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  • Israeli President wishes Sushma immediate recovery

    Israeli President wishes Sushma immediate recovery

    According to a report in the Indian Express , the phones at Delhi's All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), where Swaraj has been admitted, have been ringing with offers from strangers willing to be donors. Some close associates of Mr.Rayapati, said that "he knows Ms.Swaraj for a very long time, and he was saying that "atleast I can do this much to her under this circumstance".

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  • Blessing Cancer Center to offer free oral cancer screenings

    Blessing Cancer Center to offer free oral cancer screenings

    According to the United States Department of Health and Human Services, cigarette smoking is responsible for more than 480,000 deaths per year in the US, which equates to about 1,300 deaths each day. 5 years: Risk of cancer of the mouth, throat, esophagus, and bladder are cut in half. That is why the Great American Smokeout event is held annually across the United States on every third Thursday of November.

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  • Republican Ron Johnson holds Wisconsin Senate seat

    Republican Ron Johnson holds Wisconsin Senate seat

    In Georgia, Republican incumbent Sen. In the House, Republicans are favored to retain their majority, but it will nearly certainly shrink. John McCain saw off a challenge from Democratic Rep. "That is spineless and the exact opposite of leadership". When the polls close, Toomey added, "we will have determined the next senator and, probably, which party controls the United States Senate".

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  • Early voting in tri-county area falling sh 10:55 pm Thursday

    While turnout figures for the final day are not yet complete, more ballots have already been cast than in the last presidential election in 2012 and totals were rapidly approaching the mark set in 2008. In Davidson County, 156,227 people have voted prior to Thursday. "I want to thank the people of Houston County for coming out to vote early", said Administrator of Elections Annette Pulley.

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  • All-action Antonio Conte trying to look after his health

    Here are THREE midfielders Conte could look to bring in when the transfer window reopens in the New Year... "After two defeats, against Arsenal and Liverpool, in the future (we would say) "we never must play with 4-3-3 or 4-2-3-1" if it's only the problem for the system".

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  • Murray shoots 65 to take 2-shot lead at Sanderson Farms

    Turned out to be another good decision in a day full of them. "I'm hoping that feeling can continue the rest of the week", said Streelman, whose most recent PGA Tour win came at the 2014 Travelers Championship. Ian Poulter's comeback from injury stuttered as he missed the cut at the US PGA tournament in Mississippi. The 37-year-old Streelman, an IL native and fan of baseball's Chicago Cubs, said he was motivated by the team's 5-1 win over the Cleveland Indians on Wednesday night that ...

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  • Chinese Currency Touches Six Year's Low Against Dollar

    Chinese Currency Touches Six Year's Low Against Dollar

    Although the three indicators do not cover the same thing, and are not always consistent, in September they indicated that capital was leaving not only in greater amounts, but at an accelerated rate. Dollar has been quite range bound since mid-2008, with $1.00 equating to $6.00-$6.90 CNY. Meanwhile, Chinese yuan USDCNY, +0.1019% traded in the onshore market fell to a fresh six-year low at 6.77 to the dollar, compared with 6.76 last week.

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  • Oklahoma officers shot with AK-47; suspect's aunt, uncle found dead

    Vance, 38, is the primary suspect in the homicides of two relatives whose bodies were found in the town of Luther on Sunday. Vance is still on the loose and believed to be armed with an AK-47. Michael Dale Vance Jr . seen in an undated mug shot. Local TV station News 9 showed a video of what it said was a Facebook Live posting from the suspect as he fled after the shootings.

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  • Jim Carrey counter-sues ex-girlfriend's mother

    Jim Carrey counter-sues ex-girlfriend's mother

    It's said the first letter dates back to October 2012 , which fell only a month after the late beauty's father's death and two months into her romance with Carrey. He added that Sweetman did not have a real relationship with her daughter, and that Carrey had been nothing but loving in their on and off romance. "The evidence is irrefutable that White sought out and stole Carrey's prescription medication from his home and intentionally ingested large quantities for the sole objective of ending ...

