• New owner of Cambodian newspaper begins by firing editor
New owner of Cambodian newspaper begins by firing editor

Sivakumar said in a press release distributed to staff on Saturday that he meant to maintain the newspaper's editorial independence. Kay Kimsong, who had worked at the The Post for 10 years, told The Associated Press that the representative of the newspaper's new owner had told him he made a big mistake by allowing the publication on the front ...

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  • Affordable Care Act's calorie count rules go into effect
Affordable Care Act's calorie count rules go into effect

In 2010, the Obama administration passed a new FDA law as part of the Affordable Care Act . An Obamacare rule that requires chain restaurants to post calorie counts went into effect Monday. A 2016 study reviewing the impact that menu labelling in restaurants had on consumers found the outcome was mixed. 'Pizza's unique ordering variation...

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  • Yemeni presidential palace hit by Saudi-led airstrikes
Yemeni presidential palace hit by Saudi-led airstrikes

Yemen's Arabic-language al-Masirah television network, citing its correspondent in the scene, reported that Saudi fighter jets launched at least two airstrikes against the building, situated in the packed district of Tahrir, killing at least six civilians, including a child, and wounded 86 others, including school children.

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  • Runny Nose? Brain Leak, Doctors Finally Determine for Woman
Runny Nose? Brain Leak, Doctors Finally Determine for Woman

She went to doctor after doctor. After living with severe headaches and a constantly runny nose for years, a woman in Nebraska has finally discovered that the cause wasn't allergies but a hole in her skull. The clear fluid, if it were to leak from a nostril or down a person's throat, can have a metallic taste, Live Science reported in 2015 ....

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  • Ebola Virus Returns: Latest Outbreak in Congo Kills 17
Ebola Virus Returns: Latest Outbreak in Congo Kills 17

The Ministry of Health of Democratic of the Congo (DRC) informed WHO that two out of five samples collected from five patients tested positive for EVD at the Institut National de Recherche Biomédicale (INRB) in Kinshasa . Without preventive measures, the virus can spread quickly between people and is fatal in up to 90 per cent of cases. Peter ...

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  • Dust storm hits Delhi, power supply disrupted in parts of Haryana
Dust storm hits Delhi, power supply disrupted in parts of Haryana

IMD issues a warning that thunderstorm accompanied with squall and hail likely into hit Himachal Pradesh and Uttrakhand on May 8. They have also put search and rescue teams on standby. The government also asked the people to keep children and animals indoors and use as less electrical appliances. Fire and other emergency services, too, ha...

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  • Hello, Childish Gambino Just Dropped The Music Video Of The Year
Hello, Childish Gambino Just Dropped The Music Video Of The Year

Sunday morning SNL released a video on their YouTube channel poking fun of the Cleveland Cavaliers , one they said was cut for time constraints. Social media has erupted over a politically-charged new music video released by rapper Donald Glover that brutally highlights America's gun violence crisis and the problems still facing Africa...

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  • West Brom beats Spurs 1-0 to keep slim survival hopes alive
West Brom beats Spurs 1-0 to keep slim survival hopes alive

But the host dug in for long periods against Spurs and its persistent set-piece threat brought reward in the 92nd minute when England midfielder Livermore scrambled home from virtually on the goal line. Bournemouth broke the deadlock eight minutes from halftime. The unlikeliest is a Stoke win over Swansea , with the Potters already relegated. Vi...

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  • Sunrisers down Delhi's Aussie duo
Sunrisers down Delhi's Aussie duo

We need to win probably four out of five. On the other side, Delhi can not afford another defeat if they want a play-off berth. After Over 5: DD - 40 runs with the loss of 1 wicket . They don't really need another bowling option but they do need some fireworks at the top of the order. The bowling attack earned kudos when they successfully pr...

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  • PM May claims success amid mixed results
PM May claims success amid mixed results

May hailed the Thursday votes as a "strong night" for the Tories while Corbyn said he was "disappointed" after his opposition party failed to take key London boroughs from the ruling Conservatives and suffered losses outside the capital.

