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In Japan, he will meet with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and United States service members. "I have not requested a meeting, but we'll see what happens", Pence said. "With respect to the vice president's trip to the Olympics and whether or not there would be an opportunity for any kind of a meeting with North Korea, I think we'll just see", Mr.
  • Boko Haram Has Been Completely Defeated - Nigerian Army

    Boko Haram Has Been Completely Defeated - Nigerian Army

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    Borno State governor, Kashim Shettima , has lauded the efforts of the federal government in combating the activities of Boko Haram insurgency in the northeast. Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose has responded to an announcement by the Nigerian armed force that Boko Haram has been vanquished. "The military is taking care of us", she said.
  • Donovan Mitchell will replace Aaron Gordon in the Dunk Contest

    Donovan Mitchell will replace Aaron Gordon in the Dunk Contest

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    Then moments later, as he wrapped up his interview, ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski broke the story of Mitchell being expected to replace Gordon. Donovan Mitchell is going to very busy during NBA All-Star Weekend. Although Nance will string together an impressive collection of dunks, Gordon's creativity will put him over the Lakers forward in the eyes of the judges.
  • Girl Scout Cookie Program promotes female entrepreneurship

    Girl Scout Cookie Program promotes female entrepreneurship

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    The cookie-selling program helps the Badgerland Council provide educational adventures for the girls. And while booth sales don't start for another week, Girl Scouts San Diego detailed that individual members could sell from wagons with parent/guardian supervision.
  • Delhi: Sharpshooter from UP's Kasganj arrested in Okhla Mandi encounter

    Delhi: Sharpshooter from UP's Kasganj arrested in Okhla Mandi encounter

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    The accomplice managed to escape amid the gunfight. The police had declared a reward of Rs 70,000 to those who would provide inputs on Tanwir or capture him. Tanwir was hit twice, but the bulletproof vest he was wearing saved him. An exchange of fire took place between the cops and Tanwir this morning. In this violence 22-year-old, Chandan Gupta was shot dead.
  • British American Tobacco (LON:BATS) Stock Rating Reaffirmed by DZ Bank

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    Checchi Capital Advisers LLC's holdings in British American Tobacco were worth $1,072,000 as of its most recent filing with the SEC. British American Tobacco now has $140.59 billion valuation. Standpoint Research maintained the stock with "Hold" rating in Sunday, August 9 report. RBC Capital Markets maintained Main Street Capital Corporation (NYSE:MAIN) on Thursday, August 11 with "Outperform" rating.
  • 'LTCG tax to keep financialisation of corporate savings in check'

    'LTCG tax to keep financialisation of corporate savings in check'

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    He said that companies and individuals have reported long-term capital gains worth Rs3.67 trillion for the 2016-17 assessment year. Companies from the farm sector saw their shares gain ground after the Centre proposed raising institutional credit for agriculture to ₹ 11 lakh crore for 2018-19 apart from a higher minimum support price for crops.
  • Bangladesh within 13 runs of Sri Lanka on final day

    Bangladesh within 13 runs of Sri Lanka on final day

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    The Tigers then batted out the final day to be 307/5 as Mominul Haque became the first player from his country to register two centuries in the same Test. Resuming on 81-3, still trailing by 119 runs after Sri Lanka had amassed 713-9 declared in their first innings, Mominul and Das put on 180 for the fourth wicket to frustrate the touring team.
  • Pakistan marks World Cancer Day

    Pakistan marks World Cancer Day

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    The World Cancer Day is cerebrated on the Feb.4, every year. On this day, campaigns and initiatives are launched to enlist support for those affected by cancer. "The campaign outlined actions that communities and individuals could take to save lives, achieve greater equity in cancer care and make fighting cancer a priority at the highest political level", he said.
  • Two glasses of wine can clear the mind

    Two glasses of wine can clear the mind

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    Dr Maiken Nedergaard, of New York's Centre for Translational Neuromedicine, said: "We have shown for the first time that low doses of alcohol are potentially beneficial to brain health". The mice were given received low, intermediate, and high doses of alcohol at 0.5, 1.5 and 4g/kg. Mice that were exposed to high levels of alcohol over a long period of time lost some of their motor skills and cognitive abilities and their brains were highly inflamed.
  • Delhi photographer Ankit Saxena's shocking murder causes alarm

