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  • More asylum seekers cross into Canada with warming weather

    More asylum seekers cross into Canada with warming weather

    They were processed by the Canada Border Services Agency and have been released into Canada. The increase has also prompted calls to review the Safe Third Country Agreement , under which Canada is obliged to return refugees to the U.S. It's to suspend Canada's safe third country agreement with the United States. The nine people were the first intercepted in connection with alleged human smuggling, the RCMP said on Wednesday.

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  • Atentado contra evacuados deja centenar de muertos

    El atentado fue cometido cuando los micros con evacuados de Fua y Kefraya, dos pueblos de mayoría chií de la provincia de Idleb (noroeste), esperaban en el paso de Al Rashidín para cruzar a las áreas bajo el control de las autoridades en Alepo .

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  • Almeyda confía en ganar la Copa MX

    Entonces, el sacrificio, amor y ganas de cada jugador para llegar a una Final se reflejan. Ganarla no te significa nada más que un título . "Esto es deporte, una demostración de que no jugamos por dinero o fama". Trato de disfrutarlo porque hay personas que en toda su carrera no pueden llegar a una Final o ser campeones . Monarcas lo consiguió en el Apertura 2013 ante Atlas, mientras que Chivas hizo lo propio en el Apertura 2015 cuando derrotaron de visita a León, ya de la mano ...

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  • Centros de Salud también vacunan contra la gripe

    Intensificar la vacunación en los niños de 0 a 5 años en forma masiva. Esta semana la campaña está dirigida a embarazadas, puérperas (hasta diez días después del parto) y personal de Salud que esté en contacto con pacientes. Aplicar la vacuna triple viral a niños de 2 a 6 años para asegurar el esquema completo contra el sarampión y la rubeola. La aplicación de las vacunas en los niños, mujeres gestantes y adultos mayores es completamente gratuita , por lo que pueden dirigirse a cualquier ...

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  • Día de la Tierra, para educar en conservación

    Día de la Tierra, para educar en conservación

    Los reducción de recursos naturales, la destrucción de habitad de diferentes especies y la elevada contaminación, son parte de este problema de sobrepoblación mundial. Y que la organización Hanaflowers brinda su autorización. "La intención es hacer una proclama por los derechos de la madre tierra, por lo que invitamos a los entes gubernamentales, a la comunidad en general, a las instituciones, para este 22 de abril proclamemos juntos que nuestra madre tierra es un ser vivo", comenta, Diana ...

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  • Todos aman las tetas

    Todos aman las tetas

    Buenos Aires, 21 abr (EFE). Como indica la canción del video, que ya es viral, una de cada ocho mujeres está en riesgo de padecer este tipo de cáncer. El cáncer de mama es la principal causa de muerte en una mujer adulta. Se dedican a orientar y acompañar a quienes viven con esa enfermedad, también buscan generar conciencia a la comunidad sobre la importancia de su temprana detección.

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  • Malloy begins process of possible state worker layoffs

    Malloy begins process of possible state worker layoffs

    This contingency plan would result in more than $80 million in savings. Malloy says those 1,000 reductions would be "a first step toward resolving" the state's estimated $1.7 billion deficit. The American Federation of Teachers of CT, part of the State Employee Bargaining Agent Coaltion, criticized the move in an internal memo Thursday, noting the talks remain ongoing and calling the decision "no way to achieve prosperity".

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  • Trump Prods Italy On NATO Spending

    Gentiloni said they had discussed the importance of fighting the division in Libya that has led to the emergence of Islamic State in the country, sparked violence and added to the flight of refugees across the Mediterranean. "We have a number of visions that tie us together", he said. In addition to discussing the issue of Iran, President Trump brought up the fight against ISIS, the G7 summit and Italy's commitment to paying 2% of it's GDP to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation.

