• Boko Haram members surrender in Borno
Boko Haram members surrender in Borno

Ibrahim Kachala, one of the victims family, said two of his family members were killed during the attack. It would be recalled the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) said the Nigerian government relocated no fewer than 3,000 internally displaced persons of Bama origin in Borno to their hometown.

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  • Teen From Western Pa. Sickened By E. coli Outbreak Linked To Lettuce
Teen From Western Pa. Sickened By E. coli Outbreak Linked To Lettuce

For now, the CDC said not buy or eat romaine lettuce at grocery stores or restaurants unless you can confirm it's not from the Yuma, Arizona. "If in doubt, go ahead and throw it out". The sweeping advisory came after information tied to some new illnesses prompted health officials to caution against eating all kinds of romaine lettuce that ca...

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  • Police to accept unwanted prescription drugs
Police to accept unwanted prescription drugs

The Osage County collection will be 10 a.m.to 2 p.m. Saturday, at the sheriff's office, 131 W. 14th St., Lyndon, Kan. The goal this year is to take back 3,000 pounds. In Hawaii, from September 2010 to October 2017, almost 30,500 pounds of pharmaceuticals were safely collected and disposed of during previous take-back events, according to a press re...

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  • Lois Riess now faces extradition to Minnesota, Florida
Lois Riess now faces extradition to Minnesota, Florida

Authorities say Riess killed her husband last month in southern Minnesota, before stealing money and fleeing to Florida. 'I thought, "I know this lady,"' Higginbotham told the Star Tribune . She bought a sandwich and asked for directions out of state. A judge gave Minnesota and Florida authorities 10 days to get her. "She was enjoying herself".

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  • First total penis and scrotum transplant
First total penis and scrotum transplant

The Johns Hopkins surgery, performed in a 14-hour procedure in late March, was the most extensive, involving more tissue than what has been previously transplanted, the surgeons said. The patient, who did not want to be identified, said he felt more complete immediately after the procedure. About 1,367 male military members suffered genitourinary...

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  • Actress to get bail hearing in sex slave case
Actress to get bail hearing in sex slave case

Mr. Raniere created a secret society within Nxivm called "DOS", which derived from a Latin phrase that loosely translated to "Lord/Master of the Obedient Female Companions", or "The Vow", officials said in the statement. The charges against Allison Mack are very serious and unfortunately, there is a lot of evidence stacked against her: Text messa...

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  • Spain's Marc Marquez cruises to sixth MotoGP win Texas
Spain's Marc Marquez cruises to sixth MotoGP win Texas

Iannone was left to fight off the attentions of the Movistar Yamaha duo and did 50 per cent of the job as Maverick Vinales stuck a pass on him with 14 left to go and upped his pace to go away but by then, Marquez was already four seconds up the road.

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  • In Sonia Gandhi's lair, Amit Shah accuses Congress of dynastic politics
In Sonia Gandhi's lair, Amit Shah accuses Congress of dynastic politics

Their political influence within the BJP seemed to have waned after the alleged scam erupted but it appears that they have made a comeback with the party rewarding them and their associates with tickets in a region they wield considerable influence.

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  • IPL 2018 Fantasy League: Top 5 picks for RCB vs DD
IPL 2018 Fantasy League: Top 5 picks for RCB vs DD

Both of them played four matches in the seasons of IPL but won only once each. The Delhi franchise lost Gautam Gambhir (3) and Jason Roy (5) early but after a period of consolidation Shreyas Iyer (52) and Risabh Pant (85) eventually lifted the scoring rate and though both would fall the target might have proven tricky on a slowish surface h...

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  • Stay Away From All Forms of Romaine Lettuce, CDC Warns
Stay Away From All Forms of Romaine Lettuce, CDC Warns

A previous warning from the CDC had focused specifically on chopped romaine, but the expanded warning now includes whole heads and hearts of the lettuce after several people in Alaska contracted E. Two of the confirmed illnesses were in New York State, and seven more were in New Jersey. The different ways that romaine lettuce is harvested coul...

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  • Bruins' Patrice Bergeron 'Optimistic' He Can Play Game 5 vs. Maple Leafs
Bruins' Patrice Bergeron 'Optimistic' He Can Play Game 5 vs. Maple Leafs

But he was a surprise late scratch on Thursday and the Bruins declined to give details about the injury. Tommy Wingels took his place on the Bruins' roster, while Riley Nash slid into his spot as the top-line center. On several occasions the Bruins clanged shots (four) off the posts, the crossbar, or missed the Toronto goal entirely, and the sp...

