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Source: CBS News

What is pancreatitis The condition Avicii suffered from years before death

Tuesday 20:03 GMT

Tim Bergling, the Swedish DJ and electronic dance music producer known as Avicii, suffered from pancreatitis and a number of other serious health conditions in the years before he was found dead Friday at the age of 28.

Avicii's death at such a young age left fans with many questions about pancreatitis and the potential complications that can come with it. Pancreatitis occurs when there is inflammation in the pancreas, an organ located in the abdomen behind the stomach.

Source: Fox News

Kim Wall tied up with stocking, 'impaled' in submarine for killer’s sexual gratification, officials say

Tuesday 19:10 GMT

The Danish inventor accused of killing journalist Kim Wall during a trip on his private submarine could murder again, a prosecutor said Monday, while detailing grisly parts of her death in the final day of his trial.

The prosecutor detailed how Wall, 30, may have been tied with her own stockings before Madsen "impaled her," and that he acted with a sexual motive. Buch-Jepsen said Madsen, who is accused of either cutting Wall's throat or strangling her, is not insane but "emotionally impaired with severe lack of empathy, anger and guilt."

Source: The Guradian

Acid attack partner intended 'really serious harm', court told

Tuesday 17:18 GMT

An engineer died at a euthanasia clinic after being left “at the limits of tolerable pain” following an alleged acid attack by his former partner, a court heard. Berlinah Wallace, 48, is charged with murdering Mark van Dongen, 29, by leaving him with such “horrific and catastrophic injuries” he asked for assistance in ending his life.

“She had, in just the past few days, looked online at images of acid attack victims, she knew what a sulphuric acid attack would do to him.”

Source: New York Times

Setting Fires and Restoring an American Landscape

Tuesday 13:39 GMT

During a dry spell, lightning might spark a fire that burned for miles and days on end, relenting only when it hit a lake or river.

“Ruderal junk — that’s what happens without fire,” said Bill Kleiman, project director at Nachusa Grasslands, a 3,600-acre preserve in Franklin Grove, Ill., operated by the Nature Conservancy.

Source: NBC News

Only surviving Paris attacks suspect gets 20 years in separate case

Tuesday 12:43 GMT

A Belgian court on Monday found 2015 Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam and an accomplice guilty of attempted murder over shots fired at police as they sought to avoid arrest in Brussels.

It said the "terror character" was clearly established in the March 2016 shooting, four months after the Paris attacks that killed 130. Abdeslam was close to being arrested in a hideout when he and Ayari fled while another man sprayed gunfire at police and was killed.

Source: DW

Anti-Muslim hate crime on the rise in Donald Trump's US - report

Tuesday 13:39 GMT

A report has attributed a rise in hate crimes against Muslims in the US partly to the policies and rhetoric of US President Donald Trump.

Send Facebook Twitter Google+ Whatsapp Tumblr linkedin stumble Digg reddit Newsvine. Send Facebook Twitter Google+ Whatsapp Tumblr linkedin stumble Digg reddit Newsvine. "This represents an almost unprecedented level of government hostility toward a religious minority within the US," the report said. "There has been nothing like this ever, for the Muslim community to be regularly the punching bag of the president of the US," said Gadeir Abbas, an attorney with CAIR.

Source: Global News

Feeling distressed or scared after Toronto’s van attack Here’s how to get help

Today 00:10 GMT

Following a horrific van attack leaving 10 people dead and 16 others injured in Toronto, multiple hotlines and services have stepped in to help those who are feeling emotionally distressed.

10 dead, 16 injured after pedestrians struck by van during attack in Toronto. “They shock us taking us out of our comfort zone,” he tells Global News via e-mail. Toronto-based clinical psychologist Dr. Maneet Bhatia says it is “normal” to feel scared, upset or worried after events like this one.

Source: CBS News

U.S.-backed Saudi coalition airstrike allegedly hits Yemen wedding

Tuesday 13:38 GMT

An airstrike by the Saudi-led coalition hit a wedding party in northern Yemen, killing at least 20 people, health officials said Monday, as harrowing images emerged on social media of the deadly bombing.

Saudi Arabia meanwhile has faced a flurry of attacks by the Houthis, with the kingdom's defense forces saying they have intercepted missiles targeting the capital, Riyadh, and other cities.

Source: Global News

Farah Nasser: ‘This changes everything’ — residents react to Toronto van attack

Today 02:29 GMT

I’d been on the scene for maybe an hour when a woman looked at me and said, with sadness in her eyes, “This changes everything.”

WATCH: Memorial setup across street from first scene where van attack on pedestrians in Toronto. Toronto the good, let’s not let prejudice lead to assumptions. In our Toronto, light flushes out darkness, we fight for those who can’t fight for themselves, and we give with our whole heart.

