• Guam, Japan prepare for possible North Korea missile launch
Guam, Japan prepare for possible North Korea missile launch

Moon and Kim are both expected to make addresses on their respective sides of the heavily militarized border. The US' top military official has landed in South Korea ahead of talks with the country's leader and US military amid rising tensions on the Korean peninsula.

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  • Candlelight vigil planned in tribute of Virginia deaths
Candlelight vigil planned in tribute of Virginia deaths

UAF also hope to express solidarity with all anti-fascists in Charlottesville, who protested against the white supremacy represented by the rally. The vigil in Bloomington was one of several held across the country Sunday. "They didn't have to do it", said Inskeep, "it's not their community, as far as immediate community". It is being staged ...

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  • North Korea Got Its ICBM Engines From US Ally
North Korea Got Its ICBM Engines From US Ally

And Oleksandr Turchynov, secretary of Ukraine's national security and defense council, seized on the report to attack Moscow, saying: 'We believe this anti-Ukrainian campaign was provoked by Russian special services to cover their participation in North Korean nuclear and missile programs'.

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  • Eighteen die in Burkina Faso terror attack
Eighteen die in Burkina Faso terror attack

In a statement released by Elysee Palace, Macron expressed his compassion and solidarity for the victims' families. "The condition of the other wounded is critical", he said, speaking on condition of anonymity. Suspected jihadists have killed at least 17 people and wounded eight during a raid on a restaurant in Burkina Faso's capital. There was n...

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  • Footage Of Rare White Moose Taking A Dip Makes A Big Splash
Footage Of Rare White Moose Taking A Dip Makes A Big Splash

Watch the moose take a brief stroll through a stream and walk out, with the type of grace and posture some of us have been craving our whole lives. In the first of the two videos Mr Nilsson posted on Facebook the moose is seen grazing from plants near a Swedish motorway.

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  • White nationalists to protest at Texas A&M on 9/11
White nationalists to protest at Texas A&M on 9/11

This all comes after a violent weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia where one woman was killed and 19 others were injured after violent clashes between white supremacists and counter protesters. Wiginton says he's invited prominent white nationalist Richard Spencer to address the rally. The Houston Chronicle also reported that Wiginton may purs...

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  • Mattis warns of risk of war if NKorea fires at United States soil
Mattis warns of risk of war if NKorea fires at United States soil

Later Monday, China announced a full import ban on North Korean mineral resources and seafood would be effective Tuesday. Asked how anxious people should be, Pompeo told Fox News Sunday: " Nothing imminent ". "The US has no interest in regime change or accelerated reunification of Korea", Mattis and Tillerson wrote. "I am certain the United S...

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  • Fiat Chrysler (FCAU) Stock Surges on Chinese Buyout Interest
Fiat Chrysler (FCAU) Stock Surges on Chinese Buyout Interest

Investment Centers of America Inc. purchased a new position in shares of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. during the first quarter valued at about $110,000. The company's quarterly revenue was up.1% compared to the same quarter previous year. Earnings Per Share (EPS), the portion of a company's profit distributed to each outstanding common share, i...

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  • Officer under investigation for Charlottesville comment: 'Love this'
Officer under investigation for Charlottesville comment: 'Love this'

However, in an interview with MassLive , he expressed his condolences and regrets for his comments. "I can't say what I wanna say because we're on camera right now but I was not all too pleased with the comments made by the Springfield police officer.

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  • Here's why Ryanair want United Kingdom airports to enforce a two-drink limit
Here's why Ryanair want United Kingdom airports to enforce a two-drink limit

Arrests for drunken behaviour at airports and on aeroplanes have rocketed by half over the past year, a report shows. And on Monday, it was revealed that the number of people arrested by police at British airports jumped to 387 in 2017 from 255 in the previous year - an increase of 50 percent - according to figure's obtained by the BBC .

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  • North Korean leader Kim recalls ambassadors to discuss escalation
North Korean leader Kim recalls ambassadors to discuss escalation

Dunford said last month that it was "unimaginable" to allow North Korea to develop the capability to strike a US city with a nuclear weapon. "We have been singled out by the North", Zenbe Mizoguchi, governor for the Shimane prefecture, told reporters following the meeting.

