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Up next: Hurricane Jose and where it's headed


The first aerial images have come in of the extensive damage left by Hurricane Irma in South Florida and the Florida Keys, where county administrators said an "astounding recovery effort" that will soon involve an aircraft carrier is beginning Monday. Lire la suite »

Unite boss calls for co-ordinated pay strikes


But it is thought this will only affect police and prison workers . In 2011, hundreds of thousands of workers including teachers and civil servants went on strike over changes to pensions in what was the biggest walkout seen in Britain for a generation, although the said the impact was limited. Lire la suite »

Schumer blasts back at McConnell over the debt ceiling


Trump last week signed legislation that tied $15.25 billion in emergency assistance to the victims of Hurricane Harvey to an agreement that funds the government until December 8 and also extends the debt ceiling for that duration. McConnell's strategy now is to break the two issues apart and try to put Republicans in a better position in the spending talks, leaving the debt limit for 2018. Lire la suite »

Hurricane Jose Could Near US East Coast Next Week


No coastal watches or warnings are in effect. Barbuda and Antigua, which were devastated by Hurricane Irma last week, fortunately escaped most of the worst of Jose. And, did you know, as we speak, there is a hurricane sitting several hundred miles south of Bermuda and east of Florida? "It's important to emphasize that there is a still a lot of computer model uncertainty on Jose's next move but it still is a storm to watch for the US and Canada", he said. Lire la suite »

Building collapses during 'monstrous' fire which spread into Sainsbury's


The fire is believed to have broke out at a block of flats near Sainsbury's in Chafford Hundred just before 5pm this evening. @jodieechong said: "Can't believe how big the fire is near lakeside". Essex Fire Service said the fire was now out after previously saying they had "surrounded" it and had it "under control". An Essex fire service spokesman confirmed a major incident was ongoing and said details would be released shortly. Lire la suite »

NKorea rejects UN sanctions, says US will suffer


Rob Manning said. "If it agrees to stop its nuclear program, it can reclaim its future. If it proves it can live in peace, the world will live in peace with it". State Department and Treasury Department officials testified to the House Foreign Affairs Committee about the USA pressure campaign against North Korea's rapid progress toward a nuclear weapon that could strike America. Lire la suite »

Norway PM hints on continuing coalition after election


One of the two parties, the Liberals, wants strict limits on oil and gas exploration in Arctic waters. "They (The Liberals and the Christian Democrats) will support Solberg as prime minister, but the question is whether they get a firm agreement or if there is cooperation on a case-by-case basis", said Elisabeth Ivarsflaten, a professor in comparative politics at the University of Bergen. Lire la suite »

Spécialiste des apparitions mariales, le père René Laurentin est mort


Expert au Concile Vatican II, le père René Laurentin est aussi membre de l'Académie théologique pontificale de Rome, professeur à l'Université catholique de l'Ouest et chroniqueur religion au Figaro . "Ce que nous retenons et admirons, c'est la solidité du théologien, le sérieux de l'historien, l'agilité du journaliste, capable de transmettre ce qu'il avait si profondément travaillé", a affirmé le Père André Cabes, recteur du Sanctuaire. Lire la suite »

Ankara achètera à Moscou des systèmes antiaériens : Grincement de dents à l'Otan


Le président russe Vladimir Poutine "et moi-même sommes déterminés sur cette question", a-t-il poursuivi, dans des déclarations à la presse à bord de l'avion qui le ramenait d'un déplacement au Kazakhstan. Ce processus se poursuivra entre la Turquie et la Russie. La signature de cet accord est le dernier signe en date du réchauffement des relations entre Moscou et Ankara, après une grave crise diplomatique causée par la destruction d'un bombardier russe par la Turquie au-dessus de la frontière ... Lire la suite »

U.S. softens North Korea resolution ahead of United Nations vote

Yet his blustering and posturing have done more to unsettle America's allies than frighten North Korea . The UN Security Council yesterday unanimously backed new sanctions against Kim Jong-Un's regime, including restrictions on shipments of oil products, drawing an angry response from Pyongyang . Lire la suite »

Amnesty International Tax Breaks at Risk Over Boycott Call


According to Israel ha-Yom, based on a new law that enables to adopt measures against organizations that call for the boycott of Israeli products, Kahlon could decide - in agreement with Justice Minister Ayelet Shaqed - to annul the fiscal benefits for donations in favor of Amnesty, which could drop as a outcome. Lire la suite »

Rahul's statements do not call for a reaction: Rajnath Singh

They will have to stop these violations sooner or later. We have chose to constitute an expert/study group to study the problems facing the people living in the border areas. "We can not forget the contribution made by these people", he said. Describing border migrants as a "strategic asset" of the country for their continuous stay along the borders despite repeated incidents of mortar shelling and firing by Pakistan, Singh said their contribution in defending the borders can not be ignored. Lire la suite »

Middle-earth: Shadow of War Gets New Trailer Revealing the Feral Tribe


The first sign of a Feral Orc being near is the ferocious snarl and roar as they prepare for battle. Middle-earth: Shadow of War ™ is the sequel to the critically-acclaimed Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor ™, victor of more than 50 industry awards-including the 2015 Game Developers Choice Awards' Game of the Year, Outstanding Innovation in Gaming at the 2015 D.I.C.E. Lire la suite »

Bakersfield PG&E crews aiding Florida crews with power outages


Appalachian Power is also sending about 120 workers to Florida and Georgia to help. The 100-person storm team was set to depart Tuesday morning. Crews from the Bakersfield branch of Pacific Gas & Electric are in the West Palm Beach area of Florida aiding with recovery efforts after Hurricane Irma knocked out power in the area. Lire la suite »

Sheriff: Baytown realtor was strangled in living room


Crystal McDowell was last seen in the Houston suburb of Baytown on August 25, a day before Harvey reached Texas. The real estate agent's body was found in a marshy wooded area Saturday, more than two weeks after her disappearance on August 25, the day Hurricane Harvey made landfall. Lire la suite »

China, Russia warn USA against government change in North Korea


Anthony Ruggiero, senior fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, discusses new North Korea sanctions. China has already stepped up its efforts to implement United Nations sanctions against North Korea . Velmur bought close to $7 million worth of diesel from Russian supplier IPC this year, the money for which were wired to the company by North Korean operatives in US dollars. Lire la suite »

UN Security Council adopts new sanctions against North Korea


And the U.S. wanted them to be even tougher originally! Even as President Donald Trump's administration touted a deal with the United Nations on new sanctions against North Korea , online sleuths were sounding the alarm over the regime's pursuit of an asset that could keep money flowing for its weapons programs: crypto currencies. Lire la suite »

Katia becomes hurricane in southwestern Gulf of Mexico -NHC


National Hurricane Center (NHC) said. Maximum sustained winds have increased to near 60 miles per hour (95 km/h) with higher gusts and additional strengthening is forecast . "We've got some effects that are probably going to take place on Tuesday", Head said, referencing the current weather models for Irma. The eye of Irma passed over Antigua and St. Lire la suite »

Irma weakens but 6.2 mn without power in Florida


Most of the Sunshine State however appeared to have dodged forecasts of catastrophic damage despite dire early warnings. "It's frightful what we saw", Scott said after flying over the island chain aboard a Coast Guard helicopter. In flood-prone Miami, the largest USA city in Irma's path, crews were busy clearing branches, debris and fallen street signs from downtown. Some residents were trying to reach their homes by walking through waist-high floodwater, while others paddled canoes. Lire la suite »