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Although India and North Korea maintain diplomatic offices in each other's capitals, New Delhi has banned trade of most goods with the country, except for food and medicine. "These include an investment of $500 million in low-priced housing", Mridul Kumar said. The UAE is also the first partner of India's National Investment and Infrastructure Fund and has invested $1 billion as the anchor investor.
  • Super Bowl Eats At US Bank Stadium Will Be 'Very Minnesota'

    Super Bowl Eats At US Bank Stadium Will Be 'Very Minnesota'

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    We all know option No. 4 is out of the running. I don't care about the Patriots. You can train right, eat right, do everything right, but at the end of the day, you can't prepare for getting hurt. According to videos posted online , Alexa responds: "I'm flying with the Eagles with this one because of their relentless defense and the momentum they've been riding off their underdog status".
  • Nigeria beat Libya 1-0 in African Nations Championship

    Nigeria beat Libya 1-0 in African Nations Championship

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    Nigeria's forward play lacked any sharpness while Libya offered next to nothing despite winning myriad of set pieces in unsafe positions. The Super Eagles threatened first just three minutes into the game when a long throw into Libya's box found Stephen Eze, who flicked it, but Anthony Okpotu failed to get a touch to tap it in.
  • Sushi lover pulled 5-foot tapeworm from intestines

    Sushi lover pulled 5-foot tapeworm from intestines

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    He said the patient reported to the emergency room complaining of bloody diarrhea. Banh says the man admitted to eating sushi every day, particularly salmon sashimi. " 'Oh, my goodness, my guts are coming out of me!' " Banh recalled. Banh said he "geeked out" about the worm, the largest he had ever seen from a patient, and showed it to about 40 people in the hospital.
  • Russian Federation offers platform for direct Afghan-Taliban talks

    Russian Federation offers platform for direct Afghan-Taliban talks

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    The statement also said Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov would be heading to New York Wednesday for two days to participate in two high-level sessions: "Non-Proliferation of weapons of mass destruction: build confidence-building measures" and "Building regional partnerships in Afghanistan and Central Asia as a model of the interdependence of security and development".
  • Police seize £33m stash of cocaine hidden in pineapples

    Police seize £33m stash of cocaine hidden in pineapples

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    The Spanish Interior Ministry said in a press release that the cocaine was packed in a cylindrical manner, covered in yellow wax to appear as if made of the fruit, then covered by previously emptied out pineapple skins. The Portuguese side of the investigation released a statement on the raid, saying "this organised worldwide group had repeatedly brought large quantities of cocaine to the European continent".
  • Walmart Launches Free Opioid Disposal Packets

    Walmart Launches Free Opioid Disposal Packets

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    When the packet is emptied into a pill bottle with warm water, the ingredients convert powders, pills, tablets, capsules, liquids, or patches into a non-divertible and biodegradable gel. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and the National Institute of Drug Abuse, say that about two-thirds of people misusing prescription opioids are getting them from family and friends.
  • Fugu Freakout: Don't Eat The Blowfish, Japanese Officers Warn

    Fugu Freakout: Don't Eat The Blowfish, Japanese Officers Warn

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    Three of the potentially lethal specimens have been located, but the other two remain at large, local official Koji Takayanagi said. Local officials have warned the population not to eat blowfish until the missing portions are recovered. A recorded message plays from loudspeakers around the city tells residents not to consume the fish. It prompted officials to broadcast a warning to residents on the city's loudspeakers.
  • India to host Afghanistan's maiden Test in June: BCCI

    India to host Afghanistan's maiden Test in June: BCCI

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    The one-off Test has been scheduled ahead of India s tour of Ireland and England starting June 27. Said Afghanistan Cricket Board chairman Shukrullah Atif Mashal, "It is a moment of great pride for us". There is an fantastic cricket following in the city and it is expected that a lot of Afghanistan supporters will also travel to India in order to support their heroes.
  • Passenger With Measles May Have Exposed Others at O'Hare

    Passenger With Measles May Have Exposed Others at O'Hare

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    Health officials say a passenger arriving on an worldwide flight last Wednesday had a contagious case of measles. The Chicago Tribune is reporting that the passenger was in both Terminal 1 and Terminal 5. If symptoms of measles develops, IDPH recommends people should call a health care provider before going to a medical office or emergency department. Measles can also cause serious complications, such as pneumonia and swelling of the brain.
  • GKN to reorganise after rejecting takeover bid

    GKN to reorganise after rejecting takeover bid

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    A bid battle is now likely as Melrose, which specialises in buying struggling businesses, turning them round and selling them at a profit with the proceeds given back to shareholders, will pursue its interest despite GKN's opposition. The engineering group also announced the appointment of interim boss Anne Stevens as the group's permanent chief executive. The group said Stevens has been leading an ongoing and wide-ranging internal review of all GKN's businesses which has culminated in ...
  • Coli Outbreak Tied to Leafy Greens Likely Over, CDC Says

    Coli Outbreak Tied to Leafy Greens Likely Over, CDC Says

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    The last reported illness in the United States was on December 12, suggesting that the risk of buying food contaminated in the current outbreak had passed, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said in a statement on Wednesday . With the investigation ongoing the CDC is not recommending people avoid any particular food at this time. CDC continues to work with regulatory partners in several states, at the U.S.
  • Crude Oil Busts Through USD63, EIA Reports Inventories Dwindled

    Crude Oil Busts Through USD63, EIA Reports Inventories Dwindled

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    A survey of analysts by commodity pricing group S&P Global Platts revealed expectations of a 3.5 million barrel draw on crude oil inventories in the United States, the world's leading economy. The remarkable gains were driven by the American Petroleum Institute claiming that domestic oil inventories dropped by 11.2 million barrels last week; if this figure is confirmed by the Energy Information Administration (EIA) on Wednesday, it will be the largest draw for this time of year since ...
  • Widespread Flu Hits Earlier This Season

    Widespread Flu Hits Earlier This Season

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    But this year, experts are warning that the flu vaccine may not be as effective against the severe strain of influenza A which is what appears to be the dominant strain throughout Canada. That is up 21 states since last week. An estimated 9.2 million Americans have gotten sick with the flu each year since 2010. "What we are seeing is unprecedented compared to the last 10 years of influenza seasons".
  • Small study suggests ibuprofen alters testosterone metabolism

    Small study suggests ibuprofen alters testosterone metabolism

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    Despite the results, a lecturer says casual use of the non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) by men should be just fine. Researchers tested testicles from prostate cancer donors and cultured testes cells, which revealed that ibuprofen can affect hormones, suppressing production of testosterone through transcriptional repression, leading to compensated hypogonadism .