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Wild Monkeys are spreading Herpes to people, researchers alert


Yet the researchers have not scrutinized this issue in depth. That makes them a public health threat, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention researchers concluded in the journal Emerging Infectious Diseases . The researchers estimate that up to 30% of the scores of Florida's feral macaques could be active carriers of herpes B, and in an environment where frequent interaction between animals and humans occur, there is high potential for scratches and bites. Read More »

Trump cancelled United Kingdom visit as he is not welcome here: London Mayor


Some U.K. lawmakers had said Trump was not welcome in Britain after he re-tweeted videos from a far-right British group and criticized London Mayor Sadiq Khan following a terror attack past year. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders did not reply to a request for comment. SOT: JEREMY SHAPIRO, RESEARCH DIRECTOR AT THE EUROPEAN COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS (ENGLISH): Jeremy Shapiro of the European Council on Foreign Relations cautioned against trying to make sense of Trump's ... Read More »

Abdul Qudoos Bizenjo elected Balochistan chief minister


Pakistan's ruling PML-N today suffered an embarrassing loss in Balochistan at the hands of its rival party whose member Abdul Quddus Bizenjo was elected as the southwestern state's new chief minister. Abdul Quddus Bizenjo was born in Awaran on Januaray 1, 1974, and contested elections for the first time in 2002. In PB-41, the turnout was 1.18 per cent, while only 672 people cast their vote. Read More »

Army Chief: Army Ready To Call Pakistan's Nuke Bluff


The education minister further said that all schools across the country teach students about India and the state they live in. He said Indian Army has been targeting Pakistan posts which support terrorists to infiltrate into India, adding Pakistan has been calling for de-escalating the situation. Read More »

USA deploys B-2 stealth bombers to Guam


Air Force airmen on January 9, according to the Washington Examiner . The bombers and service members were sent to Andersen Air Force Base, according to the PAF. The deployment announcement of the stealth aircraft came the same day North Korean and South Korean delegations held talks, the first time since 2015. Read More »

European Union reiterates commitment to Iran N-deal after Trump's decision


US President Donald Trump announced he would not reimpose nuclear sanctions on Iran, keeping a landmark 2015 deal alive... for now. Although the U.S. The U.N. nuclear watchdog agency has repeatedly found Iran is complying with those obligations. But the Europeans, who consider the deal a great success contributing to their security, have said that Iran's non-nuclear behavior must be addressed separately. Read More »

Judge Delays Child Sex Offender's Punishment So He Can Attend College


Another charge of possessing child pornography was later dismissed. Speaking from Kamloops, she said it was "unjust" that Neurauter was allowed to finish the current semester. "It discourages victims from coming forward as perpetrators are accommodated and their actions are excused for the sake of not impeding their 'potential'". Read More »

Man kills mother during tantrum over video games, police say


The 68-year-old woman later died at a hospital from her injuries. During their investigation, police determined 28-year-old Matthew Nicholson had been in his bedroom playing video games when he became upset and started yelling. The suspect's sister, Autumn White, says their mother was a loving, kind person. Lydia both worked and volunteered in local schools. Matthew Nicholson had only driven five kilometres away, and police pulled him over near a relative's home in Riverbank. Read More »

President Trump's Africa, Haiti remark criticized locally

Sir, - May I through your pages attempt to do the unthinkable and defend Donald Trump , who was accused of racism after his alleged comments about "s**thole" countries? "Shithole? Thought they said he was so impressed with us just last September?" He doesn't deny that Trump possibly used the word "shithole" to describe Haiti and Africa , but he believes it's been taken out of context. Read More »

'Roseanne' returns to TV as a Trump supporter


The cast shared new details during the Television Critics Association winter press tour, and ABC shared a bunch of photos from the premiere. For a lot of people, including nearly everyone involved in making nearly every single TV show, that's the bare minimum required for them to consider me a human being. Read More »

