.
  • Karti Chidambaram gets bail, told to give Rs 10-lakh surety

    Karti Chidambaram gets bail, told to give Rs 10-lakh surety

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    Justice SP Garg said that there seems to be no possibility of Karti fleeing from justice as he has a family to take care of, has roots in the society and is not a previous convict. However, both the investigating agencies ED and the CBI sought three weeks time to file a detailed reply on the anticipatory bail plea and said he should not be granted any interim protection till then.
  • UTC's Kidde recalls 500000 smoke alarms

    UTC's Kidde recalls 500000 smoke alarms

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    The London Fire Department is recommending people check their smoke alarms to see if they are among the 40,000 being recalled by Health Canada. Parkersburg Fire Chief Jason Matthews says smoke detectors are a vital tool in protecting your home and loved ones.
  • Super Eagles Stun Poland 1-0 In Friendly Match

    Super Eagles Stun Poland 1-0 In Friendly Match

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    While it wasn't a peerless performance from the Eagles, coach Gernot Rohr couldn't have asked for more . "Support the Super Eagles , buy original", the update read. The Super Eagles had much to worry about between the sticks but Uzoho overcame his jittery start to the encounter and got down well to deny Lewandowski's point-blank effort in the 51st minute to keep the hosts at bay.
  • Lone Nigerian captive refused to convert for Boko Haram

    Lone Nigerian captive refused to convert for Boko Haram

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    The Dapchi kidnapping happened almost four years after Boko Haram abducted 276 girls from their boarding school in the town of Chibok , some 200 miles away in neighboring Borno state . Boko Haram militants abducted 276 girls, and about 100 of them never returned. "The Nigerian authorities must investigate the inexcusable security lapses that allowed this abduction to take place without any tangible attempt to prevent it", said Osai Ojigho, Amnesty International's Nigeria director.
  • Florida high school requiring clear backpacks after…

    Florida high school requiring clear backpacks after…

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    Many parents and students were alarmed after a Broward Sheriff's Office deputy assigned to guard the school was caught sleeping in his vehicle. The SunSentinel reports that her lawyer, Brian Reidy said everyone has "hit the fear button" and that he doesnt "blame a kid for taking a weapon to school, quite frankly, these days".
  • Why Conor Lamb won in Pa.

    Why Conor Lamb won in Pa.

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    Lamb tweeted out that he had spoken to Saccone and was ready to get to work in Congress. In this March 14, 2018, file photo, Conor Lamb, the Democratic candidate for the March 13 special election in Pennsylvania's 18th Congressional District, celebrates with his supporters at his election night party in Canonsburg, Pa.
  • 3D printed soft robot fish swims and blends into natural habitat

    3D printed soft robot fish swims and blends into natural habitat

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    SoFi isn't like other fish, but they don't seem to notice. SoFi - tested in Fiji's Rainbow Reef in 2015 - cannot only handle oncoming currents but also take high-resolution photos using a fisheye lens while swimming. The diver can also control SoFi's speed, and allow it to make specific moves or turns. "A robot like this can help explore the reef more closely than current robots, both because it can get closer more safely for the reef and because it can be better accepted by the ...
  • Netflix to include warning video in 13 Reasons Why episodes

    Netflix to include warning video in 13 Reasons Why episodes

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    Some school districts previous year took the step of sending letters to parents warning them about what their children may be watching on " 13 Reasons Why ". As you can see, this warning video prompts viewers to visit 13reasonswhy.info, which is a new hub for additional resources, including a crisis hotline.
  • Anna Hazare sits on indefinite hunger strike for Lokpal at Ramlila Maidan

    Anna Hazare sits on indefinite hunger strike for Lokpal at Ramlila Maidan

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    A member of Anna's team has revealed that he chose 23 March symbolically for his hunger strike because this was the day freedom fighters Bhagat Singh , Rajguru and Sukhdev were hanged by the British. Hazare has also accused the government of creating hurdles to stall his "satyagraha" protest in the capital. Your protection won't save me. Earlier, ministers in Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis's government in Maharashtra asked Hazare to call off his hunger strike.
  • Baahubali 2 to be released in China