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  • Nigerians react to Buhari's remarks on social media with
Nigerians react to Buhari's remarks on social media with "Dear #LazyNigerianYouths 2019"

He said: "We are saddened by what has become a habitual and flagrant demarketing of Nigeria and her citizens by President Muhammadu Buhari , especially anytime he steps outside the shores of the country". "It can only exist in the imagination of those who play what the President has described as "irresponsible politics" with everything". He urge...

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  • Enlarged spleen key to diving endurance of Indonesian 'sea nomads'
Enlarged spleen key to diving endurance of Indonesian 'sea nomads'

This is not the first time that examples of continuing human evolution among specific groups of people have been discovered. As a person's body is submerged in cold water for a brief amount of time, the spleen plays a crucial role in putting the body in survival mode.

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  • Herberger's closing sales have begun
Herberger's closing sales have begun

After a two-day auction, Bon-Ton reported late Tuesday that it had been purchased by investors who plan to liquidate the company. The Cedar Falls store opened in December 1968 with 60,899 square feet. Effective immediately, customers will no be able to use their Boston Store credit card. Another 38 stores already are in the liquidation process.

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  • Woman suspected of killing 2 captured in Texas
Woman suspected of killing 2 captured in Texas

Riess had been on the run since at least late March when her husband, David Riess, 54, was found fatally shot at their home in Blooming Prairie, Minn. Dodge County authorities have also charged her with grand theft. Riess apparently showed no remorse whatsoever when police arrested her. David Riess' body was found March 23.

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  • Investigators Recommending Abundance Of Caution With Lettuce After E. Coli Outbreak Spreads
Investigators Recommending Abundance Of Caution With Lettuce After E. Coli Outbreak Spreads

Because most consumers don't know if their romaine lettuce came from Arizona, Consumer Reports suggests people avoid all romaine lettuce sold in stores and restaurants, along with bagged romaine lettuce mixes and prepared salads, just to be on the safe side.

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  • Gujarat riots: Maya Kodnani acquitted in Naroda Patiya case
Gujarat riots: Maya Kodnani acquitted in Naroda Patiya case

The court, however, upheld the sentence ofBabuBajrangi, a former leader of the right-wing Hindu group Bajrang Dal, who was condemned to stay in jail until he dies. The lawyer appearing for the victims in the case, Samshad Pathan, said he would approach the Supreme Court against the acquittals as well as reduction of sentence of those found guilty.

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  • No need for a probe into judge Loya death: SC
No need for a probe into judge Loya death: SC

While the BJP and the Congress were locked in a high-decibel back-and-forth over the Supreme Court's ruling, Rahul Gandhi took to Twitter to say: "Indians are deeply intelligent". Original petitioners before the court were Bombay Advocates Association. The Congress had been demanding a court-monitored probe , although it was not among the peti...

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  • Puerto Rico's worst blackout since Maria leaves island residents 'frustrated'
Puerto Rico's worst blackout since Maria leaves island residents 'frustrated'

News of the power outage came from the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA) Wednesday morning as reported by USA Today . The tropical isle of 3.4 million locals was actually open for business enterprise once again, state authorities claimed.

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  • Great Barrier Reef saw huge losses from 2016 heatwave
Great Barrier Reef saw huge losses from 2016 heatwave

Coral colonies can recover from such events, especially given that the species most susceptible to dying from heat stress are among the fastest-growing corals. Now Playing: Watch this: Here's how scientists want to rescue the Great Barrier. But the story going forward will be that of the remaining, less diverse corals and how they will likely com...

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  • 'Dance Moms' star Abby Lee Miller has been diagnosed with cancer
'Dance Moms' star Abby Lee Miller has been diagnosed with cancer

Melamed, an orthopedic spine surgeon at Cedar Sinai Marina Del Rey Hospital , revealed to People . But the latest news paints a grimmer picture for the former Dance Moms star who lost a reported 100 pounds from gastric bypass surgery ahead of her release .

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  • PM Modi claps for Swedish PM
PM Modi claps for Swedish PM

Why is his visit of much importance? What will be the points of discussions? Sweden is investing in India more than it did in the "last few decades" said Carsten Gronblad, the Trade commissioner to India. Swedish business leaders also held a meeting with Modi in Stockholm on Tuesday, including representatives of Saab who are competing fo...

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  • Bitcoin heist suspect escapes prison and 'flees on plane carrying Iceland's PM'
Bitcoin heist suspect escapes prison and 'flees on plane carrying Iceland's PM'

Sindri Thor Stefansson escaped through a window of the low-security Sogn prison in rural southern Iceland before boarding a flight to Sweden at the worldwide airport in Keflavik located 59 miles from the prison on Tuesday. Iceland's Prime Minister Katrin Jakobsdottir was on her way to Sweden to take part in a meeting between five Nordic prime minis...

