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In their last game of the league phase, SRH lost to KKR by 5 wickets as Karthik's team chase down 173 Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium in Uppal. Earlier, in their bid for a place in the final for the third time, KKR bowlers responded to Karthik's decision to bowl first as they never allowed Sunrisers batsmen to break free initially.
  • Putin tells Assad 'all foreign troops' will leave Syria

    Putin tells Assad 'all foreign troops' will leave Syria

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    In 2004 he argued "There was a Shia crescent that went from Damascus to Tehran, passing through Baghdad, where a Shia-dominated government had taken power and was dictating a sectarian brand of politics that was radiating outwards from Iraq across the whole region".
  • Ryanair reports soaring profits in 2018

    Ryanair reports soaring profits in 2018

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    During the 12-month period, Ryanair carried 130.3 million passengers at a 95% load factor. The carrier said it has "limited first half and zero second half fare visibility". Ryanair fell short of its 90% on-time performance target, with punctuality slipping by two points to 86%. Along with its investment in LaudaMotion , Ryanair has a unit called Ryanair Sun , a charter airline operating out of Poland.
  • GE Transportation reaches agreement to merge with Wabtec

    GE Transportation reaches agreement to merge with Wabtec

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    Flannery told GE's annual shareholder meeting last month that the company is "keenly aware of the pain" caused by its poor performance and dividend cut previous year. As part of the restructuring plan announced late previous year, GE is aiming to divest at least $20 billion of assets through sales, spin-offs or other means.
  • Warriors Blow Up Rockets to Take Series Lead

    Warriors Blow Up Rockets to Take Series Lead

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    Game 4 is scheduled for Tuesday night, also in Oakland. Few loved this new side of Steph Curry more than teammate Kevin Durant . The reigning defensive player of the year finished the game with 10 points, 17 rebounds and 6 assists. While speaking to reporters on Monday, Durant needed just two words to offer his endorsement of Curry's in-game cursing. About a minute later, Curry used a screen to get James Harden to switch onto him and he crossed him over and nailed a step-back ...
  • Ebola outbreak in Congo spreads to urban area

    Ebola outbreak in Congo spreads to urban area

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    The fresh outbreak, publicly declared on May 8 with 23 deaths so far, had previously been reported in a rural part of Equateur Province in the vast country's northwest. On average, about 50% of people who become ill with Ebola die. Since then, an experimental vaccine has been developed, and 4,000 doses have arrived in the Congo , with thousands more to follow.
  • 'No flats policy': Kristen Stewart ditches heels on Cannes Red Carpet

    'No flats policy': Kristen Stewart ditches heels on Cannes Red Carpet

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    In fact, the internet reacted to a photo of her staring longingly at Blanchett. The French-Lebanese actress Manal Issa , who first starred in Danielle Arbid's Peur de Rien (Parisienne) in 2015, highlighted the plight of Palestinians killed in Gaza by Israeli occupation forces as she walked the red carpet in Cannes yesterday.
  • Lawsuit says drug company trivialized addiction risk

    Lawsuit says drug company trivialized addiction risk

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    USA state attorneys general of Nevada , Texas , Florida , North Carolina , North Dakota and Tennessee claim Purdue Pharma violated state consumer protection laws by falsely denying or downplaying the addiction risk while overstating the benefits of opioids.
  • STDs reach all-time high in California

    STDs reach all-time high in California

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    This was the highest number the state recorded since reporting began in 1990. Rates of chlamydia are highest among young women, and males account for the majority of syphilis and gonorrhea cases. Dr. Jeffrey Klausner, a medicine professor at UCLA, said that the steady increase, especially in congenital syphilis, is "shameful". Cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea and early syphilis were concentrated among those younger than 30.
  • Indian Congress leader Tharoor named as a suspect in wife's death

    Indian Congress leader Tharoor named as a suspect in wife's death

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    However, after two days, the case was again transferred back to the Delhi Police . "No one who knew Sunanda believes she would ever have committed suicide, let alone abetment on my part", he posted on Twitter. The FBI report, however, said it had failed to measure the amount of alprazolam in Sunanda's body because of the poor way the viscera samples had been preserved by the Hyderabad lab.
  • West Ham set to part ways with Moyes

