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Nabriva Therapeutics AG (NASDAQ: NBRV ) previously announced its fiscal periodic earnings information on early Mon, Aug 7th. Today's price action is taking place on monster volume, as almost 7 million shares have traded with five hours remaining in the session compared to its 20-day average of a meager 387,000.
  • US Opens First Military Base In Israel

    US Opens First Military Base In Israel

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    Dozens of U.S. Air Force soldiers will be based at the new facility, which Haimovitch said would allow both Israel and the U.S.to "improve our defense, in discovery and interception, and in preparedness". The opening of the base comes a week after a new Iron Dome anti-missile battery became operational. Several dozen United States service-members will be stationed at Bislach, Haimovich said, adding that the process of setting up the American station went smoothly thanks to the close, cordial ...
  • Maria now a category 3 hurricane with 120 mph winds

    Maria now a category 3 hurricane with 120 mph winds

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    A tropical storm watch has been issued for Nassau and Suffolk counties as Category 1 Hurricane Jose churns north through the Atlantic Ocean. Hurricane advisories continued to extend across Caribbean islands battered by Irma as the storm approaches.
  • Father Charged With Murder In Deaths Of 3 Children

    Father Charged With Murder In Deaths Of 3 Children

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    The 33-year-old West Sacramento resident's three children were found dead in an apartment last week. As of now, Robert Hodges is being held in custody with an arraignment scheduled for today, Monday, September 18. Deputy public defender Ron Johnson, who represented Hodges, did not immediately return a telephone message seeking comment. "We have not yet determined if we intend to seek the death penalty", Reisig said at a news conference.
  • Yesudas gets nod to enter Padma temple

    Yesudas gets nod to enter Padma temple

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    The letter has not mentioned the specific date on which the singer wants to visit the temple. The administrative committee of the Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple on Monday made a decision to allow singer K J Yesudas, a Christian who has affirmed his faith in the Hindu religion, to enter the temple.
  • Lewis Hamilton extends F1 championship lead as Sebastian Vettel crashes

    Lewis Hamilton extends F1 championship lead as Sebastian Vettel crashes

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    Mercedes-AMG F1's Lewis Hamilton won the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix, consolidating his lead for world championship title. Get the best sports content from the web and social in the new B/R app . A stewards' inquiry later cleared Vettel, Raikkonen and Verstappen but it was clear who was the happiest in the Silver Arrows' garage. At the same time , vehicle 5 which had a slower start, moved to the left hand side of the track; auto 33 and vehicle 7 then collided resulting in a chain ...
  • US Investigators Wiretapped Paul Manafort Before and After 2016 Election

    US Investigators Wiretapped Paul Manafort Before and After 2016 Election

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    CNN said it was "unclear whether Trump himself was picked up on the surveillance" and, according to two of the network's three sources, the wiretaps on Mr. In July, the Federal Bureau of Investigation raided Manafort's home just after he spoke with Senate staffers regarding potential Russian interference in the 2016 election.
  • Rosneft Tightens Ties in Iraqi Kurdistan With Pipeline Talks

    Rosneft Tightens Ties in Iraqi Kurdistan With Pipeline Talks

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    The phone call comes just a week before a controversial referendum on independence is due to be held in northern Iraq on September 25. Yet the continued battle between local armed forces and Islamic State , which has sapped state funds in recent years, raises risks for investors.
  • RCS confirm Israel start

    RCS confirm Israel start

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    The opening time trial will be 10.1 kilometres, while the second stage is 167 kilometres and the third 226. Logistically holding the first three days in Israel means the Giro caravan faces a 1,106 mile, or a six-hour flight, to the south of Italy.
  • Man charged with murder in Avalon

    Man charged with murder in Avalon

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    Police are investigating the fatal stabbing of a woman whose body was found in the affluent Sydney Northern Beaches suburb of Avalon. A woman has been found dead suspected of being stabbed inside her Sydney northern beaches home on Monday morning.
  • Who loves a parade? Trump wants to showcase military might

