• Rain warning in place for several counties
Rain warning in place for several counties

The warnings will remain in place until tomorrow morning and weather chiefs have said that accumulations of 30 to 50 mm are expected. Two yellow weather warnings are in place for parts of England and Wales, with the Met Office predicting strong gusts across the country.

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  • Stylish Twist on Classic Italian - The Art of Plating
Stylish Twist on Classic Italian - The Art of Plating

Raised in Puglia in South Italy, chef Antonio Guida has worked in various Michelin starred kitchens - most recently the Executive Chef of Il Pellicano, who earned two stars during his stay. © The Art Of Plating Risotto with seasonal vegetables, vegetable purée, semi-cooked maccagno cheese, and raspberry powder by chef Antonio Guida of Seta in M...

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  • Bocconi Yard - Harvard Graduate School of Design
Bocconi Yard - Harvard Graduate School of Design

The Bocconi Yard project wants to be both an extension of the university's architectural ensemble and the definition of a new connective platform within the city. The competition called for the design of a new campus comprising research, teaching, study, residential, recreation, and sport areas for Bocconi University in Milan.

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  • Modi To Address Students Convention Today
Modi To Address Students Convention Today

Expressing similar views Opposition leader Narasingha Mishra said, "I completely agree with the State government as far as this issue is concerned". We should look at his ideas in today's concept. - Swami Vivekananda raised his voice against the social evils that has entered our society. "He (Swami Vivekanda) said that the solutions to world's prob...

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  • Putin: North Korea will 'eat grass' before giving up nukes
Putin: North Korea will 'eat grass' before giving up nukes

But Putin said that while Russian Federation condemned the rogue regime's latest actions, imposing any kind of sanctions would be "useless and ineffective" - adding that Kim would rather starve his people than be overthrown. Moon said after the talks: "It is more important than anything else to resolve the North's nuclear and missile issues, whic...

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  • Lies about DACA by Trump Administration
Lies about DACA by Trump Administration

But the government's plan to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals ( DACA ) programme has many of its recipients looking for the compassion he once promised . Two Democrats are vying to face Bacon in November 2018: Kara Eastman and former Rep. Brad Ashford. "We need it to go through Congress, which is what DACA did not", McCain said...

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  • Hurricane Irma begins its assault on Florida
Hurricane Irma begins its assault on Florida

In the clip strong winds can be seen blowing trees sideways. By dawn Saturday, the town's main street had waves rolling down it, and within hours the whole town was flooded with several feet of water. Hurricane Irma gave Florida a coast-to-coast pummeling with winds up to 130 miles per hour Sunday, swamping homes and boats, knocking out pow...

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  • Putin warns of 'global catastrophe' in North Korea impasse
Putin warns of 'global catastrophe' in North Korea impasse

Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov was not immediately available for comment. North Korea conducted its most powerful nuclear test to date on Sunday, triggering warnings from the United States of a " massive military response ". South Korea's defence ministry has said the deployment is necessary due to the imminent threat from North Korea , ...

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  • Trump softens tone on North Korea
Trump softens tone on North Korea

Adam Kinzinger. "It would be great if something else could be worked out". Trump refused to say during his news conference on Thursday whether he would accept the country as a nuclear-armed state, insisting that he would not state his negotiating parameters publicly.

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  • Putin urges North Korea talks, says sanctions not working
Putin urges North Korea talks, says sanctions not working

Putin said it was "ridiculous" that the United States first slapped Russian Federation with sanctions carried in the same bill that penalized North Korea , and "then asked us to help impose sanctions on North Korea". Earlier Thursday, the final parts of a controversial USA missile defense system arrived at a base in South Korea as hundreds of prot...

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  • Miami police investigate looting during Hurricane Irma
Miami police investigate looting during Hurricane Irma

On Sunday morning, the Fort Lauderdale Police Department tweeted that they arrested two 28-year-old men suspected of breaking into six homes that were evacuated by their occupants. At least four people have been reported dead in Florida after the hurricane hit Florida Keys, with more than 25 people killed as the storm made its way through the...

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  • Shelters for Hurricane Irma evacuees opening in North Carolina
Shelters for Hurricane Irma evacuees opening in North Carolina

Traffic has increased throughout the state as people evacuating from Florida and elsewhere seek safety to the north. "All roadwork will be stopped as of 7 p.m. The greatest impact is expected to be in the mountains and near the SC border. But, they are standing by to help more people get to safer ground if necessary.

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  • Russian and Japanese leaders
Russian and Japanese leaders "decisively condemn" N.Korean tests

But after North Korea conducted its second flight test of a developmental intercontinental ballistic missile in July, Moon ordered his military to work with USA commanders in South Korea to temporarily place more launchers before the reviews are conducted.

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  • US Senate passes disaster aid, government funding, higher debt ceiling
US Senate passes disaster aid, government funding, higher debt ceiling

The Senate's vote comes off the heels of the measure passed in the House Wednesday, which allocated $7.85 billion for Hurricane Harvey relief funding with near-unanimous support. Conservatives in Congress have voiced opposition to tying the relief package to legislation keeping the government running and increasing the borrowing capacity.

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  • Calls for unity as thousands attend anti-Brexit rally in London
Calls for unity as thousands attend anti-Brexit rally in London

Frances O'Grady, the general secretary of the Trades Union Congress umbrella body, accused the government of a "criminal lack of preparation" for Britain's exit from the EU in March 2019. He said such an outcome risked ushering in the "unreconstructed leftist" programme put forward by Labour under Jeremy Corbyn. However, the EU's chief negotiator...

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  • South Korea's Moon says he and Putin share understanding on North Korea
South Korea's Moon says he and Putin share understanding on North Korea

On Wednesday Moon sought to find common ground with Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on sanctions, though Putin opposes further penalties on the regime. Sanctions have done little to stop North Korea boosting its nuclear and missile capacity as it faces off with Trump, who has vowed to stop it from being able to hit the US mainland with a nuclear...

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  • Moon, Putin Agree N. Korean Nuke Issue Needs Swift Resolution
Moon, Putin Agree N. Korean Nuke Issue Needs Swift Resolution

Trump has vowed to stop all USA trade with any country doing business with North Korea, and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says he is working on details of such a plan, which would primarily target Pyongyang's neighbor, main trading partner, and strategic ally, China .

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  • Russian Federation and South Korea at odds over North Korea sanctions
Russian Federation and South Korea at odds over North Korea sanctions

Australia's prime minister says after a phone call with President Donald Trump that both countries want to avoid conflict with North Korea. Diplomats have said the Security Council could consider banning North Korean textile exports, barring its airline and stopping supplies of oil to the government and military.

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  • Active storm season marked by trio of Atlantic hurricanes
Active storm season marked by trio of Atlantic hurricanes

In the 1998 season, four hurricanes were in the Atlantic at the same time, including Hurricane Georges, a Category 4 storm that killed more than 600 people in the Dominican Republic and Haiti and caused $2.8 billion in damage in the us, the Weather Channel reported.

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  • There are 3 hurricanes in the Atlantic right now
There are 3 hurricanes in the Atlantic right now

To help you stay on top of the storm's development, Live Science has compiled everything you need to know, from tips on hurricane preparedness to Irma's latest forecasts to the science behind nature's biggest hurricanes. A hurricane is classified "major" when it reaches Category 3 or stronger. By the weekend, Jose is predicted to slow down and tu...

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