Breast surgeon Ian Paterson case: ‘Hundreds’ of other victims – BBC News

April 29, 2017

… Paterson’s victims Police said some of his victims believed Paterson wanted to “play God” with their lives and it is believed the surgeon may also have been driven by financial gain. As a result of his work, he owned a luxury home in Birmingham’s Edgbaston area, numerous properties in Cardiff and Manchester and a holiday home in the US. Paterson invented what he called a “cleavage-sparing mastectomy” – leaving breast tissue behind to achieve a better …

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How much would fictional houses cost in real life?

April 28, 2017

(CNN)From Great Gatsby’s luxury estate to Count Dracula’s Transylvanian lair and Amelie Poulain’s tiny Parisian pad, the houses in which our favorite fictional characters reside are often inspired by real-life properties. CNN tracked down some of literary and cinematographic history’s most famous post codes and calculated their value in today’s property markets. Use the slider tool to reveal their prices. The Great Gatsby (1925), F. Scott Fitzgerald …

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Rebuilding a Nepali village, one block at a time

April 25, 2017

… building,” according to its website. The belief is that it is critically important for Nepalis to “use the tools themselves to rebuild their own lives and have autonomy in uplifting themselves from economic struggle.” Since September 2015, Conscious Impact has rebuilt a primary school and is working towards completing an orphanage, senior center and a community center. The group has also hosted more than 300 volunteers from 22 different countries. ‘Overwhelming …

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Seven ways it helps to have rich parents – BBC News

April 23, 2017

The upshot is that today’s young adults are the first generation since at least World War Two not to start their working lives with higher incomes than those born before them. By their early thirties, the 1980s generation had accumulated wealth of about 27,000 each, on average. By the time they had reached the same age, the 1970s generation had twice as much wealth on average – 53,000 each. A large part of the explanation is that an individual’s wealth is mainly made …

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The beginner’s guide to the French elections

April 20, 2017

… didn’t show up to — and that derailed everything. What he wants: He wants to end France’s vaunted 35-hour work week, cut public spending, abolish the wealth tax and reduce immigration. And, just like Margaret Thatcher, he’s not afraid to tangle with the unions. Fun fact: He lives in a 12th-century castle! Jean-Luc Melenchon Who he is: He represents the Left Front party, a coalition of ex-Communists, disaffected youth and aging revolutionaries. He’s …

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Fresno rampage leaves families without fathers

April 20, 2017

(CNN)One victim was a security guard trying to keep the peace. The other three victims did nothing to provoke the gunman — aside from being white, police said. What the killer didn’t know was the stories behind the lives he took. Here’s what we know about the victims in the Fresno shooting rampage: Carl Williams, 25 …

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CNN 10 – April 10, 2017

April 10, 2017

April 10, 2017 Leading off the week’s news on CNN 10: terrorist attacks in northern Africa and northern Europe. We’re explaining the reasons for and responses to a U.S. airstrike on a Syrian airbase. And we’re showing you how a CNN Hero is helping students with hearing loss and bringing joy to their lives and loved ones. TRANSCRIPT CARL AZUZ, CNN 10 ANCHOR: A lot of news to catch you up on this Monday. Thanks for watching CNN 10. We start with reports of terrorist attacks in …

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When her 5-year-old broke his leg, this mom raised $0. It’s actually inspiring.

April 5, 2017

… inspiring decision to fall in love with a Canadian man and move with him to Abbotsford, British Columbia, where they and their five children will enjoy heavily subsidized, affordable health care coverage at a low premium for the remainder of their natural lives. “Were able to go when we need help and we get help,” Ashley says. Just amazing. As Freddie recovered, no one showed up at the Teer home with a large check or collection plate full of cash. Instead, Ashley and her family were …

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HEALTHY RICE RECIPES

April 4, 2017

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Peter Taylor: How has terror changed in 50 years? – BBC News

March 31, 2017

… shattered two of America’s east African embassies, massacring more than 200 people, most of them Muslims. Then three years later, 9/11 claimed the lives of almost 3,000 – it was a dramatic wake-up call to the world that Cowan’s dire warning had come true. In another interview shortly after 9/11, Dewey Claridge, the spy who helped set up the CIA’s Counterterrorism Centre, described what he wanted to see happening to Osama Bin Laden. “I don’t want him brought to …

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In pictures: Life on Clapham High Street – BBC News

March 29, 2017

Photographer Jim Grover decided to chart the daily lives of the inhabitants of Clapham High Street. Shooting in colour during daytime hours, and using black and white at night, he wanted to illustrate the differences in the mood of the street. “There is the sedate world of a typical weekday morning,” said Grover. “And then there is the world of the booming nightlife that bursts into frenetic activity every weekend, attracting the young from all over London.” More than 17 …

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A huge sigh of relief on health care

March 29, 2017

(CNN)As House Speaker Paul Ryan pulled the Republican health care bill from voting, I could almost hear the giant sigh of relief from Atlanta and across the nation’s health care establishment. Hidden in the nooks and crannies of the American Health Care Act (AHCA) was a provision to eliminate $1 billion in disease prevention funds from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Those cheers I imagine I hear right now in Atlanta are huzzahs from the CDC headquarters. …

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