    Who loves a parade? Trump wants to showcase military might

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    Trump reminisced about how much he enjoyed watching France's military parade in Paris on Bastille Day in July. In remarks alongside Macron during a NY trip to the United Nations, Trump marveled at the "military might" on display in Paris for Bastille Day and said seeing the parade inspired him to do something similar in the US.
  • Trump Pushes Widespread Reform at the UN During Special Forum

    Trump Pushes Widespread Reform at the UN During Special Forum

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    He then said he was considering ordering up a similar spectacle for Pennsylvania Avenue, potentially as soon as next year. Trump's comments, however, did not mention an expansion of the UN Security Council. Instead, U.S. foreign policy is being driven nearly exclusively by the small group of current and former military men Mr. Trump has appointed to his cabinet.
  • Hillary Clinton hints legal challenge to 2016 election results

    Hillary Clinton hints legal challenge to 2016 election results

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    She was then pushed by interviewer Terry Gross about whether she could still challenge the result. Gross went on to ask , "What would be the means to challenge it, if you thought it should be challenged?" Hillary Clinton said she would not rule out questioning the legitimacy of the 2016 presidential election between her and Donald Trump if it's revealed that Russian interference goes further than now known.
  • Trump Makes First Speech to UN General Assembly This Week

    Trump Makes First Speech to UN General Assembly This Week

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    Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley. Mr. Guterres said someone recently asked him what kept him awake at night - bureaucracy, was the simple answer. He will then join Vice President Mike Pence for a working dinner with Latin American leaders later Monday evening. Trump's call for strengthening United Nations whistleblower protections came despite his frequent heavy-handed criticism of the leaks that have beset his administration.
  • The Iran Deal May Live After All

    The Iran Deal May Live After All

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    Trump has declared the deal a disaster and there are growing signs that next month he may declare that he thinks Iran has broken its promises - opening the way to new US sanctions. "You'll see what I'm going to be doing very shortly in October", Mr Trump said. In exchange for Tehran rolling back its atomic program, the U.S. and other world powers agreed to suspend wide-ranging oil, trade and financial penalties that had choked the Iranian economy.
  • Rights group urges new Myanmar sanctions over Rohingya crisis

    Rights group urges new Myanmar sanctions over Rohingya crisis

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    Ayub is far from alone in his point of view. Rohingya Muslim refugees wait after crossing the border in Gundum, Bangladesh. "I rushed to the spot and found people crying over the dead body of a child", said Ponir. Bangladesh, which is already host to more than 400,000 Rohingya said it will not accept any more refugees, despite an appeal by U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres for Dhaka to allow Rohingya to seek safety.
  • Arrest made in 25-year-old murder of MA woman

    Arrest made in 25-year-old murder of MA woman

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    Some of the neighbors 22News spoke to said they were shocked when they found out that he was arrested for allegedly murdering Lisa Ziegert . The next morning she was reported missing by the store's clerk who found the shop open, lights on, with Ziegert's belongings still inside, and her vehicle parked where it was the night before.
  • Theresa May 'driving from front' on Brexit after Boris Johnson row

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    Instead, he said that the separation should take the form outlined by May in January and which he argued the majority of Britons voted for in June 2016. "I think she has a point - I had a very busy weekend dealing with what could have been a awful attack on our public transport", Ms Rudd told Andrew Marr.
  • UN Security Council condemns latest North Korea missile test

    UN Security Council condemns latest North Korea missile test

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    The U.N. Security Council is condemning North Korea's "highly provocative" ballistic missile test that flew over Japan and urging Pyongyang to take immediate action to demonstrate its commitment to denuclearizing the Korean peninsula. North Korea rejected earlier offers of assistance and cooperation from Seoul . The Japanese government said the missile landed in waters about 1,240 miles east of the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido.
  • Snapchat blocks Al Jazeera in Saudi Arabia at government's request

    Snapchat blocks Al Jazeera in Saudi Arabia at government's request

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    Snapchat, which is wildly popular among Saudi youth, said Monday the company works to comply with local laws where it operates. Saudi Arabia, with its bulging youth population, is among the world's top per capita users of social media. "The fundamental question that Al Jazeera is asking is, how could a USA company which is publicly traded, and which stands for freedom of speech where access to social media is a constitutional right, deny these rights to others?" the spokesperson added.