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England get lucky but Gareth Southgate urges caution

England get lucky but Gareth Southgate urges caution

We are expecting a very hard match". They'll then meet Panama - who are appearing in the tournament for the first time - before a clash with Belgium in their final Group G match in Kaliningrad. Breaking Panama down will be England's challenge but with Tunisia and Panama cast in the roles of minnows, England must perform as they did in their qualifying campaign, where they were efficient rather than stylish. Read More

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Delhi: 5 held in shootout near Dwarka Mor metro station, arms seized

Delhi: 5 held in shootout near Dwarka Mor metro station, arms seized

In the middle of all the action, one of the suspects, later identified as Toni, managed to slide down from one of the windows to a Delhi Metro Rail Corporation office, which shares boundary with the building, and escape. A large cache of weapons including 12 pistols and 100 bullets have been recovered from the site, Hindustan Times reported. "Five persons have been arrested", said the Delhi police spokesperson. Read More

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Congratulations, Sex Probably Won't Give You a Heart Attack

Congratulations, Sex Probably Won't Give You a Heart Attack

Sumeet Chugh , the lead author of the study and the associate director of the Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute, said in a statement. Previous studies have confirmed sex can trigger non-fatal cardiac events like heart attacks, but Chugh and colleagues designed their study to determine whether or not sexual activity is a risk factor for SCA in particular, since the condition accounts for 350,000 deaths in the US each year. Read More

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Disneyland shuts down 2 cooling towers after guests contract Legionnaires' disease

Disneyland shuts down 2 cooling towers after guests contract Legionnaires' disease

One patient, who had not visited the park and had additional health issues, died, she said. Good's email statement didn't indicate if any of those who contracted the disease were related to each other. Those towers were chemically treated and shut down to eliminate further infection. "We have proactively shared this information with OCHCA (Orange County Health Care Agency) and given our actions". Read More

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Penn study pinpoints why last year's flu shot was a dud

The conventional influenza vaccine platform uses weakened or dead versions of the influenza virus to stimulate immunity against hemagglutinin (HA), a spike-shaped protein that extends from the surface of the virus and attacks cells. In the lab, they coupled the H1N1 virus with human antibodies - immune system soldiers that fight off foreign invaders. The efficacy of the vaccine against influenza has been significantly limited in 2016, protecting that 20% to 30% of vaccinated persons, have ... Read More

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India, Australia to share trophy after Hyderabad T20I called off

India, Australia to share trophy after Hyderabad T20I called off

The Match has been called off! The third and final Twenty20 worldwide between India and Australia has been abandoned without a ball being bowled due to wet outfield . "Arrangements have been made at the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, the venue of the match, to ensure that the match is held without any problem", curator YL Chandrasekhar said, adding that the recent bout of rain had not affected the pitch. Read More

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Arizona Diamondbacks at Los Angeles Dodgers Game 2 score, TV channel

Arizona Diamondbacks at Los Angeles Dodgers Game 2 score, TV channel

The 26-year-old faced the Diamondbacks four times this season (three starts and one relief appearance), allowing six runs over 21 innings (2.57 ERA). Roberts removed Kershaw after he allowed homers to Ketel Marte and Jeff Mathis on back-to-back pitches with one out in the seventh. After a Cody Bellinger single, Yasiel Puig lined a double into center field to give Los Angeles a 4-0 advantage. Read More

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San Juan Mayor Mocks Trump With This Epic T-Shirt

San Juan Mayor Mocks Trump With This Epic T-Shirt

Following his visit to Puerto Rico in the wake of Hurricane Maria , President Trump said in an interview with Fox News' Geraldo Rivera that the island owes "a lot of money" to Wall Street and the US must "wipe out" its debt. During last year's campaign, Trump suggested the US government could address its own debt problems by renegotiating its bonds and paying less than their face value, remarks that also raised alarms in the markets. Read More

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Cowboys LB Sean Lee out vs. Rams with hamstring strain

Goff has almost doubled his yard per attempt to 10.1, completed over 70 percent of his passes, and posted a passer rating of 118.2, all top-3 marks in the NFL . The Cowboys were the first to kneel as a team prior to the singing of the anthem Monday night, but stand arm-in-arm during it . Defensively, the Cowboys are yielding 20.7 points and 315.0 total yards (227.7 in passing and 87.3 in rushing) per game. Read More

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Real Madrid defeat Espanyol in tough La Liga batle at the Bernabeu

Real Madrid defeat Espanyol in tough La Liga batle at the Bernabeu

Chris Coleman's side travel to Georgia on October 6 before hosting Ireland in Cardiff three days later. Zidane said of that: "Regarding the national team, I don't think there will be a problem between Madrid and Wales. Zinedine Zidane's side have picked up just 11 points from a possible 18 in La Liga so far. "The most important thing for him is to play and be on the pitch against Espanyol ", he concluded. Read More

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Catalonia separatists pass out ballots for vote

Catalonia separatists pass out ballots for vote

Spanish police have confiscated millions of ballots in recent days as part of a crackdown to stop the October 1 vote, which has been suspended by Spain's Constitutional Court. A harsh crackdown by Madrid on Sunday would likely trigger protests that could fuel further separatist sentiment. The euro could face hefty sell-offs in the coming weeks, as long as the possibility of Catalan independence looms. Read More

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Man City march on as Aguero's hat trick inspires victory at Watford

City are second to Manchester United on goal difference ahead of the trip to Watford who themselves are in the top four after the opening four games of the season. "City deserved the three points, but I think they are strong enough to come here, to create problems, to win the match". We can see a lot of goals in this game and are backing on more than 2.5 goals as our prediction . Read More

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'Star Wars: Episode IX' Snags Writer/Director JJ Abrams

'Star Wars: Episode IX' Snags Writer/Director JJ Abrams

Star Wars: Episode IX , the final entry in the original Star Wars saga, has been pushed back to December 20, 2019, Lucasfilm and Disney announced today . Abrams has personal knowledge of Star Wars and the Sequel Trilogy as a whole, and who better to close out the trilogy than the man who began it all in 2015 with Star Wars: The Force Awakens . Read More

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Trump sticking to tax reform plan, despite criticism

Trump sticking to tax reform plan, despite criticism

The Trump administration has pushed for months that the plan would aim to bring down taxes for all while closing loopholes, but Trump's speech will have a decidedly populist tone. "That would cause investment to flow overseas, and that would reduce the capital which workers in the United States have, so it should reduce wages". Read More

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'Alt-Lite' Holds Controversial 'Free Speech Rally' in Boston

'Alt-Lite' Holds Controversial 'Free Speech Rally' in Boston

Later Saturday afternoon, Boston's police department tweeted that protesters were throwing bottles, urine and rocks at them and asked people publicly to refrain from doing so. "It has been organized under the auspices of the alt lite, which embraces civic nationalism, rather than the alt right, which advocates white nationalism", the ADL said in a blog post. Read More

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Yemen facing 'triple tragedy' of conflict, cholera, famine, United Nations says

Yemen facing 'triple tragedy' of conflict, cholera, famine, United Nations says

The Saudi-led coalition had been named on the blacklist a year ago after the United Nations report blamed it for 60 percent of child deaths and injuries in Yemen in 2015 and half the attacks on schools and hospital. "In 2017, the number of air strikes per month is three times higher than a year ago, and monthly reports of armed clashes are up by more than 50 percent", he said. Read More

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