• Female Nursery Worker Stabbed By Three Women In London
Female Nursery Worker Stabbed By Three Women In London

She was taken to the hospital and was very shaken up, but is doing well and was expected to be discharged later on Wednesday, the Daily Mail reported. He said his fiancee called him to say the school was not allowing anyone to leave "because there was a stabbing outside", and added the police did not know "where the persons who did it were".

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  • Baby gorilla named after Bristol zookeeper's stillborn daughter
Baby gorilla named after Bristol zookeeper's stillborn daughter

Kira, who lives at Philadelphia Zoo , suffered a hard birth that required medical techniques typically used for delivering humans. After one and a half hours, the team delivered a healthy 5-lb. Keepers at Philadelphia Zoo in the USA noticed that 17-year-old Kira had gone into labour on Thursday last week but grew concerned when the typically q...

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  • Clark tells NDP, Greens that delaying Site C could cost $600 million
Clark tells NDP, Greens that delaying Site C could cost $600 million

British Columbia's political leaders exchanged duelling letters over the future of the Site C dam project on Tuesday, with Premier Christy Clark arguing that delays will cost hundreds of millions of dollars. Clark's government in a confidence vote, wrote to the CEO of BC Hydro earlier this week demanding that the Crown corporation delay evictions o...

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  • Pruitt defends Paris decision, advocates fuel diversity in media lap
Pruitt defends Paris decision, advocates fuel diversity in media lap

Sticking with the Paris non-deal could have cost millions of American jobs. OK, so let's call this the " Pruitt Math" defense - if the numbers don't provide the message he wants, he can just add in other stuff until he can say what he wants to say.

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  • Putin says he 'didn't really even talk' to ex-Trump adviser Flynn
Putin says he 'didn't really even talk' to ex-Trump adviser Flynn

Kelly's NBC program, Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly , runs at the same time as 60 Minutes , and Sunday's program went head to head with a re-run of the CBS program. Putin said that, had there been a proposal and it were appealing to the Russians, his foreign minister would have told him. It's just that French journalists asked me about those hac...

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  • 'No reason' to cancel Trump's United Kingdom visit
'No reason' to cancel Trump's United Kingdom visit

Donald Trump Jr, who along with brother Eric is running the Trump business while his father is president, told ABC News that leaders should not keep appeasing terrorism. "That's not to say that Prime Minister May was wrong to go and see President Trump , it's not wrong". However, White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders on Monday said Trump...

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  • Piano-playing bear strikes viral chord at Colorado apartment
Piano-playing bear strikes viral chord at Colorado apartment

She later checked security camera footage and saw the bear roaming the apartment and pouncing on piano keys. After coming home to a trashed kitchen, a family in Vail, Colorado, suspected that a burglar broke into their house. "So, it pried open the window and that's how it got in", said Hawley. "The chords captured on video were unbearable a...

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  • Comprehensive Stock Analysis Of Delcath Systems, Inc. (DCTH)
Comprehensive Stock Analysis Of Delcath Systems, Inc. (DCTH)

The Relative Strength Index (RSI), developed by J. Welles Wilder, is a momentum oscillator that calculates the speed and change of price movements. RSI oscillates between zero and 100. A moving average can help cut down the amount of "noise" on a price chart. Average True Range looks at the distance the price is traveling each day and plots it on a...

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  • London attack victims include Canadian woman, French citizen
London attack victims include Canadian woman, French citizen

Christine Archibald was killed in London during a terror attack Saturday . The family asked that people honour her memory by making the community a better place. "I don't know what else to say except: #Chrissysentme". "She could have been any one of us and her tragic death has left our province shaken", she said in a release Monday.

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  • S. Korean official suspended over US missile defense report
S. Korean official suspended over US missile defense report

President Donald Trump is displayed to oppose a plan to deploy an advanced U.S. missile defense system called Terminal High-Altitude Area Defense, or THAAD , near the U.S. Earlier, the presidential office accused the defense ministry of failing to report to President Moon the secret delivery of four additional THAAD launchers in addition to the ...

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  • Summer Reading Program Kicks Off with Magic
Summer Reading Program Kicks Off with Magic

ZANESVILLE, Ohio- The Muskingum County Library System has launched their Summer Experience Program for 2017. The free reading-related programs started June 1st and will continue to July 14th at all 14 JHLS library branches. Help Carnegie Library reach its ambitious new "180,000 book Summer Reading Challenge" at this outdoor celebration open to al...

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  • UK police name third attacker as new search gets underway
UK police name third attacker as new search gets underway

All three attackers were shot dead at the scene by officers within eight minutes of police receiving the first emergency call. At least seven people were killed and another 48 people were wounded in the attack. A family friend said "she had room in her heart for everyone and believed strongly that every person was to be valued and respected". N...

