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Medicine Pope to visit Myanmar, Bangladesh amid Rohingya crisis
Author: 0 Pope to visit Myanmar, Bangladesh amid Rohingya crisis

The pontiff said Sunday there was "sad news about the persecution of the religious minority of our Rohingya brothers". News media reported violent clashes August 25-26 after Rohingya fighters attacked 30 police stations. Myanmar's leader Aung San Suu Kyi has blasted the Rohingya militant attacks as a bid to undermine efforts to "build peace and harmony in Rakhine state".

Medicine Four coffees a day 'cuts risk of dying early by two thirds'
Author: 0 Four coffees a day 'cuts risk of dying early by two thirds'

A new study claims higher coffee consumption is connected to a lower risk of death. Research on 20 thousand middle aged people found that those who drank coffee regularly had mortality rates nearly two thirds lower than non-drinkers. She concluded, "Our findings suggest that drinking four cups of coffee each day can be part of a healthy diet in healthy people". Previous studies found that coffee improves liver functionality.

Medicine ANAMBRA APC GUBER PRIMARY | Allegations of Bribery, Protests as Accreditation Continues
Author: 0 ANAMBRA APC GUBER PRIMARY | Allegations of Bribery, Protests as Accreditation Continues

Have you read Trendiee Today? According to the report, Nwoye scored 2,146 votes to defeat his nearest rival, Senator Andy Uba who got 931 votes on Sunday, August 27. Over 5,000 delegates from the 21 local government areas of the state participated in the exercise. APC's national auditor, George Moghalu polled 525 votes, while Bart Nwibe scored 414 and John-Bosco Onunkwo scored 85 votes.

Medicine West Nile virus claims one Alabama victim, other cases being investigated
Author: 0 West Nile virus claims one Alabama victim, other cases being investigated

The virus is known to be present in mosquitos in Kentucky. The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH) recently announced that West Nile virus (WNV) has been detected in mosquitoes collected from Burlington on August 17. Conducting door-to-door visits near the reported case to provided informational pamphlets and assist residents with looking for areas where mosquitoes may reproduce.

Author: 0 Sensex heads for fourth session of gains; Infosys leads

The 30-scrip Sensitive Index ( Sensex ) of the BSE, which opened at 31,756.87 points, closed at 31,750.82 points - up 154.76 points or 0.49 per cent from Thursday's close at 31,596.06 points. "The impact of Hurricane Harvey in the USA and less hawkish speech by Fed chair at Jackson Hole have given a ripple effect to the global market". Brokers said the rupee appreciating further to trade at 63.86 (intra-day) against the dollar at the forex market too had its positive impact.

Author: 0 First Eagle Investment Management LLC Takes Position in Tenet Healthcare Corporation (THC)

The stock of Tenet Healthcare Corp (NYSE:THC) has "Neutral" rating given on Friday, February 24 by Mizuho. Mizuho maintained the shares of THC in report on Wednesday, October 5 with "Neutral" rating. Estabrook Management holds 0% or 30 shares in its portfolio. The share price is now down -6.20% for the past three months. Yet another important factor while evaluating a good buy/sell decision for Tenet Healthcare Corp.

Medicine Injured Iwobi Out of Nigeria Squad
Author: 0 Injured Iwobi Out of Nigeria Squad

Iwobi, nephew of legendary Nigeria star Austin "Jay Jay" Okocha, has played in Nigeria's first two World Cup qualifiers against Zambia and Algeria, scoring one of the goals in a 2-1 win in Zambia in October 2016. Chippa United of South Africa goalkeeper , Daniel Akpeyi was also listed among players already in town for the big game. Christian Bassogog has said that Cameroon's target, is to defeat Nigeria this weekend, in their 2018 World Cup qualifier.

