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Bomb wounds 20 at supermarket in southern Thailand

Bomb wounds 20 at supermarket in southern Thailand

At least 59 people, several of whom were children, were injured when two powerful bombs went off at a Big C Supercentre in Muang district Tuesday afternoon. Footage of the explosion going off shows ch...

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State of emergency declared in Montreal

Some 2,426 homes in the eastern Canadian province flooded, CTV Montreal reported. The man, child and a woman had climbed onto the roof of the vehicle but choppy waters flipped the auto over, sendi...

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Many US-approved drugs pack serious side effects later, study shows

Many US-approved drugs pack serious side effects later, study shows

Ross, M.D., M.H.S., of the Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Conn., and colleagues examined safety events (a composite of withdrawals due to safety concerns, FDA issuance of incremental b...

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Teen Enters Prom by Emerging From a Coffin

Teen Enters Prom by Emerging From a Coffin

The spooky prom entrance drew a mixed response on social media, and Flaherty said she understands how some people are uncomfortable with death. A New Jersey teen arrived to her prom in a coffin. Fl...

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Dove releases soap bottles shaped for different body types

Dove releases soap bottles shaped for different body types

Dove will probably need to hire some specialist bottle fitters to stand around in Boots telling you which bottle you are. Dove, which has long aimed to challenge beauty standards with their "Re...

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Deal alert: Score a free scoop at Haagen-Dazs

Deal alert: Score a free scoop at Haagen-Dazs

The free, kiddie-size scoops will be served in a cup, sugar cone or cake cone and are limited to one per guest. I scream, you scream, we all scream for FREE ice cream! Honey bees pollinate one-t...

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Election 2017: Voter turnout at 55.4% as of 1 pm

Election 2017: Voter turnout at 55.4% as of 1 pm

Turnout as of 1 p.m. was 55.4 percent, nearly 10-percent higher than for the previous election in 2012. The figure as of 11 a.m. stood at 19.4 percent, with 8.2 million out of 42.5 million eligible ...

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Shami named in India's Champions Trophy squad

Perhaps, the inclusion of Manish Pandey instead of an extra spinner was a talking point but MSK Prasad, the chairman of selectors, was at pains to point that out it was exclusively due to the quality ...

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Conservatives pledge to scrap Mental Health Act

Conservatives pledge to scrap Mental Health Act

Revised thresholds for detentions in a bid to stop the powers being "over used". The event is coordinated by the Mental Health Foundation in the United Kingdom, and this year's theme is "Surviving o...

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Trump Signs $1 Trillion Government Spending Bill

Mick Mulvaney, Mr Trump's budget director, also said the version that gets to the president would probably differ from the House measure. Hinting at the attacks to come as next year's elections draw...

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Senate to vote on government funding bill today

Senate to vote on government funding bill today

Congress gave final approval Thursday to a $1 trillion spending bill to carry the government through September, averting yet another shutdown showdown, but leaving a deeply divided GOP in its wake. Bu...

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Artificial womb may be a lifeline for premature babies

A bag is filled with lab-made amniotic fluid that the fetus inhales and exhales as it normally would in the womb as the heart pumps blood through the umbilical cord into a kind of artificial lung outs...

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Pakistani forces killed 2 Afghan soldiers, not 50

The two sides agreed to conduct a geological survey of the border villages to "remove discrepancies". Durani also claimed Pakistani "militias" were trying to cross the border. Pakistan previous year...

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Federal appeals court to begin examining second Trump travel ban

Back in March, a federal judge in Maryland blocked the executive order - which bans travelers from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen - from being enforced. The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of A...

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Tips to avoid Lyme disease

Tips to avoid Lyme disease

Lead author Dr Caroline Millins, from the University of Glasgow, said: "We identified several widespread conservation management practices which could affect Lyme disease risk: the management of deer ...

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Favorable Media Coverage Somewhat Likely to Impact MiMedx Group (MDXG) Share Price

In the last six months the stock's performance soared 52.41% while yearly performance of the company advanced 89.66%. Earnings, with 7 analysts believing the company would generate an Average Estimate...

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Artificial womb spells hope for preemies

According to the research results published this week in the journal Nature Communications , the lambs' bodies continued to develop successfully inside the artificial womb, just as they would have do...

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Florida set to change burden of proof in 'stand your ground'

Florida set to change burden of proof in 'stand your ground'

Corcoran and Senate President Joe Negron, R-Stuart, also said that numerous ideas incorporated into the budget "conforming" bill have been debated elsewhere. That $200 million measure was original...

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Watch Sally Yates Shut Down Ted Cruz

Yates described the conversations as urgent on her part, saying she and McGahn talked about possible criminal prosecution of Flynn and why the Justice Department would care that one White House offi...

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'Melrose Place' actor Antonio Sabato Jr. is running for Congress

'Melrose Place' actor Antonio Sabato Jr. is running for Congress

Actor Antonio Sabato Jr filed papers Monday with the Federal Elections Commission declaring his plans to run for Congress. "Antonio Sabato Jr. ... During the convention, Sabato falsely told ABC N...

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