• European Union has legal obligation to discuss future United Kingdom trade deal
European Union has legal obligation to discuss future United Kingdom trade deal

In view of the unique circumstances on the island of Ireland, flexible and imaginative solutions will be required, including with the aim of avoiding a hard border, while respecting the integrity of the Union legal order. The Government also suggested that a new customs arrangement with the European Union would "remove the need for the United Kin...

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  • Wayzata Police Officer Hit and Killed by a Vehicle
Wayzata Police Officer Hit and Killed by a Vehicle

Records obtained by KSTP-TV show that she had a revoked license and a history of traffic violations. Police are saying it could take weeks to finish this investigation. She was booked into Hennepin County Jail, where she is being held without bail on suspicion of criminal vehicular homicide. With visible emotion, the chief spoke at a news confe...

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  • Watch a Plane Fly Directly Through the Eye of Hurricane Irma
Watch a Plane Fly Directly Through the Eye of Hurricane Irma

Lesser) Hitting winds of up to 125 miles per hour winds , the storm has already left more than 20 people dead across the Caribbean and now it's headed to south-west Florida. Meanwhile, ComEd said that it is preparing to send 200 in-house and contractor crews to Florida to help fix damage from Irma. From there, he and his wife, two children, two ...

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  • Hurricane Irma destroys President Trump's and Richard Branson's Caribbean homes!
Hurricane Irma destroys President Trump's and Richard Branson's Caribbean homes!

However, no amount of money can stop a hurricane as Branson was recently reminded when he made a decision to ride out Hurricane Irma from the wine cellar of his home on Necker Island which faced the full brunt of the Category 5 storm. "Dr. Orange and team are safe on St. Thomas". Sam Branson confirmed that "all humans" on the island were ok...

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  • Air Force officer killed in crash 100 miles northwest of Nellis base
Air Force officer killed in crash 100 miles northwest of Nellis base

Col. Eric K. Shafa, Commander of the 42nd Air Base Wing at Maxwell, said the installation is serving as staging area for the Federal Emergency Management Agency. While the program has encountered cost overruns, schedule delays and mishaps in decades of development, including engine fires - one in 2016 resulted in burns to a pilot's head, neck and f...

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  • Hurricane Irma to 'devastate' U.S. as it hurtles toward Florida
Hurricane Irma to 'devastate' U.S. as it hurtles toward Florida

He also warned that more than 100,000 people may need shelter. " It's not a question of if Florida is going to be impacted, it's a question of how bad Florida is going to be impacted and where the storm ends up over the next four to five days as it passes inland ", Brock said.

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  • Malacañang: Police will cooperate in all probes on teen deaths
Malacañang: Police will cooperate in all probes on teen deaths

The latest victim to surface was 14-year-old Reynaldo de Guzman , the companion of 19-year-old Carl Angelo Arnaiz , who was shot dead by policemen in Caloocan City on August 18. The police a year ago suspended the drug war for an "internal cleansing" after crooked cops, on the pretext of carrying out the war on drugs, kidnapped then killed Korean...

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  • Obama surprises students with a visit to DC school
Obama surprises students with a visit to DC school

For one group of high school students in Washington D.C., the first week of classes ended on a high note. Yesterday, our old buddy-in-chief B.O. dropped in on a McKinley Technology High School class in Washington , D.C. He later told a young woman: "Remember what I say: Don't back down", and then his entourage took off from the school through a ...

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  • Governor Deal declares state of emergency ahead of Irma
Governor Deal declares state of emergency ahead of Irma

If he does order an evacuation , lanes on Interstate 26 and other evacuation routes would be reversed starting at 10 a.m. Saturday. After information from the computer model post-Friday afternoon, the report says though it is impossible to exactly locate the center of the storm that will move onshore, the Fort Myers, Florida Keys, Naples, and Ta...

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  • S. Korea, US deploy missile defence amid China protest
S. Korea, US deploy missile defence amid China protest

In the first poll, 69 per cent of those questioned thought the North would start a war while only 24 per cent thought it would not. Its sixth nuclear test on Sunday prompted the U.S. Last year, North Korea conducted its fifth nuclear test on the September 9 anniversary. A similar sentiment is felt in the duty-free store industry, one of the most ...

