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Dhaka: A Myanmar government minister will visit Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh on Wednesday, officials said, a rare trip Dhaka hopes will help speed the return home of hundreds of thousands of the neighbouring nation's Muslim minority.
  • Lincoln Police arrest man for threatening to kill his family

    Lincoln Police arrest man for threatening to kill his family

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    Investigation revealed the suspect had provided a false name and that the identification was altered and did not belong to him. Police were called and the suspect fled in a vehicle. The report indicated the burglary occurred between Friday and Sunday afternoon. Officers responded shortly before 9 p.m.to UAMS Medical Center in reference to a shooting report.
  • 'Harry Potter' books get new jackets on 20th USA anniversary

    'Harry Potter' books get new jackets on 20th USA anniversary

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    The " Harry Potter " books are getting a makeover - this year marks the 20th anniversary of the American publican of book one, " Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ". Scholastic's new book cover for " Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire", featuring art by Brian Selznick, is pictured here. In a Scholastic press release, Selznick said, "I'm a huge Harry Potter fan (a proud Hufflepuff!) and to be asked to illustrate the 20th-anniversary edition covers was an absolute honor".
  • Home opener tomorrow after Ithaca Softball falls on the road

    Home opener tomorrow after Ithaca Softball falls on the road

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    The Lady Warriors, who had beaten the Scarlet Hurricanes 15-1 in five innings in the teams' first meeting, found themselves in a 1-1 tie entering the sixth inning. Perry Imler had a double and a triple and the visiting Bulldogs defeated the Indians in three innings in the opener. "But we have to clean up the little things, that make us better in the field and at bats".
  • Nigerians respond to Buhari running for 2nd Term

    Nigerians respond to Buhari running for 2nd Term

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    The President also said that waiver against resignation shall be granted to them if they indicated interest to re-contest. A Presidential aide, Senator Ita Enang, says the $1bn security fund has not been approved for spending by President Muhammadu Buhari , as it is still undergoing legislative processes.
  • Absecon man charged for child pornography, endangerment

    Absecon man charged for child pornography, endangerment

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    He's scheduled to appear in court on May 16. Of the child pornography images and videos, 167 depicted bondage, 1,136 depicted infants, and 20 depicted bestiality. This case was brought as part of Project Safe Childhood, a nationwide initiative to combat the growing epidemic of child sexual exploitation and abuse launched in May 2006 by the Department of Justice.
  • Beware of 'hectic' flu this season

    Beware of 'hectic' flu this season

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    He urges frequent hand washing and staying home if you have flu symptoms. Vincent said a flu vaccine was regarded by healthcare authorities and the National Institute of Communicable Diseases (NICD) as one of the best ways to protect oneself against influenza.
  • First luxury hotel in space to welcome guests in 2022

    First luxury hotel in space to welcome guests in 2022

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    The hotel is expected to welcome its first guests in 2022 (although the hefty deposit is fully refundable, should plans get put on hold). Even if the project does make it off the ground, booking a ticket will be hard for most people: A 12-day trip will cost $9.5 million per person, and reservations for the first four months have already sold out.
  • FDA threatens Bayer with penalties over permanent contraceptive device

    FDA threatens Bayer with penalties over permanent contraceptive device

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    It said the decision to require the new patient-consent form for the procedure was based on evidence "that some women were not being adequately informed of Essure's risks before getting the device implanted, despite previous significant efforts to educate patients and doctors about the risks associated with this device".
  • Physical activity helps fight genetic risk of heart disease

    Physical activity helps fight genetic risk of heart disease

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    Then we further examined these associations in individuals with different genetic burden by stratifying individuals based on their genetic risk scores for coronary heart disease and atrial fibrillation . Genetic data from 468,095 of the participants was also used in the study. Breast cancer patients have no greater risk of dying of heart disease following chemotherapy and radiotherapy.