• Korea tensions ease slightly as United States officials play down war risks
Korea tensions ease slightly as United States officials play down war risks

North Korea continued its tough stance on Monday, saying the United States has mobilized a large number of weapons and troops for annual military drills with South Korea. However, North Korea reiterated its threats, with its official KCNA news agency saying "war can not be blocked by any power if sparks fly due to a small, random incident that was ...

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  • Ukrainian rocket manufacturer Pivdenmash denies link to N. Korean nuclear program
Ukrainian rocket manufacturer Pivdenmash denies link to N. Korean nuclear program

The latter company has a factory based in Dnipro, Ukraine, located inside a part of the country attempting to break away and join Russian Federation amid a military conflict, and US intelligence agencies believe the Soviet rockets in North Korea were likely made there, as the state-owned factory has struggled, The New York Times reported .

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  • Canadians among 18 dead in Burkina Faso attack
Canadians among 18 dead in Burkina Faso attack

No fewer than 18 people, including eight foreigners, were killed in the terrorists attack on a Turkish restaurant in the the Burkina Faso capital. At least 22 people were wounded. The president said in an earlier statement that the country will continue to fight and to do all it takes to defeat terrorism. "That is why I am calling for vigilance, so...

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  • Canada looking to boost NAFTA
Canada looking to boost NAFTA

The half-dozen Canadian objectives are dwarfed by the dozens of goals set out last month by the USA trade representative. It will come as Canada, the United States and Mexico prepare to start fresh trade talks on Wednesday in Washington D.C.

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  • White Moose in Sweden, a Rare Sight, Caught on Video
White Moose in Sweden, a Rare Sight, Caught on Video

A genetic variation causes moose with white (and even piebald) fur to occur naturally. The moose, discovered in Varmland, Sweden , appears to be just one of the 100 white moose that exist in the country. If they have pink or red eyes, they have albinism. Being the centre of such vital global moose news, Nilsson of course made it on Canada's CTV...

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  • Texas A&M won't host white nationalist rally
Texas A&M won't host white nationalist rally

Local white nationalist Preston Wiginton had planned a White Lives Matter march on the campus for September 11, drawing outrage on social media and among the A&M community. Raney made the announcement on the floor of the Texas House of Representatives just hours after lawmakers said they were working to stop the rally form taking place.

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  • Mike Tomlin tempered enthusiasm about TJ Watt starting for Steelers
Mike Tomlin tempered enthusiasm about TJ Watt starting for Steelers

The Houston Texans star checked his phone after a team meeting to see a text from Grammy Award-winning rapper Kendrick Lamar alerting him to the T.J.'s work in Pittsburgh preseason game. It was such an awesome moment to see him go out there and do what he does. I was like, wait a second, what did my little brother do? I'm very excited to watch ...

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  • Mattis warns of risk of war if NKorea fires at USA soil
Mattis warns of risk of war if NKorea fires at USA soil

World stocks rose along with U.S. Treasury yields and the U.S. dollar as investors regained an appetite for riskier investments amid an easing of Korea tensions. "There's allies that we consult with". Pompeo and McMaster defended Trump's sometimes personal message aimed at Kim. "Our response is we are prepared militarily to deal with this if nece...

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  • Legendary former Arkansas Razorbacks coach, AD Frank Broyles dies
Legendary former Arkansas Razorbacks coach, AD Frank Broyles dies

In 1973, Broyles was named UA Director of Athletics, a title he balanced with his head coaching duties until 1976 when he retired as Razorback head coach. "It took the entire state coming behind the Razorbacks for us to be competitive in the Southwest Conference". Broyles was from Decatur, Georgia.

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  • Police officer probed for mocking Charlottesville attack victim on Facebook
Police officer probed for mocking Charlottesville attack victim on Facebook

The screenshot of the comment made by Conrad lives on, as seen below, from people who are retweeting the hateful comment from the Springfield police officer on Twitter. John Delaney. Dozens of people contacted the Springfield Police Department, and within hours Springfield Police Commissioner John Barbieri responded.

