• United Nations needs $200 million to cater for displaced Rohingya in Bangladesh

    United Nations needs $200 million to cater for displaced Rohingya in Bangladesh

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    The latest violence in Myanmar has sent an estimated 429,000 Rohingya refugees fleeing to Bangladesh in less than a month. Rohingya refugees have blamed the army and ethnic Rakhine Buddhist mobs for killings and arson attacks . Mr Grandi was speaking while touring refugee camps at Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh . He added that Myanmar was ready to accept them, therefore he saw no objection to Rohingyas deportation .
  • IPOB not a terrorist organisation to us

    IPOB not a terrorist organisation to us

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    Responding, Fani-Kayode, who has remained unequivocal in his condemnation of the proscription of IPOB and its terrorist tag, took to his Twitter account to mock the Buhari-led Federal Government and Nigerians who supported the action the government took against IPOB.
  • DU professor faces ire over obscene Facebook post on Hindu goddess Durga

    DU professor faces ire over obscene Facebook post on Hindu goddess Durga

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    Noteworthy that the teachers body, National Democratic Teacher's Front which lodged the complaint at the Lodhi Colony police station, is backed by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). . The post was um Saturday and was later deleted. The police said Mandal was booked late last night under sections 153A and 295A of the Indian Penal Code.
  • East Texas Walk to End Alzheimer's raises thousands for research

    East Texas Walk to End Alzheimer's raises thousands for research

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    Anchor Alan Krashesky met with the crowd live before the opening ceremonies. "My family and I are walking for my mother-in-law who is fighting this disease", Rhett McCullough says. The goal for this year's event fundraiser is $28,750 dollars and people are encouraged to contact the 24/7 helpline at 800-272-3900 if they are in need of support.
  • Jets acting owner Christopher Johnson stands with players

    Jets acting owner Christopher Johnson stands with players

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    The 9:30 a.m. Eastern time Jaguars rout of Baltimore While words from athletes and National Football League owners, including filled media reports, the main curiosity surrounded Sunday's actions during the Star-Spangled Banner. Several Dolphins players also wore shirts with "I'm with Kap" on the front in solidarity with Colin Kaepernick. All of the kneeling players rose for the British national anthem.
  • Travelers warned about meth-laced soda in Mexico

    Travelers warned about meth-laced soda in Mexico

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    Dr. Daniel Brooks at Banner Health said that anyone traveling to Mexico should be careful when consuming food and drinks to prevent untoward incidents. In addition, the company clarified that it does not market, sell or distribute the brand in other countries, as PepsiCo owns and licenses the soda trademark globally.
  • A Robot in China Just Performed Dental Surgery All By Itself

    A Robot in China Just Performed Dental Surgery All By Itself

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    The technology was created to overcome mainland China's shortage of qualified dentists and frequent surgical errors. According to Hong Kong newspaper The South China Morning Post , a dental patient has undergone a very unique operation. Afterwards, the staff determined that the robot had implanted the teeth with high precision. An epidemiological survey has found there were about 400 million patients needing new teeth in China, but the number of qualified dentists was lagging behind demand.
  • Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. (NASDAQ:WBA) Sees Significantly Higher Trading Volume

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    Pacific Global Mgmt Co reported 163,550 shares. LLC now owns 5,902 shares of the pharmacy operator's stock worth $490,000 after purchasing an additional 1,353 shares during the period. The business also recently disclosed a quarterly dividend, which was paid on Tuesday, September 12th. Gamco Investors Et Al stated it has 19,500 shares or 0.01% of all its holdings.
  • Chance Warmack seems headed for Philadelphia Eagles' lineup on Sunday

    Chance Warmack seems headed for Philadelphia Eagles' lineup on Sunday

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    But in this case, I'll go with the rule of thumb I normally reserve for the Eagles after they've endured a woeful stretch. We've discussed the noteable injuries for Sunday's home opener for the Philadelphia Eagles ad nauseam. The same goes for his talks with his football coach father. "What did you ask?" Yo, Doug, you're the coach. But how you get back from those defeats and not playing well, that's what people will remember.
  • North Korean leader Kim calls Trump a 'dotard'

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    The president expanded sanctions this week, seeking to force global banks to cease all significant interaction with North Korea . In an attempt to divide the USA and its allies, a common North Korean tactics, Ri said that North Korea will take action against the US if attacked, but will not target those countries which do not fight alongside the U.S.
  • Health Department starting flu shot clinics October 2

    Health Department starting flu shot clinics October 2

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    The Jefferson County Health Department announced its vaccine clinics on Friday afternoon. The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) encourages annual vaccinations of all people 6 months of age or older against influenza. Veterans who want a vaccination simply need to present a Veterans Health Identification Card and a photo ID at any participating Walgreens to receive the vaccination.
  • West Ham Clash: Pochettino banks on dinner effect

    West Ham Clash: Pochettino banks on dinner effect

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    Slaven Bilic's men are getting over their poor start and have beaten Spurs in their last two home clashes. Pochettino, meanwhile, is working with perhaps his best team yet at Tottenham . Harry Kane is also expected to return to the eleven after sitting out the midweek cup tie against Barnsley. However, Bilic said Carroll needed to prove he could stay healthy if he wanted a long-term future at West Ham .
  • King Salman orders additional $15 million for Rohingyas

    King Salman orders additional $15 million for Rohingyas

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    Saudi Arabia announced on Tuesday to donate 15 million USA dollars for the Rohingya refugees fleeing from Myanmar, Saudi Press Agency reported. Earlier on September 20, Saudi King Salman Bin Abdul Aziz also allocated $15 million for the refugees.
  • Rohit Bal, popular fashion designer arrested after alleged fight with neighbour

    Rohit Bal, popular fashion designer arrested after alleged fight with neighbour

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    The police said they received a PCR call at 3.22am about an altercation over parking space in C- Block following which Bal was arrested along with his cook and driver. According to media reports, police allegedly found Rohit Bal allegedly in an inebriated state. The complainant also claimed that the four men, under the influence of alcohol, threatened him and created a ruckus.
  • Superbug's spread to Vietnam threatens malaria control

    Superbug's spread to Vietnam threatens malaria control

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    The strain emerged a few years ago in Cambodia, and has since spread to Thailand and Laos. "The fear is that it spreads further, to India and Africa", warned Dondorp. It is caused by a parasite that is spread by blood-sucking mosquitoes and is a major killer of children, the BBC reported. The first choice treatment of malaria involves a combination of two powerful anti-malarial drugs, artemisinin and piperaquine .
  • Google Doodle celebrates 100th birthday of Asima Chatterjee

    Google Doodle celebrates 100th birthday of Asima Chatterjee

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    Dr Chatterjee is famous in the medicinal world. The time when women it was nearly unheard of for a woman to study chemistry. She did her research in the medicinal properties of plants native to India . Chatterjee's achievements led to her receiving various prestigious accolades, such as the Padma Bhushan - one of the highest civilian awards bestowed by the Indian government.
  • Migrant death toll off Turkey rises to 15

    Migrant death toll off Turkey rises to 15

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    The area lies about 130 kilometres east of Istanbul. It is reported Turkish Anadolu Agency referring to the Turkish coast guard. Earlier this month, Romania's coast guard rescued a group of 157 Iraqi and Iranian migrants, 56 of them children, from a boat drifting on the Black Sea.