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Two die in mass food poisoning outbreak at Mosul camp for displaced

More than 750,000 people have been displaced from the city since October. People were being treated in three hospitals in the area. The food was provided by a non-governmental organization for the iftar . RAF is the acronym for the Qatar-based Thani Bin Abdullah Al Thani Foundation for Humanitarian Services, a charity that collects donations for aid work around the world, including meals for needy families during Ramadan. Read More »

Srinagar: Cop killed in terror attack


On Wednesday, LeT terrorist Abu Ukasha had warned J&K cops to join them for the Kashmir cause. Shabir is survived by a wife, who is pregnant, and 13 months old son, Ayan Shabir. "Dar was referred to Srinagar hospital but unfortunately he succumbed to injuries on the way". Two policemen were injured when militants attacked a police "naka" (checkpost) here on Thursday evening, police said. Read More »

A lot to do this summer at Eatonton-Putnam Library


The kickoff also featured special guests from a galaxy not so far away - Storm Troopers from Star Wars 501st Legion. "So kids can come to the library during the summer and can read whatever they want and reconnect with the excitement of learning", said Waite. Read More »

Lead Detected In Baby Food Samples. Pediatricians Say There's No Safe Level


Bole explains. The samples studied were not identified by brand, and the levels of lead are thought to be relatively low. The Environmental Defense Fund explored data from the Food and Drug Administration , finding what it calls "detectable" levels of lead in some baby food, though there's no information about how much or which brands are involved. Read More »

University of Michigan regents approve free-tuition program


The University of MI is planning to pay the tuition of some students. That will cost $79.80 more for in-state, full-time undergraduate students and $86.16 for in-state, full-time graduate students. The regents project the increases will bring in about $736 million for the upcoming academic year. PSU said in a news release announcing the increase that the money raised by the hike will be "entirely devoted" to operational expenses that are expected to rise beginning this fall. Read More »

Michigan man freed after 41 years after evidence questioned


I expected this to happen. Prosecutors are no longer confident in the hair evidence used to convict him. The WMU-Cooley Innocence Project filed a motion for a new trial on January 19, and the prosecutor's office agreed that hair comparison evidence used against Watkins doesn't meet today's legal standards. Read More »

We prefer a consensus presidential candidate: Congress


Azad said even as the opposition leaders were meeting, it has been disclosed that the three-member team constituted by BJP to hold discussion with opposition parties for a consensus will meet opposition leaders including Gandhi. If the BJP-led NDA and the Opposition fail to reach a consensus over a suitable candidate, polls shall take place on July 17. WION takes a look at some of the names that could emerge as candidates in the Presidential elections slated for next month. Read More »

Texans to start training camp in West Virginia on July 26


The Patriots will also hold joint practices with the Jaguars in Foxboro on August 7-8, ahead of their preseason game at Gillette Stadium on August 10. Then one additional practice is scheduled before the team travels to Carolina for their preseason opener on Wednesday. The New Orleans Saints held training camp at The Greenbrier for the past three years, but opted not to return. Read More »

Two of the dirtiest beaches in CA are located in LA county


According to the report, which is based on monitoring the poorest dry weather water quality in California during the past summer, two of Humboldt County's five monitored beaches made the list. Two Los Angeles County beaches landed on Heal the Bay's " Beach Bummers " list of heavily polluted ocean water - the Santa Monica Pier placing sixth and Mother's Beach in Marina del Rey ranked ninth. Read More »

Eagles sign Pro Bowl LT Jason Peters to extension


But progress at cornerback was harder to measure. At some point I'm going to have to hang it up. He started all 16-games as a rookie. Wentz touted "real competition" among the upgraded receiving corps. "He's pushed the guys to another level". "Believe it or not there are attractive summers, so it'll be fun getting together with those guys", Wentz said. Read More »

Congressional Baseball Game raises more than $1 million


Rep. Steve Scalise , one of the truly great people, is in very tough shape - but he is a real fighter. "Steve, in his own way, may have brought some unity to our long-divided country", Trump said in the Roosevelt Room. Pence praised their heroism, echoing many others who have said that the tragedy could have claimed countless lives had they not been there and acted swiftly. Read More »

No longer the hot new thing? Teen vaping falls, study says


Health officials have anxious about the booming popularity of vaping products among kids, and the potential impact the trend may have on adult smoking rates in the future. The latest data showed no decline in cigarette use among middle school students, where the rate was 2.2 percent in 2016 and 2.3 percent in 2015. "And the U.S. Read More »

Price Target Analysis Intel Corporation

In other Intel Corporation news, CFO Robert Holmes Swan bought 13,888 shares of Intel Corporation stock in a transaction on Monday, June 5th. Jacobus Wealth Management Inc. During the same quarter past year, the company earned $0.54 EPS. The current consensus recommendation provided by covering analysts is 2.50. The business also recently announced a quarterly dividend, which was paid on Thursday, June 1st. Read More »

