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UAE announces death of soldier


An Emirati soldier has died of injuries suffered while serving in Yemen. Latest figures show that over 100 Emirati troops have been killed in the Saudi-led war on Yemen. The Saudi war has also triggered a deadly cholera epidemic across Yemen. The United Nations says the Saudi war has left some 17 million Yemenis hungry, nearly seven million at the risk of starvation, and about 16 million almost without access to water or sanitation. Lire la suite »

"Un centre de soins" à Saint-Martin (Philippe) — Irma


Radio-France a annoncé que la radio "Urgence Info Iles du Nord" a commencé à émettre dimanche sur l'île de Saint-Martin, dévastée par l'ouragan Irma , pour diffuser des informations pratiques et des points météo en plus des journaux d'information et de la musique. Lire la suite »

Spurs smash Everton as Harry Kane hits his ton


You can compare. For me, OK, I put Batistuta there. It makes their record at temporary home of Wembley all the more mystifying. With Davinson Sanchez, Serge Aurier and Fernando Llorente arriving in the final days of the window, Kane believes they finally have the squad to go one better after finishing behind champions Chelsea last season. Lire la suite »

Hurricane Irma: In Storm's Path, Georgia Declares a State of Emergency


This storm is expected to speed up a little throughout the day. Southeast Georgia could get 10 to 12 inches or rain. "I would urge everyone be cautions". That's when officials planned to turn all lanes of Interstate 16 into a one-way route inland, sending traffic west from Savannah. Deal tried to reassure all Georgians that the state is ready. Lire la suite »

Politicians turn critical toward Nobel recipient Suu Kyi


On Wednesday, a Facebook post on Aung San Suu Kyi's page blamed "terrorists" for "a huge iceberg of misinformation" about the violence, but there was no mention of displaced Rohingya . Neither the White House nor the State Department have spoken out in recent days, sparking concern among Myanmar supporters that the Trump administration has abdicated the direct intervention that marked the tenure of former president Barack Obama. Lire la suite »

Storm Katia rapidly weakens after making landfall in Mexico


The US National Hurricane Centre (NHC) believe all three have the potential to hit land at the same time. Hurricane Katia is stationary in the southern Gulf of Mexico, the National Hurricane Center said Thursday morning (Sept. Even if the storm degrades further, and it's not now expected to, know: This is an extremely risky event that will bring coastal flooding, high winds , and many inches of rain to Florida and then possibly Georgia and the Carolinas. Lire la suite »

Nintendo Direct Scheduled for This Wednesday at 6pm EST


We do know, however, that the broadcast will clock in at 45 minutes long, so it definitely sounds like Nintendo will have a lot to show. Nintendo will host a new Direct this week that'll focus on Switch , and 3DS games. We'll also probably get some new information on Fire Emblem Warriors and Pokken Tournament DX , two Switch games that are launching later this month. Lire la suite »

Attaque de l'EI en Égypte: 18 morts


L'attaque s'est produite sur la route reliant Al-Qantara à Al-Arich alors que les forces de sécurité menaient une opération de ratissage de la zone. D'après les informations, un véhicule s'est introduit dans un convoi sécuritaire avant d'exploser. Lire la suite »

Putin Warns: Don't Push North Korea Into 'Dead End'

North Korea has long maintained it wants nuclear weapons and long-range missiles in order to deter the United States from attempting to overthrow the regime of Kim Jong Un , reported CNN , citing Putin . South Korea says it expects another North Korea intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) launch "on September 9", according to the country's Prime Minister Lee Nak-yon. Lire la suite »

L'ONU s'apprête à voter un projet de sanctions remanié — Corée du Nord


La ministre des Affaires étrangères Kang Kyung-wha. Et ce rapport a été finalisé avant le tir de missile à moyenne portée au-dessus du Japon à la mi-août et l'essai nucléaire de début septembre. " Aucun impact environnemental ". "Une évaluation complète (des données) permet de conclure que le test nucléaire nord-coréen n'a provoqué aucun impact environnemental en Chine", a indiqué le ministère chinois dans un bref communiqué posté sur son compte officiel de microblogs. Lire la suite »

CHILE: Consumer Prices Rise 1.9% In August, Nearing Inflation Target


Commerzbank analyst noted that "We believe that the market has underestimated the inflationary pressure facing China's economy, although inflation is unlikely to surge in the foreseeable future". Chile's Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose 1.9% on year in August, accelerating when compared to July, when it increased by 1.7%, and nearing the country's central bank target, of between 2% and 4%. Lire la suite »

Insurance Firms, Airlines Rise As Irma Damage Less Than Expected

Flooding was reported along Interstate 4, which cuts across Florida's midsection. Meanwhile, Florida Gov. Rick Scott urged Floridians to be "patient" and not quickly rush back to their homes once Irma passes. Shuyi Chen, a professor of atmospheric sciences at the University of Washington in Seattle, said the weather phenomena is common during extreme storm conditions like Hurricane Sandy in 2012. Lire la suite »

UN Launches International Investigation In Venezuela


Venezuela has been convulsed by months of near-daily demonstrations against the leftist president who critics say has plunged the oil-rich country into the worst economic crisis in its history and is turning it into a dictatorship. "They are riddled with lies and twisted arguments that offend our country", the minister added, asking that the council order Zeid to halt his reporting on Venezuela. Lire la suite »

Scenes from dueling protests in downtown Portland, Vancouver on Sunday


Tensions flared at the waterfront area, with one person taken into custody after counter-protesters knocked down a fence that police had put up. The conservative group Patriot Prayer had scheduled a "Peaceful Portland Freedom March" in downtown Portland starting Sunday afternoon, but at the last minute moved the demonstration to Vancouver, Washington, over concerns about a large counterprotest. Lire la suite »

NASA sees remnants of Katia dissipating after Mexico landfall


NOAA's GOES East satellite captured an image of former Hurricane Katia's remnant clouds over southern Mexico after its landfall. According to the 10 a.m. As of early Saturday morning, Katia was about 185 km west northwest of the Gulf Coast port of Veracruz, the NHC said. Meteorologists from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) have predicted that around eight tropical storm formations will be created in the Pacific and five or six in the Atlantic during the 2017 ... Lire la suite »

Lawmakers under IT scanner, investigation on, CBDT tells SC


The latest affidavit is accompanied by a sealed cover containing the certified true copies of verification reports filed by the investigative branch of the Income Tax department. The CBDT said investigation into the assets of 42 MLAs and nine Rajya Sabha MPs is still pending. SC had on the last date pulled up the government for not furnishing relevant information after it claimed some elected representatives were under I-T lens after a massive jump was witnessed in their wealth. Lire la suite »

Microsoft Begins Rolling Out Guest Access for Teams


For adding guests to Teams, Microsoft received the feedback that it should come with enterprise-grade security and compliance assurances loud and clear, saying that guest user content and activities are under the same compliance and auditing protection as the rest of Office 365 . Lire la suite »