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Armenian police earlier denied opposition MP Sasun Mikaelyan's report that Pashinyan had been arrested. Pashinyan whereabouts have so far been unknown. As a lawmaker, he is protected by parliamentary immunity and cannot be arrested without the approval of fellow MPs....
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Ken Wyatt replied: “What right does a senior, frail Australian have to be protected from someone who chooses not to [get a vaccine] and then ends up with a virulent flu that then causes their death?”
Minister for Aged Care and Indigenous Health Ken Wyatt. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen Mr Wyatt highlighted the deaths of 18 elderly residents across two aged-care homes last year: Uniting AgeWell Strathdevon aged care facility in Tasmania’s north-west, and St John’s Retirement Village in Wangaratta....
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Posted in Foodborne Illness Outbreaks Based on new information from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) is advising residents to not eat romaine lettuce from the Yuma, Arizona growing region....
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Bill Gates warned Wednesday that malaria was back on the rise again and would continue to claim more lives worldwide unless governments reinvigorated their push to eradicate the disease. Malaria death rates have been in steady decline since 2000 but rose in 2016 as progress towards eliminating the mosquito-borne preventable disease stalled....
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Three locations in New York City and the Hudson Valley may have been exposed to measles, according to state health officials. Anyone who visited these locations on the listed dates may have been exposed, state health officials said: Watchtower Education Center, Watchtower, Driver, Patterson (Tuesday, April 17, between 10 a....
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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Indiana health officials are advising residents to get vaccinated for hepatitis A if their summer plans include visits to Kentucky or Michigan. The Department of Health says significant outbreaks of the liver-damaging hepatitis A virus have been reported in Kentucky and Michigan....
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BOSTON A man has been stabbed in the leg in Boston near the playoff game between the Boston Bruins and the Toronto Maple Leafs. Police say the 26-year-old man was stabbed shortly after 7 p.m. Saturday on Portland Street, which is a short distance away from the hockey arena at TD Garden....
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Entities: Sean Kuraly; Zach Hyman; Tomas Plekanec; Patrick Marleau; Connor Brown; Tommy Wingels; Patrice Bergeron; Tyler Bozak; Brad Marchand; Torey Krug; Mitch Marner; James van Riemsdyk; Антон Худобин; David Backes; Mike Babcock; William Nylander; Tuukka Rask; Frederik Andersen; Auston Matthews; Charlie McAvoy; Andreas Johansson; David Pastrnak; Noel Acciari; Nazem al Qadri;
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Frederik Andersen said: "We want to battle for each other," "We want to play for each other in this locker room"
Tuukka Rask said: "Probably could've stopped more pucks with my eyes closed," "It's on me, but [I'm] moving on to the next one and we'll finish it out in Toronto"
Nazem al Qadri said: "That was a little bit nerve-wracking, but that's maturity,"
Frederik Andersen finished off an energy drink as he prepared to speak with reporters. Then he paused to take a sip of water in the middle of his first answer. The exhausted Toronto goalie had earned every drop. Andersen made 42 saves as the Maple Leafs survived a furious third-period charge from.......
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Source: UK Government. As a result of UK lobbying, the World Bank Group has committed to focus significantly more of its resources on poorer countries, increasing from 63% to 70% by 2030, while ensuring richer countries will pay more to borrow. The UK is to commit more money, $547m (approx....
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The Dubai Health Authority has launched the school health policy for the Emirate of Dubai with an aim to create a safe, healthy and motivating school environment for pupils. The comprehensive policy has three main key components: disease prevention and early detection, health information and.......
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