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  • Coli Outbreak Linked to Romaine Lettuce Claims Its First Fatality
Coli Outbreak Linked to Romaine Lettuce Claims Its First Fatality

The CDC reports its investigation points to chopped romaine lettuce from the Yuma, Arizona region as the potential culprit. The CDC noted there may be a lag time of two to three weeks from the time a person becomes ill with E. More than 128,000 of those people end up hospitalized and another 3,000 die, costing the U.S. economy. The FDA not...

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  • Bank holiday weekend set to be a scorcher
Bank holiday weekend set to be a scorcher

Decades-long temperature records could tumble in the coming days as bookies slash odds in anticipation of the heatwave . Almost three million vehicle journeys are predicted for Friday evening, as Britons hit the road ahead of what forecasters believe could be the hottest early-May bank holiday Monday in nearly two decades.

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  • USA to continue pressure on Myanmar
USA to continue pressure on Myanmar

Lead prosecutor Kyaw Min Aung did not respond to a request for comment after the hearing. In reply, Aung San Suu Kyi indicated that the Myanmar government itself will do the investigation, if there is evidence of such violence. Bangladesh is a member of the ICC but Myanmar is not, so if the ICC rules that it does not have jurisdiction, the UN S...

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  • Trump hires Clinton impeachment lawyer to handle Mueller investigation
Trump hires Clinton impeachment lawyer to handle Mueller investigation

Donald Trump is the subject of a criminal investigation. Those arguing Trump "can't obstruct justice when he's acting as president" will need a new rationale to defend him. Trump and he had discussed disclosing Trump's repaying Cohen, and "he was well aware that at some point when I saw the opportunity, I was going to get this over with", Giuliani...

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  • Mystery pooper at NJ school was neighboring superintendent, police say
Mystery pooper at NJ school was neighboring superintendent, police say

Surveillance was set up to find the poopetrator (can you blame me?), and it was discovered that the guilty party was none other than Thomas Tramaglini, a Monmouth County resident-and the Kenilworth Public Schools SUPERINTENDENT. NJ.com reports that Tramaglini is due in municipal court Monday morning to answer for the pooping-related charges. Tram...

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  • Breast Cancer scandal: 270 woman died after NHS computer error denied screenings
Breast Cancer scandal: 270 woman died after NHS computer error denied screenings

PHE first picked up on the computer problem in January, noting some services didn't offer women a final screening in the three years before their 71st birthdays. The mistake was revealed by Heath Secretary Jeremy Hunt today in the House of Commons , who said it has affected 450,000 women nationwide, 309,000 of whom are still alive.

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  • CDC: Illnesses from mosquito, tick and flea bites have tripled since 2004
CDC: Illnesses from mosquito, tick and flea bites have tripled since 2004

Of the 642,602 total reported cases, more than 75 percent were caused by tick-borne diseases - most commonly, Lyme disease . West Nile virus is the most common infection spread by mosquitoes in the U.S. Only one vaccine is available against yellow fever, a mosquito-borne disease that hasn't been seen in the US but could show up again, accordin...

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  • Free smears for Kildare woman on Cervicalcheck programme
Free smears for Kildare woman on Cervicalcheck programme

Ms Phelan settled her case against a U.S. lab last week, after being wrongly informed in 2011 that she had the all clear. Leo Varadkar says there is no proof that sending the smear tests overseas for examination meant they were any less accurate than if they were examined here.

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  • Evander Kane Suspended 1 Game for Cross-Checking Pierre-Edouard Bellemare
Evander Kane Suspended 1 Game for Cross-Checking Pierre-Edouard Bellemare

And Vegas has tied the game 3-3 with six minutes left in the third period. Vegas Golden Knights defenseman Colin Miller , center, is congratulated by teammates after scoring a goal against the San Jose Sharks during the second period of Game 3 of an NHL hockey second-round playoff series in San Jose , Calif., Monday , April 30, 2018.

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  • JEE Mains 2018 exam| Results to be declared tomorrow
JEE Mains 2018 exam| Results to be declared tomorrow

Tie-breaking will be used if two or more candidate scores the same rank in JEE Main 2018 for preparing the rank list. The Computer-Based Mode (Online) was conducted on April 15 and 16, and the offline paper was conducted on April 8. From this year onwards, the IITs have made a decision to reserve seats for female candidates. IIT Kharagpur has 113...

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