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Casemiro's goal came at a good time for the home side, with the interval fast approaching, and released the tension around the Bernabeu when he stooped to nod home Asensio's corner. "You [the media] always think of negative things and I think positive". He told reporters: "I don't know, I didn't hear that. It is normal. For sure they are upset as they have not helped with goals, but they are happy for the victory".
  • Newcastle boss Benitez makes big admission about future of player

    Newcastle boss Benitez makes big admission about future of player

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    If you say, "You have to be more attractive", maybe we'd be conceding goals all the time and losing games. Nobody was expecting we would be in the top 10. "We have four or five midfielders", he added. But we also defend well, we have good balance and organisation. Benitez even says he would use out-of-favour defender Chancel Mbemba in emergencies rather than the the £40,000-a-week anchorman.
  • SC declares correspondence engineering degrees invalid; to impact thousands

    SC declares correspondence engineering degrees invalid; to impact thousands

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    The bench agreed with the findings of the Punjab and Haryana high court , which rejected the same. Questioning the role of the University Grants Commission (UGC) in checking the commercialisation of education, the Supreme Court on Friday restrained deemed-to-be universities from conducting distance education in any course unless all the courses were approved by the statutory authorities.
  • Flu season is here . . . are you ready?

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    They say it's early for a flu related death. DPH is urging all Delawareans 6 months or older to get a flu vaccination. The case involves a 65-year old female and brings the total number of flu cases in the state so far to seven. State officials recommend only an injectable flu vaccine this season. The nasal spray vaccine is not suggested due to concerns about the effectiveness, according to the CDC.
  • Mendelssohn wins Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf

    Mendelssohn wins Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf

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    Mike Smith was seeking to add to his record 25 Breeders' Cup victories, but just came up short in the 9-furlong contest. Moore earned his ninth Cup victory. The bay filly ran a mile on turf in 1:36.09 and paid $8 to win for trainer Chad Brown . September , a shipper from Ireland, was another length back in third place.
  • Dasuki says he can't recall his dealings with Metuh

    Dasuki says he can't recall his dealings with Metuh

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    However, at a resumed criminal trial of Metuh (first defendant) and his company, Destra Investments Ltd (second defendant) on Friday, Dasuki declined answering any question that bordered on his activity as the NSA. "But on whether I know him officially, I have to make reference to my records", Dasuki insisted. The judge said it was for Metuh's lawyer to use his professional skill to ask Dasuki relevant questions that will elicit answers favourable to the case of his client.
  • Juno Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ:JUNO) Sees Price Swing - Up by 6.59%

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    The stock increased 0.81% or $0.43 during the last trading session, reaching $53.38. The company's stock is now moving with a +ve distance from the 200 day SMA of approximately 105.53%, and has a solid year to date (YTD) performance of 217.82% which means that the stock is constantly adding to its value from the previous fiscal year end price.
  • Won't join Cong, but can discuss Dalit issues with Rahul: Jignesh Mevani

    Won't join Cong, but can discuss Dalit issues with Rahul: Jignesh Mevani

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    While Patidar reservation protest leader Hardik Patel has also vowed to bring the ruling BJP down, after days of playing hard-to-get, he announced today that he will endorse the Congress for the state elections. Past laurels of TATA Nano setting up base in Sanand, introducing the Bus Rapid Transit System (BRTS), development of Sabarmati River-front Development and the never-ending Narmada Dam completion have all but faded from public memory, or rather not being highlighted by the BJP as all of ...
  • FIFA suspend Peru striker Guerrero for failing doping test

    FIFA suspend Peru striker Guerrero for failing doping test

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    New Zealand due to a 30-day suspension. Federation Internationale de Football Association is also yet to comment, as Guerrero's agent had vehemently denied all reports thus far. Peru, which has not qualified for the World Cup since 1982, qualified for the home-and-home playoff vs. The suspension also means Guerrero will miss the semi-final of the Copa Sudamericana, South America's equivalent of the Europa League.
  • Florida woman arrested for 'drunk-driving' a horse

    Florida woman arrested for 'drunk-driving' a horse

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    Deputies responded to Combee Road near North Crystal Lake Road in Lakeland around 1:40 p.m. after a report stating a woman on a horse appeared to be confused and possibly in danger. The horse was taken by deputies to the Polk County Sheriff's Animal Control livestock facility. Bryne was given a field sobriety test and then arrested on the DUI charges The Sheriff's Office said she blew.157 and.161 during a Breathalyzer test.
  • Kidde Fire Extinguishers Recalled

