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Mother, may I cry on Mother's Day? #MissingMomClub

Mother, may I cry on Mother's Day? #MissingMomClub

It doesn't matter if you're 15 or 35, you mum's got your back. I wanted to give her some flowers one more time while she was living. Whether it's your mom or your mother in law or grandmother. M...

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UN agency announces 2 more suspected Ebola cases in Congo

The post Ebola outbreak reported in the Democratic Republic of Congo appeared first on PBS NewsHour . The Minister of Public Health of Congo informed the WHO on Tuesday of the outbreak in the L...

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"Music is not fireworks, music is feeling": Portugal's Salvador Sobral wins Eurovision

Anja Nissen from Denmark performs during the Grand Final of the 62nd annual Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) at the International Exhibition Centre in Kiev, Ukraine , 13 May 2017. Kiev accused Moscow of...

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Albany florist feels impact of record-high Mother's Day spending

Albany florist feels impact of record-high Mother's Day spending

Draw a heart and a flower on the card. If you do find yourself in the presence of a flawless, preachy, judgmental Mom type, put your head up and your shoulders back and remember how people behav...

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Liverpool closing in on £26m deal for the 'new Ronaldinho'

Liverpool closing in on £26m deal for the 'new Ronaldinho'

A local journalist based at Porto Alegre, however, claims that Liverpool have had a bid accepted by the club's President as of May 6, with the club holding out on the sale until after the conclusion...

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United Nations seeks further $900 million for Somalia crisis response

United Nations seeks further $900 million for Somalia crisis response

Prime Minister Theresa May is hosting a high-level conference in London on Thursday to consider the humanitarian crisis and security situation in Somalia . President Uhuru Kenyatta has asked the ...

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CIA forms special unit focused on North Korean nuclear threat

The Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats also testified at the hearing that North Korea is now the intelligence community's "highest priority", adding that the North's nuclear programs are a po...

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Health experts in Congo identify two more suspected Ebola cases

Investigations are still being carried out into how the Ebola virus - which killed 49 people in DRC during a three-month outbreak in 2014 - suddenly occured in the equatorial forest region of Bas-Ue...

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Democratic Republic of Congo confirms new Ebola outbeak

It said the health zone at Likati some 1,300 km from Kinshasa was very hard to access but stressed it was crucial to pinpoint who had had contact with those affected in order to nip the latest outbrea...

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UN agency raises number of suspected Ebola cases in Congo to 11

While the United States now has no indication that there's a stateside Ebola threat, Duchin, also a health officer for Public Health for Seattle and King County, said the nation should remain "ver...

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Liberals hang on to win BC's first minority government in 65 years

Liberals hang on to win BC's first minority government in 65 years

The NDP campaign stepped up its attack on the Greens in the final days, warning voters that the NDP is the only party that could end the B.C. Liberal dynasty. "We have been presented with an opportuni...

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New Ebola Outbreak Might be Chance to Test Vaccine

New Ebola Outbreak Might be Chance to Test Vaccine

An Ebola epidemic in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia in 2013-2016 infected 28,000 people and killed more than 11,000 of them. "The WHO Country Office in the DRC is working closely with the national...

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Pool-by-pool Guide to Japan 2019

Australia head coach Michael Cheika, England head coach Eddie Jones and South Africa head coach Allister Coetzee attend a news conference after the Rugby World Cup 2019 pool draw. The 2019 tourna...

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UK's health service hit by ransomware attack

Security firms said the attacks had spread to all corners of the globe, with Russia hit the worst, followed by Ukraine, India and Taiwan, said Kaspersky Lab, a Russian cybersecurity firm. While any ...

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Mental health concerns for the nation's van drivers

Mental health concerns for the nation's van drivers

Our research highlights that poor mental health is both a cause and a outcome of poverty. Cheshire Constabulary senior HR manager Jo Jones, who is taking part in the walk, said: "The aim is to g...

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China tests new guided missile in Bohai Sea

It said the tests, carried out by the People's Liberation Army's Rocket Force, were meant to increase the operational capability of the country's military to better deal with major national security t...

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Thank you, NYC: Jeter toasts city ahead of jersey retirement

Thank you, NYC: Jeter toasts city ahead of jersey retirement

Jeter goes on to thank NY for challenging him and giving him a "place to grow up". With the help of several native NY voices, Jeter composed a "Thank You" note addressed to the Big Apple with a vide...

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US rig count rises 8 this week to 885; Texas up 8

The offshore count, now at 21 overall, is down one rig year over year. The number of rigs drilling for oil and natural gas in Oklahoma slipped again this week, marking the first back-to-back decline...

