• Trump criticizes London's mayor after terror attack
Trump criticizes London's mayor after terror attack

She was able to speak to her family back home in Queensland, who said the terrorists spotted Ms Hedge hiding and came back to stab her . "While we have made significant progress in recent years, there is, to be frank, far too much tolerance of extremism in our country", May said during her address, declaring "enough is enough".

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  • AstraZeneca's Lynparza slows spread of inherited breast cancer
AstraZeneca's Lynparza slows spread of inherited breast cancer

Median time to disease worsening was seven months with Lynparza versus 4.2 months for chemotherapy , a statistically significant 42 percent reduction in progression risk. Triple-negative breast cancers, which don't carry receptors for HER2 or the hormones estrogen or progesterone, are considered hard to treat because they don't respond to the ne...

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  • Trump Has Made the 2020 Election a Referendum on Climate Change
Trump Has Made the 2020 Election a Referendum on Climate Change

While Trump said the United States would be willing to rejoin the accord if it could obtain more favorable terms, the three European leaders said the agreement cannot be renegotiated, "since it is a vital instrument for our planet, societies and economics".

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  • Beijing can help tame North Korea, says US
Beijing can help tame North Korea, says US

In past, the policy of U.S. was to slow down the missile tests carried out by the North Korean state; the Pyongyang would be capable of hitting the American state after the formation of the nuclear-tripped missile. "Secretary Mattis thanked Singapore for its support, which has helped to enable the United States presence in the Asia-Pacific region...

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  • 'Wonder Woman' posts historic opening at box office
'Wonder Woman' posts historic opening at box office

According to studio estimates Sunday, the well-reviewed " Wonder Woman " surpassed industry expectations with one of the summer's biggest debuts. It proved a hit with moviegoers, earning an A CinemaScore and drew a fairly split audience. Running away with $23.5 million this weekend is " Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie ". "Underpants", ...

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  • Real Madrid celebrates 12th European Cup with fans in Spain
Real Madrid celebrates 12th European Cup with fans in Spain

Madrid will begin next season with two hard matches against Barcelona in the Spanish Super Cup. With victory over Juventus in the Champions League final on Saturday, Real Madrid won its record 12th title, and third in four years, to firmly establish itself as the dominant force in European soccer after years of supremacy by Spanish rival Ba...

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  • Brian Molefe heads to court against Eskom
Brian Molefe heads to court against Eskom

Eskom's former chief executive officer (CEO) Brian Molefe has challenged the decision to have his appointment rescinded. He resigned shortly after former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela released her State of Capture report showing he had close links to the controversial Gupta family.

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  • Texas opens Long Beach Regional with 3-2 win over UCLA
Texas opens Long Beach Regional with 3-2 win over UCLA

PT on Saturday. The only thing the Bruins didn't get was a win. Canning notched 7.2 innings and let up three runs (two earned), six hits, two walks, and six strikeouts. With the score tied 3-3 in the bottom of the ninth inning, pinch-hitter Alex Muzzi hit a line drive to left field with the winning run on second base.

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  • Officer wounded in London Bridge attack armed only with baton
Officer wounded in London Bridge attack armed only with baton

Yesterday evening, three attackers used a van to ram pedestrians on London Bridge, and proceeded to drive to Borough Market, where they attacked civilians with knives. The secretary general of the Muslim Council of Britain, Harun Khan, also condemned the attack. K., we will be there - WE ARE WITH YOU. It was the third attack in Britain this yea...

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  • India reports three cases of Zika virus
India reports three cases of Zika virus

One sample from a 22-year-old pregnant female in her 37th week of pregnancy has been tested positive for Zika virus disease. The second case of Zika virus came months later in November of 2016 after a woman gave birth to a healthy baby.

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  • Indian army transfer racket: CBI arrests Lt Colonel, middlemen at Army headquarter
Indian army transfer racket: CBI arrests Lt Colonel, middlemen at Army headquarter

The CBI is also trying to find out whether the accused had done similar crime in the past and who the beneficiaries were. After arresting a Delhi-based Lt Colonel and a businessman in a "cash for transfer" fraud, police conducted searches at other army officers houses in Delhi, Bangalore, and Hyderabad on Saturday and seized 10 lakh in cash...