    Kidde Fire Extinguishers Recalled

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    The nozzle also can detach with enough force to pose an impact hazard. The recall is for both plastic handle fire extinguishers and push-button Pindicator fire extinguishers. This comes after the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission recalled 38 million Kidde brand extinguishers. In total, there have been approximately 391 reports of failed or limited activation or nozzle detachment, including the fatality, approximately 16 injuries, including smoke inhalation and minor burns, and ...
  • Call Of Duty: WW2 Review - 7 Ups & 3 Downs

    Call Of Duty: WW2 Review - 7 Ups & 3 Downs

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    Unfortunately, there isn't much that players can do about it right now except wait for Activision to fix the issue, with the publisher acknowledging the problem via its official support channel. Call of Duty usually has a smooth launch in terms of being able to connect to the game on day one. The franchise has been growing increasingly ridiculous in recent years with various forays into sci-fi, and so Sledgehammer Games giving their new title a World War II setting is a crystal clear ...
  • So strangers are sending him an early holiday

    So strangers are sending him an early holiday

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    So they'll celebrate Christmas early this year, and Jacob wants people to celebrate with him by sending him cards, his mother, Michelle Simard told CNN. According to WCSH, Jacob loves homemade Christmas cards. "He plays this game Sim City where he builds an entire city and he can use his iTunes cards to buy gems, which helps the process move a little faster".
  • Heart stents fail to ease chest pain

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    Patients were randomised to receive either a heart stent, or to undergo a placebo procedure in which they had an angiogram procedure, but did not receive the stent. She added, "While these findings are interesting and deserve more attention, they do not mean that patients should never undergo the [stent] procedure for stable angina".
  • 'Unusually Severe' Plague Outbreak Sickens 1800 in Madagascar

    'Unusually Severe' Plague Outbreak Sickens 1800 in Madagascar

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    Plague is one of the oldest - and most feared - of all diseases. "The World Bank has joined the efforts undertaken by the country and all partners in the response to the plague". "So it wasn't recognised until later", he said, allowing the disease to "proliferate over a period of time unabated". From 2010 to 2015 there were 3,248 cases reported worldwide, including 584 deaths, according to the WHO.
  • "Don't tweet every thought": is Michelle Obama having a dig at Trump?

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    Despite stating: "I'm not talking about anybody in particular", Obama's words were widely interpreted as being a sideswipe at Donald Trump's behaviour on Twitter. "Politics matters", he said. "We raise them to be strong and sometimes we take care not to hurt men, I think we pay for that a little bit" she said.
  • Lexington firefighters giving away free smoke alarms

    Lexington firefighters giving away free smoke alarms

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    Of those fires, 96 of the homes did not have a working smoke alarm . Ionization smoke alarms are quicker to inform about flaming fires. As a service to the community, Battery Joe stores at 2207 S. "However, most manufacturers have warrantied that to work for 10 years, so you should replace the entire alarm". Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless poisonous gas that causes death.
  • Indian doctors advise restraint on prescribing acid reflux pills

    Indian doctors advise restraint on prescribing acid reflux pills

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    While the mechanism for this was unclear, it's always been considered that eliminating the infection prior to taking PPIs - which have been linked to various adverse effects - might reduce the prospects of getting cancer. The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) rates H. pylori infection as a carcinogen, and its also known to be the most obvious factor that causes stomach cancer corresponding to 78 percent of the global stomach cancer cases.
  • FDA Warns Companies To Stop Claiming Their Marijuana Products Can Cure Cancer

    FDA Warns Companies To Stop Claiming Their Marijuana Products Can Cure Cancer

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    And all four of the manufacturers - Green Roads, Natural Alchemist , That's Natural and Stanley Brothers - market their products with claims that they may prevent, reverse or cure cancer by killing or reducing tumors. This violation could put several lives at risk says the agency because these products have not been proven to be safe or effective. The FDA explains to the general public that unlike most of the other medicinal products that are FDA approved , these products have not gone ...
  • Central Intelligence Agency memos from JFK files

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    The former soldier was at that time working on the railroad and found himself in town sometime, where he was introduced to a man "that looked very much and claimed to be Hitler". The theory that Hitler fled to South America after the collapse of his Nazi regime has been adopted by many conspiracy theorists, including Argentine author Abel Basti, who reconstructed his supposed trip across the continent for his book Hitler In Exile.