Teen charged with fatally stabbing dog to avoid pound

perth_map Manatee County. Cox asked officers, "Are you here about the dog?" and invited them into the backyard. Deputies patted Cox down to see if he had any weapons in his possession. The suspect said that he could not keep the dog because animals were not allowed where he was temporarily living. He told them he wanted to shoot it but he knew that would be illegal, so he stabbed the dog. Read More »

South Africa's Gigaba says will make further budget cuts as recession bites


Gigaba cited several factors that hamper the country's growth. Unemployment is at a 14-year high of 27.7%. These include the downgrade of the country's credit rating to junk status by Standard & Poor's and Fitch in April and a decision by Moody's in early June to downgrade South Africa's long term foreign and local currency debt ratings at "Baa3 with negative outlook". Read More »

Spirit Realty Capital, Inc. (SRC) Closed its Previous Trade at $7.7

In related news, insider Jackson Hsieh purchased 13,400 shares of Spirit Realty Capital stock in a transaction that occurred on Monday, June 5th. (NYSE: SRC ) traded up 0.54% during midday trading on Friday, reaching $7.50. While the company's share hit the 52 week high on 08/04/16 stationing the value of $13.97. Finally, TheStreet cut shares of Spirit Realty Capital from a "b-" rating to a "c+" rating in a research note on Wednesday, March 15th. Read More »

Scotland clinch historic ODI victory over Zimbabwe


Record run-scorer Kyle Coetzer's 109 put the hosts in a strong position at The Grange, while Craig Wallace and Michael Leask shone lower down the order with respective knocks of 58 and 59 as Scotland finished on 317-6, posting their second-highest score against a full member nation to set the tourists a challenging target. Read More »

Erendira Wallenda hangs by her teeth from helicopter over Niagara Falls


Erendira Wallenda planned the stunt to mark the fifth anniversary of her husband's televised death-defying 1,800 foot tightrope walk from the NY side of Niagara Falls into Canada. Enerdira did make history - breaking the record by 100ft - a record formerly held by her husband, Nik. Husband and wife come from world-famous circus and daredevil families. Read More »

Texas congressman's staffer among those wounded in shooting


Rep. Williams said Barth and the Capitol Hill police officers who took down the gunman are all heroes. Roger Williams (R-Tex.) wrote that Zack Barth , a legislative correspondent in his office, was wounded in the shooting. "There's not much scheduling going on up here at 6:30 in the morning, so in terms of practice, there's no excuses", freshman Kansas Rep. Roger Marshall, a Republican, told Roll Call in a preview piece on the game . Read More »

NBA Summer League Schedule released, Lakers to play Celtics


Minnesota won four straight playoff games past year to reach the Summer League championship. Pacific Time, the Lakers face the Boston Celtics in a match up that should place the no. The Mavericks play Chicago at 3:30 p.m. (Dallas time) on July 8, Phoenix at 3:30 p.m. on July 9 and Miami at 7 p.m. on July 11. Last season, however, D'Angelo Russell stole all the headlines last season not only with his spectacular play, but also his game-winner over the Sixers. Read More »

Mosquitoes in Niles test positive for West Nile virus


Lon Kightlinger, state epidemiologist for the department, said in a release. West Nile virus has now been reported in eight Wisconsin counties: Dane, Chippewa, Marathon, Juneau, Sauk, Fond du Lac, Washington and Waukesha counties. Flexible drainage pipe is commonly used to drain water from downspouts, but if not properly installed, they can hold water and breed mosquitoes. Landscape to prevent water from pooling in low-lying areas. Read More »

Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc

About shares traded. Hartford Financial Services Group Inc (NYSE:HIG) has risen 9.92% since June 14, 2016 and is uptrending. About 1.06 million shares traded. Apriem Advsrs invested in 0% or 27 shares. M&T Commercial Bank has 40,242 shares. The institutional investor owned 1,974,551 shares of the insurance provider's stock after buying an additional 82,564 shares during the period. Read More »

Trump Makes A Surprise Visit To Hospital Treating Critically Injured Congressman


Rep. Steve Scalise of Louisiana, was shot by a rifle-wielding gunman Wednesday morning at a congressional baseball practice just outside of Washington . Rep. Jeff Duncan, R-South Carolina, said he encountered a man in the parking lot near the field, later identified as the gunman , who "asked me if the team practicing was a Democrat or Republican team". Read More »

Baccalauréat : près de 6.700 candidats vont plancher dans l'académie de Limoges

La section générale accueille, elle, 1174 inscrits. Certains candidats étaient obligés de rester devant les centres de déroulement pour ne pas rater l'épreuve de l'après-midi. 53% des candidats ont choisi la série générale, 28% la série professionnelle et 19% la série technologique. Cette année, les résultats seront connus à partir du 3 Juillet. Read More »