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Inflation drops by 1% in Nigeria


It said the urban index rose by 16.34 per cent (year-on-year) in May 2017 from 17.62 per cent recorded in April. Nigeria's Inflation rate has continued its steady fall, coming down to 16.25% for the month of May. Accordingly, the rural index increased by 16.02 per cent in May from 16.69 per cent in April. The Composite Food Index rose by 19.27 percent in May2017. Lire la suite »

British and European Union negotiators to launch Brexit talks on Monday

Brexit Secretary David Davis and the European Commission's chief negotiator Michel Barnier agreed during discussions in Brussels on Thursday to start formal talks over the UK's departure on 19 June. Britain and the European Union now have less than two years to conclude exit negotiations before the UK's departure date at the end of March 2019. Brussels has insisted talks on the so-called divorce, taking in issues including the fee the United Kingdom will have to pay to sever its ties, must ... Lire la suite »

Man at center of Flint death case lived there all his life


Michigan Department of Health Human Services Chief Medical Executive Eden Wells also has been charged with lying to a peace officer and obstruction of justice related to an alleged attempt to stop an investigation into the health crisis in Flint and later misleading investigators as to her actions. Lire la suite »

"Je ne suis pas devenu muet en entrant Place Vendôme" — François Bayrou

Retrouvez cet article sur Francetv infoLe retour du service national compromisLa loi de moralisation de la vie publique au Conseil des ministresLutte contre le terrorisme: May et Macron pressent les géants du webQuatre signes qui montrent que François Bayrou est fragilisé au sein du gouvernementLes 5 infos des législatives aujourd'hui: Bayrou fait face à de nouvelles révélations, Valls se trouve des soutiens communistes, des candidats LREM refusent le débat. Lire la suite »

Emmanuel Macron Tells Theresa May EU's 'Door Remains Open' to UK

May said the British government was already working with social media companies "to halt the spread of extremist material and poisonous propaganda that warps young minds", adding: "But we know they need to do more". Larger scale attacks killed dozens in Nice last year and in Paris the year before that. The PM's predecessor David Cameron, meanwhile, claimed in Poland that there would be "pressure for a softer Brexit" and Parliament now "deserves a say" on the issue. Lire la suite »

Premières remises des copies jeudi — Bac

Il vient clore, un enseignement qui a commencé en Maternelle, récompensant la fin des études secondaires. Plus de 120 candidats supplémentaires en 2017 En Guyane, ils sont 3306 prétendants au baccalauréat 2017, toutes filières confondues.Le baccalauréat professionnel sera passé par 1412 d'entre eux cette année (120 élèves de plus que l'an dernier). Lire la suite »

Breast cancer 'wonder drug' to become available on the NHS


Kadcyla has been approved for routine use after "tough negotiations" over two years that set a precedent for efforts to force down the cost of expensive new medicines. It is only licenced for use after patients have been given trastuzumab (Herceptin) and a type of chemotherapy drug called a taxane. A new deal on breast cancer drug #Kadcyla means we can now recommend it for routine funding on the NHS. Lire la suite »

Uber boss Travis Kalanick takes indefinite leave as CEO

Three months after two female former employees aired horrifying allegations of rampant sexual harassment, homophobia and racism which they said was fostered by Kalanick and his entrusted circle of senior executives. 'Uber should take steps to provide clear guidelines about acceptable and unacceptable uses of alcohol and strictly prohibit the use of controlled substances, including prohibiting consumption of alcohol during core work hours and prohibiting consumption of non-prescription ... Lire la suite »

Nature's Path recalling granola for possible listeria contamination


Although no illnesses have been reported yet, Trader Joe's is removing potentially affected bags from their shelves after the product's supplier alerted them to the possible contamination. Food contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes may not look or smell spoiled but can still make you sick. Listeria can cause fever, vomiting, nausea, headache and neck stiffness. Lire la suite »

Dog food recalled due to possible salmonella contamination


Human symptoms of Salmonella food poisoning include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea that may be bloody, abdominal cramps, and fever. The possible Salmonella contamination was due to a single finished ingredient that was supplied to Loving Pets from a United States of America based supplier. Lire la suite »