Source: New York Times

Fire at South China Karaoke Bar Kills 18, and Arson Is Suspected

Today 02:29 GMT

A fire that tore through a karaoke bar in southern China in the early hours of Tuesday killed 18 people, the police said, adding that arson was probably the cause.

After a fire roared through an apartment on the outskirts of Beijing in November, killing 19 people, the city intensified a program to expel migrant workers who live in such areas, displacing hundreds of thousands of people.

Source: Fox News

'Relentlessly Negative': Hillary Blasts 2016 Media Coverage for 'Opening Door to Charlatans'

Tuesday 17:18 GMT

Hillary Clinton Has Dozens of Excuses for Why She Lost... and the List Keeps Growing. Hillary Clinton took some more jabs at the media on Sunday, blaming negative coverage for playing a role in her loss in 2016.

Clinton said that negative news imparted by election coverage "has had a leveling effect that opens the doors to charlatans." Hillary Clinton goes after "false equivalency" in media coverage of the 2016 election: pic.twitter.com/RlusWEAEb3

Source: NBC News

Trump ends temporary protected status for 200,000 Salvadorans in U.S.

Today 07:03 GMT

The Department of Homeland Security will announce Monday that it plans to end temporary protected status for 200,000 Salvadorans currently living in the United States, according to senior administration officials.

"The past practice of allowing foreign nationals to remain in the United States long after an initial emergency in their home countries has ended has undermined the integrity of the program and essentially made the 'temporary' protected status a front operation for backdoor permanent immigration."

Source: Common Domain

Dozens of Chinese Tourists Killed in North Korea Road Accident

Today 00:10 GMT

Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang told reporters on Monday that the “severe traffic accident” killed 32 Chinese tourists and four North Koreans, while two other Chinese nationals were severely injured.

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un traveled to Beijing last month—his first trip outside his own country since coming to power—and met Chinese President Xi Jinping, a visit aimed at strengthening bilateral ties ahead of a planned summit between Mr. Kim and U.S. President Donald Trump.

Source: DW

Scientists discover what Uranus smells like

Today 07:03 GMT

The group of scientists, which included physicist Glenn Orton of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California, managed to detect the gas by analyzing reflected infrared light from Uranus.

A global team of researchers found evidence of hydrogen sulfide, a foul smelling gas usually occurring in rotten eggs, in the upper layers of clouds on Uranus. "Even after decades of observations and a visit by NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft, Uranus held on to one critical secret — the composition of its clouds," NASA said in press release on Tuesday.

Source: Global News

Sentencing delayed for Hamilton’s ‘hacker for hire’ in Yahoo data breach

Today 07:03 GMT

Karim Baratov pleaded guilty last year to charges in connection with the massive Yahoo data breach in 2014 that compromised more than 500 million user accounts.

Canadian accused in Yahoo hack pleads guilty to 9 charges in U.S. court. Outside of court in November, Baratov’s lawyers said their client hacked only eight accounts and did not know that he was working for Russian agents connected to the Yahoo breach.

Source: Global News

North Korea says it will suspend nuclear and missile testing

Saturday 14:32 GMT
Source: Fox News

North Korea announces end to missile testing as Trump cites 'big progress'

Saturday 14:32 GMT
Source: New York Times

‘Viva Verdi,’ Say Fans With Very Verdian Names

Sunday 21:51 GMT
Source: Washington Post

Make this one-pan Spanish Eggs and Potatoes, and you’ll learn how to fry

Sunday 21:51 GMT
Source: The Guradian

Kalidou Koulibaly’s late header seals victory for Napoli over Juventus

Sunday 21:51 GMT
Source: New York Times

Review: Anna Netrebko Emerges as a Powerful New Tosca at the Met

Sunday 21:51 GMT
Source: The Guradian

US and Russian nuclear arsenals set to be unchecked for first time since 1972

Wednesday 12:44 GMT
Source: Common Domain

Tencent Music: Tune In, But Don’t Turn On Yet

Tuesday 11:48 GMT
Source: Common Domain

$110 Million Malibu Beach Home Sets Los Angeles Price Record

Today 07:03 GMT
Source: Common Domain

Don’t blame oil prices for a narrowing gap in government bond yields, says BMO

Tuesday 19:10 GMT
Source: Common Domain

Advertising Guidelines for Online Sponsored, Branded & Featured Content

Today 07:03 GMT
Source: New York Times

‘I Feel Pretty’ and the Rise of Beauty-Standard Denialism

Tuesday 13:38 GMT
Source: BBC

Could the royal baby boost the economy?

Today 00:40 GMT
Source: Common Domain

Need STEM Teachers Look to Older Adults

Tuesday 13:39 GMT

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