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Two arrested over London train attack

A second terror suspect has been arrested in a sweep by police in the United Kingdom who are investigating a bomb attack on a train in London . Rudd cautioned that the investigation was ongoing and that Britain still faced a substantial threat even though the terror level had been reset to "severe" from "critical". Read More »

Worker injured while reparing ride at Central Carolina Fair in Greensboro


Two boys, ages 5 and 7, were in the malfunctioning carriage while the worker was trying to fix it. KTRK reports the ride operator stopped the Ferris wheel around 9:45 p.m. An employee with Michael's Amusements sustained minor injuries while attempting to adjust the gondola vehicle back into place. The fair worker climbed up the ride and tried to dislodge the auto that was stuck. Read More »

People demands reforms in local trains over the new bullet train


Asked about the India-Japan project, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang said on Wednesday, "China is pleased to see the infrastructure cooperation among regional countries including on high speed railway, and we stand ready to promote cooperation with India and other regional countries to promote regional development". Read More »

Two killings in Louisiana believed to be racially motivated


L'Jean McKneely told the Associated Press . The general manager of Louie's Cafe where Smart worked said that the employee was "without peer" and urged people not to view him as just another murder victim. "I can't state", she told the AP. Smart had a son and two daughters, said his aunt, Mary Smart. A manhunt was launched shortly after Donald Smart, 49, was found gunned down in a roadway around 11 p.m. Read More »

Family of 4 killed in Rifle area plane wreck identified


Rescue teams were able to land at the crash site about nine miles north of Glenwood Springs near Baxter Peak and soon determined there were no survivors. Jeff Makepeace was born in Naples, Fla., and was raised there and in NY. The twins attended fourth grade at Bauder Elementary School. "Our family's hearts have been broken by this tragic accident", the statement said. Read More »

Rohingya Muslim issue may prevail at UN General Assembly


He and the thousands of others living in the camp, which lies just a few hundred metres from a barbed wire fence that marks Myanmar territory, have regular food deliveries and access to clean water, medicines and even a rudimentary washing area. Read More »

Caribbean islands prepare for Hurricane Maria

A second powerful storm in as many weeks was bearing down on a string of battered Caribbean islands on Sunday, with forecasters saying that Maria had strengthened into a hurricane and would intensify before hitting the Leeward Islands on Monday night. Read More »

Tropical Storm Maria expected to strengthen into hurricane


John, told Fox News recovery has "been a mess". That would make it a Category 2 storm on the Saffir-Simpson scale. Tropical Storm Maria is moving toward the west-northwest at about 15 miles per hour. Tracking the Tropics: " Jose " will stay northeast of Florida but could threaten the upper US coast... there are several other areas to watch over the Atlantic Basin though nothing imminent for Jacksonville. Read More »

Hurricane Will Possibly Weaken Into Tropical Storm, Says NHC


Jose is now a Category 2 Hurricane with sustained winds of 100 miles per hour. Hurricane Jose is now travelling in a clockwise circle, but could go north later in the week. However, the sprawling high pressure that brought the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast such gorgeous weather this weekend is about to get in Jose's way. Both storms followed a similar path, moving west across the Atlantic before making a sharp turn to the north. Read More »

Philippine army captures key Maute base in Marawi


ILIGAN CITY, Philippines ( UPDATED ) - Hostaged Marawi priest Father Teresito "Chito" Soganub was rescued Saturday night, September 16, along with another hostage who is yet to be named. Government troops spread out through the main battle zone to intercept terrorists who were trying to escape. Fighting between state troops and Islamic State-linked terrorists has been raging for almost four months in Marawi, leaving at least 845 dead, majority terrorists, and hundreds of thousands ... Read More »

China denounces North Korea's missile launch


Honestly, I think the United States should be doing...much more than now, so that there's real effective global cooperation on this issue". An oil pipeline that supplies 90 per cent of North Korea's crude has been excluded from the latest United Nations sanctions against Pyongyang in part for one very practical reason: once China turns it off, it can't be easily turned back on again, Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post said on Wednesday. Read More »

United States may close Cuba embassy over alleged attack


It's a very serious issue with respect to the harm that certain individuals have suffered. "We've brought some of those people home", he added. The U.S. The US reopened its embassy in Havana in 2015 following decades of frozen relations. But tensions mounted again after Obama's successor, Donald Trump, who won many Cuban-American votes by promising a tough line, rolled back detente. Read More »

Albright calls for diplomatic approach to North Korea crisis

Those sanctions went after North Korea's oil and textile industries, seeking to deal a severe economic blow by significantly cutting the number of imports other countries would receive from the North. Trump has said the U.S. and its allies will not be intimidated by the reclusive nation. McMaster also said the reports are false. Trump said as much earlier this year when he announced his decision to withdraw. Read More »

Georgia Tech Student and LGBT Activist Shot Dead by Campus Police


Georgia Tech said Schultz was a fourth-year computer engineering major from the Atlanta suburb of Lilburn. When officers arrived, they made contact with Schultz, who officers said was armed with a knife. A vigil will be held to honor Schultz's life on Monday evening at 8 the Georgia Tech Campanile. A knife is not visible in the cellphone video seen by CNN. Read More »

