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The researchers found that 21 percent of parents agreed and 54 percent disagreed that laws requiring HPV vaccination for school attendance are a good idea. Gordon said. Only one in five parents supports mandatory HPV vaccines even though the vaccine is almost 100 percent effective in preventing cervical cancer, 95 percent effective against anal cancer and 70 percent effective against throat and neck cancer.
  • Kerala BJP worker dies as bomb being made by him explodes

    Kerala BJP worker dies as bomb being made by him explodes

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    Dikshith alone was present in the house when the explosion took place. So far there is no information about the other people involved in the incident. The Kathirur police sealed the house after the weapons were seized in a raid conducted on its premises and which had led to the recovery of the said weapons.
  • E' morto per overdose Matt Roberts, l'ex chitarrista dei 3 Doors Down

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    Darrell dice di essere stato svegliato alle 9 del mattino quando la polizia gli ha comunicato che Matt era morto durante la notte. Il cantante aveva abbandonato la band nel 2012 per motivi di salute come riporta Billboard che parlò di problemi di circolazioni per il chitarrista che formò la band nel 1996 assieme al cantante Brad Arnold e al bassista Todd Harrell.
  • United Nations admits role in Haiti cholera epidemic

    United Nations admits role in Haiti cholera epidemic

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    This week, deputy spokesman Farhan Haq acknowledged the United Nations' "own involvement" in the introduction of cholera to impoverished Haiti and pledged that "a significantly new set of UN actions" will be presented in the next two months.
  • Trump Makes Appeal To Black Voters - In Mostly White Communities

    Trump Makes Appeal To Black Voters - In Mostly White Communities

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    Conway had said Sunday that Trump "doesn't hurl personal insults". For now, Trump finds himself behind Clinton in preference polls in almost every battleground state. Secretary of State Colin Powell is pushing back against Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's assertion that he suggested she use her private email account for non-classified information.
  • Teen fatally shot at Goose Creek party

    Teen fatally shot at Goose Creek party

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    Police located Shirlin's auto parked nearby. Shirlin shouted at them to leave him alone and the police were coming. Police said Shirlin was shot during what was described as a "loud, college-aged party" at a home Saturday night. Conrad Stayton said there was no other information to release and no suspects. Shirlin's killing is the third reported homicide in Goose Creek this year and the 48th in the tri-county area.
  • Army's handling of Bergdahl case gets scrutiny

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    Bergdahl faces a court-martial on charges of desertion and misbehavior before the enemy. Fidell said after the hearing that there is "a lot of doubt" surrounding the February trial date. "We'll never know what they said". Nance will allow the general to provide his sworn testimony by telephone because he is traveling on official business.
  • Pills Seized From Prince's Home Mislabeled, Contained Fentanyl

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    The pills were located in bottles of vitamins and aspirin in his dressing room, the Minneapolis Star Tribune newspaper reports . In June, two months after the death of Prince , an autopsy report confirmed that the singer suffered from a fatal overdose of fentanyl.
  • Rio Olympics Announced Closed In A Colorful Closing Ceremony

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    The colourful service, lasting almost three hours, observed the arts of Brazil and was held in a wet Maracana. Tokyo presented a 12-minute programme, the highlight of which was the appearance of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe dressed like a popular video game character Mario.
  • Sir Nils Olav the penguin receives military promotion at Edinburgh zoo

    Sir Nils Olav the penguin receives military promotion at Edinburgh zoo

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    The event marks Olav's promotion from Colonel-in-Chief. Sir Nils wore a gold military pin as he proudly paraded his way up the zoo's Penguin Walk, whilst the soldiers of the guard stood to attention. Dating back in 1972, a lieutenant called Nils Egelien arranged for the Norwegian King's Guard to adopt a penguin at the Zoo. He was made a corporal in 1982, and whenever the Royal Guard visits the Edinburgh Zoo, the penguin is promoted, leading to his current appointment as brigadier.
  • Turkey wedding attack: At least 22 victims under 14, say officials

    Turkey wedding attack: At least 22 victims under 14, say officials

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    The People's Democratic Party, or HDP, blamed Islamic State for the attack in Gaziantep after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan also said the extremist group was behind the bombing. "(IS) martyred our. citizens. Mr Cavusoglu said Turkey was a "prime target of Daesh" because the government had dried up the group's resources of foreign fighters, placing an entry ban on 55,000 members and deporting around 4,000 suspects.