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  • Cumberland Valley School District: No outdoor recess during eclipse
Cumberland Valley School District: No outdoor recess during eclipse

This is the day of the solar eclipse where our community will be in a partial viewing area. Each school's principal will approve any solar eclipse viewing and the procedures. All solar eclipse glasses will be certified by either NASA or the American Astronomical Society and will comply with ISO 12312-2, the global safety standard for filters.

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  • Counter rally set in Charlottesville suspect's OH town
Counter rally set in Charlottesville suspect's OH town

Organizers of the rally and march Monday night in Maumee (maw-MEE') say they want to stand in solidarity with counter-protesters in Virginia and denounce all forms of racism. James Fields was photographed marching with Vanguard America, a neo-Nazi group, before the crash in Charlottesville. . They also said Fields' outfit is standard among the ha...

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  • Tillerson, Mattis say 'no' to regime change on North Korea
Tillerson, Mattis say 'no' to regime change on North Korea

North Korea said last week it is considering launching four missiles to land just short of Guam. Experts contacted by Business Insider found the prospect of North Korea carrying out its plan unlikely. "It would be a awful thing were a war to be conducted here on the peninsula, and that's why we're so focused on coming up with a peaceful way ahead...

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  • Driver purposely steers into French pizzeria, killing girl
Driver purposely steers into French pizzeria, killing girl

The driver of the vehicle has been arrested. At least three others were hospitalized in serious condition, and eight more sustained light injuries, said the official, who was not authorized to be publicly named. He did not identify him. A police official told the news agency that the driver was psychologically unstable and did not have a criminal r...

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  • Twitter users call out participants of white supremacist rally in Virginia
Twitter users call out participants of white supremacist rally in Virginia

Emancipation Park was called Lee Park until just two months ago, when Charlottesville city council voted to rename it. Jason Kessler , who organized the rally, actively campaigned against the renaming of the downtown park, telling WHLM radio that Lee was looked up to by white people who feel threatened by multiculturalism and "ethnic cleansing".

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  • The Hill: Trump on North Korea: 'Hopefully it will all work out'
The Hill: Trump on North Korea: 'Hopefully it will all work out'

Mr Tillerson sought to explain the thinking behind President Trump's warning to Pyongyang that it would be "met with fire and fury like the world has never seen" if it made more threats to the United States. The White House wouldn't say, other than to point to an executive order Trump signed in his first days in office commissioning a review ...

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  • The Garden Bridge project has been ditched after losing Sadiq Khan's backing
The Garden Bridge project has been ditched after losing Sadiq Khan's backing

While proponents argued that the bridge would be a big tourist asset and a useful pedestrian link, critics argued it was in an overcrowded section of London already well served by bridges. 'We had made great progress, obtaining planning permission, satisfying most of our planning conditions and we had raised £70 million of private money towards t...

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  • Baylor's London helps United States to silver in 4x400 relay
Baylor's London helps United States to silver in 4x400 relay

Great Britain finished in third in 2:59.00. It looked nearly a certainty at that time that TT will earn a medal, but what colour? By comparison, Kerley and third leg Michael Cherry just finished their senior seasons at Texas A&M and LSU, respectively, while London won't turn 20 until Thursday.

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  • Guam: island in Kim's crosshairs is used to dealing with disaster
Guam: island in Kim's crosshairs is used to dealing with disaster

He said there had only been a few booking cancellations from South Korea . Called Ulchi-Freedom Guardian, the exercises are expected to run from August 21-31 and involve tens of thousands of American and South Korean troops on the ground and in the sea and air.

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  • Charlottesville: Donald Trump condemns white supremacists two days after deadly Virginia rally
Charlottesville: Donald Trump condemns white supremacists two days after deadly Virginia rally

One of President Trump's favorite news sources is calling him out for failing to condemn white supremacists . "We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides , on many sides ", Trump had said Saturday in his statement from his private golf club.

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  • Opera kills off its Max data-saving Android VPN
Opera kills off its Max data-saving Android VPN

Perhaps the highest-rated data saver app on the Google Play Store (that isn't Opera Max ) is DataEye, an app that works in a similar way to reduce how much data you're using. The company in May this year introduced Opera Max 3.0. If you are an avid Opera Max user and want to continue using the service for as long as possible, the service will st...

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  • Guam posts 'in case of emergency' fact sheet after North Korea threat
Guam posts 'in case of emergency' fact sheet after North Korea threat

Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera suggested that the Self-Defense Forces could take part in a war between the United States and North Korea if Pyongyang attacks the USA island territory of Guam . It launched its first intercontinental ballistic missile , for example, on July 4 - Independence Day in the United States . North Korea is cert...