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  • Drunk air passenger arrests up 50%
Drunk air passenger arrests up 50%

One anonymous crew member told Panorama: "The code of conduct isn't working..." A former crew member, Ally Murphy, who quit in October last year after 14 years, told "Panorama": "People just see us as barmaids in the sky", and added she had been groped on occasion by drunken passengers.

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  • U.S. has 'no interest' in North Korea regime change: Mattis, Tillerson
U.S. has 'no interest' in North Korea regime change: Mattis, Tillerson

Tension on the Korean peninsula eased slightly on Monday as South Korea's president said resolving North Korea's nuclear ambitions must be done peacefully. However, North Korea reiterated its threats, with its official KCNA news agency saying "war can not be blocked by any power if sparks fly due to a small, random incident that was unintentional".

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  • Solar Eclipse: Central Florida schools take measures to protect students
Solar Eclipse: Central Florida schools take measures to protect students

Farmington was the last of the local districts to announce plans to close on the date of the total solar eclipse. "While it should be common sense not to stare directly at the sun with your naked eyes, this advice will be even more important during this event", a Boone County Schools statement read.

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  • Named, shamed and SACKED: Twitter users ID demo right-wingers from Charlottesville protest
Named, shamed and SACKED: Twitter users ID demo right-wingers from Charlottesville protest

The sacking came after he was identified by Yes, You're Racist , a Twitter user who has been publicly naming and shaming those who attended the rally under the hashtag #ExposetheAltRight . Cvjetanovic added: "As a white nationalist, I care for all people". "We deserve a future for our children and for our culture". "They are slandering me and th...

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  • Gorka backpedals on Tillerson comments, blames 'fake news industrial complex'
Gorka backpedals on Tillerson comments, blames 'fake news industrial complex'

CLAMAN: So you're denying that you said it's inappropriate, perhaps, for Rex Tillerson to have told the American people to calm down? Democrats in Congress, led by Rep. Gore said that Trump "inherited a very unsafe situation" from previous world leaders and so should not be blamed entirely for the escalation, which most recently saw North Kor...

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  • Auto ploughs into pizzeria outside Paris, killing young girl
Auto ploughs into pizzeria outside Paris, killing young girl

The car's driver was arrested after his vehicle hit the terrace of the cafe in Sept-Sorts, according to BFMTV . According to the BBC, the incident is not being treated as a terrorist attack, rather it is being reported the driver was attempting to commit suicide.

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  • James Fields, accused driver in Charlottesville attack, appears in court
James Fields, accused driver in Charlottesville attack, appears in court

For the last five years of her life, Heyer was a paralegal at Miller Law Group, a law firm that mainly handles bankruptcy, real estate, and wills. Weimer said Fields was a big Trump supporter because of what he believed to be Trump's views on race.

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  • Iranian Drone Buzzes US Aircraft Carrier, Creates 'Potential For Collision'
Iranian Drone Buzzes US Aircraft Carrier, Creates 'Potential For Collision'

Naval Forces Central. The USS Nimitz is now stationed in the Persian Gulf for the goal of deploying sorties against the Islamic State as part of Operation Inherent Resolve. Of the incidents at sea past year, the worst involved Iranian forces capturing and holding overnight 10 USA sailors who strayed into the Islamic Republic's territorial waters.

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  • Hopes fading for diver missing off Donegal coast
Hopes fading for diver missing off Donegal coast

He was last seen on Thursday when he set out on his hike. The alarm was raised by two children shortly after they had gone out on the canoe with the man, and managed to swim back to shore after they ended up in the water. Lough Swilly Lifeboat has been joined by Portrush Lifeboat as well as the Irish Coastguard's Rescue Helicopter and a number ...

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  • Gas Prices Up to Start the Week
Gas Prices Up to Start the Week

In Vermont, the average price was $2.36 per gallon, down 1.3 cents from the previous week. The national average has increased 9.8 cents per gallon during the last month and stands 22.4 cents per gallon higher than this day one year ago. The average in Georgia remained at $2.23 while the national average rose 1 cent to $2.35. Gas prices in Florida...

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