• Ghana/Nigeria: Ghana Defeats Nigeria 4-1 to Retain Wafu Cup
Ghana/Nigeria: Ghana Defeats Nigeria 4-1 to Retain Wafu Cup

Ghana celebrate their impressive win. Ezenwa who was at the goal for the Senior Eagles team when they played Cameroun in the World Cup Qualifiers, kept four clean sheets all through the tournament but conceded four goals in the final.

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  • PA Senate rejects proposed no-tax budget plan
PA Senate rejects proposed no-tax budget plan

Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf says Pennsylvania state government has less than two weeks to end a budget stalemate before the state's battered credit rating gets another downgrade and he must delay more payments for lack of cash. Pennsylvania has been without an operational budget since June, when the Republicans adopted a bipartisan spending plan of ...

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  • Trump's interior secretary wants to shrink national monuments
Trump's interior secretary wants to shrink national monuments

It also calls for a new assessment of border-safety risks at a monument in southern New Mexico. A spokeswoman for the fisheries council says it is working on rules that would freeze the footprint where commercial fishing is now allowed in Atlantic slopes and canyons, including in some parts of the monument, but would not bar it altogether.

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  • Khattar announces CBI probe into Pradhuman's murder
Khattar announces CBI probe into Pradhuman's murder

Khattar had visited their residence before addressing the media. Pradyuman's family says its demand for a CBI probe is not directed at Pinto's family or any particular person. "I am also assuring them that the culprits in this case whether it is from the school management or otherwise, will not be spared", Khattar said. The suspect's family, ho...

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  • Russian Federation starts big war games along its borders, alarming its neighbors
Russian Federation starts big war games along its borders, alarming its neighbors

The maneuvers involve up to 12,700 serviceman (about 7,200 from Belarus and about 5,500 from Russia ), about 70 planes and helicopters, up to 680 military equipment units, including around 250 tanks, up to 200 weapons, multiple launch rocket systems and mortars and 10 ships.

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  • Five drivers most likely to steal a playoff spot at Richmond
Five drivers most likely to steal a playoff spot at Richmond

The playoffs were created to generate interest during the football season. That's a far cry from the team that placed the No. 22 into the Championship 4 and won a combined five races this season. What also works against numerous non-winners is Toyota's late-season surge. According to the latest oddsmakers , Kyle Busch is the favorite to wi...

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  • Georgia, Carolinas Prepare for Possible Hurricane Irma Coastal Strike
Georgia, Carolinas Prepare for Possible Hurricane Irma Coastal Strike

Here's a closer look at how Georgia and the Carolinas are preparing for Irma. The Triad could begin feeling the effects of Irma with showers likely early next week, according to the National Weather Service in Raleigh . In the meantime, he urged South Carolinians to look up their evacuation zones and check for established evacuation routes fo...

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  • PM Modi presents special gift to Myanmar State Counsellor Suu Kyi
PM Modi presents special gift to Myanmar State Counsellor Suu Kyi

Modi announced free visas for Myanmar nationals keen to visit India , standing next to Suu Kyi - the country's State Counsellor and de-facto leader - in Nay Pyi Taw , at a time his administration has declared plans to deport 40,000 illegal Rohingya refugees now in India.

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  • San Bernardino County reports first West Nile Virus death for 2017
San Bernardino County reports first West Nile Virus death for 2017

As people soak in the last unofficial week of summer, Public Health experts say watch out for mosquitoes because they've seen West Nile Virus activity in our area. Apply insect repellent containing DEET, picaridin, oil of lemon eucalyptus or IR 3535 according to label instructions to keep mosquitoes from biting you.

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  • Organizations for Harvey relief urge social media use among college students
Organizations for Harvey relief urge social media use among college students

John's in downtown Houston) to implement a plan to help as many as we can". The Houston Police Department alone has rescued more than 3,500 people from flood waters. "It provides shelter and food in those communities", said American Red Cross spokeswoman Josett Valdez. Flooding continues to be an issue in areas affected by Harvey .

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  • FDA approves first-ever gene therapy treatment for acute lymphoblastic leukemia
FDA approves first-ever gene therapy treatment for acute lymphoblastic leukemia

The newly approved drug, Kymriah, is a CAR-T cell treatment developed by Novartis and the University of Pennsylvania . Tisagenlecleucel (Kymriah) is a personalized genetically-modified autologous T cell immunotherapy created to use a patient's own T cells to target and kill leukemia cells with CD19 antigens on the surface, according to a p...

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  • SunTrust Robinson Humphrey Cuts Rating On Kite Pharma, Inc. (KITE) To
SunTrust Robinson Humphrey Cuts Rating On Kite Pharma, Inc. (KITE) To "Hold"

Therefore 50% are positive. Medidata Solutions Incorporated (NASDAQ:MDSO) had a decrease of 12.77% in short interest. The stock presently has an average rating of Hold and an average price target of $88.93. Tiaa Cref Investment Mgmt Limited Liability has invested 0% of its portfolio in Kite Pharma Inc (NASDAQ:KITE). Kite Pharma has a 52 wee...

