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Five Feared Killed, Many Unconscious At Nigeria, Zambia Match Stampede


The occurrence attracted a large number of men of the Nigeria Police force and Federal Road Safety Corps personnel who rushed to rescue some of the victims as well as rush the unconscious fans to almost hospitals. The Akwa-Ibom stadium was filled beyond its capacity of 30,000. Speaking in Uyo yesterday, the commissioner said reports of death during the World Cup match were far from what transpired at the stadium. Lire la suite »

Scotland to pay post-Brexit fee for some European Union citizens


Scottish independence is not even on the agenda of the conference starting in Glasgow on Sunday after the SNP's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon formally shelved plans until Brexit negotiations advance. Scots will support tax rises to pay for better public services but not to reverse cuts to welfare, according to a new poll. Polls suggest the next Scottish Parliament will not now have a majority in favour of a new independence referendum - potentially ending the SNP dream for decades. Lire la suite »

IAF chopper Mi-17 crashes in Arunachal Pradesh, 5 killed


On July 4, three uniformed men also died in Arunachal Pradesh when a Mi-17 crashed during a rescue mission in the territory, then struck by heavy monsoon rains. The deceased have been identified as Wing Commander Vikram Upadhyay, Squadron Leader S. Tiwari, MWO A K Singh, Sgt Gautam and Sgt Satish Kumar of the Air force while Sepoys E Balaji and H N Deka are from the Army. Lire la suite »

'Only One Thing Will Work' with N.Korea

In January, the US Treasury blacklisted Ms Kim along with other North Korean officials over "severe human rights abuses". In recent weeks, North Korea has launched two missiles over Japan and conducted its sixth nuclear test, and may be fast advancing toward its goal of developing a nuclear-tipped missile capable of hitting the USA mainland. Lire la suite »

China service-sector growth falls to 21-month low


The Caixin China Composite Output Index, which covers manufacturing and services companies, fell to 51.4 last month from 52.4 in August, also a three-month low. At the composite level, the level of work-in-hand (but not yet completed) rose at the softest pace for a yearand-a-half. The growth of both new orders and output in the service sector slowed in September, Caixin said. Lire la suite »

Switzerland demands release of Swiss woman abducted in Sudan


The abduction comes two days after Washington's decision to lift its ban 20-year-old against the Sudan. Switzerland on Sunday called for the quick release of a Swiss woman reported abducted in Sudan's troubled Darfur region where rebels have been fighting the government for more than a decade. Lire la suite »

Video Allegedly with Dolphins Coach Chris Foerster Snorting White Powder Leaked


It is entirely possible the video is of Foerster but not while he was with the Dolphins. Salguero noted the video has no timestamp, so it's unclear whether it would have been captured while Foerster was employed with Miami. I think about how much I miss you. He has been an National Football League assistant coach since 1992, including stints with seven different teams. What do you think, I'm insane? "But I think about you when I do it", he continued. Lire la suite »

Intensified Mission Indradhanush launched


In this regard, a function was organized by the Department of Family Welfare in the hospital premises where the ministers administered doses of special immunization to children. Informing that supporting staffs from district heath care centres will be engaged for 7 PHSCs including 3 in Ukhrul, 2 in Churachandpur, 1 each in Chandel and Tamenglong which have no nurses, State nodal office Dr Th Nandakishwor said, "We're targeting cent percent vaccination this time as the department targets to ... Lire la suite »

L'Iran menace de détruire les bases américaines au Moyen-Orient


Ces mesures comprennent des sanctions financières contre quiconque fait du commerce avec avec les Gardiens de la révolution, ainsi que des millions de dollars de récompense pour une information menant à l'arrestation de deux agents du Hezbollah, groupe terroriste libanais soutenu par l'Iran. Lire la suite »

Gard: un randonneur allemand se tue en tombant d'une falaise


Le ressortissant allemand se trouvait à un endroit où la roche calcaire était très friable. Il n'a pas survécu à la chute d'une trentaine de mètres, malgré l'intervention des sapeurs-pompiers. L'enquête a été confiée à la brigade de gendarmerie de Pont-Saint-Esprit. La famille du défunt, sous le choc, quant à elle, a été prise en charge par l'équipe médicale dépêchée sur place. Lire la suite »

Punjab CM Shehbaz Sharif inaugurates Lahore's Orange Line Metro Train


Moreover, he vowed that despite conspiracies being hatched against the development projects, the journey of progress and prosperity will continue successfully. Shehbaz Sharif said that "Niazi Khan" criticised the government for metro projects whereas not one brick laid for a like project that he announced more than four years ago in Peshawar. Lire la suite »

