• In Riyadh speech, Trump says India has 'suffered repeated barbaric attacks'

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    Qassemi said Washington was "reinvigorating terrorists in the region by its hostile policies" and "should stop selling arms to unsafe terrorists". There was no mention also of civil liberties and human rights violations - and Arab leaders should feel relieved. We are not here to tell other people how to live, what to do, who to be or how to worship.
  • Take it easy on the juice, pediatricians say

    Take it easy on the juice, pediatricians say

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    Fruit juice for children younger than 1 year old is now a no-no, according to new guidelines by the American Academy of Pediatrics . For kids who are already hooked on juice, Bergert recommends mixing it with water. Steven A. Abrams, chairman of the Department of Pediatrics at the Dell Medical School at the University of Texas, and co-author of the policy statement told CNN .
  • US forces kill seven Al-Qaeda militants in Yemen raid: Pentagon

    US forces kill seven Al-Qaeda militants in Yemen raid: Pentagon

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    The officials and the tribesmen spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not allowed to talk to reporters. It also has used its English-language magazine to encourage attacks against the West, officials said, and has been linked to the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, the 2009 Foot Hood mass shooting and other lone-wolf attacks in the USA and Europe.
  • Manchester Bombing 'Act Of Evil', Says City's Mayor Andy Burnham

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    He then described the incident as an evil act. The statement reads: "Our thoughts and prayers go out to those who have lost loved ones and the injured, all their families and all those affected by this awful event. Speaking this morning, Burnham, who was elected as mayor of Manchester on May 4, said "after our darkest of nights, Manchester is today waking up to the most hard of dawns".
  • Sohail joins Pakistan Champions Trophy squad as replacement

    Sohail joins Pakistan Champions Trophy squad as replacement

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    Umar had initially failed the fitness during the short conditioning camp in Lahore and was not considered for the West Indies tour which followed. Umar on Sunday was asked to pack his bags and leave for Pakistan from Birmingham , England after he failed the fitness test twice.
  • Mother says sunscreen gave her daughter severe burns

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    She was blistering", Cannon said. Numerous sunscreens also contain ingredients like oxybenzone , which can affect our hormones, and vitamin A , which can make us even more sensitive to the Sun. Organic materials act chemically and absorb UV rays. Dr. Adam Friedman also recommended parents use mineral block sunscreens on children until they are at least four years of age.
  • Trump Administration Wants Sanctuary City Ruling Reconsidered After Memo

    Trump Administration Wants Sanctuary City Ruling Reconsidered After Memo

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    In a court filing, the Justice Department said new legal guidance from the attorney general on Monday contradicted Orrick's reasons for granting the injunction . For example, in a 2012 drug conspiracy case involving some 35 defendants, an assistant US attorney put Damien Mick "on notice" that if he sought to be released pending trial she would file an 851 motion subjecting him to a minimum 20-year sentence upon conviction, telling the court: "It's a hard and fast provision I have in these ...
  • Almost All Wannacry Victims Were Using Windows 7, So Update Your Stuff

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    Wanakiwi works on Windows XP , 7, and 2003. What made WannaCry especially nasty is that it was able to spread in a worm-like fashion across networks. The researchers said, however, that the tools are not ideal and work only if the computers infected with the WannaCry ransomware have not been rebooted after being hit.
  • United Kingdom police: 19 killed, around 50 injured after explosion at Grande concert

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    Yoshihide Suga, the government's chief cabinet secretary, says: "If this is a terrorist attack, such abhorrent acts of terrorism can not be justified for any reason, and Japan firmly condemns such an act of terrorism". Chinese President Xi Jinping phoned Queen Elizabeth to offer condolances, and the Prime Minister of India, Narenda Modi, condemned the attack in a Tweet .
  • Michael Flynn to invoke 5th Amendment

    Michael Flynn to invoke 5th Amendment

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    Separately on Monday, the Washington Post reported that Trump asked two of the country's top intelligence officials, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and National Security Agency Director Admiral Michael Rogers, to help him deny any collusion between his team and Russian Federation during his presidential campaign.