• Facebook Live Video Probed After Chicago Teenager's Body Found in Hotel Freezer
Facebook Live Video Probed After Chicago Teenager's Body Found in Hotel Freezer

Kenneka Jenkins was found dead inside a walk-in freezer . Martin said police initially told her Jenkins was intoxicated when she entered the freezer, that "freak accidents like that do occur". "When I used to break down and cry and want to give up, she would tell me she's got my back", Harris said. Following the mysterious death, her case h...

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  • Exodus of Rohingya to Bangladesh tops quarter of a million
Exodus of Rohingya to Bangladesh tops quarter of a million

These include: urgent and sustained action to prevent violence, maintain peace , foster reconciliation, assure unhindered humanitarian access and address the issue of citizenship . Myanmar's government has rejected a proposed ceasefire by militants in the country's embattled Rakhine state, saying they don't "negotiate with terrorists".

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  • Ceremonies held to honor 16th anniversary of September 11 attacks
Ceremonies held to honor 16th anniversary of September 11 attacks

She lost her husband, Brian Joseph Murphy. On Sept. 11, 2001, Islamic terrorists hijacked airplanes and flew them into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon . Additionally, the names of each victim will be read at the National September 11 Memorial and Museum . President Donald Trump is preparing to preside over his first 9/11 commemoration...

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  • Bangladesh offers land to shelter Rohingya fleeing Myanmar
Bangladesh offers land to shelter Rohingya fleeing Myanmar

He also mentioned that Bangladesh has already been hosting some 400,000 Rohingya for the last three decades and the total number of Myanmar nationals living in Bangladesh has now crossed 700,000. After the massive killings of Rohingya Muslims, there was a brief and vague statement of UN Secretary General, who said, "The current situation underlin...

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  • Hurricane Irma: Donald Trump Approves SC Disaster Declaration
Hurricane Irma: Donald Trump Approves SC Disaster Declaration

Residents cleared out store shelves, grabbing the essentials as they prepared for the worst in cities like Savannah, Georgia , and Charleston, South Carolina . North Carolina is still several days away from feeling the effects of Irma, but could begin to feel wind from the storm Sunday and see rough surf and beach erosion as early as today.

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  • After Irma, Caribbean islands told to brace for another hurricane: Jose
After Irma, Caribbean islands told to brace for another hurricane: Jose

The Category 5 hurricane's maximum sustained winds lessened from 185 miles per hour to 180 miles per hour, though the National Hurricane Center noted the storm was still "extremely risky". The eye of Irma was passing just north of Puerto Rico late Wednesday, buffeting the USA island territory's capital, San Juan, with heavy downpours and strong w...

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  • Shock : Rajdhani Express Derails in Delhi, 2 accidents in a day
Shock : Rajdhani Express Derails in Delhi, 2 accidents in a day

Udasi said that senior railway officials had rushed to the accident site and were working to clear the traffic. The train was moving very slowly and stopped suddenly. On August 19, the Utkal Express had derailed in the Muzaffarnagar district, killing 22 people and injuring 156. Earlier in the morning even coaches of Shaktipunj Express travellin...

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  • United Nations investigators say Assad carried out sarin gas attack on Khan Sheikhoun
United Nations investigators say Assad carried out sarin gas attack on Khan Sheikhoun

A previous investigation by chemical weapons inspectors had identified the use of sarin at Khan Sheikhoun but did not say who was responsible. In a detailed timeline of a March attack on a mosque in the northern Syrian town of Jinah, the commission said the coalition had neither taken appropriate measures to protect civilians nor provided evide...

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  • Saina Nehwal to move back to Pullela Gopichand academy
Saina Nehwal to move back to Pullela Gopichand academy

Not a bad record at all! Badminton fans in India will hope to see Saina play some incredible badminton as it was the Indian star, who carried the national flag before PV Sindhu had come into the picture. Despite her move, Vimal said Saina would be welcomed with open arms at the Prakash Padukone Badminton Academy (PPBA). However, it is not the f...

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  • Steely Dan co-founder Walter Becker dies
Steely Dan co-founder Walter Becker dies

Becker formed one half of the band's initial duo, performing lead guitar by the side of Donald Fagen , Steely Dan's keyboardist and lead vocalist. The guitarist's death was reported on his personal website with two photographs of the musician and the epitaph: "feb.

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  • Nearly 90000 Rohingyas Flee To Bangladesh
Nearly 90000 Rohingyas Flee To Bangladesh

The embassy attack, which police said caused a small fire, came in the early hours of Sunday morning against the backdrop of mounting anger in Indonesia, home to the world's biggest Muslim population, over violence against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.

