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Moors murderer Ian Brady has died aged 79

His lawyers said he had emphysema and was terminally ill. Brady and his lover accomplice Myra Hindley shocked Britain in the 1960s for the way they lured young children, tortured and killed them, and buried their bodies on a remote moorland on the outskirts of Manchester. Read More »

UK general election: Theresa May launches manifesto

This amount doubles the "Skills Charge" of 1,000 pounds already in force. Stand up to Racism co-convener Sabby Dhalu said: "The Tories look set to make employers pay more to hire migrant workers, while making migrants pay more to use the NHS. Read More »

Comprehensive Stock Analysis Of United States Steel Corp. (X)

Alpha One also gave media coverage about the basic materials company an impact score of 83 out of 100, meaning that recent news coverage is very likely to have an effect on the company's share price in the near term. Vetr upgraded AK Steel Holding from a "buy" rating to a "strong-buy" rating and set a $10.52 price objective for the company in a research report on Monday, January 23rd. Read More »

Global Positioning System ask patients to delay contact while cyber-attack backlog clears

Tehan urged businesses to visit the website of the ACSC or phone (1300 CYBER1) for more information. "If people have hospital or GP appointments they should attend unless told otherwise". Furthermore, the latest ransomware attack - believed to have come from a flaw in Microsoft's Windows software that the the US National Security Agency used to build a hacking tool for its own use - highlights the need for health services to introduce a comprehensive back-up plan and recovery processes ... Read More »

India's first womb transplant successful in Pune; mother donates uterus to daughter


Though the condition of the daughter and the mother is stable, however, the next 48 hours will be crucial in determining the true success of the surgery, according to doctors. If the surgery is successful, both the recipients will be able to conceive using in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) and have children. India's first womb transplant has been successfully performed by a team of doctors on Thursday. Read More »

Panel votes no punishment for NH lawmakers over online activity


The resignation was announced shortly after members of the House Legislative Administration Committee voted to recommend no action be taken against Fisher for his comments. Stephen Shurtleff, of Penacook, thanked New Hampshire residents for their support. The unrelenting pressure and the threat of an Attorney General investigation into whether he perjured himself finally pushed him to resign. Read More »

List reveals top baby names selected by Arkansas parents in 2016


Lo said Mason moved off the list in 2016 and Noah moved from No. 4 to No. 2. While Emma and Noah may not seem like young parents in Pennsylvania were bursting with creativity when it came to giving their newborns a lifelong identity previous year, there were a few names that stood out. Read More »

Early spring brings out ticks ahead of schedule


Lyme disease information is available at , which also offers a link to the Maine Tracking Network, under "EPI Information", on left side of page. She says if you find a tick, use tweezers to pull it straight out and do not twist, squeeze or burn the insect. The Twin Cities suburb of North Oaks is making a concentrated effort to combat ticks, after a study showed the community, with its spacious lots and woods, was prone to tick diseases. Read More »

Christian sect attacks Congo prison, frees leader, 50 more


The authorities say only around 50 prisoners got away when armed men attacked the prison on Wednesday. The authorities accuse supporters of Mr Nsemi's supporters of being behind the attack, although the group has denied this. In January 2016, every prisoner except one escaped from a jail in eastern DR Congo. A former prisoner who spoke to guards and other prisoners also told Reuters that about half the prisoners had escaped. Read More »

IPL 2017: Rising Pune Supergiant Defeats Mumbai Indians, Reaches Final


To make the situation tougher for Mumbai , Rahane was adjudged leg before off Karn Sharma in the following over. Mumbai , a two-time champion, has one more chance to make the final, when it plays the victor of Wednesday's (Thursday NZT) eliminator between defending champions Sunrisers Hyderabad and Kolkata Knight Riders on Friday. Read More »

Full impact of cyber-attack on patients at Derriford Hospital revealed

Meanwhile, a security researcher in the United Kingdom discovered a "kill switch" in WannaCry, further mitigating its impact. Wainwright said the agency is analyzing the virus and has yet to identify who is responsible for the attack. Problems with cyber security in the NHS was highlighted a year ago by Dame Fiona Caldicott, the national data guardian, who warned issues were given insufficient priority and that health bodies persisted in using obsolete computer systems, The Times reported. Read More »