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Limestone County Relay for Life

Limestone County Relay for Life

One tent is displaying a Hogwarts theme organized by Amy Greenslade who said, "We are all affected by cancer and we participate every year and each year we try to have a fun theme, this year being Har...

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10 ministers inducted into Odisha Cabinet

10 ministers inducted into Odisha Cabinet

The ministers were administered the oath of office and secrecy by Governor S C Jamir in presence of the chief minister and other dignitaries at Raj Bhavan. For Niranjan Pujari, the new Industries Mini...

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GOP lawmaker cautions health care bill is Obamacare 'tweak'

The House plan, supported by South Dakota's lone U.S. Rep. Kristi Noem, would repeal the penalty for not buying health insurance, cut Medicaid funding and allow insurers to charge more for older a...

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Facebook to make debut in premium TV shows next month

Facebook to make debut in premium TV shows next month

The short video clips played automatically in Facebook's News Feed achieved great success for numerous publishers. In addition, Facebook will focus on teen-centric shows as the company sees rival ...

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At least 74 countries affected in 'biggest ever' cyberattack

Nissan said it is "working to resolve the issue", though it is unclear whether the ransomware attack, a type of software which hijacks files until the company pays a ransom, has affected production at...

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JK: Two civilians killed as Pakistan violates ceasefire in Nowshera

Pakistani troops resorted to mortar shelling, besides using automatic and small arms fire. He said following evacuation of the people from the vulnerable areas, three relief camps have been made ope...

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Woman's mutilated body recovered after alleged gangrape

Woman's mutilated body recovered after alleged gangrape

Stray dogs had bitten away her face and lower portion of the body. The victims parents had lodged a missing complaint at Sonipat police station. According to reports, the incident took place on ...

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Cloud eggs are the new breakfast trend taking over Instagram

Cloud eggs are the new breakfast trend taking over Instagram

This is social media at its soft peak: the humble egg, transformed into a posing signifier of your mastery of a carb-lite, gluten-free, Paleo lifestyle. Swap out Cloud Nine, for "Cloud Egg". Bake the ...

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Singaporean arrested in Brisbane after attack on woman

Singaporean arrested in Brisbane after attack on woman

A tourist who allegedly bashed a woman in the head with a hammer before repeatedly stabbing her at the Airbnb place in Brisbane where he was staying is still on the loose, more than 12 hours after the...

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Relay for Life Wilton planned for June 2

Relay for Life Wilton planned for June 2

Opening ceremonies will be followed by the survivors' and caregivers' laps. The event lasted from noon to midnight. Kathy Bourlier, captain of the Sterling Heights Lioness Club's relay team, said ...

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Publix dethrones Trader Joe's as America's favorite grocery store

Publix dethrones Trader Joe's as America's favorite grocery store

Publix tied for first with Wegmans, a regional chain in the northeastern U.S. Both stores scored 77 percent on the survey's "customer loyalty" index, beating out 2016 victor Trader Joe's, which came i...

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South Korea's new president moves to soothe tensions with China

He is also expected to nominate a prime minister, the country's No. 2 job that requires approval from lawmakers, and name his presidential chief of staff later Wednesday. Washington says the Terminal...

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Vijay Mallyas extradition hearing deferred to June 13

Vijay Mallyas extradition hearing deferred to June 13

The banks argued that Mallya had wilfully disobeyed the orders of the apex court by making "vague and unclear disclosure of his assets" and appearing before the apex court. The banks have alleged that...

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Cinnabon offering free treats to nurses during National Nurses Week

Cinnabon offering free treats to nurses during National Nurses Week

This year's theme, Nursing: the Balance of Mind, Body, and Spirit , is about recognizing the different ways nurses lead others to live healthier lives. The week coincides with National Hospital Week,...

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Cyberattack: Up to 74 countries affected by ransomware, say experts

A massive ransomware campaign appears to have infected a number of organisations around the world. To bring back your control on them, you need to pay. The ransomware encrypts data on the computer usi...

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Common painkillers may increase risk of heart attack, according to study

Common painkillers may increase risk of heart attack, according to study

Routinely taking common painkillers, including ibuprofen, could put people at a heightened risk of heart attack, new research has found. The new investigation, the largest ever of its kind, found an...

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China and USA reach agreement on beef, poultry, natural gas

China and USA reach agreement on beef, poultry, natural gas

US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said the deal should reduce China's trade surplus with the US by the end of 2017. But while the agreement touches on numerous trade barriers American companies have...

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