• UK Court to Allow Charlie Gard Parents to Present New Evidence
UK Court to Allow Charlie Gard Parents to Present New Evidence

Justice Francis, who presided over Gard's initial case and ruled that he should be denied treatment and taken off life support , said that he would only overturn his initial ruling if the evidence for nucleoside bypass treatment is "new and powerful".

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  • UNESCO declares Hebron shrine Palestinian, Israel pulls United Nations funding
UNESCO declares Hebron shrine Palestinian, Israel pulls United Nations funding

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also wasn't happy, calling it "another delusional decision by UNESCO". "Not a Jewish site?" he asked. The decision by Unesco to list the old city of Hebron in the occupied West Bank as a world heritage site has, unsurprisingly, prompted a game of emotional and financial blackmail by Tel Aviv.

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  • Trump 'Is Going To Get Somebody Killed In The Media — CNN Commentator
Trump 'Is Going To Get Somebody Killed In The Media — CNN Commentator

And both CNN and CNN Money's Twitter accounts posted a story about why Twitter , which does suspend accounts for harassment , wont suspend Trump. I had to beat #FakeNews , and did. - Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 1, 2017 .the 2016 election with interviews, speeches and social media. And that tirade followed Trump drawing outrage from...

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  • LI children's hospital again ranks among country's best
LI children's hospital again ranks among country's best

In the 2017-18 rankings, 81 of the 187 hospitals surveyed were ranked in at least one of the 10 specialties. "Our compassionate team members at UVA Children's Hospital provide high-quality care in multidisciplinary groups that include physicians with specialty expertise", said Pamela M.

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  • Extra virgin olive oil protects memory and helps prevent Alzheimer's
Extra virgin olive oil protects memory and helps prevent Alzheimer's

A study published Wednesday said consuming extra-virgin olive oil could reduce the chances of suffering from Alzheimer's disease. These two are the classic hallmarks or Alzheimer's disease. But new research moves closer to a prevention - and potentially reversing - strategy, by studying the effects of extra-virgin olive oil on the cogni...

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  • Daily aspirin behind more than 3000 deaths a year, study suggests
Daily aspirin behind more than 3000 deaths a year, study suggests

He noted that the cost of treating a patient with aspirin and an inhibitor was "very small" in comparison with hospital treatment for a major bleed. "But our study gives us a much clearer understanding of the size of the increased risk and the severity of the consequences".

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  • Ayo Fayose tells President Buhari: Resign if you love Nigeria,
Ayo Fayose tells President Buhari: Resign if you love Nigeria,

Before her departure through the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, the President's wife thanked Nigerians for their support and prayers for the quick recovery of her husband. Fayose, who spoke at a press conference in Lagos yesterday, said instead of waiting for the ministers and rigours of Section 140 of the Constitution, the President ...

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  • UK: Manchester attack investigation still at 'full tilt'
UK: Manchester attack investigation still at 'full tilt'

And responding to proposals of mass internship of suspects, she said: "It's not enough just to say "This is who the security services are following, maybe we should lock them all up". "The intelligence services are still collecting information about him, but I wouldn't rush to conclusions, as you seem to be, that they have somehow missed something"...

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  • Army foils infiltration bid in J&K, kills 6 militants
Army foils infiltration bid in J&K, kills 6 militants

On November 22 previous year, BATs had mutilated the body of an Indian Army soldier and killed two others while ambushing a counter-infiltration patrol along the LoC at the Machil sector of Kupwara district. The slain terrorists are of foreign origin, however, the army refused to identify the infiltrators as the search operation is underway. An A...

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  • Trump's health care budget means deep cuts for safety net
Trump's health care budget means deep cuts for safety net

The budget assumes full passage of the House-passed version of the American Health Care Act (AHCA) to repeal and replace ObamaCare, which cuts Dollars 839 billion from Medicaid and pulls funding from Planned Parenthood . The budget also does not include the tax-reform plan the administration has touted, which most estimates figure would ad...

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  • DHS to extend protections for Haitians 6 months
DHS to extend protections for Haitians 6 months

WASHINGTON-The Trump administration said Monday it was extending by six months temporary protections for Haitians displaced by the devastating 2010 natural disaster, but signaled it will end the program and send home most of the 58,700 affected Haitians living in the US after that.

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  • CDC warns of parasite that may crash your pool party
CDC warns of parasite that may crash your pool party

They're calling on those who are feeling under the weather to stay out of the water. A second report in the MMWR noted another potential hazard of public pools - inhalation of toxic chlorine gas. "So anytime we have a mass amount of people and water, we have the potential for problems", Tetro told Global News. These included 36 players and fa...

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  • Bernie Sanders Commends Special Counsel As A
Bernie Sanders Commends Special Counsel As A "Positive Step" In Russia Probe

That's why I think these investigations should not just be about the Comey memo. "I don't think we know exactly what happened". Of course the topic of President Trump came up, especially since hours earlier, The New York Times had dropped the latest bombshell about the president: allegations that he asked the FBI director to drop an investigati...