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  • Even moderate drinking linked to changes in brain structure, study finds
Even moderate drinking linked to changes in brain structure, study finds

Alcohol has an effect on your brain, perhaps at lower levels than previously thought. Recommended drinking limits for British men were sharply reduced past year, to 14 units a week (or 11 Irish units). We all know heavy drinking is bad for your brain, but how about moderate drinking? On the other hand, the study found, people's drinking habits...

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  • Street drug blamed for deaths, many overdoses in Georgia
Street drug blamed for deaths, many overdoses in Georgia

Overdoses have also been reported Warner Robins, Centerville, Perry and Albany. The pills on the street are often laced with many other drugs, she said . Lopez said Navicent Health first contacted the poison center late Monday night after treating five people - all from the same household - for overdoses.

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  • British Police Name 2 Attackers From Terrorist Attack In London
British Police Name 2 Attackers From Terrorist Attack In London

Butt, along with two others, are responsible for at least seven deaths after ramming a van into civilians atop London Bridge before embarking on a brutal stabbing spree. One of the victims in Saturday's attack was identified as Chrissy Archibald, a Canadian who had moved to Europe to be with her fiance. ISIS said its "soldiers" carried out th...

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  • CBSE seeks vacation of stay on NEET results
CBSE seeks vacation of stay on NEET results

Many states will require at least six weeks to complete engineering admissions. Hence it is nearly impossible that the NEET 2017 results would be declared on June 08, as tentatively fixed by the CBSE . It is said that the CBSE could not process the result because of the onging legal battle. However the current scenario, gives a hint of delay a...

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  • Police identify perpetrators of London Bridge terror attack
Police identify perpetrators of London Bridge terror attack

Although the attackers were also dead, authorities raced to determine whether they had accomplices, and Prime Minister Theresa May warned the country faced a new threat from copycat attacks. Asked whether she regretted presiding over the cuts, May did not answer the question, saying London's Metropolitan Police was well resourced and had powerf...

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  • Rock icon Gregg Allman laid to rest
Rock icon Gregg Allman laid to rest

While the ceremony itself was private, hundreds of fans were allowed to overlook Rose Hill Cemetery and surrounding streets to pay their respects. Former U.S. Gregg and the Allman Brothers Band were very helpful to me in my 1976 presidential campaign. We can't imagine how hard this dark time must be for Cher , as well as the rest of Gregg'...

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  • Saudi Arabia, Egypt, UAE sever ties to Qatar over 'terrorism'
Saudi Arabia, Egypt, UAE sever ties to Qatar over 'terrorism'

Customers affected by the decision are being offered a refund. Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Qatar are all members of the GCC. It accused Doha of harbouring "terrorist and sectarian groups that aim to destabilise the region including the Muslim Brotherhood, Daesh (IS) and Al-Qaeda".

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  • Acting US envoy to China quits over Trump's climate decision
Acting US envoy to China quits over Trump's climate decision

Multiple news outlets reported that Rank was now serving as chargé d'affaires of the U.S. Embassy. With 27 years of service in the State Department, Rank may qualify for a significant government pension, depending on his age. The official spoke on condition of anonymity. Jonathan Fritz, the embassy's economics councillor, would serve as charg...

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  • Trump will not use executive privilege to block Comey testimony
Trump will not use executive privilege to block Comey testimony

In a March hearing before the House Intelligence Committee , Comey for the first time announced the full scope of what had been known until then as the Russian Federation investigation. While the justices said conversations between presidents and top aides were presumed confidential, they said the privilege is not absolute. A federal judge later...

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  • 'Americans don't need Washington to meet our Paris commitments', says Michael Bloomberg
'Americans don't need Washington to meet our Paris commitments', says Michael Bloomberg

When asked about the coalition's decision, the White House said Friday that the administration believes in "states' rights". He said MA will continue its commitment to exceed the emission reduction targets of the Paris compact. Governors of three states - New York , California, and Washington - have formed the U.S. Climate Alliance in a...

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  • AAA: Virginia motorists paying $2.09 a gallon for gas
AAA: Virginia motorists paying $2.09 a gallon for gas

That's up from $2.29 a week ago but much lower than the state average of $2.61 a year ago. More people hit the road in the summer, raising prices as demand increases. In the coming weeks, prices will likely drop sharply or stay flat for consumers at the pump, Jenkins said. Despite the declines, Roseville gas prices remain slightly higher than price...

