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Jose weakens, turns eastward as Category 1 hurricane

Jose weakens, turns eastward as Category 1 hurricane

Irma has been blamed for three deaths in Florida , one in Georgia, and at least 36 in the Caribbean. The company updated technology - which Silagy says now allows it to pinpoint outages without cust...

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United Kingdom proposes maintaining security cooperation with European Union post-Brexit

United Kingdom proposes maintaining security cooperation with European Union post-Brexit

His proposal would mean consolidating the leadership of the EU Commission, the bloc's executive branch, with the relatively new position of Council president, who serves as the convenor and coordinato...

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Seven Arsenal stars set to miss the Cologne game

Seven Arsenal stars set to miss the Cologne game

Thoughts, Gooners? Has the spending gone too far or do we just need to accept it? "Sometimes people say "he does this, he does that" but I think in a way, he is a guy who plays with all his passion ...

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New North Korea sanctions will totally, maybe work

New North Korea sanctions will totally, maybe work

Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley said on the new resolution, pointing out it will hit Pyongyang's ability to fuel and fund its nuclear and missile programs and will reduce by nearly 50 percent its...

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Kenow wildfire destroys visitor centre in Waterton Lakes National Park

Kenow wildfire destroys visitor centre in Waterton Lakes National Park

Our thoughts and prayers are with the residents, businesses, and staff during this hard time, as well as to the community members of Blood Tribe and municipal district of Pincher Creek and Cardston Co...

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North Korea lashes out over 'vicious' United Nations sanctions

North Korea lashes out over 'vicious' United Nations sanctions

The resolution fell short of measures sought by the Trump administration and opposed by Russian Federation and China to ban all oil imports, instead capping Pyongyang's imports of crude oil at the...

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Carlos Sainz signs with Renault, McLaren to acquire Renault engines

Carlos Sainz signs with Renault, McLaren to acquire Renault engines

Sainz's impending arrival has reportedly made up Robert Kubica's mind about his chances of driving for Renault , the Pole asking for his release from his short-term contract in order to explore oppo...

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China renews orange alert for Typhoon Talim

China renews orange alert for Typhoon Talim

A sea warning for Typhoon Talim is expected to be lifted Thursday evening, after it moves toward Japan, according to the Central Weather Bureau (CWB). In mainland China, more than 200,000 people i...

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Tropical Storms Jose, Katia now hurricanes

Tropical Storms Jose, Katia now hurricanes

Residents of the Leeward Islands were also warned earlier this week to watch for Hurricane Irma , which is now making its way through the Caribbean and toward Florida. A third named storm in the Atla...

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Hurricane Irma: As storm arrives in Upstate, how windy will it get?

Hurricane Irma: As storm arrives in Upstate, how windy will it get?

At 5 a.m. ET, Irma was carrying maximum sustained winds of almost 75 miles per hour, the National Hurricane Center said . Hurricane IrmaMIAMI, FL - SEPTEMBER 10: Peter Moodley wades through flo...

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UN Security Council approves new sanctions against North Korea

UN Security Council approves new sanctions against North Korea

Instead, the resolution caps refined oil imports at 2 million barrels and crude oil imports at their current levels. An analysis of commercial satellite imagery showed more activity near the site, s...

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Richard Branson takes shot at 'man-made climate change' in Irma's wake

Richard Branson takes shot at 'man-made climate change' in Irma's wake

About 70 percent of the beds at the main hospital in the French portion of St. Martin were severely damaged, and more than 100 people needing urgent medical care were evacuated. "But I will come bac...

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Internet falls in love with Florida police officers working during Irma

Internet falls in love with Florida police officers working during Irma

Others commented, "I can't believe how many women are objectifying these poor, fine, young, strong, handsome, brave, sexy, delicious, virile, ovulation-inducing, mouth-watering, beefy...." "We are dyi...

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Trump declares state of emergency in Georgia

Trump declares state of emergency in Georgia

In anupdate at noon Friday, Cooper again urged caution. "It's awful, what we saw", Scott said. Three Georgia deaths were blamed on the storm _ a 55-year-old Sandy Springs man who was crushed by ...

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United Nations bans North Korea's textile export

Textiles were North Korea's second-biggest export after coal and other minerals in 2016, totaling $752 million. North Korea's ambassador to the United Nations spoke about the sanctions , sayin...

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N Korea hit with new United Nations sanctions over nuclear test

The United States had sought much stronger sanctions, including a complete oil embargo, an asset freeze on leader Kim Jong Un , and authorization to use military force if necessary to interdict ships...

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ICJ to resume hearing today on Kulbhushan case; hopes early release

ICJ to resume hearing today on Kulbhushan case; hopes early release

The International Court of Justice (ICJ ) will resume hearing in the Kulbhushan Jadhav case, today. The president of the ICJ, principal judicial organ of the United Nations (UN), had fixed time l...

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Hurricane Irma looting: Caribbean Chaos as prisoners escape and looters run riot

Hurricane Irma looting: Caribbean Chaos as prisoners escape and looters run riot

On Monday, he defended the Government's response to Hurricane Irma , amid claims the United Kingdom had done less to evacuate its citizens than other nations. She told the Press Association: "I hones...

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UN Security Council Approves New North Korea Sanctions

UN Security Council Approves New North Korea Sanctions

The North Korean regime has not yet passed the point of no return. Several diplomats said the United States demand for a speedy council vote was aimed at putting maximum pressure on China and ...

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Atlanta has first-ever tropical storm warning as states brace for Irma

Meanwhile, the southernmost part of Georgia can expect to start feeling tropical storm force winds by Sunday evening, according to the National Hurricane Center. About 800 flights had been cancelled a...

