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        The human immune system is an astonishing diagnostic system, continuously adapting itself to detect any signal of disease in the body. Essentially, the state of the immune system tells a story about virtually everything affecting a person’s health....
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              北朝鮮、南北会談の韓国提案を受け入れ - 韓国政府の複数の関係者は5日、韓国が提案が提案していた9日の南北会談開催を北朝鮮が受け入れたと明らかにした。 会談では、来月開幕する平昌冬季五輪に北朝鮮選手団が参加する方法が主に話し合われる。 北朝鮮の最高指導者、金正恩(キム・ジョンウン)朝鮮労働党委員長は1日に発表された「新年の辞」で、「冬季大会に参加すれば、民族の団結を示す良い機会になる」と述べていた。
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                সংসদের চলতি অধিবেশন ২৮ ফেব্রুয়ারি পর্যন্ত চলবে - দশম জাতীয় সংসদের ১৯তম অধিবেশন আগামী ২৮ ফেব্রুয়ারি পর্যন্ত চালনোর সিদ্ধান্ত নেয়া হয়েছে। সংসদ কার্য উপদেষ্টা কমিটির সভায় আজ রবিবার এ সিদ্ধান্ত নেয়া হয়। সংসদ ভবনে কমিটির সভাপতি স্পিকার ড. শিরীন শারমিন চৌধুরীর সভাপতিত্বে এ সভা অনুষ্ঠিত হয়। কমিটির সদস্য প্রধানমন্ত্রী শেখ হাসিনা সভায় অংশগ্রহণ করেন। এছাড়া সংসদের বিরোধীদলীয় নেতা রওশন এরশাদ, হুসেইন মুহাম্মদ এরশাদ, শিল্পমন্ত্রী আমির হোসেন আমু, বাণিজ্যমন্ত্রী তোফায়েল আহমেদ, স্বাস্থ্য ও পরিবার কল্যাণ মন্ত্রণালয় সম্পর্কিত সংসদীয় স্থায়ী কমিটির সভাপতি শেখ ফজলুল করিম সেলিম, ডেপুটি স্পিকার মো. ফজলে রাব্বী মিয়া, স্থানীয় সরকার, পল্লী উন্নয়ন ও সমবায় মন্ত্রণালয় সম্পর্কিত সংসদীয় স্থায়ী কমিটির সভাপতি আবুল হাসানাত আব্দুল্লাহ, সমাজকল্যাণ মন্ত্রী রাশেদ খান মেনন, চিফ হুইপ আ.স.ম. ফিরোজ এবং আইন, বিচার ও সংসদ বিষয়ক মন্ত্রী আনিসুল হক সভায় অংশগ্রহণ করেন।
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                  ‌‌‘এ সরকারের আমলে সংস্কৃতি, খেলাধুলা ও অর্থনীতির উন্নতি হয়েছে’ - সংস্কৃতিমন্ত্রী আসাদুজ্জামান নূর বলেছেন, বর্তমান সরকারের সময়ে দেশে সংস্কৃতি, খেলাধুলাসহ অর্থনীতির উন্নতি হয়েছে। অতীতে এতো উন্নয়ন হয়নি। আজ রবিবার নীলফামারীর শেখ কামাল স্টেডিয়ামে দেশের জেলা পর্যায়ে প্রথম মিনি আর্টিফিশিয়াল টার্ফ (কৃত্রিম ঘাস দিয়ে তৈরি মাঠ) উদ্বোধন অনুষ্ঠানে প্রধান অতিথির বক্তৃতায় এ কথা বলেন তিনি। মন্ত্রী বলেন, জেলা পর্যায়ে প্রথম এই মিনি আর্টিফিশিয়াল টার্ফ তৈরি করা হয়েছে। নীলফামারীতে খেলাধুলার উন্নয়ন সন্তোষজনক। এধারা বজায় থাকলে জেলার ফুটবলের ঐতিহ্য ফেরাতে পারবো।
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                    শিক্ষাভবনে দুর্নীতি অনিয়ম এখন ওপেন সিক্রেট - মাধ্যমিক ও উচ্চশিক্ষা অধিদপ্তরের (মাউশি) প্রধান কার্যালয়ের ‘শিক্ষাভবন’ অনিয়ম দুর্নীতি বদলি বাণিজ্য পুরনো চেহারায় ফিসে এসেছে। ৩৫ হাজার সরকারি-বেসরকারি শিক্ষা প্রতিষ্ঠানের প্রশাসনিক কাজের এ প্রতিষ্ঠানটিতে চলছে অনিয়ম ও দুর্নীতির মহোত্সব। টাকা দিলেই পাওয়া যাচ্ছে বদলির অর্ডার। সংশ্লিষ্ট সহকারী পরিচালক, উপ-পরিচালকরা এ বাণিজ্যের সাথে জড়িত বলে অভিযোগ উঠেছে। দীর্ঘদিন ধরে থাকা কয়েকজন কর্মকর্তা এ অনিয়মে জড়িয়ে পড়েন।
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                      French President Emmanuel Macron wants to crackdown on fake news in the new year. Macron addressed members of the news media during a press conference at the Elysee Palace in Paris on Wednesday, saying he will push a new law meant to combat the spread of disinformation and that he hopes to have it in place by the end of the year. "The freedom of the press is not a special freedom, it is the highest expression of freedom," Macron said. "If we want to protect liberal democracies, we must be strong and we must have clear rules." Macron argued that such a law is critical to ensuring fair elections.
