Day: October 5, 2022

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Beware of ‘left toe spirosis’ and other ‘Wild’ diseases

  Residents wade in flood waters in San Miguel, Bulacan, a day after the onslaught of Supertyphoon “Karding” (international name: Noru). Wading in floodwaters exposes one to diseases. —GRIG C. MONTEGRANDE   I n his message in our Viber group a day after Supertyphoon “Karding” (international name: Noru) had left the country, Dr. Erric Cinco, […]

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Tenant angry after hot steam from broken pipe repeatedly leaks into Queens apartment

QUEENS, New York (WABC) — A man is fed up over a broken pipe that has repeatedly released hot steam into his apartment in Queens since Saturday. A steam bath at a spa can be luxurious, but when hot steam fills your entire apartment day after day it is a nightmare. “The first time I […]

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Hans Niemann: Teenage grandmaster ‘likely cheated’ in dozens of matches, Chess.com claims

CNN  —  Teenage chess grandmaster Hans Niemann “likely cheated” in more than 100 online matches, including ones with prize money involved, according to an investigation by one of the sport’s most popular websites. The 72-page report by Chess.com was released on Tuesday, a month after controversy erupted at a top tournament when the world chess […]

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PSEi up 3.54% on positive news

THE Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) extended its gains on Tuesday, surging by 204.57 points, or 3.54 percent, to close at 5,987.72 amid continued bargain hunting, boosted by the improvement in the manufacturing sector and the easing of the 10-year Treasury notes to about 3.583 percent, down from more than 4 percent last week. “The […]

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In Morocco hills, cannabis farmers bet on budding industry

In the hills of northern Morocco, vast cannabis fields are ready for harvest, but farmers complain that a government plan to market the crop legally is yet to deliver them any benefits. The marginalised Rif region has long been a major source of illicit hashish smuggled to Europe while Moroccan authorities, wary of social unrest, […]

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The Beatles: Love Me Do celebrated at Sir Paul McCartney's former home

The 60th anniversary of The Beatles’ debut is marked with a gig at Sir Paul McCartney’s childhood home.

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North Korea fires second ballistic missile

North Korea has launched a second suspected ballistic missile. It follows the unannounced missile it fired over Japan on Tuesday.

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Luke Donald says Ryder Cup can ‘unify’ golf despite LIV split

Milan – Luke Donald said Tuesday that next year’s Ryder Cup will “unify” golf despite the sport descending into civil war over the mega-rich breakaway LIV tour. Golf was plunged into crisis when the Saudi-funded LIV Golf Series was announced earlier this year, offering players who switched from the traditional PGA and European tours huge […]

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A wild new way to use Android widgets

When we Androidians think about widgets, we tend to think about our humble home screens. Makes sense, right? That’s where widgets have traditionally existed here in the land o’ Android (with one short-lived exception, anyway, but Google’s convinced we’ve forgotten about that). Hold the phone, though — ’cause it turns out there’s a whole other way […]

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FIFA 23: Best Young LB / LWB Wonderkids for Career Mode

With so many exciting players coming every year and the change of popular styles, the left-back position has never been more exciting in the game of football. In this list of the best young left-back wonderkids, we look at some of the most promising football talents in FIFA 23 and why you should add them […]

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