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Killed in Sri Lanka Garbage Dump Collapse

Military spokesman Roshan Senivirathna said that rescue workers will have to dig deeper to recover the dead but that they have no idea how many people may still be missing. Ironically, the government had signed agreements a few weeks ago to convert the waste into energy, he said in a post on Facebook . Sri Lanka has moved over 400 families to temporary shelters after tonnes of rotting garbage collapsed onto a slum on Friday, killing at least 29 people. Read More »

Trump signs executive order while visiting Wisconsin


Dubbed "Buy American, Hire American", the directive follows a series of recent Trump reversals on economic policies. President Trump has signed an order which will revamp the H-1B program , which is now used to employ highly skilled workers from overseas. Read More »

DA Davidson Begins Coverage on Huntington Bancshares Incorporated (HBAN)


HBAN has been the subject of several other research reports. The share price has moved backward from its 20 days moving average, trading at a distance of -2.71% and stays -4.93% away from its 50 days moving average. If you are reading this news story on another website, it was illegally stolen and reposted in violation of USA and worldwide trademark & copyright law. Read More »

British leader says no to televised debates

Cameron took part in Britain's first ever televised leaders' debate in 2010 - then as leader of the opposition. The sources added said the choice at the upcoming election "is already clear". "The Prime Minister says we have a stronger economy, yet she can't explain why people's wages are lower today than they were 10 years ago or why more households are in debt, six million people earning less than the minimum wage, child poverty is up, pensioner poverty is up". Read More »

North Korea 'ready to hit back'


But while the isolated country's newest weapons rolled through the streets of the capital during the event, North Korea did not carry out a nuclear test or ballistic missile launch to commemorate Kim Il Sung . U.S. officials said that the Trump administration had settled on a policy that will emphasise increasing pressure on Pyongyang with the help of China, North Korea's only major ally, instead of military options or trying to overthrow Kim's regime. Read More »

Opération d'évacuation de quatre villes assiégées — Syrie


Il a par ailleurs précisé que 109 des 126 tués sont des habitants de Foua et Kafraya , les deux localités prorégime évacuées , tandis que le reste sont des rebelles qui gardaient les bus et des travailleurs humanitaires. Quelques heures après l'attaque, l'opération avait repris et les personnes évacuées avaient poursuivi la route pour rejoindre leur destination finale. Read More »

Arkansas judge: Order guided by law, not execution views


In addition, a group of Arkansas death-row inmates has filed another emergency stay request with the U.S. supreme court, this time challenging the state's plan for a flurry of executions before the end of April, when Arkansas' supply of an execution drug expires. Read More »

GM says Venezuela illegally seizes auto plant


GM will continue to provide aftermarket service and parts for its customers through its dealers, it added. The vehicle firm added that the seizure would cause irreparable damage to the company, its 2,678 workers, its 79 dealers and to its suppliers. Read More »

Mike Pence promises 'overwhelming and effective' response to North Korea

During a working lunch with Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe, Mr Pence said his government stood with Japan "100 per cent" in the face of what he called "provocation" from its reclusive neighbour across the sea. Our large US corporations were the only ones who benefited while the rest of the world paid the price. That kind of rhetoric has unnerved allies in Japan and South Korea, who would be at the sharp end of any North Korean response. Read More »

Chelsea confirm captain Terry to leave club at season-end

He has made 713 appearances for the club since his debut in 1998, 578 of which came as captain, and scored 66 goals. Following Monday's announcement, Terry's wife Toni said: 'I'm extremely proud of my husband for everything he has achieved at Chelsea. Read More »

Fujifilm goes Instax Square with the SQ10


This camera combines the charm of being able to print your photos on the spot together with digital image processing technology. A three-inch LCD screen on the back allows users to preview digital shots and add creative effects, including ten different filters and vignetting effects, as well as controlling brightness. Read More »

Gina Miller pledges election tour against 'extreme Brexit'

She added: "We will support candidates who campaign for a real final vote on Brexit, including rejecting any deal that leaves Britain worse off". "In recent weeks Labour has threatened to vote against the final deal to be reached with the European Union, the Liberal Democrats have said they want to grind the government to a standstill and unelected members of the House of Lords have vowed to fight us at every step". Read More »

