• Philippine President Orders Police to Rejoin Fight Against Narcotics
Philippine President Orders Police to Rejoin Fight Against Narcotics

President Rodrigo Duterte says the anti-drug agency is not equipped to handle the campaign alone. It remains unclear whether or not PDEA and PNP will be reviving the erstwhile Oplan Tokhang, which had generated a storm of controversy because of the numerous deaths associated with the police campaign against drug suspects.

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  • New Orleans Saints at Atlanta Falcons - 12/7/17 NFL Pick, Odds, and Prediction
New Orleans Saints at Atlanta Falcons - 12/7/17 NFL Pick, Odds, and Prediction

The issues started early, when rookie running back Alvin Kamara forced several missed tackles on New Orleans' first drive, eventually fighting through a big hit by Shaq Thompson to find the end zone for the game's opening score. "I used the analogy the other day: We built a billion-dollar house, and we need to throw a billion-dollar party". "I t...

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  • Recent clashes in Yemen capital killed at least 234: ICRC
Recent clashes in Yemen capital killed at least 234: ICRC

United Nations and Red Cross aid flights had landed at the airport, the United Nations in Yemen said . He said a flight for non-governmental organizations is expected Wednesday. Iran supports the rebels, known as Houthis, but denies arming them. Reportedly, clouds of smoke could be seen coming from the building amid the clashes between the Houth...

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  • Aberdeen Native Josh Heupel Gets Central Florida Job
Aberdeen Native Josh Heupel Gets Central Florida Job

The former University of Central Florida head coach couldn't say no to a seven-year, $35 million deal with the University of Nebraska, a school he once played for and attended. 12 interceptions. Under Frost's direction this season, the Knights secured one of the nation's top offenses as they led the country in scoring and finished inside the to...

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  • Champions League In Focus - Shakhtar Donetsk vs Manchester City Preview
Champions League In Focus - Shakhtar Donetsk vs Manchester City Preview

Manchester City have conceded three goals in their first five Champions League matches this season, with Italian outfit Napoli being the only team to get the better of their defence. Leipzig, which is level on points with Porto, hosts group victor Besiktas on Wednesday and will only go through if it secures more points than the Portuguese te...

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  • Ontario PD investigating disturbing video of boy throwing cat onto street
Ontario PD investigating disturbing video of boy throwing cat onto street

Ontario Police Department said that although the suspect has yet to be found, the cat, which suffered a fractured leg, was returned to its owner, The New York Post reported. "This is how serial killers grow". Police in Ontario, California stated in a press release that they received information on Saturday "regarding the abuse of a kitten by a ...

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  • Last chance to get flu shot before holiday travel
Last chance to get flu shot before holiday travel

Experts say a vaccine that is less effective can still reduce the severity of the flu. But they say it's still extremely important for people to get vaccinated, as herd immunity - when enough members of a community get vaccinated to prevent a risky outbreak - can protect vulnerable members of the community, like children, seniors and people wit...

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  • 730000 children given Dengue vaccine which could make illness more severe
730000 children given Dengue vaccine which could make illness more severe

Dr Noor Hisham said six years of studying clinical data found that Dengvaxia provides protective benefit against dengue fever in those who had prior infection, but the dengue vaccine could lead to more severe dengue symptoms for people who have not been infected.

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  • 1 dead after hit-and-run driver strikes several pedestrians in Queens
1 dead after hit-and-run driver strikes several pedestrians in Queens

Sunday outside a hookah lounge in Queens. Two men were stabbed and are hospitalized in stable condition. A New York City detective said the incident wasn't terror-related. They say it started with the driver of a sedan getting out of his auto and stabbing two people in the chest. The names and ages of the people struck were not immediately availa...

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  • Ton by ton, India continue to dominate Sri Lanka
Ton by ton, India continue to dominate Sri Lanka

With Vijay too dealing in boundaries, he reached his fifty in the final over before lunch during which India were positioned 116 for two. In the process, he also became the fourth fastest (105 innings) Indian batsman after Sunil Gavaskar (95), Virender Sehwag (98) & Sachin Tendulkar (103) to reach the 5,000 Test runs.

