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August 4, 2018 6:21 AM Indonesia to deport Australian graduate student traveling to Papua

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesian authorities have denied entry and will deport an Australian graduate student who was traveling via Bali to Indonesia’s easternmost province of Papua on vacation. Belinda Lopez, a PhD candidate for Indonesian studies at Macquarie University in Australia, wrote on social media that she had been detained at Bali’s Denpasar 59

August 3, 2018 2:29 PM Russia denies letting in new North Korean workers

(Reuters) - Russia on Friday denied a report by the Wall Street Journal that said Moscow was allowing thousands of fresh North Korean laborers into the country and granting them new work permits in potential violation of U.N sanctions. Over 10,000 new North Korean workers have registered in Russia since September, the newspaper said, citing records from Russia’s 65

July 27, 2018 5:32 PM When the World Opened the Gates of China

Was it a mistake for the U.S. to allow China to join the World Trade Organization? Assessments of the 2001 deal often determine positions in today’s bitter trade debate. With a congressional vote looming in the spring of 2000, President Bill Clinton mustered his best arguments for why lawmakers should approve his proposed deal for China to join the World 73

July 25, 2018 6:51 PM Childhood abuse linked to endometriosis risk

(Reuters Health) - Women who were abused as children may be more likely to develop endometriosis in adulthood, separate studies suggest. The authors of a European report in the journal Human Reproduction found a 20 percent to 50 percent increased risk of developing endometriosis with a history of sexual or emotional abuse, while the authors of a large 96

July 24, 2018 7:26 PM Pregnant dolphin shot and killed in Mississippi; wildlife officials offer $11K reward for information

The dolphin was shot with a "small caliber bullet," according to the NOAA. (Institute for Marine Mammal Studies) Wildlife officials are offering a hefty reward to anyone who can provide information about a pregnant bottlenose dolphin that was shot to death in southern Mississippi. The bottlenose dolphin was found on Waveland Beach in April, according 125

July 20, 2018 2:12 PM SEC Coaches Who Are All ‘I’s

Studies show people of higher status tend to use ‘we’ more often than ‘I’; Here’s a look at the football coaches with the most first-person speech Southeastern Conference schools hired or elevated six head football coaches for the coming season, including Texas A&M’s Jimbo Fisher for $75 million over 10 years. To gauge how confident these newcomers are of thriving 22

July 20, 2018 12:32 PM ‘Pack Up and Get Out’: Nicaraguan Unrest Shakes U.S. Expat Community

Thousands of Americans flocked to Nicaragua in search of a cheap, safe and tropical locale. A violent uprising upended their plans. GRANADA, Nicaragua—After decades teaching social studies at a California high school, Noel Correa moved to Nicaragua, buying a home on the outskirts of this colonial city. Then, the country he chose as his retirement paradise 96

July 18, 2018 5:30 PM Former high school teacher who fired gun in classroom sentenced to prison

Raw video: Police spokesperson Bruce Frazier updates media on incident at Dalton High School in Georgia where a teacher allegedly barricaded himself in a classroom before opening fire. A former Georgia teacher was sentenced Tuesday to two years in prison after a February incident in which he fired a revolver in his classroom. Jesse Randal Davidson, 53, pleaded 52

July 18, 2018 3:20 PM Does eating beef jerky cause psychiatric symptoms?

The researchers noted that the findings showed only an association between processed meats and manic episodes — the new research didn't prove cause and effect. (iStock) Here's a strange bit of health news: A new study found that people with bipolar disorder who eat pepperoni, salami and other dry, cured meats might be at much higher risk of developing 89

July 15, 2018 11:41 PM How dangerous are Toronto streets for the city's cyclists?

Cyclists in Toronto are raising concerns about the risks of riding bikes following a rash of deaths this summer. How dangerous is it to saddle up in Canada's largest city? That experience has led the 66-year-old biking enthusiast to a controversial opinion - that Toronto is the most perilous city in the world to be a cyclist. "If you have to have to - for any length 57