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'Arctic heat wave' hits world's northernmost settlement
Temperatures hit a record 69.8 degrees Fahrenheit in Alert, the northernmost permanently inhabited spot on the planet less than 600 miles from the North Pole, the Canadian meteorology service said.
ACLU asks judge to block Trump asylum rule as case is heard
Civil liberties groups asked a federal judge for a temporary restraining order blocking the US administration’s effort to effectively end asylum at the US-Mexico border.
No-deal Brexit looms as race for new British PM wraps up
The battle to be Britain's next prime minister entered its final straight on Wednesday with both candidates hardening their positions on Brexit, putting the future government on a collision course with Brussels.
Officials: Taliban kill 18 Afghan soldiers in overnight clashes
Taliban terrorists killed at least 18 Afghan soldiers in clashes that erupted overnight when troops were trying to capture a senior Taliban leader, government officials said on Wednesday.
Experts recommend diet to alleviate stomach bloating
Stomach bloating is a common ailment experienced by most.
Why people with mental illness may face poorer physical health, early death
Around the world, people with mental illness die up to 20 years earlier than the general population, and a comprehensive new report suggests that governments and health care providers must do more to stop the deaths.
'Unique' cells could open up new avenues for ALS therapy
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS, is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that leads to the death of nerve cells that control movement, leaving people unable to move and, eventually, to breathe.
Ex-negotiator: China may be signaling it’s going hard-line — but it still wants a trade deal
China may have just signaled it’s going more hard-line on trade, but it could actually be a good thing, former top White House trade negotiator Clete Willems, told CNBC on Wednesday.
South Korea to unveil plans to ease reliance on Japanese industries
South Korea will soon unveil plans to reduce its economy’s reliance on Japanese industries, its finance minister said Wednesday, while repeating his call for Tokyo to end the tightening of controls on some exports.
Europe dived into negative rates, now it can't find a way out
Europe’s unconventional experiment with negative interest rates to spur economic growth and inflation is looking like a trap.
Four Democratic women slam Trump’s ‘xenophobic bigoted remarks’
Defiant in the face of widespread censure, President Donald Trump escalated his demand for four Democratic congresswomen of color to leave the US “right now,” stoking the discord that helped send him to the White House and claiming “many people agree with me.”
North Korea warns US-South drills will affect nuclear talks
North Korea on Tuesday said looming US-South Korea military drills could impact the proposed resumption of nuclear talks between Pyongyang and Washington, and hinted that it could reconsider its moratorium on nuclear testing.
Italy seizes missile from far-right sympathizers
Italian police seized an air-to-air missile, machine guns and rocket launchers during raids sparked by an investigation into far-right extremist groups on Monday, a huge haul of weapons that authorities said was almost without precedent.
Britons, their unborn children at risk due to government inaction over toxic chemicals in everyday use, MPs warn
Ministers are ignoring a ‘cocktail of toxic chemicals’ in furniture, food packaging and children’s prams which could harm the health of Britons, even before they’re born, MPs have warned.
Study links anorexia to metabolism
The way we treat anorexia may be changing, thanks to a new study linking the illness to metabolism.

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