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Woman alleges attack by white nationalists after Nashville rally

Pharma news - October 30, 2017 - 10:48am

A woman has alleged that a group of white nationalists assaulted her after the march. A white woman in an interracial relationship alleged white nationalists attacked her and her partner after a “White Lives Matter” march in Tennessee on Saturday, according to a statement from the Nashville police department.


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The Supreme Cat Show 2017

Pharma news - October 30, 2017 - 10:32am

The one-day Supreme Cat Show is one of the largest cat fancy competitions in Europe with over one thousand cats being exhibited. Exhibitors travel from all over to enter their cats into categories including Persian, Semi-Longhair, British, Foreign, Burmese, Oriental, Siamese. (Getty)


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Google's Cheeseburger Emoji Has One MAJOR Flaw

Pharma news - October 30, 2017 - 10:16am

Google emojis ― which can be found on the company’s Android devices (or on Gmail, Google Hangouts or ChromeOS) ― are only getting more and more realistic.


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Father convicted of rape and murder of teenage daughter ‘wants to retract guilty plea’

Pharma news - October 30, 2017 - 10:13am

A father who pled guilty to the repeated drugging and sexual abuse of his daughter and to her murder, has requested to retract his admission of guilt, it has been reported. Mark Mesiti, 49, of Modesto, California, was convicted of the murder of his daughter Alycia Allen-Mesiti and 48 other felony sexual assault crimes earlier this month, after his trial was cut short when he entered a guilty plea in exchange for escaping the death penalty.


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Protests erupt after Kenyan president Uhuru Kenyatta declared winner of disputed elections with 98 per cent of votes

Pharma news - October 30, 2017 - 10:13am

Renewed protests erupted in parts of Kenya on Monday night after Uhuru Kenyatta was declared president of a bitterly divided nation for the second time in three months. Claiming a resounding mandate to serve a second five-year term, Mr Kenyatta accepted victory after securing 98 per cent of the vote in an election boycotted by his rival Raila Odinga. But with just 38.8 per cent of voters choosing to participate in the election, Mr Kenyatta faces a struggle to assert his authority and legitimacy over a fractured country increasingly polarised on ethnic lines. Dozens of people have been killed in electoral violence over the past three months and, even as government supporters held muted celebrations, rioting broke out in Nairobi’s slums, while protesters also gathered in Mr Odinga’s strongholds in western Kenya. The president also knows from experience that being declared winner of an election does not guarantee assuming office. His victory in August was overturned by the supreme court, which found “illegalities and irregularities” in the way the vote was counted. A protester hurls a stone at the police during a standoff between Kenyan police and supporters of Kenyan opposition leader Credit: FREDRIK LERNERYD/ AFP A new challenge seems highly likely, given that the constitution requires a presidential election to be held in all 290 of Kenya’s constituencies. Voting was abandoned in 25 western counties without a ballot being cast after security forces clashed with opposition supporters trying to prevent polling stations opening. Given Mr Odinga’s refusal to participate in the court-ordered rerun, claiming that a failure to enact reforms meant the second election would be no fairer than the first, the president’s victory looks more likely to worsen Kenya’s political crisis than resolve it. Mr Odinga, who has promised to lead a peaceful campaign of civil disobedience and national resistance, is expected to speak to his supporters on Tuesday. Raila Odinga addressing thousands of his supporters as he drives through Kawangware slum after attending a church service in Nairobi, Kenya Credit: DANIEL IRUNGU/ EPA Western diplomats, church leaders and human rights activists have warned that Kenya, which witnessed more than 1,300 deaths after a disputed election in 2007, risks sustained violence unless the president and his rival negotiate a way out of the impasse.  Rory Stewart, the Africa minister, yesterday called for “transparent national dialogue”, saying he was “deeply concerned by outbreaks of ethnic and political violence”. President Uhuru Kenyatta delivers his speech after being declared by Kenya's election commission Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission Credit: DANIEL IRUNGU/EPA President Kenyatta’s acceptance speech was, however, notably light on conciliatory language, saying he would only countenance talks with Mr Odinga once any legal challenges to his victory had been addressed. Instead, the president excoriated his rival for refusing to participate in an election he had gone to court to secure. “You cannot choose for the opportunity to exercise a right and thereafter abscond from the consequences of that choice,” Mr Kenyatta said.  


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John Mollo, 'Star Wars' Costume Designer, Dies At Age 86

Pharma news - October 30, 2017 - 9:45am

John Mollo, the Oscar-winning costume designer of “Star Wars,” died on Wednesday at age 86, several outlets report.


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'Stranger Things' Season 2 Confirms All Your Strangest Theories

Pharma news - October 30, 2017 - 9:33am

Warning! Spoilers ahead for “Stranger Things 2.” For over a year, all we’ve been able to do is sit around, speculate and theorize like a bunch of mouth-breathers.


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Trump Campaign Adviser Lied To FBI About Russian 'Dirt'

Pharma news - October 30, 2017 - 9:31am

WASHINGTON ― A foreign policy adviser to President Donald Trump’s presidential campaign has pleaded guilty to a charge of lying to FBI agents.


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Kate Middleton will make British history one awesome way when she becomes queen

Pharma news - October 30, 2017 - 9:29am

As Kate Middleton continues on her road to becoming the future queen Queen of Britain, royal experts are discovering that she'll make history when that day finally comes.


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Terrifying 'haunted' restaurant camera shows furniture moving on its own

Pharma news - October 30, 2017 - 9:22am

Cronies Bar and Restaurant uploaded two separate videos to Facebook to verify the creepy encounters. “For this to happen it’s pretty creepy,” said Dave Foldes, one of the bar's co-owners, to a local news station.


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Las Vegas mass shooting victims accused of 'acting' by conspiracy theorists

Pharma news - October 30, 2017 - 9:15am

Survivors of the Las Vegas shooting earlier this month have been accused of “acting” by online trolls and conspiracy theorists. Stephen Paddock shot himself in October after killing more than 50 people and injuring nearly 500 who were watching a country music concert, overlooked by his hotel window. One victim told CTV News that his social media has been inundated with comments from people who say the shooting was a hoax, and he was forced to delete his accounts.


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Revise Law School Personal Statements Before Applying

Pharma news - October 30, 2017 - 9:00am

One key component is the personal statement, and it's critical that you submit a strong essay that captures who you are and your reasons for pursuing the law. Avoid c ommon cliches in favor of concrete experiential evidence that establishes what qualities, achievements and perspectives make you a competitive law school candidate. Here are five tips to keep in mind as you review your personal statement.


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Investor group presses U.S. drug companies on opioid controls

Reuters Health News - October 30, 2017 - 8:56am
BOSTON (Reuters) - U.S. shareholder activists are addressing a soaring death toll from opioid drug abuse, asking companies that make and distribute the painkillers to review the risks their businesses could face from their role in the sector.
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Questions, anger after young Russian model dies in China

Pharma news - October 30, 2017 - 8:10am

BEIJING (AP) — A Chinese modeling agency that hired a 14-year-old Russian girl is denying media reports that a "slave contract" contributed to the teen's sudden death.


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