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China bans supplies of petroleum products to N. Korea

Another official at the the Korea Meteorological Administration's command center said it is believed to have been a natural quake. Regional experts differed on their analysis of the tremor, with China's China Earthquake Network Centre (CENC) service calling it a "suspected explosion", while Seoul's Korea Meteorological Agency (KMA) judged it a "natural quake". Lire la suite »

La NFL répond à Donald Trump

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Ce boycott est né en août 2016, pour suivre le mouvement de protestation "Black Lives Matter " qui s'était répandu partout aux Etats-Unis, afin de dénoncer la montée du racisme, et les violences policières à l'encontre des Noirs. Nouvelle sortie fracassante de Donald Trump . Sa prise de position avait fait grand bruit au sein de la NFL où il n'a pas retrouvé de contrat depuis la fin de l'hiver dernier, à l'issue de la saison. Lire la suite »

Roseneath man part of NAFTA meeting

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But it isn't. That argument is neither true of motor vehicles nor of manufactured goods in general. After Washington and Mexico city, the representatives of Canada, the United States and Mexico are given an appointment in Ottawa this Saturday to begin the third round of negotiations of the NAFTA. Lire la suite »

Deux blessés par balles et un mort à Paris 19ème

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Les images de la vidéo surveillance ont permis d'établir que deux groupes d'une vingtaine de belligérants, des cités Mathys et Colette-Magny, se sont affrontés en utilisant armes à feu et bombes de gaz lacrymogène. Parallèlement, selon le Parisien , un autre jeune a été admis dans un autre hôpital de Paris, Lariboisière, lui aussi blessé par balle, au niveau de l'épaule. Lire la suite »

Donald Trump, Kim are like 'children in a kindergarten': Russian Federation

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North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un had Twitter users rushing to dictionaries as he revived a centuries-old insult. The US president said on Tuesday that if America was forced to defend itself it would "totally destroy" North Korea. North Korea has conducted six nuclear tests. Any military intervention created to eliminate the North's nuclear and missile arsenal would nearly surely entail dire risks for US allies in the region, particularly South Korea, lying in range of the North's vast ... Lire la suite »

In the Black sea sank a fishing boat with migrants

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A shipwreck off Turkey's Black Sea coast resulted in deaths of 15 illegal migrants and 13-15 missing. The fishing vessel sank just before dawn off the coast of Kefken, 200 kilometers (125 miles) east of Istanbul, the coast guard said. Ambulances and medical teams carried out medical checks. Anadolu Agency reported 21 people were killed. A pregnant woman miscarried during the tragedy, it added. Lire la suite »

May briefs Cabinet to reboot Brexit talks

Referencing Ireland , she said Britain had "recognised from the outset that there are unique issues to consider when it comes to Northern Ireland ". The prime minister also signaled willingness to pay a bill for leaving the European Union, saying Britain "will honour commitments we have made during the period of our membership". Lire la suite »

A N.Korea nuclear test over the Pacific? Logical, terrifying

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The North accuses the United States, which has 28,500 troops in South Korea, of planning to invade and regularly threatens to destroy it and its Asian allies. In response to a question on how Pyongyang might hit back after the new sanctions, Mnuchin said, "I'm not going to comment on what I expect North Korea to do". Lire la suite »

China to limit oil supplies to North Korea

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Joseph Cheng of the Chinese University of Hong Kong told Al Jazeera that " China wants to demonstrate its support of the world community's position dissuade North Korea from continuing to hold nuclear tests and long-range missile tests". US President Donald Trump dubbed North Korean leader Kim Jong Un "Rocket Man" in a speech at the UN in which he threatened to "totally destroy" the North if it attacked the US or its allies. Lire la suite »

Johnson Matthey powers up share price with $300m battery plan

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The Company operates in five divisions: Emission Control Technologies, which is a manufacturer of catalysts and catalyst systems for vehicles and industry; Process Technologies, which is a supplier of catalysts, licensing technologies and other services to the syngas, oleo/biochemical, petrochemical, oil refining and gas processing industries; Precious Metal Products, which is organized into its Services businesses, which include management, distribution, refining and recycling of precious ... Lire la suite »

More than 400000 people sign Uber petition in London

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If the user did manage to book an Uber before being greyballed, the company would call the driver and cancel the ride. Uber said it will appeal the decision. London has almost 40,000 Uber drivers and 3.5 million people use the app once every 90 days. Uber has 21 days to appeal and can continue to operate until that process expires. Lire la suite »

