• Footbridge collapses in Goa, 50 people fall into river
Footbridge collapses in Goa, 50 people fall into river

The bridge, fire officials said, could not take their weight and collapsed. According to police some people managed to swim towards river bank at their own, while others were rescued. Doctors at the hospital said that Victor Daniel (35) who suffered injuries on his shoulder and head and Ramesh Shankar (23), a native of UP who suffered fractures o...

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  • Adeleke's death: Osun Deputy Gov., others appear before coroner panel
Adeleke's death: Osun Deputy Gov., others appear before coroner panel

Mrs Titi Laoye-Tomori, the Osun Deputy Governor, on Monday, was made to appeared before the coroner's panel set up by Governor Rauf Aregbesola , to probe the death of Senator Isiaka Adeleke. I took four amples of diacepam, two amples of analgin (200mg), hydrocotysol, fortwin, gentamysin (160mg) to the senator's house which were part of the drugs h...

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  • 1 in 6 newlyweds' spouse is of different race or ethnicity
1 in 6 newlyweds' spouse is of different race or ethnicity

Despite lagging behind Asian and Hispanic newlyweds, black and white newlyweds experienced the most dramatic growth in the rate of interracial and interethnic marriages. Seventeen percent of all USA newlyweds had a spouse of a different race or ethnicity, a new Pew Research Center analysis reveals. Only 24 percent of people living in rural areas ...

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  • World braces for more cyber attacks as work week begins
World braces for more cyber attacks as work week begins

But to look too closely at bitcoin's ties with the ransomware attack is to miss the point, says cryptocurrency and cyber security expert Andreas Antonopoulos, who tweeted: "Ransomware attacks used the leaked NSA tools to compromise computers".

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  • 400 contacts being traced in Congo's Ebola outbreak
400 contacts being traced in Congo's Ebola outbreak

Peter Salama, executive director of WHO's health emergencies program. Sierra Leone's health officials check for Ebola in this March 2015 photo. Bas-Uele only has about 20 kilometers (12.4 miles) of paved roads and virtually no functioning telecommunications, making accessibility by aid workers very hard.

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  • Get the best use out of your sunscreen
Get the best use out of your sunscreen

The American Academy of Pediatrics says babies should be covered up in the sun. They set up free sunscreen dispensers at the Minnesota State Fair. "Unfortunately, for many people, sun protection is not a priority", said senior study author Dr.

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  • Suspected WannaCry affects Odisha hospital's data system
Suspected WannaCry affects Odisha hospital's data system

ADMO lodges complaint with Berhampur Town police. State's IT minister Chandra Sarathi Behera told reporters in Bhubaneswar that a technical team was sent to the Berhampur City Hospital. The information management system was also affected due to the attack, hospital officials said. Notably, a huge extortion cyber-attack had hit dozens of natio...

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  • Rewari village girls end protest after school upgradation
Rewari village girls end protest after school upgradation

More than 80 girls of Rewari's Gothra Tappa Dahina village were sitting on a hunger strike since May 10 demanding upgradation of their village high school to senior secondary school, alleging that the senior secondary school that they are in, is about 3 km away in another village and they face harassment on the way to their school from local boys.

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  • What Twitter's privacy changes mean for you
What Twitter's privacy changes mean for you

Here you can choose what level of personalisation you would like to see in the adverts Twitter shows you. This will take you through to your " Personalisation and data " settings, allowing you to control how Twitter collects and uses your information.

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  • Women in 30s now having more babies than younger moms in US
Women in 30s now having more babies than younger moms in US

In 2016, the birth rate for women ages 30 to 34 was about 103 per 1,000 women, while the rate for women ages 25 to 29 was 102 per 1,000. The CDC did not release the exact numbers of deliveries for each group. In addition, the average age a woman has the first child is now 28 years old. Meanwhile, the birth rate among teen girls dropped. Meanwhi...

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  • DC Comics to celebrate Wonder Woman Day on June 3
DC Comics to celebrate Wonder Woman Day on June 3

The superhero has been fighting injustice for literal decades now, becoming a symbol of female strength for generations of young women. "I'd like to bring her a little farther along into the future and have a fun, exciting storyline that is its own thing".

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  • Hit-run crash involving bus sends 14 students to hospital in Lancaster
Hit-run crash involving bus sends 14 students to hospital in Lancaster

Police are asking the public to call if they find a male driver in a light-colored, newer-model sedan that most likely has front bumper damage. According to police, the driver attempted to speed around semi-trailer truck but ended up colliding into an escort vehicle.

