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Something Doesn't Quite Add Up With ISIS Claim Of Las Vegas Shooting


Daesh has claimed the Las Vegas concert shooting which left at least 59 people dead and over 500 injured; however, U.S. officials have said there is no known link to global terrorism . Investigators are still looking for clues to explain what drove Paddock, a high-stakes gambler and retired accountant, to gun down 58 people from his high-rise hotel room in the worst mass shooting in modern USA history. Read More »

Six-year-old sexually assaulted in Delhi school, sweeper arrested


The child's father said the woman employee who was supposed to assist children was not in the washroom at the time. The police have arrested a member of the school staff in connection with the case. "The victim returned from the school and informed her parents, who then went back to the school and met the Principal", the DCP said. My daughter shouted and rushed to her class, " he said. Read More »

Duke Energy Corporation 5.125% (NYSE:DUKH) Trading Volume Significantly Lower

Traders are more bearish on shares of Duke Energy Corporation 5.125% of late at least if you consider the motion in short interest. It has underperformed by 0.03% the S&P500. Keefe Bruyette & Woods maintained Synchrony Financial (NYSE:SYF) on Tuesday, August 22 with "Buy" rating . If Duke Realty Corporation (NYSE:DRE) shares can stay above the price resistance around $29.19 a share, that could help propel Duke Realty Corporation (NYSE:DRE) higher to the next line of resistance at $29.38 a ... Read More »

'We don't want armed confrontation': Iraqi PM on Kurds


The Iraqi government has also imposed a ban on direct global flights to and from the Kurdish region. Iraqi forces, pushing ahead with a campaign against Islamic State, have captured the town of Hawija and the surrounding areas, the militants' last stronghold in northern Iraq. Read More »

Iraq PM al-Abadi 'doesn't want armed clash with Kurds'


Iraq's Prime Minister Haider Abadi has announced he did not want an armed conflict with Iraqi Kurds but said they should obey Baghdad authorities in the wake of the controversial referendum on independence in the autonomous region. All but four Kurdish-owned banks were allowed to send and receive dollar and foreign currency transfers on Wednesday, the source told Reuters . Abadi, in Paris for bilateral talks, said the Iraqis and Kurds had a common interest in maintaining peace. Read More »

Iraq's PM Urges Kurdish Peshmerga Forces to Join Iraqi Army After Referendum


Macron said France and others are anxious about the Kurdish situation after last month's referendum, and said France supports the stability and territorial integrity of Iraq. The Iraqi government has also imposed a ban on direct worldwide flights to and from the Kurdish region. He had on Tuesday called for a "joint administration" of oil-rich Kirkuk and other areas claimed by both his government and the autonomous Kurdish region, provided Baghdad had ultimate authority in any such arrangement. Read More »

Menendez trial highlights Melgen's campaign contributions


At the doctor's Caribbean home, he said, they all boated, had dinner and hung out. A 2012 meeting with former Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is becoming a focus of the ongoing federal corruption trial of Sen. "I think (Menendez) wanted me to do something differently than the (CMS) staff had previously done - which was take some action to clarify this procedure or change some action that had been taken on the billing issue", Sebelius explained. Read More »

Ghana Black Stars winger Atsu ruled out of Uganda Cranes clash


The Cranes will host Ghana this Saturday at Mandela National stadium Namboole where they hope to brighten their chances of making it to the World Cup in Russian Federation next year. The Magpies winger was due to captain the Black Stars side for the match in Kampala on Saturday. Uganda are in search of a win to keep snapping at the heels of leaders Egypt who play on Sunday against Congo in Alexandria. Read More »

Viral Pic: SHO gives VIP treatment to Radhe Maa, offers his chair


Controversial self-styled god woman Radhe Maa was invited to a police station in Delhi and was welcomed wholeheartedly. Visuals have surfaced showing controversial self-styled "godwoman" Radhe Maa sitting on an SHO's chair and swaying with cops at two police stations here, forcing an embarrassed Delhi Police to order an inquiry into the incidents. Read More »

Is Prabhas & Anushka Shetty To Be Engaged In This December See Images


According to the latest buzz, the alleged lovebirds Prabhas & Anushka Shetty are all set to make their relationship official and are planning to enter the wedlock. We have been film friends for nine years now. Putting all marriage rumours to rest Prabhas said, "I and Anushka had decided that we won't let any link-up rumours burst up when we started shooting for Baahubali , we have been close family friends for nearly 9 years now". Read More »

Trump Visiting Las Vegas To Meet With Shooting Survivors, Law Enforcement


White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Trump was "briefed on the horrific tragedy in Las Vegas ". He brutally murdered more than 50 people, and wounded hundreds more. Meanwhile, Sen. Chris Murphy, a Democrat who represents the state of CT where the 2012 mass killing of schoolchildren in the town of Sandy Hook took place, called on Congress to "get off its ass and do something" on the issue of gun violence and mass shootings. Read More »

Las Vegas shootings: Is the gunman a terrorist?


