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  • Incineran los restos del cantautor Juan Gabriel

    Incineran los restos del cantautor Juan Gabriel

    En entrevista radiofónica con Javier Poza , el funcionario comentó que por instrucciones del secretario de Cultura, Rafael Tovar y de Teresa, se hicieron los preparativos necesarios, aunque aún no tienen confirmada la llegada del cuerpo de "El Divo de Juárez ".

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  • TfL launches 'Baby on Board-style' badges for disabled passengers

    TfL launches 'Baby on Board-style' badges for disabled passengers

    The Transport for London (TfL) trial follows the success of its "Baby on board" badge for pregnant women. Transport for London (TfL) has tinkered with the London Tube map to show commuters how many steps there are between every station. Mayor of London Sadiq Khan said: "We hope that these new blue badges can make a real difference to those who find it hard to get a seat when they need one, particularly those with hidden disabilities".

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  • Novak Djokovic v Jerzy Janowicz: US Open tennis first round

    Novak Djokovic v Jerzy Janowicz: US Open tennis first round

    That was the story in the fourth round of the 2012 Australian Open, when a young Russian lefty named Ekaterina Makarova stunned Williams in straight sets. Williams is defending a 780 from her 2015 run. The Big Apple tennis takeover returns Monday as the U.S. Open lures the sport's biggest stars to Flushing Meadows for the two-week tournament.

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  • Suspenden a policías por echar

    Suspenden a policías por echar "carreritas" en grúas de la SSPCDMX

    Personal del área de Comunicación Social indicó que los uniformados responsables fueron plenamente identificados y quedaron suspendidos por poner en riesgo a la población . Según el conductor, las grúas circulaban a más de 100 kilómetro por hora , porque estaban " echando carreritas " para ver quien llegaba antes a dejar dos vehículos que estaban arrastrando.

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  • La infección congénita del zika puede provocar sordera en los niños

    La infección congénita del zika puede provocar sordera en los niños

    Además, la cartera de Sanidad anunció el 1 de julio el caso de una fémina contagiada de zika por su pareja, tras realizar un viaje a Latinoamérica, en lo que es el primer episodio de transmisión sexual del virus en esta nación ibérica. De los 41 casos confirmados por el ministerio, 34 se han recuperado totalmente y siete, todavía con síntomas y potencialmente contagiosos, están ingresados en el hospital Tan Tock Seng.

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  • Trump weighs in on Weiner scandal

    Trump weighs in on Weiner scandal

    Even people who believed that nothing Anthony Weiner go do would shock them are disgusted by the latest photo, which dragged a child into such lurid business. Weiner was a frequent guest on the NY news channel's "Inside City Hall" program. His first unsuccessful run for NY mayor was in 2005. Still, Abedin said, "I love him, I have forgiven him, I believe in him, and.

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  • Se conoce la pregunta que responderán colombianos en plebiscito

    Previo a la declaración del presidente Santos , el Congreso aprobó que el mandatario convocara a un plebiscito para refrendar o rechazar los acuerdos de paz con las Farc. El tribunal ratificó que el acuerdo de paz podrá ser aprobado con 4,4 millones de votos positivos -13 por ciento del censo electoral- que no sean superados por los votos por el 'no'.

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  • Maduro presentará mañana un plan de paz para Caracas

    Maduro presentará mañana un plan de paz para Caracas

    Se aprobó recursos para corredores de la Gran Misión Barrio Nuevo, Barrio Tricolor, informó además, de la inauguración de 60 nuevas Bases de Misiones Socialistas, por último anunció el asfaltado de 8 avenidas principales de la ciudad de Caracas.

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  • US Bank Earnings in Q2 Climbed 1.4 Percent to $43.6B

    US Bank Earnings in Q2 Climbed 1.4 Percent to $43.6B

    Similar to the previous quarter, Mr. Gruenberg said the full impact of low energy prices remains to be seen. There were 231 banks reporting in the second quarter, down from 246 banks at the same time previous year. Total credits grew 1.5% YoY to $241 billion, primarily driven by new home loans and real estate credits. Total loans and leases were $76.8 billion at the end of the second quarter, up from $73.3 billion at the same time a year ago.