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  • Hillary Clinton's Lead Grows In Post-Video Poll

    In the wake of Sunday night's debate , many Republicans were quick to declare Donald Trump the victor and speculate that his performance would be enough to halt his freefall in the polls. That margin is double last month's 7-point lead Clinton had over Trump in a one-on-one battle. The survey of 1,500 likely voters was conducted on October 5-6 and 9 by Rasmussen Reports.

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  • Too Hot to Handle? Ghost Pepper Leads to Torn Esophagus

    Too Hot to Handle? Ghost Pepper Leads to Torn Esophagus

    Many people have ignored the obvious agony of eating the fiery food to capture their own experiences ingesting it on camera, in what has become known as the "ghost pepper challenge". Cayenne pepper registers at around 30,000-50,000 SHU. Though doctors initially thought that the man was reacting to a gluttonous meal, the hole in the man's esophagus allowed them to conclude that it was another source.

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  • Surprise! Presidential Election Is Stressing People Out

    Surprise! Presidential Election Is Stressing People Out

    If news surrounding the election has you pulling your hair out. Almost equal percentages of respondents from both parties reported stress tied to the elections - 59 percent of Republicans and 55 percent of Democrats. First, those on social media might need to unplug or take a break from the app until the election is over. So go take a walk, get a drink with friends or play with a puppy.

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  • Heisman candidate Jackson, No. 7 Louisville eke out ACC victory

    Heisman candidate Jackson, No. 7 Louisville eke out ACC victory

    The Blue Devils were about to have the ball at their own 36-yard line, 64 yards from a winning score. A huge sack of Jackson by Joe Giles-Harris forced the Cardinals to kick a field goal that was missed, but Duke gifted Louisville a first down with two minutes to go with a roughing the kicker penalty.

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  • Around the world, girls work while boys play

    Around the world, girls work while boys play

    The report, released to mark International Day of the Girl on October 11, finds that girls between 5 and 14 years old worldwide spend 40 percent more time on unpaid household chores and collecting water and firewood compared to boys their age.

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  • Nigeria seizes $800000 in 'anti-corruption raids' on judges

    Nwankwo said the Buhari government's disregard for the law served only to undermine its war on corruption. "SERAP believes that strategies and methods to sanction suspected corrupt judges must never have an inhibiting or chilling effect on the authority, sanctity, integrity and independence of the judiciary".

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  • Senator reverses embrace of Trump, showing his risks for GOP

    Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) at the debate for her Senate seat October 3. All that'll do is piss off the Trump fans who were grudgingly supporting Ayotte in the first place. Recent polling shows a close race between Ayotte and her Democratic rival, Gov. Maggie Hassan, in a state where Trump significantly trails Democrat Hillary Clinton.

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  • Come On Gary Johnson! Get Serious

    About 16 percent of voters who attend church at least once a month support Johnson, according to the poll. The former two-term New Mexico governor made headlines recently because he did not know what " Aleppo " was. Johnson confirmed Fox was the leader he was thinking of, and Weld went on to say his favorite living world leader was German Chancellor Angela Merkel .

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  • Gary Johnson stumbles to name favorite world leader

    Mr Johnson is polling around 8 percent, well behind Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton , who are in the 40s. The full version of this story will be available to all readers after 1 month. "Taken together, Trump and Clinton have serious flaws that prevent us from offering our support to either of them", the editorial board wrote. "Anywhere.

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  • Libertarian Gary Johnson has 'an Aleppo moment' again

    About 16 percent of voters who attend church at least once a month support Johnson, according to the poll. The moment came when MSNBC host Chris Matthews transitioned to what he called a "lightning round" and asked Johnson to name his favorite foreign leader.

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  • Brain freeze? Gary Johnson can't name favorite world leader

    The latest one, when he couldn't name a foreign leader he respects during a sit-down with Chris Matthews on MSNBC last night, struck me that Johnson's memory is simply not functioning well. Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson has been getting more mainstream media attention as the general election looms. "And the wait continues, because Gary Johnson says some crazy-ass stuff".

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