    Baahubali 2 to be released in China

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    According to media reports , the action-thriller will be released by EStars Media, which previously handled Baahubali: The Beginning in China. Global sales are handled by an offshoot of producer Arka MediaWorks. China is emerging as a favorite country for Indian filmmakers to release their respective films. Prior to this Aamir Khan-starrer " Secret Superstar " and Salman Khan's " Bajrangi Bhaijaan " entertained fans in China, including Saba Qamar's 'Hindi Medium '.
  • Debunking assumptions about the flu vaccine

    Debunking assumptions about the flu vaccine

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    This flu season there have been 278 flu deaths statewide, about 20 of those from downtown hospitals. Fact: Impossible. The viruses contained in flu shots have been killed, which means they really can't cause infection. Both the cold and flu are viruses, meaning they can not be "cured" by antibiotics, and both will abate on their own timetables. The cold and flu also share a similarity in what they are not - neither is a version of the 'stomach flu, ' or 24-hour bug.
  • Birth control pills for men may be coming soon

    Birth control pills for men may be coming soon

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    CNN reports the results of the study found that the proposed hormone pill, DMAU, effectively reduced testosterone and other hormone levels responsible for sperm production without any serious side effects. Eighty-three of these completed a month-long course of the newly developed pill, providing blood samples for hormone and cholesterol testing at the beginning and end.
  • US Supreme Court halts Missouri execution of Russell Bucklew at last minute

    US Supreme Court halts Missouri execution of Russell Bucklew at last minute

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    However, Bucklew's defense argued that he had a medical condition that could cause vast suffering during his execution. Bucklew contends [SCOTUSblog report] that execution by lethal injection would violate the Eighth Amendment's ban on cruel and unusual punishment, because he suffers from a rare disease that would be exacerbated by the method of execution.
  • No rules changed for railway job aspirants, says Fadnavis

    No rules changed for railway job aspirants, says Fadnavis

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    The protesting students called off the strike after Railway Minister Piyush Goyal gave assurance. This move has come after the Indian Railways received the maximum number of passenger complaints regarding the overcharging of the food in trains, especially in mail and express trains wherein the cost of the food is not included in the fare of the train ticket.
  • NHS workers in England to receive pay rise

    NHS workers in England to receive pay rise

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    Hunt said over one million NHS workers would "get pay rises that see starting salary increased from £15,404 to £18,005 in 2020/2021. It will have a significant impact on retention and recruitment issues". Fourteen trade unions are understood to have agreed a deal worth more than 6% with NHS bosses, which does not include the controversial proposal for staff to surrender a day's holiday.
  • New Zealand's Taylor fit for first Test against England

    New Zealand's Taylor fit for first Test against England

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    He returned to worldwide cricket in the recent limited-overs series against New Zealand , which England won 3-2, but has been hampered by back stiffness. But Broad, needing one more wicket to join teammate James Anderson as the only England players with 400 Test dismissals, believes the pink ball has a life of its own in New Zealand .
  • Kidde recalls smoke alarms for sensor failure

    Kidde recalls smoke alarms for sensor failure

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    Kidde says around 452,000 dual smoke detectors were sold in the USA, and about 40,000 in Canada. The PI2010 model is AC-powered and the PI9010 is battery-powered. If the yellow cap is there, the consumer should contact Kidde for a free replacement. Do not remove and discard the recalled alarm until you have received and installed the replacement.
  • Wet weather continues, much more rain and snow on the way

    Wet weather continues, much more rain and snow on the way

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    Snowfall is expected to last until early Thursday morning, according to reports. Temperatures are forecast to drop over bank holiday weekend following a few days of milder weather after the most recent spate of snow. The UK is expecting to see the return of wintry conditions, below average temperatures, overnight frost and snow. " Most models point to rain or showers for many, and the risk of snow at times in the north when moist air collides with the colder blast".
  • Delhi Student, 15, Hangs Self. Parents Say 2 Teachers Sexually Harassed Her

