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Medical Dino Melaye stretchered to court in Kogi by police
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The speaker said he had not seen any country where anybody had been arraigned in court on stretchers. " Melaye here is not charged with murder in this case; the senator who is seen every day on the floor of the Senate making laws for the country, will stand his trial".

Medical Judge Rules Iran Must Pay Billions to Families of 9/11 Victims
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That sum, around $6 billion, could grow exponentially at a later date, as the judge said the plaintiffs may apply for punitive damages as well, according to the court documents obtained by ABC News . Iranian organizations and government agencies were found guilty by an American court . Plaintiffs allege that Saudi Arabia provided material support to the 19 hijackers who crashed commercial airliners into the World Trade Center in NY and the Pentagon in Washington.

Medical California death linked to romaine lettuce E. coli outbreak
Author: 0 California death linked to romaine lettuce E. coli outbreak

Less than 10 percent of people exposed to E. coli can develop hemolytic-uremic syndrome, which causes blood vessels to break down and can lead to kidney failure . In addition, since an E. coli infection causes diarrhea , it can also cause a tear (perforation) in the colon, which allows fecal matter to leak into the body, and this could also be deadly, he said.

Medical UN Security Council delegation visiting N Rakhine
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The recent spate of violence in northern Rakhine erupted in August past year when fighters of the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) launched simultaneous attacks on government outposts, triggering a fierce counter-offensive by security forces.

Medical Deontay Wilder: Take the $71m on offer Anthony Joshua - and soon
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Eddie Hearn has told Deontay Wilder he will now make an offer for a heavyweight unification fight with Anthony Joshua after growing exhausted of social media talk about a $50million deal. A fight with Joshua would be a unification bout for the four heavyweight tiles. Miller and Joshua are both promoted by Eddie Hearn. And Hearn said after watching Miller -- as part of his second Matchroom Boxing USA show -- that the fight between he and AJ would be a possibility if the Wilder fight can ...

Medical Uninvited Guests: Pelicans Crash University Graduation Ceremony
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The crowd can be heard shouting in surprise and one man is nearly bitten as he tries to capture the bird. Security guards were quick to step in and attempt to remove the birds but after one pecked at a guards hand, they stepped back. (YouTube: Grant Dillion) The pelican waddled away from the ceremony. One of the pelicans appeared to stick around as the ceremony continued with names of graduates read.

Author: 0 Capitals comeback to stun Penguins, take 2-1 series lead

Ovechkin's initial shot smacked off the far post. The Caps then used the break to walk away with a 4-1 win, which evened the series at 1-1. Washington will approach Game 3 with confidence after registering a 7-0-0 record in its last seven road games versus teams with a home winning record greater than.600.

Author: 0 T20 2018: Bangalore beat Mumbai by 14 runs

Tonight, Royal Challengers Bangalore will take on Mumbai Indians at the Chinnaswamy stadium in Bengaluru . Southee's Black Caps team-mate Colin de Grandhomme (23 not out) earlier propelled Bangalore's total to 167-7 when he smashed countryman Mitchell McClenaghan for three sixes off the last four balls of the innings which cost Mumbai in the end.

Medical Police officer bids tearful goodbye after 30 years on the
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I have many great memories over my career, and I appreciate it. "I wish you all well, and a safe tour of duty", said Jenkins. During his final patrol shift Saturday, Jenkins delivered an emotional sign off on the radio. A USA police service has celebrated one of its officers' dedication to the force by releasing a touching video of his radio send off. Jenkins started as a corrections deputy at the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office before moving to the Sarasota Police Department .

Medical MAY DAY: Nigerian workers unsure of future -Organised labour
Author: 0 MAY DAY: Nigerian workers unsure of future -Organised labour

WorldStage Newsonline- "Any move to renegotiate the N66, 500 minimum wage at any level in Nigeria it will be resisted". Similarly, Mr Christian Ojabo urged the government to honour its promise to implement a new minimum wage by September, to boost productivity in the work place.

Medical Buhari Denies Calling Nigerian Youths Lazy
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President. Trump reportedly made offensive comments a few months ago while talking about US immigration policies, referring to these African countries as "sh*thole countries ". Trump notes that the USA provides Nigeria with more than $1 billion a year in foreign aid and wants Nigeria to take down trade barriers in return. "We did not discuss it".

Medical Tickborne Diseases Are On the Rise. Is Climate Change to Blame?
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In addition, during the study period, researchers identified seven tick-borne diseases that could infect people and that were either newly discovered or newly introduced to the US, the report said. Officials emphasize the need for state and local governments to build and sustain public health programs that test for and track vector-borne diseases, train vector control staff appropriately, and educate the public on how best to prevent bites and control the spread of germs by mosquitoes, ...

Medical Anushka CHEERS for Virat to hit another 50 in IPL 2018
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Captain Virat Kohli scored an unbeaten 68 against the Knight Riders but still saw his team lose by 6 wickets . Yesterday, a nail biting clash was witnessed between the Chennai Super Kings and the Delhi Daredevils wherein after a commendable effort by the DD batsmen, it was the CSK which stole the show and won the sixth game of this season.

Medical Boy Found Dead in Dryer While Playing Hide-and-Seek
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Upon waking up the unnamed father sought to free his trapped son, only for the boy to be declared dead as paramedics rushed the child to hospital. "At this time, it appears it could be an accident ", Houston police Detective Michael Arrington told the Houston Chronicle .

Author: 0 How Analysts Feel About Philip Morris International Inc. (NYSE:PM)?

Barton Inv Management owns 7,085 shares. (NYSE:PM). Paw Corporation, a Connecticut-based fund reported 7,000 shares. United States Steel Corporation (X ) stock was most active stock of Wall Street Market on Yesterday. Philip Morris International Inc , through its subsidiaries, manufactures and sells cigarettes , other tobacco products, and other nicotine-containing products.

Medical Prince William, Princess Kate announce name of newborn son
Author: 0 Prince William, Princess Kate announce name of newborn son

Mary's Hospital in London on the same day. Charles will be touched that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge chose to pay tribute to Lord Mountbatten, who was murdered by the IRA in 1979, by naming their son Prince Louis. For a boy, the leading bets were for Albert, Arthur, Alexander, James and Philip. Mountbatten was the uncle of Prince Philip, 96, great-grandfather of the new prince.

Medical Adopting five healthy habits can help increase life expectancy
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Chan School of Public Health . About 610,000 people die of heart disease in the USA each year, which is about one in every four deaths, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention . The findings should encourage and motivate people to adopt a healthier lifestyle, said Dr. Douglas Vaughan, chairman of the department of medicine in Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine, who was not involved in the study.