Georgia Democrat puts Donald Trump's popularity to the test in Congress vote

That is crucial if Democrats are to have a shot at reaching their stated objective: reclaiming control of the House of Representatives in next year's mid-term elections. Handel, a former Georgia secretary of state, received 20 percent of the vote. While it's an impressive feat for a Democrat running in a traditionally red district like Georgia's 6th, Ossoff fell short of his goal of winning the seat outright with a majority of the vote. Read More »

Mastercard Gets UK Regulatory Approval To Acquire VocaLink


Mastercard also agreed to contribute to Link ATM members' switching costs. In July past year, MasterCard entered into an agreement to acquire a stake of 92.4% in UK-based payments technology firm VocaLink Holdings for about £700m. With the demand for immediate payments growing, "we will help scale their innovative real-time, or fast ACH, payments technology to even more markets". Read More »

Ander Herrera reveals one thing he can't do this season

A report in the Daily Mirror has suggested that Tottenham and Manchester United have become the latest clubs to register an interest in Burnley defender Michael Keane. "I have to keep working, performing and giving what the manager wants me to give". "I think we didn't play a good game and United deserved to win the game because they showed more desire, motivation and ambition", he said . Read More »

Pence says United States to expand military alliance with Japan


Trump is also dangerously understaffed in East Asia: he has not yet publicly chosen an ambassador to Japan or South Korea, his ambassador to China has not yet been confirmed by the Senate, and the State Department does not have a new assistant secretary for East Asian and Pacific affairs, among other key positions. Read More »

India to Trump: America still needs our tech workers


Signed while while on a visit to Snap-on Inc, a tool maker in Kenosha, Wisconsin, the directive specifically seeks to curb the H-1B visa programme, favoured by America's tech companies, which allows highly skilled foreign nationals to work in select fields in the US. Read More »

Venezuelans march against Maduro en masse

They then launched rocks and Molotov cocktails against lines of police and national guardsmen who responded with tear gas in cat-and-mouse skirmishes likely to last deep into the night. A woman was killed during a protest in the country's San Cristobal city in the state of Táchira, while a teenager was shot during a demonstration in the capital Caracas on Wednesday. Read More »

No need for Trump's approval to use massive bomb, officials say


CNN can not independently confirm the number of casualties. The GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast bomb - better known as the " Mother Of All Bombs " - hit IS hideouts in Achin district in eastern Nangarhar province on Thursday. White House officials won't detail precisely when that visit will take place but say it will come "soon". As for whether the USA should be bombing Afghanistan, that is another question altogether. Read More »

Boston Public Library returns historic artifacts to Italy


Attorney William Weinreb; and Carabinieri Brigadier General Fabrizio Parrulli of Italy's police corps. Boston Mayor Martin Walsh will attend the noon ceremony Wednesday as the library marks the repatriation of the items which were previously part of its special collections. Read More »

Nevada woman accused of faking son's death to raise money


A judge set another hearing for next month. Carson City Sheriff Ken Furlong says 31-year-old Victoria Morrison was arrested Friday at a local motel and her four children turned over to protective services after a concerned family member contacted authorities about the "bizarre" case. Read More »

These Lucky People Are Getting Galaxy S8 Early

The company has launched both the Galaxy S8 as well as the Galaxy S8 Plus smartphones here for the Indian market at an event here in New Delhi. This Instagram upload shows the red tint issue on the new Samsung Galaxy S8 . There is 64 GB of inbuilt storage that can be expanded up to 256 GB with the help of the microSD card. They also both feature Super AMOLED display, allowing for clearer videos and images with a resolution of 2960 x 1440 (Quad HD). Read More »

DACA recipient deported as DHS disputes status

But the Department of Homeland Security claims it has no record of Montes' renewal and that his status expired in 2015. "Simply being attacked by the President isn't a conflict of interest", Kari Hong told USA Today . So two days later, he scaled the border wall near Calexico and was caught by Border Patrol. He then decided that he could not stay in Mexico, and climbed a rope over a portion of the border fence, after which he was promptly arrested and deported again. Read More »