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  • Pakistan says diplomats detained in Kabul have been released
Pakistan says diplomats detained in Kabul have been released

The Pakistani officials claim two diplomats of the country have been arrested by the Afghan security forces in capital Kabul. Wednesday's statement from Pakistan's foreign ministry says it handed over a protest note to the Afghan deputy head of mission in Islamabad over the incident.

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  • Notorious Moors Murderer Ian Brady dies in United Kingdom hospital
Notorious Moors Murderer Ian Brady dies in United Kingdom hospital

The thoughts of everyone within Greater Manchester Police are with the families who lost loved ones in the most painful and traumatic way. He said support from well-wishers "means more than I could ever put in to words". The remains of Keith Bennett have never been found, after Brady refused to give details to authorities despite repeated appeals...

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  • Selena Gomez drops 'Bad Liar' single and video
Selena Gomez drops 'Bad Liar' single and video

The track has also been given the seal of approval by Talking Heads' David Byrne. Talking Heads formed in NY in 1975 and were comprised of lead singer and principal songwriter David Byrne , drummer Chris Frantz, keyboardist and guitarist Jerry Harrison and Tina on bass.

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  • Pakistan board bans, fines spinner Nawaz
Pakistan board bans, fines spinner Nawaz

The all-rounder has been suspended for two months; convicted for breaching Anti-Corruption code of conduct Article 2.4.4 that deals with any approach to a corrupt person. Four other players are now under investigation and have been provisionally suspended - Sharjeel Khan, Khalid Latif , Nasir Jamshed and Shahzaib Hasan could face bans ranging from...

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  • 5 ways to become a smaller target for ransomware hackers
5 ways to become a smaller target for ransomware hackers

The spread of the virus WannaCry, which locked up more than 100,000 computers, had slowed on Sunday, but new versions of the worm were expected even while the world was yet to take stock of the extent of damage from Friday's attack. In England, 48 National Health Service (NHS) trusts reported problems at hospitals, doctor surgeries or pharmacies, a...

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  • PNG Announces Plan to Close Australian Detention Center on Manus Island
PNG Announces Plan to Close Australian Detention Center on Manus Island

Parts of the center, on Manus Island, will close in weeks, according to the detainees, who said they were told of the decision during a meeting Monday. "Immigration is telling people that their plan is to remove those people who were interviewed for America to East Lorengau camp, which is close to Lorengau town", said Behrouz Boochani, a Kurd...

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  • Are parasitic worms lurking in your seafood? Here's what Canadian experts say
Are parasitic worms lurking in your seafood? Here's what Canadian experts say

In this case, the man was dealing with gut pain, vomiting and a fever for about a week before he turned up in hospital. He had recently eaten sushi. An endoscopy showed that a "filiform parasite firmly attached" itself to the man's abdomen.

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  • Poland's Majka retains lead in Tour of California
Poland's Majka retains lead in Tour of California

The fourth stage Wednesday takes riders 99 miles from Santa Barbara inland to Santa Clarita, a lumpy stage where Bora-Hansgrohe will again try to set Sagan up for the victory. But two sweeping turns toward the beach made it hard for the lead-out trains to stay together, and gave Sagan the opening he needed. It was his 16th career stage win in Nor...

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  • Here's how impeachment works - and why Trump is safe for now
Here's how impeachment works - and why Trump is safe for now

Ryan took a cautious note about the maelstrom surrounding Trump, saying there has been a lot of reporting lately that "requires closer examination". The health care bill was eventually retooled and passed the House with Amash's support. It also asked the White House to provide records of interactions with Comey, including those "relating to the ...

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  • Lack of sleep could be making you ugly
Lack of sleep could be making you ugly

That's right: beauty sleep is real . Their night-time movements were tracked so they couldn't cheat, naturally. The team, lead by Dr Tina Sundelin , found that strangers were good at assessing how exhausted a person was, and that they rated the sleepy set of photographs as less attractive than the photos of the same people when they were well...

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  • McDonald's to collaborate with Uber to deliver food
McDonald's to collaborate with Uber to deliver food

It will be easier for Angelenos to have McDonald's and alcohol delivered right to their doorstep. Almost 90 percent of McDonald's 14,000 USA restaurants are independently owned and operated by businessmen and women. "With UberEATS , you can get the food you want, where you want it, delivered at Uber speed". To place an order for McDonald'...

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  • 1 dies, infant and man injured in wrong way crash in Annapolis
1 dies, infant and man injured in wrong way crash in Annapolis

At one point, two helicopters set down on Route 50 including one that carried personnel from the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore to help with rescue efforts. Murphy's vehicle crashed head-on with Skidmore's SUV, which came to rest on the side of the highway in a wooded area. Traffic is being detoured around the scene onto Route 450 and ...

