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Debate over whether the United States should move its Israel embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem again flared, while a separate row over the city's Western Wall - the holiest site where Jews can pray - also caused waves. "In Israel they're convinced that this statement is opposed to President Trump's policy as it was expressed recently in his behavior and in his firm resistance to the most recent Security Council resolution".
  • CPEC will have no implications on Kashmir issue : China

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    Baglay said India has been urging China to engage in a meaningful dialogue on its connectivity initiative. China's attitude is honest and sincere. Hua said when asked for her reaction to Bagley's remarks a day before the two-day Belt and Road Forum.
  • Healthy teen dies of heart problems after too much caffeine

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    Cripe's father, sean, said: "Like all parents, we worry about our kids as they grow up". "He didn't get mixed up in the wrong things". But it wasn't a crash that took his life. The FDA has reported in the past that teenagers have died of heart arrhythmias after consuming large amounts of Monster Energy drinks. "Additionally, vomiting, diarrhea, seizures, and even death can occur".
  • Arkansas parents arrested after 15-day-old baby almost eaten alive

    Arkansas parents arrested after 15-day-old baby almost eaten alive

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    Phillips was unavailable for comment by telephone, his office said. Charges against a Magnolia couple whose infant suffered up to 100 rat bites will be upgraded to a felony. Elliott told police that he and Shyrock woke up at 5 a.m.to the baby crying and saw blood everywhere and rat footprints in the crib. Charles said he and Erica waited for his mother to get to the house before taking the baby to the hospital.
  • Palestinian President Abbas arrives on four-day India visit

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    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wanted to accompany President Trump to the Western Wall when he visits next week. By then, President Trump will have to decide whether to renew the order or refrain from signing it, which would launch implementation of the law.
  • FDA warns of foot, leg amputations with J&J diabetes drug

    FDA warns of foot, leg amputations with J&J diabetes drug

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    Canagliflozin use is associated with increased risk of toe, foot, and leg amputations. According to a May 16 alert, the FDA is requiring the drug's manufacturers to include a Boxed Warning regarding the risk of amputation to be added to the drug's labeling.
  • Trailer seized in search for killer of 8 Ohio family members

    Trailer seized in search for killer of 8 Ohio family members

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    The elder Manley said his son would turn himself in. The day before he was charged, Manley's father, Leonard Manley, revealed that state agents had been using a Global Positioning System device to track the movement of his son's truck, and that his son had removed the device from the underside of his vehicle, The Cincinnati Enquirer reported.
  • GOP candidate for FBI says no special counsel for inquiry

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    Cornyn would not comment about Trump's threats to release a tape of his conversations with Comey - or if Congress should obtain those tapes. November 13, 2016: In a CBS "60 Minutes" broadcast after the election, Trump says he hasn't decided whether to keep Comey.
  • Online Abortion Services Prove Safe For Majority Of Women

    Online Abortion Services Prove Safe For Majority Of Women

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    Outcomes were known for 1,000 of those women, and almost all the women were less than nine weeks into their pregnancy. The results show that 95 percent of self-sourced and self-managed medical abortions were successful. Ninety three women, which is almost 10%, reported experiencing symptom for which they were told to seek medical attention. A woman who causes her own abortion from the moment she misses her period can go to prison for life under the 1861 Offences Against the Person Act ...
  • Always Dreaming Wins Derby

    Always Dreaming Wins Derby

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    This is the fifth consecutive Kentucky Derby that the projected horse won. McCraken, trained by expat Australian Ian Wilkes, finished eighth, after looming into the race at the top of the straight but was unlucky when tightened for room at a crucial stage.