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  • 'Patients more likely to die in surgeries done at night'

    'Patients more likely to die in surgeries done at night'

    After adjustments had been made for age and ASA scores (previously identified risk factors that impact the mortality rate), the researchers found that patients who underwent night surgery were 2.17 times more likely to die than those who had surgery during the day.

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  • National Hurricane Center: Tropical Cyclones Take Aim At Florida, North Carolina

    Her plan Tuesday? To watch movies with her husband while the storm blows through. A Tropical Storm Warning is in effect for the coast of North Carolina from Cape Lookout to Oregon Inlet, and Pamlico Sound. Very heavy rain and gusty winds will spread over much of Florida. As of Monday morning, the team put chances at well under 20 percent that TD No. 9 - and whichever name it earns in the next day or so - will NOT get close enough to Louisiana to have any significant impact on the Bayou ...

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  • Middlesex County West Nile victim is home from hospital

    Middlesex County West Nile victim is home from hospital

    The Oakland County Health Division was notified by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services of an Oakland County blood donor testing positive for West Nile virus. Zika virus infection can cause a mild illness with symptoms (fever, joint pain, conjunctivitis or rash) lasting for several days to a week, but 80 percent of those infected have mild symptoms or no symptoms at all.

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  • After 91 years since inception, RSS changes from shorts to full pants

    After 91 years since inception, RSS changes from shorts to full pants

    The RSS workers will be sporting brown full-length pants for the first time. The new uniforms were made in Rajasthan and the first consignment reached Nagpur on Sunday. The motive behind this was inspired by the Sangh's planned efforts to attract the younger generation, giving the message that RSS is a contemporary organisation with "traditional outlook".

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  • Court: Gays Can Seek Parental Rights for Nonbiological Kids

    Court: Gays Can Seek Parental Rights for Nonbiological Kids

    The earlier definition of parenthood required a person seeking custody or visitation to have a biological or adoptive connection to the child. In a landmark decision that narrowly but clearly alters how NY defines parenthood, the state's highest court on Tuesday found that when an unmarried couple who chose to conceive children together splits up, a non-adoptive, non-biological parent has the right to seek visitation or custody.

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  • Singapore Confirms 26 More Local Transmission Zika Cases

    The mosquitoes were fed and within a week, they laid eggs. He said the city used a contracted service, Municipal Mosquito, to spray around the homes. In Thailand, where close to 100 cases of Zika have been recorded across 10 provinces this year, the Department of Disease Control (DDC) was screening all athletes returning from the Olympic Games in Brazil , but was not otherwise changing its prevention measures.

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  • Southern Health NHS Trust boss Katrina Percy resigns

    Southern Health NHS Trust boss Katrina Percy resigns

    Despite pleas for Ms Percy to step down following an NHS England investigation which found the organisation failed to investigate hundreds of other deaths over a four year period she refused to budge. The trust said Julie Dawes, who joined the organisation in May as director of nursing and quality, is now acting as interim chief executive. 'I have agreed, on the basis that her position has become untenable because of ongoing personal media attention.

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  • New York expands access to restrictive medical marijuana program

    New York expands access to restrictive medical marijuana program

    The Cuomo administration integrated home deliveries into its plan following a series of Health Department recommendations made earlier in August. Officials are also considering expanding eligible conditions to include chronic pain. Currently, only doctors are allowed to certify patients for medical marijuana use. Under the new regulations, patients too ill to travel can have their cannabis delivered, and nurse practitioners may now certify patients for access to the drug, the New York ...

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  • Researchers Find Another Way Zika Can Harm Babies

    Researchers Find Another Way Zika Can Harm Babies

    In the new study, published Tuesday in the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)'sMorbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, scientists report that out of 70 kids with Zika-related microcephaly, four had hearing loss that was caused by damage to the inner ear or damage to the nerve that connects the ear to the brain.

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  • Turkey vows to fight on against ISIS and Kurdish militia in Syria

    President Barack Obama will meet with Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on September 4, the White House said. Mr. Rhodes said they would also discuss the Turkish-led operation in Jarablus, Syria. U.S. Pentagon spokesman Peter Cook said the United States had demanded the YPG return to the eastern side of the Euphrates but said Washington understood this had "largely occurred".

