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Chetopa man arrested for growing marijuana in city park


A southeastern Kansas man was arrested Monday for allegedly growing marijuana in a city park. The KBI says Skibo tried to flee law enforcement in a boat, but was arrested shortly after without incident. At approximately 3:30 p.m. on Monday officers arrested 54-year-old Joseph "Scott" Skibo of Chetopa. He is also charged with being a felon in possession of a gun. Lire la suite »

Violence during bandh brings Arunachal Pradesh to a standstill


Life came to standstill in Arunachal Pradesh on Tuesday following the dawn-to-dusk statewide bandh called by All Arunachal Pradesh Students' Union (AAPSU) in protest against the Union Home Ministry's recent decision to grant citizenship to Chakma and Hajong refugees in the State. Lire la suite »

Corn, soybean harvest starts in southern Iowa


For the week ending September 17, temperatures averaged 4 to 8 degrees above normal, according to USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service, Northern Plains Regional Field Office, Nebraska. Pasture and range condition was rated 14 percent very poor, 32 percent poor, 38 percent fair, 15 percent good and 1 percent excellent. Hot, dry weather during the 2017 growing season pushed crops to maturity. Lire la suite »

Protests resume after 120 arrests in St. Louis unrest


She also discussed the past 24 hours of protest in the region, including that which took place on a rainy Monday night in front of St. Louis' Justice Center . As the police were arresting protesters, officers started chanting at them. On Friday , Stockley, a white man, was acquitted in the 2011 killing of Anthony Lamar Smith , a black man, following a high-speed chase. Lire la suite »

Off With Kim Jong-un's Head?


Defying a fresh round of tough new UN Security Council sanctions on its textile exports and crude oil imports, North Korea launched a missile over Japan into the Pacific Ocean last week, prompting global condemnation. It followed Pyongyang's test on September 3 of what it claimed was a hydrogen bomb that can be fitted atop a ballistic missile with intercontinental capability. Lire la suite »

Jaitley attacks Rahul, calls dynasty politics a 'burden'


Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, who is on a two-week USA tour, slammed Prime Minister Narendra Modi once again and claimed that "Make in India" is moving in a wrong direction; claiming that India is still facing a huge deficiency in job opportunities. Lire la suite »

Federation Internationale de Football Association eyes hike in TV viewers at 2019 Women's World Cup


Speaking alongside French Football Federation President Noel Le Graet and French Sports Minister Laura Flessel, Infantino said, "Our goal is to reach one billion in France in 2019". France will kick off the event at the Parc des Princes in Paris , with the semifinals and final held in Lyon. The Court of Arbitration for Sport says the Burkinabe football body filed an appeal against FIFA's decision to order a November replay of South Africa's 2-1 win over Senegal past year. Lire la suite »

China must take more steps to deter N Korea: McMaster

Nikki Haley , the USA ambassador to the United Nations, said Sunday with the United States exhausting diplomatic means against North Korea, "military options" are an alternative. Beijing has earlier said the key to North Korea nuclear crisis is conflict between Washington and Pyongyang, and urged the U.S. to work towards resolving it. Lire la suite »

Senate passes FY-18 defense policy bill


The Senate has approved a defense policy bill that authorizes a $700 billion Pentagon budget. With North Korea's nuclear program a clear threat to the USA and its allies, the bill would provide $8.5 billion to strengthen US missile and defense systems. Lire la suite »

Attack on Black Cornell University Student Under Investigation


According to the Cornell Daily Sun , a black Cornell student who asked not to be identified said he attempted to break up a street fight involving some of his friends outside of his residence on Friday night, when he was assaulted. The wounded student, a junior at Cornell, said he was walking home around 1am on Friday when he saw a group of four or five white men on his property. Lire la suite »

Piers Morgan shuts up homophobic doctor on live TV


Davidson said he successfully reversed his own homosexuality and has been married to a woman for 35 years and has two children. Journalist Josh Parry, a gay man who posed as someone wanting to try conversion therapy and was offered prayer therapy by a Liverpool parish, said that the therapy offered suggests being gay is lesser than being heterosexual. Lire la suite »

