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Author: 0 Defender Lejeune signs with Newcastle United

Lejeune said: "I'm very happy to have signed". Newcastle United have signed defender Florian Lejeune from Eibar on a five-year deal, the English club announced on Tuesday. However, the club's official media partner say that they have been told that Rafa Benitez has also been working on new long-term deals for certain players.

Health Care MORNING BRIEF: Trump faces delicate diplomatic dance with Putin meeting
Author: 0 MORNING BRIEF: Trump faces delicate diplomatic dance with Putin meeting

Russian Federation and China have proposed that North Korea declare a moratorium on nuclear and missile tests while the United States and South Korea refrain from large-scale military exercises. On Monday, North Korean officials confirmed a missile test, prompting the president to tweet: " North Korea has just launched another missile". In turn, the US and South Korea should "accordingly refrain from large-scale joint maneuvers", the joint statement added.

Health Care Soldier from Wasilla dies of wounds suffered in Afghanistan
Author: 0 Soldier from Wasilla dies of wounds suffered in Afghanistan

A US soldier was killed by "indirect fire" in Afghanistan on Monday, the Pentagon announced Wednesday. Navy Capt. Bill Salvin, a spokesman for the US military in Kabul, said the Taliban launched the indirect fire - typically an attack with mortar or rocket rounds - into a building used by soldiers during the mission.

Health Care Red Cross Faces 'Critical' Blood Shortage, Calls For Donations
Author: 0 Red Cross Faces 'Critical' Blood Shortage, Calls For Donations

That's the equivalent of the Red Cross not collecting any blood at all for four days. Donors need to schedule appointments to give blood, by going online at redcrossblood.org or calling 1-800-733-2767. The Red Cross must collect almost 14,000 blood donations every day for patients at approximately 2,600 hospitals across the country. You can catch that interview on WIS News 10 at 4 p.m.

Health Care Three dead, four injured following police chase, crash in Savannah
Author: 0 Three dead, four injured following police chase, crash in Savannah

Wednesday when the shooting occurred. A witness told WTOC-TV that he saw a white SUV, with its headlights off, swerving down a street while being chased by police. Officers report there were three fatal injuries. One victim arrived at a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Authorities said they were questioning persons of interest in the shooting.

Health Care Wounded, 1 in Custody in North Dallas Hotel Shooting: Dallas Police
Author: 0 Wounded, 1 in Custody in North Dallas Hotel Shooting: Dallas Police

Reporters on the scene reported part of the hotel had been evacuated and fire department officials were blocking off an area around the hotel. Guests were eventually allowed back into the hotel. A witness saw a hysterical woman who was in the room where shots were fired on the fifth floor. No police discharged their weapons in the apprehension of the suspect.

Health Care In Odisha, Shah has a gameplan for 2019
Author: 0 In Odisha, Shah has a gameplan for 2019

Shah's three-day Odisha visit is aimed at expanding the party's base in the state ahead of the 2019 elections. The Ambapua meeting had presence of party workers of three districts, Ganjam, Gajapati and Kandhamal. Around 46 per cent population in the State are below the poverty line, he said. People of states like Maharastra, Jharkhand, Jammu and Kashmir, Assam, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Goa and Manipur have changed governments when polls were held after Narendra Modi became prime minister.

Health Care United States lifts electronics ban on Emirates and Turkish Airlines flights
Author: 0 United States lifts electronics ban on Emirates and Turkish Airlines flights

Emirates and Turkish Airlines became the latest Middle-Eastern airlines to announce that the electronics ban affecting passengers on flights to the USA was no longer applicable on Wednesday. from 10 airports in Turkey, the Middle East and North Africa, allowing them to be transported only in checked luggage. The US government put the ban in place back in March, claiming specific intelligence threats indicated that large electronics could be used to hide bombs.

