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Siblings Hospitalized with Severe Burns After Drinking Apple Juice Laced with Methanol

The siblings are believed to have ingested a chemical substance, possibly ethanol, that caused them serious burns to the throat and mouth. A spokeswoman for the medical center said Monday morning that both children are in "fair condition".

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April the Giraffe 'on Edge' Amid Calf's Extreme Kicking, Zoo Says

The latest update from the zoo said: "April is in a much better mood today; but we completely understand her swings!" Dietrich also said she never expected so many people to watch her video , calling the reaction "insane". She's now pregnant with her fourth calf and lives adjacent to the calf's father Oliver "Ollie" who is five-years-old. April will raise the calf naturally.

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Manager's preview: Moyes eyes Man City scalp

The Scot appeared to irk the Spaniard with his stifling tactics in the first leg of the quarter final, but the Bundesliga club would eventually progress in the second. Will spiderman make an appearance this year? But as is so often the case with this Sunderland side, they were unable to get to half-time without conceding a goal in the latter stages of the first half.

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NYPD investigate possible vandalism at predominantly Jewish cemetery in Brooklyn

Jewish cemeteries in Philadelphia and St. Louis have been targeted for vandalism in the past two weeks. Assemblyman Dov Hikind said he learned of the fallen headstones from Boro Park Shomrim. On Thursday, about 16 headstones were toppled and several other defaced at a Jewish cemetery in Rochester, New York, the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle reported .

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What Trump should do first to protect health care

President Donald Trump has laid out changes he wants to make in US health care policies, but his Republican colleagues in Congress remain divided about exactly how to repeal and then replace the national reforms championed by former president Barack Obama.

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Japan returns to core inflation for first time since 2015

Core CPI, which excludes fresh food costs, added 0.1 percent on year - topping forecasts for a flat reading following the 0.2 percent decline in the previous month. Food and non-alcoholic beverages prices have increased by 3.1 percent. Recreational charges and those related to culture went up by 1.29 percent in the period under review, while amounts charged by restaurants and hotels increased by 3.95 percent in February 2017 as compared to the same month past year.