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N Carolina governor: Irma could bring flooding, landslides


But they were still planning for the worst, noting that with three days before the massive storm arrives here, additional course changes are not out of the question. The centers do not provide meals and those who come must bring their own bedding, as well as food. Player said that firefighters in the Kershaw area are already having issues getting diesel for their fire trucks. Lire la suite »

Fort Lauderdale police arrest 9 people caught on camera looting during Irma


Other Florida law enforcement departments tweeted similar sentiments. Meanwhile, Fort Lauderdale Police officials said nine people were arrested while looting a CashAmerica Pawn and a Simon's shop on W. "Going to prison over a pair of sneakers is a fairly bad life choice", said the Fort Lauderdale Chief of Police. "Stay home and look after your loved ones and be thankful they are all safe", he said. Lire la suite »

USA adds launchers to THAAD as dozens hurt in S. Korea protests

South Korea has since been protected by the United States' nuclear umbrella, which ensures the South will be protected with nuclear weapons when in need. Six police officers and 32 other people were injured , none seriously, in the clashes, said a fire department official in Seongju who spoke on condition of anonymity, citing office rules. Lire la suite »

Putin Says Russia May Further Cut US Diplomatic Staff


That could have major reverberations: China is the largest trading partner of both the North and the United States. "We will cooperate closely". While US Defense Secretary James Mattis warned of a "massive military response", US President Trump suggested a massive clampdown on trade with countries that do business with North Korea. Lire la suite »

'Myanmar's Suu Kyi's Noble Prize can not be revoked'


The 85-year old archbishop said the "unfolding horror" and "ethnic cleansing" in the country's Rakhine region had forced him to speak out against the woman he admired and considered "a dearly beloved sister". The images we are seeing of the suffering of the Rohingya fill us with pain and dread. "We know very well, more than most, what it means to be deprived of human rights and democratic protection". Lire la suite »

House moving swiftly on $7.9B Harvey relief bill


Both measures failed by wide margins on Thursday, allowing the Senate to vote on the full package, sending it back to the House of Representatives. The legislation allocates $15.25 billion for Harvey relief. The measure includes $15.25 billion in aid for Harvey, including $7.4 billion for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Disaster Relief Fund and $450 million for the Small Business Authority disaster loan program. Lire la suite »

Hurricane Katia likely to intensify by landfall in Mexico: NHC


Jose and Katia became hurricanes Wednesday afternoon, with maximum sustained winds of 75 miles per hour, the National Hurricane Center said . While Harvey moved north, bringing its destruction to Texas, projections are that Katia sticking close to Mexico , making landfall on Friday, according to the National Hurricane Center . Lire la suite »

China: UN should take 'necessary measures' on North Korea

But he insisted that military action wouldn't be his first choice. Trump refused to say during his news conference on Thursday whether he would accept the country as a nuclear-armed state, insisting that he would not state his negotiating parameters publicly. Lire la suite »

Wahhabi elements from Saudi Arabia supported 9/11 attacks


Despite fierce opposition from Saudi lobbyists and a presidential veto that argued that it would invite similar lawsuits against the United States government from victims of U.S. It is alleged that the two masterminds boarded an America West plane headed to Washington, where they tried to enter the cockpit several times. DeSimone v. Lire la suite »

Putin urges North Korea talks, says sanctions not working


But Russian President Vladimir Putin said imposing tougher sanctions on North Korea over its nuclear missile programme would be counterproductive, warning that threats of military action could trigger "a global catastrophe". Speaking at an emergency session in New York, Haley said Washington will circulate a new sanctions resolution this week, with a view of voting on it next Monday. Lire la suite »

Rohingya rebels call one-month ceasefire to allow aid to reach civilians


Fights are erupting over food and water. Women and children were tapping on auto windows or tugging at the clothes of passing reporters while rubbing their bellies and begging for food. Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh say ethnic Rakhine Buddhists joined Myanmar's security forces in the indiscriminate killing of villagers. In response, the military unleashed what it called "clearance operations" to root out the insurgents. Lire la suite »

