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Fivefold Growth in Canadian Players for $430 Million US Powerball this Tuesday


The consolation prize they claimed Monday? Players who want to become Florida's 13th POWERBALL jackpot victor can purchase tickets at any of the more than 13,000 authorized Florida Lottery retailers across the state. The winning numbers were 8-10-29-40-59, and the Powerball number was 26. So far over 4937 persons have won other prizes, which include the recent 2 Million Naira Cash prize at the Weekly National Jackpot draw which started in 25th June, 2017, although no Jackpot victor has ... Lire la suite »

Conflict leaves millions hungry in DRC, UN warns


A report by United Nations agencies warns today that conflicts trigger food insecurity in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), when about 7.7 million people need urgent humanitarian aid. In several areas, people only eat once a day. "Food security and nutrition. are deteriorating in many parts of DRC, but nowhere is the situation more alarming than in Kasai", said Claude Jibidar, director of the World Food Programme's operations in the country. Lire la suite »

United States seeks 'effective' ties with China's military

Trump has declared that policy dead, but many of his administration's moves have been similar, including drafting a recent United Nations resolution that imposed tougher sanctions against Pyongyang. However, Pyongyang maintained its tough rhetoric against the South and the U.S. on Monday, accusing Washington of mobilizing a large number of troops and weapons for annual military drills set to take place with South Korea later this month. Lire la suite »

Stratford Police Investigate Early Sunday Morning Fatal Shooting


According to police, a 27-year-old woman and 24-year-old man were arguing in front of the home when they were both shot. The woman died at the hospital and at last check with officials, the man remains in critical condition. Police said the shooting was an isolated incident and there is no threat to the community. The shooting incident on North Avenue is an isolated incident. Lire la suite »

Russian intelligence agency 'foiled IS attack plot'


In the course of an initial investigation it was established that "terrorist attacks' plots were organized by the leaders and emissaries of ISIL terrorist group in Syria". The service found in the Moscow region a laboratory for making explosives. The terrorists all were from the Central Asian region. Their names have not been disclosed so far. Lire la suite »

Centre seeks report from UP on children's deaths


Union health minister J.P. Nadda said the Centre will provide all possible help to the state government in dealing with the situation. He asked for a stretcher for his mother as he reached the hospital and said, "She has been suffering from a spinal problem". Lire la suite »

Will Congress hand over baton to Priyanka Gandhi, eluding Rahul Gandhi?


P. Sahay, Personal Assistant of Priyanka Gandhi reported to ANI in this regards and said, "That no discussion has taken place in this regard". The DNA report quotes a CWC member: "It wasn't a casual question. Many feel that Priyanka being the face of Congress in the run up to the 2019 general elections could give a chance to the dwindling party a chance to spur and compete shoulder to shoulder with BJP. Lire la suite »

Hundreds rally in Chicago against violence in Virginia


Democrats and Republicans criticized Trump for waiting too long to address the violence - his first major crisis on the domestic front that he has faced as president - and for failing when he did speak out to explicitly condemn white-supremacist marchers who ignited the melee. Lire la suite »

Hinsdale Falls Short of Little League World Series


One of the teams, Jackie Robinson West, made it all the way to the championship game in 2014, but had their United States title stripped after it was ruled they had used ineligible players during their Cinderella run. Will Pflaum pitched four innings in relief and struck out four for Grosse Pointe Woods-Shores. "That was kind of the big knockout punch that we needed", Grosse Pointe Woods-Shores coach Jason Hill said. Lire la suite »

Israel official warns Lebanon over Hezbollah leader's threat


In Beirut , meanwhile, the United State handed over to the Lebanese army eight Bradley Fighting Vehicles, part of a total of 32 that will be delivered over the coming months in USA support for the Lebanese military. At least 40,000 registered Syrian refugees live in the displacement camps of Arsal, according to UNHCR statistics from June, though the total number of refugees is estimated to be much higher. Lire la suite »

Man arrested in Oklahoma bank bomb plot


According to a criminal complaint, the Federal Bureau of Investigation arrested 23-year-old Jerry Drake Varnell at 1 a.m. on August 12 after he allegedly attempted to detonate what he believed to be an explosives-laden van he had parked in an alley next to BancFirst in downtown Oklahoma City. Lire la suite »

