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Trump, Schumer talk dairy issue after putting Canadians on notice

MacNaughton writes that the Canada dairy industry is less protectionist than that of the U.S, which he says has employed technical barriers to keep Canadian dairy out of the USA market. He and Trudeau on Friday were keen to display their support for free trade and open borders, including the Canada-EU free trade pact, amid growing populist opposition.

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Cows to have Unique Identification Number, Supreme Court told

Blaming the government for not focusing on serious issues like malnourishment, All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen chief Asaduddin Owaisi said, "Controlling cow smuggling is fine, but the priorities of the government are completely misplaced".

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Study Warns of Drinking Diet Soda

For the studies, researchers used data from the Framingham Heart Study (FHS), a study that aims to identify common factors or characteristics that contribute to cardiovascular disease (CVD). Pase and his colleagues looked at the data for 2,888 adults older than 45, and 1,484 adults older than 60 who participated in the Framingham Heart Study , a project of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute and Boston University.

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Schools reopen after remaining shut post Pulwama clash

Gani belonged to the People's Democratic Party, which is ruling the region in coalition with India's Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janta Party. About 70,000 people have been killed in the rebel uprising and a subsequent Indian military crackdown.

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13 arrested in pro and anti-Trump rallies

The protest started Saturday morning at Martin Luther King Jr. Police in riot gear clashed with protesters and quickly made one arrest but as more fistfights broke out more protesters were taken into custody. Right now, there is no law requiring the president to share their returns. But the statement added, "However, in recent protests in Berkeley, we have seen a small portion who come seeking to hurt others or to destroy property".

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Diet soft drinks linked to increased risk of stroke and dementia

A team of scientists from Boston University School of Medicine studied almost 4,400 adults and found those who consume one artificially-sweetened beverage (ASB) a day have three times the risk of stroke and dementia than those who consume sugar sweetened beverages (SSB), according to a study published Thursday in the American Heart Association's journal Stroke .