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Korea to buy more US military equipment

Korea to buy more US military equipment

The British and Dutch governments called in North Korea's top envoys to their nations to scorn the nation for its latest military action. "It would be great if something else could be worked out". But...

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California officials make clear: The state has Dreamers' backs

President Trump has called the dreamers "absolutely incredible kids" who deserve to stay. The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program allowed children brought to the US illegally by their p...

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FPL says power restoration will be slow, but steady

FPL says power restoration will be slow, but steady

Power should be back on throughout South Florida by the end of the weekend, Florida Power & Light promised Tuesday morning. The two - among the thousands of power-line workers brought in from out-of...

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CHP investigating two auto rollover crash in Buellton

CHP investigating two auto rollover crash in Buellton

Four additional youths, ranging from ages 2 to 7, in the vehicle were not injured, the CHP said. KABC-TV reports Caltrans officials say one of the three people who died was a person trying to help i...

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New Zealand MP defends teaching English to Chinese spies

New Zealand MP defends teaching English to Chinese spies

Yang attended university in Canberra before migrating to New Zealand to teach worldwide relations in the politics department at the University of Auckland. While there, Yang taught English and Ameri...

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Hurricane Irma: Chainsaw-wielding nun helps clear trees in South Florida

Hurricane Irma: Chainsaw-wielding nun helps clear trees in South Florida

Sister Margaret Ann - clad in her nun's habit - was spotted using the tool to cut into a tree that had been felled by Hurricane Irma . So she found a chainsaw and got to work. The department posted a...

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Man Charged With Shooting Ex-Girlfriend on South Side

Man Charged With Shooting Ex-Girlfriend on South Side

An officer then fired shots, striking Flores, who was pronounced dead at the scene. A man has been charged with shooting his ex-girlfriend Saturday morning near the Dearborn Homes public housing com...

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Erdogan: Turkey will take own security measures after Russian Federation defense deal

Erdogan: Turkey will take own security measures after Russian Federation defense deal

According to Komersant, there are still a few issues to be clarified in the deal, namely the fact that Turkey intends to manufacture the missile systems in its territory, a move which is opposed by ...

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Prosecutors sent to investigate alleged attack on biracial boy

Prosecutors sent to investigate alleged attack on biracial boy

A September 12 demonstration in Claremont, N.H., was inspired by violence last month against an 8-year-old biracial boy that occurred while he played with a group of teenagers outside his home. The fa...

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Indian Army's latest howitzer artillery guns damaged during field trials

Indian Army's latest howitzer artillery guns damaged during field trials

According to Army sources, a U.S. made M-777 ultra-light howitzer being tested at the Pokhran range in Rajasthan had an accident on September 2 when a shell which was being fired exited the barrel i...

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Gerry Brownlee welcomes new North Korea sanctions

Gerry Brownlee welcomes new North Korea sanctions

United States ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley , said her country was not looking for war with North Korea, but the sanctions would "cut deep". Haley acknowledged China's influence saying: "T...

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Will latest United Nations sanctions make Kim Jong Un sweat?

Will latest United Nations sanctions make Kim Jong Un sweat?

Meanwhile, North Korea appears to be stepping up efforts to secure bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, which could be used to avoid trade restrictions including new sanctions approved by the U.N. Nort...

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Scores of dogs were left to die in Irma

Scores of dogs were left to die in Irma

Many of them were left tied to poles or in outside pens, officials said to the New York Post . And these aren't pets who are just being left inside, Director of Animal Care Diane Suave said. She ...

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North Korea Threatens Unprecedented Suffering in Response to New UN Sanctions

North Korea Threatens Unprecedented Suffering in Response to New UN Sanctions

Ever wondered what the city of Pyongyang looks like? UN Security Council Resolution 2375 reportedly sees a total ban on North Korea's export of textiles , the biggest export sector that has not a...

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Nobel institute: Suu Kyi can't be stripped of prize

Nobel institute: Suu Kyi can't be stripped of prize

Some are now calling for Suu Kyi to be stripped of the Nobel Prize she won in 1991 for resisting Myanmar's military junta. Suu Kyi said the situation in Rakhine has been hard for many decades an...

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Koreans in Japan wary of tensions with North, worry about backlash

Koreans in Japan wary of tensions with North, worry about backlash

They have proposed a freeze-for-freeze that would halt North Korean nuclear and missile tests in exchange for the US and South Korea stopping their joint military exercises - but the Trump administr...

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Jose and Katia strengthen into hurricanes

National Hurricane Center says Katia's maximum sustained winds have dropped to 75 miles per hour (120 kph) as it hits land north of Tecolutla, in Veracruz state. Parts of Florida, including the Keys...

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Marathon Petroleum Corporation (NYSE:MPC) Given News Impact Rating of 0.17

Marathon Petroleum Corporation (NYSE:MPC) Given News Impact Rating of 0.17

They now have a United States dollars 54 price target on the stock. About 2.07M shares traded. Anadarko Petroleum Corporation (NYSE:APC) has risen 8.29% since September 12, 2016 and is uptrending. O...

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North Korea: 'US gangsters' will pay for new sanctions

Although the resolution won unanimous backing from all 15 council members, the weakened penalties reflected the power of Russian Federation and China , which had objected to the original language and...

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North Korea hit by new United Nations sanctions

When speaking to ValueWalk ahead of the much-anticipated meeting by the UN Security Council on Monday, Mr. Ascione argued that the oil embargo could have "crippling effects" on the North Korean econom...

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