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  • Adele visits London firefighter in wake of apartment tower disaster

    Adele visits London firefighter in wake of apartment tower disaster

    However, they did say: "Four of our blocks do have cladding (Oldmead House, Bartlett House, Mersea House and Colne House), but this is not the same type as the cladding used on Grenfell Tower". Residents evacuated from Grenfell Tower are set to move into a £2bn luxury complex in the heart of Kensington, the Standard revealed. Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service will work with landlords across Greater Manchester to ensure the right advice is in place.

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  • Amateur Scheffler plays with poise at US Open

    Amateur Scheffler plays with poise at US Open

    All four finished Friday's second round at 7-under-par 137 playing a course that prevented the world's three top-ranked players from moving on. Johnson needed to post a round of 70 to survive the 1-over cut - the lowest in US Open history by two shots - but could only manage a 73 and he finished on 4-over.

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  • Trump lawyer defends his use of social media

    Rosenstein. "Witch Hunt." Some Democrats have equated Comey's firing and what they see as veiled threats about firing Mueller as obstruction of justice from Trump . "There's a limitation on Twitter , as we all know", Mr. Sekulow said on CNN . Meanwhile, despite growing concerns that the president may fire Robert Mueller , the special counsel running the Russian Federation probe, Sen.

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  • Real Madrid boss Perez tackles Ronaldo problem

    Real Madrid boss Perez tackles Ronaldo problem

    Perez said he could understood why the four-times world player of the year had been upset after he was accused last week of evading €14.7 million (S$22.7 million) in tax through offshore companies. "[I have] complete confidence [that he is innocent] - he has always wanted to fulfil his fiscal commitments", Perez told Onda Cero radio. Mourinho left Real Madrid in 2013 to manage English club Chelsea for a second spell before signing with United in 2016.

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  • There's Lead in 20 Percent of Store-Bought Baby Food, Study Finds

    There's Lead in 20 Percent of Store-Bought Baby Food, Study Finds

    The FDA has monitored levels of lead in foods for decades through the Total Diet Study (TDS), the Agency's ongoing market basket survey in which about 280 core foods (TDS foods) in the USA food supply are collected, prepared as for consumption, and analyzed to determine levels of various contaminants and nutrients in those foods.

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  • Trump criticizes Republican healthcare reform

    Trump criticizes Republican healthcare reform

    Mr Trump had called the House bill a "great plan" when it passed by four votes but it was heavily criticised and was unlikely to get through the Senate . Disagreements between conservatives and moderates have slowed progress on the bill. Unfortunately, the American public may not have those opportunities with the Senate's AHCA bill.

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  • Unseeded Jelena Ostapenko crowned champion

    It's just the way I play. Even more remarkably, she is the first player, man or woman, to win their first title in a Grand Slam event since Gustavo Kuerten won the men's crown here, a feat he achieved on the day Ostapenko was born. Sharapova (if she gets through qualifying), Azarenka and Petra Kvitova will be at Wimbledon, while others will rebound from poor showings in Paris .

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  • Mosquitoes Carrying West Nile Virus Found In Oklahoma County

    Mosquitoes Carrying West Nile Virus Found In Oklahoma County

    While less than 1% of people infected with the virus will develop serious neurological illness , such severe disease can result in long-term health issues or even death. Miller adds that 16 mosquito traps will be put out across the region next week. These dunks can be easily purchased from any hardware store. Mosquito control workers, lab workers, health care workers, travel industry workers, business travelers, and outdoor workers are occupations potentially exposed to the virus, he said.

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  • Moderate drinking can harm brain, study says

    Moderate drinking can harm brain, study says

    It means those who drink more than the recommended 14 units a week could be damaging their memory. All that being said, Dr Doug Brown, director of research and development at the Alzheimer's Society concludes that you shouldn't abstain from alcohol but have it within the recommended guidelines.

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  • Philadelphia police seek youths who filmed themselves sucker-punching mentally-challenged man

    Philadelphia police seek youths who filmed themselves sucker-punching mentally-challenged man

    A video of the incident , posted on Facebook, is highly disturbing and hard to watch, showing a smiling, apparently distracted man suddenly slugged as bystanders watch and laugh. "It's a senseless act of violence", Philadelphia Police Captain Malachi Jones said . Three of the boys were arrested at school Tuesday and released into the custody of their parents.

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  • Is white bread ok for some people?

    Is white bread ok for some people?

    They selected 20 healthy participants who were regular bread eaters - getting about 10 percent of their calories from the bread, a globally typical figure. Some people responded well to one bread, while others didn't due to their gut bacteria . But the authors pointed out that one issue that the study did not address was that many people eat less high fibre bread, such as wholewheat sourdough.

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  • Opioid crisis batters Georgia as suspicious Percocet kills two

    Opioid crisis batters Georgia as suspicious Percocet kills two

    First responders say patients were unconscious or unresponsive and had difficulty breathing or stopped breathing, and many of them required ventilators. "What is uncommon is to see so many (overdoses) come in in such a short time frame", said Dr. Christopher Hendry, chief medical officer of Navicent Health, one of the hospitals receiving the overdose victims.

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  • Bear breaks into home and plays the piano

    Bear breaks into home and plays the piano

    But her surveillance cameras captured the intruder, which had four paws. In the video, the bear creeps into the family's home and then briefly appears to be playing the piano. The bear can be seen grabbing some peanut butter and frozen berries for a snack before heading over to the piano. The video struck a viral chord this week on the internet.

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  • 3 cases of Zika Virus detect in India

    3 cases of Zika Virus detect in India

    A federal health ministry official said states were following standard protocols and there was "nothing to worry" about. The woman had delivered a normal baby. Responding to the issue, an official said: "While two cases were picked up in January for testing and the third in February, only one confirmed case had been detected while replying to the Parliament".

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  • Joe Biden Urges Cornell Graduates to Stop 'Living in Your Screens'

    Joe Biden Urges Cornell Graduates to Stop 'Living in Your Screens'

    Biden will give the senior convocation address at noon on Saturday. "I thought we had passed the days when it was acceptable for political leaders ... But he had some reassurances for the graduates: "your reaction, you graduates in particular, is understandable", Biden said. "The American people will not sustain this attitude for long, I promise you", he said.

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  • Klopp proud as Liverpool return to Champions League

    Klopp proud as Liverpool return to Champions League

    The numbers don't lie. Importantly, these aren't wasted, wayward efforts - more shots found their way to the target than any other team managed this year, and has meant that Spurs finish the season with more goals than any other Premier League side.

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