• At least five dead as earthquake srtikes off south Mexico coast
At least five dead as earthquake srtikes off south Mexico coast

Tsunami waves of 3.3 feet were observed at the southern Mexican city of Salina Cruz, according to the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center . Smaller tsunami waves were observed on the coast or measured by ocean gauges in several other places.

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  • My son did not even know the bus conductor, says heartbroken mother
My son did not even know the bus conductor, says heartbroken mother

The child was immediately rushed to the Artemis hospital Gurugram, where he was declared dead on arrival by the doctors. The child's father Varun Thakur, who dropped Pradhuman and his sister Vidhi to school not long before the boy was found dead, has laid the blame on the school administration for the murder of the child.

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  • US Seeks UN Permission to Board North Korean Ships
US Seeks UN Permission to Board North Korean Ships

US President Donald Trump yesterday said that military action against a defiant North Korea after its recent powerful nuclear test was "not inevitable". "Only when the two are put together can it unlock the nuclear issue of the Korean Peninsula", Wang said. As the UN Security Council gears up for another round of sanctions on North Korea, it will b...

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  • President Trump, cabinet members discuss Irma and tax code at Camp David
President Trump, cabinet members discuss Irma and tax code at Camp David

During a cabinet meeting about Hurricane Irma, Donald Trump tried to use the hurricane as a reason for Congress to speed up and pass tax cuts for the wealthy. The storm is expected to cross the Florida-Georgia border late Monday or early Tuesday. Defying colleagues in the GOP leadership, Trump endorsed legislation that would simultaneously fund rel...

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  • The largest amusement Park had to close due to hurricane
The largest amusement Park had to close due to hurricane "Irma"

Both resorts have planned to provide limited food service on Sunday and Monday and have cast and team members on site to provide what other support they can. Walt Disney World lies directly in the path of Irma, which is expected to travel up the entire state of Florida this weekend . If the dangers of Hurricane Irma end up bringing risky rains, p...

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  • U.S. border agency awards more design contracts for border wall
U.S. border agency awards more design contracts for border wall

KWR did not immediately respond to a request for comment, but one official there told Cronkite News when bids went out in April that despite some backlash from the Latino community for bidding on the wall, "building barriers on the border is nothing new" for the company.

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  • BJD govt only increased poverty, unemployment in Odisha: Amit Shah
BJD govt only increased poverty, unemployment in Odisha: Amit Shah

Apart from criticising the BJD regime, Shah asked the party's grass-root level leaders drawn from 36,000 booths from across the state to highlight the good work done by the Narendra Modi government at the Centre. "I doubt that the amount has gone into the hands of corrupt elements in the government and the party", he said, issuing a cautionary th...

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  • Pope Francis asks Colombia to confront inequality
Pope Francis asks Colombia to confront inequality

Faithful threw flowers and held up children to be kissed. He praised Colombians harmed by the conflict who have "overcome the understandable temptation for vengeance" and instead worked for peace. "This is the peace we are constructing", he told the pope. The FARC have since disarmed and transformed into a political party under a peace accord wit...

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  • Dutch government: 2 dead, 43 wounded on Saint Martin
Dutch government: 2 dead, 43 wounded on Saint Martin

Following crisis talks with his Cabinet, Rutte confirmed "there is no power" and the island's "infrastructure is badly damaged". "This is an enormous catastrophe; 95 percent of the island is destroyed", he told Radio Caraïbes global via cellphone.

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  • Malala urges global community to intervene in Rohingya crisis
Malala urges global community to intervene in Rohingya crisis

Some 164,000 Rohingya have fled since violence erupted two weeks ago. According to United Nations estimates, up to 300,000 Rohingya could be displaced into neighbouring Bangladesh due to "clearance operations" by the Tatmadaw, Burma's armed forces.

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  • Harvey, 104, and Irma, 93, get their moment in the spotlight
Harvey, 104, and Irma, 93, get their moment in the spotlight

Roosevelt was president of the United States , the cost of a new auto was $920 and former heavyweight boxer Muhammad Ali was about 2 months old", the Spokesman-Review reported back in March, when celebrating the couple's milestone anniversary.

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  • Hurricane Irma Could Damage Nuclear Power Plants In South Florida
Hurricane Irma Could Damage Nuclear Power Plants In South Florida

We do have a special operations team and hazardous materials. Andrew remains the most destructive hurricane to hit the state. "With a storm of this magnitude, there will be widespread destruction throughout our service territory, and most of it will be in the most densely populated areas of South Florida ", said Eric Silagy, the presid...