JT Brown Brings National Anthem Protests to the NHL


As ESPN notes, the NHL has no specific rules "governing what players must do during the national anthem". Following Saturday's game, Brown said in a statement left on his Twitter account that he has received death threats. Unlike other sports, Brown is taking a huge risk, given the sport he plays and the demographics of the athletes and the collective fan bases. While the National Hockey League has insisted that its players remain apolitical, there are no rules in place requiring ... Lire la suite »

Adani Australia project hits protest wave

He, however, said there was a loud minority voice against the project.He said the anti-mine protests did not reflect the correct picture of how the project was being received regionally by the local community. Adani has said that more than 5,000 jobs are expected to be generated during construction and more than 4,000 during operation of the project. Adani has been counting on a A$900 million ($704 million) loan from the Northern Australian Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) for a rail link to ... Lire la suite »

Change gun laws and retain Second Amendment rights


The truth is, we can neither fully honor the victims of this horrific shooting nor prevent these terrible episodes from occurring if we fail to recognize and address the grim reality that gave rise to the massacre: Guns control the U.S. What the Founding Fathers could predict, however, was that changing times may call for a need to alter the Constitution to respond to new needs or threats. Lire la suite »

Iran Threatens US Bases if New Sanctions Are Imposed


He said that there will be no chance for "interaction" if the USA administration enforces new law for sanctions against Iran. According to the state broadcaster IRIB, lawmakers overwhelmingly approved the outlines of the bill to "counter America's terrorist and adventurist actions" as some chanted "Death to America". Lire la suite »

Nate rétrogradé d'ouragan à tempête tropicale


Afin d'anticiper son passage, les plateformes pétrolières et gazières situées dans le Golfe du Mexique ont été évacuées. Pays qu'elle devrait toucher dimanche non plus en qualité de tempête mais bien en tant qu'ouragan . Selon les derniers bilans officiels des services de secours, la tempête a fait 13 morts au Nicaragua, 10 au Costa Rica, trois au Honduras et deux au Salvador. Lire la suite »

Les USA suspendent la délivrance de visas en Turquie


La Turquie a suspendu les opérations de délivrance de visas , hors visas d'immigration, dans ses missions diplomatiques aux Etats-Unis, a annoncé dimanche soir l'ambassade de Turquie à Washington. Cet employé a été placé en détention provisoire mercredi sur décision d'une Cour d'Istanbul, accusé de liens avec le prédicateur auto-exilé aux Etats-Unis Fethullah Gülen , désigné par Ankara comme le cerveau du coup d'Etat avorté de juillet 2016. Lire la suite »

Indian soldiers killing five-six terrorists every day: Rajnath Singh


Singh has asked the soldiers to not fire at the Pakistani counterparts first but if the opened fire, they must give a fitting reply by "firing countless bullets". The 73-day Dokalam standoff started on June 16 when Chinese troops attempted to build a road in territory claimed by Bhutan close to the Indian border. Lire la suite »

CID on trail of Bimal Gurung raids Sikkim resort


In the next few days, other leaders will also support the leadership of Binay Tamang ", rebel GJM leader Anit Thapa said. The development came a day after the GJM councillors from Kurseong had pledged their support to Mr. Today, the party's 11th Foundation Day was being celebrated at GJM's office in Kalimpong by the supporters of Binay Tamang. Gurung, against whom a look out notice was issued by the state CID in September for allegedly instigating violence, rioting, killings, explosions ... Lire la suite »

Sen. Chris Murphy: Pulling out of Iran deal a 'self-inflicted wound'

If Trump declines to certify Iran's compliance, USA congressional leaders would have 60 days to decide whether to reimpose sanctions on Tehran suspended under the agreement. He could still change his mind on whether or not to recertify the agreement. Republican members of Congress were unanimously opposed to the agreement in 2015, but they have wavered since then on whether Mr Trump should enforce it. Lire la suite »

Japan thrash Honduras 6-1


After the half time, Taisei Miyashiros header from the centre of the box found the bottom left corner of the net in the 51st minute. Showing skill and technical ability, Japan proved too hard to handle for the Hondurans at the Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium, with Nakamura scoring the first of his three first-half goals with a powerful header from Takefusa Kubo's corner near the midway point of the half. Lire la suite »

Debutant New Caledonia go down 1-7 to France


France were on the ball from the word go. France pumped in as many as six goals in the first half. Living up to the expectations, Olumpique Lyonnais product Amine Gouiri didnt make any mistake in increasing the lead after receiving a well directed pass from Yacine Adli in the 19th minute. Lire la suite »