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The quake happened just after 2.30pm on Saturday. Videos on social media showed people gathered outside Swansea University, which was holding an open day, after an apparent evacuation. A spokesman for the BGS said: "It was a reasonably-sized natural disaster". On average, the United Kingdom typically experiences one similar-sized natural disaster every 2-8 years.
  • Fire Breaks Out In Delhi Plastic Factory, Atleast 10 Killed

    Fire Breaks Out In Delhi Plastic Factory, Atleast 10 Killed

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    According to a Delhi fire department officials, the fire started from a firecracker factory which has a rubber factory atop it on the second storey. Earlier, the police had said that Jain was running the unit in partnership with one Lalit Goel. "The fire had broken out from the basement of the factory and eventually spread to the ground floor and the upper floors", he was quoted by Indian Express.
  • Fit-again Sharapova focusing on positives despite Australian Open exit

    Fit-again Sharapova focusing on positives despite Australian Open exit

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    Maria Sharapova , the 2008 Australian Open victor, hurried through the first set on Rod Laver Arena in 23 minutes before beating No. 14-seeded Anastasija Sevastova 6-1, 7-6 (4). Their encounter equalled the Open's record for most games played in a women's match - and also saw some impromptu courtside surgery when the American lost a toenail.
  • Congress must fund Children's Health Insurance Program

    Congress must fund Children's Health Insurance Program

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    You may recall the news from a few days ago that extending the Children's Health Insurance Program would cost only $0.8 billion, which should make it very easy to pass. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) tweeted Wednesday. Orrin Hatch, who heads the Senate's Finance Committee, CBO Director Keith Hall said that a five-year extension of CHIP would cost the government $800 million over a 10-year period.
  • British Northern Ireland secretary James Brokenshire resigns

    British Northern Ireland secretary James Brokenshire resigns

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    A crucial post that needed filling was the role of First Secretary of State following the recent departure of Damian Green, a close ally of May who was forced to resign just before Christmas following a breach parliamentary code. Ireland's Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney acknowledged Mr Brokenshire's "unfailing dedication" and his "determination" to secure political progress in Northern Ireland.
  • American Red Cross: Critical Need for Donors

    American Red Cross: Critical Need for Donors

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    Blood donations typically slow down over the holidays because high schools and colleges are off throughout most of those months and don't schedule blood drives at those times. The agency also needs type O negative blood, which is a universal blood type that anyone can receive. Any healthy person 17 or older (or 16 with parental consent) may be eligible to donate, although there are height and weight restrictions for people 16 to 18 years old.
  • Experts saying this years flu vaccine is 10% effective

    Experts saying this years flu vaccine is 10% effective

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    Hetal Thakore, Medical Director, Doctors Hospital. Paulina Rodriquez, infection control practitioner at Abilene Regional Medical Center, said that cases are tracking similarly to previous year. "The vaccine is more important than ever", he said. The man died last week at a local hospital, officials said. "Even in seasons when the vaccine is not a great match to the circulating flu strains, a flu shot is still the best protection an individual can get to protect not only against ...
  • Arizona Rep. Trent Franks expected to resign

    Arizona Rep. Trent Franks expected to resign

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    On Thursday, the House Ethics Committee said it would create a special subcommittee to investigate Franks for conduct "that constitutes sexual harassment and/or retaliation for opposing sexual harassment". The 60-year-old lawmaker also said that he and his wife "have long struggled with infertility". The investigation came after House officials learned that he had asked two female employees to bear his child as a surrogate.
  • Missing North Carolina girl presumed dead, authorities say

    Missing North Carolina girl presumed dead, authorities say

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    Earl Kimrey, 32, believed to be the boyfriend of the child's mother, was apprehended Friday, the Onslow County Sheriff's Department and Federal Bureau of Investigation announced early Saturday. Searchers targeted a creek and a landfill in their effort to find a 3-year-old North Carolina girl missing since the start of the week. She said her boyfriend saw the child at about midnight when she got up and he told her to go back to bed.
  • Will take care, says Donald Trump on North Korea missile