    Delhi Student, 15, Hangs Self. Parents Say 2 Teachers Sexually Harassed Her

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    A 15-year-old allegedly girl allegedly committed suicide in Uttar Pradesh's Noida. The Ghoti police has registered a case of accidental death and further investigation is on. Fifteen-year-old, Ikisha Raghav Shah, had reportedly failed her examinations. A doctor, who attended to her, said that her pulse and blood pressure were unrecordable when she was brought to the hospital.
  • New Report Reveals Sharp Increases in Alzheimer's Prevalence, Deaths and Cost

    New Report Reveals Sharp Increases in Alzheimer's Prevalence, Deaths and Cost

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    The number of people aged 65 or more years with Alzheimer's is estimated to increase by nearly 29% to 7.1 million by 2025. The report finds that the rate of growth of this deadly form of dementia is exponential. In 2017, more than 16 million Americans provided about 18.4 billion hours of unpaid care to Alzheimer's patients, worth $232 billion. But researchers say the NHS may struggle to fund it.
  • Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa names and shames alleged forex looters

    Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa names and shames alleged forex looters

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    He said out of a total of 1.4 billion USA dollars externalized in both funds and assets, 591 million dollars had been returned while 826.5 million dollars remain outstanding. Battling an acute shortage of cash in the country, which is nearly in its third consecutive year, companies have had to turn to the parallel market to access the scarce United States dollar for payments of raw materials and to also settle their dues to debtors outside the country.
  • Islamic State seizes Damascus neighbourhood: monitor

    Islamic State seizes Damascus neighbourhood: monitor

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    United Nations officials say some 100,000 people are "trapped" in rural areas of Syria's northern Afrin district and need humanitarian aid after Turkish and allied Syrian forces drove out a Syrian Kurdish militia. "If we're going to be strategic partners, you have to respect us and walk with us". The Observatory said that along with the 36 troops killed, dozens more were wounded or captured in the clashes with IS militants in Qadam.
  • Candriam Luxembourg SCA Lowers Stake in British American Tobacco PLC (BTI)

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    Manchester Capital Management Llc who had been investing in Intuit for a number of months, seems to be bullish on the $45.38B market cap company. The stock increased 2.23% or $2.11 during the last trading session, reaching $96.54. British American Tobacco has a 1 year low of GBX 4,064 ($56.15) and a 1 year high of GBX 5,643.60 ($77.97). (NASDAQ:CSGP) earned "Hold" rating by Zacks on Wednesday, August 12.
  • Patients Regain Sight From Stem Cell Transplant

    Patients Regain Sight From Stem Cell Transplant

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    After the surgery, he said he could read the newspaper with regular reading glasses and help his wife with gardening. It's also not clear how expensive this procedure might be-or even who is developing it now. Prof Lyndon da Cruz, consultant retinal surgeon at Moorfields, told the BBC: "We've restored vision where there was none". For the study, a British-American research team used human embryonic stem cells (hESC) to grow RPE cells on a thin plastic scaffold.
  • Kids Now Draw More Female Scientists In Experiment

    Kids Now Draw More Female Scientists In Experiment

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    Evidences of the new research have been disclosed in the bimonthly academic journal - Child Development . They also found that although girls are still more likely to draw a female scientist than boys, the proportion of female scientists drawn has increased among both sexes over the years.
  • Essential Oils May Cause Boys to Develop Breasts

    Essential Oils May Cause Boys to Develop Breasts

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    The recent study author J. Tyler Ramsey who is a post-baccalaureate research fellow at NIEHS says,"I personally can not recommend the public to discontinue or cut back any usages of these oils". Calling for more research, the researchers expressed concern that as many as 65 other essential oils had chemicals they had tested. The doctor learned the boys regularly used tea tree and lavender oils.
  • Red Sox, Yankees might play London series in 2019

    Red Sox, Yankees might play London series in 2019

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    Joel Sherman hears the Red Sox would likely be the home team for the two games, which means the Yankees won't lose two home gates. "Anytime you can grow our game, I think that's a pretty cool thing". An official announcement is expected some time within the next two months. "I think it would be a lot of fun, to be honest", Yankees first baseman Greg Bird said.
  • Nicolas Sarkozy in police custody over illegal campaign financing

