• Fitness boost for Ben Stokes ahead of second ODI
Fitness boost for Ben Stokes ahead of second ODI

He returned later for another bowl - a longer spell, but still below full pace - and a power-hitting session with batting coach Graham Thorpe. In the words spoken yesterday by both Eoin Morgan , the England captain, and his opposite number from South Africa , AB de Villiers, there was a clear sense of objective.

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  • Coroner: Too much caffeine can be deadly
Coroner: Too much caffeine can be deadly

While McDonald's doesn't now report the amount of caffeine in their coffee, Caffeine Informer estimated a large, 21-24-ounce McDonald's latte contains 178 milligrams of caffeine. He also cautioned people to stay away from energy drinks. "While adults should be mindful of their caffeine consumption, it's important for parents to know the ris...

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  • Trump budget slashes money of clean air and water programs
Trump budget slashes money of clean air and water programs

The White House is set to release a more comprehensive version of its budget proposal on Tuesday. Becker said loss of funding puts the agencies in the untenable position of not being able to discharge federal requirements to monitor air and water quality and enforce environmental regulations.

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  • Did Trump really favor Macron in France?
Did Trump really favor Macron in France?

When the two leaders met, Trump was fulsome in his congratulations on Macron's election victory over far-right leader Marine Le Pen , saying he had run "an incredible campaign and had a tremendous victory". After a policeman was killed in Paris in April by a suspected Islamist militant, Trump told the Associated Press he thought the attack w...

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  • New WHO chief: Planned US funding cuts not a 'closed issue'
New WHO chief: Planned US funding cuts not a 'closed issue'

Ethiopia's former health minister received more than half the votes in the first round and eventually won a decisive third-round election on Tuesday to beat the UK's David Nabarro to the job. The incoming health chief was chosen from among three nominees presented to the World Health Assembly . As Ethiopia's minister of health, Tedros led a co...

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  • Ethiopian first African to win top job at WHO
Ethiopian first African to win top job at WHO

Margaret Chan , admits that the organization was slow in its response to the West African Ebola outbreak. As minister, Tedros led a comprehensive reform effort of the country's health system, including the expansion of the country's infrastructure, creating 3,500 health centers and 16,000 positions in the health system; and initiated financing me...

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  • Pigeon smuggling drugs caught by Kuwaiti police
Pigeon smuggling drugs caught by Kuwaiti police

A boring grey colour was even chosen, obviously to blend in with the pigeon's plumage. It appears that drug smugglers are becoming more and more creative to try and get their products to their customers. The pigeon was caught above a building near the customs' department. It never made it to its destination, however - officials said the weigh...

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  • Father of Manchester bomber arrested in Libyan capital Tripoli: Spokesman, witness
Father of Manchester bomber arrested in Libyan capital Tripoli: Spokesman, witness

Following the air strikes, outgoing Defense Secretary Ash Carter said: "Importantly, these strikes were directed against some of ISIL's external plotters, who were actively planning operations against our allies in Europe. "We struggle to comprehend the warped and twisted mind that sees a room packed with young children not as a scene to cherish ...

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  • Instagram Adds Proper Link and Photo Sharing to Direct Messages
Instagram Adds Proper Link and Photo Sharing to Direct Messages

And if you share a phone number or address, those will be turned into links too. Whenever you send a permanent image or video to your friends using Direct from the camera roll, you won't have to crop it anymore. Facebook-owned Instagram introduced Direct as an effort to bring native messaging support and private photo sharing in 2013. Instagram D...

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  • What Trump And The Rest Of NATO Want From Each Other
What Trump And The Rest Of NATO Want From Each Other

The President said others needed to comply with their financial obligations toward the Alliance in order to guarantee their common defence and accused 23 of NATO's 28 members of not paying their dues. Ahead of the day's events, Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron met for a talk and a handshake-which lasted an excruciatingly long time-ins...

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  • Trump sure has issues with Melania
Trump sure has issues with Melania

As they walked across the tarmac, Mr Trump reached for his wife's hand but she abruptly swatted his hand away. Melania Trump apparently is no fan of holding hands, at least when it comes to the president. She was walking about half a pace behind the President when he reached back to take her hand in what looked like an affectionate gesture. T...

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  • Washington consultant charged in insider trading case
Washington consultant charged in insider trading case

Jordan Fogel, 33, of Sands Point, was charged with two other partners in the investment firm, Robert Olan and Theodore Huber, as well as David Blaszczak , a Washington "political intelligence" consultant, and Christopher Worrall of the federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.

