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Real defender Pepe set to join Beşiktaş


In addition to the 9.5 million euros, the Portuguese worldwide will also earn 4,000 euros for every point earned by the Black Eagles, with him playing. Pepe's time at Madrid will be considered a success, despite a controversial incident in April 2009 where he savagely kicked Getafe player Javi Casquero and was sent off. Read More »

Charlie Gard: British baby at center of global debate


Charlie's case - incredible - is seriously threatening to pave the way to the obligation of abortion, infanticide and euthanasia for people considered outside the standard of quality of life. There are now no approved treatments for these conditions and in most cases, the children progress in a similar manner that Charlie did (being born healthy then quickly deteriorating as muscle strength declines). Read More »

UP Police Arrest 31 Dalit Activists From Lucknow Press Club, Release Later


Around 45 Dalit and Adivasi activists from across Gujarat, carrying 125 kilograms of soap bars and a Buddha idol to hand to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, were detained and deported back to Gujarat yesterday. "They were all held under Section 151 of CrPC (arrest to prevent commission of cognizable offences) when they refused to end the protest". He said police would continue to "deeply investigate" the allegations. Read More »

Illinois House Takes Step to Ending Budget Impasse


David Harris, R-Arlington Heights, said, prompting applause from Democrats. "There's much work yet to be done". Let's keep up the good work. Rauner never directly addressed the report from the Civic Committee, but continues to hammer the message that Illinois Democrats have not passed a "truly" balanced budget in decades, a time in which Madigan has ruled the House. Read More »

China's Xi talks tough on Hong Kong


He oversaw the swearing in of Ms Lam, the newly-elected chief executive of the territory, along with the rest of her cabinet. Full-scale "universal suffrage", which was set as a goal at the time when Hong Kong was returned to China, has not been realized. Read More »

Cladding on 34 tower blocks across the United Kingdom fail fire safety tests


Local authorities have now confirmed that 34 buildings across 17 local authority areas have failed fire safety tests pertaining to their external cladding material. "This is a big commitment from Wandsworth and we will continue to work closely with the council to make sure the borough and its residents are as safe as possible". Read More »

National Weather Service issues flash flood watch


Additional rainfall amounts of 1.5 to 2.5 inches, with locally higher amounts possible. If you know of any closed roads or flash flooding, give Eagle Country 99.3 a call at 812-537-9724. Cindy was blamed for one death: Nolan McCabe, 10, of St. Louis, Missouri, was vacationing with family on the Alabama coast when he was hit by a log carried in on a big wave. Read More »

GOP Health Bill Would Deliver Tax Breaks to Wealthiest

Research shows that when parents have health care coverage, they are more likely to go to the doctor, miss less work, and are better able to care for their children. The ruling elite sees the attack on Medicaid as the first shot in their war on Medicare and Social Security and wants to see all of these social programs privatized or ended outright. Read More »

Businessman Donald Trump could benefit from President Donald Trump's new Cuba policy


Trump's recent announcement on new travel and trade restrictions with Cuba aim to fulfill a campaign promise. "We will not lift sanctions on the Cuban regime until all political prisoners are free, freedoms of assembly and expression are respected, all political parties are legalized and free and internationally supervised elections are scheduled", Trump demanded. Read More »

No longer the hot new thing? Teen vaping falls, study says


E-cigarettes also remain to be the most used tobacco product for the third year in a row among high school students at 11.3 percent and middle school students at 4.3 percent. The findings are in line with the University of Michigan's annual Monitoring the Future survey, which showed a drop in youth vaping in 2016 down to 13 percent of high school students. Read More »

Alleged leaker's parents fear Trump will be tough on case

Winner's mother and stepfather told the judge she had no criminal history and they would use their 20-acre home in Kingsville, Texas, to finance her bond with confidence she would never run. In legal documents, an Federal Bureau of Investigation agent stated that victor had admitted to printing the classified information and mailing it to an online news outlet. Read More »

Relay for Life raises tens of thousands of dollars


The Survivors Lap will start at 7:30 p.m. and anyone who has ever been diagnosed with cancer may participate. The founder of Relay for Life, Gordon Flatt, who also battled with cancer, got the idea for this fundraising event when he walked and ran around a track in Washington for 24 hours to raise money for cancer. Read More »

Former Bills receiver Hardy found dead


Wednesday for a body recovery in the Maumee river. The cause and manner of his death has not been released, and the case is still under investigation. Hardy came to IN as a multi-sport prep star at Elmhurst High School, where he was also a standout basketball player. He loved to play football and basketball and was special at both. Read More »

DONNELLY: Statement on FDA request for removal of Opana ER from market

Endo had reformulated Opana ER (oxymorphone hydrochloride) to make it more hard to abuse, but the FDA determined that this change ultimately resulted in a "significant shift in the route of abuse of Opana ER from nasal to injection". Endo, which sold $158 million worth of Opana ER in 2015, had reformulated the pills in 2012 and sought to get them labeled as abuse deterrent. The United States in in the midst of an opioid overdose epidemic, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and ... Read More »

Vladimir Putin to Megyn Kelly: US Hackers Could Have Framed Russia

He said , as quoted by NBC , "Put your finger anywhere on a map of the world, and everywhere you will hear complaints that American officials are interfering in internal electoral processes". And I got up and left. "You and I met yesterday evening". He was involved in some things. "He used to be in the security services". that's it. Theres nothing to even talk about. Read More »

Combination of ADT and abiraterone can double prostate victims' life expectancy


This represents an improved survival rate of 37 per cent. Prostate cancer is the most common tumor in men, diagnosed in more than 161,000 Americans this year alone, according to the American Cancer Society . A clinical trial run by Cancer Research UK - believed to be the biggest cancer treatment trial in the world - has found that giving two therapies at once cuts disease progression and offers some patients the chance of a cure. Read More »

Texas Tech tops Sam Houston 6-0, reaches final of its regional


The Bearkats threatened in the bottom of the fourth after a walk and hit batter put two on with only one out. When the delay finally ended, two-plus hours later, the Wildcats couldn't push a run across in the top of the 11. The one-run lead didn't hold up long, though. Gardner stepped to the plate next and did exactly what he did in the first inning, taking the first pitch over the right-field wall for a two-run homerun. Read More »