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  • Kenya's Keitany eyes WR at Sunday's London Marathon

    After that performance, Kenyan selectors left her off the Rio Olympic team. "I've trained enough", Keitany was quoted as saying by Xinhua news agency on yesterday. "In the carefully prepared odds appearing on www.dafabet.co.ke, 5,000 metres Olympic champion Vivian Cheruiyot, making her marathon debut has a mouth-watering 5.50 odds and Florence Kiplagat at 7.00 to win", the statement added.

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  • Inside a Colorado pot club - a rare and endangered species

    Only a majority of those respondents over the age of 65 did not support legalization. "And most Americans also think marijuana is less unsafe than most other drugs", CBS reports, "particularly those who say they have tried it". “It is not anything other than prohibition 2.0, ” Newcombe said, who is especially upset that the federal Liberals have not taken steps to decriminalize the drug in the interim.

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  • El Parlamento británico aprobó las elecciones anticipadas

    May subrayó que presentará mañana una moción ante el Parlamento para la convocatoria de elecciones. May necesitaba el apoyo de al menos dos tercios de los 650 diputados y lo consiguió sobradamente: 522 aprobaron el adelanto de los comicios originalmente previstos para 2020, mientras que sólo 13 votaron en contra.

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  • CBS poll: Marijuana support growing

    Support for marijuana legalisation has increased steadily since 2013, crossing to majority support in 2014. QU said that is "also the highest level of support in any national poll ". Who supports it, and who's tried it? Only a majority of those respondents over the age of 65 did not support legalization. In the meantime, it's unclear how marijuana-related charges laid against smokers and pot shop owners before Ontario courts will be dealt with.

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  • Miles de personas acompañan el velorio de Martín Elías

    La música vallenata está fuertemente ligada a la idiosincrasia del Caribe colombiano y desde 1968 se realiza en Valledupar el Festival de la Leyenda Vallenata, considerado el certamen musical más importante de Colombia. Las autoridades de tránsito y la Fiscalía General de Colombia, investigan el accidente para tratar de establecer la responsabilidad del conductor o la imprudencia de un motociclista que se movilizaba por el lugar.

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  • CHIVAS se queda con la Copa

    San José, 20 abr (elmundo.cr) - Las Chivas Rayadas de Guadalajara se proclamaron campeones de la Copa MX al derrotar en tanda de penales al equipo de Monarcas Morelia. El director técnico de Morelia Morelia , Roberto Hernández , destacó hoy que el partido por la final de la Copa MX ante Chivas de Guadalajara , lo disputarán los futbolistas que habitualmente han jugado con el equipo.

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  • Trump and Italian PM stress importance of defeating ISIS

    President Trump said a "strong Europe" was good for the U.S., appearing to walk back earlier comments about the European Union as a whole. Trump responded, "Well, first of all, I love the question you asked the prime minister". "I do see a role in getting rid of ISIS, we're very effective in that regard". At a joint news conference on Thursday, he said Iran is failing to fulfill the "spirit" of its nuclear deal with world powers and that the 2015 agreement shouldn't have been signed.

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  • Sweet drinks may damage the brain, studies show

    Sweet drinks may damage the brain, studies show

    A study by researchers at the Boston University School of Medicine found that daily consumption of sodas, fruit juices and artificially sweetened sodas affect the brain. "Both sugar-sweetened and artificially sweetened soft drinks may be hard on the brain." Director Lieske Giese said, "This study adds to the research that we need to pay attention to the fact that diet beverages can also be problematic".

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  • 'Weed nuns' in Calif. grow and harvest cannabis plants

    'Weed nuns' in Calif. grow and harvest cannabis plants

    California "weed nun" Christine Meeusen, (R), and India Delgado, who goes by the name Sister Eevee, smoke a joint at Sisters of the Valley near Merced, California. The hemp is then converted into various ointments and balms that the sisters believe have the power to heal and improve general health and well-being of a person.

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  • Aaron Hernandez was bisexual, and Odin Lloyd knew

    However, Sheff said he was "not concerned" about the issue. His cause of death was asphyxia by hanging, Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Henry N. Nields determined. The Hernandez suicide came hours before the Patriots visited the White House to celebrate their latest Super Bowl win. She appeared at a press conference alongside her lawyer Douglas Sheff and said that she had Hernandez in her prayers.