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  • Multi-State E. Coli Outbreak Linked to Romaine Lettuce
Multi-State E. Coli Outbreak Linked to Romaine Lettuce

All remaining romaine lettuce product has been discarded. Bad news for salad lovers. Last Friday, the CDC announced an outbreak of E. coli infections linked to chopped romaine lettuce. Most people start feeling sick three to four days after eating or drinking something that contains the bacteria . In some cases, the symptoms can even be ...

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  • Controversial Central Park statue moved to Brooklyn cemetery
Controversial Central Park statue moved to Brooklyn cemetery

Mayor Bill de Blasio ordered the statue's removal January 12 based on the recommendation of a special panel formed to revisit the meanings and histories behind monuments and markers across the city. But it was the only one of four statues on public land that New York Mayor Bill de Blasio agreed to relocate following the review, as the Unite...

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  • Immunotherapy treatment 'will be a game-changer' for cancer
Immunotherapy treatment 'will be a game-changer' for cancer

Another study found that an immunotherapy combo - the Bristol-Myers Squibb drugs Opdivo and Yervoy - worked better than chemo for delaying the time until cancer worsened in advanced lung cancer patients whose tumors have many gene flaws, as almost half do.

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  • New York City Mice Carry Bacteria That Can Make People Sick
New York City Mice Carry Bacteria That Can Make People Sick

Williams, BSc, a research scientist at the Center for Infection and Immunity. "Our study raises the possibility that serious infections - including those resistant to antibiotics -may be passed from these mice to humans, although further research is needed to understand how often this happens, if at all".

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  • Arrest Made Following Binghamton Stabbing
Arrest Made Following Binghamton Stabbing

Binghamton offered counseling to students in the wake of the stabbing and canceled classes on Monday. The suspected assailant remained at large. This is the second BU student to be slain during the spring semester, as 22-year old Haley Anderson was killed at 23 Oak Street in Binghamton last month.

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  • John Cena and Nikki Bella split after six years together
John Cena and Nikki Bella split after six years together

Both are former champions and have also given fans a sight of their lives outside the ring with their reality TV show, Total Bellas . Nikki has only just returned from a bachelorette vacation in Paris with her twin sister Brie Bella and her best friend, and John Cena recently told Us that he wasn't taking on any of the wedding arrangements h...

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  • Toledo police seek bank robbery suspect
Toledo police seek bank robbery suspect

Court documents say Antill went into the Nickel Ante Casino on Sherwood Street around 8:30 p.m. wearing a black ski mask. "She returned approximately 15 minutes later and this time claimed she had a bomb as she demanded the money from the teller".

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  • Unnao rape victim's family alleges harassment by BJP MLA's goons
Unnao rape victim's family alleges harassment by BJP MLA's goons

A girl, speaking to APN News, said, "The incidents of Unnao and Jammu and Kashmir - the rape cases there - have shocked us". The latest development came a day after BJP national general secretary Ram Madhav said the motive of its ministers in joining the Hindu Ekta Manch protest in support of the Kathua accused was to "dispel misgivings about...

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  • Myanmar says it has repatriated first Rohingya family since exodus
Myanmar says it has repatriated first Rohingya family since exodus

DHAKA , BANGLADESH: refugees will be allowed to return to "as soon as possible", a minister said, despite a stillborn repatriation process and United Nations warnings that the safety of returnees could not be guaranteed. According to UN officials, almost 700,000 Rohingya have fled into Bangladesh from Rakhine to escape a military crackdown since ...

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  • Avengers Infinity War: After Baahubali's Bhallaladeva, Rana Daggubati is the flawless Thanos
Avengers Infinity War: After Baahubali's Bhallaladeva, Rana Daggubati is the flawless Thanos

Touted as Marvel's biggest movie yet, Avengers Infinity War is coming to the big screen on April 27. Now, after a really long wait, we'll finally get to see Earth's mightiest heroes take on the space-villain. With just a few weeks to go until the film's release, Fathead has revealed an entire line-up of Avengers: Infinity War wall decals, giv...

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  • Marseille vs. Salzburg, Arsenal vs. Atletico in Europa semi-finals
Marseille vs. Salzburg, Arsenal vs. Atletico in Europa semi-finals

Now, this is a tournament that means much more to Arsenal , Marseille and Red Bull Salzburg when it comes to next season. The first legs will be played on 26 April - Arsenal will be hosting Atletico as Salzburg will play guests to Marseille - and the second legs will be played on 3 May 2018.

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  • Could one drink a day shorten your life?
Could one drink a day shorten your life?

People who drank more had a higher risk of stroke , heart failure , fatal hypertensive disease and fatal aortic aneurysm , where your artery or vein swells up and could burst. However, the study used self-reported alcohol consumption and relied on observational data, so no firm conclusions can me made about cause and effect.

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