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  • Florida man selflessly gives last generator in store to crying woman
Florida man selflessly gives last generator in store to crying woman

She ran into Lowe's and we watched her breakdown in tears when she realized she had just missed the last generator . Brekke said her father is on oxygen, and that she was concerned that Hurricane Irma could knock out power in her home.

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  • The flight that raced Hurricane Irma and won
The flight that raced Hurricane Irma and won

He FaceTimed with WUSA 9 Wednesday at around 6:30 p.m.to show us what was going on in his area. "We are grateful that it didn't hit us", said Mari Mater O'Neill, an artist, designer and educator. Popular announced today that due to the damage that caused the passage of Hurricane Irma through neighboring islands of Culebra, St. Thomas and Tortol...

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  • Nebraska Task Force One activated to respond to Florida
Nebraska Task Force One activated to respond to Florida

Flinn Jr. "New Jersey stands ready to assist Texas with their search and rescue response to the destruction and devastation wrought by Hurricane Harvey and the recovery process begins", Christie said last month. The task force has 210 members, and approximately 48 of those members took part in the Hurricane Harvey relief effort. The Federal Emerg...

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  • Hurricane Irma: Mandatory evacuations likely Saturday in SC
Hurricane Irma: Mandatory evacuations likely Saturday in SC

By 11 a.m. Friday, Irma had been downgraded to a Category 3 storm, with maximum sustained winds of roughly 125 miles per hour. The remnants of the deadly hurricane are now projected to sweep into Alabama and Georgia by Monday morning, bringing strong winds and rain.

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  • Boris Johnson says he is 'rock solid confident' of European Union deal
Boris Johnson says he is 'rock solid confident' of European Union deal

Often accused of rigid thinking on Brexit , the European Union in the paper echoes Britain in calling for "flexible and imaginative solutions" on Ireland , "including with the aim of avoiding a hard border". The Foreign Secretary insisted it was not "beyond the wit of man" to find solutions for problems such as the future of the Irish border....

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  • U.S. calls for vote on new N Korea sanctions
U.S. calls for vote on new N Korea sanctions

The US said it would seek a vote Monday on a draft United Nations Security Council resolution on North Korea, as it pushes for fresh sanctions against the regime after its recent nuclear test. media have reported. In North Korea, which was marking the nation's founding anniversary Saturday, local media issued fresh calls for a nuclear arms buil...

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  • United States intelligence: 'Highly probable' North Korea tested hydrogen bomb
United States intelligence: 'Highly probable' North Korea tested hydrogen bomb

Mexico's move follows a tide of global condemnation of North Korea for repeated missile launches and the test of a powerful nuclear weapon in recent weeks. Ms Haley said that the USA was seeking a vote on the new sanctions on Monday, but it remained an open question whether Russian Federation and China, which have veto power at the council, w...

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  • Katia makes landfall on Mexico's Gulf coast, weakens to tropical storm
Katia makes landfall on Mexico's Gulf coast, weakens to tropical storm

At Category 1 hurricane it had winds of 75 miles per hour. A tropical storm warning is in effect for north of Cabo Rojo to Rio Panuco and south of Laguna Verde to Puerto Veracruz, the NHC stated. As Katia reached the Mexican Gulf Coast, Hurricane Irma , one of the most powerful Atlantic storms in a century, walloped Cuba's northern coast. As K...

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  • Explosive used by IS militants found in apartment near Paris
Explosive used by IS militants found in apartment near Paris

Paris: Homemade explosives ready for use were found Wednesday in an unoccupied flat near Paris , judicial sources said. Two men have been arrested after the discovery of equipment that could be used to manufacture explosives in an apartment, the newspaper Le Parisien reported.

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  • Trump Jr. tells senators 'no collusion' with Russians
Trump Jr. tells senators 'no collusion' with Russians

Two other attendees of the June meeting- Jared Kushner , the president's son-in-law, and Paul Manafort, the elder Mr. Trump's former campaign chairman-have been interviewed by Senate Intelligence Committee staff, which is conducting a similar investigation .

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  • Hurricane Irma forced Pope Francis' plane to change course
Hurricane Irma forced Pope Francis' plane to change course

Santos so far has spent most of his presidency on the peace arrangement reached previous year with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia - or FARC - the militant left-wing rebels that had fought against the government since the 1960s.

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  • Abu Saleem and Karimullah awarded life in 93 blast case
Abu Saleem and Karimullah awarded life in 93 blast case

Along with Salem, Karimullah Khan was also awarded life imprisonment while Riyaz Siddiqui was sentenced for 10 years. Even though Mustafa Dossa, who was extradited from the UAE, was held guilty , the case against him was closed when he died of a heart attack on 28 June.

