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USA threatened by 2 hurricanes; watches issued


On the forecast track, the center of Maria will be near the Leeward Islands Monday or Monday night. Hurricane season comes to an end November 30, however, development is still possible thereafter. The storm has strengthened into a Category 1 hurricane with winds of 90 miles per hour, and is forecast to continue moving toward the eastern Caribbean at 13 miles per hour, reports CNN . Read More »

We have to get Dhoni early, says Zampa


And here, sometimes I think you've got to try and bowl a bad ball, almost, to buck the pressure off you, to get a player off strike. "I bowled three bowls which was full, so he got the distance". Hardik's a very good player. Australia were set a target of 164 runs in 21 overs through Duckworth and Lewis System after rain finally relented in Chennai . Read More »

Nigerian leader addresses United Nations after health woes


President Jacob Zuma is in NY where he'll address the United Nations General Assembly world affairs debate on Wednesday. Guterres had identified his major priority as achieving sustainable peace and security through conflict prevention by establishing a "culture of prevention" in the United Nations, which South Africa fully supported. Read More »

US Sets Up First Permanent Base In Israel


The Israeli brigadier general also told reporters the establishment of a permanent United States base in Israel "allows us to improve our defense, in discovery and in interception and in preparedness". The Israeli Defense Force (IDF) reports the new base will be at an undisclosed location in southern Israel. He added it would allow for an improvement in interception operations. Read More »

Madras High Court to hear plea of 18 MLAs today


This comes after eight of the 18 pro-Dhinakaran MLAs disqualified by the Tamil Nadu Assembly Speaker yesterday had moved the Madras High Court challenging the action against them under the anti-defection law. "They have only told the governor that they did not have faith in the chief minister". "18 MLAs disqualified to manufacture a majority for paralysed TN Govt. Read More »

World running out of antibiotics, WHO warns


The report, "Antibacterial agents in clinical development - an analysis of the antibacterial clinical development pipeline, including Mycobacterium tuberculosis ", is available here , according to WHO. Out of 51 new drugs under development, the agency classifies only eight as adding any value to current treatments. Adding to the fear is the fact that it is likely that the speed of increasing resistance will outpace the slow drug development process. Read More »

Nerf guns can cause serious eye injuries and internal bleeding, doctors warn


Experts from the UK's leading eye hospital said bullets from the guns and blasters could lead to internal bleeding around the eye as well as issues such as blurred vision. They said that a projectile Nerf bullet travelling at high speed can cause irreversible damage. Julie Duffy, senior vice president for global communications for Nerf's maker, Hasbro Inc., wrote in an email that Nerf foam darts and foam rounds are not hazardous when used properly. Read More »

Second case of West Nile confirmed in York County


Most people bitten by an infected mosquito suffer from West Nile Fever, which the Indiana State Department of Health calls "a milder form of the illness" and can include headache, fever, body aches, or a rash. In rare cases, severe illness such as meningitis or even death can occur. People over age 50 and those with compromised immune systems are at a higher risk. Read More »

Galaxy Note 8 is available in stores and it looks fantastic


It just launched an updated promo that gives you a 64GB iPhone 8 for free with a trade-in and an 18-month lease. The Korean firm started taking Note 8 preorders in its home country on September 7. Get Data Sheet , Fortune's technology newsletter. The cheeky deal runs from now until October 8th with Samsung's only conditions stating that the iPhone must be able to power up, be an iPhone 4 or newer and must not be a blacklisted device. Read More »

US, allies use warplanes to show force to N. Korea


Several Pentagon officials say Mattis was not signaling that tactical nuclear weapons are likely to be placed in South Korea . "We likewise continue to urge the DPRK to abide by the relevant United Nations Security Council resolutions, as the Philippines remains committed to complying with the same", he added. Read More »

Second Man Arrested In Connection To London Attack

He was taken to a south London police station for questioning but he has yet to be charged or identified. After the rush-hour bombing, British officials raised the country's terror threat level to the highest level, "critical", meaning an attack may be imminent. Read More »

Razorbacks to wear Cowboys-inspired uniforms for Texas A&M game


A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin met with reporters Tuesday afternoon inside the Kyle Field Media Center and shared his thoughts on the team leading up to the game with the Razorbacks. The Rams will return the home-and-home to Arkansas in 2017. New Mexico State is 1-2 this season following a 27-24 loss to Troy over the weekend. A determination is made each May whether Arkansas will play its regular-season finale on the day after Thanksgiving. Read More »

Urgent call to stop the 'ethnic cleansing' of Rohingyas


She said her government was prepared to begin verifying the 400,000 refugees who had fled into Bangladesh, in preparation for their repatriation. Suu Kyi condemned any human rights violations, as well as any " unlawful violence ". She said that during the ministerial meeting in NY there "was unanimity in the view that the violence must end and that there be a ceasefire". "Myanmar is a complex nation". Read More »