No. 4 Michigan State barely bounces back, tops Rutgers 76-72


Michigan State's Miles Bridges has been praised often by his coach for breaking the mold of the traditional basketball star: he's humble, doesn't think of himself first and is happy to share the spotlight, or the ball, with teammates. Brianna Fraser led Maryland's team in scoring with 17 points, while shooting 55.6% from the field (making 5 of 9 attempts). Michigan basketball goes on the road to face No. Read More »

Teachings of Swami Vivekananda more relevant today : HP Minister


We want to make our youth job creators. BJYM President Taring Teri while said that we have launched the programme for youths in state which start today with cleanness drive and will be culminated on 24th. Today is the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda and it would be culminated after 23 January as being the birth anniversary of Subash Chandra Bose. Read More »

Trump shock: "Non voglio immigrati da Paesi-cesso"


L'ambasciatore di Haiti , Paul Altidor , ha parlato di "aggressione" e fa sapere che il governo haitiano ha presentato una protesta formale. Trump ha spiegato in un tweet di avere preso la decisione a causa del suo disappunto nei confronti del predecessore Barack Obama , che avrebbe venduto l'attuale ambasciata per "noccioline", per costruirne una da 1,2 miliardi di dollari. Read More »

Deceased woman found at Gwinnett Place Mall ID'd


Reports also stated Man's family members did not have any contact with her following her second disappearance. Man, who was a sophomore at Georgia State University, was enrolled in the Fall 2017 classes as a psychology major. The mall is a shell of what it used to be, but still, shoppers can't believe a body could lie in a mall back room for up to two weeks without anyone noticing. Read More »

China, Southeast Asia leaders gather for Mekong meeting


They have also implemented projects like those dealing with the exchange of officials, free eye surgeries, women's cooperation forums and collaboration among tourist cities. The world's 12th-longest river, the Mekong runs almost 5,000 kilometers (3,100 miles) from the Tibetan Plateau down into mainland Southeast Asia before emptying into the South China Sea in Vietnam. Read More »

Alibaba Group (NYSE:BABA) Receiving Somewhat Positive Media Coverage, Analysis Finds

About 10.08 million shares traded. Alibaba Group Holding Limited (NYSE: BABA ) has price to earnings growth of 10.25, which is a valuation metric for determining relative trade-off among price of a stock. Investors sentiment increased to 1.1 in Q3 2017. Confine focus to firm performance, its weekly performance was -0.27% and monthly performance was 1.17%. Read More »

No anti-incumbency in Karnataka: CM


They demanded an immediate apology from the Congress party for calling the BJP and its affiliates terrorists. Another BJP MLA, BN Vijaya Kumar slammed the Congress saying, "They are dividing the nation on many issues and they are not nationalistic". Read More »

Chris Christie blames Trump for why he's not president, quickly gets humiliated


Supporters pressed Mr. Christie to run for president in 2012, but he instead endorsed former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. The Republican is giving way to Democrat Phil Murphy , who takes office January 16. The prepared text of his remarks didn't show him invoking the name of his friend, President Donald Trump . He also served as chair of a presidential task force on combating the opioid epidemic. Read More »

Slain girl may have been victim of serial killer


Malik Ahmad Khan, the spokesperson of the Punjab government, claimed on Friday that the suspect in the Zainab murder case is a serial killer who kidnaps and kills young girls. Rabbani said that when the Kasur child abuse scandal surfaced in 2015, he had raised concerns that the outrage would die down within a few days, which is why it is necessary that the government take long-term measures to ensure the safety of children. Read More »

Trump slams Senate immigration deal, denies offensive language

Amid the furore the president criticised the immigration proposal. Trump a year ago ended the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which provided protection from deportation and the ability to work legally in the country. In Geneva, the United Nations human rights office said the "racist" remarks would incite xenophobia. Maryland state Sen. Delores Kelley, a Democrat whose daughter in law was born in Haiti , also rose to address the president's comments. Read More »