Drake Got Yet Another Tattoo Of A Celebrity's Face


Next up? None other than Denzel Washington . The rapper's tattoos include homages to Lil Wayne , Sade and Aaliyah . It's an image of Washington as the character Bleek Gilliam from Spike Lee's 1990 jazz opus, Mo' Better Blues . Artist Inal Berksekov has shared a photo of his latest Drizzy collaboration, showing off a permanent image of Soares' face on Drake's arm. Denzel probably guaranteed Drake it'd be his flyest tattoo yet. Lire la suite »

Police watch over commute in London terror attack aftermath

Tourist Daniel Vaselicu, 31, said he saw the "young and light-skinned" man being interrogated by two unarmed police officers moments before his arrest in Dover. An 18-year-old man and a 21-year-old, identified by his employers as Yahyah Farroukh, were arrested on Saturday over Friday morning's bomb attack on a London Underground train. Lire la suite »

Amber Alert canceled after 3 children get abducted in northwest Iowa


Officials said they were last seen at a house in Royal but may be headed to northwest Iowa or Minnesota. "Arzaga is described as 5'3", 135 pounds, with a large eagle tattoo on her chest. As a distinguishing mark, she has a birthmark on her abdomen. All of the children have brown hair and brown eyes. Lillian was wearing khaki cargo shorts with a dark coat with multi-colored sleeves. Lire la suite »

America's Got Talent finals: Who do you think should win?


The top 10 acts compete one last time, live at The Dolby Theatre, for the chance to win one million dollars and be named the most talented act in America. Kelly Clarkson , Shania Twain , Derek Hough , Jeff Dunham and Terry Fator, who won season two of America's Got Talent , are set to perform on the live two-hour season finale of the show on NBC Sept. Lire la suite »

Des maires convoqués par la justice — Catalogne/référendum


Le Parti populaire (PP), au pouvoir mais dépourvu de majorité absolue au Congrès des députés (chambre basse du parlement), a salué l'ouverture du PSOE sur l'utilisation de l'article 155, et qui a souligné toutefois ne pas connaitre la stratégie de Mariano Rajoy pour empêcher la tenue du référendum, espérant ne pas avoir à recourir à cet article contre les autorités catalanes. Lire la suite »

Louisville and Ole Miss to battle in 2021 kickoff game


Louisville and MS will meet for the first time in school history at the 2021 Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game, the schools announced on Tuesday. The SEC and ACC have faced off in 10 previous Chick-Fil-A Kickoff Game matchups, with the SEC winning nine of them, including when Ole Miss beat Boise State, 35-13, in 2014. Lire la suite »

Nancy Pelosi Shouted Down By Pro-Immigration Protesters


The group also called Pelosi a liar . " Dreamers ", a nickname used for young immigrants brought to the country illegally as children or by parents who overstayed visas, immigration activists and students made up the crowd of up to 150 at the CSU campus Monday afternoon. Lire la suite »

Schools Closed, Airport Runway Shut


Heavy rains lashed the city and its suburbs on Tuesday afternoon and the rains continued through the night till Wednesday morning. Three weeks after a deluge, rains returned to haunt Mumbai with the maximum city receiving between 40mm and 130mm of rainfall on Tuesday. Lire la suite »

Israeli Missile Intercepts 'Hezbollah-Controlled' Drone

The system was also used in July 2016 when two Patriot missiles were fired at a suspicious drone that crossed into Israeli airspace from Syria. IDF Spokesman Ronen Manelis stated that the IDF identified the Iranian-made drone, operated by the Hezbollah terror group, taking off from the global airport in Damascus. Lire la suite »

US Establishes First Permanent Military Base in Israel


The base, created to be an independent facility but co-located at the Israel Defense Forces Air Defense School, will house dozens of US soldiers, though its function is mostly symbolic as it falls under the authority of Israel military directives and will not result in any operational changes, the Associated Press reports. Lire la suite »