Violence Erupts After Vigil for Slain Georgia Tech Student


Smoke bombs thrown at police/us, then the @ georgiatech police auto got torched with a flare under the hood. Georgia Tech University issued an emergency alert and asked student to stay inside. Police in the video can be heard yelling, "Nobody wants to hurt you", after Schultz's repeated calls for them to shoot him. Officers provided multiple verbal commands and attempted to speak with Schultz who was not cooperative and would not comply with the officers' commands. Read More »

Eden Hazard to Start For Chelsea in League Cup Tie vs Forest

And Conte has confirmed that Hazard is in line for a starting place. He is ready to start. 'We are managing the situation very well and he is ready to start. "We are going to play". He is focused, he is working very well and he understood his mistake. Antonio Conte has suggested that he will give some of the youth players a chance against Nottingham Forest midweek, report the London Evening Standard . Read More »

Cologne claims are ´ridiculous and grotesque´, says Dortmund´s Zorc


Cologne is winless in the Bundesliga, bottom of the table and the only team without a point. Despite the festive atmosphere, many of them did not have tickets and the match, won 3-1 by Arsenal, was delayed for an hour by crowd problems. The VAR intervened a second time in the 59th minute, this time rightfully awarding a penalty after a Cologne defender blocked a shot with his arm in the box. Read More »

WWE Raw Superstars That Need a Win the Most at No Mercy


Banks and Bayley then lay out Bliss before the segment ends. WWE has since announced that she has been added to the Raw Women's Championship match this weekend, making the match a Fatal Five-Way. The King of the Cruiserweights then counters a moonsault, following it up with the Rings of Saturn submission maneuver. Tonight's main event has huge implications. Read More »

Fans hopeful Super Eagles will qualify for semi-finals


The home-based Super Eagles drew their first two Group 1 games and they need to defeat Ghana in order to advance to the semi-finals. Nigeria on Thursday were held to a goalless draw by Mali in their first group match having eliminated Sierra Leone in the knock stage. Read More »

Hundreds of people are marching in a walk to end Alzheimer's


Held annually in more than 600 communities nationwide, the Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer's® is the world's largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer's care, support and research. Alicia Crook says, "It's just had a huge impact on our family, so we want to get everybody out and raise a lot of money to find a cure". In 2016, the twelve walks held by the Alzheimer's association of MA and New Hampshire raised a total of $4 million dollars, contributing to the more ... Read More »

Evacuation orders issued for Puerto Rico as Hurricane Maria closes in

Monday for the US Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. Maria was forecast Sunday to surge to major hurricane strength as it nears the storm-battered eastern Caribbean with 85 mile (140 kilometer) per hour winds , the US National Hurricane Center said , on a path similar to that of mega storm Irma earlier in the month. Read More »

New Technique Delivers Multiple Vaccine Doses in One Shot


Nguyen, now an assistant professor of mechanical engineering at the University of CT. The research began as part of a project funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, which focused on identifying ways to ensure babies in developing nations receive all vaccines needed within the first year or two of their lives. Read More »

Here's how Hurricane Jose could affect NYC


Those islands include Puerto Rico and the USA and British Virgin Islands. Hurricane Maria is now a category 3 hurricane , and the National Hurricane Center (NHC) expects it to continue to strengthen as it moves across the Caribbean. Hurricane Hugo killed five people in Puerto Rico in 1989, and Hurricane Georges caused more than $1.7 billion in damage to the island in 1998. Jose is expected to bring strong winds and rain to Bermuda today and into tomorrow after it passes to the islands ... Read More »

Group recommends guidelines for teens getting tattoos


Fae got her first tattoo when she was 16. Most of those students said they got their tattoos in the ninth grade. A 2016 poll found that 3 in 10 US adults had at least 1 tattoo (Shannon-Missal). "Adolescents may overestimate the effectiveness of tattoo removal when having one placed and should be instructed that tattoo placement is permanent, and it is expensive and sometimes hard to remove them", the report reads. Read More »

Delhi police arrests Al-Qaida terror suspect


Shauman Haq, 27, was arrested near Vikas Marg following a tip-off by Delhi Police's Special Cell, an official said . His father was from Bangladesh, but later moved to London and started a business there. While being in Syria, their group came to know about the "atrocities" on Rohingya Muslims of Myanmar. Ahmed is a suspected member of Ansarullah Bangla Team (ABT), that is an al-Qaeda-inspired group in Bangladesh. Read More »

Bank Nifty tops 25000 again; 90 points short from all-time high


After nearly a month-and-half, the NSE Nifty50 closed at a new record high on Monday as positive global cues, along with healthy buying in automobile, capital goods and consumer durables stocks, lifted investors' sentiments. Market breadth was in the favour of gainers, with about 2 stocks advancing to every 1 stock that declined. Vinod Nair, Head of Research, Geojit Financial Services, said: "Market advanced and touched another historic high on firm global cues". Read More »

Kate Walsh Opens Up About Having a Brain Tumor


Her Pilates instructor noticed that her right side was dipping, she started swerving while driving and soon after that, she experienced aphasia, becoming unable to find her words and finish her sentences. "I really pushed to see a neurologist, I just had an instinct". "The exhaustion got to the point where I could drink five cups of coffee and still not feel awake or clear", she told Cosmopolitan . Read More »