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  • How A Cabin Caretaker Helped Capture Tennessee's Most Wanted Man

    The officer told deputies that on January 23 a 12-year-old student walked into Tad Cummins' classroom and saw the 50-year-old teacher kissing 15-year-old Elizabeth Thomas . The police department worked with the cabin owner on a plan to arrest Cummins. "Here in California and Siskiyou County, CA, a state I've never even been to, you had concerned citizens who did the right thing, and so there are so many good people in this country", Whatley said.

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  • Canada Country set to unveil legislation legalizing cannabis

    If the Cannabis Act passes Parliament, Canada would become the second nation in the world, after Uruguay , to regulate a legal marijuana market. Households would also be allowed to grow up to four marijuana plants. "The current approach to cannabis does not work". The bill is opposed by the official opposition Conservatives and has many critics in the addiction recovery community, who are not convinced the legislation will be effective in protecting children or in reducing the ...

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  • Ann Coulter Vows to Move Forward with Speech Despite UC Berkeley Cancellation

    The venue, said Dan Mogulof, Berkeley's assistant vice chancellor for public affairs, "is on campus property". In it, university officials said Wednesday that they made the decision to cancel Coulter's appearance after assessing the violence that flared on campus in February, when the same college Republican group invited right-wing provocateur and now-former Breitbart News senior editor Milo Yiannopoulos to speak .

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  • Chelsea versus Tottenham Hotspur

    Chelsea versus Tottenham Hotspur

    Players from Premier League title-chasers Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur dominate the Professional Football Association's Team of the Year announced on Thursday, occupying eight of the starting 11 spots. "To play under our philosophy, to learn, grow up, we're in a different process, a different moment to Chelsea ". Tottenham have the best attack and defence in the Premier League this season, scoring three goals more than the leaders this term.

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  • Indian public health group loses permit for foreign funds

    Indian public health group loses permit for foreign funds

    Doing so violates registration rules for nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) that receive foreign funding, the government said. Rajeev Chhibber, spokesman for the Public Health Foundation of India, said Friday that the organization received a letter from the Ministry of Home Affairs saying it lost its registration to get foreign money last week.

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  • Ways To Use Leftover Easter Eggs, Because They're Taking Over The Fridge

    Ways To Use Leftover Easter Eggs, Because They're Taking Over The Fridge

    Around 100 children searched for candy-filled eggs in the elementary school playground on Saturday, boasting about their findings to friends and picking out their prizes. "It's very family friendly and there are lots of fun stuff to do", Heidi Kapusta, of Arvada said. "It's fun, she's having fun". The Salvation Army of Huntsville/Madison County is partnering with Parkway Place Mall for its first indoor Easter Egg Hunt.

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  • Tad Cummins arrest: Tipster reveals how teacher covered up identity

    A lawyer for the girl's family has said the teacher was allowed to continue working at the school for two weeks after he was reported kissing the girl. The charge carries a minimum of 10 years. According to an affidavit filed by Maury County Sheriff's Department Detective Jonathan R. Hardison, on March 13 , Cummins told his wife was going to a job interview at the Williamson County Medical Center.

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  • Cannabis-based medicine may cut number of epilepsy seizures by half

    Cannabis-based medicine may cut number of epilepsy seizures by half

    Study co-author Dr. Anup Patel, of the College of Medicine at Ohio State , and colleagues recently presented their findings at the American Academy of Neurology's 69th annual meeting , held in Boston, MA. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) based on this research. "Our results suggest that cannabidiol may be effective for those with Lennox-Gastaut syndrome in treating drop seizures".

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  • ISIS se adjudica ataque en París — ÚLTIMA HORA

    A tres días de la primera vuelta de los comicios presidenciales, en medio de fuertes medidas de seguridad a causa de la amenaza yihadista , un policía murió y otros dos resultaron heridos el jueves por la noche en un tiroteo registrado en la famosa avenida de los Campos Elíseos .

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