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  • 4.4-magnitude natural disaster rattles England, Wales

    4.4-magnitude natural disaster rattles England, Wales

    The quake, which measured 4.7 on the Richter scale, happened at 2:31pm around eight miles from Swansea in South Wales. The US Geological Survey & British Geological Survey confirmed an quake of 4.7 magnitude was recorded at 2.31pm. At first, many weren't sure if they had experienced an quake. "The whole building just rocked", said a tweet from the club in Rhondda Cynon Taff.

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  • Attacks out of proportion: Oxfam chief

    Attacks out of proportion: Oxfam chief

    Byanyima said the commission would "look into our culture and our practices" and set up a vetting system for its staff and urged all victims of abuse to come forward. Speaking to reporters with the Het Nieuwsblad newspaper, who tracked him on the Belgian coast, Van Hauwermeiren said there were "lots of lies and exaggerations " in media reports.

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  • BMW's redesigned X4 adds new engines, more power for 2019

    BMW's redesigned X4 adds new engines, more power for 2019

    But, as these pictures show, the X4's genes are obvious from the front, with the grille, bumper and LED headlights identical to the X3's. An all-new version of BMW's coupe-shared X4 crossover has been unveiled ahead of its public debut at the Geneva Motor Show , which runs from 8 to 18 March.

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  • Liverpool's predicted XI for their trip to Southampton

    Liverpool's predicted XI for their trip to Southampton

    The two-goal lead was harsh on Southampton going into half time, but it nearly got worse in the opening stages of the second half when Mane's acrobatic effort was blocked and fell at the feet of Salah , although this time the prolific winger scooped his finish over the crossbar.

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  • Morocco triumph with CHAN after crushing Nigeria 4-0

    Morocco triumph with CHAN after crushing Nigeria 4-0

    Morocco also became the first champions to win five of the six matches - defeating Mauritania, Guinea, Namibia and Libya before overwhelming Nigeria . NAN reports that Nigeria was defeated 4-0 in the fifth edition of the Championship of African Nations finals played on February 4. The sides were locked at 1-1 after 90 minutes in Marrakech.

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  • Vaping May Be As Bad As Smoking For Your DNA

    Vaping May Be As Bad As Smoking For Your DNA

    The researchers say that more work is needed to see whether vaping really does increase cancer rates. The study was published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences in the U.S., just as MPs in the United Kingdom are holding an inquiry into the health effects of e-cigarettes to address gaps in research.

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  • Centre responsible for Mahadayi dispute: Kharge

    Centre responsible for Mahadayi dispute: Kharge

    Earlier in the day, a group of protestors tried to disrupt rail services by entering the Bengaluru's Sangolli Rayanna railway station but police stopped and detained them. KSRTC buses to Goa operated as usual. According to the sources, the associated management of the primary and secondary schools in Karnataka have urged the private school to keep safety and security of staff as well as students if they are opening schools during Karnataka bandh.

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  • AAP MLAs have sought time to meet President Kovind: Manish Sisodia

    AAP MLAs have sought time to meet President Kovind: Manish Sisodia

    Most unfortunate. This goes against the principles of natural justice. In response to the Election Commission's notices in March 2016, the AAP had passed a Bill amending the Delhi Members of Legislative Assembly (Removal of Disqualification) Act, 1997 to exempt the post of parliamentary secretary from the definition of the "office of profit".

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  • Bawana fire: Delhi CM orders inquiry, announces ex-gratia

    Bawana fire: Delhi CM orders inquiry, announces ex-gratia

    The fire, which started at the storage unit on the ground floor of a two-storey building, ripped through the structure, a Delhi Fire Services official said. The cause of the fire is yet to be known. My thoughts are with the families of those who lost their lives. Several casualties reported. Monitoring the situation.

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  • Millie Bobby Brown to play 'detective Holmes'

    Millie Bobby Brown to play 'detective Holmes'

    With the Sherlock Holmes property getting more attention in the recent years, I can imagine a lot of people would be curious as to what The Enola Holmes Mysteries have in store. Come to think of it, the Olsens also used their company to produce a young girl detective series in their straight-to-video series The Adventures of Mary-Kate & Ashley as well.

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  • Weather cancels blood drives, Red Cross needs help

    Weather cancels blood drives, Red Cross needs help

    More than 150 blood drives were forced to cancel because of it, causing over 5,500 blood and platelet donations to go uncollected. The Red Cross says that means thousands of possible donations were not collected. RapidPass lets donors complete the pre-donation reading and answer the health history questionnaire online, on the day of their donation, by visiting redcrossblood.org/rapidpass from the convenience of a mobile device or computer, or through the Blood Donor App .