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  • AZ' Lynparza cuts risk of breast cancer progression
AZ' Lynparza cuts risk of breast cancer progression

The OlympiAD study showed that the drug could help some patients avoid chemotherapy, AstraZeneca Chief Medical Officer Sean Bohen said in a telephone interview. Six patients did not receive treatment. "That it can offer around three extra months before the disease progresses compared to chemotherapy - and a better quality of life during that ...

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  • 5-Year-Old Shot in Head in the Bronx
5-Year-Old Shot in Head in the Bronx

A 5-year-old Bronx boy was shot in the head by a stray bullet on his birthday Monday evening, cops said. Sources said he is expected to survive as the bullet lodged in his skull but apparently did no brain damage. A Hispanic man in a white T-shirt approached a second man on the sidewalk and started shooting, police said. The boy was first taken t...

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  • Yuvraj Singh's vintage magic helps India to beat Pak in Champions Trophy
Yuvraj Singh's vintage magic helps India to beat Pak in Champions Trophy

When on 37, Azhar Ali was dropped by Bhuvneshwar Kumar running in from long-on. "If a team after winning the toss in Birmingham , which was overcast with rain around, starts with a left arm spinner and continues with him for 5 overs, all I can say is it is a decision that defies reason and logic".

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  • Sushma Swaraj rubbishes money making allegations made by Trump
Sushma Swaraj rubbishes money making allegations made by Trump

It has said it remained committed to carrying out its obligations under the accord despite the U.S. pullout. "We have signed the Paris accord not under any pressure nor for any money.to say we did it for money, I totally reject that". She started the interaction by outlining how the government, under Narendra Modi, has so far rescued 80,000 Indians...

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  • Virginia joins other states in Paris climate goal alliance
Virginia joins other states in Paris climate goal alliance

Ten US states have joined the coalition committed to upholding Paris climate agreement despite US President Donald Trump's recent decision to withdraw the United States from the treaty, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced in a press release on Monday.

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  • Men charged in deaths at Oakland warehouse fire
Men charged in deaths at Oakland warehouse fire

The other man arrested was Max Harris . A Lake County law enforcement official said Alameda County authorities arrested Almena and investigators had him in their custody. It's unknown if Harris is represented by a lawyer. The Trump administration is seeking public comment on a plan to use seismic air guns to find oil and gas formations deep un...

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  • Babies may sleep longer in their own rooms, study says
Babies may sleep longer in their own rooms, study says

According to the researchers, at nine moths, babies in their own rooms slept about 40 minutes longer at night and over 20 minutes overall, compared with babies sharing a room with their parents. Penn State College of Medicine researchers are arguing recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics regarding room sharing. Moon noted ...

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  • UN says population chief Babatunde Osotimehin died suddenly
UN says population chief Babatunde Osotimehin died suddenly

Mr. Osotimehin, Nigeria's former health minister and former head of Nigeria's aids agency, NACA, died in the early hours of Monday, sources close to him have told PREMIUM TIMES . Aliyu said during Osotimehin's period as head of NACA, he successfully transformed the organization from a committee to a Federal Government agency, "he will be fondly ...

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  • Cavs ignore last year's comeback after another 0-2 hole
Cavs ignore last year's comeback after another 0-2 hole

The Cavaliers were in the same position last season, dropping the first two games of the series in Golden State. There's no way the Cavs can steal a game in Oakland without an engaged Kyrie Irving . "So it's good to have him back over there". "He missed some chippies - ones he's so accustomed to making". Kyrie Irving scored 24 points in the...

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  • Supreme Court to hear Detroit man's cell phone data privacy case
Supreme Court to hear Detroit man's cell phone data privacy case

The criminal case, which stems from a police investigation of a robbery suspect, could have a significant impact on people's privacy rights to a broad swath of digital data, including material stored in the cloud. Law-enforcement officials received several months' worth of historical cell-site records, which indicate the cell towers with which a ce...

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  • Ancient lake on Mars harboured diverse microbial life
Ancient lake on Mars harboured diverse microbial life

This discovery comes from NASA's Curiosity rover , which found evidence of " halos " near the floor of the Red Planet's 96-mile-wide Gale Crater . The observations. Dr. Hurowitz told the website, spanned roughly 330 vertical feet (100 meters) of rock deposits - a thickness that he noted would require as many as 10 million years to form at the...

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  • Abbas halts monthly stipends for Hamas ex-inmates
Abbas halts monthly stipends for Hamas ex-inmates

According to that plan, Jews would have a state called Israel, and Arabs would have a state called " Palestine ". This assumption, of course, has already proven wrong. Gaza is now under control of the terrorist group known as Hamas . Palestinians from Gaza have been banned from work in Israel since the 2007 takeover of Gaza by the Islamic mil...

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