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  • Sheffield professor's advice on how to protect yourself — NHS cyber attack
Sheffield professor's advice on how to protect yourself — NHS cyber attack

Railway stations, post delivery, petrol stations, hospitals, office buildings, shopping centres and government services also were affected, Xinhua said, citing the Threat Intelligence Centre of Qihoo 360, a Chinese internet security services company.

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  • Cinco de Mayo met with more ambivalence in age of Trump
Cinco de Mayo met with more ambivalence in age of Trump

While the victory is still celebrated in Puebla, it's far from the national holiday American merchandisers would have us believe. For years, Yazmin Irazoqui Ruiz saw Cinco de Mayo as a reason to eat tacos and listen to Mexican music. He says the best way for visitors to start the fun is to make a stop at the South Omaha Museum at 23rd and M Stree...

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  • MN health officials want $5 million to fight infectious diseases
MN health officials want $5 million to fight infectious diseases

In 2008, the Minnesota Department of Health found that Somali children in Minneapolis were more likely to take part in services for autistic children, although it was unclear if that was because more children in the community had the disorder or because there was better outreach to the community.

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  • North Korea accuses US, South Korea of assassination attempt
North Korea accuses US, South Korea of assassination attempt

People who have appeared at such staged events have later said they were coerced. Yoo, who employed 430 North Korean workers at a semiconductor parts manufacturing plant in Kaesong, said his revenue has halved since he was forced to leave the industrial zone past year.

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  • Conservatives back revised health bill, GOP moderates balk
Conservatives back revised health bill, GOP moderates balk

After the bill was amended to address the concerns of the very conservative House Freedom Caucus this week, some of those members got onboard - apparently breathing new life into the effort. "We still don't know how this amendment changes the net vote total", a senior GOP aide told CNN . One moderate Republican who spoke anonymously put it this ...

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  • Scattered showers and storms possible through tonight
Scattered showers and storms possible through tonight

West wind 11 to 17 miles per hour. The overnight low is expected to be near 38. Thursday , it will be mostly sunny with a high near 66, the weather service said. Monday night: More clouds, a 40 percent chance of evening thunderstorms and showers overnight with a low of 40. Chance of precipitation is 60 percent.

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  • Ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez hangs himself in his prison cell
Ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez hangs himself in his prison cell

Authorities say he hanged himself using a bedsheet tied to his cell window and had blocked the door from the inside by jamming it with various items. Leslie Walker, of Prisoners' Legal Services of MA, told WBUR's Deborah Becker on Morning Edition that prisoners are monitored to prevent suicide.

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  • Mayor Wants to Raise Floor on Cost of Cigarette Packs to $13
Mayor Wants to Raise Floor on Cost of Cigarette Packs to $13

De Blasio made the announcement during anti-smoking event in the city. He said his goal is to reduce the number of smokers in the city by 160,000 over the next three years. Mayor Bill de Blasio is pushing legislation to hike New York City's minimum cigarette-pack price to $13, halve the number of stores allowed to sell tobacco products and put phar...

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  • Bahrain GP: Sebastian Vettel beats penalised Lewis Hamilton to victory
Bahrain GP: Sebastian Vettel beats penalised Lewis Hamilton to victory

For the third race in a row, Ferrari went aggressive with its strategy and pitted Vettel on lap 10 in an attempt to undercut Bottas in the lead. In Bahrain, the Briton recognised he could have put himself in a much better position to win.

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  • US, Mexico and Canada to make joint bid for 2026 World Cup
US, Mexico and Canada to make joint bid for 2026 World Cup

Speaking at the event, held at the One World Observatory inside Manhattan's One World Trade Center, Gulati said the initial proposal calls for the U.S., which had originally considered bidding alone, to stage 60 games in the newly expanded 48-country, 80-game tournament, with Canada and Mexico hosting ten games each.

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  • Swans in trouble after Mawson mistake gives Watford 1-0 win
Swans in trouble after Mawson mistake gives Watford 1-0 win

For Swansea, though, the gloom deepens as they remain entrenched in the bottom three - the bright start to Paul Clement's tenure a distant memory - two points shy of fourth from bottom Hull. Mawson made a catastrophic one when he dithered and lost the ball to Capoue who scored at the second attempt after Fabianski had saved well from his first.

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  • IS launches chlorine gas attacks in western Mosul
IS launches chlorine gas attacks in western Mosul

More than 300 square miles have been cleared since west Mosul operations began mid-February, he said. Isis overran the city in the summer of 2014 in a lightning advance which routed Iraqi forces. Death certificates were not issued for foreign fighters because their only identity was a nom de guerre, he said. Analysts say Iraqi forces deployed i...

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