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  • Detienen a presunto líder de los Zetas en Nuevo León

    Detienen a presunto líder de los Zetas en Nuevo León

    José Enrique Mendoza Rodríguez " El Güero ", de 33 años es señalado como responsable de haber descuartizado varios cuerpos en el municipio de García, hecho que fue reportado el pasado 14 de marzo en La Huasteca y donde se encontró también un narcomensaje .

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  • Agreement allows police in Vancouver Pride parade, but changes will be made

    Agreement allows police in Vancouver Pride parade, but changes will be made

    The Vancouver Police Department and the Vancouver Pride Society have reached an agreement that will allow officers to march in the August 6 Pride Parade. Only 20 per cent of the officers, including those officers visible in the community, will walk in uniform. On the other hand, there were also members of groups who had experienced racially motivated police brutality who wanted the VPS remain in the parade.

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  • Conductora no respeta ciclovía y arrolla bicicleta en San Isidro

    Dos de Mayo y terminó impactando la bicicleta. Pisó mi bicicleta con su carro porque le reclamé que no se pare en la ciclovía . Afortunadamente por el lugar se encontraba un policía, quien intervino a Úrsula Rischmoller Yupanqui . Todos los implicados fueron llevados a la comisaría de Orrantia, donde Sandra Jáuregui relató lo ocurrido y exigió a la conductora el pago de su bicicleta .

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  • Ireland places 13th in global healthcare system ranking

    Ireland places 13th in global healthcare system ranking

    Researchers used data from a Healthcare Access and Quality Index‚ which collects information on deaths from 32 causes that could be avoided by timely and effective medical treatment. But the country did not score as well in preventing deaths from Hodgkin's lymphoma, non-melanoma skin cancer and lower respiratory infections. Among nations with more than a million souls, top honours for 2015 went to Switzerland , followed by Sweden and Norway, though the healthcare gold standard remains ...

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  • Union: Up to 40K walking off the job at AT&T this weekend

    They didn't; the workers walked. If the AT&T strike goes on for weeks at the time like the Verizon strike, it could result in a disappointing jobs report. The Pennsylvania AFL-CIO fully supports the actions of CWA members demanding fair wages, affordable benefits and job security. They're outsourcing call centers, shipping them overseas, paying $2 or $3 an hour.

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  • Sri Lanka Above India, Pakistan In Global Healthcare Index

    Sri Lanka Above India, Pakistan In Global Healthcare Index

    As per the study, countries like South Korea, Turkey, Peru, China and the Maldives have seen some of the greatest improvements in healthcare access and quality since the 1990s. "By measuring healthcare quality and access, we hope to provide countries across the development spectrum with valuable data on where improvements are most needed to have the biggest impact on the health of their nation", said senior author Professor Christopher Murray , Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at ...

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  • Google Assistant on iPhone is Good but Limited

    Google promises that with these two features combined, users will see significant improvements in battery life , stability, and performance. Google at its I/O 2017 developer conference has now officially announced the new Android version dubbed as Android O .

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  • PRRD signs executive order on nationwide smoking ban

    PRRD signs executive order on nationwide smoking ban

    Ubial said Duterte signed the executive order on Tuesday, which sets strict guidelines on designated areas where smoking is prohibited or may be allowed, with breaches attracting a maximum penalty of four months in jail and a fine up to 5,000 pesos (100 US dollars).

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  • First traces of West Nile virus detected in MI for 2017

    First traces of West Nile virus detected in MI for 2017

    Health experts confirmed Friday the discovery of three birds that tested positive for West Nile virus in MI - the earliest detection of the virus in the past decade. The three West Nile-positive birds this year were found sick or dead early in May and were tested this week at Michigan State University, Eisner said.

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  • Promueven entre mujeres saltillenses la donación de leche materna

    Promueven entre mujeres saltillenses la donación de leche materna

    El bebé alimentado con leche materna puede tener un menor riesgo de padecer diabetes, síndrome de muerte súbita del lactante, caries en los dientes entre otros. Morles resaltó que las madres pueden donar su leche de manera similar como se realiza la donación de sangre y que lo ideal es acudir por lo menos una vez al banco de leche para conocer el procedimiento.

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  • ICJ stays Kulbhushan Jadhav's execution till final order

    The ICJ had on Thursday asked Pakistan not to execute Kulbhushan Jadhav until the court gives a final order in the case. In Islamabad, Pakistan said it did not accept the ICJ ruling in matters related to national security. A Pakistani court had earlier sentenced him to death after being convicted of espionage. The ICJ also said that its ruling is binding. India has appealed to the world court that Pakistan did not heed an global treaty that granted diplomatic immunity to foreign ...