    Will take care, says Donald Trump on North Korea missile

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    Schumer and Pelosi pulled out of the meeting , saying the "best path forward" was to keep negotiating with Republican leadership. They begged Mr. McConnell and House Speaker Paul D. "We had a phenomenal meeting with the Republican senators", he said. Congress has until December 8 to pass a spending bill to avert a government shutdown and Senate Republicans are expected to bring their tax bill to a vote this week.
  • Russian Federation 2018: Nigeria in same group with Argentina, Croatia, Iceland

    Russian Federation 2018: Nigeria in same group with Argentina, Croatia, Iceland

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    A win in that game gives the Super Eagles one leg up on qualification, but a draw would not be the worst result, as long as they claim a win against Iceland in the second game. We hope we keep on making people happy. In group G Belgium, Panama, Tunisia and England were merged to battle it out also. Croatia coach Zlatko Dalic acknowledged that Argentina would be favoured to win the group.
  • Thanksgiving heat wave roasts Southern California

    Thanksgiving heat wave roasts Southern California

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    Woodland Hills set a record at 92 degrees, topping the 2005 mark of 89; while Sandberg reached 74 degrees to top the 1995 record of 71. The hot and dry conditions stem from an upper-level ridge of high pressure hovering over the area, which is causing desert air from the northeast to flow toward the Southern California coast, Sirard said.
  • Smog-hit Delhi drops auto rationing scheme

    Smog-hit Delhi drops auto rationing scheme

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    November 11 (ANI): Delhi government has got the signal from a court looking environmental issues to implement the odd-even vehicle movement scheme in the national capital to reduce pollution . The tribunal is likely to hear the plea tomorrow. Adding another wave of commuters may result in collapse of public transportation system. Delhi has also banned all construction, barred lorries from entering the city and shut down all schools until Sunday.
  • Renewables now provide a quarter of the world's power

    Renewables now provide a quarter of the world's power

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    The report forecasts out the next five years of renewable energy growth, a short time-frame that is easier to project than some forecasts-like, say, the Energy Information Agency-that are routinely criticized. In line with its recent determination to end up a victor in the renewable energy market, China led the way on building solar capacity. The country has become a leader in renewable energy production, with the United States the second-largest market.
  • Cuba Protests Expulsion of 15 Diplomats from USA

    Cuba Protests Expulsion of 15 Diplomats from USA

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    On Tuesday the Trump administration expelled 15 Cuban diplomats after recalling more than half of its own embassy staff from Havana last week. Last Friday, Washington issued a travel warning for the island and said it was reducing by about 60 percent its diplomatic staffing at the U.S.
  • Local Puerto Rican Reacts to Trump's Tweets

    Local Puerto Rican Reacts to Trump's Tweets

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    He's going after what he calls " politically motivated ingrates " and says "people are now starting to recognize the incredible work" by the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the military. "We are here to help anyway we can". Although Trump's tweets drew a measured response from Cruz herself on Saturday, they stirred a hornet's nest of criticism on social media.
  • Light drinking during pregnancy does not harm baby

    Light drinking during pregnancy does not harm baby

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    There are different views on how much alcohol - if any - is safe to drink while pregnantHow much alcohol can you drink while pregnant? In response, the scientists systematically studied numerous data sets from various eminent observational studies on the effect of light alcohol consumption (2 units up to twice a week, or 4 units a week, approximately equal to 32 grams) compared with consuming no alcohol at all.
  • Narendra Modi meets Myanmar's state counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi

    Narendra Modi meets Myanmar's state counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi

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    India has also provided humanitarian relief following natural calamities like Cyclone Mora this year, Komen in 2015 and Nargis in 2008 and an quake in Shan state in 2010. Thousands of Rohingyas are crossing over into Bangladesh and India to escape from the persecution in Rakhine. PM addresses the Indian Community in Myanmar.
  • Taylor Swift Gives Too Sexy' Credits For New Single

