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Motorola Distributors Shares Moto X4 Images Ahead of Launch


And now, courtesy of Google+ user Jerry Yin , we've got a couple of new images of the Android handset. The round shaped dual camera setup can be seen with both sensors right below the LED flash. Yin also took to the comment section of his photos to answer a few questions regarding the phone's specifications. The images that leaked the other day revealed a glass back for the Mtoo X4. Lire la suite »

Five teenagers charged with manslaughter over fatal crash


Of the other two, a boy aged 15 made an appearance in the Youth Court and was remanded in custody while an 18-year-old man was also remanded in custody after appearing in the Adelaide Magistrates Court. Officers briefly went after the two cars travelling in convoy minutes before the crash, but quickly broke off due to how dangerously they were being driven. Lire la suite »

Microsoft to Publish PUBG on Xbox One - Release Date Reconfirmed


When Microsoft was asked for a statement clarifying the situation, the company also seemed to avoid the question. Game Informer has been able to interrogate Microsoft on the issue, also receiving a vague assertion: "As we announced at E3, " PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS " will be a console launch exclusive on Xbox One and right now, the development team is exclusively focused on bringing the best game possible on Xbox One and PC". Lire la suite »

South Korea military drills - an unnecessary provocation?

Edward J. Markey, who is now leading a congressional delegation in Korea, China and Japan, said the USA should consider modifying the drills if North Korea agrees to freeze its weapons programs. Past drills are understood to have included simulated "decapitation strikes", which see soldiers carry out trial operations to kill Kim Jong-un and his top generals. Lire la suite »

Sarah Jessica Parker Has Best Reaction to Solar Eclipse


In the second one, Parker films the moment when the full eclipse occurs. She can hardly contain herself. She gushed excitedly in the clip: " Oh my God , this is the most spectacular light I have ever seen". We saw it. Matthew , yes, exactly! The Divorce star took her eclipse fandom to the next level with her delightful reaction to the first such event since 1979. Lire la suite »

USA troop reduction in exercise not due to North Korea concerns - Mattis


South Korean President Moon Jae-in said the joint drills, called Ulchi Freedom Guardian, were purely defensive and did not aim to raise tensions on the peninsula. "If North Korea provokes again, it will face with much harsher sanction and won't stand it in the end". Last week, North Koreans announced they had finalized a plan to fire four missiles toward the island of Guam, which is considered the United States territory. Lire la suite »

North Korea rails against U.S. military exercises


South Korean and USA forces began computer-simulated military exercises earlier on Monday amid tension over North Korea's weapons programmes, with the North saying it was watching the United States' every move. North Korea is well aware of the fate of the Iraqi and Libyan regimes which agreed to give up their weapons of mass destruction only to be overthrown by the USA and its allies. Lire la suite »

Appeal after 'sexual assault' on Cornwall train


After she said no, the man started tickling her and attempted to take her phone. British Transport Police are now appealing for witnesses who could provide them with information. He had blue shorts on and had a novelty shark hat on. Investigating officer Detective Constable Matt Grieve said: 'This was a deeply upsetting and shocking incident for this young woman and we are urgently seeking witnesses'. Lire la suite »

Four-vehicle crash in Omaha leaves Minnesota woman dead


Five others were transported with serious injuries. A 19-year-old Creighton University student died in an accident Monday morning in Omaha. Its driver, Robert J. A front passenger of the Prius, Madalene L. Steichen, 19, is being treated at Nebraska Medicine for a facial fracture and a head laceration. William L. Lire la suite »

US, Japan step up defence ties

The allies could look to make a conciliatory gesture towards Pyongyang by not involving USA strategic assets such as stealth bombers or aircraft carriers, said Koo Kab-Woo, a professor at the Seoul-based University of North Korean Studies. But the atmosphere is likely to worsen again next week when the United States and South Korea kick off their annual Ulchi Freedom Guardian military drills. Lire la suite »

US, South Korean troops start military drills amid North Korea's threats


The drills this year are the second Ulchi-Freedom Guardian exercises since the United States and South Korea reportedly revised their war plans in 2015 to reflect the North's advances in its nuclear capabilities. However, the US and South Korea maintain they are purely defensive. North Korea has pursued missile and nuclear tests in defiance of U.N. Security Council resolutions and ignored all calls, including from lone major ally China, to stop. Lire la suite »

Men in South Africa court on cannibalism charges — BBCI


A fourth suspect faces charges of possessing human flesh and tissues. Three people, including a traditional healer, were arrested and have been charged with rape, murder and possession of human tissue. "Three of the suspects face charges of murder and charges relating to the possession of human organs and tissue", police spokeswoman Captain Charmaine Struwig said. Lire la suite »

Autopsy finds 17-year-old killed 'intentionally' in Duterte's drug war


The violent campaign, since then has claimed more than 7,000 lives, of them 3,451 were killed in 68,214 police operations, while 96,703 people were arrested, according to official data. A human rights organization urged an end to global funding for the police and military over the thousands of deaths in the administration's war on drugs, which it blamed on "state policy" under President Rodrigo Duterte. Lire la suite »

Bannon Says Racial Politics Help Trump In Wake Of Charlottesville Rally


The mayor of Charlottesville on Friday called for an emergency meeting of state lawmakers to confirm the city's right to remove a statue of Confederate Gen. Trump's overall approval rating of 37 percent in the latest survey is little different from his 36 percent mark in July and other polling prior to the protests, although it is still lower than the rating for his recent predecessors in the White House this early in their tenures . Lire la suite »

Mattis: US Troop Reduction in Exercise Not Due to N. Korea Concerns


A reduction in USA troops taking part in a joint exercise with South Korean forces this year simply reflects a need for fewer personnel and is not because of tensions with North Korea, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said on Sunday. About 17,500 US service members are participating in the exercise this month, down from 25,000 past year, according to the Pentagon. "These exercises also highlight the longstanding military partnership, commitment and enduring friendship between the two nations, help ... Lire la suite »

Muzaffarnagar: Utkal Express Derails, 23 Killed


A medical team comprising of Dr Kanhei Mohapatra (Orthopedician), Dr Rajib Jena (Medicine Specialist), Kedar Jena (Pharmacist) has been sent to Muzaffarnagar by the Government of Odisha along with medicines to take care of the injured. "Strict action will be taken against any lapse", Indian railway minister Suresh Prabu said. "We are trying to take out the trapped people from the coaches", senior police officer Jitender Kumar told AFP. Lire la suite »

Latest Powerball drawing nets $200000 ticket in Havelock


There were also two, $2 million tickets sold - one each in SC and Tennessee. Here's Saturday's Powerball numbers: 17, 19, 39, blah, blah blah. The grand prize for Wednesday night's drawing now sits at $650 million. Now, the next jackpot is the second largest in the history of the lottery game. 44 states including both Minnesota and Wisconsin play the Powerball lottery. Lire la suite »

Kissimmee city offices will close Thursday for officers' funerals


Two police officers are dead in Kissimmee after being shot Friday night. Hess told him that nobody at the station was going to kill him and asked why he would say that. U.S. Rep. Darren Soto said Saturday that American flags will be flown over the U.S. Capitol to honor Sgt. Sam Howard and Officer Matthew Baxter of the Kissimmee Police Department. Lire la suite »

US, South Korea joint drills unsafe: Pyongyang

It's an annual joint drill between American and South Korean forces, but this year, it comes following a bitter back-and-forth between North Korea and U.S. It was followed by a war of words between Pyongyang and Washington, which escalated tension on the peninsula. There's media speculation that the allies might try to keep this year's drills low-key by not dispatching long-range bombers and other US strategic assets to the region. Lire la suite »