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  • N.Korea threatens United States over new sanctions

    N.Korea threatens United States over new sanctions

    North Korea warned on Monday it would inflict "the greatest pain and suffering" on the United States if Washington persists in pushing for harsher UN sanctions following Pyongyang's sixth nuclear test . North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un has ordered the production of more rocket warheads and engines, shortly after the United States suggested that its threats of military action and sanctions were having an impact on Pyongyang's behavior.

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  • Hope Hicks To Be Named Communications Director

    Hope Hicks To Be Named Communications Director

    Ms Hicks went on to leave the firm to work for the Trump Organization in 2014, helping to expand Ms Trump's fashion label. The Associated Press reports that White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed the news Tuesday, Sept.

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  • Tropical Storm Jose forms in the eastern Atlantic

    Tropical Storm Jose forms in the eastern Atlantic

    Jose had winds up to 70 miles per hour, and the hurricane center said it could become a hurricane later today. In those places, storms with sustained winds between 30 and 50 kilometers per hour, and gusts of up to 80 can occur. So it's been seven years since it last happened, when hurricanes Igor, Julia, and Karl appeared simultaneously in the Atlantic in 2010. July 31, 2017 - Tropical Storm Emily forms near the west coast of Florida and makes landfall on Anna Maria Island.

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  • America remembers the September 11 attacks

    America remembers the September 11 attacks

    Speaking in Virginia, the President issued a warning to extremists, saying "America can not be intimidated" and those who try will join the list of enemies "who dared to test our mettle". The president added: "In that hour of darkness, we also came together with renewed goal". Although the U.S.is still struggling with the bitter partisan divides the 2016 presidential election etched into the nation, both Trump and Pence urged their fellow Americans to honor the memory of those who died on ...

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  • Egyptian police kill 10 suspected militants in raids near Cairo

    Egyptian police kill 10 suspected militants in raids near Cairo

    Nine suspected terrorists have been killed in a shootout in Egypt's third largest city Giza, home to the legendary Great Pyramids and the Sphinx. One of the security sources said authorities suspect the individuals to be members of Hasm, a group which has claimed several attacks around the Egyptian capital targeting judges and policemen since a year ago.

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  • For 3 decades, Congress shuns immigration duty

    For 3 decades, Congress shuns immigration duty

    So, we are giving a voice to those who have little voice in our society, who do not know where to go to get help and who do not know our laws or how our country works. consecutively since June 15, 2007, according to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services website. This part of the program is particularly impressive to me, as the recipient knows one single slip-up could result in deportation.

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  • Test-best Anderson bowls England to Windies series win

    Tom Westley: His neat and unbeaten 44 showed he has the temperament for Test cricket - he fancied it - but jury still out on his technique because only six of those runs were made against pace. But Hope's fourth ball after the interval saw him undone by a superb Anderson leg-cutter and caught behind. The Headingley match featured twin hundreds from Shai Hope - his first centuries in Test cricket - and the 23-year-old underlined his promise with two more impressive innings in hard ...

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  • Trump allows new weapons sales to South Korea, Japan

    Trump allows new weapons sales to South Korea, Japan

    Despite the North's fiery rhetoric, South Koreans are generally calm, going about their lives with no sign of panic. Moon and Abe in their meeting agreed to cooperate on seeking tougher United Nations sanctions against North Korea and pledged to strengthen efforts to persuade Beijing and Moscow into cutting off oil supplies to the North, said Yoon Young-chan, Moon's chief press secretary.

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  • South Korea Calls For Further Sanctions On North

    South Korea Calls For Further Sanctions On North

    If they do not, LKP chairman Rep. Hong Joon-pyo said, "We will have to search for our own new way to deal with North Korean nukes". "I would like to say that Russian Federation is still willing to implement trilateral projects with the participation of North Korea ", Putin told media, in a translation provided by the Kremlin.

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  • 365000 sign petition to strip Suu Kyi of her Nobel Prize

    365000 sign petition to strip Suu Kyi of her Nobel Prize

    According to reports, Myanmar troops and Buddhist mobs have been setting fires to the homes of Rohingya - and some have been raped or beheaded. Right: De facto leader of Myanmar Aung San Suu Kyi . However, the organisation that oversees the coveted prize has said the honour can not be withdrawn. Suu Kyi has been widely criticised for failing to address widespread violence committed against the Rohingya people, which has forced more than 120,000 refugees across the border into ...

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  • Steve Bannon: Gary Cohn should have resigned after Charlottesville

    Steve Bannon: Gary Cohn should have resigned after Charlottesville

    Bannon said that it's acceptable to offer Trump advice on how to deliver his message, but the former White House official said that anyone willing to openly disagree with the President should step down. CHARLIE ROSE: The Republican establishment? "There's no room in American society for that". He returned to Breitbart News , which he led before joining Trump's campaign.

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  • Philippines' president slams Suu Kyi over Rohingya crisis

    Philippines' president slams Suu Kyi over Rohingya crisis

    The Obama administration lifted economic sanctions in 2016, rewarding Myanmar's democratic transition, although by that point there were serious questions about Suu Kyi's commitment to the ideas expressed in her Nobel speech. As her children held foreign passports Suu Kyi could not run for president. Though stopping short of calling for the prize to be stripped, Ebadi said Aung San Suu Kyi has failed to live up to the prize's ideals.

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  • At least 32 killed in deadly Mexico quake

    At least 32 killed in deadly Mexico quake

    An quake of 8.1 magnitude caused extensive damage in southern Mexico Thursday evening. The quake was felt in Mexico City , more than 450 miles from the epicentre. Authorities said they were evacuating residents in Puerto Madero in Chiapas as a precaution due to the tsunami alert, the AP reported. When the quake struck at 11:49 p.m.

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  • Pharaonic tomb uncovered in Luxor

    Pharaonic tomb uncovered in Luxor

    The Egyptian government announced Saturday that a pharaonic tomb more than 3,500 years old has been discovered in the southern city of Luxor. The main shaft belonged to the tomb's owner and his wife and contained a collection of mummies, sarcophagi and funerary masks carved in wood along with a collection of ushabti figurines.

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  • Hurricane, natural disaster wreak havoc

    Hurricane, natural disaster wreak havoc

    Mexico City is over 750km from the epicentre in the southeastern state of Chiapas. He said 45 deaths had been reported in Oaxaca, 12 in Chiapas and four in Tabasco. Saturday's discovery came as Mexicans mourned quake victims in slow-moving funeral processions in Juchitan, where a graveyard swelled with the bereaved and serenades for the dead.

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  • Backed force attacks Daish in Deir Al Zor

    Backed force attacks Daish in Deir Al Zor

    US-led coalition bombing dispatched two weapons experts in the east of Deir Ezzor on Thursday, a statement from the Combined Joint Task Force said. The US is eying a win in Deir al-Zour, as it would allow it to keep a check on Iranian expansionism.

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  • Pakistan not given full credit for efforts to battle terrorism: China

    Pakistan not given full credit for efforts to battle terrorism: China

    Addressing a press conference along with his Pakistani counterpart, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Pakistan's people, government and the armed forces rendered unprecedented sacrifices against terrorism. The two officials discussed security in the region and other bilateral issues between China and Pakistan. "No one knows Pakistan and understands Pakistan better than China", Wang added.

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