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Drinking Coffee Actually Has Health Benefits, Study Finds

Earlier this year, Spanish researchers reported 20,000 people who drank at least four cups of coffee a day had a 64% lower risk of death than those who never or nearly never drank coffee. Moderate coffee consumption delivers more positive benefits for human health than risks of harm, according to a new study. Three to four cups of coffee a day provides the maximum benefit as per the scientists, except for pregnant women and people who might have a higher potential of suffering fractures.

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Saudi-led Coalition to Reopen Yemen's Hodeidah Port, Sana'a Airport

It added the decision would take effect from November 23, Reuters reported. The Saudi-led coalition fighting rebels in Yemen has pledged to reopen the country's main airport, as well as two main ports. United Nations deputy spokesman Farhan Haq told reporters at United Nations headquarters in NY that senior United Nations humanitarian and political officials received information from their Saudi counterparts on Wednesday, indicating a willingness to open the airport and ports "over the ...

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Yellow weather warning for rain

In the Highlands rail passengers faced disruption after three landslips following heavy rain forced the cancellation of some services. Snow warning is in place from 03:00 Thursday 23rd to 13:00 Thursday 23rd. Outbreaks of rain, some of it heavy, will accompany the strong winds and will add to the hard driving conditions. Forecasters said: "Strong winds are expected to move east across England and Wales during Wednesday".

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Bill Clinton faces fresh allegations of sexual assault by 4 women

These sexual assaults would have been confirmed by high-level sources from the Democratic Party and the Barack Obama Administration. These four women were hired at that investor's headquarters and designated to work directly with Clinton.

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Tracking rain chances and colder weather for Saturday

The exception to this will be along the western slopes as upslope snow showers get going as colder air rushes in behind the front. Tonight could see more showers ending around midnight with a 30 per cent chance of flurries or showers overnight and temperatures reaching lows of -1 C.

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Fresno unemployment rate inches up in post-harvest October

California's unemployment rate fell slightly to 4.9 percent in October as employers added almost 32,000 jobs, according to state figures released today. While Illinois job growth has had its ups and downs since the beginning of the year, the 3-month trend shows average declines of -2,300 jobs per month from August to October, while the six-month trend shows an increase of +1,900 average monthly job gains from May to October.