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Egyptian army kills 40 terrorists in Sinai

Video released by the Egyptian Ministry of Defense shows a auto approach a checkpoint on Thursday, south of al-Arish in the North Sinai region. He added: 'The armed forces reiterates that such terrorist acts only strengthen our determination to continue to eradicate this terrorism in our beloved Sinai from the roots.

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On hot mic, Collins calls duel-invoking congressman 'huge' and 'unattractive'

Collins then made a comment about Farenthold's size, saying he was " huge ", and "so unattractive". "And he - I don't mean to be unkind, but he's so unattractive it's unbelievable". And she said Farenthold told another staff member that he had "sexual fantasies" and "wet dreams" about her. While she was telling us how she really felt, Collins had a few words about President Donald Trump, too, questioning his knowledge of how the budget worked.

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Injectable AIDS drug may work "as well" as pills

Usually, patients suffering from HIV normally need to stay on antiretroviral (ARV) drugs for the rest of their lives to prevent AIDS . "This is the highest recorded cases ever since 1984", the report said. "Our 9-year old child is adding a little bit more to the picture as one tries to puzzle the complexity of human beings and HIV". The level of HIV in their blood will increase, unless they change to a different treatment regimen, which could be more expensive - and, in many countries, ...

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David Price, Boston Struggle In 7-3 Loss Against Angels

He became just the fourth pitcher to reach the 200-strikeout mark in 20 or fewer starts, joining Hall of Famers Nolan Ryan, Randy Johnson (three times) and Pedro Martinez . They're also just 1-4 in his last five road starts, while the Angels have won five of Bridwell's last six outings overall. "We have a long way to go.

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Charlie Gard: Hospital staff death threats statement 'arguably a cynical ploy'

Charlie's parents then took the case to the Court of Appeal which was heard on May 23 with the court dismissing the appeal two days later. His parents want to bring him to the United States for an experimental therapy, but the hospital has argued that every medical treatment option has already been considered and would not be in Charlie's best interest.

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Jerusalem: Israel installs security cameras at holy site

Officials set up new security cameras at the entrance to the holy site in Jerusalem as it considers an "alternative" to the metal detectors it installed after two Israeli policemen were killed nearby earlier this month. In response to the security measures, Palestinians rallied after the Muslim Friday prayers, protesting the new measures, including the barring of Muslim men under the age of 50.