Health Care Emily Ratajkowski speaks out on being 'too sexy' for Hollywood
Author: 0 Emily Ratajkowski speaks out on being 'too sexy' for Hollywood

The " We Are Your Friends " star feels she hasn't got all the roles she wanted in her career because her " boobs are too big". "What's wrong with boobs? ". "He deeply loves and respects women, so he loves what I'm all about". But one thing she still doesn't comprehend is why people have an issue with her breasts.

Health Care South Africa Delays Zuma No-Confidence Vote as ANC Backs Leader
Author: 0 South Africa Delays Zuma No-Confidence Vote as ANC Backs Leader

The date for a motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma has been pushed back by a few days. At the same time the ruling African National Congress (ANC) ramped-up its support for Zuma, saying members of its parliamentary caucus who defied the party line were "suicide bombers" who would face punishment if they voted with the opposition.

Health Care Despite Big Offers, Little Has Changed for Baby Charlie Gard
Author: 0 Despite Big Offers, Little Has Changed for Baby Charlie Gard

Another rally calling for "justice for Charlie" took place in Lincoln, England headed by Charlene Barnes. They said: "We are utterly heartbroken, spending our last precious hours with our baby boy". Charlie's plight has touched people around the world and the family have received donations totalling more than £1.3 million to take him to the U.S.

Health Care Signing Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal is 'unfeasible', admits Bayern president
Author: 0 Signing Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal is 'unfeasible', admits Bayern president

Hoeness told Kicker: "I'm not in the operational side. Bayern CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge hasn't approached me, therefore, the link with him doesn't seem to be very strong". Reportedly close to Juventus, Brazilian global winger/half-forward Douglas Costa (26) is yet to know where he'll be playing next season. Former Shakhtar Donetsk star, leaving German giants after two seasons, has been linked to Barcelona FC as well.

Health Care BBC to spend millions luring kids back from Netflix and YouTube
Author: 0 BBC to spend millions luring kids back from Netflix and YouTube

This new investment will enable the BBC to reinvent how it serves its youngest audience in the years ahead. A BBC source explained to BBC.co.uk that the rise of United States technology firms and streaming companies has forced the broadcaster's hand: "The way children and young people are watching and consuming programmes and other content is changing fast, and the BBC needs to respond", he said.

Health Care Newcastle bolster back four with Eibar's Florian Lejeune
Author: 0 Newcastle bolster back four with Eibar's Florian Lejeune

Benitez will be hoping a deal for Hart can be concluded, with reports suggesting that the Spanish manager has become frustrated with the club's lack of progress in the transfer market so far, this summer. The Spanish coach said that he has known about Lejeune for a while since the Frenchman began playing for La Liga side Villarreal . "If he settles well into English football then I am sure he will be a success and will give us a lot of competition in this area".

Health Care People taking heartburn drugs could have higher risk of death, study claims
Author: 0 People taking heartburn drugs could have higher risk of death, study claims

Researchers at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis concluded that prolonged use of proton pump inhibitors (PPI), which suppresses the secretion of stomach acid and is found in popular heartburn medications such as Prilosec, Nexium and Prevacid, increased an early risk of death by 25 percent, compared to people who used H2 blockers, another known inhibitor of stomach acid.

Health Care United States lifts laptop ban on flights from Abu Dhabi
Author: 0 United States lifts laptop ban on flights from Abu Dhabi

The United States has lifted a ban on travellers flying Etihad Airways from using laptop computers or other large electronics on board, after the United Arab Emirates-based airline beefed up its security. The move - welcomed by Etihad - comes more than three months after the United States prohibited such devices on direct flights from 10 airports in Turkey, the Middle East and North Africa.

Health Care Woman live streams herself eating 'aloe vera', almost dies
Author: 0 Woman live streams herself eating 'aloe vera', almost dies

The plant was in fact Agave Americana, which is highly poisonous . "This is great", the Shanghaiist quoted her as saying as she eats the first bite. This plant is intended only to beautify the space and in no case for consumption. She takes one bite, and immediately remarks how bigger and very bad it takes.