• 1.5 million homes and businesses still without power in South Florida
1.5 million homes and businesses still without power in South Florida

Present forecast models are showing it hitting the tip of Florida on Sunday morning and raking the whole state as it moves north over the peninsula the following couple of days, the Miami-based National Hurricane Center said. He added, "Our nuclear plants, which are the most structurally sound in the world, are safe". The two facilities are Flori...

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  • Eyes Turn to Difficult-to-Predict Hurricane Jose
Eyes Turn to Difficult-to-Predict Hurricane Jose

NOAA's National Hurricane Center ( NHC ) 5am EDT advisory said the storm will weaken overnight as it continues to circle the Atlantic for the next 72 hours. "But then eventually move westward late this week and then more northward this weekend". A man walks among the destruction left by Hurricane Irma at the Phillipsburg Town Beach in Philipsbu...

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  • Plane caught by tree captured on camera
Plane caught by tree captured on camera

The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating the cause of the crash. It's too early to say if that is connected to the incident. Pilots at the terminal discussed what can go wrong in a failed go-around - or an aborted landing - but a staffer with Interstate Aviation, which runs the airport, told the Hartford Courant no one would comme...

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  • Day 2 Of Holly Bobo Trial Resumes With More Testimony
Day 2 Of Holly Bobo Trial Resumes With More Testimony

Zachary Adams goes to trial Monday in Savannah, Tennessee, about 100 miles southwest of Nashville. She was abducted and killed outside of her Tennessee home in 2011 . Jurors also heard from an eyewitness who lived near the Bobos' house. Prosecutors allege that Adams openly bragged to Autry about what he had done.

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  • Governor expected to expand Irma declaration Deal
Governor expected to expand Irma declaration Deal

With both North and SC issuing state of emergencies, AAA Carolinas is monitoring Irma to keep travelers informed. Officials said it was too early to decide if evacuations were necessary. The storm will also bring 15 to 20 miles per hour winds with frequent gusts reaching 30 miles per hour. That much water could produce unsafe flash flooding i...

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  • Family die after falling into volcanic crater in Italy
Family die after falling into volcanic crater in Italy

Only the seven-year-old stayed behind the barriers and was found suffering from shock. Italian daily La Stampa identified the victims as Massimo Carrer, 45, Torinese Zaramella, 42, Lorenzo, 11 and Alessio, 7, from Meolo in Venice. "It was the worst tragedy I've seen in my life, I'm a father too". The tragedy occurred at the crater of Solfata...

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  • Russian planes hit 180 terrorist targets near Syria's Akerbat over past day
Russian planes hit 180 terrorist targets near Syria's Akerbat over past day

The government's most recent advances have recovered swathes of territory in eastern Syria from Islamic State, which is being targeted in the same region in a campaign waged by USA -backed Kurdish and Arab militias. - Aiming to push Daesh from the city's eastern neighbourhoods . The Kurdish-led group fighting IS claimed that they have captured Dei...

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  • Environment and Sustainability
Environment and Sustainability

Millions of tons of plastic waste are deposited every year in the water, affecting natural ecosystems and by extension to us (think we can get to feed on fish contaminated), so it is necessary to implement systems that are capable of eliminating all these wastes.

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  • Irma Leaves Flooding and Destruction Across Florida — Surveying the Damage
Irma Leaves Flooding and Destruction Across Florida — Surveying the Damage

The figure represents nearly 60% of the state's electricity users, who were still experiencing power outage as of 9 p.m. EDT Monday, according to the state's Division of Emergency Management. But that doesn't mean all Floridians should try to go back home. St. Martin and St. Bart remained under tropical storm warnings as of Saturday evening.

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  • India And Belarus Sign Ten MOU's, Expand Ties In Defense Sector
India And Belarus Sign Ten MOU's, Expand Ties In Defense Sector

He was interacting with the President of the Republic of Belarus, Mr. Alexander Lukashenko, here today. He said there are vast possibilities in pharma, oil and heavy industries sectors. Leaders of the two countries will discuss various issues of mutual interest during this visit. India is also grateful for Belarus' support at various global platfor...