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  • Speaking up about cancer side effects may boost survival, study finds
Speaking up about cancer side effects may boost survival, study finds

Of the 15,000 diagnosed when the disease is confined to the pelvic area, most could expect to live as long as they would if they were cancer-free. Prof James added: "Abiraterone is already used to treat some men whose disease has spread but our results show many more could benefit".

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  • Texas A&M tops Iowa 3-2, reaches final in Houston Regional
Texas A&M tops Iowa 3-2, reaches final in Houston Regional

Freshman Braden Shewmake hit a two-run homer, Nick Choruby had four hits with two RBIs and Texas A&M beat Baylor 8-5 in the opener of the Houston Regional on Friday. Blake Kopetsky followed with a single before Bedford belted a three-run homer to left. Gallagher (8-1) allowed one base hit before Texas A&M clean-up hitter Hunter Coleman reached on...

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  • Post attack, Afghanistan cancels friendly matches with Pakistan
Post attack, Afghanistan cancels friendly matches with Pakistan

No group immediately claimed responsibility for the attack. "We wish those injured a quick recovery". The UN Security Council condemned them as "heinous and cowardly", and urged all countries to cooperate with the Afghan government in identifying and bringing the perpetrators to justice.

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  • Pentagon chief turns up heat on North Korea and China
Pentagon chief turns up heat on North Korea and China

The measures adopted on Friday could have been agreed by the council's North Korea sanctions committee behind closed doors, but Washington convinced China to back a public vote on the blacklist, amplifying the council's unhappiness with Pyongyang's defiance of a United Nations ban on ballistic missile launches.

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  • Wonder Woman Is Everything You've Been Waiting For - See These Celebrity Reactions
Wonder Woman Is Everything You've Been Waiting For - See These Celebrity Reactions

If this woman were running for any office at all, she would have my vote, writes Kurt Loder. To say that Time Warner's ( TWX ) Warner Bros. division has had a mixed start with its DC Extended Universe would be kind. The credit for the success of the film has fallen squarely at the feet of director Patty Jenkins , in a rare case of Hollywood ...

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  • Fitbit Inc (FIT) Formed Multiple Bottom; Sellers Are Thriving
Fitbit Inc (FIT) Formed Multiple Bottom; Sellers Are Thriving

The rating was maintained by Stifel Nicolaus with "Hold" on Friday, May 5. Piper Jaffray Companies reaffirmed an "underweight" rating and set a $5.00 target price (down previously from $8.00) on shares of Fitbit in a report on Tuesday, January 31st.

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  • Mother Flees Home After 1-Year-Old Child Suffers Drug Overdose
Mother Flees Home After 1-Year-Old Child Suffers Drug Overdose

Police are still trying to locate the children's mother. Paramedics arrived at their home in Akron, Ohio , and gave the child a dose of naloxone , a drug that reverses the effects of an opioid overdose. Police said both of the children will be turned over of Summit County Children's Services. Earlier this week OH was named the best state at mo...

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  • Pakistani, Indian troops trade fire in Kashmir, wounding 2
Pakistani, Indian troops trade fire in Kashmir, wounding 2

Col. Rajesh Kalia, an army spokesman, said the insurgents fired indiscriminately at an army convoy on a key highway, wounding four other soldiers in the southern Qazigund area in the Indian portion of Kashmir. India denied that any of its soldiers had been killed or wounded in any cross-border attack. Kashmir is split between India and Pakistan...

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  • Police responding to three separate incidents in London
Police responding to three separate incidents in London

And latter an incident was reported in the Vauxhall area. As of 2.37am, at least 20 patients have been transported to six London hospitals so far. He said that the federal courts must allow him to exercise his executive powers relating to vetting immigrants from terrorist hotbeds. A White House spokesman said that President Donald Trump h...

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