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  • HRW: Iraqi militias recruiting children ahead of Mosul push

    HRW: Iraqi militias recruiting children ahead of Mosul push

    Iraq's prime minister has pledged that Mosul will be retaken from IS this year. Interior Minister Mohammed al-Ghabban submitted his resignation in early July amid mounting anger following a massive truck bombing claimed by IS in central Baghdad that killed more than 300 people.

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  • Separated conjoined twins 'really excited' to be starting school

    Separated conjoined twins 'really excited' to be starting school

    Mrs Formosa said it was "heartbreaking" for her and their father Daniel Formosa when they discovered the girls had the rare medical condition, which occurs in one in every 200,000 live births. "They have met their teacher already, and won't stop talking about her", Angela said . "It was on-the-spot decisions as to what was to be done".

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  • Has Trump actually changed his stance on immigration? It's not clear

    Has Trump actually changed his stance on immigration? It's not clear

    They want toughness. They want firmness. In a Thursday radio interview with WABC (770) in New York, Bush said Trump's views seem to be constantly changing, making it hard to read where he stands. People will not come into out country illegally. Clinton charged that Trump "certainly doesn't have any solutions to take on the reality of systemic racism and create more equity and opportunity in communities of color and for every American".

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  • Health Officials Find Another Local Zika Case In Miami-Dade

    According to the World Health Organisation, the Zika virus is now present in at least 58 countries globally with evidence of local transmission in Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam and the Philippines. Mosquitoes can pass the Zika virus along to future generations in their eggs, researchers have found. The Singapore government on Tuesday intensified efforts to destroy Aedes mosquito breeding habitats in a southeastern suburb as the number of confirmed Zika cases rose to 56.

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  • Stranger Things' Millie Bobby Brown shown belting out Amy Winehouse hit Valerie

    Stranger Things' Millie Bobby Brown shown belting out Amy Winehouse hit Valerie

    The 12-year-old British actress posted some covers on YouTube back in 2015, including a video of herself singing Beyonce's song "Listen" from the musical film Dreamgirls . And apparently, though she's young, Millie has revealed that she already has quite a sinister sense of humor. I'll bring my suitcase, ' she apparently told Paul during the interview.

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  • SAVE - sleep apnea treatment: No cardiovascular benefit

    SAVE - sleep apnea treatment: No cardiovascular benefit

    More than 25 million Americans have obstructive sleep apnea , a unsafe disorder that causes sufferers to briefly stop breathing while they sleep, sometimes many times each night. Of these, one group was given the CPAP mask to wear but only for about 3.3 hours per night. Unfortunately, "our study does not support the use of CPAP treatment exclusively for the prevention of future cardiovascular events in patents who have established [heart] disease", said study author Dr.

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  • Photo of dazed Syrian boy symbolises Aleppo's plight

    Photo of dazed Syrian boy symbolises Aleppo's plight

    One of the major battlegrounds of Syria's devastating civil war, the city of Aleppo is split between western areas held by the Government, backed by Russian warplanes, and eastern regions held by rebels. Video of a rescue worker carrying Omran from the faltering building and placing him in the back of the ambulance went viral shortly after the blast.

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  • Bangladeshis jailed in Singapore for

    Bangladeshis jailed in Singapore for "financing terrorism"

    Most of the workers were in the construction and marine sectors. Four members of the group in May pleaded guilty in Singapore to one or two counts each of providing or collecting hundreds of dollars to fund terror attacks. Late previous year, a closed religious study group of 27 radicalised Bangladeshi workers who had a significant amount of extremist material in their possession were arrested under the ISA, and deported, according to official announcement then.

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  • US Open begins with new roof, no rain in sight

    As for the treatment he received on his arm, Djokovic said: "It was just prevention". And later in the match the Serb was routinely hitting first serves under 100mph. He deserved it. He played well, will be very good in the future. Johanna Konta made light work of Bethanie Mattek-Sands in her first round game as she progressed to the second round with a 6-3, 6-3 straight sets victory.

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