• CHAN 2018: Super Eagles coach reacts to draw with Rwanda

    CHAN 2018: Super Eagles coach reacts to draw with Rwanda

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    The Super Falcons were the better side, dominating possession in the entire game, but failed to do the most important thing - scoring. Following their flying start to the ongoing African Nations Championship (CHAN) Libya's team coach, Omar Al-Marimi has said his team will not alter their approach to the game when they face Nigeria.
  • Juno Therapeutics, Inc. (JUNO) Given Average Rating of

    Juno Therapeutics, Inc. (JUNO) Given Average Rating of "Buy" by Brokerages

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    The Manufacturers Life Insurance Company boosted its stake in shares of Juno Therapeutics by 7.2% in the second quarter. Institutional investors and hedge funds own 61.67% of the company's stock. Corporate insiders own 15.08% of the company's stock. Leerink's Geoffrey Porges believes Juno won't accept an offer valued below $11.9B that Gilead paid for Kite Pharma, adding that Celgene paid $93/share to acquire its initial stake of ~9.1M shares in 2015.
  • PHE issues new measles warning as number of cases increases

    PHE issues new measles warning as number of cases increases

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    Some of the complications caused by measles include ear infections, a severe cough and breathing difficulties, viral and bacterial infections (such as pneumonia ) and eye infections. However, in light of the recent cases PHE has issued a statement reminding the nation the MMR vaccine is available to all adults and children who are not up to date with their two doses.
  • Black Death 'spread by humans, not rats' claims shocking new study

    Black Death 'spread by humans, not rats' claims shocking new study

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    An worldwide team of scientists from the University of Oslo and the University of Ferrara examined a number of characteristics of the pandemic including how it spread so quickly. The disease may have spread from person to person through human-feeding parasites, including fleas and lice, claims a new study . A lot of this bad reputation comes from their association with the Black Death - and by association, I mean we are all under the impression it was all their bloody fault.
  • Is the Trump-Graham Bromance Officially Dead?

    Is the Trump-Graham Bromance Officially Dead?

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    But she said she didn't "dispute the president was using tough language". On Monday, Trump claimed Durbin is misquoting him. After discussing possible immigration from Haiti and African nations, anonymous sources said Trump asked, "Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come here?" Sen.
  • Bengaluru police detain two as footage of New Year's Eve assault emerges

    Bengaluru police detain two as footage of New Year's Eve assault emerges

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    The victims, who are said to be from Darjeeling in Bengal, did not lodge a complaint with the police. A gang of rowdies beat the duo up when their bike allegedly touched one of the gang member's legs. A CCTV footage, captured on New Year's Day, showing a group of drunk men thrashing a boy and openly molesting a girl emerged on January 16, bringing back memories of the mass molestation in Bengaluru that shook the nation.
  • Scarborough Accuses GOP Senators Cotton And Perdue Of 'Lying' For 'Racist' President

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    Cotton was one of six lawmakers, including Sen. David Perdue (R-Ga.), Sen. But the ones on which they did so are particularly egregious, because they offered themselves as witnesses to other senators' supposed dishonor. Regardless of which vulgarity he used, Graham confirmed that he challenged Trump after he dropped the curse word. The comments came during a White House meeting held to explore a bipartisan immigration deal, said the Washington Post , which broke the news.
  • Government demands investigation into Carillion directors

    Government demands investigation into Carillion directors

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    The Wolverhampton-based firm is a key government supplier on the High Speed 2 ( HS2 ) rail projectand numerous education and health construction contracts. Previously the firm had the right to reduce bonuses not yet paid. Carillion announced its entry into compulsory liquidation yesterday after it had been struggling under £900 million of debt and a £587 million pension deficit.
  • SC crisis not resolved yet: Attorney general

    SC crisis not resolved yet: Attorney general

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    It means that the Chief Justice of India (CJI), Dipak Misra , will now have to take a call of whether to transfer the case to a different set of judges. Cong presses for probe into Loya's death Aday after Justice BH Loya's son Anuj appealed to political parties not to "politicise" his father's death, the Congress reiterated its demand for a fair and independent probe into the demise of the CBI special judge, who was probing the Sohrabuddin "fake" encounter case.
  • Hold That Sneeze? Maybe Not

    Hold That Sneeze? Maybe Not

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    Are you holding your sneezes? One 34-year-old man suffered a neck injury by holding in a forceful sneeze. In other words, by trying to hold in his sneeze, he actually blew a small hole in his throat. They said the "unusual condition" is most often caused by trauma or sometimes by vomiting, retching or heavy coughing, so the patient's symptoms initially surprised emergency care doctors.