Decades before authorities say Stephen Paddock opened fire Sunday evening from a high-rise hotel near the Las Vegas Strip, leading to the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history - his father was one of the FBI's most-wanted fugitives. Read More »

Sonny Gray, CC Sabathia will start first two games of ALDS

Just about everyone was shocked when the Indians announced that Trevor Bauer , not Cy Young Award candidate Corey Kluber , would be starting Game 1 of the American League Division Series against the Yankees on Thursday night. "I'm not going to give you a scouting report, but we have a really good plan against them". "I remember my start in New York", Bauer said. But my gut says the biggest surprise of what should be a sensational postseason will be the Yankees beating the ... Read More »

Ted Heath would have been questioned over seven abuse claims, police say


North Wiltshire MP James Gray dismissed the findings, saying: "There is not a shred of evidence put forward today that Edward Heath was a paedophile". There is, for example, a discrepancy over whether Sir Edward ever drove himself, denied by friends but affirmed in the police report. The report will include detail of the scale and scope of the investigation, and a summary of its findings. Read More »

Al-Qaida-linked group denies leader was wounded


Those actions were carried out as Syrian troops and its allies combating against al-Nusra and Daesh extremists in different spots of this Arab country, which has been plunged into a hard conflict since March 2011. Other militants, along with Golani, occupy roles in the group's high command. Moscow- Head of Russia's Federal Security Service (FSB) Alexander Bortnikov warned on Wednesday that ISIS will try to regroup and form a new "global terrorist network" after it is defeated in Syria and ... Read More »

Spain rejects mediation as Catalans plan to declare independence


This extremely rare event usually only occurs annually on Christmas Eve when His Majesty wishes Spanish citizens a Merry Christmas, but Tuesday's speech on the Catalonia referendum took a completely different tone. Mireia Boya of the radical leftwing separatist CUP said it would be "a plenary to proclaim the republic" of independent Catalonia. Catalonia is an autonomous region of Spain, located in the northeastern part of the country. Read More »

White House says 'premature' to talk gun control after Vegas shooting


Trump has responded to the Las Vegas massacre by holding a moment of silence on the White House South Lawn and ordering flags lowered to half-staff. In a meeting with law enforcement officials shortly afterward, Trump again lauded their "professionalism" and said he was a "big fan". The message that I have is we have a great country and we are there for you. Read More »

Australia to US: Here's how to get tough on gun control


The first occurred in 1996 after the Port Arthur massacre in Tasmania, in which 35 people were killed and 23 injured, which is still the nation's worst shooting by a single gunman. "Older men, who make up the largest share of gun suicides, need better access to people who could care for them and get them help", she said. James Carouso, the acting United States ambassador to Australia, admitted his country could learn from Australia when it comes to gun policy. Read More »

Snyder: Lower flags to half-staff after Las Vegas shooting

The shooter purchased at least some of his weapons from Guns & Guitars in Mesquite, Nev., said Chris Sullivan, the shop's owner, who issued a statement mourning the victims of the attack. This was not the first time Trump offered a somber response to a tragedy: In June, he was measured in his response to a shooting at a congressional baseball practice that wounded five, including Republican Rep. Read More »

Akhilesh Yadav re-elected as Samajwadi Party national chief; Mulayam, Shivpal skip meet


Notably, the party's constitution was amended to extend the tenure of the party chief to five years from the existing three years. Akhilesh also called on his father to attend the national convention. However, the SP, which had forged an alliance with the Congress to contest the assembly election 2017, was reduced to only 50 odd seats, while the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) swept the poll bagging 325 out 403 seats. Read More »

Trump avoids gun control talk as he visits Las Vegas after shooting


Some of patients the president and first lady Melania Trump met with "were very , very badly wounded", Trump said, "and they were badly wounded because they refused to leave". After meeting with first responders, Trump told reporters he "just met some of the most wonderful people" and that he met with patients that were "terribly wounded". Read More »

Iraq army recaptures Hawija from 'Islamic State'


The Hawija offensive began last month (September 21). Government forces and the Hashed al-Shaabi, an alliance mostly of Shiite militias, are fighting to retake the northern town after expelling IS from almost all of the territory the jihadists seized in Iraq in 2014. Read More »

Woman to be arraigned in fatal multi-car crash in Brockton


Danielle Mastro, 33, was on her way to buy drugs when her Audi A6 rear-ended the Chevy Equinox driven by Combra on Tuesday at about 2:19 p.m., police said. Mastro was charged with motor vehicle homicide and leaving the scene of an accident. Mastro told police she remembered her airbag deploying and hitting her in the face, the police report states. Read More »

Donald Trump: 'We'll Be Talking About Gun Laws' After Las Vegas Shooting


Although Trump appeared open on Tuesday to talk about gun-control laws in the future, his administration has declined to discuss the issue in the immediate aftermath of the shooting. As investigators tried to establish Paddock's motive, details started to emerge about the heroism of his victims as hospital staff battled to help the 527 people injured in the atrocity. Read More »

United States intercepts Egypt-North Korea arms shipment

These same officials told The Washington Post that this was only one of a number of shady deals that caused the Trump administration to delay $300 million in military aid to the country this summer, some of which was later cut . "The Egyptian authorities banned the North Korean ship from continuing on its route after it arrived to the Suez Canal as it was carrying anti-tanks missiles". Read More »

BJP leaders take out protest march in Capital


In last year's assembly elections, the BJP had won a single seat. "The murder of these 14 BJP and RSS workers is proof of that", he said. He said the BJP's rally is aimed at diverting people's attention from the medical college bribery scam. Read More »

Secy. of State Tillerson: 'I've Never Considered Leaving'


Trump has either dismissed or seen quit a chief of staff, national security adviser, press secretary, two communications directors, chief strategist, acting attorney general, Federal Bureau of Investigation director, and - as of Friday - a Health and Human Services secretary . Read More »