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

North Korea was condemned for conducting its sixth nuclear test on September 3, which it said was of an advanced hydrogen bomb. The latest draft removes a call for a full oil embargo on the country and omits the freezing of assets and a call for a travel ban for North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un.

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  • Irma Is Now a Tropical Storm
Irma Is Now a Tropical Storm

It's now a tropical storm in Georgia , and is predicted to decrease to a tropical depression by early Tuesday , according to the National Weather Service. The district needs time to clean and restock food on those campuses, plus give school employees who worked in the shelters time off to rest and check their own homes, the district said.

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  • - - - - ARBORICULTURA URBANA / URBAN ARBORICULTURE - - - -: DEFINITION OF GREEN AREA
- - - - ARBORICULTURA URBANA / URBAN ARBORICULTURE - - - -: DEFINITION OF GREEN AREA

Unfortunately this definition is not contained in any law, The only legal definition that exists of green area is contained in the Ordinance of the General Law of Urbanism and Construction and indicates that "Green area" corresponds to a land surface preferably destined for spreading or pedestrian circulation, generally consisting of plant speci...

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  • Counting the cost of Hurricane Irma
Counting the cost of Hurricane Irma

Many streets were flooded in downtown Miami and other cities. Several of the Orlando, Florida, theme parks that are popular with tourists around the world have plans to reopen now that Hurricane Irma has moved out of the state. The National Hurricane Center says it has high confidence in its recent track forecast for Hurricane Irma. Long made...

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  • Katia dissipates over Mexico but heavy rainfall continues
Katia dissipates over Mexico but heavy rainfall continues

Sheets of rain swept through the deserted city of 400,000 people, pushing large puddles around empty streets that are usually filled with tour buses and taxi cabs. A man surveys the wreckage on his property after the passing of Hurricane Irma. Two other unsafe and strengthening hurricanes, Jose and Katia, are swirling in the Atlantic Ocean ba...

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  • Irma, Jose and Katia: 3 Atlantic Hurricanes As Seen from Space
Irma, Jose and Katia: 3 Atlantic Hurricanes As Seen from Space

Jose and Katia became hurricanes Wednesday afternoon, with maximum sustained winds of 75 miles per hour , the National Hurricane Center said. Hurricane Irma isn't the only storm that's roaring in the Atlantic . Large and destructive waves are expected on Mexico's coast, the advisory said. The north of Puerto Rico was also hit by th...

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  • Mostly sunny and warm this week
Mostly sunny and warm this week

Boulder should see highs in the 80s and afternoon showers throughout the week, according to the National Weather Service . Mostly sunny, with a high near 78. Tuesday night , a 30 percent chance of showers, mainly before 3 a.m. East wind 7 to 11 miles per hour. High near 67. Chance of precipitation is 100%.

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  • GROUND COVER PLANTING - groundcover
GROUND COVER PLANTING - groundcover

Separate them so that the distance between them is approximately or equal to their maximum width. If they take too long to grow reduces the distance a little. Place them in the holes so that they grow on the same level as the soil in which they grew in the pots. Separate roots and refill. Press the plant gently into place.

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  • Koreans in Japan wary of tensions with North, worry about backlash
Koreans in Japan wary of tensions with North, worry about backlash

Mexico on Thursday said it had given the ambassador, Kim Hyong Gil , 72 hours to leave Mexico in order to express its "absolute rejection" of North Korea's recent nuclear activity, describing it as a grave threat to the region and the world.

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  • Bangladesh minister speaks of 'genocide' in Myanmar's Rakhine
Bangladesh minister speaks of 'genocide' in Myanmar's Rakhine

Earlier this week, Bangladesh lodged a protest after it said Myanmar had laid landmines near the border between the two countries. But he said those displaced include members of the Rohingya ethnic group and non-Rohingya in the area. Yesterday, retired South African cleric and anti-apartheid campaigner Archbishop Desmond Tutu urged Ms Suu Kyi...