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  • Five-judge SC bench to review Panamagate verdict
Five-judge SC bench to review Panamagate verdict

The bench will be headed by Justice Ejaz Afzal Khan, while other two members include Justice Ijaz-ul-Ahsan and Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed. After preliminary argument, the judges accepted the plea and announced to ask the Chief Justice to from a five-member panel for the hearing of review petition.

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  • IN ANIMALS
IN ANIMALS

There are still at least 2 of the 3 needles I have seen last week, one of them ringed in Holland whose code Iñaki and Egoitz Ikaza read. Numenius phaeopus In the very beach of La Bola continues the curling antler Numenius phaeopus .

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  • Óscar López Rivera:
Óscar López Rivera: "I hope to leave this place unharmed" | The NY Times

López Rivera, years old, purges a 70-year sentence in the US after being sentenced for sedition for his links with the now-defunct group Armed Forces of National Liberation (FALN) In an exclusive telephone interview with this newspaper, López Rivera said that he was aware of the acts of solidarity of the last days to demand his release,...

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  • Iodine: MedlinePlus supplements
Iodine: MedlinePlus supplements

The most common side effects include nausea and stomach pain, runny nose, headache, metallic taste and diarrhea. In sensitive people, iodine can cause side effects, including lip and face swelling (angioedema), severe bleeding and bruising, fever, joint pain, enlarged lymph nodes, allergic reactions including rash and death.

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  • Drone footage shows damage Hurricane Irma caused in Naples, Florida
Drone footage shows damage Hurricane Irma caused in Naples, Florida

Florida Power & Light, the state's major electricity provider, has almost 20,000 workers deployed around the state. Just about a few hours ago, Hurricane Jose was moving at the speed of 16 miles per hour in a northwest direction and packed winds of 120 mph.

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  • Romney Would Run for Utah Senate if Hatch Retires
Romney Would Run for Utah Senate if Hatch Retires

Romney has yet to publicly commit to a Senate run, but he has reportedly made a decision to run in the event that Hatch steps down after his seventh term, two sources close to Romney told Utah Policy. Needless to say, Trump passed over Romney for the job, and was probably dangling it in front of him as a form of emotional abuse . He is widely po...

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  • Florida schools, colleges, universities to close in advance of Irma
Florida schools, colleges, universities to close in advance of Irma

Irma weakened slightly in the morning but was expected to pick up strength again before hitting the Sunshine State. The county's emergency management director, Bryan Koon, is calling the storm a possible "humanitarian crisis". "This is a life-threatening situation". President Donald Trump has declared a major disaster in Florida, which will a...

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  • The Boomerang Hurricane Jose
The Boomerang Hurricane Jose

The biggest inland hazards from hurricane remnants - flooding, wind gusts and tornadoes - will not be a problem for Virginia when it comes to Irma. Overnight lows will return to the upper 60s to low 70s. On Friday , it will generally be close to where it was on Monday and probably just about as strong. "Residents should continue to closely monitor...

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  • Hope Hicks To Be Named Communications Director
Hope Hicks To Be Named Communications Director

That work grew into a close relationship with the businessman-turned-politician, making Hicks one of the few White House aides who has avoided the infighting that has largely defined Trump's presidency. She has been the interim communications director since Anthony Scaramucci resigned in July . The Trump White House now has three women in major ...

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  • Hurricane Irma hits south Florida
Hurricane Irma hits south Florida

Rough surf churned up by approaching hurricane Irma damages the docks at Whale harbour in the Florida Keys on Saturday . "Stay inside. Stay safe", he added. More than 12,500 flights have been canceled to and from airports in the Caribbean and Florida because of the storm. No injuries were reported . - As many as 5.7 million customers a...

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