No announcement of any Trump Iran decision expected on Thursday


The U.S. president must sign a waiver suspending the U.S. sanctions on Iran every 120 days. This is in addition to the five entities in Iran sanctioned last week and previous sanctions targeting Iran's ballistic missile program. "In the absence of such an agreement, the United States will not again waive sanctions in order to stay in the Iran nuclear deal ". The Treasury Department's action hits 14 Iranian officials and companies and businessmen from Iran, China and Malaysia, freezing any ... Read More »

Polling stations close on second day of presidential elections


Results were expected to trickle in throughout the afternoon, with final count expected by Saturday evening. Headlines like "Attack on Zeman" and "A scandalous incident" were splashed across the front pages of Czech daily newspapers today as voters headed to the ballot box for a second day. Read More »

Fugitive from Japanese yakuza gang is given away by tattoos


THAI police on Thursday said a 74-year-old Japanese man accused of a gang murder in Japan 15 years ago has been arrested in Thailand after pictures of his tattoos went viral on social media. In a video provided by Thai police, Shirai is shown wearing a baseball cap and a short-sleeve shirt that he pulled down to reveal colorful irezumi tattoos, which are often associated with underworld figures, on his arms and torso. Read More »

African countries demand Trump apology

On Thursday, Trump was meeting lawmakers to discuss a proposal for an immigration plan when he reportedly grew agitated as the conversation turned to citizens of Haiti and El Salvador, and immigrants from the African continent. "Mr. President, will you respond to these serious questions about your statement , sir?" she asked as he continued to ignore her and several others who asked him about his alleged racist remarks. Read More »

Switzerland Considers the Feelings of the Lobster


Switzerland thus decreed that lobsters should be stunned first before dunking them in hot water to avoid unnecessary suffering. Professor Robert Elwood, who specializes in ecology and evolution at Queens University in Belfast, explained that the new laws put in place by the Swiss government will hopefully inspire other countries to follow. Read More »

Verizon Waives Fees For Subscribers Headed To The Winter Olympics


Barbara Slater, director of BBC Sport said: "We are bringing audiences every moment that matters from Pyeongchang 2018. The good news is that our athletes will probably have the chance to take part in some events for the first time ever, namely freestyle skiing half-pipe, snowboarding parallel giant slalom, bobsleigh and skeleton". Read More »

Australian Open: Ash Barty beats Daria Gavrilova to reach Sydney International final


Barty completed a confident 6-3 6-2 victory over Czech Barbora Strycova, her 201st overall, the fourth in five meetings against Czech player since the beginning of 2017 as she lost to to Kvitova (Birmingham) and beat Vondrousova and Strycova (both at Birmingham) and Karolina Pliskova (Wuhan) "I think it's wonderful for Sydney and for Australian tennis - we're gonna have an Aussie in the final, which is awesome", Barty said after her win at the Ken Rosewall Arena that made her clinch the ... Read More »

SC seeks judge Loya's autopsy report, says matter needs bi-parte hearing


The Supreme Court today agreed to hear a plea seeking an independent probe into the death of special CBI judge BH Loya , who was hearing the alleged Sohrabuddin Sheikh fake encounter case. The case was later transferred to CBI and the trial was shifted to Mumbai. Justice Loya's death in mysterious circumstances had become one of the most debated issues of the previous year, and it looks like the case has bled into the year as well. Read More »

USA military says in 'continuous communication' with Pakistan


The Pakistani military in a statement said Gen. Votel apprised COAS about the U.S. decision regarding Security Assistance and Coalition Support Fund and said that U.S. COAS said that entire Pakistani nation felt betrayed over U.S. recent statements despite decades of cooperation . Besides talking to the leading electronic media channels, Ambassador Chaudhry had many off-the-record meetings with the mainstream US media including Wall Street Journal, Washington Post and others to narrate ... Read More »