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                        The CDC Wants to Get People Ready for a Nuclear Detonation - The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is offering a teaching session later this month that's tied to a timely topic of late: nuclear war. The Jan. 16 event, which the CDC has titled "Public Health Response to a Nuclear Detonation," comes at a time when continued tensions between the U.S. and North Korea over the Hermit Kingdom's nuclear pursuits are running particularly hot. Just this week, President Donald Trump taunted North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Twitter, responding to Kim's saying "a nuclear button is always on my desk" and that the U.S. is within his arsenal's range by touting the size of his own so-called nuclear button and thus the strength of America's nuclear weaponry. CDC representatives did not immediately provide comment to U.S. News about the session, but agency spokeswoman Kathy Harben told Stat News that planning for the event has been months in the making, and kicked off after CDC officials took part in a "radiation/nuclear incident exercise" led by the Federal Emergency Management Agency in April of last year. "CDC participants felt it would be a good way to discuss public health preparedness and share resources with states and other partners. State and local partners also have expressed interest in this topic over time," Harben said. Federal, state and local agencies would lead immediate responses to nuclear activity, the CDC says. Yet Stat News reports the session is meant to target public health professionals like doctors, nurses, pharmacists and even veterinarians, among other people. "Despite the fear surrounding [a nuclear] event, planning and preparation can lessen deaths and illness," the CDC says on its webpage announcing the session. "For instance, most people don't realize that sheltering in place for at least 24 hours is crucial to saving lives and reducing exposure to radiation." "Learn how planning and preparation efforts for a nuclear detonation are similar and different from other emergency response planning efforts," the site says. The CDC isn't the only agency that's sought to offer guidance on such a topic. In August, officials in Guam – facing the potential threat of North Korean missiles being launched toward the U.S. island territory – advised citizens on what to do in similar circumstances, releasing a fact sheet with important safety steps for before, during and after a radioactive missile strike. The CDC's session will include remarks from various public health officials, with presentations bearing titles like "Public Health: Preparing for the Unthinkable" and "Roadmap to Radiation Preparedness." The CDC is expected to webcast the event live from Atlanta, where the agency is headquartered.
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                            Israel gives African migrants 3 months to leave or face jail - AP
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                              Sessions ends policy that allowed legal pot, disrupting state markets - Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Thursday rescinded an Obama-era policy that paved the way for states to legalize marijuana. Instead, Sessions will allow federal prosecutors in states where pot is legal to decide how to enforce the federal ban on marijuana sale or possession. Sessions made the announcement just days after the recreational marijuana market opened in California. Many states have legalized some form of medical marijuana, and a handful have legalized recreational use of the drug.
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                                The moon is about to do something it hasn't done in more than 150 years - Call it whatever you like — a blue red moon, a purple moon, a blood moon — but the moon will be a special sight on Jan. 31. Three separate celestial events will occur simultaneously that night, resulting in what some are calling a super blue blood moon eclipse. The astronomical rarity hasn't happened for more than 150 years, according to Space.com. A super moon, like the one visible on New Year's Day, is the term for when a full moon is closest to the Earth in its orbit, appearing bigger and brighter than normal. On Jan. 31, the moon will be full for the second time in a month, a rare occasion — it happens once every two and a half years — known as a blue moon.
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                                  Eleven dead after gun battle erupts outside Mexican beach resort - The aftermath of a gunfight on the outskirts of the Mexican seaside resort of Acapulco that pit residents of a small town against members of a local, self-appointed community police force has left 11 dead, state officials said on Sunday. The exchange of gunfire took place in the farming community of La Concepcion, just south of Acapulco, after elements of the community police detailed a young man for disorderly conduct during town festivities early Sunday morning.
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                                    Can Mohammed bin Salman break the Saudi-Wahhabi pact? - The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is presently undergoing dramatic changes in the sociopolitical domain. The drive to modernise the kingdom and open it to the world is spearheaded by the young and ambitious Crown Prince Mohamed bin Salman (MBS). He is seen as the mastermind behind Riyadh's strategy to revamp the Saudi economy and limit the power of the clerics over state affairs. "We are returning to what we were before - a country of moderate Islam that is open to all religions and to the world," MBS said to international investors in Riyadh in October 2017. Explaining his ambition to "return" Saudi Arabia to the path of moderate Islam, the crown prince told the Guardian that "what happened in the last 30 years is not Saudi Arabia." He explicitly blamed the kingdom's turn towards ultraconservatism on the Iranian revolution in 1979 and Tehran's attempts to spread the revolution across the Middle East.
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                                      US astronaut John Young dies aged 87.
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                                        Malaysia: Former PM Mahathir tapped for election run - Malaysia's long-serving former leader Mahathir Mohamad will run in this year's election as head of an opposition alliance - a move that poses a significant threat to Prime Minister Najib Razak who is mired in corruption allegations. Mahathir, 92, was chosen on Sunday to lead the opposition after putting aside a decades-old feud with popular politician Anwar Ibrahim, who is currently jailed on a conviction for sodomy. Anwar's wife, Wan Azizah, will run alongside Mahathir in a bid to be deputy prime minister.

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