• Sagrada Familia evacuation: Barcelona police clear iconic church in anti-terror operation
Sagrada Familia evacuation: Barcelona police clear iconic church in anti-terror operation

The officers are investigating a van parked nearby. Spanish media is reporting that two people have been arrested in connection with the operation. Eyewitnesses reported armed police looking through bins, as they told shopkeepers to close their businesses.

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  • North Korea hit by new United Nations sanctions
North Korea hit by new United Nations sanctions

China, North Korea's sole ally and main trading partner, had strongly objected to an oil embargo initially sought by the United States out of fear that it would bring the North's economy to its knees. Along with settling for the compromise on oil, the US unsuccessfully tried to get a travel ban and freezes on the assets of North Korean leader Kim J...

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  • N Korea rejects United Nations sanctions, warns US
N Korea rejects United Nations sanctions, warns US

The report published Monday night cited official documents that showed increased tanker activity between North Korean shipping ports and the eastern Russian city of Vladivostok. The United States has assured to not want regime change, it is hard to directly target Kim Jong-un, has pleaded Moscow, according to a diplomatic source.

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  • U.S. officials mix messages on North Korean threat
U.S. officials mix messages on North Korean threat

Security Council to impose an oil embargo on North Korea, ban its exports of textiles and the hiring of North Korean laborers overseas, and to subject leader Kim Jong Un to an asset freeze and travel ban, according to a draft resolution seen by Reuters on Wednesday.

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  • Myanmar faces mounting pressure over Rohingya refugee exodus
Myanmar faces mounting pressure over Rohingya refugee exodus

Ethnic Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar's Rakhine state say security forces have set new fires to homes in a village. But the 1.1 million Rohingya are special, because they are nearly all Muslim. She also condemned the militants for their role in the violence, but said Myanmar's government should have dealt with the situation more patiently.

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  • Dutch King heads to Caribbean to support post-hurricane efforts
Dutch King heads to Caribbean to support post-hurricane efforts

So far four military flights loaded with troops and aid - including food, water, medicines and medical equipment - have been sent. "We have enough fresh water for all of us to survive for two weeks, if we ration", Catherine Clayton, whose family owns an eight-room hotel in Josiah's Bay, a relatively remote corner of the largest BVI island Tortola...

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  • American Century Companies Inc. Buys 360456 Shares of Callon Petroleum Company (CPE)
American Century Companies Inc. Buys 360456 Shares of Callon Petroleum Company (CPE)

Pfizer Inc now has $204.38 billion valuation. Hedge funds have lately purchased and unloaded stocks of the shares. Bluecrest Capital Management Ltd now holds 117,506 shares valued at $1,247,000. It also reduced Wells Fargo & Co New (NYSE:WFC) stake by 5,950 shares and now owns 307,539 shares. Equities analysts expect that Callon Petroleum Company...

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  • Will Go To Supreme Court On Srijan Scam, Warns Tejashwi Yadav
Will Go To Supreme Court On Srijan Scam, Warns Tejashwi Yadav

The RJD supremo is misleading the people of the state on the Srijan scam, Singh said adding "If Lalu Prasad has evidence with him then he should file the petition with the all the evidences before the Supreme Court and ask for its monitoring".

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  • Time was all Stefon Diggs, Sam Bradford needed to lift Vikings offense
Time was all Stefon Diggs, Sam Bradford needed to lift Vikings offense

Well, the Vikings came out with a laser focus and put a 29-19 pounding on the Saints . The game was not just a comeback for Minnesota Vikings' former running back. Minnesota's secondary played physical and while the pass rush only sacked Brees once, they were a constant presence in his face, forcing him to quickly release the ball.

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  • Putin Warns About Consequences of North Korea's Nuclear Activity
Putin Warns About Consequences of North Korea's Nuclear Activity

The news comes after Mr Trump has lambasted China for "failing" to help in the effort against North Korea and the USA ambassador for the UN, Nikki Haley, said North Korea's leader is "begging for war". Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May agreed in a telephone call on Tuesday that China must do more to persuade North Korea to cease its miss...