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  • Netanyahu insists he told Trump to move embassy to Jerusalem

    Israel considers all of Jerusalem as its indivisible capital, a claim that is not recognised internationally, and the Western Wall - the holiest prayer site for Jews - is part of territory it captured in the 1967 Middle East war. Netanyahu's office released quotes from summaries of the prime minister's meetings with Trump to back up its side. A Fox News reporter cited sources saying Netanyahu had asked Trump not to move the embassy now, leading the prime minister to issue an angry ...

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  • Jorge Rial fue internado en un sanatorio de Palermo

    Jorge Rial fue internado en un sanatorio de Palermo

    Si bien los profesionales controlaron el estado de salud del periodista, decidieron que se quedara unas horas en observación y realizarse una serie de análisis. "Está bien. Vamos a tratar de hablar con él en un rato". "Él está bien. En la madrugada avisó a la producción que se sentía mal y se internó en una clínica donde le hicieron chequeos".

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  • Una comisión investigará posibles nexos con Rusia

    Abogado, Robert S. Mueller III, de 72 años, fue director de la Oficina Federal de Investigaciones ( FBI ) por más de una década, entre el 2001 y el 2013, y en su juventud recibió tres altas condecoraciones por acciones de combate en Vietnam.

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  • Eddie Howe praises players after surviving Premier League second season syndrome

    Eddie Howe praises players after surviving Premier League second season syndrome

    The Cherries have been linked with summer moves for Chelsea trio John Terry, Nathan Ake and goalkeeper Asmir Begovic as well as Sunderland forward Jermain Defoe, who had a loan spell with the Bournemouth earlier in his career. "I want to keep the squad together". "I want Josh to do well and to score goals". I want to try to add quality, if we can, to the group, and if we can do that it will be another good window for us.

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  • Logran generar células precursoras de la sangre en placa de cultivo

    Logran generar células precursoras de la sangre en placa de cultivo

    Los pacientes podrían recibir versiones cultivadas en laboratorio de sus propias células sanas. El primer equipo, del Hospital Infantil de Boston, combinó dos enfoques anteriores: exponer células madre pluripotentes humanas a señales químicas que las orientaron para diferenciarse en células y tejidos especializados durante el desarrollo embrionario normal (tejido de endotelio hemogénico) para después añadirles factores reguladores genéticos (de transcripción) para incitar al endotelio ...

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  • Indian Doctors Have Successfully Pulled Off The Country's First Womb Transplant

    Indian Doctors Have Successfully Pulled Off The Country's First Womb Transplant

    Medical literature shows many implanted wombs - four womb transplantations failed in the USA before their first success - were rejected and less than a third of the recipients have delivered a baby. All major transplantations - kidneys, liver, heart and lungs, to name a few - save lives or dramatically improve the health of the recipients. Hence, the donor has to undergo one surgery, whereas the recipient has to undergo three surgeries.

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  • 5 people hospitalized after eating gas station nacho cheese

    5 people hospitalized after eating gas station nacho cheese

    Among them, 29 guests were confirmed to have botulism , one of whom died from respiratory failure shortly after arriving at the hospital. Rare cases of botulism occur when too much botulinum toxin is injected into the body for cosmetic reasons, while the most common source of botulism cases come from improper preparation of homemade food such as home-canned food products.

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  • 'No, no. Next question': Trump rejects collusion & Comey's claims

    With growing calls from largely Democratic lawmakers that the Trump administration could no longer credibly conduct any investigation into Russian Federation in the midst of Comey's ouster, Mueller was thrust into the picture. President Trump in the joint press conference emphasized that Colombia is a key partner in the war against drugs. He said that he thinks the appointment of a special counsel "divides the country".

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  • NHS systems returning to normal after cyber attack

    Microsoft has issued a blistering attack on the United States government after a software vulnerability stockpiled by the National Security Agency (NSA) paralysed NHS hospitals and thousands of other organisations around the world. Questions have been raised over Trident's vulnerability to potential cyber attacks, as the system is believed to use ageing Window's XP software - the same operating system targeted by the global ransomware attack .

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  • Nathan Ake: Bournemouth role helped me mature at Chelsea

    The Bosnian goalkeeper was close to moving to Bournemouth in January, when a deal was agreed in principle, contingent on Antonio Conte's side securing an experienced replacement. Begovic made just his second league appearance of the season in Monday evening's 4-3 win over Watford though he has been regularly used in the cup competitions.

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  • Balacera en Reynosa deja cinco personas heridas, una de gravedad

    Balacera en Reynosa deja cinco personas heridas, una de gravedad

    El primer enfrentamiento se registró por la calle 20 y continuó por la avenida Rodolfo Garza Cantú, adentrándose las camionetas a la colonia Revolución Obrera. Luego estos grupos emprendieron una persecución que se prolongó hacia la colonia Las Fuentes Sección Lomas cerca del lienzo charro Los Tamaulipecos, en donde se intensificó el enfrentamiento.

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