    Taylor Swift Gives Too Sexy' Credits For New Single

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    But then again, she tends to begin each new album campaign with a curveball track, so I'll be judging whether the old Taylor is "dead" or not after her next song is released. Judging by the current relationship status of the duo, it is hard to gulp down the fact that reality star was an avid listener of Taylor Swift songs and considered herself as her number one fan.
  • Another Mosquito Pool Tests Positive For West Nile Virus

    Another Mosquito Pool Tests Positive For West Nile Virus

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    Health officials are looking into two potential human cases of the West Nile virus in Simcoe County. "Because mosquitoes lay their eggs in standing water, public health asks property owners to remove standing water anywhere it tends to collect", stated a WDGPH press release.
  • CeX suffers online security breach

    CeX suffers online security breach

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    Hackers have stolen the personal data of up two million customers of the second-hand electronics retailer Cex due to an "online security breach". The data could also include encrypted credit and debit card numbers, but since CeX hasn't stored card details since 2009, any cards on record are likely to have expired.
  • Dr Ruth Pfau

    Dr Ruth Pfau " Pakistani Mother Teresa" has passed away

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    Following the news of her demise, condolences poured in for the late humanitarian on social media. Not required to take the veil or live in seclusion, she ended up in Pakistan by chance. In 1996, the World Health Organization declared that leprosy had been controlled in Pakistan, which led Pfau to the more challenging task of eliminating the disease.
  • United Nations imposes tougher sanctions on North Korea

    United Nations imposes tougher sanctions on North Korea

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    It would also prohibit countries from increasing the current numbers of North Korea's labourers working overseas, ban new joint ventures with Pyongyang and any new investment in current joint ventures. It also gives the committee a green light to designate specific vessels that are breaking sanctions from entering ports all over the world and to work with Interpol to enforce travel bans on North Koreans on the sanctions blacklist.
  • Ormond St angels: We will nurse Charlie in a hospice

    Ormond St angels: We will nurse Charlie in a hospice

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    In April, Justice Francis ruled that the hospital could allow the child to die after doctors and the court had deemed treatment futile, against the wishes of the child's parents. The U.S. physician who sought to provide an experimental treatment to 11-month-old Charlie Gard denied having any financial interest in the therapy Wednesday, according to The Telegraph .
  • First West Nile mosquito found in Rock Island County

    First West Nile mosquito found in Rock Island County

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    Residents with questions about West Nile can contact the Mosquito Abatement District at 985-643-5050 or 985-893-0818. This time of year is the most crucial time to get protected from West Nile Virus . The types of mosquitoes that can carry these viruses are most active throughout the evening and night, from dusk until dawn. In about 1 per cent of cases, people may develop "severe illness including inflammation of the brain or the lining of the brain".
  • Jaguar E-Pace Barrel Rolls Its Way Spectacularly Into Record Books

    Jaguar E-Pace Barrel Rolls Its Way Spectacularly Into Record Books

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    This Includes Jaguar Land Rover , which announced yesterday that their Jaguar E-PACE compact SUV will be built by Magna at its contract vehicle manufacturing facility in Graz, Austria. Its larger sibling, the F-Pace was launched recently and it looks like the British marque will continue its SUV onslaught and launch a third model, the all-electric I-Pace, within a few months.
  • Trump cites 'good progress' on NAFTA after meeting with Pena Nieto

    Trump cites 'good progress' on NAFTA after meeting with Pena Nieto

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    Popular Video This young teenage singer was shocked when Keith Urban invited her on stage at his concert. We're negotiating NAFTA and some other things with Mexico. During his visit, Kelly also met with Mexican troops fighting the country's powerful drug cartels and took a surveillance flight over opium poppy fields in the restive state of Guerrero.
  • Deadline Extended For Ultimatum On Qatar

    Deadline Extended For Ultimatum On Qatar

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    They accused Doha of supporting extremism and of being too close to regional arch-rival Iran , which Qatar has strongly denied . German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel, who on Monday starts a tour of several Arab states, called for a "serious dialogue" to end the crisis.
  • Illinois House Overrides Rauner Veto of 911 Fees

