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Storm knocks out power, forces school closures


Downed trees and wires were also reported by the National Weather Service in Falmouth, Dracut, Saugus and Sandwich in MA and in Exeter and Richmond in Rhode Island. The National Weather Service also advised people to prepare for strong winds and take shelter. The powerful storm was intensified by moisture and wind from the remnants of Tropical Storm Philippe, which caused a couple of tornadoes and damages in areas of Miami-Dade and Palm Beach on Saturday. Read More »

BJP playing politics with terror probe: Ahmed Patel


In the letter, Ahmed Patel stressed on need to rise above political differences in matter which involve national security. Gujarat, he said, has a proud of history of believing in peaceful co-existence and incidents of radicalisation of the local population are inimical to the very idea of the state and its culture and "deserve to be investigated with utmost gravity by competent law enforcement agencies". Read More »

Fresh Syria talks open in Astana


According to an opposition source, the four dossiers included allegations about Bashar al-Assad regime and terrorist PKK/PYD-led changes in Syria's population structure, massacres of civilians by government forces in regions where it collaborated with Daesh, regime torture of hostages plus illegal acts by Iran-supported militias. Read More »

Manafort, Former Business Associate Rick Gates, Told to Surrender to Feds


As a result, local and national press were already waiting outside Manafort's condo in Alexandria, Virginia early Monday morning. Reports surfaced Friday that a grand jury approved the first charges in the federal investigation. Justice Department. Manafort has been at the center of Mueller's investigation into whether the Trump campaign colluded with Moscow during the 2016 election. Read More »

View Crunch day for Catalonia as Madrid takes control


On Friday, Spain fired the Catalonian regional government and dismissed the Catalan parliament after political leaders defied Madrid and made a unilateral declaration of independence . The prosecutor has said charges of rebellion, sedition and misuse of public funds should be brought against the region. With its own language and distinct culture, Catalonia accounts for about 16% of Spain's population and a fifth of the eurozone country's economy. Read More »

Trump comes ahead with fresh criticism of Russian Federation inquiry


On the one hand, it has emerged that the Clinton campaign and the DNC were behind the infamous Trump-Russia dossier that fueled the narrative that the Trump campaign colludied with Russia. It was finalized in December 2016, and published online by BuzzFeed in January. The DNC paid the firm $3.6 million in " legal and compliance consulting " since November 2015 - though it's impossible to tell from the filings how much of that work was for other legal matters and how much of it related to ... Read More »

Supreme Court to hear petitions against Article 35 A today


Petitions filed before the Supreme Court claim that the Article was added "illegally" to the Constitution and that it was never tabled in Parliament. It says the state's autonomous status granted by Article 35 (A) and Article 370 of the Constitution discriminates against fellow citizens from the rest of the country. Read More »

Italian PM Paolo Gentiloni arrives in Delhi, meets Modi


But the talk restarted after External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj visited the Vatican for the canonisation of Mother Teresa in September past year. Gentiloni further said that both India and Italy are fighting against terrorism and we both are committed against climate change. Latorre and Girone were later arrested and put on trial. Read More »

North Korea Conducts Mass Evacuation and Blackout Drills


But he also has said the U.S. is prepared to take military action if the North does not halt its development of missiles that could strike the entirety of the United States, potentially with a nuclear warhead. Senior defence officials from the United States, South Korea and Japan have urged North Korea to walk away from its "destructive and reckless path" of weapons development, according to a U.S. Read More »

Governo brasileiro rejeita declaração de independência da Catalunha e apela ao diálogo


O Parlamento regional catalão aprovou na sexta-feira uma declaração de independência que levou, horas depois, o Executivo espanhol, com o sinal verde do Senado, a aprovar uma série de medidas de intervenção na Catalunha . A última sexta-feira, 27, foi conturbada na Espanha , já que o governo central de Madri obteve autorização do parlamento para intervir na Catalunha . Read More »

House Intelligence Committee and Fusion GPS reach settlement over bank records


The alleged collusion between Trump and Russian Federation became the focal point of the research after it was taken over by the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC). These unproven allegations - touted by the Clintons as well as liberal "Republican" U.S. Senator John McCain - helped form the basis of the "Russian meddling" narrative, a cause célèbre which continues to be viewed by the far left in the United States as established fact (even as evidence of actual ... Read More »

Safety tips ahead of Halloween


Trick or treating will be observed Tuesday in Mt. Juliet. "Never let your children eat any treats or candy that is homemade unless you know who made that candy". Officers on patrol will be equipped with glow bracelets and glow sticks for children to promote their visibility as pedestrians. "We separate it and make sure if there's anything not wrapped or anything the kids might have allergies to, like peanuts, or anything like that", Audibert said. Read More »

