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Spain plans early election in Catalonia

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By Europe Correspondent, Michelle Clifford in Barcelona, and Ceren Senkul, News Reporter The Spanish government and the main opposition have agreed to hold an early election in Catalonia – effectively sacking the regional government. A spokesman from the opposition Spanish Socialist Workers Party said on Friday that an agreement had been reached with Spain’s government Read More

After massive quakes, millions in Mexico turn to early warning app

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MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Since two massive earthquakes hit Mexico in September, claiming more than 460 lives, an early warning start-up called SkyAlert has doubled its users to 5.8 million, making it one of the country’s most downloaded apps. SkyAlert has also found a market selling alarms to small businesses in the capital, said its Read More

Typhoon Khanun to hit southern China early on Monday – Xinhua

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BEIJING (Reuters) – Typhoon Khanun is likely to hit southern China early on Monday with winds of up to 114 kph (70 mph), China’s meteorological agency said, as authorities in the finiancial hub of Hong Kong raised the third-highest weather warning. The typhoon is expected to make landfall between Zhanjiang, in Guangdong province, and Wenchang, Read More

China's top steelmaking city enforces winter smog steps early: sources

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SHANGHAI (Reuters) – The top Chinese steelmaking city of Tangshan has ordered mills to cut output a month earlier than expected to meet tough 2017 air quality targets, according to a notice released by the municipal government and reviewed by Reuters. Steel enterprises in Tangshan, located in heavily polluted Hebei province, must cut sintering output Read More

Early filers for college financial aid reap benefits

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NEW YORK (Reuters) – Want to increase your chance to get financial aid for college? File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by the end of 2017. “The sooner the better,” said financial aid expert Mark Kantrowitz, publisher at Cappex.com. In a 2015 study he did for Edvisors, Kantrowitz found that students who Read More

Early 2018 is crunch time for banks' Brexit decisions – UK official

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LONDON, Oct 11 (Reuters) – Many international banks and financial services firms based in Britain will decide in the first quarter of next year whether to move operations away from Britain ahead of Brexit, a senior official at Britain’s finance ministry said on Wednesday. Katharine Braddick, the ministry’s director general for financial services, said banks Read More

Bayer says Phase III Xarelto study halted early

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BERLIN (Reuters) – Bayer and partner Johnson & Johnson suffered a setback for blockbuster clot prevention drug Xarelto, with the German company saying a Phase III study had been halted early after the drug showed no efficacy improvements over low-dose aspirin. The final stage study was evaluating the efficacy and safety of Xarelto, also known Read More

An early bath instead of dinner: French restaurant bans mobile phones, ketchup, Coca-Cola

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Published time: 3 Oct, 2017 15:12 Ever done something so outrageous as to be kicked out of a restaurant? Use a mobile phone at Le Petit Jardin in the south of France, and you’ll see a yellow card. A second time will be enough to get you sent off. Ketchup and Coca-Cola are banned too. Read More

‘Now we know who to blame’: Scientists say they’ve identified early human who gave us herpes

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Published time: 2 Oct, 2017 20:51 Scientists believe they have identified the early human who gave us genital herpes when the virus jumped species. Nowadays the herpes simplex virus manifests itself in two ways, as cold sores (HSV1) and as genital herpes (HSV2), according to the scientists. When the lineage of early humans split from Read More

QUIDEL ANNOUNCES EARLY TERMINATION OF HART-SCOTT-RODINO WAITING PERIOD ON DEAL FOR ALERE'S ASSAY BUSINESS

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Sept 28 (Reuters) – Quidel Corp: * QUIDEL ANNOUNCES EARLY TERMINATION OF THE HART-SCOTT-RODINO WAITING PERIOD FOR ITS PENDING ACQUISITION OF ALERE’S TRIAGE® B-TYPE NATURIETIC PEPTIDE (BNP) ASSAY BUSINESS RUN ON BECKMAN COULTER ANALYZERS * QUIDEL-GETS NOTICE FROM FTC GRANTING EARLY TERMINATION OF WAITING PERIOD UNDER HART-SCOTT-RODINO ACT FOR CO‘S PENDING ACQUISITION OF ALERE‘S ASSAY Read More