    Illinois House Overrides Rauner Veto of 911 Fees

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    Mr. Madigan said Saturday on the House floor that members will convene again Sunday, but no budget bills will be called before Monday. IL still doesn't have a budget, but with the fiscal year ending at midnight Friday night, there's something extraordinary out of Springfield: renewed hope of an agreement on end to the historic stalemate.
  • Two more wins for Team NZ

    Two more wins for Team NZ

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    Emirates Team New Zealand forged further ahead on day two of the 35th America's Cup with another clean sweep of Sunday's races in Bermuda . "It's not over. New Zealand are now just four wins away from the eight required to win the world's oldest global sporting competition. The Kiwis continued their dominant form by winning both races in Bermuda on Sunday, adding to their two victories from race one and two on Saturday.
  • Storm halts Relay for Life

    Storm halts Relay for Life

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    The goal was to raise $72,000 dollars. According to Amy Collins, a creative director with the five-person film crew that was on hand, the Greene County Relay for Life was one of only four Relay events nationwide to be chosen for the filming.
  • Bill To Stop Saudi Arms Deal Fails In Senate

    Bill To Stop Saudi Arms Deal Fails In Senate

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    The narrow vote to dismiss a resolution to block the transaction was a significant shift from a similar vote past year on a tank sale to Saudi Arabia under the Obama administration that was easily tabled, or killed, 71-27. no longer turns a blind eye to the indiscriminate killing of children, women, and men in Yemen", Franken said in a statement. Today I stand up for saying we, the United States, should no longer be fueling the arms race in the Middle East.
  • Theresa May Top Aides Resign After Disastrous Election

    Theresa May Top Aides Resign After Disastrous Election

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    He wrote on the ConservativeHome site: "The reason for the disappointing result was not the absence of support for Theresa May and the Conservatives but an unexpected surge in support for Labour". Without a majority, she could be forced to seek consensus on the approach she takes. "The Conservatives have not yet broken the British system of democracy, but through their hubris and incompetence they have managed to make a mockery of it", it said in an editorial.
  • London Bridge attacker tried to rent larger truck

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    Detectives suspect the carnage inflicted could have been even worse if Khuram Butt had not failed to secure the vehicle because his payment did not go through. Police have discovered the gang used a bedsit, above a bookie's in Barking, east London , as a safe house, rented by Redouane in April. An undated handout photo issued by the Metropolitan Police, London , and made available Saturday, June 10, 2017, of the interior of the van used in the London Bridge attacks of Saturday June 3 ...
  • NBC5 Forecast: Chance of showers by sunrise

    NBC5 Forecast: Chance of showers by sunrise

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    An east wind of 6 miles per hour will become calm in the evening. Mostly clear, with a low around 59. South southeast wind 7 to 11 miles per hour. Expect more sun today , with a high near 82, according to the National Weather Service . Friday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 70. Temps: High of 85 degrees and low of 71 degrees. Monday Night - Mostly clear, with a low around 31.
  • United Kingdom police name third man behind London terror attack

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    British security officials said none of the men was considered violent, but they acknowledged the difficulty of predicting whether extremists will turn unsafe. Irish state broadcaster RTE reported on Tuesday that Redouane had been refused asylum in Britain but had been able to move legally after marrying in Ireland in 2012.
  • Storm finally creeps in over Cape Town

    Storm finally creeps in over Cape Town

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    Cape Town - The City of Cape Town has cautioned residents that despite heavy rains, there is still a need to reduce water usage. The "worst storm in living memory" began to unleash its fury on Cape Town early on Wednesday writes Dave Chambers.
  • Washing hands in cold water as good as hot

    Washing hands in cold water as good as hot

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    Twenty individuals were asked to participate in the handwashing experiments wherein the research team contaminated the participants' hands with harmless bacteria (nonpathogenic E. Their guidance focuses on rubbing hands together in various ways to make sure each surface of each hand is clean. Scientists have poured cold water on the theory that only a hot bath of shower gets you clean.