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  • Dozens of Martyrs, Injured in Two Terrorist Bombings in Damascus

    Dozens of Martyrs, Injured in Two Terrorist Bombings in Damascus

    The building is the primary judicial office in the capital and is situated near the popular Hamidiyeh market. State news agency Sana said a number of people were wounded. Those bombings targeted Shia shrines around Damascus . None of the terrorist groups has assumed responsibility for the attack to date. Damascus is one of the oldest cities in the Middle East.

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  • Votes close, but not there to pass AHCA - Barron's

    Votes close, but not there to pass AHCA - Barron's

    House Republicans owe it to our constituents to immediately get back to the drawing board and bring forward a bolder effort to replace the failing Obamacare with a plan to reduce costs by increasing choice and competition, he said . "Moving from an opposition party to a governing party", Ryan said , "comes with growing pains, and, well, we're feeling those growing pains now". "We went from zero reimbursement to some reimbursement", Christen said.

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  • Woman Finds Snake In Bed, Wakes Up Screaming

    Woman Finds Snake In Bed, Wakes Up Screaming

    I pulled back the sheets and realized that I had a really nice long snake stretched out in my bed", Humphries said. "I didn't think nothing of it", she said. I was in shock because I've never had a snake in my house. "I yelled for my daughter downstairs, and I said, 'Briana, I got a snake in my bed!' and she said, 'What?'" Eastern rat snakes are not poisonous and are classified as harmless, though they are constrictors and will defend themselves if cornered, notes the Virginia ...

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  • Senate HELP Committee Hearing from Labor Nominee Today

    Senate HELP Committee Hearing from Labor Nominee Today

    President Donald Trump's nominee to lead the Labor Department says he won't allow potential political pressure from the administration to influence his hiring decisions. The issues were examined by Washington Democratic Sen. And he said the challenge for the unemployed now is not necessarily about finding work. Committee Democrats hammered Acosta on past controversies, but he owned up to them and took responsibility.

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  • Hamilton Test: SA off to jittery start in rain-shortened day

    Hamilton Test: SA off to jittery start in rain-shortened day

    Latham was unbeaten on 42. The rain has spoiled good part of two day's cricket in Hamilton. A lack of runs while also dealing with the wicketkeeping duties in the one-day series against the tourists followed Latham into the test arena. New Zealand were bowling with goal and penetration on a willing pitch. "Little bit of experience missing in our attack, and I thought it was a fantastic effort", Jurgensen said.

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  • Una mujer murió al quedar en medio de un tiroteo

    Una mujer murió al quedar en medio de un tiroteo

    Sobre la otra vecina fallecida, identificada como Claudia Ovejero , de 41 años, consignó: "Claudia lamentablemente se podría decir que le salvó la vida a mi hermana, porque impactó primero en Claudia y siguió en mi hermana". Tras el tiroteo, decenas de vecinos se concentraron en el lugar y comenzaron a agredir a los policías , destrozando al menos dos patrulleros y lastimando a dos agentes, por lo que fueron arrestados dos sujetos.

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  • Election Commission freezes AIADMK party symbol for RK Nagar bypoll

    Election Commission freezes AIADMK party symbol for RK Nagar bypoll

    The last time when the AIADMK lost its symbol in the 1989 Assembly polls, the DMK swept the Assembly elections as the votes of its rival suffered a split between the factions of former Chief Ministers J. "Neither of the aforesaid two groups shall also be permitted to use the symbol "Two Leaves", reserved for "All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam", the EC said.

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  • Colombia tiene el camino despejado para clasificar al Mundial

    Colombia tiene el camino despejado para clasificar al Mundial

    La perla de la noche fue el gol de Neymar , que eludió a un defensor y definió por encima del arquero uruguayo Martín Silva, lo que incluso levantó la ovación de buena parte del público local. Si ese porcentaje se mantiene, la proyección es de 29, lo cual la obliga, en la práctica, a ganar los dos partidos como local y a sacar al menos dos puntos en los tres partidos que le quedan como visitante para llegar a esa cifra.

