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Cut by Bills on Sunday

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The Bills also were planning to waive wide receiver Philly Brown , according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. The Bills claimed three players off waivers on Sunday, but none was a running back. The changes are part of an offseason overhaul that began with the hiring of coach Sean McDermott in January, and continued with general manager Brandon Beane's hiring in May. Lire la suite »

Kyle Sloter will sign with Vikings' practice squad

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The Vikings almost tripled the standard $7,200 per week practice salary to land Sloter, who attracted interest from multiple teams, including the Broncos. By all accounts - he was not claimed on waivers Sunday - Sloter is not quite ready for first-team, regular-season game speed this year. Klis reported that the 23-year-old Sloter will get $20,000 a week from the Vikings. Lire la suite »

Almost half a million peoples' pacemakers are at risk of being hacked

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Cardiologists recognize that this is terrifying news for patients but they should not worry. The US Food and Drug Administration announced today that 465,000 pacemakers have a security vulnerability that could be exploited to make the device operate too quickly or deplete its batteries, and these devices need firmware updates to keep them from getting hacked. Lire la suite »

Heat records broken over all Bay Area

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And folks will not get a break on Sunday from the record-breaking temperatures that have scorched the Bay Area these past few days. The heat was so extreme that the Bay Area Rapid Transit system was running trains slower than normal to help engineers spot any warped tracks before hitting them. Lire la suite »

Britons arrested in Magaluf drugs raid

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Magaluf: Gang allegedly distributed drugs around town. According to local reports, they were selling around eight kilograms of cocaine a month and were smuggling drugs into Majorca in speedboats. Officers seized 3kg of high purity cocaine , 103,000 euros (around £100,000) in cash and other recreational drugs including ecstasy. Operation Tatum, which took place in the early hours of Thursday morning, resulted in the seizure of 3.5 kilos of cocaine - worth around £150,000. Lire la suite »

United States plans to withdraw from free trade agreement with S. Korea

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Reacting to the new wave of tensions in the wake of the North's launch, Russian Federation said it was "extremely worried" about the situation in North Korea and blasted a "tendency towards an escalation". "From what I understand, Minister Song simply mentioned nuclear weapons while discussing ways to rein in North Korea's nuclear and missile provocations", the official said. Lire la suite »

Recall mixture of breading possibly contaminated with salmonella

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The products affected by the recall were sold nationally. If you think you became sick from consuming a recalled product, call your doctor. Check to see if you have recalled products in your home. Young children, pregnant women, the elderly and people with weakened immune systems may contract serious and sometimes deadly infections. "Long-term complications may include severe arthritis". Lire la suite »

Suspended Gorakhpur Medical College doctor arrested

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Dr Khan, who was removed from his post after the incident, was arrested just before he was allegedly trying to flee to Nepal, police said. Two days back Dr Rajiv and his medico-wife Purnima Shukla were sent to judicial custody for 14 days. Lire la suite »

UK's May reassures on Brexit, backs Japan on North Korea

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To make the case, May takes with her 15 business executives, from Aston Martin Lagonda Ltd. Speaking on a business trip to Japan created to reassure investors that the British economy will flourish after Brexit , May indicated that the first step in recasting Britain as a world leader in free trade would be to copy European Union trade agreements. Lire la suite »

Britain's May visits Japan with eye on Brexit fears

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A 15-strong delegation of UK business leaders, along with International Trade Secretary Liam Fox are flying out for the visit and will attend the UK Japan business forum in central Tokyo , where the PM will make a speech. Before the meeting , May described Japan as "the UK's closest security partner in Asia" and a "like-minded partner". Mrs May said: 'You will reap what you sow. Lire la suite »

First gene therapy that targets leukemia approved in the US

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The first CAR-T version, developed by Novartis and the University of Pennsylvania, is approved for use by several hundred patients a year who are desperately ill with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, or ALL. Now 12, she has been free of leukemia for more than five years. Patients' collected immune cells will be frozen and shipped to a Novartis factory in New Jersey that creates each dose, a process the company says should take about three weeks. Lire la suite »

Aged care homes flu toll rises in Tasmania

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The death toll from an influenza outbreak in aged care homes has risen with a Tasmanian nursing home confirming six of its residents died last month during one of the "worst flu seasons ever". Mr Hunt is also demanding answers from the Victorian government as to why there was a 20-day delay between the Victorian Health Department being told of the flu deaths and the Commonwealth Health Department being notified. Lire la suite »