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  • Trump's budget means deep cuts for health care safety net
Trump's budget means deep cuts for health care safety net

Mick Mulvaney, the former tea party congressman, told the House Budget Committee that he went line by line through the federal budget and asked, "Can we justify this to the folks who are actually paying for it?" Mulvaney asked the bipartisan panel.

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  • Service dog scores photo in high school yearbook
Service dog scores photo in high school yearbook

The 16-year-old junior has Type 1 diabetes and Alpha helps alert him when his blood sugar is getting too low or high. "Seeing a picture of a dog caught my eye pretty quickly", Diana Bloom told Buzzfeed News . "He has saved my life multiple times, especially at night, when low blood sugar can be super unsafe", said Schalk of his dog. Not on...

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  • United States appeals court maintains block on Trump travel ban
United States appeals court maintains block on Trump travel ban

The judge wrote that a reasonable observer would likely conclude the order's "primary goal is to exclude persons from the United States on the basis of their religious beliefs". Congress, the court concluded, gave the president "broad power to deny entry to aliens, but that power is not absolute". "It can not go unchecked", the court said.

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  • Real ID bill on way to Gov. Wolf
Real ID bill on way to Gov. Wolf

The Senate version also dictated that people getting conventional licenses won't be asked to pay more to subsidize the cost of the REAL ID licenses. House and Senate leaders, along with Gov. As far as Pennsylvania residents are concerned, thanks to an extension granted by Jay Johnson, the Secretary of Homeland Security, they have until October 20...

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  • ICE arrests almost 200 aliens in California
ICE arrests almost 200 aliens in California

Agents arrested 188 people in an operation targeting " at-large criminal aliens, illegal re-entrants, and immigration fugitives ", according to a statement from U.S. Of the individuals arrested over the course of the operation, 177 were men and 11 were women. The arrests follow Trump administration vows to pump up immigration enforcement.

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  • JIPMER MBBS 2017: Hall Tickets To Be Out Tomorrow
JIPMER MBBS 2017: Hall Tickets To Be Out Tomorrow

JIPMER MBBS exam has conducted for admission into JIPMER . Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research, Puducherry ( JIPMER ) is amongst those institutions which will not offer admission to MBBS course on the basis of NEET .

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  • May bears 'some responsibility' for attack: UKIP
May bears 'some responsibility' for attack: UKIP

The party will fund the employment of 20,000 more police officers, 7,000 more prison officers, and 4,000 more border force staff. Ukip will commit to spending two per cent of GDP on defence and the ministry's budget will be given an extra £1m per year.

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  • At Dawood Ibrahim relative's wedding, Maharashtra minister Girish Mahajan, cops mark presence
At Dawood Ibrahim relative's wedding, Maharashtra minister Girish Mahajan, cops mark presence

While Girish Mahajan Mahajan is the minister for water conservation and medical education, one of the police officers, who attended the wedding, is an assistant police commissioner. The invitation for the marriage was reportedly given to the police personnel by Khatib. "The marriage function in which BJP leaders and some police officials were pre...

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  • Botulism in California linked to Gehl Foods
Botulism in California linked to Gehl Foods

The California Department of Public Health said that anyone who had bought food at Valley Oak between April 23 and May 5 and had become sick should contact a physician immediately. Fewer than 100 cases of foodborne botulism are reported in the USA every year - in some years, there are not even 20 annual cases, according to the Center for D...

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  • President Trump Asks Mideast To Extinguish Extremism
President Trump Asks Mideast To Extinguish Extremism

Images of President Donald Trump placing his hands on a glowing orb has set alight the internet, prompting comparisons to science fiction and fantasy villains. While Obama offered an olive branch to Muslim countries including Iran, Trump rebuked the Iranian regime and issued a stern warning to other Muslim leaders that, "there can be no toleratin...

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  • Marijuana extract helps some kids with epilepsy
Marijuana extract helps some kids with epilepsy

This Tuesday, May 23, 2017, photo shows GW Pharmaceuticals' Epidiolex, a medicine made from marijuana, but without TCH, in NY. Although scientists have little or no idea how the chemical works in epilepsy patients, it was found to reduce the frequency of seizures by almost 40 per cent in children with Dravet syndrome , a rare form of the conditi...

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  • Ariana Grande 'flies home to Florida' after Manchester concert bombing
Ariana Grande 'flies home to Florida' after Manchester concert bombing

Three men have been arrested as part of the Manchester bomb investigation, United Kingdom police say. Salman Abedi has been identified as the Manchester suicide bomber who killed 22 people and injured dozens more outside an Ariana Grande concert Monday night.