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  • Christian von Roehrich destaca legado de Benito Juárez

    Christian von Roehrich destaca legado de Benito Juárez

    Don Benito, si hoy viviera, sería señalado como traidor a su raza y su patria, porque una vez que salió de su pueblo a los 7 años ni volvió a hablar zapoteco ni se vistió como indígena y pretendió ceder la soberanía sobre el Istmo de Tehuantepec a Estados Unidos, mediante aquel triste episodio del tratado McLane-Ocampo que proponía adquirir apoyo del vecino para hacer frente a los invasores europeos, eso aparte de su poco ortodoxa forma de llegar a la Presidencia y de sus afanes de ...

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  • COMMENT: Lights out movement celebrates 10 years of progress on climate change

    Earth Hour started in Sydney, Australia back in 2007 and has since grown to the more than 7,000 cities that took part past year. On Saturday, almost all countries, including India, will be switching off their non-essential lights for an hour, from 8.30 pm to 9.30 pm, local time, in support of people's commitment towards energy conservation, proper utilisation of energy sources and awareness about climate change.

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  • Baby separated from parasitic twin in risky operation

    Baby separated from parasitic twin in risky operation

    Image credit: Advocate Children's Hospital . "We send a lot of photos and updates and so we know that Dominique's family sees what she's doing and seeing that she has two new teeth and she's learning to wave and doing all sorts of special things", Swabb told Reuters .

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  • Anti-Brexit, pro-Euro march hits London streets

    Anti-Brexit, pro-Euro march hits London streets

    Lib Dem former deputy prime minister Nick Clegg, Labour MP David Lammy and Green co-leader Jonathan Bartley were also among those addressing the crowd. But onlooker Mike McKenna, who voted to leave, said it would be better for the nation to unite before talks with the European Union begin, "not stamp your feet and have hissy fits".

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  • Locals rally in response to postponed healthcare bill vote

    Locals rally in response to postponed healthcare bill vote

    The set of changes to the American Health Care Act (ACHA) introduced on Monday by House Republicans includes a clause that would impact new mothers that receive Medicaid. This year, my premium has almost doubled, and paying for coverage, plus the deductibles, is a struggle. The bill repeals penalties for people who do not have healthcare, and Medicaid will be cut.

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  • Can this common pain killer really give you a heart attack?

    Can this common pain killer really give you a heart attack?

    The Danish study looked at the nearly 29,000 patients who had an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in Denmark between 2001 and 2010. Diclofenac and ibuprofen (Brufen) are readily available over the counter - without a doctor's prescription - and can also be administered to children.

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  • Earth Hour BC: will you turn out the lights for an hour?

    It was started as a lights-off event in Sydney, Australia, in 2007. Spokesperson Mora Scott says for BC Hydro, Earth Hour is a symbolic event to encourage people to turn off unnecessary electronics to promote conservation. With 2016 breaking temperature records for the third consecutive year, it's never been more important to tackle climate change. A kid holds a candle as he joins Earth Hour celebrations in Kochi.

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  • Second person charged in death of Sudbury man

    Second person charged in death of Sudbury man

    A postmortem will be conducted to determine the cause of Edwards' death, police said. They say a man believed to be 59-year-old Kenneth Edwards died in the fire, though they did not release further details. At the same time Saturday, police issued a callout to the public asking about the whereabouts of a man named Kenneth Edwards. Members of the Greater Sudbury Police Service Forensic Unit, the Coroner and the Fire Marshall continue to process the scene and evidence collected.

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  • "Considero totalmente injusto el resultado" — Pizzi

    A la hora del análisis, el estratega de la 'Roja' afirmó que el resultado fue "injusto". " Hemos hecho un gran partido ". Cumplimos prácticamente a la perfección lo que preveíamos que podía pasar. Pero eso no garantiza el resultado (...) Por Argentina sólo me acuerdo una llegada de Di María que tapó Claudio. "En todas las líneas estuvimos correctos", complementó.

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  • Devuelven protesta a CNTE y paran gasolineras

    Devuelven protesta a CNTE y paran gasolineras

    Maestros de la Coordinadora Nacional de Trabajadores de la Educación ( CNTE ), 'tomaron' ocho gasolineras en Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas . Asimismo, el Centro de Morelia se encuentra cerrado a la circulación por templentes que se están colocando para la conmemoración de 79 aniversario de la Expropiación Petrolera, este sábado por parte del PRD.