Georgia vs Republic of Ireland Match updates

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Ireland , as they sometimes have before, got an early goal that seemed to shock them into inaction. But their advantage would only last half an hour as the hosts pegged them back. And so it proved with Georgia having 74% of the possession in a game were Ireland often looked laboured, bereft of ideas, and, in truth, lucky to escape Tbilisi with a point thanks to Shane Duffy's goal. Lire la suite »

Hepatitis A virus found in sample of pineapple chunks sold in Alberta

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The snacks have a a best-before date of August 19. Hepatitis A is an infection of the liver caused by a virus that is common in many parts of the developing world. Symptoms, which may develop 15 to 50 days after exposure, include yellow skin or eyes, loss of appetite, fever, tiredness, stomach ache, nausea, dark coloured urine, and light or whitish coloured bowel movements. Lire la suite »

Paisa Vasool emerges Balayya's second biggest opener, reports negative

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The trailer promises an out and out commercial entertainer with Nandamuri Balakrishna kicking ass and delivering epic one liners in style. Staying right opposite to the house is a girl called Harika (Muskaan) along with her mother. NBKs Paisa Vasool created a buzz in overseas market as well. Such was the review of Paisa Vasool by the critics. Moreover, the sequences and scenes are clumsy and poorly written. Lire la suite »

Relief for Hurricane Harvey victims

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The announcement comes on the heels of President Trump personally donating $ 1 million , while the Trump administration is expected to request $5.9 billion in supplemental funding from Congress to support relief efforts. Shelters are open all across Texas. "We need volunteers in Texas and then, because so many of our volunteers will be deployed, we need volunteers to step up here", she said. Lire la suite »

Fish In The Great Lakes Are On Antidepressants

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Singh said the amount of antidepressants in fish brains doesn't pose a threat to people who eat fish, especially since most people don't eat fish brains. These plants generally concentrate on killing bacteria and removing solids and faeces, but need to address drugs that are often being ignored, says the team behind the study. Lire la suite »

Celgene Corporation (CELG) Stock Rating Reaffirmed by Cantor Fitzgerald

Celgene Corporation (NASDAQ: CELG ) last issued its quarterly earnings data on Thursday, July 27th. It has outperformed by 0.30% the S&P500. Abner Herrman & Brock Ltd reported 1.48% stake. Investors sentiment increased to 1.28 in Q4 2016. Its down 0.13, from 1.11 in 2016Q3. It increased, as 33 investors sold TRMB shares while 124 reduced holdings. Lire la suite »

Fernando Alonso Not Committed To Future With Honda, says Hasegawa

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But if Toro Rosso elects to remain with current supplier Renault , Honda would have no other choice but to pull the plug on its F1 program, a prospect Todt wants to avoid. Brown also added that the team had contingency plans in place if Fernando Alonso did not extend his contract with the team. So we need to take a view, which we've not finalised yet, as to whether we think they can get to where we need them to be. Lire la suite »

Holly Neher's First Pass as Female HS QB ... Touchdown!

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Neher is in her first season after playing quarterback for the school's flag football team last spring. She connected with Shelton on another play before the end of the night, finishing the game with two completions for 66 yards. It was her first pass of the game. Neher's knack for the deep ball didn't go unnoticed. Many on Twitter , including some prominent Floridians, congratulated Neher on her accomplishment. Lire la suite »

UF willing to consider new date for white nationalist's speech

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Spencer is the head of the National Policy Institute, a prominent alt-right nonprofit. UF said it will consider the request from Spencer if he requests to speak on a different date. The school says it didn't mean to "permanently" bar Spencer last month when it rejected an application filed by the organization he leads, the Tampa Bay Times reports. Lire la suite »

Joe Arpaio Pardoned by President Trump

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Arpaio - virulently anti-immigrant and, along with Mr. Trump one of the original "birthers" questioning former President Obama's citizenship - "was convicted in July of criminal contempt of court for disregarding a federal judge's orders to stop detaining people based exclusively on the suspicion that they were in the country illegally", according to a recent New York Times editorial. Lire la suite »

P leader Khawaja Izharul Hassan survives assassination attempt

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Khawaja Izharul Hassan while narrating the incident said:"They were wearing helmets and were garbed in police uniforms, adding that the assailants opened fire right after they saw him exiting the prayer area". Another MQM leader Faisal Sabzwari cites eye-witnesses as saying that the attackers donned a police uniform. Senior MQM-P leader Farooq Sattar, while addressing media here following the assassination attempt on Khwaja Izhar, said he strongly condemns the incident. Lire la suite »