THREE Celebrities have entered the Big Brother house


The fuming I'm A Celeb quipped : ' No that's really bad, ' before adding: ' Do you know that's so f**king bad'. She then declared: " This is a p**stake " - with the choice of wording causing even MORE laughs from her pals. Meanwhile, Geordie Shore's Marnie (25), glamour model Nicola (35) and TOWIE's Gemma (36) are no strangers to the Big Brother house - having all appeared in recent series. Lire la suite »

Champions Trophy: India put Bangladesh into bat

The match is at Edgbaston, Birmingham . After winning the toss Kohli said, "Looks like a fresh wicket , should stay the same throughout". The bowling attack will pose few fears for India whose big hitters will be chomping at the bit to free their arms. Lire la suite »

Trump Administration trying to 'weaken' and 'dilute' bipartisan Russian sanctions

Senator Bob Corker said . USA senators have voted overwhelmingly to impose fresh sanctions on Russian Federation over its alleged interference in last year's election. In December, following the election, the Obama administration imposed new sanctions against Russian Federation and expelled a number of its diplomats as punishment for meddling in the presidential election. Lire la suite »

Slowing US consumer inflation could give Fed pause

The ONS added that Consumer Price Index including owner occupiers' housing costs (CPIH) rose to 2.7% from 2.6% in April, while the Retail Price Index (RPI), which includes council tax and mortgage interest payments, increased to 3.7% in May from 3.5% a month earlier. Lire la suite »

Funeral set for prison guard killed in escape

This combo of undated photos provided Tuesday, June 13, 2017, by the Georgia Department of Corrections shows inmate Ricky Dubose , left, and Donnie Russell Rowe . The dark green auto was under a heavy canopy of trees and could not be spotted by air, Sills said. The FBI promised a "comprehensive update" on the investigation at a Thursday news conference with state and local law enforcement officials in Madison. Lire la suite »

French fries can kill you. Read below and know how?


The research successfully determined that people who consume home-made or restaurant-made french fries are twice likely to die from early death compared to those who did not eat fried chips at all. "The frequent consumption of fried potatoes appears to be associated with an increased mortality risk ", the authors wrote in their conclusion. Meanwhile, Dr. Lire la suite »

Attacked while running, woman drowns rabid raccoon in puddle


Borch, 21, knew immediately that something was wrong with the raccoon that was charging toward her. She couldn't find a way to release the raccoon's grip, and couldn't bring herself to attack it herself, so she stuck her hand into a nearby puddle until the animal drowned to death. Lire la suite »

Statins may speed up onset of Parkinson's symptoms

A recent study reported that people who stopped using statins were more likely to be diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, a finding interpreted as evidence that statins protect against Parkinson's disease. They identified that almost 22,000 people with Parkinson's disease and narrowed the number to 2,322 patients with newly diagnosed Parkinson's disease. Lire la suite »

Non-dairy products in Europe banned from using word 'milk'


The ECJ was ruling on a case refereed to it by a German court involving vegan food distributor Tofutown which sells products with names including "soyatoo tofu butter" and "veggie cheese". The European Court of Justice said dairy terms could only be used while marketing or advertising designated animal products. Products with ingredients specifically created to replace the dairy content are prohibited from using the terms. Lire la suite »

NZers urged to Give Nothing to Racism


The video, described as "pretty hard case and hard hitting as well", is aimed at reminding people that racism starts small, but every little bit helps. "Play the ball not the person". In fact, in a striking video released today and marketed to Kiwis (but suuuuper relevant to Aussies), the director of Boy, What We Do In The Shadows and Thor: Ragnarok calls on you to give precisely nothing to racism. Lire la suite »

Congressman Steve Scalise One Of 4 Shot in Alexandria, VA

A total of five people were struck in the shooting, including the gunman , now identified as 66-year-old James Hodgkinson from the state of IL. "Just left hospital. President Donald Trump is calling for unity after a shooting that injured a top House Republican leader. Fox News anchor Bret Baier tweeted that Scalise was shot in the hip and is expected to survive. Lire la suite »

Special counsel Robert Mueller investigating Trump for obstruction of justice

According to American reports , special counsel Robert Mueller is now probing whether the President's conduct was against the law. "We are not in a position to comment further". "That's Bob Mueller's job to sort that out". "I will defend the integrity of that investigation". The Post report only further embroils Trump and his presidency in legal problems that also feature lawsuits from the District of Columbia and Maryland, as well as almost 200 congressional Democrats, over his ... Lire la suite »