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Trump first criticizes, then applauds Boston protesters'

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On the event's Facebook page , organizers insisted that their movement for free speech was "in no way affiliated with the Charlottesville rally ". Officials estimated turnout of about 40,000 demonstrators. Compared to the " Free Speech Rally " - which garnered roughly 50 attendees, according to The Boston Globe - the counterprotests rapidly overtook the city. Read More »

North Korea gives US a clear choice: Restraint or missile launches

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Moon's remarks on Thursday, in addition to addressing the red line question, also discussed potential uses of USA military force against North Korea . Moon also insisted that "any military action to be taken on the Korean Peninsula requires South Korea's consent unless it is taken outside the peninsula". Read More »

North Korea Threatens 'Merciless Strike' Against US

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State media reported that leader Kim Jong Un would assess the US' next move before giving launch orders. At the same time, Japan conducted air manoeuvres with us bombers southwest of the Korean peninsula Wednesday vouching for peace in the Indo-pacific. Read More »

Toilet Ek Prem Katha enters Rupees 100 crore club

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It has released worldwide on Wednesday, August 11th. Toilet has got a lot of applause for its out-of-the-box theme and treatment. Akshay's record is only second to Salman Khan, who has 11 such movies to name, stated Tarde Analyst Taran Adarsh. Read More »

Heather Heyer's Father Offers Heartbreaking Tribute: "She Wanted Equality"

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Bro told Good Morning America's Robin Roberts that her 32-year-old daughter, who worked as a paralegal, was not part of an organized group like Black Lives Matter or Antifa. "I think that is what the Lord would want us to do - is just love one another". Heyer was killed last weekend while protesting a white nationalist rally comprised of white supremacists, KKK members, and neo-nazis in Charlottesville . Read More »

Unemployment held at 4.3% in July, matching national rate

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The national unemployment rate was 4.3 percent in July, down 0.1 percentage point from 4.4 percent in June. Kings County had an unemployment rate of 8.9 percent in July, down from 9.1 percent in June and below 9.4 percent a year ago. Overall, employers lost about 7,900 jobs in the past month. The largest private sector job gains have come in trade, transportation, and utilities; leisure and hospitality , and education and health services , while manufacturing was the only sector to ... Read More »

Swine flu: 10 more lives lost, toll 230

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He sought details of medicines, oxygen cylinders, ventilators and other facilities. During his visit to a hospital in Vadodara, Rupani said he has requested the Centre to send a team of medical experts to the state to suggest steps to prevent the spread of the disease. Read More »

Sri Lanka's World Cup Berth at Stake Against Indian Team

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Sri Lanka failed to challenge the world's top-ranked Test side during the three-match series and the gulf in quality between the two sides was clearly visible. The selectors have discarded Yuvraj Singh and Suresh Raina and confirmed that Kannur Lokesh Rahul will now occupy the No 4 slot. Along with MS Dhoni , both the openers of the team - Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma were also trying out some of the shots at the nets. Read More »

Trump says CEOs who quit panels after Charlottesville aren't taking jobs seriously

Krazanich and Plank refrained from citing Trump's blasé attitude regarding racially-motivated violence, but said the contentious climate in Washington needlessly politicizes all discourse. Taking a stand on issues of racial injustice is nothing new to Merck CEO Kenneth Frazier . Members of Trump's own party have called on the president to condemn Saturday's killing of a woman who had been protesting white supremacists as an act of domestic terrorism. Read More »

Supreme Court directs Karti Chidambaram to appear before CBI on 23 August

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A bench of Chief Justice of India J S Khehar and justice D Y Chandrachud gave Karti permission to take with him his advocate, who will be sitting in a room adjoining the one where the questioning will take place. The CBI said that it only wanted to ensure that Karti did not go out without participating in the probe and it did not want to arrest or detain him, the bench said. Read More »

United Nations chief: Saudi coalition attacks killed children in Yemen

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United Nations aid chief Stephen O'Brien slammed Yemen's government and a Saudi-led military coalition for "unilaterally denying or excessively delaying entry to vessels carrying essential cargo" to the port. The report, which officials say is likely to be published next month, is issued in Guterres' name but was drafted by his special envoy for children and armed conflict , Virginia Gamba. Read More »

