• Central Florida airports close ahead of Hurricane Irma
Central Florida airports close ahead of Hurricane Irma

Tim Davis, president of Suzi Davis Travel in Bloomington, said several local clients vacationing in Florida are getting away from the storm's path. Long lines form at Costco in Florida as residents brace for Hurricane Irma . Airports in Florida have all closed except for Miami International Airport.

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  • Missing Black Chicago Woman Found Dead In Hotel Freezer
Missing Black Chicago Woman Found Dead In Hotel Freezer

Police are still investigating, and a post mortem was scheduled to confirm the cause of death. Martin said police told her Jenkins apparently let herself into the freezer while inebriated and died inside. The hotel called police and reported them for disturbing the peace. Jenkins's friends The Crowne Plaza Chicago O'Hare Hotel and Conference Ce...

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  • Putin, Moon urge swift end to North Korea crisis
Putin, Moon urge swift end to North Korea crisis

Attention had thus been focused on whether interactions between the two leaders would lead to bilateral cooperation on North Korea in light of the serious threat to Japan's security. Putin said, according to the South Korean presidential official. But the latest nuclear test and recent missile tests suggest Kim is undeterred by those sanctions...

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  • Honduras Resists :: Honduras RESISTS: April 2010
Honduras Resists :: Honduras RESISTS: April 2010

The first lessons I learned in the womb of my mother when I was pregnant through the pedagogy of dreams, which was based on three principles : an intimate love for mother earth and humanity, telling the truth and respecting dignity and life.

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  • N. Korea crisis sparks nuclear debate in Japan, S. Korea
N. Korea crisis sparks nuclear debate in Japan, S. Korea

Russian President Vladimir Putin and his South Korean counterpart Moon Jae-In at the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok on September 6. Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday he thought the North Korea crisis would not escalate into a large-scale conflict involving nuclear weapons , predicting that common sense would prevail....

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  • Richard Branson's private island 'completely devastated' by Hurricane Irma (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
Richard Branson's private island 'completely devastated' by Hurricane Irma (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

Mr Johnson said the United Kingdom had responded in a "timely and a highly organised fashion", with further promises of support expected on top of the £32 million already committed and the pledge to match donations to the Red Cross appeal. 'We positioned our ship there to help. "Virgin Atlantic's Antigua flight today was loaded with essential ite...

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  • Republicans stew over Trump deal with Democrats on Hurricane Harvey aid bill
Republicans stew over Trump deal with Democrats on Hurricane Harvey aid bill

Senate Republicans have nearly doubled the size of the disaster relief package for Harvey to more than $15 billion, a first installment to help communities in Texas rebuild from the storm - and stock reserves for looming damage from Hurricane Irma.

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  • Priyanka Chopra meets Syrian refugees in Jordan
Priyanka Chopra meets Syrian refugees in Jordan

Actress Priyanka Chopra, who is the goodwill ambassador for UNICEF , is now in Jordan under the organisation's initiative to educate the Syrian kids. Throwing light on some statistics, the 35-year-old wrote, "More than 80% of the Syrian refugees in Jordan live outside refugee camps in cities, urban centers and farming villages (host communities.)...

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  • North Korea-US tensions are not Mexico's business - diplomat
North Korea-US tensions are not Mexico's business - diplomat

China will support further United Nations action if it helps restart dialogue with North Korea , Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Thursday. North Korea conducted a sixth nuclear weapons test on Sunday, and it has also tested inter-continental ballistic missiles that could reach U.S.

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  • Moon, Abe Discuss Sanctions Against N.Korea
Moon, Abe Discuss Sanctions Against N.Korea

Russian president Vladimir Putin has condemned North Korea's latest nuclear test as "provocative". Following Pyongyang's test on Sunday, Abe spoke to Putin over the phone, and reminded him of the important role Russian Federation can play as a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council in reigning in North Korea.