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  • Police make arrest in Missing child case
Police make arrest in Missing child case

Kimrey "secretly disposed of the dead child's body", the warrant said. He's being held in the Onslow County Detention Center under a $1,010,000 bond. Woods' mother first reported her missing Monday morning. The FBI said it has been sending "items of interest" to its lab in Quantico, Virginia, for priority testing in the case.

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  • Pope urges 'decisive measures' on Rohingya refugees
Pope urges 'decisive measures' on Rohingya refugees

But as in Myanmar, he refrained from using the word "Rohingya", instead referring to "refugees from Rakhine state". Rohingya are denied citizenship in Myanmar, which means they are essentially stateless. The conflict has prompted more than 625,000 Rohingya Muslims to flee to Bangladesh . Pope Francis, the spiritual leader of the world's 1.2 bill...

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  • Selena Gomez opens up about rekindling romance with Justin Bieber
Selena Gomez opens up about rekindling romance with Justin Bieber

Way back when I was on Secret Life of the American Teenager , and Selena was on Wizards of Waverly Place and only had 91 million Instagram followers. "To be honest, I think Francia should be getting this award", Gomez said through tears. "Something that I'm really proud of is that there's such a true friendship", she told the outlet.

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  • Researchers believe flu vaccine may not be as effective this year
Researchers believe flu vaccine may not be as effective this year

The most advanced universal flu vaccine candidate is only in the earliest stages of human clinical trials, and others are still being tested in animals. Some people, such as those over the age of 65, young children, pregnant women, American Indian/Alaska Natives and those with certain health conditions, are at higher risk for serious flu complica...

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  • Sorry cat lovers, dogs are by fur the smartest
Sorry cat lovers, dogs are by fur the smartest

And boffins say dogs win hands down - with roughly 530million in their cerebral cortex to cats' 250million. Researchers at Vanderbilt University in the USA state of Tennessee recently studied the brains of several meat-eating mammals , including dogs, cats, lions, raccoons and bears.

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  • US Economy Grew at a Vigorous 3.3 Percent Pace in Third Quarter
US Economy Grew at a Vigorous 3.3 Percent Pace in Third Quarter

This is up from 3.1% in the second quarter and the initial estimate of 3.0%, and ahead of consensus expectations for an upward revision to 3.2%. "Nonresidential fixed investment, state and local government spending, and private inventory investment were revised up from the prior estimate", the department said in a report, adding the general pictu...

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  • Josh Gordon Says He Made $10KA Month Selling Weed At Baylor
Josh Gordon Says He Made $10KA Month Selling Weed At Baylor

Gordon told Sports Illustrated he sold marijuana while in college at Baylor. Gordon said that as a sophomore at Baylor, he was " receiving as much as six pounds of weed-vacuum-sealed and wrapped in Mylar, sprayed with kerosene and covered in coffee beans to mask the smell, shipped through US mail-every week from a dealer back home".

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  • US Attorney in Pittsburgh Indicts 3 Chinese Hackers Suspected in Cyberattacks
US Attorney in Pittsburgh Indicts 3 Chinese Hackers Suspected in Cyberattacks

The men have been charged with exploiting software vulnerabilities and using malware to steal confidential business information as well as intentionally damage computer systems. The Journal described the indictment as part of "name-and-shame campaign to publicize alleged foreign hackers", and noted it did not accuse the Chinese government of ba...

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  • Netanyahu announces opening of new Israeli embassy in Rwanda
Netanyahu announces opening of new Israeli embassy in Rwanda

Netanyahu took off for Kenya, where he we will work to further boost Israel's ties with several African nations . Netanyahu said the aim of his one-day trip is "to deepen ties with Africa also by forging links with countries that we do not have diplomatic relations with".

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  • Man's Stomach Filled with 263 Coins, Chains, Knives, Needles
Man's Stomach Filled with 263 Coins, Chains, Knives, Needles

The objects included 10-12 shaving blades, four big needles, a chain, 263 coins , besides pieces of glasses in a surgery conducted at Sanjay Gandhi Medical College and Hospital on Friday, said a PTI report . The eating behavior is freakish but it is not the first time that doctors found similar items in a person's stomach . Relatives said he...

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