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Day: September 18, 2017

15 Ways Not Drinking Enough Water Is Making You Sick
ENGLISH, Life Style

15 Ways Not Drinking Enough Water Is Making You Sick

    The definition of dehydration is the body getting rid of more fluids, usually through sweating or going to the bathroom more than normal, than it absorbs. You need more water in the summer season. They will leave you tired and sweaty, so it’s important to keep the importance of staying hydrated in mind. 15 Ways Dehydration Is Making You Sick The definition of dehydration is the body getting rid of more fluids, usually through sweating or going to the bathroom more than normal, than it absorbs. The result affects every organ. You need more water in the summer season as you engage in more outdoor activities. They will leave you tired and sweaty, so it’s important to keep the importance of staying hydrated in mind. Restricted airways When lacking water, the body will restrict...
Two Rohingya refugees death by wild elephants in Cox’s Bazar camp
Bangladesh, ENGLISH

Two Rohingya refugees death by wild elephants in Cox’s Bazar camp

    Wild elephants trampled to death two Rohingya Muslims in Bangladesh on Monday when they rampaged through a settlement where the refugees were taking shelter after fleeing a military offensive in neighbouring Myanmar. More than 410,000 refugees from Myanmar have poured into Bangladesh since Aug. 25 when attacks by Rohingya militants on security posts triggered a Myanmar army operation that the United Nations has described as ethnic cleansing. ‘There are elephants in the forest, close to the place where many Rohingya refugees are clearing forest to make huts,’ police official Chailau Murma told Reuters. An elderly person and a toddler were killed when the elephants rampaged through the area, he said. Three other people were taken to hospital to be treated for injuries, a ref...
How much does the UK pay to the EU
ENGLISH, United Kingdom

How much does the UK pay to the EU

    After the UK Statistics Authority rebuked Boris Johnson for reviving a claim that up to £350 million a week extra would be available for the NHS after Brexit, we look at how much the UK gives to the EU: The UK made a net contribution to the European Union of roughly £156 million a week in 2016/17. Treasury figures released in the summer suggested the total amount for the 12 months to March 2017 was £8.1 billion, the lowest level for five years. The UK’s gross contribution to the EU budget in 2016/17, before the application of the rebate, totalled £16.9 billion or around £325 million a week. But, as the UK Statistics Authority pointed out during the referendum campaign, the Treasury pays the UK’s contributions to the EU after deducting the value of the rebate. The rebate in...
No Sky Lantern Festival this year protesting Rohingya persecution
Asia, ENGLISH

No Sky Lantern Festival this year protesting Rohingya persecution

    Protesting persecution on Rohingya in Myanmar, the Buddhist community in Bangladesh will not fly lantern during their Probarona festival, the second largest religious festival, to be held on 5 October. The fund collected for the lantern festival will be donated for relief goods for Rohingya refugees, said Ashok Barua, main coordinator of Bangladesh Sammilito Bouddha Samaj, at a press briefing in city on Monday. The Buddhist community of Bangladesh also condemned the atrocities on Rohingya people in Rakahine state in Myanmar and decided to hold a modest celebration of Probarona Purnima to express solidarity with distressed Rohingyas. Over 410,000 Rohingyas, mostly women, children and old people, fled violence to seek safety in Bangladesh since 25 August, when Myanmar securi...
London Parsons Green station Attacker caught on CCTV
ENGLISH, United Kingdom

London Parsons Green station Attacker caught on CCTV

    Grainy footage has emerged of a man holding a Lidl bag close to a house in Surrey raided in the aftermath of the Parsons Green attack. ITV has obtained images from CCTV showing a man in Sunbury-on-Thames around an hour and a half before the attack on Friday morning. Pictures of the man with the bag, reminiscent of what is thought to be a homemade bomb found at Parson’s Green, emerged as police continued to search the home linked to a couple highly respected for their work looking after foster children. Police believe they have identified the main suspect, an 18-year-old man arrested at the Port of Dover. He is in custody, along with a 21-year-old man who was arrested in Hounslow on Saturday. Officers are searching the house of an elderly couple known for fostering hundreds...
Wayne Rooney 100 hours unpaid work and banned from road for 2 year after drink driving
ENGLISH, United Kingdom

Wayne Rooney 100 hours unpaid work and banned from road for 2 year after drink driving

    Wayne Rooney ordered to do 100 hours unpaid work and banned from road after pleading guilty to drink driving charge Former England captain Wayne Rooney has been banned from the road for two years after admitting a drink driving rap which has plunged his nine-year marriage into crisis. The Everton and ex-Manchester United striker was also ordered to perform 100 hours of unpaid work as part of a 12-month community order at Stockport magistrates' court. The 31-year-old stared straight ahead as he pleaded guilty to being almost three times over the drink drive limit when he was stopped by police at around 2am on September 1 while drunkenly driving a woman home. Rooney's pregnant wife Coleen was on holiday in Mallorca with their three children at the time of his arrest. Coleen ...