• North Koreans line the streets as nuclear scientists leave Pyongyang
North Koreans line the streets as nuclear scientists leave Pyongyang

Merkel is widely seen in Germany as a safe pair of hands at a time of global uncertainty such as the North Korea crisis, Britain's looming departure from the European Union and Donald Trump's presidency in the United States . Despite the impending vote on potentially painful economic sanctions, the atmosphere in Pyongyang over the weekend was ...

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  • Rights groups say UN council ignores Rohingya 'cleansing'
Rights groups say UN council ignores Rohingya 'cleansing'

Until the current crisis, there were around 1 million Rohingya in Myanmar. Suu Kyi shares power with the military, and the Buddhist majority in Myanmar largely dismisses the plight of Rohingya Muslims , calling them "illegal immigrants" from Bangladesh .

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  • North Korea warns U.S. of 'greatest pain', rejects sanctions
North Korea warns U.S. of 'greatest pain', rejects sanctions

Haley noted that the council was meeting on the 16th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attack. That was the result of opposition from China and Russian Federation, which are wary of putting too much economic pressure on North Korea . The CIA chief expressed concerns about the intelligence gap on North Korea, arguing, "There's still a lot that ...

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  • Republicans: US tax reform complicated by Trump deal
Republicans: US tax reform complicated by Trump deal

Joe Manchin of West Virginia, Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota and Joe Donnelly of IN will be joined at dinner by Republican Sens. "Our bottom line is repealing the estate tax abandons progressivity", Senate Finance Committee ranking member Ron Wyden said.

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  • Irma is gone. Is the rain over in the Midlands?
Irma is gone. Is the rain over in the Midlands?

Cape Canaveral (Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, cruise terminals): Winds 8 mph, 5.94 inches rain in past 24 hours, storm surge warning in effect for up to 3 feet above ground level. These winds would cause scattered damage to trees, signs, and outbuildings. The mountains may experience higher wind gusts because of the elevation.

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  • Charges Being Considered For Justine Damond's Killer
Charges Being Considered For Justine Damond's Killer

Ruszczyk, known professionally as Justine Damond , had called police late on a Saturday night to report that she thought she'd heard a female yell help outside her home in the city's Fulton neighborhood, telling the 911 operator she was anxious a woman was being attacked.

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  • Shares Trading down at $15.92 (MNR) Monmouth Real Estate Investment…
Shares Trading down at $15.92 (MNR) Monmouth Real Estate Investment…

State Treasurer State of MI now owns 24,700 shares of the real estate investment trust's stock valued at $3,802,000 after buying an additional 100 shares during the last quarter. And EC World Real Estate Investment Trust is the part of this growth. Benchmark maintained ANSYS, Inc. The company was upgraded on Thursday, March 23 by TD Securities.

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  • Additional sanctions on North Korea would be
Additional sanctions on North Korea would be "useless and ineffective": Putin

But on Thursday, after days of talks with regional leaders and officials, Mr Putin struck a more optimistic note, saying Russian Federation could see that the administration of US President Donald Trump wanted to defuse tensions around North Korea.

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  • State Senate passes Foxconn deal
State Senate passes Foxconn deal

On Monday, the mayor of Kenosha sent a letter to Walker saying the bill didn't do enough to make it possible for the city to support the project, leaving Racine County as the likely home to the factory, although no exact location has been announced.

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  • Chatbot offers legal help to Equifax data breach victims
Chatbot offers legal help to Equifax data breach victims

There is one problem revealed by the Equifax hack that is surely not the company's fault. If you don't want to go that far, Garcia says, you can apply for a " fraud alert ", which alerts you to any requests for credit checks or new accounts.

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  • UNSC slaps new sanctions on North Korea
UNSC slaps new sanctions on North Korea

The United Nations Security Council on Monday unanimously approved a new round of sanctions on North Korea , one week after the country conducted its sixth and strongest nuclear test to date. North Korea is now banned from exporting textiles - its second-biggest export after coal, seafood and other minerals in 2016, totalling US$752 milli...

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  • Tropical Storm Jose forms in the eastern Atlantic
Tropical Storm Jose forms in the eastern Atlantic

Hurricane Jose continues to strengthen, moving west-northwest at around 17 miles per hour. Its potential to turn into a hurricane will depend on the exact track Katia takes in the next couple of days. The NHC said it could be close to major hurricane strength by this weekend, when it is forecast to hit land. Hurricane Katia is a Category 1 hurr...

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  • The importance of the SC game
The importance of the SC game

At his press conference Tuesday afternoon, SC head coach Will Muschamp was asked if he thought Gamecocks junior wide receiver should be a Heisman Trophy contender. "I definitely think so", USC quarterback Jake Bentley said. Bentley became the starter past year in the Gamecocks seventh game of the season. The Wildcats been weird so far, as they ar...

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  • Safa won't appeal Federation Internationale de Football Association decision to replay World Cup qualifier
Safa won't appeal Federation Internationale de Football Association decision to replay World Cup qualifier

Bafana won the match 2-1 in Polokwane previous year, but Federation Internationale de Football Association ordered a replay for November after the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) upheld a lifetime ban of referee Joseph Lamptey for match manipulation.

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  • Irma floods Florida cities
Irma floods Florida cities

Forecasters expect the storm to slow rapidly once it is over land and wear itself out over the southeastern U.S.in the next few days. Nearly every mobile home park in the Keys had overturned homes, according to the governor. John's. That's because wind from the east side of Irma would be blowing toward Tampa , pushing water from the bay inla...

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  • FLASHBACK: Trump Calls 'Little Katy' Tur A 'Third Rate Reporter'
FLASHBACK: Trump Calls 'Little Katy' Tur A 'Third Rate Reporter'

In it, Tur writes about going to Trump Tower in July 2015 to interview then-candidate Trump. President Trump on Monday slammed the "people writing books" about him, saying they do not have access and calling their scribes "fake news". "It wasn't until hours later, when Secret Service took the extraordinary step of walking me to my vehicle, that...

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  • Police Asking Americans To Please Stop Shooting Guns At Hurricane Irma
Police Asking Americans To Please Stop Shooting Guns At Hurricane Irma

The two - among the thousands of power-line workers brought in from out-of-state by major utilities - spent about five minutes outside a house in Fort Lauderdale, when two cars with women who said they lived in the neighborhood stopped to inquire about the return of power to their homes - obviously trying to get their attention.

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  • Could Hurricane Jose be a threat to the U.S. later in September?
Could Hurricane Jose be a threat to the U.S. later in September?

Tropical storm winds of up to 73 miles per hour will persist through the night and possibly into Monday morning before the storm moves toward Tampa Sunday evening. CNN also shared drone footage of Tortola and the British Virgin Islands after Hurricane Irma . Jose passed north of the Caribbean islands and Puerto Rico on Sunday as a Category ...

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  • Hurricane Irma will be 'devastating' to US
Hurricane Irma will be 'devastating' to US

Gale-force winds could cause trouble for boaters near the coast, but other than some rip-current warnings, no weather advisories are now in effect anywhere in North Carolina from Irma . "If you ride around Chatham County, it's a ghost town", Jones said. A tropical storm warning extends from central Georgia into northern Georgia and northwe...

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  • White House won't commit to signing joint congressional resolution condemning white supremacists
White House won't commit to signing joint congressional resolution condemning white supremacists

It could be sent to the White House for Mr. Trump's signature as early as Wednesday. The bipartisan resolution passed the Senate Monday and the House Tuesday by voice vote. The resolution also said the House strongly condemns racism, as well as "intimidation, and violence by all groups - regardless of their political affiliation or politica...

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