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  • Donald Trump Responds to Manchester Bombing: 'They're Losers'
Donald Trump Responds to Manchester Bombing: 'They're Losers'

Earlier on Tuesday, his motorcade crossed through the barrier surrounding biblical Bethlehem for a meeting with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas , where he pressed for progress on the dormant peace process. Trump's visit to Jerusalem has been laden with religious symbolism. But in his public remarks, Trump steered clear of any suc...

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  • Health experts in Congo identify two more suspected Ebola cases
Health experts in Congo identify two more suspected Ebola cases

Fifteen metric tons of medical and logistical supplies will be sent by cargo plane from Kinshasa to allow the team to immediately begin their intervention in Likati. That outbreak was not connected to the massive epidemic in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone that left thousands dead. This is the eighth outbreak of Ebola virus disease in DRC since ...

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  • Highlights of Trump's budget proposal
Highlights of Trump's budget proposal

On Tuesday, OMB Director Mick Mulvaney unveiled President Trump's latest budget proposal . As President Donald Trump's budget proposal got its first hearing on Capitol Hill, congressional Democrats and some economists on Wednesday panned it for relying on a rosy economic forecast.

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  • IKEA Smart Home Lighting To Get Support for Alexa, Siri, Google Assistant
IKEA Smart Home Lighting To Get Support for Alexa, Siri, Google Assistant

Jeanette Skjelmose, head of lighting and IKEA Home Smart, added that in the coming years the company hopes to further "expand its [solutions] for a smart and connected home". Particularly, not having to use an app to control the smart home will make it an easier proposition to swallow. The retailer, which invests in tech startups through its ...

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  • Senators warn of fiscal fallout after Erdogan visit violence
Senators warn of fiscal fallout after Erdogan visit violence

It is infuriating that the Turkish government - rather than apologizing for its unlawful behavior - has the temerity to say that it hopes "in the future, appropriate measures" will be taken to prevent violence. Turkish officials said on Saturday they had stepped up training of the Free Syrian Army, which has fought alongside Turkish forces against ...

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  • Trump arrives in Israel
Trump arrives in Israel

President Donald Trump has declared in the past that finding a solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is "maybe not as hard as people have thought". "We have before us a rare opportunity to bring safety and security to this region", he said, but "we can only get there working together - there is no other way".

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  • Budget office to gauge health bill effect on coverage, cost
Budget office to gauge health bill effect on coverage, cost

The bill was successfully amended by Rep. Joe John (D-Wake), to make it so it wouldn't affect pending claims, and Rep. Republican leadership aides say it's unlikely the bill won't meet the Senate requirements. To some, the difference between the two coverage estimates isn't what matters. "I would vote "yes" for that bill", she said. Muchow ...

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  • Tracking Zika: Virus hit earlier than thought in Brazil, Florida
Tracking Zika: Virus hit earlier than thought in Brazil, Florida

Mosquitoes there started picking up the virus from infected travelers as early as March previous year, according to scientists who examined genetic information from samples from about 30 people with Zika as well as from mosquitoes. "We need to be well ahead of the next emerging viral threat, and genomics can have a role in achieving this", she sa...

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  • Trump administration unveils first budget with 3.6-trillion-dollar spending cut
Trump administration unveils first budget with 3.6-trillion-dollar spending cut

Mulvaney is a former tea party congressman from SC and co-founder of the far right Freedom Caucus. In a hearing before a House panel, Kelly insisted that it made sense to cut roughly $767 million from state and local grant programs, money meant to help local authorities prevent and respond to terrorist attacks and other disasters, because the f...

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  • White House proposes $46.54 billion in cuts to agriculture over ten years
White House proposes $46.54 billion in cuts to agriculture over ten years

Conservation programs also would take a big hit under the proposal . John Hoeven, R-N.D., who chairs the Senate's ag appropriations committee, in a statement . "This budget should be a warning to people in rural America". "Doing so undermines the credibility and the goal of farm programs". "They are now closer to making this a reality than ever b...

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  • 'Abbas told Trump he is ready to begin negotiations immediately'
'Abbas told Trump he is ready to begin negotiations immediately'

The Arab states have a crucial role to play, both in incentivizing the Israelis to make sacrifices for peace , and in supporting the Palestinians in concluding a conflict-ending agreement with Israel . It's there where Trump offered his condolences to the people of Manchester . Mr Trump's comments came after a flying visit to Israel and th...

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