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  • Independence Day: India & Pakistan get into a flag war
Independence Day: India & Pakistan get into a flag war

The flag appeared in sight again on Sunday, a day before Pakistan hoisted its flag at the Wagah border. Interestingly, Pak took this step seemingly as a reaction to India hoisting a flag at the height of 360 feet in March at a cost of Rs 3.5 crore.

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  • India must be compassionate and egalitarian: President Ram Nath Kovind
India must be compassionate and egalitarian: President Ram Nath Kovind

In his first address to the nation on the eve of the 71st Independence Day, Kovind, who was sworn in as India's fourteenth President last month, hailed the government's demonetisation decision, people's support in the battle against corruption and the roll out of goods and services tax.

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  • Leeds United star reportedly wanted by three Premier League clubs
Leeds United star reportedly wanted by three Premier League clubs

It now looks like he has convinced some clubs in the Premier League that he is ready to score goals in the top flight. The United faithful are encouraged that their club are seemingly on the verge of strengthening the forward ranks and providing support to Chris Wood.

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  • Trump warns North Korea of
Trump warns North Korea of "big, big trouble" over Guam

Guam Governor Eddie Calvo said there was no heightened threat from North Korea . Tillerson has maintained that the USA is open to dialogue with North Korea , if it promises to abandon its development of nuclear weapons. The THAAD system is specifically created to shoot down ballistic missiles. Japan could legally intercept a North Korean ...

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  • Ronaldo receives red card and shoves official after go-ahead goal
Ronaldo receives red card and shoves official after go-ahead goal

Liverpool and other top clubs have been linked with Spanish global and Real Madrid attacker Marco Asensio this summer. Lionel Messi , unsafe and dictating Barcelona's tempo scored the equalizer with a penalty after Keylor Navas as adjudged to have taken down Luis Suarez .

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  • North Face-Parent VF to Buy Dickies Owner For $820 Million
North Face-Parent VF to Buy Dickies Owner For $820 Million

Co. U.S. apparel giant VF Corporation is expanding its growing workwear platform with the acquisition of Williamson-Dickie Mfg Co - owner of brands including Dickies - in a deal worth around $820m. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Earnings are expected to be $2.96, up from previous guida...

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  • Israeli police arrest tycoon, others in bribery, fraud sting
Israeli police arrest tycoon, others in bribery, fraud sting

The company did not give details of why he had been detained but said it was not related to an investigation by the securities regulator into Bezeq's controlling shareholder, Shaul Elovitch. BSGR has denied any wrongdoing. BSGR said in December the investigation had been initiated by the government of Guinea , which opened a review of mining contr...

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  • Trump says he is considering pardon for former Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio
Trump says he is considering pardon for former Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio

Arpaio is scheduled to be sentenced on October 5 and faces a maximum penalty of six months in jail and a fine, according to Reuters. In a discussion with Fox News on Sunday, President Donald Trump said he was "seriously considering a pardon for Sheriff Arpaio ".

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  • Centre assures of help to Assam as 10 more die in floods
Centre assures of help to Assam as 10 more die in floods

A third wave of floods hit Assam on Friday, inundating over 700 villages in 15 districts and affecting over three lakh people. "People are being moved to safer places and other relief camps set up by the district administration", said district magistrate Pankaj Dixit.

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  • Charlottesville vigil to be held in Raleigh Monday night
Charlottesville vigil to be held in Raleigh Monday night

After violence broke out Saturday morning in Charlottesville, Virginia's governor, Terence McAuliffe, declared a state of emergency and directed the national guard to put an end to the "Unite the Right" rally after multiple activists and police officers were injured and/or killed.

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  • United Kingdom model: I understand doubts, but kidnap story is true
United Kingdom model: I understand doubts, but kidnap story is true

Chloe has been inundated with modelling offers. "In the back of my mind part of me is still anxious that maybe Black Death is real and they will come after me", she told the Mail on Sunday . The model, 20, was allegedly abducted and told she would be sold as a sex slave after being lured to Milan for a fake photo shoot. The blonde beauty - who...

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  • Search resumes for Trevor Deely
Search resumes for Trevor Deely

It is understood that the source chose to provide the information after being interviewed during a "cold case review" of the original investigation. They launched the search on Saturday after receiving new information relating to the Kildare man, who's missing for almost 17 years.

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