    Nicolas Sarkozy in police custody over illegal campaign financing

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    The representative was summoned by authorities and now remains in police offices of this locality, where it is investigated wher it would have received funding from Libyan regime of Muammar Gaddafi during 2007 presidential campaign. "The first thing we're demanding is that this clown gives back the money to the Libyan people". Revelations about the scandal have continued to come out in recent years, with Franco-Lebanese businessman Ziad Takkiedine saying last year that he helped carry ...
  • Focus at Four: Taking precautions during Colon Cancer Awareness Month

    Focus at Four: Taking precautions during Colon Cancer Awareness Month

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    The study suggests that a small, daily dose of the drug prescribed to tackle erectile dysfunction "significantly reduces" the risk of colorectal cancer risk in animals. Soares says people can reduce their risk for colorectal cancer by exercising, eating a balanced diet and living a healthy lifestyle. Viagra cut in half the formation of polyps, an abnormal and often asymptomatic clump of cells on the lining of the intestines that may become cancer, said Darren D Browning, a researcher at ...
  • Experimental Male Oral Contraceptive Shows Promise In Clinical Trial

    Experimental Male Oral Contraceptive Shows Promise In Clinical Trial

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    These cleared the body too quickly and would, therefore, have required at least two doses daily to make it as a viable form of birth control. The experimental pill has already passed its first clinical trial with "promising results" to be presented March 25 during the Endocrine Society's 100th Annual Meeting in Chicago, Illinois.
  • Mourinho slams Man United's 'lack of personality and desire'

    Mourinho slams Man United's 'lack of personality and desire'

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    Luke Shaw started for the Red Devils at left back, but did not come out for the second half as he was replaced by Ashley Young. "I think it is a relation with personality, trust and class". Let us know in the comments section below. Ander Herrera , Anthony Martial, Juan Mata and Chris Smalling are among those who can not guarantee they will be at Old Trafford beyond this summer, when United will also have to replace Marouane Fellaini and Michael Carrick .
  • Nice prepared for ´likely´ Balotelli departure

    Nice prepared for ´likely´ Balotelli departure

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    Nice, who hit the woodwork through Mario Balotelli in the second half, opened the scoring through Allan Saint-Maximin, whose early goal was quickly cancelled out by Angel di Maria. "I only watched them once this season and it was against Real Madrid". "I love the feel of this sort of match, even though I think we should have this atmosphere every weekend and not just against PSG", he said.
  • Plateau United, Etoile Du Sahel in crucial tie today

    Plateau United, Etoile Du Sahel in crucial tie today

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    Kano state Football Association, KSFA has disclosed that over 200.000 football fans have been mobilized to ginger Nigeria's representative in the ongoing CAF champions league, Plateau United to victory against as they file out against visitors Etoile Du Sahel of Tunisia, today.
  • L'Oreal buys Canada's ModiFace in digital makeover

    L'Oreal buys Canada's ModiFace in digital makeover

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    ModiFace's researchers have submitted more than 200 scientific publications and registered over 30 patents, the company says, giving L'Oreal instant access to a treasure trove of augmented makeup technology. L'Oreal is the world's biggest cosmetic company and has an worldwide portfolio of 34 brands, including Lancome, Biotherm, Kiehl's, Garnier and Maybelline.
  • Police reassure parents after hoax bomb threat sent to schools in Cambridgeshire

    Police reassure parents after hoax bomb threat sent to schools in Cambridgeshire

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    Northumbria Police confirmed more than 35 schools in its region received emails threatening to detonate explosives on their grounds if cash was not handed over. "Schools have been visited by police to reassure them that the incident is being treated as a hoax and address any concerns. Schools have been spoken to by officers to provide some reassurance but nobody has been asked to evacuate".
  • Assad visits army in eastern Ghouta as rebels enter talks

    Assad visits army in eastern Ghouta as rebels enter talks

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    This is giving the public appearance that the fight is nearly over. Instead of bombing the depot, the Turkey-backed forces entered it and took over its control without harming any of the civilians hiding inside, said the source who refused to be named due to restrictions on speaking to the media.