Trey Gowdy Wants James Comey Back Before Congress For Questioning


Gowdy also responded to reports that Comey may have decided Clinton was innocent of wrongdoing before he actually finished his probe of Clinton's private server. Clinton writes in her book that she was stunned by Rosenstein's memo. "How far back, whether it was two weeks or two months, quite frankly is immaterial to me". Read More »

Second man held over Parsons Green bombing


The "severe" threat level indicates British authorities now believe another attack is highly likely, while the "critical" designation meant an attack was seen as imminent. Home Secretary Rudd further said that she would urge everyone to be vigilant but not alarmed. She added there was "no evidence" to back up Islamic State's claim there were more "live" explosive devices. Read More »

Four US tourists attacked with acid in Marseille, France


The students were identified as Courtney Siverling, Charlotte Kaufman, Michelle Krug and Kelsey Korsten. The attacker was a 41-year-old woman who is mentally unstable, police said. She spoke on condition of anonymity, per the French judicial system. The women are said to be in their early 20s and were sprayed with hydrochloric acid. Read More »

Colts To Go With Brissett Against The Cardinals In Home Opener


Hooker had an interception of Arizona QB Carson Palmer , killing a second-quarter drive. "He builds relationships with guys and is a great motivator to get guys to play hard". Brissett was the third-string quarterback for the New England Patriots before he was traded to the Colts for wide receiver Phillip Dorsett last week. Read More »

Bangladesh to limit movement of Rohingya


Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar have fled to neighboring Bangladesh's southeastern coastal region of Ukhiya because of violence in their homeland. Children below five years will be administered polio vaccines while kids from six months to five years will be provided vitamin A capsules, the surgeon said. Read More »

N. Korea's Latest Missile Test Renews US Talk of Military Option


Trump called Kim Jong-un a rocket man as North Korea recently launched many ballistic missiles and also conducted its most powerful nuclear test . Trump revealed he had discussed the growing nuclear crisis on the Korean peninsula with president Moon Jae-in during a phone conversation on Saturday. Read More »

Trump Retweets Mock Video of Golf Shot Knocking Over Hillary


It's unclear why the president would choose this moment to mock Clinton , whom he defeated in the presidential election last November. The tweets come after a week in which Clinton has released her memoir and North Korea launched a ballistic missile over Japan. Read More »

After Irma, the Island of Barbuda Remains Deserted


His presence on Barbuda and the fact that he could personally give comfort and hope to the traumatised, bewildered and desperate people was decisive and invaluable. "It could be clothes, they've lost everything". "We've had most of the people we've brought over to Antigua in shelters", Sanders explained during an interview with PRI . Read More »

Ryan: Majority in Congress want to protect young immigrants


DACA has given almost 800,000 young people protection from deportation and the right to work legally in the country. "At the end of the day, I looked at talking to President Trump, I saw in him a real comfort and a whole demeanor that was easy and comfortable", Manchin said of the meeting. Read More »

Yankees pound Orioles again in the Bronx

In the season series, the Orioles hold a 7.89 ERA against the Yankees and a 10.73 mark in NY. More importantly, those home runs gave the Yankees a 12th win in 16 games since they were swept in a three-game series at home by the Cleveland Indians Aug. Read More »

Simran vs Lucknow Central box office collection updates are here


It earned 2.82 crores on Saturday to take its total collection to 4.86 crores. It managed to generate some buzz due to its star cast , theme and trailer. All with the help of NGO worker Gayatri Kashyap (either sulky and pouty or dour and pouty Diana Penty ) and the blessings of the litti-chokha-eating minister (deliberately but successfully hammy Ravi Kissen). Read More »

National POW-MIA Day Observed in Norristown


To this day, more than 83,000 American war veterans, dating as far back as World War II, remain unaccounted for. "We made it home". Outside the Nacogdoches library, a Missing Man Table Ceremony was held at the Vietnam Memorial. His wife is an Army veteran. And Jackson served in the Korean War himself. Tim Hempton of Walpole, who is a Republican candidate for the state Senate representing Foxboro, said he attended the event, "out of respect for the military". Read More »

Louis concert amid protests over police officer's acquittal on murder charge


Louis following the not-guilty verdict of a former white police officer, Jason Stockley , in the fatal shooting of a young black man, Anthony Lamar Smith . The 36-year-old was arrested in May 2016 and accused of planting a gun in Smith's auto, but he said he had acted in self-defence. A gun found in Smith's auto only carried DNA from Stockley. Read More »

Pelosi, top White House official open on border security


By his thoughtless action, President Trump could severely damage the American economy. Earlier in the morning, Trump announced via Twitter that, although "no deal was made" on the DACA program , developments were underway. Not that Merriam-Webster is the source of all law made in the US, but any reasonable hewing to the spirit and definition of the word "amnesty" would seem to mean either legal citizenship or some sort of permanent legal, non-citizen status for "Dreamers". Read More »