• White House deeply troubled by Rohingya crisis
White House deeply troubled by Rohingya crisis

Once lauded by the worldwide community for standing up to the Myanmar military, Aung San Suu Kyi has been sharply criticised around the world for her failure to condemn brutal attacks on her country's Muslim minority now she is the effective leader.

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

As of 5 a.m. EDT (0900 GMT) this morning, Hurricane Jose is growing in strength as it moves west-northwestward, carrying sustained winds of 90 miles per hour (145 km/h). It has been hurtling through the Caribbean been moving with sustained winds of close to 150mph - here's the latest on the hurricane. But even after Irma runs its course...

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  • Hurricane Katia intensifies in the Gulf of Mexico
Hurricane Katia intensifies in the Gulf of Mexico

It is now a Category 1 hurricane, according to Agence France-Presse. Hurricane watches have now been issued for the islands of Antigua and Barbuda. Tourists in the state are already under a mandatory evacuation order, which began yesterday, NZT.

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  • Oil steady as USA refining demand rises but ample crude supplies weigh
Oil steady as USA refining demand rises but ample crude supplies weigh

EDT (2030 GMT) on Tuesday and the EIA report is scheduled at 10:30 a.m. EDT on Wednesday. While Harvey's effects were slowly fading, the massive Hurricane Irma hit Caribbean islands overnight with wind speeds up to 185 miles per hour (295 km/h) and was heading for Florida , where fuel shortages were reported as gas stations struggled to keep u...

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  • Deal expands state of emergency to include all 159 counties
Deal expands state of emergency to include all 159 counties

The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch for all of southern Florida and the Florida Keys until midnight Eastern Time. But because of the size of the hurricane, Florida's east coast remains in danger, including from storm surges that will easily overwhelm some areas.

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  • Japan PM warns N.Korea against continuing nuclear program
Japan PM warns N.Korea against continuing nuclear program

South Korean President Moon Jae-in said Moscow and Seoul have agreed to develop projects involving North Korea . "We all know how this happened and people in North Korea remember well what happened in Iraq". "We should be concerned, but we should also cooperate to resolve the issue". Meanwhile, in South Korea, dozens of people were reportedly ...

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  • Music prodigy Karan Joseph from Bengaluru ends life in Mumbai
Music prodigy Karan Joseph from Bengaluru ends life in Mumbai

After pressure from the family, the Bandra police on Monday registered a first information report (FIR) against unknown persons for abetment of suicide in the pianist death case. No suicide note was recovered from the spot. The music industry was taken aback by Joseph's suicide. Over the years, he played piano and performed at many events a...

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  • Trump to Allow South Korea, Japan to Buy More US Military Equipment
Trump to Allow South Korea, Japan to Buy More US Military Equipment

Dozens of people were injured in clashes between South Korean protesters and police Thursday as the US military added more launchers to the high-tech missile-defense system it installed in a southern town to better cope with North Korean threats.

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  • Sheep Aurelia | Girl outlet
Sheep Aurelia | Girl outlet

The result I liked so much that I felt like knitting a beret, let's see if I find the time to do it before winter arrives. The original pattern written and with videos tutorials can see it in this link: http: //www.tejiendoperu.com/amigurumi/oveja/ I used baby wool to make it.

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  • North Korea warns of harsh response if new sanctions imposed
North Korea warns of harsh response if new sanctions imposed

Security Council this week. According to Chinese customs data, North Korea imports almost 2.2 million barrels a year in petroleum products, but some US officials believe the true number is much higher: about 4.5 million barrels. The North's Foreign Ministry issued a statement early Monday saying it is watching the United States' moves closely and...

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  • Le Monde De Sucrette
Le Monde De Sucrette

Now, I'm working on my bedspread birds ... .do you remember it? It's been a while since I've crochet these lovely grannies and I missed them ... Actually, all the squares are done and I'm finishing the last blue round for each one ...

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  • Pyongyang Threatens the United States with
Pyongyang Threatens the United States with "Great Suffering and Pain"

China , the North's main ally and key energy supplier, and Russian Federation have not clearly said whether they would support the new raft of sanctions. "A comprehensive assessment has concluded that this DPRK nuclear test has caused no environmental impact on China", the ministry said in a statement posted on its website, using the initials of ...

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  • Florida begins to dig out after Irma
Florida begins to dig out after Irma

After Florida colleges last week announced a spate of closures in response to Hurricane Irma , colleges in Alabama, Georgia, and SC are following suit as the storm - a Category 4 when it made landfall in Florida Sunday - heads north. In the Keys, though, he said "there is devastation". "These are storms of catastrophic severity and we are mars...

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  • Stamford Personal Injury Lawyer | Norwalk Car Accident Attorney | Stamford Workers' Compensation Law Firm
Stamford Personal Injury Lawyer | Norwalk Car Accident Attorney | Stamford Workers' Compensation Law Firm

I can help you if you have been injured as a result of a car accident, motorcycle accident, fire, slip-and-fall, medical malpractice, workplace injury or other type of negligence. We can also assist you if you want to close your workers' compensation case by way of a stipulated agreement. We put over a quarter of a century of experience to work hel...

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  • NKorea rejects United Nations sanctions, says U.S. will suffer
NKorea rejects United Nations sanctions, says U.S. will suffer

This year's anniversary came just after Pyongyang conducted its sixth and most powerful nuclear test to date last weekend, which it claimed as a detonation of a thermonuclear weapon built for its ICBMs. The website has carried videos that threatened the United States, including one suggesting that North Korea would launch a number of its new mid-ra...

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  • Gas Stations In Florida Running Out Of Fuel As Hurricane Irma Continues
Gas Stations In Florida Running Out Of Fuel As Hurricane Irma Continues

In one of the largest USA evacuations, almost 7 million people in the Southeast were warned to seek shelter, including 6.4 million in Florida alone. The weather service said Irma will bring "life-threatening wind impacts" to most of Florida . Irma, now downgraded to a tropical storm , ripped roofs off homes and caused flooding and powe...

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  • Ted Cruz appears to 'like' porn video on Twitter
Ted Cruz appears to 'like' porn video on Twitter

Lewd footage of the actors - two women and a man - appeared on Cruz's feed of liked tweets for no particular reason early Tuesday. However, the incident caused his name to trend on Twitter . " Pornography, with his harmful effects, especially on children , has become a public health crisis that is destroying the life of millions". He previous ...

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  • The flight that raced Hurricane Irma and won
The flight that raced Hurricane Irma and won

With windspeeds on the ground picking up, the race was on to get a full flight to its destination on time. With Hurricane Irma hovering ominously off the coast of Puerto Rico , most flights were turning around. Once the plane landed in San Juan at 12:41 p.m., Rabinowitz's audience watched the updates as the flight crew worked to quickly turn t...

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  • NFL Football Seattle Seahawks at Green Bay Packers Start Time, NFL Odds
NFL Football Seattle Seahawks at Green Bay Packers Start Time, NFL Odds

In the other Sunday evening games in the National Football League, the Los Angeles Rams secured a huge 46-9 home win over the Indianapolis Colts , while the Carolina Panthers bettered the San Francisco 49ers 32-3 along the Californian coast.

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  • Halimah Yacob set to become Singapore's first woman President
Halimah Yacob set to become Singapore's first woman President

Hours later, it emerged that Madam Halimah was the only presidential hopeful issued a certificate of eligibility, indicating that she will be declared the country's eighth president shortly after nominations close at noon tomorrow. The other applicants were from the private sector - Second Chance Properties chief Mohamed Salleh Marican, and Bourbon...

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