Medicine North Korea hired KGB spies to protect Kim Jong Un
Author: 0 North Korea hired KGB spies to protect Kim Jong Un

Pyongyang has recently faced a wave of global sanctions over its test-firing of two intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM) last month that apparently brought most of the United States into range for the first time . Tensions between Washington and Pyongyang escalated after North Korea's two ICBM tests. The country has fired more than 20 missiles since February, further perfecting its technology with each launch.

Medicine Local Red Cross volunteers leave to help Hurricane Harvey victims
Author: 0 Local Red Cross volunteers leave to help Hurricane Harvey victims

The Red Cross has deployed nearly 100 local volunteers so far, a number organizers say is likely to rise. "We're all here to do the job, and we're anxious to get to work", said Connelly, 78, of Lincolnwood. Driscoll Children's Hospital, which cares for Corpus Christi's youngest and most ill patients, was directly in the path of Harvey. They expect to be on the assignment for 2 weeks.

Medicine Swimming Areas Closed After Water Quality Testing
Author: 0 Swimming Areas Closed After Water Quality Testing

Some state parks' swimming areas are closed following poor water quality testing. Some other swimming areas are still closed to the public this weekend, however. High bacteria levels have also closed the swim area at Wadsworth Falls State Park until at least August 31. These swim areas will remain closed until that condition subsides.

Medicine Volunteers from Washington on the ground in Texas
Author: 0 Volunteers from Washington on the ground in Texas

The volunteers will take an emergency response vehicle all the way to major disaster zones in Texas. To donate visit redcross .org, call 1- 800-RED CROSS or text the word HARVEY to 90999 to make a $10 donation . They also partner with Therapy Dogs International to provide comfort to victims. Please donate to the Red Cross to help. This isn't the first time Apple has opened up donations in partnership with the American Red Cross via the iTunes Store.

Author: 0 Dera chief guards face sedition charges

The police are also making a record- noting down names, phone numbers and addresses- of the followers who are vacating the premises or are willing to leave. On Friday, the court had convicted the Dera chief in a rape case. Apart from the Sirsa base of Ram Rahim, almost 102 Dera centres in Haryana have been sanitised by the security forces, claimed state DGP B S Sandhu.

Medicine Bay area volunteers train to help after Harvey
Author: 0 Bay area volunteers train to help after Harvey

Colorado Task Force 1 has deployed several first responders to assist with the rescue and recovery efforts underway in Texas as Tropical Storm Harvey leaves a large stretch of the state flooded. The shelters are a necessity for many since their home has either been abandoned or destroyed. "People who are staying in hotels are running out of money and more people are evacuating because of flooding".

Medicine No bird-to-human infection in PH
Author: 0 No bird-to-human infection in PH

DoH epidemiologic surveillance and health workers have been deployed to investigate and report suspected human cases within the next 24 to 48 hours. Almost 500 soldiers have been mobilized to speed up the culling of infected fowl in about 40 farms in the town of San Luis in Pampanga and in San Isidro and Jaen in Nueva Ecija.

Medicine Heat wave making its way to Southern California
Author: 0 Heat wave making its way to Southern California

The peak of the heat wave is expected to occur Monday , when highs will reach 97 degrees in Downtown L-A and 109 degrees in Woodland Hills. A large high-pressure system sitting over the Great Basin in Utah and Nevada, combined with a weak onshore flow and sunny skies, will support the warming trend, said Bonnie Bartling, a weather specialist with the National Weather Service in Oxnard.

Medicine Broncos Menelik Watson Proposes During Game
Author: 0 Broncos Menelik Watson Proposes During Game

Anderson to 31 yards on nine attempts. It seems the Green Bay Packers feasted before their matchup in Denver . Denver's first-round draft pick had a solid night overall, playing every offensive snap during the first half and through the team's first series in the third quarter.

