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United Nations chief urges Myanmar to halt military campaign against Rohingya Muslims


The prime minister said all forms of atrocities against the Rohingya Muslims must be stopped immediately and "safe zones" may be created insideMyanmarto protect the innocent civilians, especially women, children and elderly. They have been the point of discussion world over. In Myanmar, Rohingiyas have their terrorists groups such as the Aqa Mul Mujahideen (AMM), which is believed to be an offshoot of the Harkat-ul Jihad Islami-Arakan (HuJI-A) and the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army. Lire la suite »

BSF foils infiltration bid near Amritsar


Border Security Force troopers killed two drug smugglers in an encounter near the global border with Pakistan in the Ajnala sector of Amritsar , BSF sources said on Wednesday. A Pakistan SIM card, four kgs of heroin and Pakistani currency worth Rs 20,000 has been recovered from the two, it said. "Taking cover, the fire was appropriately retaliated and infiltrators were neutralized near the border fence". Lire la suite »

Judgement reserved on Mugabe's diplomatic immunity


The wife of Zimbabwe's president is accused of assaulting South African model Gabriella Engels in a Sandton hotel room in August. After conflicting reports from Police Minister Fikile Mbalula, Mugabe was supposed to have handed herself into police custody and appear at the Randburg Magistrates' Court where Engels laid charges of assault against her, yet Mugabe failed to appear in court. Lire la suite »

North Carolina feels effects of Hurricane Jose


Parts of N.C. Highway 12 on the Outer Banks were closed by flooding Tuesday morning, the North Carolina Department of Transportation has reported. Even though Hurricane Jose is headed northward toward the NY area, North Carolina is still feeling the effects of the storm. Lire la suite »

Man brandishing stick shot, killed by Oklahoma police officer


After the initial investigation at 10:50 a.m., CPD and district attorney investigators obtained a search warrant for Klingler's property at 3507 S. 4th St. He too was treated at OU Medical Center and has been released. "No member of the Chickasha Police Department, or any other agency, left their post". Lire la suite »

London market evacuated amid bomb scare, police tell shoppers to 'get out'


According to the police, they are investigating the alert that came in at 9:52 a.m. local time (08:52 GMT). "We would advise members of the public to avoid the area". "After the London Bridge attacks, I immediately anxious that it could be a terrorist attack and got out of there as fast as I could". Britain's threat level is now set to severe, meaning an attack is highly likely. Lire la suite »

Dow, S&P 500, Nasdaq edge up to new record peaks


USA stocks were slightly higher in late-afternoon trading Tuesday, on course to add to the market's modest gains from the day before. Retail sales were down 0.2% last month, missing estimates for a slight gain, while sales excluding autos and gas fell 0.1% versus 0.3% expectations. Lire la suite »

Serena Williams : son incroyable perte de poids après son accouchement


Serena Williams a écrit une longue lettre à sa mère, qu'elle a publiée sur les réseaux sociaux. "Nous ne sommes pas toutes les mêmes". Et la tenniswoman de Saginaw de remercier sa mère d'avoir eu "le rôle de modèle". "Il a été dit que je n'appartenais pas au sport féminin", regrette-elle également. A titre de précision, Serena Williams compte bien revenir sur les cours. Lire la suite »

Trump issues warning to North Korea and other 'rouge' nations


It was Trump's most direct threat to attack North Korea for belligerent acts that have included launching ballistic missiles over Japan and conducting underground nuclear tests. He's also threatening to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal, take military action in Venezuela, and withdraw crucial funding for United Nations programmes. Lire la suite »

At UN, Trump Promotes "America First" Mantra

He ended his almost 42-minute speech saying, "God bless you, god bless the nations of the world, and god bless the United states of America". Although the speech was greeted in the United Nations chamber mostly with silence and occasional outbreaks of disapproving murmurs, the USA president subsequently mocked the North Korea's leader, saying: " Rocket man is on a suicide mission". Lire la suite »

Theresa May to call for more AI to fight online terrorist content


The world's biggest tech companies will be given a target of two hours to take down terror content or face the threat of fines, at a major summit co-hosted by Theresa May at the United National General Assembly on Wednesday. "We need people and we need feedback from trusted government sources and from our users to identify and remove some of the most problematic content out there". Lire la suite »

Jersey shore facing rough surf, coastal flooding from Jose

In the Lehigh Valley, the chance of precipitation from the system has lessened, but expect mostly cloudy skies, according to the National Weather Service . The National Hurricane Center in Miami says Jose's top winds have decreased to about 70 miles per hour (110 kph) Tuesday night, and it's expected to weaken more during the next two days. Lire la suite »