Storms pummel central US; tornadoes kill at least 2


He also added that when the responders first came to the scene there were a lot of people yelling and asking for help. The Red Cross and Salvation Army are assisting people who lost their homes in the storm. Fitzgerald said all local law enforcement had responded to the mobile home park, along with 12 area ambulances and six fire departments. Multiple people were trapped inside homes after the tornado, reported. Read More »

Pemberton Music Festival 2017 Cancelled, Ticket Refunds Uncertain


It says ticket holders can file a claim as an unsecured creditor, but estimates that process would take several weeks to resolve itself. Making matters worse, Lee reports there will not be automatic refunds for tickets purchased to the event, though some buyers may be able to receive refunds if they used a credit card. Read More »

Conservative election manifesto: Here's what we know so far


The 84-page manifesto, unveiled in Halifax, West Yorkshire, is the clearest exposition yet of "Mayism" - a working-class conservatism openly critical of the "cult of individualism" and globalization, with stricter rules on foreign company takeovers and immigration, and sweeping commitments to redistribute wealth from London and the south-east to other parts of the country. Read More »

Don't drink the water! Diarrhoea from USA swimming pools rising


The bug can spread when people swallow something that's come into contact with the feces of a sick person, and that includes pool water tainted with diarrhea. These symptoms can lead to dehydration. Some icky news just in time for pool season: Reports of diarrhea outbreaks linked to cryptosporidiosis parasites in pools and water parks increased at least two-fold in two years, federal health officials reported Thursday. Read More »

Ken Owens a Lions doubt, which could mean call-up for Dylan Hartley


Ireland captain Rory Best and England's Jamie George are the other hookers in the squad. The Lions' opening tour game is against a New Zealand Provincial Barbarians XV in Whangarei on June 3. "Hopefully Ken is going to be fine although he is missing a big game for the Scarlets this weekend. With a bit of luck, everything is going to be okay for the Lions". Read More »

Texas girl chokes on a fidget spinner


Kelly Rose Joniec of Houston wrote a Facebook post on Monday saying that she heard her 10-year-old daughter choking in the back seat of her auto. She says Britton managed to say she'd put part of the toy in her mouth to clean it and accidentally swallowed it. Doctors were unable to tell where the object had gotten stuck. Read More »

Teen girl held as sex slave in Sydney


Police are searching for a woman hailed as a Good Samaritan who found the 17-year-old after she escaped in the early hours from a Sydney home on April 27 and dropped her at an innerwest Asylum Seeker Centre. And it was during their seven-month online relationship that Price, who has been convicted of a string of crimes, including negligent homicide, then sent the girl $US1600 ($A2150) to run away from home and fly to the U.S. Read More »

Desperate to win Champions Trophy: De Villiers


He said the wives and partners of the players would be with them on tour for the first two weeks during the three-match series against England before the Champions Trophy and would return home to allow them to focus on the tournament. However, the 33-year-old insisted he had not retired from Test cricket completely. "The decision was to play a bit less". "I'm feeling fresh, feeling 100 per cent, and looking forward to playing this series and then the tournament", he said. Read More »

Cops to join pride parade


The chapter is also asking police not be allowed to march in the 2017 parade , saying "having the Vancouver Police Department on the ground to perform a civil service is understandable however having the institution participate on a float in the organized festivities of the actual parade is inappropriate and insulting to those who came before us to make Pride celebrations possible, some of who even died for the cause". Read More »

Lib Dems pledge to ban diesel sales

He said the haircut is the "purest example" of his passion for the Lib Dems . He said: "On the biggest question facing all of us, Brexit, which has such huge implications for our young people and our future, Corbyn ordered his MPs to stand down against Theresa May's government". Read More »

Planned Parenthood, ACLU challenge new IN abortion law


Planned Parenthood of IN and Kentucky is suing over a new IN law that makes it tougher for girls under age 18 to get an abortion without their parents knowledge. Falk says that language is too vague. "The doctors have no idea what it means", Falk says. Planned Parenthood says it's closing its Sioux City clinic and three more of its 12 clinics in Iowa after the state legislature cut its state funding. Read More »