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  • Aseguran Ivanka Trump importa ropa desde China

    Aseguran Ivanka Trump importa ropa desde China

    Desde que su padre es presidente, desde el Extremo Oriente cruzaron 1.600 carteras de cuero, dos toneladas de blusas y 23 toneladas de zapatos. Los expertos de la agencia de noticias AFP sacaron a la luz tras una investigación que, desde el 8 de noviembre de 2016 hasta el 26 de febrero de 2017, 82 cargamentos de Ivanka pasaron por la aduana estadounidense.

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  • Texas A&M student president election could spark court case

    Texas A&M student president election could spark court case

    Perry explains that following the voting process, A&M's SGA Election Commission received 14 complaints filed anonymously alleging that McIntosh had intimidated voters. "I pledged to make diversity and inclusion a hallmark of my time in office, and I appreciate that you share my view that respecting and honoring all students is one of the things critical to ensuring that Texas A&M continues to grow and remains the world-class university we all know and love", Brooks wrote.

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  • 23 universities, 279 tech institutions 'fake,' warns UGC, AICTE

    23 universities, 279 tech institutions 'fake,' warns UGC, AICTE

    The higher education regulatory body had notified the "Regulations on Curbing the Menace of Ragging in Higher Educational Institutions" in 2009 according to which, action under the UGC Act will be taken against an institute which fails to take adequate steps to prevent ragging or does not act in accordance with the regulations or fails to punish suitably the perpetrators of incidents of ragging.

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  • Norfolk doctor says he developed a cure for sepsis

    Norfolk doctor says he developed a cure for sepsis

    Back then, Dr. Marik was in charge of the general intensive care unit at Sentara Norfolk General. Sepsis is an autoimmune disease caused by an overwhelming immune response to infection, and arises when chemicals released by the immune system to fight the infection trigger widespread inflammation throughout the body.

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  • SEPTA's new multi-level coaches promise roomier ride on Regional Rail

    SEPTA's new multi-level coaches promise roomier ride on Regional Rail

    Metro plans to start production of HR4000 heavy rail vehicles to replace existing trains that are now travelling between downtown Los Angeles, Mid-Wilshire District and North Hollywood. A new facility will also be established in the Los Angeles area to manufacture major components for propulsion, HVAC, and lighting systems, creating around 50 jobs in California.

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  • Hockey coach charged with child sex crimes against DE victims

    Law enforcement in DE and New Jersey believe there are other victims and are urging them to step forward. New Castle County Police (NCCPD) have arrested Walter "Tracy" Ferinden, 55, of Lansdale, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, in connection with a sexual abuse investigation from the 1980s and 90s, according to NCCPD Spokesman JP Piser.

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  • Día Internacional de Síndrome de Down

    Día Internacional de Síndrome de Down

    El Día Mundial del Síndrome de Down fue establecido por la ONU en 2011, para concientizar sobre esta condición y "recordar la dignidad inherente, la valía y las valiosas contribuciones de las personas con discapacidad intelectual como promotores del bienestar y de la diversidad de sus comunidades".

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  • ¡Hora de dormir! Hoy se celebra el Día Mundial del Sueño

    ¡Hora de dormir! Hoy se celebra el Día Mundial del Sueño

    Jimenes Correa recordó que el 45 por ciento de la población en México padece algún trastorno del sueño. Sin embargo, también existen otros como los trastornos del ciclo de sueño-vigilia, más conocidos como "sueño cambiado". Insomnio , somnolencia diurna, hipersomnia, apnea del sueño y sonambulismo, son apenas algunos de ellos. Al respecto, el doctor Reyes Valencia apunta que, menos de un tercio de la población que necesita tratamiento, se acerca con un especialista a pedir ayuda, por lo que ...

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  • Blackcaps v South Africa - rain holds off for second day

    Blackcaps v South Africa - rain holds off for second day

    Proteas batsman Hashim Amla says there is enough time in the match to achieve a result, despite the rain-curtailed opening day of the third Test match against New Zealand at Seddon Park in Hamilton on Saturday. If de Kock is ruled out, Heinrich Klaasen is expected to be his replacement in what will be his debut Test. Opting to bat first, South Africa got off to a dismal start as debutant Theunis de Bruyn, who replaced fellow opener Stephen Cook, was dismissed by Henry for a three-ball ...

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