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Nerve stimulation restores consciousness in man after 15 years

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But Harvard Medical School neurologist Andrew Cole tells Science that other factors, such as the surgery itself or frequent visits from researchers, might also have played a role in changing the patient's state. While the story is inspirational, it is important to bear in mind the statistical significance; many more patients need to be treated with vagus nerve stimulation before it can be described as a breakthrough. Read More »

A study in contrasts at United Nations as French, US presidents speak

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Trump has vowed repeatedly to take a tougher line towards Iran, threatening at various time to renegotiate or dismantle the nuclear deal, and shoot Iranian boats out of the water if they provoke United States naval vessels. If he does not, Congress has 60 days to decide whether to reimpose sanctions. The other signatories to the deal - Britain, France, Germany, China, Russia and the European Union - have all pushed for it to continue. Read More »

Bears proud of team, and league, for national anthem reaction

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Only left tackle and Army vet Alejandro Villanueva appeared, standing at the edge of the tunnel with his hand over his heart. Last week, during a rally in Huntsville Alabama, Donald Trump called any player who protests the anthem a "son of a bitch", claiming they're dishonoring the flag. Read More »

Rohingya Refugees Wade Through Floodwaters in Bangladesh Camp

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More than 420,000 Rohingya have fled to Bangladesh since August 25, when a coordinated attack by Rohingya insurgents on Myanmar security forces triggered a counteroffensive, killing at least 400 people, mainly militants. An ARSA spokesman dismissed the accusation that the group had killed the Hindus , saying Buddhist nationalists were trying to divide Hindus and Muslims. Read More »

A robot dentist just completed its first solo procedure

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The hour-long procedure , supervised by surgeons from the Fourth Military Medical Institute took place in Xi'an, central China, and used a robot jointly developed by the hospital and the robotics department at Beijing's Beihang University. Read More »

Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh moves Punjab & Haryana HC against rape conviction

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Gurdas claimed that he and his cousin were guarding the cave on the particular day when this happened. "However, he was silenced by Gurmeet Ram Rahim's goons", India Today quoted one of the drivers as saying. "Ram Rahim always kept a big box of arms along, his men used to put in whichever auto Ram Rahim travelled in". "Ram Rahim made us play a game like "Bigg Boss" in his cave". Read More »

Delhi HC acquits 'Peepli Live' co-director Mahmood Farooqui of rape charge

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Seeking stringent punishment for Farooqui, the complainant's counsel, Vrinda Grover , had said, "The foreigner was here for research work but was raped by a person she knew, who was her friend and whom she had trusted". The High Court further questioned whether the accused understood that there was no consent. Following the woman's complaint, the police lodged an FIR against Farooqui on June 19, 2015 . Read More »

World's heaviest woman Eman Ahmed dies at 36

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In Mumbai, she as admitted to the Saifee Hospital. Eman Abdul Atti, once known as the world's heaviest woman passed away on Monday due to complications from heart disease and kidney dysfunction. Eman, had arrived in Mumbai earlier this year when she weighed around 500 kgs after Dr Muffazal Lakdawala urged External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj to help Eman procure visa for her medical treatment. Read More »

Ghana thrash Nigeria 4-1 in WAFU Cup final

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Coach Salisu is however confident that his side will beat the Black Stars of Ghana to lift the trophy at the Cape Coast Sports stadium tonight. "Ghana lost 0-2 to Nigeria in the Group stage and will have to strategize well to overcome the Nigerians on Sunday". Read More »

Hurricane Maria could cause unsafe currents along USA coast

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The East Coast is bracing for a possible direct hit from Hurricane Maria , days after the storm caused widespread devastation in the Caribbean. Rain rolled into Central Florida Saturday from Hurricane Maria's trek up the Atlantic, along with increasingly unsafe surf and rip currents. Read More »

Fears of NUCLEAR EXPLOSION as North Korea hit by huge earthquake

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Russian Federation and China again urged adoption of their freeze-for-freeze proposal that would halt North Korean nuclear and missile tests in exchange for the USA and South Korea stopping their joint military exercises. Though the confiscation of passports and restriction of movement of North Korean workers overseas have led them to be depicted as "slave labor" in the mainstream media, there is nonetheless competition among North Koreans for these jobs. Read More »

ICC anti-corruption unit launches probe in Sri Lanka

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The probe comes after former player and selector Pramodya Wickramasinghe allegedly said Sri Lanka were involved in "unnatural match patterns" during an global match. Sri Lanka recently suffered the embarrassment of losing all nine worldwide matches in a home campaign against India. Wickremasinghe's allegations are not the first to swirl around the Sri Lanka team. Read More »