Medicine Red Cross Says Hurricane Harvey Could Rival Sandy or Katrina
Author: 0 Red Cross Says Hurricane Harvey Could Rival Sandy or Katrina

They're also coordinating with Red Cross of Central Texas, providing volunteers for shelter staffing within the Greater Austin area. Harvey slammed the gulf coast as a category four hurricane, with winds as strong as 130 miles per hour. The storm's approach sent tens of thousands of people fleeing inland. "I just got a call saying 'I need you to come in to answer phones, '" said Trinity, a junior at HSHP.

Medicine Buxton, Colon Leads Twins To Win In Toronto
Author: 0 Buxton, Colon Leads Twins To Win In Toronto

Despite the fact that it has not been the same vintage Marco Estrada of recent years, one thing you can never deny about the veteran Jays right-hander is that he takes the ball every fifth day and gives you everything he's got. A few batters latter Jorge Polanco doubled to center and drove in Joe Mauer and Buxton. "I just made a bad pitch on that double, change-up kind of middle of the plate", said Happ.

Medicine Area Red Cross helps Harvey relief effort
Author: 0 Area Red Cross helps Harvey relief effort

Many trailers full of shelter supplies, including cots and blankets, have already arrived in Texas. Local Red Cross volunteers are heading to Texas to assist with Hurricane Harvey relief. Red Cross volunteers are headed from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport to those states all weekend, along with emergency response vehicles.

Author: 0 Delhi tense after Dera violence spills over

New Delhi , Aug 25 The police imposed prohibitory orders on most parts of Delhi today in the wake of violence in the city and in neighbouring Haryana over the conviction of self-styled godman Guru Ram Rahim in a rape case. Commissioner of police Amulya Patnaik has also warned stern action against miscreants. Strongly condemn violence urge everyone to maintain peace, Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted.

Medicine Why your morning coffee could leave you craving for sugar
Author: 0 Why your morning coffee could leave you craving for sugar

A recent study found that people who consume caffeine regularly tend to need a sweet snack after. Researchers conducted their test by dividing 107 participants into two groups. Participants rated their drinks as less sweet on average when they contained caffeine compared to when they didn't, showing that caffeine itself may affect our senses.

Author: 0 ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE - Two Match Preview (Round 3)

Find out by following our live matchcast. Newcastle only spent one season in the Championship but it hasn't been the return to the top flight they would have hoped for. and not the proven Premier League quality that fans expected. Problem is, his players didn't look comfortable with either of them. Winning at home would certainly be a good start to turn things around, though.

Medicine Klopp accuses Arsenal of employing long-ball tactics against Liverpool
Author: 0 Klopp accuses Arsenal of employing long-ball tactics against Liverpool

Together with Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane , he made up a team of dream frontmen. When Luis Suarez moved from Liverpool to Barcelona three years ago, many wondered how well he would do with Neymar and Lionel Messi alongside him. Arsene Wenger admitted he would be cautious with the Chilean, who he described as "focused" and "ready". James Milner started in place for Can in the midfield , and Daniel Sturridge started in Mohamed Salah's spot on the wing.

Medicine At least 16 Americans affected by 'incidents' in Cuba: State Dept
Author: 0 At least 16 Americans affected by 'incidents' in Cuba: State Dept

Officials in Canada said in early August that they were "aware of unusual symptoms affecting Canadian and U.S. diplomatic personnel and their families in Havana", a spokesperson for Global Affairs Canada told the AP. Officials have been investigating whether a third country looking for "payback" against the USA was involved, possibly with the assistance of Cuban security services.

Medicine Arkansas returns to center of execution debate
Author: 0 Arkansas returns to center of execution debate

Gov. Asa Hutchinson's decision to schedule a convicted murderer's execution this fall puts Arkansas back at the center of the death penalty debate months after the state resumed executions following a almost 12-year lull. The Boone County Prosecutor and Sheriff have raised objections. Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson's office announced on Friday, Aug. 25, 2017, a November 9 execution date for Greene who was convicted of killing Sidney Jethro Burnett in 1991 after Burnett and his wife accused ...