Daniel Craig's Bond to die another day

Daniel Craig's Bond to die another day

Updated August 17, 2017 17:34:56 Photo: Will Daniel Craig be reunited with Bond’s iconic Aston Martin in the upcoming film? (©2012 Danjaq/United Artists/Columbia Pictures) Related Story: Idris Elba ‘too street’ to play James Bond: author Related Story: Tackling the haters: Why we could have a female Bond Never say never again: Daniel Craig has confirmed he will return as James Bond. After months of gossip and denials, Craig confirmed to Stephen Colbert on the Late Show he would return to the franchise for a yet-to-be-titled film due out in November…

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Barcelona terror attack: What we know

Barcelona terror attack: What we know

It’s the worst attack on Spanish soil since the 2004 Madrid bombings, which killed 191 people and injured more than 1,800. As the country mourns and police continue to search for answers, here’s what we know so far. Around 5 p.m. local time (11 a.m. ET), reports of the incident emerged on social media. A white van with blue markings accelerated into scores of people enjoying a late afternoon stroll on Las Ramblas, a predominantly pedestrian zone in the heart of the Catalan capital. The popular tree-lined street runs around…

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'Do I really need this test?': Overdiagnosis leading to unnecessary treatments, doctors say

'Do I really need this test?': Overdiagnosis leading to unnecessary treatments, doctors say

Updated August 18, 2017 00:20:08 Five prominent Australian healthcare organisations are calling for a national plan to stop overdiagnosis and overtreatment. They issued a statement outlining how some medical conditions are being diagnosed too often, and that the practice is causing harm. Overdiagnosis occurs when people are diagnosed with conditions that would not harm them, leading to unnecessary treatments that can cause more harm than good. One example cited in the statement was thyroid cancer, which they said many people have been diagnosed with and treated for unnecessarily for very…

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'Suddenly everyone was running': Australian woman tells of terror of Barcelona attack

'Suddenly everyone was running': Australian woman tells of terror of Barcelona attack

Posted August 18, 2017 07:30:06 Video: Horrific scenes in Barcelona after van ploughs through crowd. (Image: AP) (ABC News) Related Story: Live: Islamic State claims responsibility for deadly Barcelona attack Related Story: Van mows down pedestrians, killing at least 13, in Barcelona ‘terror attack’ An Australian tourist has told of hiding under a counter in a store adjacent to Barcelona’s Las Ramblas, where a van attack killed at least 13 people and injured 100. Julia Monaco said there was “mild confusion” initially before the horror of the attack was revealed….

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US President responds to attack by spreading debunked rumor

US President responds to attack by spreading debunked rumor

President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that before he makes a statement on an important matter he likes to “know the facts” and “be correct.” On Thursday, he responded to the Barcelona terror attack by spreading a debunked rumor. “Study what General Pershing of the United States did to terrorists when caught,” Trump urged his 36.1 million Twitter followers. “There was no more Radical Islamic Terror for 35 years!” Trump was likely referring to a supposed practice of shooting Muslims with bullets dipped in pig’s blood or burying them with…

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