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Almost one in four (24%) employers plan to hire in Q3 and another 70% anticipate their headcount will remain unchanged. KwaZulu-Natal employers report the strongest hiring prospects with a Net Employment Outlook of +7%. The weakest outlooks are reported in Brazil and Peru, although Brazil's report is its first positive Outlook in more than two years. Employers in two sectors report uncertain hiring intentions, with Outlooks of -1% reported in both the Agriculture, Hunting, Forestry & Fishing ...
  • Here's a bathing suit with a man's hairy chest printed on it

    Here's a bathing suit with a man's hairy chest printed on it

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    However, retailer Beloved Shirts has taken the trend to hair-rising heights with its Sexy Chest One Piece Swimsuit , which is actually a swimsuit screen printed with a chest hair on it. It's created by Beloved Shirts, a clothing company known for its T-shirts that resemble popular junk foods, including pepperoni pizza, doughnuts, and ramen.
  • US AG to testify in public today over Russian Federation probe

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    Sessions's testimony comes just days after fired FBI Director James Comey told lawmakers that he knew details that made Sessions's involvement in the bureau's Russian Federation probe "problematic". He called for Sessions to clarify what involvement he had in the Russian Federation probe before his recusal; what "safeguards" are now in place; and why he "felt it was appropriate" to recommend Comey's firing when he was leading that investigation.
  • Theresa May, a weakened and fragile leader

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    It was not immediately clear what the DUP's demands might be and one DUP lawmaker suggested support might come vote by vote. "I obviously wanted a different result last night", May acknowledged, promising she would "reflect on what happened".
  • Diabetes drug reduces heart attack risk

    Diabetes drug reduces heart attack risk

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    Metformin is now recommended for those with the condition to reduce insulin intake and stabilise weight, but its effects on the heart and blood vessels have been unknown. The diabetes drug was also found to reduce risk of hospitalization for heart failure and provides protection against kidney function decline. This really is a game changer in the treatment of type 2 diabetes.
  • Indulgent names make vegetables more appealing

    Indulgent names make vegetables more appealing

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    In study, people offered vegetables with an indulgent label ate around three times more than those offered the same meal with healthy eating packaging. Not only that but people were more likely to actually eat their vegetables when they came with an indulgent label. "So we wanted to reframe how people view vegetables, using indulgent labels".
  • Durant leads Warriors to title

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    It was also the first career title for Durant, who left Oklahoma City last July to join the Warriors amid expectations he and Golden State would fill trophy cases. "Since 2012 he is the only one I have ever looked at", Durant said. The Cleveland Cavaliers have been saying they're a better team when their backs are against the wall.
  • World Health Organization calls on governments to implement strong tobacco control measures

    World Health Organization calls on governments to implement strong tobacco control measures

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    In the report , WHO warned that the annual death toll of seven million people had jumped from four million at the turn of the century, making tobacco the world's single biggest cause of preventable death. Money spent on tobacco means less money for necessities such as food, healthcare, shelter, and education while diseases from tobacco cause the poor's untold suffering and drive them deeper into poverty when bread winners fall sick or die early, said minister.
  • Scottish leader Sturgeon says will work to keep Conservatives out of power

    Scottish leader Sturgeon says will work to keep Conservatives out of power

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    Among those defeated were Angus Robertson , the SNP frontman, and Alex Salmond , the former first minister of Scotland . Nicola Sturgeon , First Minister of Scotland and leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP) arrives at the main Glasgow counting centre in Glasgow, Scotland, on June 9, 2017 , hours after the polls closed in Britain's general election.
  • Limited reshuffle points to Theresa May's lack of authority

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    The Herald says Mrs May is risking "Cabinet tensions" as Mr Gove makes his "shock" return to government. Greg Clark has been reappointed as business secretary, in a move backed by Incpen chief executive Paul Vanston, who said on social media it was "helpful news" that the Government could continue with its industrial strategy.
  • San Francisco federal appeals court upholds block on Trump's travel ban

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    It also did not provide any link between their nationality and their propensity to commit terrorism. The ruling came just ahead of a deadline for states challenging the travel ban to submit briefs to the Supreme Court in response to the Trump administration's request that the nine justices hear the case.
  • United Kingdom premier under fire over DUP vote deal

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    But Michel Barnier, Jean-Claude Juncker and the other European Union designated Brexit negotiators may still be little wiser about what the British government either wants or might be willing to settle for. Republican Sinn Fein won seven seats but historically hasn't taken them up in the London chamber. Britain's descent into political crisis just days before the Brexit talks begin has sapped confidence amongst business leaders and infuriated bosses who were already grappling with the ...