Putin: North Korea will 'eat grass' before giving up nukes


Early on Sunday, the world was alerted to Pyongyang successfully carrying out its largest ever nuclear missile test in the mountains in northern North Korea when observers detected up an 6.3-magnitude quake. He also said it was "ridiculous" that the United States first slapped Russian Federation with sanctions carried in the same bill that penalised North Korea, and "then asked us to help impose sanctions on North Korea". Lire la suite »

OIC summit on science and technology opens in Astana


Hussain also emphasised the need for leaders of the Muslim world to improve agricultural production and develop the agricultural technology sector. Ministers of Science and Technology of the Member States discussed and adopted the "OIC Science, Technology and Innovation Agenda 2026" as prelude to its consideration and adoption by OIC leaders during the First OIC Summit on Science and Technology, which will start tomorrow. Lire la suite »

Former Baltimorean pleads guilty to terrorism charges


The U.S. military says it has killed an al-Shabab extremist with a drone strike in Somalia. A Baltimore-raised man who authorities say traveled to Somalia and became a fighter for an extremist group pleaded guilty Friday to federal terrorism charges in NY. Lire la suite »

Enugu Rangers out to spoil Plateau United's party - Bulus


The side, coached by Kennedy Boboye, would be Nigeria's main flag-bearer in next season's CAF Champions League, where they will muck it out with Africa's best . Plateau captain, Elisha Golbe, said they were focused on the task ahead. The game against Rangers is like a cup final for us and we are taking it very seriously. Lire la suite »

Putin: North Korea crisis could be 'impossible' to solve

In a phone conversation on Monday with South Korean President Moon Jae-in, Mr Trump said he would support "in principle" the United States ally fitting its missiles with heavier warheads, boosting its deterrence against North Korea. "The US will receive more gift packages from my country as long as it relies on reckless provocations and futile attempts to put pressure on the DPRK (Democratic People's Republic of Korea)", Reuters news agency quoted him as saying. Lire la suite »

Putin on Trump: He's not my bride, and I'm not his groom


However, further United States sanctions on Russia and the USA decision to close Russian diplomatic outposts have raised concerns that the two countries remain far apart. "So, we reserve the right to make a decision regarding this number of USA diplomats in Moscow ". The escalating diplomatic spat that began last December when outgoing USA president Barack Obama expelled 35 Russian diplomats reflects a downward spiral in relations between the two countries as Washington fumes over the ... Lire la suite »

Putin Calls Trump An Undesirable Woman


According to Moscow , the US State Department on August 31 gave Russian diplomats in the country only 72 hours to clear out the Russian consulate in San Francisco as well as diplomatic trade missions in Washington DC and NY. "[The United States] has committed an obvious violation of property rights", he said. "The fact that the United States has reduced the number of our diplomatic missions is their right". Lire la suite »

McCain backs Graham-Cassidy ObamaCare repeal effort


With the support of the U.S. President Donald Trump, Cassidy, Senator for Louisiana, says he hopes to win the majority vote and pass the legislation before the end of September, meeting the required minimum of 50 votes. In a statement later in the day on Wednesday, McCain took a step back from his earlier comments, saying he still needed to see the final bill and that committee hearings are in fact necessary. Lire la suite »

Mar-a-Lago ordered to evacuate; 1 Trump mansion destroyed by Irma


A major natural disaster off Mexico's southern coast killed at least five people, with the president saying Friday it was the biggest in a century to hit the country. "We are no longer accepting any new reservations at this time and in the event that the city of Doral is included in any evacuation order, affected guests will be required to find alternate lodging outside of the evacuation zone or possibly relocate to an evacuation center", the statement said. Lire la suite »

Juventus 3-0 Chievo


Other than that, the main concern for Allegri may well be a lineup rotation, bearing in mind Juve's Champions League fixture against Barcelona on Tuesday. "We allowed too many shots on target". The defender said: "It was important for me to be reunited with Allegri, who showed great confidence in me at Milan". Lire la suite »