    Delhi photographer Ankit Saxena's shocking murder causes alarm

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    Ankit, a photographer, was in relationship with a Muslim girl, Shehzadi, when he was on his way to meet her. "Her minor brother has been sent to juvenile home", a senior police officer said. Police registered a murder case at Khyala Police station and has begun interrogating the accused. The 23-year-old deceased's family explained that Ankit was returning home from work at the time, but had chose to go back to his studio after receiving a call from the girl's father.
  • We paid for our lack of discipline, says France captain Guirado

    We paid for our lack of discipline, says France captain Guirado

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    In a recent study, the world's most attended sports competition wasn't the NFL, the FIFA World Cup, La Liga, or the Premier League. "It's really exciting. "It's going to be a completely different Monday now". "Doubts do creep into your head and you're trying to stay positive throughout all that". We'll look at Italy and the games after that.
  • "Time For Congress To Go,": PM Modi

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    The Prime Minister, however, made no mention of the Mahadayi water sharing issue with neighbouring Goa, which compelled the farmer groups in North Karnataka to call multiple bandhs last month. "In this budget, government has made a significant decision so that correct price of crops are given to farmers". He said such violence is unsafe for any democracy.
  • Polar Plunge in Virginia Beach raises $1.185 million for Special Olympics Virginia

    Polar Plunge in Virginia Beach raises $1.185 million for Special Olympics Virginia

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    Becker said the Sheriff's Department has raised more money for the cause every year for the last six years. In 2017, 321 jumpers raised more than $78,000, while nearly 700 jumpers raised more than $120,000 in 2014. They are just so exciting that they just got s silver or bronze or a ribbon. The Watertown Leos, a youth Lions Club ages 12 to 18, traveled an hour from Watertown to St.
  • Why is porn ok but grid girls aren't?

    Why is porn ok but grid girls aren't?

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    She said she hoped F1 could "attract more females into the many roles available to them in the industry". The decision by F1 bosses to axe the grid girls, one of the sport's long-standing pre-race traditions, is expected to bring similar pressure onto organisers of boxing and motorcycling who routinely use attractive women in event promotions.
  • This flu season's hospitalizations are highest in almost a decade

    This flu season's hospitalizations are highest in almost a decade

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    According to Dr. Schuchat, this past week brought yet another increase in influenza-like illness (ILI) activity, a spike in hospitalizations, and, most distressingly, 16 new reports of pediatric influenza deaths. 9 thousand in just the last week, . and 65 flu related fatalities. Someone who gets flu, after receiving the flu shot, is less likely to suffer severe symptoms.
  • SC woman posts video of hair dryer turning into a 'blowtorch'

    SC woman posts video of hair dryer turning into a 'blowtorch'

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    I cannot freakin' believe this", Erika Augthun Shoolbred can be heard saying in a video she posted to Facebook. Imagine this: You step out of the shower and go to turn on your new Amazon hair dryer. She said she had to run the dryer "under the sink" to finally extinguish the flames. Amazon has since refunded her money and pulled the item from its website.
  • United Nations accuses North Korea of violating sanctions

    United Nations accuses North Korea of violating sanctions

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    The 213-page report - seen by multiple news agencies - said North Korea used false paperwork to hide the origin of the coal it shipped to other countries, including Russia, China, South Korea, Malaysia and Vietnam. Syria denied co-operation with North Korea on their chemical weapons programmes, saying that the only experts it was hosting from the country were involved in sports.
  • Hawaii missile gaffe worker: 'I was 100% sure it was real'

    Hawaii missile gaffe worker: 'I was 100% sure it was real'

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    The supervisor posed as a military official and played a message that warned workers of a fake threat that included the phrase "exercise", three times, as well as the "this is not a drill", language that would be used during a real alert. The notice informing residents the first warning was a false alarm wasn't sent for 38 minutes - reportedly because Hawaii Governor David Ige couldn't remember his Twitter password .