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  • Hurricane Jose On Irma's Heels while Hurricane Katia Forms
Hurricane Jose On Irma's Heels while Hurricane Katia Forms

Katia has developed in the Gulf of Mexico . Jose could become a hurricane as early as Thursday afternoon/evening. Tropical Storm Katia , meanwhile, is centered near Mexico with maximum sustained winds near 45 miles per hour. Bart was halted on Saturday with Jose closing in, while hurricane warnings put in place for Barbuda and Anguilla...

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  • The Birds of the Outer Banks: Cardinals
The Birds of the Outer Banks: Cardinals

Northern Cardinals are very territorial during the spring months. The rest of the year they are not territorial. Northern Cardinals build more than one nest during breeding season. Indigo Buntings like to live at the edge of the forest. Male Indigo Buntings can be heard singing to attract the female bird. Indigo Buntings of the most of their flying...

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  • The Zen Birdfeeder: Acceptance
The Zen Birdfeeder: Acceptance

We buried him but he has not left my mind since. Spring wildlife deaths bother me maybe the most. Whether it's roadkill or a bird in my own yard, spring deaths seem so unfair. Her on a perch or a feeder, I approach with her sweet offer of food, she kindly accepting his gift. A cardinal pair engaged in mate-feeding is likely to nest nearby.

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  • Weather: Strong winds and stormy weather set to batter London
Weather: Strong winds and stormy weather set to batter London

This is the second weather warning to be issued today with forecasters also issuing a weather warning for wind between 8pm on Tuesday [September 12] and 10am on Wednesday [September 13]. An additional wind warning is in place for Dublin . A deepening depression is expected to track eastwards across the centre of Ireland - from Galway t...

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  • Moy Park Purchased by Pilgrim's Pride for $1.3B
Moy Park Purchased by Pilgrim's Pride for $1.3B

The deal was approved unanimously by a special committee of Pilgrim's board of directors. "A badly delivered Brexit could have a big impact on Moy Park's supply chain, market access and particularly labour availability, so we hope this new relationship with Pilgrim's will help the local management team navigate these challenges and see the busi...

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  • Storm Katia rapidly weakens after making landfall near Tecolutla, Mexico
Storm Katia rapidly weakens after making landfall near Tecolutla, Mexico

For the first time in years, there are three hurricanes in the Atlantic. At this time, Jose is not expected to follow the same path as Irma. The closest land mass Jose will approach is the northern Leeward Islands, the same ones Irma just devastated.

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  • Indian-Americans open homes as hurricane Irma makes landfall
Indian-Americans open homes as hurricane Irma makes landfall

A drone video in Naples, where the storm arrived after making landfall at Marco Island, showed houses that were mostly still standing but that had sustained significant damage and were surrounded by floodwaters. Four people have died and millions are without power as Hurricane Irma rips across Florida , leaving a path of destruction in its wake....

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  • Biomes | ASU - Ask A Biologist
Biomes | ASU - Ask A Biologist

But sometimes, the way a group of things should be divided becomes a bit confusing. Let's think about dogs, for example. We can describe dogs as a large group of four-legged hairy friends with claws. Limits of Biomes You probably imagine a forest like a rainforest, where it is hot all year round. There are too many animals to count and the...

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  • Burlap flowers for rustic decoration -
Burlap flowers for rustic decoration -

For those of us who like it the rustic decoration, this fabric is very special and if we combine it with lace, embroidery and beads we can make really beautiful vintage style ornaments. we paint the fabric with the hardener, place it in a mold or simply fold it and hold it with a wooden clamp (the ones we use for clothing). So we get the shapes of ...

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  • De Rosa San Remo asking too much - Bike Forums
De Rosa San Remo asking too much - Bike Forums

Compared to my area, San Fran prices are usually about double. Its all about what the bike is worth to you, rather than the market, and your budget. While I think you can do better, it probably will not be local (in that size). I pick up every 18 inch and 19 inch road bike I can get my hands on, as they sell themselves.

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