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  • Odd for Chelsea to get another red card against Arsenal - Conte

    Odd for Chelsea to get another red card against Arsenal - Conte

    Chelsea made a very bold move before their match with Arsenal on Sunday, by posting a short video clip of Marcos Alonso's goal in the game between the sides last season. "It was about mentality and a response from our last away game", said Wenger. "For sure it's odd". Referee Michael Oliver did not take time to think about it, and decided straight away it was a risky tackle and thus brandished the Brazil defender with a straight red card.

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  • Saluting Aguero's brilliance; Guardiola has one complaint

    When it comes to Premier League bogey teams, Manchester City appear to be one for Watford , with Portuguese boss Marco Silva hoping his side can overturn those bad fortunes this weekend. The Hornets have looked very hard to beat under Marco Silva this season, and this could be a potential banana-peel for Pep Guardiola's side. While City went on a rampage Burnley were once again the bane of the big clubs.

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  • World's Oldest Panda Dies at 37 Years of Age

    World's Oldest Panda Dies at 37 Years of Age

    After reaching the equivalent of more than a hundred human years, Basi passed away peacefully at her home in Fuzhou on Wednesday. Only last month she received an entry in Guinness World Records as the planet's oldest living captive panda.

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  • 16th Anniversary of 9/11: Schedule of Events

    16th Anniversary of 9/11: Schedule of Events

    They also rang out to mark other significant timings during that destructive day in 2001, including the moment the south tower collapsed in NY. Another jet crashed into the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. GettyThe al-Qaeda terrorists who carried out the attacks. Moments of silence were held for the nearly 3,000 people killed when hijackers crashed planes into the World Trade Centre, the Pentagon and a field in Pennsylvania.

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  • Myanmar Rejects Ceasefire by Rohingya Insurgents

    Myanmar Rejects Ceasefire by Rohingya Insurgents

    The United Nations refugee agency has reported that 270,000 people have fled to neighboring Bangladesh in the last three weeks. He also mentioned that Bangladesh has already been hosting some 400,000 Rohingya for the last three decades and the total number of Myanmar nationals living in Bangladesh has now crossed 700,000.

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  • Kylie Jenner's reason for having her lips plumped is truly heart

    Kylie Jenner's reason for having her lips plumped is truly heart

    Jenner denied (or avoided) admitting to any form of enhancers or lip injections, and instead introduced the world to the concept of over-lining her lips, i.e. "This experience really made me appreciate my family and our health". "I was 15 and I was insecure about my lips. It's like I'm going back to that moment a year ago and I just don't want be in that space".

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  • Hillary Clinton recalls 'painful' election loss: I drank 'my share of Chardonnay'

    Clinton elaborated on areas where she thought she could have improved her campaign, singling out her inability to connect with many individuals still recovering from the economic recession, and saying her "most important" mistake was using a private email server while serving as secretary of state, which she said was "presented in such a negative way" that her campaign couldn't recover.

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  • Alabama passes first test in win over FSU

    But what did the players think of the game? Florida State quarterback Deondre Francois suffered a season-ending injury to his left knee in the fourth quarter of the Seminoles game against Alabama. Alabama (1-0) limited the Seminoles (0-1) to just 65 total yards in the second half, including just 16 rushing yards on 14 second-half carries and kept Florida State on its own side of the field for almost all of final 30 minutes of action.

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  • Yawning Is Contagious And You Can't Control It, Study Finds

    Yawning Is Contagious And You Can't Control It, Study Finds

    Even if we aren't exhausted, why do we yawn if someone else does? They observed that the excitability of a part of the brain, the motor cortex, was related to the sensitivity of the yawn, which is contagious. When the researchers applied electrical currents to the motor cortex in their experiments, the urge to yawn among the participants increased. Professor Stephen Jackson , who led the study, said the findings could be "particularly important" in helping scientists understand conditions ...

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  • Super Eagles of Nigeria have humbled Cameroon 4-0

    Super Eagles of Nigeria have humbled Cameroon 4-0

    It's only by the ending minutes of the first half that the tables turned. The threats however, ceased when Victor Moses who was the chief tormentor teamed up with Simon Moses to make it three in the 55th minute and without a shadow of a doubt put the game beyond the Lions.

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  • Cricket fans urged to take cover after arrow is fired into Oval

    Cricket fans urged to take cover after arrow is fired into Oval

    The game between Surrey and Middlesex was brought to a halt at 4.25 p.m. local time (BST) as a " projectile " landed close to where players were positioned, according to organisers. "They said there were two fired from the north east corner of the OCS stand of which one, they think, hit the roof", he said. "They were definite it was from outside the stand".

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  • Novartis' CAR-T Gene Therapy Receives FDA Approval

    Novartis' CAR-T Gene Therapy Receives FDA Approval

    Carl June pioneered the therapy at Penn. Dr. Crystal L. Mackall, associate director of Stanford University's Cancer Institute, called Kymriah "a transformative therapy". Kymriah will have a boxed warning for cytokine release syndrome, a potentially lethal systemic response to the activation and proliferation of CAR-T cells, causing high fever and potential for neurological problems.

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  • Justice Dipak Misra takes oath as CJI; Third from Odisha

    Justice Dipak Misra takes oath as CJI; Third from Odisha

    He succeeds Justice J.S. Khehar who retired on Sunday. Justice Misra took the oath in English in the name of God. He became a permanent Judge by the end of 1997. He is known for leading the Supreme Court bench on the landmark judgement confirming death penalty to the four convicts in the Nirbhaya gang-rape case.

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  • Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik greets Justice Misra on becoming CJI

    Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik greets Justice Misra on becoming CJI

    Chief Justice Misra will preside over the top court for 13 months and six days. "Congratulate Chief Justice of India Hon'ble Shri Dipak Misra on swearing in; a proud moment for Odisha". He served in the latter capacity until he was elevated to the Supreme court on October 2011. On February 14, 1977, he enrolled as an advocate. Memon was convicted in 1993 Mumbai blasts, in which 257 people were killed.

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  • English Premier League Report: Bournemouth v Manchester City 26 August 2017

    English Premier League Report: Bournemouth v Manchester City 26 August 2017

    With a goal miraculous, because countered, Raheem Sterling , already scorer of the savior in the face of Everton (1-1) on Monday at the Etihad Stadium. Sterling also netted in three of City's four pre-season games and City boss Guardiola wants to see more of that finishing ability. "City are building for the future", De Bruyne told Sky Sports ahead of Saturday's visit to Bournemouth .

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  • Mosquitoes in Warren County tested positive for West Nile

    Mosquitoes in Warren County tested positive for West Nile

    The Ohio Department of Health tested a collected sample of mosquitoes from Turtlecreek Township June 27 and the results came back positive for West Nile virus Tuesday. Most people with the virus have no clinical symptoms, but some might become ill three days to two weeks after being bitten by an infected mosquito, according to the release.

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  • Gorakhpur children deaths: DM report holds college principal, oxygen supplier responsible

    Gorakhpur children deaths: DM report holds college principal, oxygen supplier responsible

    At least 70 children have died in the state-run Baba Raghav Das Medical College in Gorakhpur . The BRD Hospital had previously maintained that of the 34 babies who died at the neo-natal intensive care unit, 12 died of encephalitis . Interestingly, when the tragedy had shocked the nation, the Health Minister had said the lack of oxygen supply was not the reason behind the death of children .

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