New guidelines on supplementary nutrition on the cards: Maneka


The NDA Government wanted "to improve the quality of supplementary nutrition and make the delivery system effective with change in policy, " she added. The Ministry will soon issue new guidelines on supplementary nutrition in this regard in the next few days which will supersede all existing guidelines. Lire la suite »

Burlington Schools Will Be in Session Wednesday After Tentative Agreement is Reached


The Burlington School Board said late Tuesday it had reached the tentative agreement with the Burlington Education Association after an eight-hour mediation session. "We're cautiously optimistic", said Richard Wise, co-president of the South Burlington Educators Association. The teachers had said the issue was scheduling time for them to prepare outside the classroom and to work one on one with students. Lire la suite »

Scottish and Welsh Governments table Brexit amendements


The amendments are aimed at preventing the United Kingdom government from taking control of devolved policy areas when powers are returned from the EU, Scottish and Welsh ministers said. United Kingdom ministers insist there is no "power grab" planned, and say the devolved parliaments will be enhanced by Brexit. Mike Russell, Scotland's Brexit minister, also published a list of the 111 powers which... Lire la suite »

Spanish police arrest aide of Catalan vice president amid referendum crackdown


Spain's Guardia Civil has searched several Barcelona headquarters of Catalonia's regional government, a Catalan government spokesman has said. In the early hours of the morning armed officers arrived at various Catalan ministries, including the economy department, foreign affairs department, and social affairs department, Spanish media reports. Lire la suite »

Amazon reportedly working on Alexa-powered smart glasses


The tablet introduces Alexa hands-free for the first time on a Fire tablet. Under the hood, the device is powered by a quad-core processor with up to 1.8 GHz and 2GB of RAM - offering 2x the RAM and a 30% speed bump over the previous generation Fire HD 10 model. Lire la suite »

Le minimum vieillesse sera revalorisé de 30 euros "dès avril 2018"


Le minimum vieillesse sera revalorisé de 30 euros " dès avril 2018 ", puis de 35 euros en 2019 ainsi qu'en 2020. Le ministre des Comptes publics Gérald Darmanin, invité de Jean-Jacques Bourdin sur BFMTV et RMC lundi, avait déjà annoncé que "le minimum vieillesse [serait] augmenté de 100 euros par mois" au cours du quinquennat. Lire la suite »

H-1B visa processing resumes


The United States has resumed fast processing of applications filed under H-1B work visa programme for some categories of applicants, five months after it was halted. The US has resumed fast processing of H-1B work visas in all categories five months after it was suspended temporarily to handle the huge rush of applications for the work visas popular among Indian IT professionals . Lire la suite »

Madras High Court to hear plea of 18 disqualified MLAs


DMK Working President MK Stalin told the media after the meeting that they were confident that the High Court would give "good decisions" on their demand for an immediate floor test in the Assembly. He said, "It is always justice that prevails at the end". "They are trying to prove the majority after disqualifying the MLAs". Dinakaran has the support of 21 MLAs including 18 disqualified legislators. Lire la suite »

Florida may set up gasoline reserve for hurricanes

Agles might even loan it to some of her other neighbors who are still without power. But now that it's been nearly a week since the storm left the state, many are curious about when they'll have to start paying again. She turned to her neighbor to help her pull it off. On Sunday, she made the sign lightheartedly but hoped that it would work. 'Now, I'm back home and I got to sleep in my own bed last night for the first time since August 30th which was absolutely fantastic. Lire la suite »

Démarrage réussi pour Quadras (M6), leader de la soirée


Le téléfilm en a réuni 3,4 millions (14,6% de parts d'audience). La saison 1 inédite de la série américaine se poursuivait: 2 975 000 amateurs d'enquêtes ont répondu présent, pour 12.3% de PDA (voir Conviction en replay ). Nagui toujours leader . Côté access prime time, Nagui continue de s'imposer avec N'oubliez pas les paroles , regardé par 3,4 millions de personnes mardi soir (18,7%), devant le 19/20 national sur France 3 et ses 2,8 millions de téléspectateurs (15%). Lire la suite »

District of Sooke lifts campfire ban


It must be to cook food and can not burn longer than two hours. However, open burning is not permitted in the district until October 1, said Sooke Fire Rescue in a statement. Anyone found in contravention of an open burning prohibition may be issued a ticket for $1,150, required to pay an administrative penalty of up to $10,000 or, if convicted in court, fined up to $100,000 and/or sentenced to one year in jail. Lire la suite »