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  • Amit Shah prays at Lingaraj temple in Odisha capital
Amit Shah prays at Lingaraj temple in Odisha capital

Shah in a meeting with the committee members yesterday had impressed upon them to chalk out a poll strategy and also discussed his proposed visit to the state on September 28, the sources said in Shillong. All these vacancies now need to be filled. Now, in the latest stance, in an attempt to see the NEDA in power in all the eight states in the ...

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  • Hackers gain entry into US, European energy sector, Symantec warns
Hackers gain entry into US, European energy sector, Symantec warns

With these warnings from the cyber security group, lots of researchers are looking for more ways to know the mastermind behind Dragonfly's campaign. cyber operations will need to take these developments into account. Symantec said it believed that the hacking group was state-sponsored but didn't specify which country it could be.

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  • Graydon Carter out at Vanity Fair after 25 years
Graydon Carter out at Vanity Fair after 25 years

Last December, after Trump won the White House, Vanity Fair published a scathing review of the Trump Grill restaurant and Trump's New York Trump Tower. While Vanity Fair has not announced a successor, The Times noted his announcement will likely "spark a steeplechase" among editors vying to succeed him, noting NY magazine's Adam Moss and ...

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  • Florida sheriff offers suspects shelter from Irma
Florida sheriff offers suspects shelter from Irma

We can not and we will not have innocent children in a shelter with sexual offenders & predators. Horstman said the measure was enforced to ensure people were safe when seeking shelter. Polk County has an estimated population of more than 660,000, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. "I was just trying to keep people informed ahead of time", ...

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  • Israeli Military Hits City in Syria's Hama Province
Israeli Military Hits City in Syria's Hama Province

Overnight, Lebanese media had reported jets breaking the sound barrier and breaching its airspaces. Syria's foreign ministry has sent letters to the U.N. The BBC's Jonathan Marcus says today's air strike bears a clear message from Israel: it will not tolerate the alleged military presence of Iran and Hezbollah in Syria.

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  • Putin Says North Korea Crisis Can Be Solved By Diplomatic Means
Putin Says North Korea Crisis Can Be Solved By Diplomatic Means

A THAAD battery normally consists of six launchers that can fire up to 48 interceptor missiles, but only two launchers have been operational so far at the site in rural Seongju. The leaders of South Korea and Japan are holding talks with Putin in Vladivostok on the sidelines of a conference on economic development of Russia's Far East.

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  • Army Chief: India Must Be Ready for War on 2 Fronts
Army Chief: India Must Be Ready for War on 2 Fronts

The Army chief on Wednesday had said the country should be prepared for a two-front war, noting that China had started "flexing its muscles" and there seemed no scope for any reconciliation with Pakistan . "Just two days ago, President Xi Jinping pointed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi that the two countries are each other's development oppor...

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  • Eagle Creek Fire Pictures: As Irma Churns, Oregon Burns
Eagle Creek Fire Pictures: As Irma Churns, Oregon Burns

Overall, fire activity was lower Wednesday than in previous days. The growing blaze in the Columbia River Gorge is one of the many wildfires in western USA states that sent smoke into cities from Seattle to Denver - prompting health warnings and cancellations of outdoor activities for children by many school districts, The Associated Press r...

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  • ED likely to register money laundering case against separatist leaders
ED likely to register money laundering case against separatist leaders

After media campaign, NIA was launched into action which has been terrorizing Kashmiri businessmen, traders, lawyers, students, journalists along with resistance leaders and activists. Authorities also placed Mirwaiz Umer Farooq under house arrest in his Nigeen residence on the city outskirts. Malik was arrested from his Maisuma residence and lat...

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  • Dennis Rodman Offers to 'Straighten Things Out' Between Trump and Kim Jong
Dennis Rodman Offers to 'Straighten Things Out' Between Trump and Kim Jong

As for the latter, Rodman considers him a "friend for life", with the former National Basketball Association athlete revealing that he and Jong-un sing karaoke, as well as ski and ride horses together. Song said Monday he would like the United States to consider redeploying nuclear weapons to the peninsula as threats from North Korea intensify. R...

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  • Amazon plans $5B investment, 50000 jobs in search for 2nd headquarters
Amazon plans $5B investment, 50000 jobs in search for 2nd headquarters

Cities and regional economic development organizations have been invited to submit proposals , and they will likely scramble to offer incentives and tax breaks for Amazon to consider their area. He is expected to announce several hundred new Missouri jobs. Amazon estimates its investments in Seattle from 2010 through 2016 resulted in an addi...

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