• Larry King reveals he was diagnosed with Lung Cancer

    Larry King reveals he was diagnosed with Lung Cancer

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    Then the doctor said: I see a little spot here, let's do a tomography. "I do not think there are any other types of tomography", revealed the famous TV presenter. His doctor revealed to Larry that had the cancer gone undetected he would have faced very serious health issues in the next 2-3 years. "They did it so well".
  • Dileep's bail hearing in the afternoon; Kavya approaches HC

    Dileep's bail hearing in the afternoon; Kavya approaches HC

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    Following Dileep's arrest, the office premises of Laksyah, Kavya Madhavan's online boutique, was raided towards the end of May. The Kerala High Court will take up the plea on Monday. This even as Dileep moved for bail for the fourth time in the Angamaly court. He was also sent to 14-day judicial custody. The office is located in Kakkanad and the police had conducted the raid in the hope of recovering the memory card which supposedly contains visuals of the sexual assault on the woman ...
  • Global hunger on the rise for the first time in a decade

    Global hunger on the rise for the first time in a decade

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    While people in countries with long-term conflict suffer more than those with intermittent conflict or peace, food insecurity can happen anywhere - even in Texas or Florida. After a prolonged decline, this recent increase could signal a reversal of trends. Past year the proportion of the world's population affected by hunger rose for the first time in more than a decade, to 11 percent - up from 10.6 percent in 2015.
  • 3rd confirmed death related to West Nile virus in Windsor

    3rd confirmed death related to West Nile virus in Windsor

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    The county's first case of West Nile virus this year was detected in a dead bird found in northeast Santa Rosa in August. Symptoms include a fever with headache, body aches, joint pains, vomiting, diarrhea, or rash. Discard any unwanted items in yards and alley ways that may be collecting water. Clean roof gutter and downspouts for proper drainage. Change the water in birdbaths and pet dishes every three days.
  • 36 refugees shot dead in DR Congo

    36 refugees shot dead in DR Congo

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    Initial reports suggest over 30 dead and more than 100 left injured. However, official accounts of what happened contradict each other. A Burundian refugee told AFP news agency: "I saw people falling down, men, ..." He says another 117 people were injured and one Congolese officer was also killed.
  • Willson Contreras gets two-game suspension following altercation with umpire

    Willson Contreras gets two-game suspension following altercation with umpire

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    Contreras was ejected from Friday's game for arguing with home plate umpire Jordan baker and at one point slammed his catcher's mask down on the ground and it inadvertently hit Baker. Lackey was fined for his role in the incident, and Contreras was remorseful when he spoke about it after the contest. Even Martinez knew it was strike three, and started the walk back to the dugout.
  • Qatari emir meeting Merkel in 1st trip overseas since crisis

    Qatari emir meeting Merkel in 1st trip overseas since crisis

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    The German chancellor noted the Emir's willingness to do everything in his power to resolve the Gulf crisis and confirmed Berlin's communication with all parties involved. "We view with concern the fact that 100 days since the start of the conflict no solutions can yet be seen", Merkel told the joint press conference.
  • DEVELOPING: Lineman electrocuted in Irwin County during Irma recovery

    DEVELOPING: Lineman electrocuted in Irwin County during Irma recovery

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    As of Friday afternoon, Georgia Power is reporting just 57 customers in Clayton County were still waiting for their power to be restored. Central Georgia Electric Membership Corp. "As CGEMC works hard to complete the restoration and repairs, they would like to thank customer-owners for their patience and understanding as restoration efforts continue", Jolley said.
  • Hospital Staff In Trouble For Photographing Patient's Genitals

    Hospital Staff In Trouble For Photographing Patient's Genitals

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    Another employee told investigators there were so many people crammed into an operating room taking photos on December 23 that it was "like a cheerleader-type pyramid". In a statement, Patt Keith of UMPC Media Relations said they notified the affected patient and have made administrative changes to prevent similar behavior.
  • Target Recalls Dresser for Tip-Over Hazard

    Target Recalls Dresser for Tip-Over Hazard

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    The company has recalled 175,000 of the units in the US and another 3,000 sold in Canada. No injuries were reported. The products are 41 inches tall, 31.5 inches wide and 16 inches deep. Model number 249-05-0103 (black), 249-05-0106 (espresso), or 249-05-0109 (maple) is printed on the product's packaging. The Room Essentials four-drawer dressers were sold in Target stores in the United States and Canada between January 2013 and April 2016 for about $118.