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Jose Mourinho to carefully manage Antonio Valencia, anxious about burnout

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The most commercially successful league in the world now splits its TV revenues from worldwide deals equally among all clubs. Both Premier League executive chairman Scudamore and the leading opponents of his plan have each spent the past week trying to swing votes their way ahead of Wednesday's meeting of clubs to debate the controversial plan. Read More »

A-listers slam President Trump's Puerto Rico tweets

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The White House should take a page from the nation's mayors who have time and again banded together in times of crisis to send first responders and support our fellow Americans. His latest comments prompted a response from 2016 US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton who tweeted: "Don't let anyone make you feel alone". Cruz's comments on Friday were in response to a senior US official calling the disaster response in Puerto Rico "a good news story ". Read More »

OJ Simpson not welcome in Florida, state AG says

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In July he was granted parole due to good behavior and other credits earned in custody. "We needed to do this to ensure public safety and to avoid any possible incident", Ms Keast said. But the former National Football League running back and actor was sent to prison in 2008 for his role in an armed robbery the previous year of two sports memorabilia dealers at a Las Vegas resort. Read More »

Saudi women driving is not feminism's final frontier

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Not so in Saudi Arabia, where the. The kingdom will issue driving licences to women from next June, in the most striking reform yet credited to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, despite the risk of a backlash from hardliners. Yet despite this high level of education, more than a third of women remain unemployed. There in that Kingdom, in the back seat, I would hold on for dear life until I found my fantastic Egyptian Christian driver, Zacchariah, who would observe the sedate 40mph speed that ... Read More »

Dani Ceballos Brace Leads Real Madrid Past Deportivo Alaves in La Liga

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A determined Ronaldo hit the upright again with a wonderful curling strike, before a rare attack at the other end saw Alaves likewise hit the woodwork as Alfonso Pedraza's shot deflected beyond Navas and against the crossbar. Father and son will be reunited, albeit on opposite sides of the ball, when Madrid visits the Basque Country club. Ronaldo had another opportunity in the 53rd minute after working some space just outside the Alaves box, but he missed the target once again, ... Read More »

Puerto Rican family in Seattle watches as Hurricane Maria hits home

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The island of St. Croix looked to face hurricane force winds with nearby St. Thomas and St. John seeing tropical storm force winds, Mapp said , adding, "given the current conditions of St. Latest footage from Puerto Rico shows extremely strong winds thrashing the island . "We were asking him to have more resources in terms of electrical teams that can help us out to solve the situation and recover the infrastructure of the power grid on the island ". Read More »

Modi stands by Suu Kyi

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India and Myanmar agreed that terrorism remains one of the most significant threats to peace and stability in the region and the fight against the menace should also include strong measures against countries and entities who finance and provide sanctuary to terrorists. Read More »

LPGA Cambia Portland Classic golf tournament

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From The Woodlands in the Houston area, Lewis has pledged to give her earnings - first place is worth $195,000 - to the relief efforts. She posted four birdies, two pars and a bogey over her first seven holes but then parred the final 11 holes to finish with a total of 20-under 268. Read More »

1500 more guardsmen from state sent to Texas

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The Oklahoma Army and Air National Guard has already deployed more than 60 soldiers and Airmen to support relief efforts. The two Chinook helicopters will leave Friday from St. State Guard members will also join a steady group of volunteers from religious organizations and nonprofits in Arkansas who have journeyed to the coast to help flood and hurricane victims recover. Read More »

Mamata Banerjee congratulates Arvind Kejriwal, AAP over Bawana bypoll win

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Bawana constituency of Delhi had witnessed a turnout of 44.84 percent - much below the 61.83 percent in the assembly polls in 2015. Congress candidate Surender Kumar bagged 31,919 votes. However, Congress with 16 MLAs still remains the single largest party in the Goa assembly. Yet such a dynamic seems to have been lost on the top leadership of the BJP as they have supported and tried to incite similar attacks on the Chief Minister, using his party members such as Kapil Mishra, among others. Read More »

Shai proud to breathe fresh Hope into Windies cricket

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Hope, who became the first batsman in history to score two centuries in each innings of a first-class game at Headingley, was brilliantly supported by opening batsman Kraigg Brathwaite, who scored a magnificent 95. Chase benefited from a Ben Stokes overthrow to the tune of five runs, but fell for 30 when substitute fielder Mason Crane claimed a great diving catch at mid-on. Read More »