Dead, At Least 57 Injured After Bridge Collapses In Kerala's Chavara


Reports say that there were over 70 people on the bridge when the incident happened. As many as 70 people had turned up to take part in the protest, and according to reports, almost 20 people have been injured. "Those who have been injured were immediately moved to a government hospital while some were taken to private hospitals", said a person helping with the rescue operations. Read More »

Missing Russian helicopter found in Norway Arctic sea

The helicopter, missing since Thursday is on the ocean floor just off the coast near Barentsburg, officials said. "The search and rescue effort is conducted in the best way possible, the cooperation between the authorities of the two countries functions well", Vyacheslav Nikolayev, Russian consul general in Spitsbergen, told a Norwegian TV station . Read More »

SC asks Hadiya's father to produce her in court


The bench was hearing a petition filed by Shafin Jahan , the husband of Akhila Ashokan alias Hadiya , in the Kerala "love jihad" case seeking to overturn the orders of the Kerala High Court that annulled his marriage with the 24-year-old. Read More »

Narrow Escape: Jet Airways Flight Diverted To Ahmedabad After Bomb Threats


The flight was delayed by over seven hours as a result of extensive checks of the baggage, passengers and aircraft that were carried out by the Central Industrial Security Force ( CISF ) personnel at Ahmedabad. "We are extending full cooperation to the security agencies who are investigating the matter and are not in a position to comment further at this stage", the statement said.The police and other security agencies have started a full-scale investigation and are making further enquiries ... Read More »

Charges filed in the Russian election interference investigation, sources say


Mr Trump claimed that Ms Clinton and Democrats feel a lot of "guilt", but it is not readily apparent from his tweets what he feels they are remorseful over. Both have pointed a finger at Clinton and have suggested that the real story of collusion with Russian Federation is the sale of uranium to Moscow when Clinton was secretary of state. Read More »

Saudi Arabia to Allow Women in Sports Stadiums

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is introducing the measure in an effort to shake up the strict laws . The country's General Sports Authority announced the move on Twitter, writing that three stadiums in the cities of Riyadh, Jeddah and Damman are being prepped "to accommodate families" next year. Read More »

House Intelligence Panel Settles Legal Dispute Over Fusion GPS Bank Records


Susan Collins says the committee should further question John Podesta and Debbie Wasserman Schultz following disclosures last week that the Clinton campaign and DNC helped fund research that ended up in the dossier. Fusion picked up Steele's contract, and Elias' clients allegedly weren't informed. The dossier contained claims about associations between Mr. Trump, his partners and Russian Federation. Read More »

Duterte leaves for Japan Sunday night


Duterte's comments come before the president is set to embark on his trip to Asia on November 3, in which he will make stops in Japan, South Korea, China and Vietnam. Human rights, rule of law and due process are among "important developments" the two leaders would likely discuss during their bilateral talks, Sung Kim, U.S. Read More »

Impact of Man's Fall From I-66 Overpass Kills Driver


The incident happened at the Ceder Lane overpass near Exit 62 for Nutley Street in Fairfax County. A 23-year-old passenger in the SUV grabbed the steering wheel and maneuvered the vehicle off the interstate, according to authorities, stopping against a concrete barrier on the road's left shoulder. Read More »

Kim Jong-un Visits Cosmetics Factory in Pyongyang

North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un visits the Command of the Strategic Force of the Korean People's Army at an unknown location in North Korea. Moreover, the conflict could quickly spread to involve forces from China, Japan and Russian Federation. Read More »

Navy investigating 2 SEALs for strangling death of Green Beret

News of Melgar's death came to light at the same time the Pentagon is investigating the circumstances surrounding an October 4 ambush in Niger that left four us soldiers dead. Joseph Dunford, said the USA forces are in "about 53 different countries" in Africa. The officers being investigated are reportedly from the Navy's elite Seal Team Six - the same unit which carried out the mission that killed al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. Read More »

Texas A&M's home losing streak to SEC West opponents is incredible


Both teams are coming off a win. The Bulldogs burst to a 14-0 halftime lead thanks to a run-stuffing and pass-swatting defense. "Six wins means that our guys are rewarded with one more game", MSU coach Dan Mullen said of the Bulldogs becoming bowl-eligible with four regular-season games remaining. Read More »

3 children die from buggy vs vehicle crash


Condensary Road near Wood Road in Evergreen Township. Montcalm County dispatchers reported the incident before 8:40 a.m. Sunday, which occurred on Condensery Road in Bushnell Township near Sheridan. The six others occupants of the buggy were transported to area hospitals where they were listed in critical condition. Alcohol does not appear to be a factor in the accident, and it remains under investigation. Read More »