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World 100-year-old woman says wine is key to longevity
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But after hearing Florence Bearse's story, when it comes to my wine consumption, I'm not changing a damn thing. " I like my wine ", Florence Bearse told WLBZ-TV at her July 8 birthday party at the Westgate Center for Rehabilitation in Bangor where the former MA restaurateur now lives.

Author: 0 Luka Modric: Manchester United is a step down for James Rodriguez

Reports have just burst on to the scenes that Manchester United have agreed a £35million fee for another one of Chelsea's prime target Tiemoué Bakayoko. Conte is also a fan of Swansea City's Fernando Llorente and Crystal Palace's Christian Benteke, but either man would be signed as a back-up striker.

World Disturbing Video Shows Cop Shooting Family's Dogs In Fenced Backyard
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In 2016, the US Department of Justice estimated that almost 25 dogs are killed by law enforcement officers every day in the United States. In the surveillance footage that's now on Facebook , the officer climbed over the fence into Jennifer LeMay's backyard and was greeted by the two dogs, Rock and Ciroc, before firing at them.

World California governor plans to host 2018 global climate summit
Author: 0 California governor plans to host 2018 global climate summit

This evening, in a video conference address to a global citizen festival in Hamburg, Germany, Brown will once again thrown down the gauntlet. Noting Trump's plans to withdraw from the Paris environmental accords, the California governor lashed out at the president, saying his state will take the lead in fighting climate change.

World Did referee Romain Poite get the big calls right in third Test?
Author: 0 Did referee Romain Poite get the big calls right in third Test?

The Wales hooker was deemed accidentally offside when he clutched a ball that had rebounded forward off Liam Williams. "We would have been devastated as a group if we had of lost the game from that kick off". "It's a game and as little kids, we were taught to take the good with the bad; and we have to do that". "Well it's either offside or it isn't offside and if we all know it's offside then it's offside", he said somewhat cryptically.

World Arms sales to Saudi Arabia are lawful, rules High Court
Author: 0 Arms sales to Saudi Arabia are lawful, rules High Court

An annual report by United Nations experts who monitor sanctions and the conflict in Yemen , seen by Reuters news agency in January, said the Saudi-led coalition had carried out attacks in Yemen that "may amount to war crimes", accusations that Riyadh has rejected.

World Democrats and Republicans Divided on Impact of Religion in the US
Author: 0 Democrats and Republicans Divided on Impact of Religion in the US

Last year, 45 percent of Republicans had a negative view of institutions of higher education. In September 2015, for example, 54 percent of Republicans Pew polled said colleges and universities positively impacted America, whereas Democratic views on higher-education institutions have remained relatively unchanged.

World Here's what's in the Star Wars Battlefront 2 beta
Author: 0 Here's what's in the Star Wars Battlefront 2 beta

But that's only part of the story. More details about the beta and the new Starfighter Assault battle mode will be shared at the upcoming Gamescom. Those who pre-order will get a two-day head start on everyone else as the beta opens to the public on October 6.

World Jenners respond to lawsuit: Only 2 Tupac T-shirts sold
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Or at least their clothing company, Kendall + Kylie , have. The Jenners have pulled the tees and related images from their online stores, but they're still facing a lawsuit, Billboard reports . "Only two Tupac T-shirts were sold before being pulled from distribution", the Jenners said in a statement. Of course, it didn't take long for the heat to come down on the reality show stars after releasing the shirts, since they not only plastered their faces over Tupac's image, they did ...

World Teen wins lotto twice in one week totaling more than $650K
Author: 0 Teen wins lotto twice in one week totaling more than $650K

Dominguez claimed her $655,555 all at once. Dominguez scratched that ticket and discovered she'd won the top prize of $555,555! " I was so nervous I just wanted to cry ", said Dominguez. The California Lottery said she told the organisation she plans to use the money to go shopping and buy a new auto. A few days later she bought a $5 Lucky Fortune ticket, this time winning $100,000.

World Beijing: US apologised for confusing China with Taiwan
Author: 0 Beijing: US apologised for confusing China with Taiwan

Upending long-standing diplomatic protocol, Trump accepted a congratulatory phone call from Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen in December and questioned the wisdom of the "one-China policy" under which Washington maintains only unofficial relations with Taiwan.

World Forest fire burning west of 100 Mile House expanding quickly
Author: 0 Forest fire burning west of 100 Mile House expanding quickly

Clark said crews have done exemplary work, conducting themselves in the professional manner we've come to expect from them. The fire forced Highway 1 to shut down in both directions between Ashcroft and Cache Creek, while Highway 97C running through Ashcroft was also closed.