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  • Situation under control in Jaipur's curfew-bound areas
Situation under control in Jaipur's curfew-bound areas

The clashes were the result of a "petty dispute" between a police constable and a motorcycle-borne couple. The mob also set ablaze a transformer and several vehicles, including an ambulance. Reinforcements of police have been rushed to the area to contain the situation. A curfew has been imposed in Jaipur , Rajasthan, after Friday evening's cl...

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  • Irma could be more devastating to Georgia than Matthew
Irma could be more devastating to Georgia than Matthew

McMaster also said he plans to allow local school districts to decide whether to close next week and he has rescinded part of his order Thursday evacuating patients from healthcare facilities in a number of counties. Areas southwest of Interstate 26 could still see storm surges, minor to moderate river flooding and power outages. With forecasts Fri...

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  • Senate Passes Trump's Debt and Harvey Aid Deal With Democrats
Senate Passes Trump's Debt and Harvey Aid Deal With Democrats

The House on Friday overwhelmingly approved a $15.25 billion disaster aid package that also extended government funding and the federal borrowing limit until December 8, moments after Republicans booed two top White House officials over the deal struck this week by President Donald Trump .

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  • Equifax Plunges After Major Data Breach
Equifax Plunges After Major Data Breach

Equifax , the credit bureau whose job it is to protect data , announced Thursday that 140 million people could be victims of a data breach . If your name is among the affected, your Social Security number, address, credit card information, driver's license number and birthday could all be on the hard drive of the cyber criminals who execut...

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  • South Korea's Moon says North Korean provocations complicate situation on Korean peninsula
South Korea's Moon says North Korean provocations complicate situation on Korean peninsula

Jia Qingguo, a professor of global studies at Peking University in China, categorized North Korea's relentless missile and nuclear tests as "suicidal". The long-standing objective of the US and its allies, as well as China and Russian Federation, has been to seek the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula although the chances of realizing...

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  • Pope Francis to bless statue of Christ mutilated by war
Pope Francis to bless statue of Christ mutilated by war

In all, the fighting left more than 250,000 people dead, 60,000 missing and millions more displaced. "Dear people of Colombia: do not be afraid of asking for forgiveness and offering it", he said, at an emotional meeting that brought together victims of the 50-year civil war with former guerrilla and paramilitary fighters.

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  • Federal Bureau of Investigation probes Utah cop who arrested nurse for refusing to draw blood
Federal Bureau of Investigation probes Utah cop who arrested nurse for refusing to draw blood

Logan police asked for help from Salt Lake City police because the hospital was so far away, and Payne was sent there because he belonged to a unit trained to perform blood draws. "Any nurse I think would have done exactly what I did", she said . She said he did not have a warrant or meet any of the mandatory criteria needed for taking blood.

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  • Melbourne Sikhs join protests in Australia against Rohingya Muslims massacre
Melbourne Sikhs join protests in Australia against Rohingya Muslims massacre

Why couldn't we see a firm policy statement on the protection of the lives of Muslim Rohingyas from Australian government with forcing Myanmar to immediately stop genocide of Rohingyas. Traders Federation Banihal had called for the protests. Police said Restrictions under Section 144 CrPC have been imposed in the areas falling under five police...

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  • DeVos says she'll rescind Obama's Title IX sexual assault guidelines
DeVos says she'll rescind Obama's Title IX sexual assault guidelines

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos intends to revoke former President Obama's 2011 guidelines for schools investigating campus sexual misconduct, she told CBS News' Jan Crawford in an exclusive interview Thursday. Additionally, in a sociopolitical environment where undocumented and immigrant students are generally uncertain about their legal statu...

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  • U.S. not 'putting up with' N. Korea actions
U.S. not 'putting up with' N. Korea actions

The United States has already banned Americans from traveling to North Korea following the death of Otto Warmbier, a 22-year-old college student from OH who was released from North Korea in June in a coma after being detained there for more than a year.

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