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When an aircraft overshoots the runway , it means it moved past a specified point unintentionally, and this can be as a result of too much speed or that the plane is unable to stop. "Thankfully there were no casualties and ALL passengers and crew on board were disembarked safely with the timely response from the ground emergency services".
  • Netherlands Name Ronald Koeman New Head Coach

    Netherlands Name Ronald Koeman New Head Coach

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    The Netherlands were runners-up at the 2010 World Cup and finished third in 2014 in Brazil but failed to qualify for Euro 2016 and this summer's World Cup. He also said there was more "tactically" that the team can do, hinting that he may not always stick with the Dutch team's vaunted 4-3-3 line up saying "I'm a coach who likes to change systems" adding players should be able "to handle different systems".
  • 6 things you can do right now to help prevent the flu

    6 things you can do right now to help prevent the flu

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    By the end of the 2009 flu season , 148 pediatric cases had the same outcome. The Department of Health and Hospitals had originally planned for a single day event on January 31 at these locations. "Being around so many people at school and at work makes me very nervous about getting the flu, so I am trying to do everything I can to make sure I don't".
  • Government research shows link between cell phone radiation and tumors in rats

    Government research shows link between cell phone radiation and tumors in rats

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    They were exposed to radiation at strengths from 1 to 10 watts per kilogram of tissue, compared with levels of about 1W/kg for most modern smartphones. Early reactions to the findings suggest they will not dramatically reshape the debate over cell phone safety. He said the findings are meant to help inform the design of future cell phone technologies.
  • Prostate cancer now kills more in United Kingdom than breast cancer

    Prostate cancer now kills more in United Kingdom than breast cancer

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    But for patients who are obese, smoke and have high cholesterol or blood pressure - or those already diagnosed with heart disease - the risk is even greater. While it's not a symptoms of the cancer itself, it could be a sign of the disease: frequent peeing at night is linked to a possible tumour causing the prostate gland to swell.
  • Welsh back to face Wales in Six Nations

    Welsh back to face Wales in Six Nations

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    Scotland continued to press against their opponents but were caught out on six minutes when Gareth Davies intercepted outside his own 22 and raced the length of the pitch to score in the corner. That was the last clear chance of the first half and Wales headed to their changing room with a spring in their step, but knowing there was still plenty of work to do.
  • Groundhog Day: She was in the thick of things

    Groundhog Day: She was in the thick of things

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    As the tradition goes, whether the groundhog sees his shadow forecasts whether there will be six more weeks of winter or we will have an early spring. Canadians celebrate Groundhog Day , too. When German immigrants settled in Pennsylvania in the 1700s they brought the Candlemas tradition with them.
  • Study tests plasma biomarkers for Alzheimer's

    Study tests plasma biomarkers for Alzheimer's

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    This is why there is a huge amount of research into tests for Alzheimer's. The gold standard now for testing for the presence of amyloid beta are costly PET scans, or analysing spinal fluid collected via invasive lumbar punctures. "Some of these studies could be markedly improved from a cost and efficiency basis if we could preselect people going into clinical trials through blood test", Professor Masters said.
  • Who Is Massachusetts Representative Joe Kennedy III?

    Who Is Massachusetts Representative Joe Kennedy III?

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    In his brief, prepared remarks, Kennedy painted a bleak picture of a country riven by mass shootings, white supremacist marches, a "war" on environmental protections, and a Russian Federation "knee deep" in American democracy. Trump drew bipartisan applause for his call for rebuilding infrastructure and reducing the price of prescription drugs. "I don't know that the Kennedy name is going to have any magic with voters who have given up the on the Democratic Party", Mr.
  • US mediator says despite Rohingya crisis, Suu Kyi best hope for Myanmar

    US mediator says despite Rohingya crisis, Suu Kyi best hope for Myanmar

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    Richardson, a former Clinton administration cabinet member, quit as the 10-member advisory board was making its first visit to western Rakhine State, from which almost 700,000 Rohingyahave fled in recent months. Around 688,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled from Rakhine to Bangladesh in recent months to escape an army crackdown following insurgent attacks on security forces.
  • "Shameful" rise in homelessness across England for seventh consecutive year

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    The figures were compiled by counting the number of people sleeping outside and do not take into account squatters or those in hostels. Burnham revealed plans to tackle homelessness yesterday which included a £1.8million Social Impact Bond "granted to help entrenched rough sleepers, with 50 now in the process and another 200 referred for help"; a new cold weather plan which will see " emergency support given as soon as temperatures hit freezing in a national first " and "1,000 emergency ...
  • Vince McMahon Bringing Back the XFL in 2020

    Vince McMahon Bringing Back the XFL in 2020

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    Game's going to end in two hours. WWE shares hit an all-time high of US$34 after Thursday's announcement, with McMahon putting US$100 million of his own money in to the project, while ESPN's recent " 30 for 30 " documentary This Was The XFL generated some nostalgic buzz.
  • Pet owners need to watch out for dog flu

    Pet owners need to watch out for dog flu

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    Protesters with a dog demonstrate near the Brandenburg Gate during the Women's March in Berlin on January 21, 2018. Humans aren't the only ones spreading the flu. This dog did develop pneumonia. The mortality rate is less than 10 percent, said the American Veterinary Medical Association . If you do think your dog might be infected, doctors can do a test to confirm.
  • Flu season getting worse, as illness has 'lot more steam' than expected

    Flu season getting worse, as illness has 'lot more steam' than expected

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    As the country has already experienced a heightened flu season, health officials recommend residents still get the influenza shot ahead of the normal "peak" time. "If you assume we're about halfway through the season, and you multiplied the 30 cases so far by two, that's a relatively average year for pediatric deaths", says Dr.
  • 7 ethnic Rakhine killed as Myanmar police open fire at riot

    7 ethnic Rakhine killed as Myanmar police open fire at riot

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    Myanmar has agreed to accept 1,500 rohingya every week, adding that it aims to return all of them to Myanmar within two years. Refugees are homesick, but they are unwilling to return as congenial atmosphere has not been created yet for safe and voluntary repatriation with dignity and honour, the statement said.