Hole on runway causes passenger delay at Stansted Airport


Travellers were left furious after flights to and from Stansted Airport were diverted or cancelled on Sunday evening (August 13). Passengers queuing at Stansted Airport after delays caused by closing the runway for repairs. "Stansted Airport's runway was temporarily closed between 5.30pm and 6.10pm to allow for minor repairs to be safely carried out". Airport officials urged travelers to check their flight status ahead of time. Lire la suite »

Un pyromane présumé mis en examen et en détention

Il a finalement été mis en examen pour "destruction volontaire par incendie de bois de forêt, plantations et maquis, pouvant causer un dommage aux personnes", "conduite sans permis, "conduite sous l'emprise d'un état alcoolique " et "transport d'arme de catégorie D ". Lire la suite »

Furniture Row Racing Gives One Away at MI


The 25-year-old Larson is considered the best young talent in the sport, and Sunday's win, the fourth of his career and his third consecutive at MI, proved he can triumph despite not having the best auto - or the most sleep. Larson said he knew he did not have the fastest vehicle. He is now winless in 17 Cup races at his home state's track. How often have you heard a driver start whooping in celebration with half a lap to go in a race? It ended up being 202 laps. Lire la suite »

Mother of Charlottesville Suspect Says She Thought Rally was About Trump


At 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, the suspect was photographed proudly brandishing a shield featuring the well-known and divisive black-and-white insignia of the Vanguard America hate group . According to the group, the shields were available to anyone and James Fields is in no way affiliated with their organization. "All our members are safe an (sic) accounted for, with no arrests or charges". Lire la suite »

Washington hit by protests against nationalism


At work Ms Heyer provided legal help to people at risk of repossessions and evictions. "This is white nationalism evil and let the country hear it. Let the world hear it. Trump will continue to receive regular updates from his team, according to the official to whom the statement was attributed, and Thomas Bossert, the White House homeland security adviser, was in Bedminster monitoring the situation. Lire la suite »

Vigils held in South Florida for Charlottesville


Robert E. Lee, according to the Associated Press . Communities across the country are coming together against white supremacy after this weekend's violet protests in Virginia . Boyd Kramer says the candlelight vigil was planned in a short amount of time with organizations that haven't worked together before. "We stand for a community that has NO HATE", the release said. Lire la suite »

Merkel dénonce des violences "répugnantes" — Charlottesville


Mais le président lui-même n'a pas dit un mot sur ce thème. Des membres de milices d'extrême droite se sont positionnés en tenue paramilitaire, fusil semi-automatique en bandoulière, non loin des forces de l'ordre très sollicitées. Cet homme de 20 ans avait été photographié samedi porteur d'un bouclier aux côtés de miliciens néo-nazis. Il devrait être présenté à un juge aujourd'hui. Lire la suite »

Trump tweets more support for senator in Alabama race


Strange, who was appointed in February, is attempting to keep the U.S. Senate seat that previously belonged to Attorney General Jeff Sessions . "He has my complete and total endorsement!", Trump tweeted primetime August 9. The most recent public polling shows Moore ahead with 35 percent, odd in second at 23 percent, and Brooks at 20 percent. "I don't know if there's anything I'd say about Trump's endorsement". Lire la suite »

President Trump campaign releases first re-election ad


The ad was released Sunday, just one day after a seemingly beleaguered and uncomfortable Donald Trump refused to denounce white supremacism , white nationalism, neo-Nazism, Neo-Confederism, or the so-called "alt-right" in the aftermath of a white supremacist rally that left one dead . Lire la suite »

President Moon to address N. Korea's nuclear threat in Liberation Day speech

McMaster, appearing on ABC's "This Week", said "we're not closer to war than a week ago, but we are closer to war than we were a decade ago". The military chief is also travelling to... The chairman's visit comes just two days after U.S. President Donald Trump warned in a tweet that military solutions were "locked and loaded" should North Korea act unwisely. Lire la suite »

State police helicopter turned upside down before fatal crash


Bates, of Quinton, who previously had served on Gov. Terry McAuliffe's protection unit, died at the scene. 1 person died at the protesting area when a vehicle rammed into a crowd of protestors. A 32-year-old woman died when a auto plowed into a crowd dispersing after police broke up the melee in the city's downtown. While the name of the casualty had not been discharged Saturday night, police recognized the presume captured in the auto slamming occurrence as James Alex Fields Jr., 20, of ... Lire la suite »