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Salute Myanmar police kill 8 protesters in Rakhine State
Author: 0 Myanmar police kill 8 protesters in Rakhine State

Myanmar has agreed to accept 1,500 rohingya every week, adding that it aims to return all of them to Myanmar within two years. Myanmar said on Thursday that it has asked Bangladesh to arrest and extradite more than 1,300 Rohingyas suspected of taking part in a rebel assault against government checkpoints in Rakhine state in August a year ago.

Salute CDC: Flu Outbreak Now Considered Epidemic, Season Hits Peak
Author: 0 CDC: Flu Outbreak Now Considered Epidemic, Season Hits Peak

A total of 7.0 percent of the deaths occurring during the week ending December 23 2017 were due to pneumonia and influenza, based on National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) mortality surveillance data available on January 11 2018. "Though there is a strain of the H3N2 virus in the flu vaccine, a lot of the viruses that are all around have mutated too much for it to be quite as effective as it has been in the past", Nickelson said.

Author: 0 Traders Buy Shares of Philip Morris International (PM) on Weakness

Shares of Philip Morris International (PM) traded up $0.84 during midday trading on Tuesday, reaching $105.65. About 3.29M shares traded. Philip Morris International Inc . Investors sentiment increased to 0.97 in 2017 Q3. Its down 0.10, from 1.46 in 2017Q2. A number of other institutional investors have also recently added to or reduced their stakes in PM.

Salute Supreme Court To Examine Whether Speaker's Decision Can Be Scrutinised
Author: 0 Supreme Court To Examine Whether Speaker's Decision Can Be Scrutinised

This record will enable the State to profile citizens, track their movements, assess their habits and silently influence their behaviour. There were also other questions asked by the judges to the counsel, with Justices AK Sikri and DY Chandrachud wanting to know how the biometrics for Aadhaar was different from the biometrics for getting a U.S.

Salute Everyone keeps eating laundry pods - here's why
Author: 0 Everyone keeps eating laundry pods - here's why

If you have seen a bunch of videos featuring people trying to put Tide Pods in their mouth, or posts chastising those who do, then you've probably already been subjected to the stupidity of the latest internet fad. Tide recently warned people against eating the pods, tweeting a video that featured American football player Rob Gronkowski telling the kids to "say no" to pods.

Salute Warning to parents as measles outbreak hits West Yorkshire
Author: 0 Warning to parents as measles outbreak hits West Yorkshire

Less than one in 1,000 measles cases result in more serious issues involving the nervous system, such as inflammation of the brain, a quarter of those can result in brain damage. This means the number of cases in the United Kingdom across a period of at least three years was low enough to prevent the disease spreading among the general population.

Salute United Kingdom seasonal flu levels continue to rise
Author: 0 United Kingdom seasonal flu levels continue to rise

This season got off to an early start and cases surged over the holidays. Indeed, Brenda Fitzgerald CDC Director adds, "We are now in the midst of a very active flu season with much of the nation experiencing widespread and intense activity".

Author: 0 Donald Trump aces mental aptitude test designed by an immigrant to Canada

Trump also reportedly said the US should admit more people from countries such as Norway. Meanwhile, Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., who was also in the meeting, declined to confirm to a SC newspaper whether Trump used the vulgar expression, even though Graham reportedly told Sen.

Salute Momentum boss Jon Lansman finally gets to sit on Labour's top table
Author: 0 Momentum boss Jon Lansman finally gets to sit on Labour's top table

The party leader reiterated his call for MPs to have a "meaningful vote" on the final Brexit deal. We have set down our lines on that which are about democratic accountability. Here we go again. Conservative deputy chairman James Cleverly said the two Labour politicians had "failed to rule out a second referendum". "This amendment is a significant step in the fight against Brexit, demonstrating the increased willingness of parties to work together formally rather than just behind the ...

Author: 0 Perdue's shifting story on Trump expletive faces more scrutiny

Sen. Dick Durbin of IL, the only Democrat at Thursday's meeting, said Trump had indeed said what he was reported to have said. Trump has not clarified to aides what he said, but told reporters Sunday night in Florida that comments attributed to him "weren't made".

Salute Magic's Afflalo throws massive haymaker at Timberwolves' Bjelica
Author: 0 Magic's Afflalo throws massive haymaker at Timberwolves' Bjelica

The most recent example came during Tuesday night's matchup between the Minnesota Timberwolves and Orlando Magic . Midway through the second quarter, Afflalo and Orlando's second unit was taking on Minnesota's partial second unit. WHOA! Bjelica and Afflalo fight! "I don't want to feel like victim here". Afflalo did not give any statement about the incident immediately after the game.