American Century Companies Inc. Sells 71921 Shares of Sealed Air Corporation

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Wells Fargo & Company MN now owns 4,191,343 shares of the industrial products company's stock valued at $187,604,000 after purchasing an additional 2,977,854 shares during the last quarter. The company has a market capitalization of $8.08 billion, a PE ratio of 21.96 and a beta of 1.19. Sealed Air Corporation has a one year low of $41.22 and a one year high of $50.62. Lire la suite »

Gov. Cuomo, emergency relief specialists heading to storm-damaged Puerto Rico

The delegation is delivering a slew of essentials, including large-scale generators that can power hospitals and communication centers, 34,000 bottles of water, almost 10,000 ready-to-eat meals, and thousands of cots, blankets and pillows. Gov. Andrew Cuomo traveled there on Friday with Rep. Nydia Velazquez and Assemblyman Marcos Crespo, two politicians of Puerto Rican descent, in a plane stocked with relief supplies. Lire la suite »

Le référendum aura lieu comme prévu, le 25 septembre, affirme Barazani — Kurdistan

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Selon les autorités kurdes, une victoire du oui n'entraînera pas illico l'annonce de l'indépendance mais constituera un moyen de pression pour arracher à Bagdad des concessions sur les contentieux liés au pétrole et aux finances. Une source kurde haut placée à Souleimaniyeh a affirmé hier à l'agence AFP que le redoutable chef d'une unité d'élite des Gardiens de la révolution iraniens, le général Qassem Soleimani, est revenu au Kurdistan pour une ultime rencontre avec les responsables de la ... Lire la suite »

Adoption fees waived at Humane Society of West Michigan on Saturday

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There are lots of puppies and dogs like Rush looking for a home, which is why on Saturday, adoption fees for dogs, cats and small critters will be waived . "This is a deep part of our mission". "This is the ideal thing", she said. Donations to the shelter will help cover any costs of bringing the animals to town. Lire la suite »

Intoxicated man forced 8-year-old girl to drive

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Darlington Police say Kevin Cook forced the girl into his auto on September 3rd and told her to drive toward Ohio. The caller told dispatchers a small child was driving, according to the criminal compaint. He's reportedly a friend of her family. WPXI reported that police attempted to administer a sobriety test, but Cook was allegedly too drunk to finish it. Lire la suite »

"Double Hat Bandit" serial bank robbery suspect arrested in Indiana

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Carson had his initial appearance and arraignment in court on the criminal complaint Friday before the United States District Court for the Southern District of Indiana. The so-called Double Hat Bandit is in custody, according to the FBI Salt Lake City office. Salem police in January had arrested Carson on an allegation of driving under the influence of intoxicants. Lire la suite »

" "L'Iran teste " avec succès " un nouveau missile balistique

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Les images ont montré le lancement du missile, mais la date du test n'a pas été communiquée. L'accord nucléaire conclu en 2015 avec les grandes puissances n'interdit pas les activités balistiques de l'Iran, mais la résolution 2 231 du Conseil de sécurité, qui a entériné cet accord, demande à l'Iran de ne pas mener d'activités pour développer des missiles conçus pour porter des têtes nucléaires. Lire la suite »

Student stuck in cave for three days survived by licking the walls

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A 19-year-old man says he feels lucky to be alive after spending 60 hours locked alone inside a gated southern IN cave. But at some point, Cavar lost the rest of his group. The Caving Club said there had been a "failure of leadership". Two members of the club finally realized Cavar was missing on Tuesday evening, so they headed back to Sullivan Cave, according to reports. Lire la suite »

Kenya's Presidential Elections Moved to Oct. 26

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The Kenyan election board said earlier that it had now rescheduled the election for October 26 after a French firm providing the technology for the polls said it would not be ready in time for October 17, the previous date set for the re-run. Lire la suite »

Séisme en Corée du Nord

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Selon le Centre sismologique chinois (CENC), la province de Hamgyong du Nord, située au nord-est de la Corée du Nord, a été frappée par un séisme de magnitude 3,4, ce samedi. Lire la suite »

We want no more trucks in Lagos for now - Ministry

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Drivers of those trailers and trucks were advised to park them at Ogere Trailer park and such other parks outside the state pending the resolution of the crisis. General Manager, Lagos State Emergency Management Agency, LASEMA, Adesina Tiamiyu said the situation in Apapa had been very tough, saying that an explosion in the area might be grave as there is no access to the area. Lire la suite »

Magnitude 3.4-quake hits North Korea; 'caused by suspected explosion'

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The state's media reports the rumble was detected at a depth of 0km. This is a developing story. North Korea on Friday had said it might test a hydrogen bomb on the Pacific Ocean after US President Donald Trump vowed to destroy the country, with leader Kim Jong-un promising to make a "mentally deranged" Trump pay dearly for his threats. Lire la suite »