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Image : Preventing low-oxygen response stops flare-ups in bone disorder

Preventing low-oxygen response stops flare-ups in bone disorder

person Orange Themes access_time May 03,2016

PHILADELPHIA, May 2 (UPI) -- Researchers found oxygen starvation of cells in patients with a rare bone condition is responsible for bone growth in muscles, which may lead to a treatment.

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Unforgettable experiences of foreign tourists to Vietnam

person Orange Themes access_time Dec 14,2016

Riding bikes to rural villages, enjoying street food in Hanoi, learning to cook in Hoi An or watching Water Puppet shows are unforgettable experiences of foreign visitors to Vietnam.

Image : Premier League: Vardy's rags to riches rise a victory for the dreamers

Premier League: Vardy's rags to riches rise a victory for the dreamers

person Orange Themes access_time May 03,2016

In years to come when people recall how Leicester's City intrepid Foxes turned sporting logic on …

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Britain says some of Manchester bomber's network potentially still at large

access_timeMay 31,2017 chat_bubble_outline16

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From Britain, first China-bound freight train sets off with exports

access_timeApr 10,2017 chat_bubble_outline58

Yahoo News The first freight train to run from Britain to China departed on Monday, carrying goods such as vitamins, baby products, and pharmaceuticals as Britain seeks to burnish its global trading credentials for when it leaves the European Union....

Britain's Royal Mint introduces 12-edged pound coin

access_timeMar 28,2017 chat_bubble_outline58

Yahoo News Counterfeiting the British pound just got a whole lot harder. The change, which marks the first new coin out of the UK in three decades, comes as officials grapple with threats of fraud and counterfeiting, and the impact such activities...

Britain's Boris Johnson renounces US citizenship

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Yahoo News British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson, who was born in New York, has renounced his US citizenship, according to a United States Treasury Department document released Wednesday. Alexander Boris Johnson figured in the Treasury list of...

Raids in Germany, Britain in probe linked to Syria militants

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Yahoo News BERLIN (AP) — German prosecutors say that apartments and other properties in western Germany and Britain are being searched in an investigation of two people accused of supporting the Nusra Front, an al-Qaida-linked group in Syria....

Britain advances in Davis Cup after Canadian default

access_timeFeb 06,2017 chat_bubble_outline33

Yahoo News Britain booked a Davis Cup quarter-final matchup against France in odd fashion Sunday after the decisive final singles match ended when Canada's Denis Shapovalov hit the umpire with a ball. The 17-year-old Israeli-born Canadian was...

Canada, Britain all-square after Davis Cup Day 1

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Yahoo News Dan Evans, coming off his first ATP final last month in Sydney, got Britain off to a winning start before Canada's Vasek Pospisil made it 1-1 after the first day of their World Group Davis Cup tie. Evans opened the first-round clash on...

Britain wins dual-national exemption from Trump visa ban

access_timeJan 29,2017 chat_bubble_outline46

Yahoo News Britain on Sunday won an exemption for its citizens and dual nationals to US President Donald Trump's visa ban on seven mostly Muslim countries. Foreign Minister Boris Johnson secured the deal after it emerged high-profile British...

Britain's May woos Turkey for trade, presses on rights

access_timeJan 28,2017 chat_bubble_outline31

Yahoo News British Prime Minister Theresa May on Saturday promised steps to ramp up trade between Turkey and Britain ahead of Brexit but also urged Ankara to uphold human rights following a failed coup. On her first visit to Turkey as premier and...

Britain's May in Turkey to seek stronger ties after Bexit vote

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Yahoo News British Prime Minister Theresa May arrived in Turkey on Saturday for her first visit since becoming premier, hoping to expand ties and seal a new trading relationship before Britain leaves the EU. Fresh from meeting new US President...

Britain's May due in Turkey for talks with Erdogan

access_timeJan 28,2017 chat_bubble_outline45

Yahoo News ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — British Prime Minister Theresa May, who met with U.S. President Donald Trump in Washington, is due to arrive in Turkey for a meeting with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan — another important but complicated British...

