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But given their skills and knowledge of the area, that will probably lead to the best possible outcome. Said searchers have found their backpacks with belongings inside, which the family has interpreted with mixed feelings. He said it looks as if they were able to get their backpacks off..
Germans voted for seats in the Bundestag, the country’s parliament. Now Merkel will have to put a coalition government together, and her center right CDU and its sister party, CSU, had their share of the vote slashed. For the first time since 1961, a far right party won enough votes to enter the Bundestag..
Rapid technical advancement in motion sensors has improved the results of wireless and wearable devices. Wireless Health and Fitness Devices Market is driven mainly due to increasing prevalence of different lifestyle diseases such as diabetes which requires continuous monitoring and has increased the use of wireless devices in sports analytics. According to WHO, in 2014 more than 8.5% of global population is suffering from diabetes.
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Dr Keki Turel, the neurosurgeon who operated on her, said, “While her mental recovery has been faster, she still needs some physical recovery. She communicates and responds. We are getting MRI tests done to see how well she has recovered so far and kept a check on her fiber tracts.
At her cousin’s graduation party earlier that evening, Valiante had sat around the pool with relatives, talked about college, taken selfies with her phone, and played volleyball. Nothing seemed amiss. Her family said they don’t know why, but that she had invited friends to the party and planned to return.