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‘Vampire’ killed daughter and ate her flesh

‘Vampire’ killed daughter and ate her flesh

Oct 12, – Sydney: A Papua New Guinea man described as a vampire has been arrested after allegedly murdering his young daughter by biting her neck, eating her flesh and drinking her blood, a report said Friday. Police called the grisly incident that occurred on Wednesday at a settlement near Lae “an act of cannibalism”. […]

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Shots fired in car chase near US Capitol building in Washington

Shots fired in car chase near US Capitol building in Washington

Oct 03, – The US Capitol was locked down briefly on Thursday after gunshots were fired outside the building and a number of people including a law enforcement officer were hurt, a Senate aide and a Capitol police officer said. The US House of Representatives and Senate were in session when the gunshots were heard. […]

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Exercise linked to reduced symptoms of depression

Exercise linked to reduced symptoms of depression

Sep 12, – Researchers say they have found evidence to support previous research that suggests exercise may reduce symptoms of depression, according to a review published in The Cochrane Library. The updated systemic review, conducted by UK researchers, analyzed the Cochrane Depression, Anxiety and Neurosis Review Group’s Controlled Trials Register (CCDANCTR), which includes randomized controlled […]

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US takes security steps ahead of 9/11 anniversary

US takes security steps ahead of 9/11 anniversary

Sep 11, – The White House says President Barack Obama’s national security team is taking steps to prevent terrorist attacks related to the 12th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on Wednesday. Obama discussed preparedness and security with his team on Tuesday. The White House isn’t disclosing what steps are being taken but […]

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Could low salt intake increase mortality risk?

Could low salt intake increase mortality risk?

We have long heard that too much salt can be bad for our health. But now, researchers have found that low levels of chloride, a component found in salt, could actually increase the risk of mortality and heart disease in those suffering from hypertension. Researchers from the University of Glasgow in Scotland analyzed data of […]

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John Kerry: Syrian Gas Attack Crossed ‘Global Red Line’

John Kerry: Syrian Gas Attack Crossed ‘Global Red Line’

Sep 08, – US Secretary of State John Kerry says he and Arab League foreign ministers have agreed that the Syrian president’s alleged use of chemical weapons crossed a “global red line”.  Mr Kerry, speaking in Paris, is in Europe to muster support for action against President Bashar al-Assad. “Assad’s deplorable use of chemical weapons […]

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Car bomb hits Damascus research center, 4 killed

Car bomb hits Damascus research center, 4 killed

Sep 07, – Four people were killed and six wounded in a car bomb attack in western Damascus on Thursday, state news agency SANA reported. Meanwhile, a watchdog reported that women and children were among 11 people killed in regime air raids and artillery fire on the town of Taftanaz, in the northwestern province of […]

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