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  • Flu Is Now 'Prevalent' In New York

    Flu Is Now 'Prevalent' In New York

    Paulina Rodriquez, infection control practitioner at Abilene Regional Medical Center, said that cases are tracking similarly to past year. Millions of people have safely received flu vaccines for decades. Rodriquez said that her own figures show the flu previous year doubled its numbers around Jan 22. "Viruses mutate, we could see different strains here than they saw during their season".

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  • Here's the Weirdest Part of Trent Franks Harassment Story

    Here's the Weirdest Part of Trent Franks Harassment Story

    Initial reports of his resignation did not give a reason why, but new details are emerging. Franks says he deeply regrets "that my discussion of this option and process in the workplace caused distress". On Thursday, Democratic Senator Al Franken announced on the Senate floor that he too would resign his Minnesota seat amid harassment claims. Franks is also a member of the House Freedom Caucus, a hard-right faction that has often clashed with Republican leaders.

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  • Missing 3-Year-Old North Carolina Girl Believed Dead; Mother's Boyfriend Arrested

    Missing 3-Year-Old North Carolina Girl Believed Dead; Mother's Boyfriend Arrested

    Arrest warrants obtained by CBS North Carolina report Kimrey obstructed justice by, "removing Mariah Woods' body from the scene of her death and did hide Mariah Woods' death and body, knowing that Mariah Woods died from unnatural causes". The girl is shy and has an orthopedic leg problem, her grandmother said, according to CBS News. Family members said Kimrey lived in the home with Mariah and her mother; photos on Facebook show the pair together with Mariah.

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  • Dem leaders scrap meeting with Trump after 'Chuck and Nancy' tweet

    Dem leaders scrap meeting with Trump after 'Chuck and Nancy' tweet

    The White House said on Wednesday that it does not expect the government to shut down next month, but has contingency plans in place if Congress fails to reach a deal on funding the government by a December 8 deadline. President Trump speaks at a meeting on November 27, 2017. Despite Schumer and Pelosi's absence, Trump seemed optimistic that the GOP's disaster of a tax reform bill will pass the Senate vote later this week.

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  • 'Group Of Death' Has Argentina, Croatia, Nigeria, Iceland In 2018

    'Group Of Death' Has Argentina, Croatia, Nigeria, Iceland In 2018

    There's more life than death in the 2018 FIFA World Cup groups. This group football pundit believes will favor Nigeria as the Super Eagles can easily knock out Iceland and contend with Brazil and England. "So, we can not surprise them like we did the last time (because) Lionel Messi will be here and Iceland is also a very good team, very strong physically - they have the best fans of the Europe".

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  • LA's pre-Thanksgiving heatwave breaks two records set in 1950

    LA's pre-Thanksgiving heatwave breaks two records set in 1950

    Temperatures "flirted with the freezing mark" on the North Shore overnight but are expected to warm up slightly across the New Orleans area to make for a sunny, autumnal Black Friday (Nov. The record high for Thanksgiving day is 87, set in 1950 and 2014. "So say we cool down to the upper 70s which it looks like is possible in the middle of next week, our average high is around 72", said WIlson.

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  • Smog-hit Delhi calls off odd-even vehicle rationing plan

    Smog-hit Delhi calls off odd-even vehicle rationing plan

    November 11 (ANI): Delhi government has got the signal from a court looking environmental issues to implement the odd-even vehicle movement scheme in the national capital to reduce pollution . The NGT, however, claims that no plea was filed by AAP for reconsideration, but said that, as the situation is getting critical, it will take up the hearing after the scheduled cases today.

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  • Fifteen Cuban Diplomats Expelled from Washington

    Fifteen Cuban Diplomats Expelled from Washington

    Despite the move the U.S.is not blaming Cuba for attacks on Americans in Havana and is maintaining diplomatic relations. On Sept. 29, the State Department ordered the departure of non-emergency personnel assigned to the U.S. Some U.S. officials have speculated that the attacks are the work of rogue Cuban operatives seeking to wreck relations with the U.S., or that of a third nation.

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  • Indian PM says shares Myanmar's concerns over Rakhine violence

    Indian PM says shares Myanmar's concerns over Rakhine violence

    He also visited Bogyoke Aung San Museum with Myanmar's State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi . The Prime Minister also said that future Indian projects would be in line with Myanmar's needs and priorities. The project is created to link Sittwe port in Myanmar, which India helped develop, with the the northeastern Indian state of Mizoram. He appreciated the role of the Indian diaspora in contributing towards to the development of wherever they have settled, adding that they also kept in touch ...

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