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  • BC Budget 2017: Here Are The Winners And Losers
BC Budget 2017: Here Are The Winners And Losers

PST is not charged on residential electricity bills, and B.C.is one of few places where the tax applies to business bills. Finance Minister Carole James said the B.C. The updated NDP numbers boosted spending overall by $1.67 billion, compared to the Liberals, while taking in $1.6 billion in additional new revenue.

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  • Amantenatura
Amantenatura

It is what you have to navigate social networks and "bump" with an advertisement that professional or amateur photographers were looking for and think ... In successive emails send you the link where you can track - status of your order. Shipping I ordered it on Sunday June 4 and I received it on Monday the 12th, but considering that I was lea...

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  • Tropical Storm Jose expected to become hurricane
Tropical Storm Jose expected to become hurricane

Luis Felipe Puente, head of Mexico's national emergency services, said this week that Katia has "worrying characteristics" because it is very slow-moving and could dump a lot of rain on areas that have been saturated in recent weeks. The storm isn't near land, so no warnings are in effect. Like Irma, Jose is a Cape Verde hurricane, a type of stor...

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  • Hurricane Irma weakens to Category 1 storm, heads north with wind, rain
Hurricane Irma weakens to Category 1 storm, heads north with wind, rain

Irma at one time was the most powerful hurricane ever recorded in the open Atlantic, a Category 5 with a peak wind speed of 185 miles per hour (300 kph), and its approach set off alarm in Florida . For the first time ever, a tropical storm warning was issued in Atlanta, which sits more than 250 miles from the ocean. Gainesville Regional Utilit...

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  • UMich ranked 4th best public university by US News & World Report
UMich ranked 4th best public university by US News & World Report

Tulane University is in a two-way tie for 40th among national universities after finishing in a five-way tie for 39th past year. "This consistency and durability over many years results from the hard work and accomplishments of our faculty, staff, students and alumni, and I hope it will remind prospective students and their families that UVA remain...

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  • Reckless behaviour needs global response
Reckless behaviour needs global response

Stoltenberg, however, declined to comment on whether the USA territory of Guam in the Pacific, located 3,200km from North Korea, was covered by NATO's Article 5. Earlier in August, amid spiraling tensions, Pyongyang said that it was working on a plan to launch a medium-range ballistic missile at the United States base in Guam.

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  • Irma Has Left Nearly 6 Million People in Florida Without Power
Irma Has Left Nearly 6 Million People in Florida Without Power

ET at Cudjoe Key, Fla., with winds sustained near 130 miles per hour. In fact, people living hundreds of kilometres outside of the cone will feel Irma's wrath, with hurricane-force winds extending 200km in diameter. With rough conditions persisting across Florida, many communities in Irma's wake feared what destruction would be revealed as daylig...

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  • Georgia Power prepare to tackle outages
Georgia Power prepare to tackle outages

Outage Map - Housed within the Outage & Storm Center, Georgia Power's interactive Outage Map provides near real-time information, allowing users to see where outages are occurring across the state and track estimated restoration times.

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  • Nitish talks to mother and uncle of Pradyumna
Nitish talks to mother and uncle of Pradyumna

A clss II student of Ryan International School was found murdered with his throat slit inside a toilet of Ryan International School on Friday, triggering public outrage. It has sought a "free, fair, independent and fearless investigation including an enquiry and investigation by CBI" under the supervision of the court.

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  • Dennis Rodman offers to 'straighten things out' between Trump & N. Korea's Kim
Dennis Rodman offers to 'straighten things out' between Trump & N. Korea's Kim

Tensions between the USA and North Korea are heightened following Pyongyang's recent missile tests and Trump's warnings that he will not tolerate its actions. A US-drafted resolution obtained by AFP also called for banning textile exports and ending payments made to North Korean labourers sent overseas, further depriving the regime of revenue to pu...

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