Sunny Leone's Sultry Item Number Trippy Trippy In Sanjay Dutt's Bhoomi

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Sung in a nasheeli voice by Neha Kakkar, Benny Dayal, the song has a rap by Badshah, and full points to Sachin Jigar for this valiant attempt. She is not looking only sultry but absolutely magnificent. "It's a peppy track which youngsters will enjoy", Sunny said in a statement to PTI. "I can see a lot of them copying the moves". "I'm glad the song has been shot really well and Sunny has done a fantastic job". Read More »

Around 400 Manx students await A level results

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Overall, 92% of grades were from A* - C with 72% being from A* - B. Students have met confirmed offers for ambitious degree courses at university, such as Physics and Astronomy at Surrey, (whose Professor is the world-renowned Jameel Al-Khalili OBE), Biology at Leeds, Biochemistry at Birmingham, Art Foundation at Loughborough, Zoology at Leeds, History at York, Politics and International Relations at Bath and Economics at Royal Holloway. Read More »

More People Get Hurt Grooming Their Pubes Than You Ever Imagined

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Benjamin Breyer, a urologist at the University of California, San Francisco and co-author of the study said what surprised them was the frequency with which people turned up with "injuries relating to grooming". In the latest study, researchers conducted an online survey reaching a nationally representative sample of 5,674 individuals. Common injury types include lacerations, burns, rashes and infection. Read More »

Delhi: Five-star hotel fires woman after she complained of molestation by boss

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The colleague who helped her with the footage was sacked too. In the video, the woman could be seen protecting herself and having a conversation with the security manager. "Boss told me to sit, and when I didn't sit, he pulled me towards him and tried to take off my sari". As per PTI, the woman has also alleged that the man had been pressurising her into having physical relations with him and she was resisting his advances. Read More »

E-cigarettes could help you quit smoking

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The findings come as more and more research suggests that e-cigarettes are an important tool in helping smokers to quit successfully. The study covered a short period of time, and so can't say what happened to the students' smoking and vaping habits, and whether or not they became regular smokers. Read More »

Why would adults jump off a building: Delhi High Court

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Concerned over reports of children and "even adults" committing suicide while allegedly playing the Blue Whale challenge , the Delhi High Court asked the Centre on Thursday if it has issued any prohibition order on downloading the game. The Blue Whale Challenge is reportedly a suicide game in which the player is given certain tasks to complete for a period of 50 days and the final task leads to committing suicide. Read More »

Trump promotes unfounded story about mass killing of terrorists

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According to Trump , Pershing dipped the bullets used to execute Muslim terrorists in pig blood. "We haven't yet found any references to this alleged incident in Pershing biographies, however, nor does it match the way Pershing is generally recorded as having dealt with the Moros in 1911", the site concluded, the site concluded in a report from October 31, 2001. Read More »

Is Being 'Fat but Fit' Possible?

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After a follow-up period of more than 12 years, 7,637 of the people in the study had developed heart disease . In fact, the United Kingdom researchers report that irrespective of metabolic health, people who are overweight or obese have a 26% and 28% higher risk of coronary heart disease, respectively, compared with lean people. Read More »

Australian treatment for peanut allergies effective for up to 4 years

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Food allergies affect one in 20 children and two adults out of 100, with the most prevalent being the reactions to seafood, cow's milk, eggs, and peanuts. Volunteers were given increasingly higher doses of these substances for a year and a half before treatment was finished. The treatment is called "probiotic and peanut oral immunotherapy", or PPOIT. Read More »

'Mother' of all whales dies at SeaWorld in San Diego

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Kasatka was the company's second death of a killer whale in a month at one of its marine parks. Veterinarians at its San Diego park made the hard decision to euthanize her after her health started to decline in recent days despite treatment, which included a custom-built inhaler that allowed the medicine to go directly to her lungs. Read More »

Mosquitoes infected with West Nile virus discovered in North Stonington

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Wear shoes, socks, long trousers, and a long-sleeved shirt when outdoors for long periods of time, or when mosquitoes are more active. No human or horse cases have been reported with WNV-associated illnesses acquired in CT this season. Wear long, light-colored clothing when outdoors for long periods of time, or when mosquitoes are more active. · Consider the use of mosquito repellent, according to directions, when it is necessary to be outdoors. Read More »