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  • Local Red Cross volunteers heading south to help hurricane Harvey victims
Local Red Cross volunteers heading south to help hurricane Harvey victims

American Red Cross shelters will receive $ 10 million from Walmart. The American Red Cross says they have hundreds of experienced volunteers working around the clock to provide supplies and shelter to Gulf Coast residents that have been affected by Hurricane Harvey .

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  • Cabinet reshuffle likely on weekend: a few big changes on the cards
Cabinet reshuffle likely on weekend: a few big changes on the cards

Two ministers - Skill Development Minister Rajiv Pratap Rudy and Muzzafarnagar MP and minister Sanjiv Balyan - have resigned while Uma Bharti and medium and small scale industries minister Kalraj Mishra have offered to resign, political sources told Network18.

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  • Nikkei India's services PMI rises 51.2 in August
Nikkei India's services PMI rises 51.2 in August

Asia's factories cranked up production in August as global demand remained strong, confounding expectations that growth may have peaked, but worries about China's massive debt and monetary tightening in the West are likely to keep businesses and markets on edge for months to come.

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  • Boeing donates United States dollars 1m to assist Hurricane Harvey recovery and relief efforts
Boeing donates United States dollars 1m to assist Hurricane Harvey recovery and relief efforts

The "Telethon for Texas" will go until 7 p.m. Tuesday. "This total is higher than the previous record of 48 inches set during tropical cyclone Amelia of 1978 at Medina, Texas". The Red Cross is working very closely with the entire response community - government agencies, other non-profit groups, faith-based organizations, area businesses and othe...

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  • India wins toss, elects to bat against Sri Lanka in 4th ODI
India wins toss, elects to bat against Sri Lanka in 4th ODI

Dhoni combined well with Manish Pandey to take India close to the 400-run mark. India lost Shikhar Dhawan with 6 on the board, after which Rohit and Kohli added 219 runs. Shardul Thakur who has been in India set up for a year now could also make his ODI debut in Thursday's game. When KL Rahul failed to keep a flick down off Dananjaya in ...

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  • Parma resident confirmed to have West Nile virus
Parma resident confirmed to have West Nile virus

Spraying is only triggered if additional human cases are confirmed within the same general vicinity as this would give some confidence that the unrelated individuals were infected by mosquitoes in the same area. West Nile virus causes a potentially serious illness related to Japanese Encephalitis and Saint Louis encephalitis. Region of Waterloo P...

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  • FDA OKs 1st Gene Therapy for Use in US
FDA OKs 1st Gene Therapy for Use in US

Kymriah is the first therapy based on gene transfer approved by the FDA. Kymriah is approved for use in the most common form of the disease and is only for patients whose cancer hasn't responded to initial treatments. The others still are being tracked to see how they fare long-term. Most patients suffered side effects that can be grueling, e...

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  • 2 million customers' data stolen from games store Cex
2 million customers' data stolen from games store Cex

If you've ever sold games or used phones via second-hand electronics dealer CeX's website , you should probably change your passwords right now. "As such, as a precautionary measure, we advise customers to change their password across other services where they may have re-used their WeBuy website password".

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  • Big win in Bawana breaks AAP's chain of defeats
Big win in Bawana breaks AAP's chain of defeats

Delhi BJP president Manoj Tiwari has formed an inquiry committee to examine the causes of BJP's defeat in the Bawana Assembly by-polls. Bawana constituency of Delhi had witnessed a turnout of 44.84 percent - much below the 61.83 percent in the assembly polls in 2015.

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  • President Trump set to speak in Missouri on tax code overhaul
President Trump set to speak in Missouri on tax code overhaul

President Donald Trump is set Wednesday to deliver a speech in Springfield, Missouri, underscoring the need for a tax code overhaul ahead this fall's crucial legislative period and laying out an economic roadmap for the United States to "begin its comeback", a senior White House official said .

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  • Don't kiss your pet turtle; Salmonella — CDC
Don't kiss your pet turtle; Salmonella — CDC

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 37 people have been infected with the outbreak strain of Salmonella Agbeni, including three from CT. People should be careful when they have contact with turtles and other reptiles. If soap and water are not readily available, use hand sanitizer until you are able to wash your hands wi...

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  • Rohingya Muslims flee to Bangladesh as fresh violence erupts in Myanmar
Rohingya Muslims flee to Bangladesh as fresh violence erupts in Myanmar

Almost 100 people are officially reported dead in the ongoing clashes, including 80 Rohingya insurgents and 12 members of the Burmese security forces deployed in the theatre. "Around 6,000 Myanmar nationals have gathered on the border and are trying to enter Bangladesh", a senior Border Guard Bangladesh official told AFP, referring to the Ro...

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  • Four cups of coffee daily reduces risk of early death, says study
Four cups of coffee daily reduces risk of early death, says study

Additionally, there was a 22 percent reduction in all-cause mortality for participants who drank an additional two cups per day within the 10 year period. Previous studies have showed that drinking up to five cups of coffee a day may halve the risk of developing the most common form of primary liver cancer and over three cups a day may halve prostr...

