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Babies may sleep longer in their own rooms, study says

Babies may sleep longer in their own rooms, study says

Results suggested that at 4 months, early independent sleepers (those sleeping in their own rooms by 4 months of age) had longer stretches of sleep than those still sharing a room with a provider at 9 months of age. "I've got three of them myself". Mothers completed questionnaires when their babies were 4 and 9 months old and assessed sleep duration, location, night walking, night feedings, bedtime routines and sleep behaviors.



Minute's silence held for victims of London Bridge terror attack across UK

One, 27-year-old Khuram Shazad Butt , was a British citizen born in Pakistan who had already been investigated by police and Britain's domestic spy agency MI5. The vehicle and knife attack killed seven people in a busy section of London Saturday and wounded almost 50 people. "One of the individuals who was stabbed in the attack came into the pub and so I was getting messages from them and you're just trying to figure out who's where, is everyone OK", Cook said.


US defense chief turns up heat on N. Korea, China

US defense chief turns up heat on N. Korea, China

The Security Council has already imposed six rounds of sanctions on North Korea, and the US and its allies have pushed for tougher measures in response to a wave of missile tests by Pyongyang . "Sanctions are not a goal in itself but as long as DPRK doesn't stop its behavior, we'll have no other choice than reinforcing the pressure on the regime", Permanent Representative of France to the UN Francois Delattre told reporters Friday.



Which states have joined the climate alliance that commits to Paris agreement?

A spokesperson did not immediately comment for the story, but a website for it appears to suggest that more information is coming later today . "I was elected to represent the citizens of Pittsburgh, not Paris", Trump said in his very best old-man-screaming-at-the-TV voice, while standing in the Rose Garden.


Diplomatic Rift Between Gulf Arab Allies And Qatar Presents Fresh Challenges

Diplomatic Rift Between Gulf Arab Allies And Qatar Presents Fresh Challenges

Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, Yemen and the Maldives joined Saudi Arabia and Egypt in severing relations with Qatar, which hosts the largest U.S. It has often been accused of being a funding source for Islamists, as has Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia closed its land border with Qatar, through which the tiny Gulf nation imports most of its food, sparking a run on supermarkets.