• President Buhari Holds Talks With British PM May
President Buhari Holds Talks With British PM May

On education, President Buhari said more investment was being made, because "people can look after themselves if well educated". On climate change and environmental issues, the President raised the necessity of inter-basin water transfer from Congo Basin to Lake Chad.

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  • Reward now offered for capture of accused murderer
Reward now offered for capture of accused murderer

Detectives came to the conclusion that Hutchinson had been targeted because of how she looked and named Lois Riess as a person of interest in the investigation. She is known to have a gambling addiction, and often frequents casinos. Police believe Riess killed both victims with the same gun, and may still have it.

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  • First Rohingya family repatriated to Myanmar
First Rohingya family repatriated to Myanmar

Rights groups slammed the move as a publicity stunt which ignored warnings over the security of returnees. More than 670,000 members of the Muslim minority Rohingya community fled violence in Myanmar since August 2017, joining an estimated 200,000 Rohingya who have sought shelter in Bangladesh, arriving in waves over the past decades.

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  • Chewbacca Is The Unquestionable Star Of This Solo TV Ad
Chewbacca Is The Unquestionable Star Of This Solo TV Ad

The ad spot opens with a different part of the train heist that we saw in the last trailer. Clad in a Han Solo costume and sitting with his leg propped up on a table to mimic Solo's posture, Miculek begins by blasting a paper target of bounty hunter Greedo's face.

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  • Parsons man arrested after running from police, threatening officer
Parsons man arrested after running from police, threatening officer

Detectives found marijuana within the residence, a police statement said. He said officers were told that the men had come in and asked to use the restroom but were denied because they hadn't bought anything, as he said is company policy. Their investigation indicated Handy had been distributing drugs from his vehicles, so three vehicles also wer...

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  • BJP celebrates Ambedkar jayanti in Mysuru
BJP celebrates Ambedkar jayanti in Mysuru

Principal Fr Robert D'Souza, vice-principal Belita Mascarenhas along with the student representatives offered a floral tribute to Dr B R Ambedkar. The people of India paid rich tribute to Dr Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar on his 127th birth anniversary today.

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  • What we know about the Syria air strikes so far
What we know about the Syria air strikes so far

In the aftermath of air strikes launched on Syrian soil by United States President Donald Trump , French foreign minister Jean-Yves Le Drian has claimed that a "large part" of the Damascus government's arsenal "has been destroyed". " Russia strongly condemns the attack on Syria where Russian servicemen are helping the legitimate government in...

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  • Night owls tend to die sooner than morning larks
Night owls tend to die sooner than morning larks

The study, conducted by Northwestern Medicine and the University of Surrey in the United Kingdom , took a look at 433,268 participants, ages 38 to 73 years old, for about 6½ years, according to a news release. "These findings suggest the need for researching possible interventions aimed at either modifying circadian rhythms in individuals or at al...

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  • Knights host Kings in playoff debut
Knights host Kings in playoff debut

Upcoming stories from the Vegas Golden Knights vs. Los Angeles Kings in Game 1 of Round 1 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs at T-Mobile Arena. The ones that did get through, he made some spectacular saves, going from side to side on a couple of attempts.

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  • Rockets to face Timberwolves in first round of National Basketball Association playoffs
Rockets to face Timberwolves in first round of National Basketball Association playoffs

Jokic and Will Barton have played well over the last five games for Denver. The Denver Nuggets are in hot water at half time with the Minnesota Timberwolves . But seemingly in the blink of an eye, the Nuggets got back into it. Murray's off-balance bank tied it at 101, so the Wolves needed Gibson's defense to save them down the stretch.

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  • Scattered snow and wind tonight
Scattered snow and wind tonight

Light rain and snow will come to an end this morning, and the rest of the day will be cloudy and warmer. A hazardous weather outlook for the western two-thirds of the state warned of rain that would "quickly" change to snow in the valleys Thursday morning, the NWS said, "though these accumulations will have minimal impact of travel" through t...

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  • Notley says province prepared to buy Trans Mountain pipeline outright
Notley says province prepared to buy Trans Mountain pipeline outright

On Sunday Kinder Morgan Canada announced it was halting most work on its Trans Mountain expansion project, which has been facing ongoing opposition from the B.C, government, municipalities, environmentalists and aboriginal groups. Such an arrangement might see the government providing loan guarantees or actual equity stakes in the pipeline. But p...

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  • World's hottest chili pepper tied to 'thunderclap' headache
World's hottest chili pepper tied to 'thunderclap' headache

In comparison, a jalapeño has a spiciness of about 5,000 SHU and a habanero has 200,000 SHU. BMJ describes the headaches as "crushingly painful". However, eating cayenne pepper has been linked to heart attacks and a narrowing of the blood vessels in the heart, known as coronary vasospasm, according to the report.

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  • 4 ways women earn less than men
4 ways women earn less than men

While fashion brands and retailers have had their own share of issues related to gender discrimination and the wage gap - Walmart, Burberry, Victoria's Secret and others have been called out for gender pay gaps in the past - there are firms that are stepping up to the plate in various ways to push for change.

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  • LHS softball keeps rolling with 14-1 win at Hamilton County
LHS softball keeps rolling with 14-1 win at Hamilton County

Purcell pushed across two more runs in the inning and added another half dozen in the top of the fifth. Grace Walker also went 2 for 5 and Hannah Rubinrott allowed two earned runs throwing from the circle. Moore experienced the home run trot, but in a much different way. The home team once again responded with a run in the sixth to take a 5-4 lea...

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  • Chinese cyber spies pose challenge for Trump admin
Chinese cyber spies pose challenge for Trump admin

Chinese officials said they were obliged to act after the USA announced plans for retaliatory tariffs in an escalating dispute over China's technology program and other trade issues. Hours earlier, the United States government unveiled a detailed breakdown of some 1,300 Chinese industrial, transport and medical goods that could be subject to 25...

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  • Markram century makes scandal-hit Australia toil
Markram century makes scandal-hit Australia toil

With only a sprinkling of spectators in the Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg , the Australians had a huddle on the field during which Lehmann addressed the players. Mitchell Marsh edged an extravagant drive against Morne Morkel into his stumps and three balls later Shaun Marsh was caught at slip by AB de Villiers off Maharaj.

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  • Sudden Slump In Stock Markets: Sensex Falls 300 Points, Nifty Below 10150
Sudden Slump In Stock Markets: Sensex Falls 300 Points, Nifty Below 10150

Jagannadham Thunuguntla, SVP & head of research (wealth), Centrum Broking, said that just when the stock market was attempting to make a comeback from the bearish sentiment seen during February and March, the re-emergence of a trade war disturbed the momentum.

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  • NZ vs ENG 2nd Test: Records broken and interesting statistics
NZ vs ENG 2nd Test: Records broken and interesting statistics

If New Zealand draw or win the Test it will see them triumph in a series against England for only the fourth time in 36 attempts. "There was a bit of drama at the end their but Waggy (Wagner) was really good there". Play was abandoned an hour later. "I believe we can make big strides quite quickly and I think this game will give that to the...

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  • UK To Ban Ivory Sales
UK To Ban Ivory Sales

Anyone found in violation of the new laws can face an unlimited fine and up to five years in jail. Wildlife campaigners believe around 20,000 elephants a year are being slaughtered for their ivory , and that reducing global demand for their tusks is an important part of ending the carnage.

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