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  • Liverpool hero Luis Garcia: Klopp must prove himself in Champions League
Liverpool hero Luis Garcia: Klopp must prove himself in Champions League

And Kop chief Klopp left his star out of Saturday's game at Manchester City in which Liverpool were thrashed 5-0. Jürgen Klopp is looking forward to welcoming Philippe Coutinho back into his squad after the No.10's return to full training.

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  • India agrees to provide further defence assistance to Afghanistan
India agrees to provide further defence assistance to Afghanistan

On socio-economic security for both countries, Rabbani said, "Current regional trends bring India and Afghanistan closer than ever to protect and achieve our socio-economic, security and trade interests". His visit comes weeks after Trump administration announced its Afpak policy in which the U.S. has expected India to do more for the reconstructio...

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  • Tony Blair calls for tougher immigration rules to prevent Brexit
Tony Blair calls for tougher immigration rules to prevent Brexit

The People's March For Europe saw an estimated 50,000 people walk from London's Hyde Park to Parliament Square, where a number of speakers included Liberal Democrat MP Ed Davey and Labour MEP Mary Honeyball. Paradoxically, we have to respect the referendum vote to change it", he writes in a Sunday Times article, which warns Remainers that the...

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  • US calls for Monday vote on North Korea sanctions
US calls for Monday vote on North Korea sanctions

Sanctions on North Korea have been tried, and failed. Advocates for more sanctions say there's still room to up the pressure. Despite the vocal backing of the U.S., which proposed the sanctions, they could be vetoed by Russian Federation and China which have expressed skepticism about the harsh measures.

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  • Flash flood in Italy kills six, including family of four
Flash flood in Italy kills six, including family of four

Local reports noted that the flooding had disrupted train service in parts of the Tuscan coast along the Tyrrhenian Sea. Pictures from the city showed large areas underwater and extensive damage. In Florence has been declared an orange code, as storms started last night from northern Italy moving south. Rome's subways are closed as a precautionar...

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  • High winds, rain expected in Upstate, WNC, NE Georgia; Isolated tornado possible
High winds, rain expected in Upstate, WNC, NE Georgia; Isolated tornado possible

Irma would also become a tropical depression as wind speeds drop below 39 miles per hour. The Naples weather station reported a gust to 142 miles per hour. the forecast said. By Tuesday morning, the forecast puts Irma in far western Tennessee, slowing and turning northeast as a high pressure system centered over the Great Lakes moves east.

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  • N Korea may test new missile after 'H-bomb' tests nerves
N Korea may test new missile after 'H-bomb' tests nerves

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday condemned North Korea's latest nuclear test, but also warned against using military force against the country, calling it a "road to nowhere" that could lead to a "global catastrophe". Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe described as "historic" recent talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin. The mo...

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  • Japan's Abe agrees with Putin N.Korea nuclear test threatens peace
Japan's Abe agrees with Putin N.Korea nuclear test threatens peace

They are both advocating for more dialogue. President Donald Trump and the US top diplomat at the U.N., Nikki Haley, have both repeatedly stated that the time for talking is over . During his election campaign earlier this year, President Moon was a noted skeptic of THAAD, and called for greater dialogue with North Korea. Nikki Haley, the U...

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  • Russia's Putin: No need to be 'swept up' by North Korea provocations
Russia's Putin: No need to be 'swept up' by North Korea provocations

Up until this point, the USA has shown little interest in much of what the Russian president has had to contribute on the North Korea file. The time has come to exhaust all of our diplomatic means before it's too late. Russian authorities have explained the boost in trade by a rise of exports to North Korea, primarily oil products. However, Put...

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  • Final 4 Thaad launchers to be installed tomorrow
Final 4 Thaad launchers to be installed tomorrow

President Donald Trump said "all options are on the table", not ruling out military action. The United States is considering, in addition to other options, stopping all trade with any country doing business with North Korea. The statement says both leaders stressed that the global community has condemned North Korea's "provocations". " There is...

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