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Bands From Tropical Storm Jose Nearing New England Coast


The category 1 hurricane lumbering up the coast is expected to be downgraded to a tropical storm by the time it starts dumping 1-3 inches of rain on the Island, primarily Tuesday night into Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service in Upton. Read More »

More countries sever ties with North Korea


The administration of South Korean President Moon Jae-in had been emphasizing dialogue with North Korea and was cautious about having US strategic arms in his country. "No one wants war, the president doesn't want war". The Spanish Government told the local North Korean Embassy to reduce the number of staff in the country on September 1, but since then North Korea conducted a nuclear test and launched a missile over Japan , further spiking tensions in the region. Read More »

India Seeks Deportation of Rohingya for Security Reasons


Pointing out that not a single Rohingya was arrested in India for links with the Inter-Services Intelligence or the Islamic State or for doing "hundi" transactions, Owaisi said even if somebody was found indulging in such activity, action should be taken against him or her under the law. Read More »

BSF kills 7 Pakistani rangers in Paragwal and Arnia sectors of J&K


At least two Pakistani infiltrators have been neutralised after Border Security Force (BSF) personnel foiled an infiltration bid across the International Boundary in Ajnala sector near Amritsar, Punjab. Jammu, Sept 19 After six days of intermittent yet intense shelling, guns fell silent along the global border in the Arnia sector as there was no report of any ceasefire violation by Pakistani forces, an official said. Read More »

Parsons Green terror attack: Third arrest as searches continue in Surrey


Police said the search at the Hounslow property had concluded, but two addresses in Surrey and two in Newport were still being combed over by authorities. British police have arrested a third suspect in connection with the bomb that partially exploded on a London subway last week. Ms Rudd said: "Following the attack in Parsons Green last Friday the police have made good progress with what is an ongoing operation". Read More »

This is the latest information about the Parsons Green terror attack investigation

A 25-year-old man has been arrested in Wales in connection with the terror attack on a tube train at Parsons Green. Both men were held under the Terrorism Act, though neither had been charged as of Monday afternoon. Commander Dean Haydon, head of the Met's Counter Terrorism Command, said: "This continues to be a fast-moving investigation". She added said it appeared the bomber was not a lone wolf but added that it was "too early to reach any final conclusions on that". Read More »

Magnitude 3.6 quake near Westwood, Los Angeles


Earlier today a 5.8-magnitude hit 585km south of Invercargill , at a depth of 33km, but there were few reports of any shaking. This is one of the latest quakes to shake the rim of the Pacific Ocean, known as the " Ring of Fire ". The more distant natural disaster measured 6.1, USGS reported. "We get these size earthquakes fairly frequently", the U.S. Geological Survey seismologist Zachary Reeves told The Los Angeles Times . Read More »

Health care bill bad for Alabama


Under the bill, states will also be able to decide whether or not to set a lifetime cap, as well as the amount of that cap. John Hickenlooper of Colorado, Terence McAuliffe of Virginia, Tom Wolf of Pennsylvania, Jon Edwards of Louisiana , and Steve Bullock of Montana; Republican Govs. Read More »

Quake Mexico State kills at least 61


Mexican education officials later said 25 bodies had been recovered from the site, almost all of them children. It wasn't immediately clear whether those deaths were included in the overall death toll of 149. The powerful 8.1 quake from earlier this month - the strongest to hit the country in 8 decades - left almost 100 people dead. The prolonged tremor hit at 13:14 local time (18:14 GMT) and sent thousands of residents into the streets. Read More »

Syrian man identified as suspect in London train bombing

Yahyah Farroukh, a 21-year-old originally from Damascus, was pictured being stopped by police outside a fried chicken shop in the Hounslow area of west London on Saturday night. On Saturday an 18-year-old refugee, who was living with foster carers in Sunbury-on-Thames, Surrey, was arrested at the port of Dover while Yahyah Farroukh, a 21-year-old Syrian refugee, was... Read More »

Tom Price Took Private Jet On Five Separate Official Trips Last Week


Price took several privately chartered flights between September 13 and 15 from Washington, D.C., to and around the northeast, to participate in meetings and discussions with health care companies and executives, according to Politico , which cited airport records and internal Department of Health and Human Services documents. Read More »