Percent of Americans See Trump as Divider, Poll Finds

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The poll reflected public sentiment following violent clashes this month in Charlottesville, Virginia, between white-supremacist groups and protesters who opposed them. I got the white supremacists, the neo-Nazi. Eighty-one percent responded that prejudice against minority groups is either "very serious" or "somewhat serious", and 62% said the same of prejudice toward Jews. Read More »

Study reveals link between vitamin B supplementation and lung cancer

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Regular taking of vitamins B6 and B12 in high doses were found to be most affecting smokers, who were found to 3-4 times higher risk of getting lung cancer . When Medical News Today spoke with Dr. Brasky, he said, "Unlike most other studies (particularly at the time), we obtained information on supplement frequency of use, duration of use, and dose commonly used in the 10 years prior to the beginning of the study". Read More »

$417 Million Verdict in Johnson & Johnson Talcum Powder Lawsuit

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Plaintiffs like Echeverria, a medical receptionist who developed ovarian cancer after decades of using Johnson's Baby Powder for hygienic purposes, point to some studies that suggest a link between using talc in the genital region (as Echeverria had) and an increased risk for ovarian cancer. Read More »

President's Address to the Nation on the eve of Independence Day

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Kalli said. They then went to the nearby camp for people displaced by Nigeria's conflict and simultaneously detonated their explosives. "Two people committed suicide by punching explosives near the gate of the refugee camp, causing dozens of people to be injured", healthcare workers told media on Tuesday. Read More »

Warning to China? USA launches Destroyer as North Korea row escalates

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McCain sailed in a "routine" freedom of navigation operation near Mischief Reef on Thursday. More significantly, the latest USA naval patrol comes days after a meeting of China and ASEAN foreign ministers in the Philippines had agreed a framework for a code of conduct in the South China Sea which is contested by multiple claimants including China, Vietnam, Malaysia, Taiwan and the Philippines. Read More »

1641st victim of 9/11 attack identified almost 16 years later

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The man - whose name has been withheld by USA officials at the request of his family - is the first victim to be identified since March 2015 , more than two years ago. There are more than 21,900 pieces of remains yet unidentified. Over time , the medical examiner's office came to use a process that involves pulverising the fragments to extract DNA, then comparing them to the office's collection of genetic material from victims or their relatives. Read More »

New York Adds Five New Registered Organizations To Medical Marijuana Program

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Criminal charges were filed this year against two former executives with Vireo Health, the parent company of Minnesota Medical Solutions, for transporting cannabis oil from Minnesota to an affiliated company in NY. In its 2015 application the company said it picked the site because of its central location and proximity to Route 690 and the state Thruway. As a result, the new organizations will open several new dispensing facilities around the state along with six in the city: two in ... Read More »

E-cigarettes May Help Smokers Quit The Nasty Habit

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Mr Hajek said: 'It's absolutely clear that e-cigarettes help smokers replace cigarettes'. Christopher Bullen, professor of public health at the University of Auckland, said that any ill effects of e-cigarettes are 'likely to be rare compared with the harms of continuing to smoke. Read More »

In US first, scientists edit genes of human embryos

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Scientists in China have published similar studies with mixed results. A person familiar with the research says " many tens" of human IVF embryos were created for the experiment using the donated sperm of men carrying inherited disease mutations. Read More »

Charlie Gard: Great Ormond Street staff report suffering 'shocking and disgraceful abuse'

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Charlie suffers from a rare genetic condition called mitochondrial DNA depletion syndrome that causes progressive muscle weakness and has left him with brain damage and unable to breathe without a ventilator. As The Guardian reports, the Great Ormond Street Hospital has now received thousands of abusive messages from those opposed to removing Charlie Gard from life support. Read More »

Community Gathers to Honor Life of Justine Damond

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The department had only had the body cameras for eight months, so it was "not second nature" for them, she said. The chief had been out of town on a personal trip and faced questions about her absence since the shooting. "I would prefer that Officer Noor would speak - whether it be to our internal process or to the BCA". Noor shot her once through the window. "An officer should have them on and that is what we are trying to identify", Chief Harteau said. Read More »

19,5 million people on life-saving HIV/Aids treatment - UNAIDS

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However, progress towards the 90-90-90 targets has been inadequate in the Middle East and North Africa and Eastern Europe and Central Asia. Meanwhile, the gains made with the Ante Retro Viral (ARV) drugs which is used to manage persons living with HIV may be lost, if nothing was done urgently to address the rising resistance of the virus to available medications. Read More »