Trump pledges 'lasting support' to US relations with Britain

access_timeJan 27,2017 chat_bubble_outline36

Yahoo News WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump on Friday pledged America's "lasting support" to the U.S.' historic "special relationship" with Britain after he emerged from his first meeting with British Prime Minister Theresa May, leader of an...

Britain becoming U.S. vassal state, says French presidential hopeful Macron

access_timeJan 27,2017 chat_bubble_outline45

Yahoo News Britain is becoming subservient to a United States that will be extremely difficult to cooperate with judging by President Donald Trump's "serious and worrying" first acts, French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron said on Friday....

Britain's economy grew at robust pace at end of 2016

access_timeJan 26,2017 chat_bubble_outline43

Yahoo News LONDON (AP) — Britain's economy grew by a rate of 0.6 percent in the last three months of 2016, as the country continued to demonstrate resilience in the months after the vote to leave the European Union....

Britain can discuss but not seal trade deals while still in EU: executive

access_timeJan 24,2017 chat_bubble_outline34

Yahoo News Britain can discuss but not seal bilateral trade deals while it remains a member of the European Union, the deputy head of the bloc's executive, which will lead the technical negotiations on Brexit, said on Tuesday. Frans Timmermans'...

Britain's Supreme Court set to rule on Brexit case

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Yahoo News LONDON (AP) — Britain's Supreme Court will rule Tuesday on whether the prime minister or Parliament has the right to trigger the process of taking Britain out of the European Union....

Britain's Hammond: Trump creates new uncertainty for Europe

access_timeJan 20,2017 chat_bubble_outline37

Yahoo News DAVOS, Switzerland (AP) — Britain's treasury chief says Donald Trump's accession to the U.S. presidency is likely to create even more uncertainty for Europe than his country's unprecedented departure from the EU....

Britain and Gibraltar 'one EU entity': court advisor

access_timeJan 19,2017 chat_bubble_outline34

Yahoo News Britain and Gibraltar count as one EU state in terms of a key aspect of the single market, a senior EU lawyer said Thursday, in an opinion that could effect the territory's life after Brexit. The lawyer rebuffed a challenge by Gibraltar's...

Britain's Johnson wants to maintain Iran nuclear deal

access_timeJan 16,2017 chat_bubble_outline28

Yahoo News Brussels (AFP) - British foreign minister Boris Johnson said on Monday the Iran nuclear accord that US President-elect Donald Trump has threatened to tear up must be maintained....

Britain and UAE launch joint military exercises

access_timeJan 15,2017 chat_bubble_outline45

Yahoo News DUBAI (Reuters) - Britain and the United Arab Emirates launched a joint military exercise dubbed "Sea Dagger 2017", Emirati state news agency WAM reported on Sunday. The exercise, which WAM said was aimed at "training on the planning,...

Merkel says no 'cherry picking' for Britain in Brexit talks

access_timeJan 09,2017 chat_bubble_outline53

Yahoo News By Joseph Nasr BERLIN (Reuters) - The European Union must consider limiting Britain's access to its market if London fails to accept the bloc's 'four freedoms' in Brexit negotiations, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Monday....

Britain's health service in a 'humanitarian crisis': Red Cross

access_timeJan 07,2017 chat_bubble_outline60

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Britain's EU ambassador quits before Brexit trigger

access_timeJan 04,2017 chat_bubble_outline53

Yahoo News Britain's ambassador to the European Union resigned on Tuesday, adding uncertainty to the Brexit process less than three months before the UK is due to trigger its departure negotiations. Ivan Rogers, a highly-regarded diplomat who had...

Britain, edging towards Trump, scolds Kerry over Israel

access_timeDec 30,2016 chat_bubble_outline46

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Britain gets creative in fighting rampant food waste

access_timeDec 30,2016 chat_bubble_outline37

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