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Another Tuesday attack carried out by militias on the Fulani settlements in Numan left 30 people dead. President Muhammadu Buhari has described the attacks as "very cruel and dastardly". While Nigeria's military in recent months has flushed Boko Haram from its forest stronghold, President Muhammadu Buhari's claim late past year that the extremist group had been "crushed" has proven to be premature.
  • You are what you drink

    You are what you drink

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    Co-author Professor Mark Bellis , who is also Public Health Wales' director of policy, research and global development, said: "For centuries, the history of rum, gin, vodka and other spirits has been laced with violence". But spirits were more likely to elicit some positive feelings than either beer or wine. This compared to about two per cent of wine drinkers and seven per cent of beer drinkers.
  • Paxton Lynch named starter for Denver Broncos, per reports

    Paxton Lynch named starter for Denver Broncos, per reports

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    After starting the season 3-1 before the bye week, Denver came back to play the winless New York Giants at home in primetime. Osweiler went 0-3 as the starter. He was battling with Siemian for the starting job this summer but injured his shoulder in the preseason. Of the three quarterbacks, Lynch should benefit the most from the offense's simplification.
  • State Sees Record Tourism Numbers Despite Hurricane Irma

    State Sees Record Tourism Numbers Despite Hurricane Irma

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    Despite Hurricane Irma, Florida hit another record high number in tourists visiting the state in the first nine months of this year, according to figures released this week. Local numbers for the first nine months aren't available yet, but the trends so far for the year show visitation to North Florida tourist spots is on the rise.
  • Ikea recalls 29 million chests, dressers after 8 children killed

    Ikea recalls 29 million chests, dressers after 8 children killed

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    IKEA has issued a voluntary recall on chests and dressers that have proven to be unstable if not properly anchored to the wall. There have been eight reports of children dying due to the chest and dressers tipping over, the most recent one being a 2-year-old boy in California who was trapped under an unanchored MALM three-drawer dressed that tipped over.
  • Rita Ora 'auditioned' for The Voice Germany - and nobody recognised her

    Rita Ora 'auditioned' for The Voice Germany - and nobody recognised her

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    The 'Body On Me" singer , stepped up as a surprise contestant during the show's Blind Auditions stage, performing an awesome rendition of her recent single "Your Song'. "It sounded nearly like the original", the first judge responded. Rita had to reveal the prank herself, but they were still a little baffled, with one of them asking whether she was a double.
  • Major Alabama Newspapers Call on Voters to Reject Roy Moore

    Major Alabama Newspapers Call on Voters to Reject Roy Moore

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    But she declined to say whether the Senate should move to expel Moore if he wins the December 12 election. In an interview with ABC on Sunday, White House Legislative Affairs Director, Marc Short would not say if the President believed Moore's accusers but added: "If he did not believe that the women's accusations were credible, he would be down campaigning for Roy Moore".
  • Sleeping on side prevents stillbirth

    Sleeping on side prevents stillbirth

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    It confirms findings from earlier studies in New Zealand and Australia that, in the third trimester, pregnant women who go to sleep on their back are more likely to have a stillbirth. "What I don't want is for women to wake up flat on their back and think "oh my goodness I've done something very bad to my baby", Alexander Heazell, Professor at the University of Manchester, was quoted in an interview to the BBC.