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  • CDC: Don't kiss your pet turtle; Salmonella
CDC: Don't kiss your pet turtle; Salmonella

The agency said that the illnesses started to appear on March 1, and the diagnoses continued until August 3. There have been 37 cases in 13 states since March, and the outbreak has sent at least 16 people to the hospital, though there have been no deaths.

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  • Area Levee Breaks, Residents Urged To Evacuate Immediately
Area Levee Breaks, Residents Urged To Evacuate Immediately

Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner said police had rescued more than 3,000, while the Coast Guard said it also had also rescued 3,000 by boat and air. With rescues continuing, that number seemed certain to grow. The levee at Columbia Lakes in Brazoria County, Texas has been breached due to catastrophic rainfall from Hurricane Harvey , which has dissip...

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  • Palestinians give Trump 45 days to meet their demands
Palestinians give Trump 45 days to meet their demands

In a recent speech at a rally in Tel Aviv, Netanyahu attacked the Oslo Accords, the interim Israeli-Palestinian agreement meant to facilitate a solution to end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. "If we don't know where we are heading, if we don't know what the end game is, then we are in a desert without a map", said Mohammad Shtayyeh, a senior advi...

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  • NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell nearing contract extension
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell nearing contract extension

Goodell, 58, made $212.5 million in his first 10 years as commissioner after taking taking over for Paul Tagliabue in 2006. The NFL issued a statement to HBO, reportedly relayed in the segment, that asserts it sought cooperation from the players union when it was drafting new rules.

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  • Root, Cook on show
Root, Cook on show

Earlier Alastair Cook top-scored with 243, his fourth Test double century, before his dismissal saw England captain Joe Root declare shortly before the end of the second session. Chase followed up with the wickets of Stokes, Ali, and Cook for his 4-113, but all it did was limit the damage. Thanks to those dismal numbers, West Indies' attr...

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  • 'All Blacks Have Point To Prove In Rugby Championship'
'All Blacks Have Point To Prove In Rugby Championship'

Today, the Kiwis finally ended the long-running espionage saga that was kick-started this time a year ago as security consultant Adrian Gard was cleared of planting a bug to to record Hansen's team meetings. "We don't know who put it there". "He basically approached, they started following each other - then the odd cheeky message came from Sm...

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  • CBO: If Trump Cuts Payments To Insurance Companies, It Will Cost Taxpayers
CBO: If Trump Cuts Payments To Insurance Companies, It Will Cost Taxpayers

The panel will begin hearings on stabilizing the marketplace the first week of September. But Trump didn't drop the appeal. The case has been delayed for months, and it's possible another delay could occur. Instead, the president and Congressional Republicans have agreed to allow the payments to continue in the face of warnings from insurers and ...

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  • FDA Reports That 5 People Have Died After Weight Loss Balloon Treatments
FDA Reports That 5 People Have Died After Weight Loss Balloon Treatments

The balloon is created to stay in place for several months to help the patient lose weight. In three reports , death occurred as soon as one to three days after balloon placement. All five reports indicate that patient deaths occurred within a month or less of balloon placement. Christopher Gostout, Apollo Endosurgery's chief medical officer, ...

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  • Rahul visits flood-hit district of Assam
Rahul visits flood-hit district of Assam

Though the Nehru-Gandhi scion escaped unhurt in the attack in the state's Banaskantha district, a few of the security personnel accompanying him in his sports utility vehicle (SUV) sustained injuries, a senior police official said. The ones who are scared are the ones who do not want to see the truth, or acknowledge it, we are not scared by such ...

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  • Florida identifies 1st case of sexually transmitted Zika for 2017
Florida identifies 1st case of sexually transmitted Zika for 2017

As per reports, the patient and the partner, both have tested positive for the deadly virus . Zika travel - related cases were found mostly in women and for January to July 21 this year of 94 total cases 82 were women and 12 were men while for 2016, of 993 total, 788 were women and 205 were men, according to the Department of Health.

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  • 14 juvenile lifers resentenced in DE cases
14 juvenile lifers resentenced in DE cases

He was given a life sentence for the fatal beating of a man in 1982, when Blizzard was 17 years old. Then a year ago, the court made its ruling retroactive, saying those already serving such sentences must be given a chance to show their crimes did not reflect "irreparable corruption" and, if they did not, have some hope for freedom.

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  • First human embryos genetically modified in US
First human embryos genetically modified in US

An Oregon scientist known for breaking barriers has done it again, successfully modifying DNA in human embryos , according to a report in Technology Review . What we've found out, however, is that it's possible to use CRISPR to edit embryos without causing an error called "mosaicism", Engadget said. The approach holds great potential to avoid...

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  • Centre rushes 12 additional NDRF teams to flood-hit Gujarat
Centre rushes 12 additional NDRF teams to flood-hit Gujarat

Apart from disaster response force teams, authorities have sought help from Indian army and Air Force for relief and rescue in the affected areas of Banaskantha and Patan districts in the north of Gujarat. The state recorded 555.2 millimetres of rainfall, or 68.52 per cent of the average seasonal precipitation. Gujarat Chief Minister has canc...

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