World Human shield case: govt directed to pay Rs 10L
Author: 0 Human shield case: govt directed to pay Rs 10L

The commission said the case was listed before Justice Bilal Nazki, chairperson of the J&K State Human Rights Commission, who directed the Jammu and Kashmir government to pay compensation to the tune of Rs 10 lakh to the victim. "It is time for defense minister, army chief and others to tender unconditional apology over the issue as SHRC would definitely have checked all the angles related to the shameful incident", Rasheed said in a statement issued Monday while remarking that SHRC was not ...

World Mongolia on Presidential Election Second Round
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The man who headed the Mongolian Judo Association since 2006 came out on top of a second vote for the Democratic Party against main rival Miyeegombyn Enkbold of the Mongolian People's Party. Earlier in the day, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe's (OSCE) election observation mission said in its report that the second round of the presidential election in Mongolia was held in accordance with global standards despite confusion over several legal issues with the country's ...

World Bucks DA: 'All hands on deck' in search for 4 missing men
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He asked "for patience and prayers". "We've been treating this from the outset as a criminal investigation, and nothing has deterred that to this point", Weintraub said. News outlets have reported that cars belonging to both Potash and Meo have been found in the area. A friend of the couple, Amb Ro Clark , revealed in a Facebook post there was additional urgency to locate Meo as he is diabetic.

World Jay Z to make Miami stop on '4:44 Tour'
Author: 0 Jay Z to make Miami stop on '4:44 Tour'

Jay-Z is one of the best-selling musical artists in history and has won 21 Grammy Awards. The Live Nation/radio/venue presale is 10 a.m. -10 p.m. Thursday. Pre-sale ticket sales for Tidal members , VIP packages, and Citi Card members will take place July 10-13. Subscribers to Tidal, the streaming service of which Jay Z is a part owner, can access pre-sale tickets beginning at noon on Monday.

World Tremaine Edmunds named to the Bednarik Award Watch List
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Redshirt sophomore defensive back Derwin James was named to both watch lists. Rypien is coming off a sophomore season in which he led the Mountain West in passing yards (3,646), completions (244) and attempts (394). He also rushed for 139 yards against No. 2 MI on October 29, the most by a player against the Wolverines during the regular season. Richardson has also forced four career fumbles, recovered three fumbles and broke up three passes.

World Japan's Okinoshima Island gains Unesco World Heritage status
Author: 0 Japan's Okinoshima Island gains Unesco World Heritage status

The UNESCO World Heritage site status applies to Okinoshima and seven other locations that are connected to the island. Okinoshima , located midway between the south-western main island of Kyushu and the Korean peninsula, was once the site of rituals to pray for maritime safety and a centre for relations with China and Korea that stretch back as far as the fourth century, reports the Guardian.

World Japan heavy rains toll reaches 21
Author: 0 Japan heavy rains toll reaches 21

The Japan Meteorological Agency predicted the region will receive 100 mm of rain in the next 24 hours and has warned of possible landslides caused by the storms, reports Efe news. "It's tough, it's tough", said an elderly man, who was pushing a wheelbarrow in the heavy rain, carrying mud out of an old wooden "ramen" noodle restaurant.

World Everton close on Gylfi Sigurdsson deal
Author: 0 Everton close on Gylfi Sigurdsson deal

The report has also claimed of Everton's interest in the Iceland global, while The Daily Star reported earlier this month that West Ham United want the 27-year-old. Everton have been firm favourites to sign the Icelandic attacking midfielder, but the reports that the 2015/16 Premier League champions have come in with a serious bid.

World SRK plays a guide in 'Jab Harry Met Sejal'
Author: 0 SRK plays a guide in 'Jab Harry Met Sejal'

The lyrics written by Irshad Kamil talks about a traveler's friendship with journey and roads that know his mind more than anyone else. This is the most lovely song to come out of any Bollywood album recently. Ashley Lobo says choreographing Shah Rukh Khan was a delightful experience, as the actor is full of ideas and even adds interesting nifty movements of his own.

World Western doctors say Liu Xiaobo can travel
Author: 0 Western doctors say Liu Xiaobo can travel

The foreign physicians' statement, which was emailed to reporters and posted on both their universities' websites, marks a surprise break in Chinese authorities' tight control over information about Liu, who is suffering from late-stage liver cancer, the WSJ said.