Salute Dayton eyes $1.5B in public construction
Author: 0 Dayton eyes $1.5B in public construction

The Democratic governor released his so-called bonding bill Tuesday. If Dayton's proposal is approved by the Legislature, Brainerd's Readiness Center would get $4.13 million in state funds. The state's latest budget forecast, which projected a $188 million deficit in the current two-year budget, assumed bonding authorization this year of $800 million.

Salute Senior minister defends government decision not to bail out Carillion
Author: 0 Senior minister defends government decision not to bail out Carillion

Carillion's work stretched from the HS2 rail project and military contracts to maintaining hospitals, schools, and prisons. After that, they could be terminated unless the firm's private sector clients agree to keep paying for the services, and cover any additional costs run up by the liquidator.

Salute CJI met four senior-most judges of SC
Author: 0 CJI met four senior-most judges of SC

On the first working day after the unprecedented presser on Friday, speculations were rife in the apex court corridors as to how the four judges and the CJI would move forward in resolving the crisis and take up respective judicial work. The central government to their credit have stayed out of this matter completely and only the Attorney General KK Venugopal has been authorised to speak to the media regarding this issue.

Salute Stifling an explosive sneeze could be harmful to your well being
Author: 0 Stifling an explosive sneeze could be harmful to your well being

The man spent seven days in the hospital. A new report in the BMJ Case Reports medical journal highlighted the case of a 34-year-old man who held his sneeze in and was injured. "Halting a sneeze via blocking nostrils and mouth is a risky manoeuvre and should be avoided, as it may lead to numerous complications", Wanding Yang, Raghuwinder Sahota and Sudip Das said on Monday in the British Medical Journal Case Reports, a research publication.

Salute FG Summons US Ambassador Over Trump's Controversial Comment
Author: 0 FG Summons US Ambassador Over Trump's Controversial Comment

Nigeria is far from being the first country to demonstarate its protest about the U.S. president's racially-charged comments. The minister on Monday summoned the United States ambassador to clarify issues regarding the alleged "shithole" remark made by Trump.

Salute Coventry to welcome Prince William and Kate on royal visit
Author: 0 Coventry to welcome Prince William and Kate on royal visit

Hinting the couple's third child could be a girl with the bright pink hue, the duchess appeared in good health and high spirits as she began her day visiting the ruins of Coventry Cathedral, which was destroyed by Second World War bombing. The publication explained that the boy had been waiting for three hours to see the royal couple in the cold winter weather. Kate spoke to Kim Gardener, 44, who now runs Betel's women's houses.

Salute State officials say flu season will get worse
Author: 0 State officials say flu season will get worse

In Montana, 425 new cases were reported during the first week of 2018 according to the Montana Department of Health and Human Services. Children under the age of one, adults age 65 and older and people suffering from certain medial conditions are at a higher risk of serious complications associated with the flu.

Salute More than five inches of snow possible for Greater Danbury area
Author: 0 More than five inches of snow possible for Greater Danbury area

Forecasters say parts of the Deep South were in the path of a weather system that's expected to bring more snow, followed by bitterly cold temperatures. Tuesday through 10 a.m. Wednesday for Banks, Jackson, Barrow, Walton, Newton, Butts, Upson, Lamar, Monroe, Talbot, Taylor, Crawford, Muscogee, Chattahoochee, Marion, Schley, Stewart and Webster counties.

Salute Texas 6-year-old woman hallucinates after taking frequent flu medication
Author: 0 Texas 6-year-old woman hallucinates after taking frequent flu medication

The girl's parents took her to the hospital, where a doctor informed them that nervous system problems, including psychosis, can be a very rare side effect of Tamiflu. The FDA encourages consumers to report any side effects from the medication. They wrote in a report that "based on the information available to us, we cannot conclude that there is a causal relationship between Tamiflu and the reported pediatric deaths".

Salute Cardinals' Chandler Jones, Budda Baker named to PFWA All-NFL team
Author: 0 Cardinals' Chandler Jones, Budda Baker named to PFWA All-NFL team

Elflein was named to the 2017 All-Rookie Team by the Professional Football Writers of America , the PFWA announced Tuesday . He finished the regular season with 53 tackles (44 solo), five interceptions, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and 18 passes defensed, which tied for the most by a rookie in 2017 in 13 games (all starts).