• North Korea earned $200mn from banned exports, arms-sale
North Korea earned $200mn from banned exports, arms-sale

The report , which was submitted to the UN Security Council said the North "continued to export nearly all the commodities prohibited in the resolutions. The panel revealed that between 2012 and 2017, there had been over 40 North Korean shipments to companies acting for the research centre overseeing Syria's chemical weapons programme .

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  • Charges filed against man who sold Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock ammunition
Charges filed against man who sold Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock ammunition

It says Haig didn't have a license to manufacture armour-piercing ammunition. A criminal complaint says Douglas Haig's fingerprints were found on unfired armor-piercing bullets inside the hotel room where Stephen Paddock launched the attack October 1.

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  • Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah urges PM to resolve Mahadayi river row
Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah urges PM to resolve Mahadayi river row

Welcoming the PM, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah tweeted that Karnataka was the "No.1 state in investments, innovation and progressive policies". Meanwhile, a Twitter war erupted between Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and BJP state chief BS Yeddyurappa over the former's comment on the development in the state veiled as an invitation to the Prime Min...

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  • Amazon Patents Tracking Wristbands That Spy on Warehouse Workers
Amazon Patents Tracking Wristbands That Spy on Warehouse Workers

It is noted that workers in various warehouse and distribution functions already carry devices that monitor their locations - but would the wristband trackers be too invasive to implement? This week, Amazon was awarded two patents for wristbands that can track a warehouse worker's hands and monitor their performance.

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  • Eli Manning 'excited' to get back to work as Giants' starter
Eli Manning 'excited' to get back to work as Giants' starter

Darnold, UCLA's Josh Rosen, Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield, and Wyoming's Josh Allen are among the top quarterback prospects in the draft, but if the Giants are looking for a first-round quarterback, they might not get their choice of the field.

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  • Melting ice puts hungry polar bears at risk
Melting ice puts hungry polar bears at risk

Geological Survey and other institutions weighed and monitored the blood of track nine female polar bears near the Beaufort Sea last April. Collars attached to the bears documented the animals' location and activity levels over a period of eight to 10 days, while metabolic tracers tracked how much energy the bears expended.

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  • Onazi backs home Eagles to win CHAN title
Onazi backs home Eagles to win CHAN title

Both teams have an extra motivation in form of a $1.25million winner's prize. The first goal of the match came in the 73 minute when El Kaabi, left unmarked, directed a glancing header into the net following Zakaria Hadraf's cross. "The coach should make sure that he uses the right tactics and formation to make the victory possible". However, t...

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  • Plucky nurse's flu video goes viral
Plucky nurse's flu video goes viral

Oh, and she also has a message for everyone yelling at her about the long wait in the emergency room these days: "If you ain't dying now, you're going to have to wait a little bit longer", she says. Five flus walk in, 15 flus walk out! In the interview, she concedes her tone could come across as sarcastic or condescending but says she didn't mean...

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  • It's Not Too Late - Vaccinate
It's Not Too Late - Vaccinate

The H3N2 strain causing the most illnesses is proving hard to fight through vaccines, with a Canadian study released last month finding that the vaccine reporting its less than 20 percent effective against the strain. "Some offices are running out and won't order more because the flu peak is usually over by now". "If this current trend ...

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  • New Cancer Vaccine Eliminates Tumors in Mice and Prevents Coming Back
New Cancer Vaccine Eliminates Tumors in Mice and Prevents Coming Back

According to the team, the shot could work for many different types of cancer . "I don't think there's a limit to the type of tumor we could potentially treat, as long as it has been infiltrated by the immune system", one of the Stanford researchers, Dr.

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  • California courtroom swipes at Tinder for age discrimination
California courtroom swipes at Tinder for age discrimination

A lower court had dismissed the lawsuit but the appeals court said Tinder was breaking the law . Users of Tinder's app "swipe left" on their phones to decline a match as unattractive, and swipe right to signal attraction. It's about optimising for the number of people we can bring in. The statement suggested that "some older consumers will be "m...

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  • Canada moves to make its national anthem gender-neutral
Canada moves to make its national anthem gender-neutral

According to the CBC , "Since 1980, when O Canada officially became the country's anthem , 12 bills have been introduced in the House to strip the gendered reference to 'sons , ' which some have argued is discriminatory". The line "True patriot love in all thy sons command " has been adjusted to " True patriot love in all of us command ". ...

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  • Obasanjo, Duke, Oyinlola storm Abeokuta to inaugurate Coalition for Nigeria Movement
Obasanjo, Duke, Oyinlola storm Abeokuta to inaugurate Coalition for Nigeria Movement

Oyinlola was also the former Secretary of the People's Democratic Party (PDP), before defecting to the All Progressives Congress (APC). He said the registration was a follow up on his letter to President Muhammadu Buhari where he spoke extensively on the state of the nation.

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  • Help Raise Awareness For Cardiovascular Disease On National Wear Red Day
Help Raise Awareness For Cardiovascular Disease On National Wear Red Day

Volunteers with the organization say their ultimate goal is to let people know about the silent killer. Get Your Numbers: Ask your doctor to check your blood pressure, cholesterol and glucose. More information about heart disease will be available in all Sussex County libraries during the month of February. Macy's is hosting an exclusive eve...

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  • South Africa vs India 2018: Predicted playing XI for first ODI
South Africa vs India 2018: Predicted playing XI for first ODI

Questions were constantly raised over odd team selections, including Ajinkya Rahane , one of India's best batsmen in pacey conditions, being left out for the first two tests of the series. That was likely true but India still failed to win a big series away from home. Despite the brute nature of the wicket, where nearly every second ball threat...

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  • Eight-month-old baby girl raped in northwest Delhi, cousin arrested
Eight-month-old baby girl raped in northwest Delhi, cousin arrested

The girl was rushed to hospital on Sunday after her parents returned home from work to their home in Delhi to find her bed covered in blood. "A case has been registered against Suraj under the provisions of POSCO", said a senior Delhi Poice official in an interview to Zee News .

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  • First Super Blue Blood Moon since 1982
First Super Blue Blood Moon since 1982

The exact moment of the full moon for us will be 6:37 a.m. Wednesday morning - so make sure to get up a little early for work! Skygazers were in for a rare celestial treat on Wednesday, Jan. The lunar eclipse will be visible around 6:30 a.m. Wednesday. "Around the time it happens, the moon is below our horizon", said Flanagan. It will be most ...

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  • Congressional Delegates Critical Of State Of The Union Speech
Congressional Delegates Critical Of State Of The Union Speech

Communication sophomore Rachel Fimbianti said she appreciated that Trump tried to stay bipartisan as he embraced the "American spirit" toward the end of the address . India, which has felt for a while it has been in the crosshairs of the Trump administration on account of a combined trade surplus in goods and services of an estimated $30 bil...

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  • BBC Music's The Biggest Weekend 2018: Tickets, lineup and locations
BBC Music's The Biggest Weekend 2018: Tickets, lineup and locations

The enormous weekend-long event brings together different strands of the Beeb's music output, spread across four cities. 'We will be celebrating the diversity of music from four different corners of the country, bringing the best United Kingdom music to the world and the best global music to the UK.

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  • Couple finds worms in their feet after a beach vacation
Couple finds worms in their feet after a beach vacation

On Jan. 19, Zytner noticed his feet had begun to swell. Two doctors were stumped by what was causing the swelling, but Zytner said a third doctor recognized the condition, as he had recently seen a similar case from a tourist who traveled to Thailand Zytner said that his feet are progressively getting better each day, and the couple's next step...

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