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OSU sets record for largest tribal jurisdiction map on Indigenous People's Day


The most popular replacement seems to be Indigenous Peoples' Day, which is now observed by the state of Vermont and South Dakota, as well as dozens of cities across the country. "The first voyage of Columbus to the Americas initiated the trans-Atlantic slave trade". The movements, he continued, represent Native American warriors on the battlefield retrieving their fallen brethren. Read More »

Cristiano Ronaldo leads Portugal to Russian Federation and France top Group A

Switzerland have won all nine Group B qualifiers so far, including a 2-0 victory over Portugal in their opening match when Ronaldo was out injured, and need just a draw to secure a place in next year's finals. That seemed to spring a catalogue of bad decisions by the official and Switzerland felt they should have had a penalty in the 32nd minute when Haris Seferovic was clipped by Eliseu only for the referee to wave play on. Read More »

Trump says will not move USA embassy to Jerusalem for now

On Saturday, Trump told former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee in a televised interview that he had made a decision to delay the move until his administration could go ahead with an Israelli-Palestinian negotiating plan its been working on over the past few months. Read More »

Italy arrests Marseille attacker's brother as accessory to murder


The French investigators suspect Anise Hanachi of complicity in the murder of two young women in Marseille . Switzerland is sending a Tunisian couple who include the brother of a man presumed to have killed two people in a knife attack at a French train station back to their home country for security reasons, Swiss federal police said on Tuesday. Read More »

US National Team Trains On Flooded Pitch Before WC Qualifier


While the team's 10,000 pounds of equipment included 200 boots, 65 balls, 60 rain jackets and 30 cases of Powerade, a Bailey bridge was not in the inventory, so many American players were carried onto the field in an attempt to keep their feet somewhat dry for the final training session before Tuesday's match against Trinidad and Tobago . Read More »

US First Lady Melania Trump hits back at husband's ex


Kellyanne Conway, a counselor to President Donald Trump , was traveling with the First Lady. The first Mrs. Trump is out on the talk show circuit where she's pitching her book, Raising Trump , in the tried-and-true Trump style - saying things that will stir controversy . Read More »

5 things we learned from the Republic of Ireland's win over Wales

Ireland ripped up the script by beating Wales 1-0 to secure their place in the playoffs for the World Cup finals on Monday. "We are a good away team but it may benefit us to play the second game at home". Ireland , however, became the first team to beat the Dragons since Portugal knocked them out in the semi-finals of Euro 2016 . For tonight's massive game, as reported by Wales Online going into the contest, Wales players requested for the anthem to be cut out after the first ... Read More »

Does Canada have enough gun laws?


Stephen Paddock was able to commit the horrific crime because U.S. laws permit easy purchase of guns. "But there is a falsehood that spreads every time we have this discussion that we are talking about taking away people's guns". Said the NRA: "Banning guns from law-abiding Americans based on the criminal act of a madman will do nothing to prevent future attacks". If signed, the bill would require background checks for employees of gun dealers, require surveillance outside gun stores, and ... Read More »

Ships that transport goods north Korean banned from ports by the UN


The UN has imposed a global port ban on four vessels that violated UN sanctions against North Korea. Last month, the 15-member council further adopted a resolution on September 11, extending bans to include North Korea's textile exports. Griffiths identified the four vessels as the Petrel 8, Hao Fan 6, Tong San 2 and Jie Shun. In addition to lead, those goods are estimated to total more than $1 billion - about one-third of the country's estimated US$3 billion in exports in 2016. Read More »

Chance the Rapper livestreams traffic stop on Instagram


The Chicago Sun-Times reports that almost 7 million of the Grammy Award-winner's Instagram followers watched. The video shows Chance and his daughter's mother, Kirsten Corley , in a vehicle with a police auto right behind them. has contacted reps for Chance the Rapper and the Chicago Police Department for comment. "I'm with my baby. nothing going on, just came back from church". Read More »

Monkey Pox Outbreak- Minister Calls For Calm


He had said: "The Federal Government has not conducted any free medical service or care in either Bayelsa or Rivers state , as alleged in the fake report being circulated". NCDC has also collected appropriate clinical samples from the cases and these are being analysed through the National Reference Laboratory in Abuja ", Ihekweazu explained. Read More »

Police Continuing To Investigate Pitt Student's Homicide


A University of Pittsburgh student was found dead at a home in a Pittsburgh neighborhood over the weekend, police said. "As with each homicide investigation, our primary interest is collecting sufficient evidence that can be successfully used in a court of law", he continued. Read More »

NATO chief: 'We don't want a new Cold War' with Russia


The Resolution on Stability and Security in the Black Sea Region , presented by the Committee on the Civil Dimension of Security and adopted by the Plenary Assembly on October 9, expresses deep concern over "heightened tensions in the region", and condemns "continuous illegal occupation of Abkhazia and South Ossetia regions of Georgia by Russian Federation, and its military build-up". Read More »

Illarramendi rocket gives Spain narrow win in Israel


All of those to have entered the field were apprehended by police forces before they could reach the Spanish players and were subsequently arrested. "There was no security incident". Spain beat Israel despite having already secured qualification. A solitary strike from Asier Illarramendi settled the contest, with the Real Sociedad midfielder firing home from outside the box in the 76th minute. Read More »

Californians get drug pricing transparency law


Taylor, president of UNITE HERE, an SB 17 co-sponsor. "The drug that I take, I take an MS disease modifying drug as everyone with MS is encouraged to do", Fargo said after the bill signing ceremony, "just a few years ago these drugs were about $10,000 a year, the drug I take is now $91,000 a year". Read More »

Audit triggers extra help to close the ethnic jobs divide


But despite large disparities between different ethnic groups when it comes to issues like unemployment and education, race appears to have little effect for most people on how British they feel. And white people are significantly more likely to struggle with suicidal thoughts, with 21.6 per cent saying they have considered killing themselves compared to just 13.1 per cent of Asians. Read More »

Sears Canada plans to cease operations

Approximately three-quarters of those positions are part-time. The embattled retailer has been operating under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act since June. "Assuming we receive the approval of the Court, this also means the elimination of all of our jobs over the course of the next few days to few months", the company told employees in a letter sent out Tuesday. Read More »

Indian State Fights Land & Property Fraud with Blockchain Pilot


The conference attracted about 500 delegates, majority specialising in fintech and blockchain, from 25 countries. "Today, as part of the Fintech Valley Vizag initiative, we have nine companies that have already set up and 16 companies yet to establish their bases in Vizag". Read More »

Trump says he doesn't believe feud with Corker hurts tax-reform chances


Bannon said Monday that Corker's comments illustrate how establishment Republicans feel about Trump . Sen. Bob Corker , the retiring Republican chair of the Senate foreign relations committee, has engaged in a heated back-and-forth with Trump for days now, including in an interview with The New York Times where he said that he feared Trump was steering the nation "on the path to World War III". Read More »

Fukushima court rules Tepco, govt liable over 2011 disaster


In the ruling, Presiding Judge Hideki Kanazawa concluded that the government and Tepco are both to blame for failing to take steps to counter huge tsunami caused by an natural disaster, as they were able to foresee the risks based on a quake assessment issued in 2002. Read More »