    West Ham set to part ways with Moyes

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    Thursday's goalless draw away to West Ham ensured United can not be caught on the last weekend of the season, despite following up Friday's 1-0 loss at Brighton and Hove Albion by drawing another blank in front of goal. West Ham defender Pablo Zabaleta insists he's happy where he is. "I have to make sure I've got what I want to do". We are probably not as good as people think we are individually.
  • People Sickened With Salmonella Streak, Recall 207 Million Eggs in US

    People Sickened With Salmonella Streak, Recall 207 Million Eggs in US

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    With the newly released information in mind, the CDC advised consumers, restaurants, and retailers respectively not to eat, serve, or sell the eggs involved in the recall. "Rose Acre Farms takes food safety and the welfare of our hens, workers, and consumers very seriously". After a few more years of back-and-forth appeals, the case was dismissed in 2009.
  • Soldier gets new ear 'grown' on forearm

    Soldier gets new ear 'grown' on forearm

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    Army surgeons in Texas successfully transplanted a new ear on a soldier that they grew on her forearm, the military announced in a statement. Burrage was in Odessa, Texas, in 2016, driving back to Fort Bliss after a visit with her family in MS when a tire blew out.
  • First death from fresh Ebola outbreak confirmed in north west Congo

    First death from fresh Ebola outbreak confirmed in north west Congo

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    The total number of people reporting symptoms of Ebola has risen to 25. However, those cases were not confirmed through testing, making this week's death the first of the current outbreak. The health ministry said on Thursday it had dispatched a team of 12 experts to the area to try to trace new contacts of the disease , identify the epicentre and all affected villages and provide resources.
  • Rishabh Pant takes 70 off 24 balls against Rashid and Bhuvneshwar

    Rishabh Pant takes 70 off 24 balls against Rashid and Bhuvneshwar

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    His unbeaten innings of 128 off 63 balls had been studded with 15 fours and seven towering sixes with 26 runs coming from Bhuvneshwar Kumar's past on that allowed the hosts to post a competititve rating of 187/5 in 20 overs. Rishabh Pant , from Delhi, blasted the bowling attack of Sunrisers Hyderabad and hit a century in 56 balls. Pant could not become the youngest batsman to score a century in the IPL but during this innings against Hyderabad, he becomes the youngest batsman to complete ...
  • Walmart to restrict opioid prescriptions at its pharmacies

    Walmart to restrict opioid prescriptions at its pharmacies

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    Sources reveal that pharmacies, beginning 1January 2020, will be restricting the dosage of opioids to not more than 50 MMEs ( morphine milligrams equivalent) per day and will require online prescriptions for controlled substances. Patients with chronic Class II opioid prescriptions are offered a free DisposeRx packet every six months. Additionally, Sam's Club patients can access Dispose Rx at their pharmacies.
  • Study reveals that stress actually does cause gray hair

    Study reveals that stress actually does cause gray hair

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    An overactive immune response, which can occur with viral infections, could result in sudden hair graying, according to research in mice . Both hair-graying associations-premature McSC differentiation and immune dysregulation-have a common link-the melanogenesis associated transcription factor , or MITF .
  • NASA launches InSight lander to dig deep into Mars

    NASA launches InSight lander to dig deep into Mars

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    The rocket also carried two suitcase-size spacecraft, created to orbit Mars . The payload is going to be released approximately 90 minutes after launch on a 301 million-mile (484 million kilometers) flight into Mars . It will also attempt to make the first measurements of marsquakes , using a high-tech seismometer placed directly on the Martian surface. Meteorite impacts can also have seismic effects.
  • Buhari now in London due to 'technical stopover' - Presidency

    Buhari now in London due to 'technical stopover' - Presidency

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    The Presidency has, however, attributed his presence in the British capital to what it called " technical stopover ". Instead, he had a stopover in London en route Nigeria, during which refuelling and the necessary checks were carried out on the small aircraft he had used for the trip.
  • #MuteKanye: Detroit Radio Station Bans Music From Kanye West

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    Instead of taking three pills once a day, the rapper reportedly only takes one or two pills a week. But will people be willing to forgive him after some of the stuff he's said? "If this was 148 years ago I would have been more like Harriet or Nat", West tweeted , before clarifying the reason he "brought up the 400 years point is because we can't be mentally imprisoned for another 400 years".