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Lead surgeon Lee Cook-Jung said that there were dozens of parasites, some over 10 inches, that were removed during surgery: "In my over 20 year-long career as a surgeon, I have only seen something like this in a textbook". It's notorious for transmitting parasites. " Although we do not have solid figures showing health conditions of North Korea, medical experts assume that parasite infection problems and serious health issues have been prevalent in the country ", Seoul National University ...
  • Mugabe's end game: How the president could leave power

    Mugabe's end game: How the president could leave power

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    Mugabe, who has been leading Zimbabwe for 37 years, has been under increasing pressure to relinquish power following a surprise military takeover earlier this week. We reiterate our call for an internationally-supervised process for the forthcoming elections, starting with the current voter registration exercise and ultimately the elections itself.
  • PKK/PYD terrorists attack Turkish forces in Syria's Idlib

    PKK/PYD terrorists attack Turkish forces in Syria's Idlib

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    A security official told Anadolu Agency that one artillery round hit within 100 metres of their position and four others landed in civilian areas. Turkey has been at odds with United States, its North Atlantic Treaty Organisation ally, over Washington's support for the Syrian Kurdish militia, known as the YPG.
  • Chinese envoy completes visit to North Korea amid heightened tension

    Chinese envoy completes visit to North Korea amid heightened tension

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    Song Tao (left), the head of the International Liaison Department of the Communist Party of China shakes hands with Ri Chang-gun (right), a high-ranking North Korean official upon his arrival in Pyongyang. Relations between China and South Korea have also been strained by the nuclear crisis, with Beijing angry at Seoul for hosting a USA missile defence system.
  • Injured After Small Plane Crashes Into House in San Jose

    Injured After Small Plane Crashes Into House in San Jose

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    Police, the FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board will be investigating the crash, which could prompt procedural changes to flight or training standards, depending on what investigators find, Freitas said. Freitas didn't know who was flying the plane when it crashed. He tried to head back to the runway but was unable to keep the plane from crashing into the home's front converted garage.
  • Crews battle massive blaze in Michigan

    Crews battle massive blaze in Michigan

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    The Oakland County Sheriff's Office said all of the county's 911 lines and non-emergency lines are out. Residents reported hearing a loud roaring sound and a glow from the flames several miles away from the area. Normally when a high-pressure gas main leaks, it doesn't cause a fire because their is so much pressure behind it. It's believed that one home is in jeopardy, but that those inside have gotten out safely.
  • Next America's Cup boat concept released

    Next America's Cup boat concept released

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    Details have been released of the preferred plan to build a $120 million America's Cup village on Auckland's waterfront. The fantastical-looking design, which from some angles looks like a giant nautical insect or beast, blends the tradition of a monohull with the modern advancement of foiling, which is all the rage in sailing.
  • 3 takeaways from the Falcons' Week 11 win vs. Seahawks

    3 takeaways from the Falcons' Week 11 win vs. Seahawks

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    Even with all that, Seattle once again almost staged a seemingly impossible comeback. Russell Wilson hit Doug Baldwin on a 29-yard TD with 3 minutes left, and Seattle got in range for a long field goal attempt by Blair Walsh in the closing moments, but his 52-yard attempt with 2 seconds left came up short and Atlanta escaped with the victory.
  • George Soros accuses Hungary of 'anti-Semitic' attack campaign

    George Soros accuses Hungary of 'anti-Semitic' attack campaign

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    On Monday, George Soros released a statement in response to seven allegations the Hungarian government made against him in their National Consultation survey on the " Soros plan ". The statement countered that in 2016, Soros acknowledged that circumstances had changed and that instead, the European Union should make a "commitment to admit even a mere 300,000 refugees annually".
  • Salvation Army Has Thanksgiving Grocery Wish List

    Salvation Army Has Thanksgiving Grocery Wish List

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    The nonprofit, which gives out free turkey dinners each year, has a serious bird shortage this year, for its 33rd annual dinner, with 40 turkeys as of today and an an expected crowd of 2,000 people on Thursday. Thursday's dinner will be held at the organization's hospitality house from 11 a.m.to 1 p.m. Entertainment will be provided by Kids Unlimited, a song and dance ensemble.
  • MSU moves up in college football polls

    MSU moves up in college football polls

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    Ohio State has clinched its place in the Big Ten championship game. Kick-off is set for 4:10 p.m. on FOX TV. Ohio State will play No. 5 Wisconsin on December 2 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis in the Big Ten championship game. Michigan State has moved up and Michigan has moved out of this week's USA Today/Amway Coaches Poll . Michigan State is proving to be a good mudder in the 2017 season - and in the process, the Spartans are forging a pretty good season.
  • Burna Boy wanted by Nigerian police in connection to a robbery case

    Burna Boy wanted by Nigerian police in connection to a robbery case

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    According to LIB's report, a guy named Joel, said to be Burnaboy's road manager, was the last person to leave Mr 2Kay's hotel room before 4 men stormed his room after Mr. This led to the capture of the others. Burna Boy is yet to submit himself for questioning but when TheCable Lifestyle reached out to his manager, she said: " Burna Boy wasn't arrested or picked up".
  • Mohawk Industries, Inc. (MHK) Shares Bought by Andra AP fonden

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    Insiders own 17.00% of the company's stock. About 2.48 million shares traded. PTC Inc (NASDAQ:PTC) has risen 57.23% since November 18, 2016 and is uptrending. Northcoast Research has a "Buy" rating and a $295.00 price target on the stock. Investors sentiment decreased to 1.09 in Q2 2017. The company has a quick ratio of 0.77, a current ratio of 1.48 and a debt-to-equity ratio of 0.23.
  • $50 boost to student allowance

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    Rent rises will soak up most of the $50 a week student allowance increase that kicks in on January 1 2018, student organisations say. The Government has announced a rise of $50 a week in student allowances, and a lift in the cost of living loans.
  • Disqualify CPI ministers, says petition in HC

    Disqualify CPI ministers, says petition in HC

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    The transport minister later resigned. Kerala High Court while considering a petition by Kerala Transport Minister Thomas Chandy has asked 'how a Minister can criticise his own ministry. Kochi: A petition seeking the removal of Pinarayi Vijayan as Kerala chief minister has been submitted in the High Court, alleging that the CM's council of minister has lost its collective responsibility.