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  • UK's Liberal Democrats promise new Brexit vote if elected
UK's Liberal Democrats promise new Brexit vote if elected

We will invest in our schools to give all our children a fair chance in life, and look after the ill and elderly by investing in health and social care . Labour says the policy will cost between £700 million and £900 million a year, paid-for by Value-Added Tax charged on private school feels. North-east Scotland will get additional help to r...

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  • Fidget spinner gets lodged in girl's throat
Fidget spinner gets lodged in girl's throat

Kelly Rose Joniec , from Texas, has described the terrifying moment her daughter Britton swallowed a piece of one of the wildly popular playthings and was rushed to hospital for surgery, reports The Sun. Fidget spinners are driving many adults insane, but one Texas woman is warning about her daughter's unsafe experience. This reporter tried but f...

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  • Tornado watch issued for western counties, storms expected
Tornado watch issued for western counties, storms expected

A thunderstorm capable of producing high winds and large hail threatened parts of southeast Lincoln early on Wednesday afternoon as residents braced for a second day of severe weather. Thankfully storms will move out overnight leaving us with quiet weather conditions into Thursday morning. The storms that are passing south of our viewing area are...

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  • FDA, CDC warn some lead poisoning tests may not be accurate
FDA, CDC warn some lead poisoning tests may not be accurate

The tests are created to detect lead poisoning that can stunt children's growth and reduce their IQs, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The warning applies only to tests in which blood samples are taken from a vein, not the more common finger- or heel-prick tests. Shuren added that "the agency is aggressively investig...

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  • 3-D Printed Ovaries Are Helping Mice to Get Pregnant
3-D Printed Ovaries Are Helping Mice to Get Pregnant

Watkins Memorial Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and an individual from the Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center of Northwestern University . Atala was not involved in the new research. "We wouldn't be able to do that if we didn't use a 3-D printer platform". "Live birth wasn't even our first goal".

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  • Poison Control issues warning after teen died from too much caffeine
Poison Control issues warning after teen died from too much caffeine

His family says he stayed away from drugs and alcohol. A classmate who was with Davis the day he died said he "basically chugged" an energy drink during class, CBS News correspondent Tony Dokoupil reports. Energy drinks contain about 300 mg of caffeine . 5-hour Energy Shot contains 200 mg. A recent study showed one-third of teens regular...

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  • Visakhapatnam railway station cleanest, Darbhanga dirtiest
Visakhapatnam railway station cleanest, Darbhanga dirtiest

In A category, Khammam came second and Ahmedabad third. Visakhapatnam is followed by Secunderabad, Jammu, Vijayawada and the Anand Vihar railway stations; according report released by the Union Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu. The one in Varanasi, the Lok Sabha constituency of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, ranked 14th. Though it jumped 200 posit...

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  • Google Hopes This New Technology Will Make Artificial Intelligence Smarter
Google Hopes This New Technology Will Make Artificial Intelligence Smarter

Businesses must ask to use Google's new chips on a test basis before Google debuts them to the public at an unspecified time later this year. While on stage today at Google I/O 2017, CEO Sundar Pichai announced the company's second generation TPUs (Tensor Processing Units), a cloud-computing system of software and hardware that aid in machine ...

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  • Always Dreaming is 4-5 early favorite for Preakness
Always Dreaming is 4-5 early favorite for Preakness

Let's check out how the entire group will line up for the 142nd running of the Run for the Black-Eyed Susans along with odds for each horse. When a fresh face to the Triple Crown arrives on the scene at the Preakness, there is always a degree of interest, with people wondering, "Is this perhaps the horse who can beat the Kentucky Derby victor?"...

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  • IPL Fantasy League 2017: Top 5 Picks For MI Vs RPS Clash
IPL Fantasy League 2017: Top 5 Picks For MI Vs RPS Clash

The innings was set up well for finisher MS Dhoni, and despite not looking in his best form smashed 40 off 26 balls. Mumbai would hope that they rise up to the big occasion today. "We knew the wicket is going to play slow, but we have played enough games here to understand the conditions, " Rohit said. This time is will be hard to repeat the sa...

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  • Trump Plans To Quickly Nominate New FBI Director
Trump Plans To Quickly Nominate New FBI Director

Mr Comey's dismissal has caused an outcry in Washington, with some accusing the president of trying to stifle a probe into alleged Russian links to his election campaign. Sen. He was appointed by Federation Internationale de Football Association in 2012 to investigate World Cup bidding contests, then resigned after he said the global soccer organiz...

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