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Man dies from rare disorder after eating squirrel brains

Monday 20:03 GMT

A man in New York developed an extremely rare and fatal brain disorder after he ate squirrel brains, according to a new report of the man's case.

It's unclear if the man consumed the entire squirrel brain or just squirrel meat that was contaminated with parts of squirrel brain, Chen said. [27 Oddest Medical Cases]. Chen didn't treat the patient, but she uncovered the case while writing a report on suspected Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease cases seen at her hospital in the last five years.

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After Brunson release, spotlight turns to NASA scientist, other Americans jailed in Turkey

Monday 20:58 GMT

While the news of Pastor Andrew Brunson’s release from Turkish imprisonment on Friday was warmly welcomed in Washington circles, nearly a dozen more American citizens remain jailed in Turkish prisons in what U.S. have officials have deemed acts of "political hostage-taking."

Turkey should now free others, including NASA scientist Serkan Golge & U.S. consulate workers,” tweeted Rep. Ed Royce, a California Republican and chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee.

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Official royal wedding photos released

Sunday 22:44 GMT

The wedding was watched on an extended episode of ITV's This Morning by an average of three million people, giving the channel its best ratings for the timeslot since William and Kate's marriage in 2011.

A fourth image reveals the smiling newlyweds in their evening wear ahead of a private dinner at Royal Lodge in Windsor Great Park on Friday evening. Mr Posen was reportedly inspired by the beauty of Windsor and the surrounding countryside and the blush of an English rose, according to Buckingham Palace.


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