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Mr. Lasisi said he was only an administrator of the hospital and not a pathologist. He said the autopsy carried out by him and his team was performed in the presence of the Police Divisional Officer of Dugbe Police Station, Osogbo, SP Ogunkanmi Gbemileke and the two other pathologists from LAUTECH.
  • Trump, Erdogan vow friendship despite anger at US arming Kurds

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    It is not clear how Erodgan responded the requests made in Tuesday's meeting. Tension was expected already for the Erdogan talks, after the US announced last week that it would arm Kurdish Syrian militants to help them fight ISIS. Ankara has repeatedly asked the United States to hand Gulen over to Turkey. Turkey believes the Kurds in Syria are linked to the PKK. USA officials disclosed on May 9 Mr Trump's approval of plans to supply the YPG as it advances toward the so-called Islamic ...
  • N.Korea says missile test part of defense effort

    N.Korea says missile test part of defense effort

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    Though President Donald Trump has expressed willingness to meet Kim "under the right circumstances", many in his administration want to launch a pre-emptive strike if Pyongyang conducts its sixth nuclear test or fires a missile that could reach the US mainland.
  • Stage 4 of Amgen Tour of California takes off from Santa Barbara

    Stage 4 of Amgen Tour of California takes off from Santa Barbara

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    The Santa Barbara route was one of the numerous panoramic sections along the course during the seven-stage cycling competition. In what seems like the blink of an eye, the bicyclists zipped down East Cabrillo Boulevard at 11:30 a.m. Bora-Hansgrohe's Rafal Majka, who won Monday's stage two, retained the overall lead ahead of Lotto NL-Jumbo's George Bennett. The Amgen Tour of California continues to set attendance records, as the largest cycling event in the United States.
  • Ohio high school students get pepper sprayed for class

    Ohio high school students get pepper sprayed for class

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    The exercise was supposed to help students interested in a career in law enforcement to understand the effects of pepper spray, according to Mashable. Barberton is about 40 miles (64 kilometers) south of Cleveland. The video was posted on the pro police Blue Lives Matters website and has since been viewed more hundreds of thousands of times.
  • Elderly Patients Treated By Older Doctors Face Increased Risk Of Dying

    Elderly Patients Treated By Older Doctors Face Increased Risk Of Dying

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    Tsugawa's team looked at mortality, readmissions and cost of care for the patients, aged 65 and older, in the 30 days after they were admitted to hospital. The findings might not carry over to non-Medicare patients, or patients cared for by surgeons and by other specialists. The researchers stress their results are purely observational and no causal relationship between doctor age and patient relationship can be inferred.
  • Being 'fat but fit' is a myth, obesity experts say

    Being 'fat but fit' is a myth, obesity experts say

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    The team looked for markers of being metabolically healthy while also being obese. "This is the largest prospective study of the association between metabolically healthy obesity and cardiovascular disease events,", said Dr. Being "fat but fit" does not reduce the risk of having a heart failure or stroke, according to a study by British scientists. It is generally agreed to be imperfect because athletes and very fit people with dense muscle can have the same BMI as somebody who is obese.
  • Gilas Pilipinas on verge of SEABA gold after Vietnam win

    Gilas Pilipinas on verge of SEABA gold after Vietnam win

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    Raymond Almazan of the Philippines scores against Van Hung Nguyen of Vietnam during the Southeast Asia Basketball Association Championship on Wednesday at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. "We have a better chance of matching the Philippines tomorrow with the addition of Jamarr (Johnson) and Arki (Wisnu)", said head coach Jati Widayat Wahyu.
  • Ransomware attack: Who's been hit

    Ransomware attack: Who's been hit

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    China remained a major source of attack from infected computers, at least during the Asian day, said Michael Gazeley, managing director of Network Box, a Hong Kong-based cybersecurity firm. Tehan said that Australia's critical infrastructure had also avoided infection. The Electronic Frontier Foundation also called for more visibility into the government's use of security flaws , saying Wanna Cry "points to the need for transparency into and reform of how the government handles software ...
  • England's emergency units open 'as normal' again after cyber attack

    England's emergency units open 'as normal' again after cyber attack

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    Computers booting up to start the workweek might continue the spread of "WannaCry", a ransomware attack where hackers lock down a computer and threaten to delete all its data unless a ransom is paid. If you are using an "obsolete" operating system like Windows XP, pay to convert to Windows 10. Keep security software up to date. He noted, however, the complexity that can be involved in patching a security hole.
  • AAA: 1.2 million Michiganders to travel for Memorial Day

    AAA: 1.2 million Michiganders to travel for Memorial Day

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    AAA says it expects more than 1.2 million people in MI will travel 50 miles or more in the four days surrounding Memorial Day . According to AAA's travel forecast, 2.08 million Floridians are expected to travel during the holiday weekend, the most since 2005 and a 3.3 percent increase from a year ago.
  • Yellow-eyed penguins could be wiped out in 25 years

    Yellow-eyed penguins could be wiped out in 25 years

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    Using these data, scientists calculated how many adults and Chicks were dying for each year of observations, as many new penguins were born and how long they survive. The new research considered a variety factors driving the decline of the yellow-eyed penguin. "Any further losses of yellow-eyed penguins will bring forward the date of their local extinction ".