Hurricane Maria Moves North Away from the Battered Caribbean

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While the cone of uncertainty presently interacts with the northern part of the North Carolina coast as well as the Virginia and Maryland coasts, the storm poses no direct threat to SC, though it is already producing coastal effects that are being felt throughout the area, including a high rip current risk, large waves, choppy surf and higher tides. Read More »

Toby Roland-Jones: England bowler to miss the rest of the season

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Roland-Jones has been widely tipped to be selected for the tour after impressing in his first four Tests for his country. The severity of the injury was evident as he did not bowl in the second innings. Could Steven Finn be set for a comeback? But is now unlikely to make it leaving England short of options. Other pace options include Nottinghamshire's, Jake Ball, and uncapped Somerset bowler, Craig Overton. Read More »

Danny Welbeck facing month on sidelines with groin injury

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Boss Arsene Wenger told arsenal .com on Tuesday: "Danny has a scan today". As well as having to sit out the Doncaster game, he will miss the Premier League fixtures with West Brom and Brighton, and the Europa League tie at BATE Borisov of Belarus. Read More »

Bollywood producer Karim Morani surrenders before Hyderabad Police as rape case accused

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Popular Bollywood producer Karim Morani , who was accused of raping a 25-year-old girl repeatedly in Mumbai and Hyderabad , has surrendered after his anticipatory bail was cancelled by the Hyderabad High Court. The High Court on September 5 had upheld the decision of the sessions court cancelling Morani's bail. Morani has been booked for several charges including section 417 (cheating), 376 (rape), 506 (criminal intimidation), 493 (cohabitation caused by a man deceitfully ... Read More »

Google honours Indian chemist Asima Chatterjee with doodle on birth centenary

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She gave special emphasis on drugs that could cure epilepsy and malaria. According to Google, "Dr. Chatterjee primarily studied the medicinal properties of plants native to India ". However, her most esteemed work came in the field of vinca alkaloids, which are used today in chemotherapy because they help slow down cancer cells from being multiplying. Read More »

All it takes is 30 minutes of exercise

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Benefits could be gained from any type of regular physical activity - housework, gardening, walking to work or having an active job, as well as sport and gym visits. Being highly active (750 minutes a week) is associated with an even greater reduction, and the authors found that this was more achievable for those who built physical activity into their day through active transport, job type, or housework. Read More »

Scientists create new 3-part antibody that attacks 99% of HIV strains

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These antibodies are termed " broadly neutralizing antibodies " (bnAbs). As reported by Dan Barouch, a virologist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, "Extensively killing antibodies are effective in light of the fact that they can tie to various strains of HIV (SN: 8/19/17, p.7)". Read More »

Report of Girl Trapped Under School Rubble False, Navy Apologizes

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They are all moments that you wouldn't wish on anyone". "We're seeing a repetition in many cases, the same as 1985 - the damage, the authorities slow to respond and not prepared". The name began trending on Twitter as her fate became a national concern, yet it was soon questioned because there was no student with that name enrolled at the school. Read More »

UN To Help Iraq Build War Crimes Cases Against IS Extremists

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Iraqi Security Forces started an offensive on ISIS-held city of Hawija in Kirkuk province, which has been under jihadists' control since 2014. On Wednesday, coalition spokesman Col Ryan Dillon tweeted that the Iraqi air force had dropped three million leaflets over Hawija "urging [IS] surrender and providing safety instructions for civilians". Read More »

Woman And Her Stepmom Beat Driver Unconscious!

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I just wanted the light to change. The witness also said that Scarduzio hit Bailey multiple times while she was on the ground. Eventually, a man is seen coming to the rescue. And, then she hit me again. Bailey was left with a broken nose, concussion and bruises from the assault. Alicia Nicole Scarduzio, 20, and Kelly Lyn Gemberling, 49, both face charges of burglary and battery and were booked into the Land O' Lakes Detention Center Wednesday. Read More »

Hewlett Packard Enterprise To Plan About 5000 Job Cuts

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The company is targeting the end of the year as a point by which to have achieved this reduction in jobs, according to a report from Bloomberg. "The stock has underperformed the industry to which it belongs to in a year's time". and worldwide copyright & trademark laws. The legal version of this news story can be read at https://www.dispatchtribunal.com/2017/09/22/hewlett-packard-enterprise-company-hpe-lowered-to-sell-at-zacks-investment-research.html. Read More »