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  • 'Breakthrough' drug lowers risk of cancer and heart attack, study finds
'Breakthrough' drug lowers risk of cancer and heart attack, study finds

Paul Ridker of Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston. Futhermore, when the cardiovascular and cancer data were published simultaneously in the New England Journal of Medicine and The Lancet respectively, they were both accompanied by editorials suggesting an unclear clinical benefit in either indication.

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  • Cleveland have deadline to finalize Kyrie Irving-Isaiah Thomas trade with Celtics
Cleveland have deadline to finalize Kyrie Irving-Isaiah Thomas trade with Celtics

Still, Wojnarowski doesn't think Thomas' red-flag will get the trade vetoed. Thomas left Cleveland Friday evening after taking the physical. The deadline for the players being traded to report and submit to a physical is 10 a.m. Irving was scheduled to take his physical with the Celtics on Saturday in Boston, league sources said. Th...

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  • 'Hats off to Tamim and Shakib'
'Hats off to Tamim and Shakib'

Both players have regularly appeared in limited overs matches against Australia , and Shakib has played in the Big Bash League, however the passing Australian fan could understandably have been relatively unfamiliar with the pair. Australia's Pat Cummins was among the wicket takers against Bangladesh on day one. The hosts are hoping Shakib, o...

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  • Tropical Storm Watch for Parts of South Carolina Coast
Tropical Storm Watch for Parts of South Carolina Coast

If the system develops into a storm it will be named Irma. Regardless of how the system develops, the low was expected to cause increased winds and rough surf along the Georgia, North and SC coasts on Sunday and through mid-week. No significant flooding, damaging winds or storm surge are expected from this system. It is also possible that t...

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  • Rajnath reviews security situation in Haryana
Rajnath reviews security situation in Haryana

The Chief Minister said his government would not accept any nonsense or allow anyone to spread bad blood in Punjab even on Monday and this was his promise to the state and its people. Section 144 was imposed in Punjab , Haryana, Uttarakhand's Nainital and Noida, Ghaziabad and Meerut district of Uttar Pradesh. - Delhi Transport Corporation has ...

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  • Aetna Publishes Hundreds of Customers' HIV Status Via Envelope Window
Aetna Publishes Hundreds of Customers' HIV Status Via Envelope Window

According to lawyers at the Legal Action Center , customers have also logged complaints with the Office of Civil Rights of the Department of Health and Human Services. The letter also asks what Aetna is doing to prevent similar situations in the future. " This type of mistake is unacceptable , and we are undertaking a full review of our processes...

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  • First Look Photos And Images of Lalbaugcha Raja is Out
First Look Photos And Images of Lalbaugcha Raja is Out

He is best recognised for having an elephant head - the rest of his body is that of a man, most often depicted with four arms. Ganesh Chaturthi is India's one of the most attractive festivals, This year Ganesh Chaturthi is going to give memorable day in our lives and it gives vast happiness in our family, when you bring Lord Ganesh and maki...

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  • UN Experts 'Disturbed' by US 'Failure' to Reject and Condemn Racist Demonstrations
UN Experts 'Disturbed' by US 'Failure' to Reject and Condemn Racist Demonstrations

A U.N. Human Rights Council committee issued a terse "early warning" to the United States over police violence and racial discrimination on Monday. One woman, Heather Heyer , was killed that day, when a man with neo-Nazi sympathies drove a vehicle into a crowd of counter-protesters.

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  • Google Will Ask: 'Are You Depressed?'
Google Will Ask: 'Are You Depressed?'

According to Mary Giliberti, Chief Executive Officer, National Alliance of Mental Illness , it take nearly six to eight years to diagnose that one is suffering from clinical depression . Google's questionnaire won't replace a real doctor's diagnosis. " Google's mission is to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible an...

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  • US jury orders Johnson & Johnson to pay $417 mn compensation
US jury orders Johnson & Johnson to pay $417 mn compensation

Johnson & Johnson has been named a defendant in more than 5,000 talcum powder lawsuits now pending in courts around the country, all of which were filed on behalf of women who allegedly developed ovarian cancer following the regular and repeated use of the company's talc-based powders for feminine hygiene purposes.

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  • Iraqi forces regain three-quarters of the fief jihadist of Tal Afar
Iraqi forces regain three-quarters of the fief jihadist of Tal Afar

There are also reports that Iraqi army soldiers and Hashd al-Shaabi fighters have liberated 75 percent of land in al-Jazeera district southeast of Tal Afar. US Defense Secretary James Mattis has paid a surprise visit to Iraq, where he is meeting with officials, including the leader of the country's semi-autonomous Kurdistan region.

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