Fed Starts Monetary Policy Meeting, Trump Speaks to UN


Asserting that the United States will not allow radical Islamic terrorism to flourish, President Donald Trump on Tuesday said terrorists and extremists have spread to every part the world. He did warn today, though, that you haven't heard the last about that. "The United States will forever be a great friend to the world, and especially to its allies". Read More »

Soldier killed in Pakistan firing along LoC in Jammu and Kashmir


Pakistani troops today opened fire at an Army patrol along the Line of Control in Keran sector of Jammu and Kashmir, leaving a soldier injured. While Indian Army lost a soldier in Keran, two Pakistani intruders were shot down along the Indo-Pak border in Punjab by the Border Security Force when they refused to surrender while crossing over to the Indian territory. Read More »

Ithaca police name suspect in possible Cornell University hate crime assault


He was hospitalized and treated for a possible concussion and broken nose, according to the Cornell Daily Sun - he had neither. The victim, a junior at Cornell, told The Sun that he arrived home around 1 a.m. "The events of the last few weeks are thus deeply painful; and, of course, the pain is magnified a thousandfold for those whose dignity and, indeed, very bodies have been attacked". Read More »

Backed forces capture 90 pct of Syria's Raqqa from IS


The Observatory on Wednesday accused the USA -led coalition of killing more than 1,000 civilians in airstrikes on Raqqa since the SDF first entered the city in June. It estimated that the SDF had now retaken more than 90% of the city. SDF's campaign to capture Raqqa started months ago. AFP journalists on Tuesday saw a convoy transporting US-made armoured vehicles and other military equipment through northeastern Syria towards Raqa. Read More »

Drake encouraged to track down friend's murderers through his social media


And here's the second video of Anthony Soares' murder, this one taken from a camera aimed at the paved area in front of the building. Soares was shot multiple times at close range and succumbed to his injuries at the hospital. A shocking video has been released showing the moment Drake's close friend was ambushed and gunned down. The suspects continue to fire at the deceased while on the floor. Read More »

Countries begin signing nuclear ban treaty at UN


Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, left, meets with United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017, at U.N. headquarters. The signing ceremony came a day after President Donald Trump threatened to "totally destroy North Korea" if the United States is forced to defend itself or its allies. Read More »

United Nations options exhausted on Korean Peninsula issue: Nikki Haley warns

China tends to be less willing than the United State to publicly condemn North Korea, partly for cultural reasons. Haley says President Donald Trump's "fire and fury" threat against North Korea wasn't an empty threat. "We also have to look at the fact that you are dealing with someone who is being reckless, irresponsible and is continuing to give threats not only to the United States, but to all of their allies". Read More »

Just as Bangladeshis, Rohingyas too are illegal migrants and not refugees


He alleged that the "ruling party men" are involved in most of the attacks on different puja mandaps and idols of the Hindu community across the country. But the military which still looms large in the fragile democracy is the biggest obstacle to democratic reform in Myanmar. Their plea challenged the government's deportation plan on several grounds, including violation of worldwide human rights conventions. Read More »

Provider groups oppose Graham-Cassidy bill to repeal ACA


Kimmel even fired off a pre-emptive retort to his critics: "Before you post a nasty Facebook message saying I'm politicizing my son's health problems, I want you to know, I am politicizing my son's health problems, because I have to". Kimmel, during Monday night's show , said that Sen. It proposes to replace Obamacare with a system giving states money in block grants to run their own healthcare programs. Read More »

Hurricane Jose edges closer to New England; rain, some wind in store


Showers were expected to begin Tuesday afternoon. Surfers off of Monroe Blvd in Long Beach try their luck and skill from the strong waves created by approaching Hurricane Jose on Tuesday morning. On-and-off rain for Philadelphia, the immediate suburbs and South Jersey Tuesday and Wednesday . Seas will churn 20 to 25 feet high offshore today with 10 to 15 foot seas closer to the shore. Read More »

Three held over death of British adventurer Emma Kelty in Brazilian Amazon


According to official sources, a 17-year-old boy is arrested in connection with the murder. "So in or near coari (100km away) i will have my boat stolen and i will be killed too". Emma, a former headteacher from Finchley, north London, had been spooked by reports of pirates and drug lords who roam the jungle regions. The self-confessed adrenaline junkie had only begun serious kayaking earlier this year, weeks after skiing a return solo journey to the South Pole. Read More »