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Trump calls for unity 24 hours after Phoenix clashes


The rest of the poll didn't get much better for Trump: Twice as many said he's done more to divide the country than divide it, and six in 10 disapproved of his response to the Charlottesville protests and violence. In Boston, protesters face off with riot police escorting conservative activists, following a march against a planned "Free Speech Rally" just one week after the violent "Unite the Right" rally in Virginia on August 19. Read More »

China's Xi says willing to work on differences with S. Korea


He put that down to the governments' and their respective people's efforts, communication, and cooperation, which cultivated mutual understanding and trust. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said the exchanging of congratulatory messages was consistent with usual practice. But he reiterated that the basic position of Seoul and Washington is not to accept the North's possession of nuclear arms. Read More »

Trump to start tax reform process next week, Cohn says


He was at Trump Tower, standing uncomfortably behind the president, when Trump claimed there were "very fine people on both sides" at the Charlottesville rally. That came in sharp contrast to Trump's rhetoric throughout the campaign, when he revved up crowds at campaign rallies with promises to make Mexico pay for the wall. Read More »

PM to make aerial survey of Bihar`s flood affected areas


Prime Minister Narendra Modi has left for Bihar, he will be conducting aerial survey of flood-hit areas on Saturday. Araria district alone accounted for 87 deaths followed by Sitamarhi 43, Katihar 40, West Champaran 36, East Champaran 32, Madhubani 28, Darbhanga 26, Kishanganj 24, Madhepura 22, Gopalganj 20, Supual 16, Purnea nine, Saharsaeight; Khagaria, Saran and Muzaffarpur seven each, Sheoharfour and Samastipur two. Read More »

North Korea Launches Unidentified Projectile - South Korean Military

The projectiles were launched from a site in the eastern province of Gangwon, traveling about 155 miles before plunging into the sea. It stated: "Initial assessment indicates three short-range ballistic missile launches". Since Monday, 29 British military and civilian personnel have been engaged in Ulchi Freedom Guardian (UFG), an annual US-South Korean military exercise. Read More »

Market Update on Shares of Caesarstone Ltd (CSTE)

Traders may use these levels to help identify stock price reversals. In terms of Moving Averages, the 7-day is resting at 8.95. Inch Kenneth Kajang Rubber PLC (IKK.L) now has a 14 day Williams %R of -100.00. Welles Wilder. Being a bound oscillator, levels will range from 0 to -100. RSI can be used to detect general trends as well as finding divergences and failure swings. Read More »

Wall St declines on Trump's govt shutdown warning

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Thursday that the President is "committed to making sure" he'll get funding to back his campaign promise of a border wall and that the administration has not "abandoned" plans to make Mexico pay for it. Read More »

Al-Shabaab militants killed in Somalia


The raid on Barire village early Friday led to the deaths of three children aged 8 to 10 and a woman among others, Ali Nur Mohamed told reporters in the capital, Mogadishu . The U.S. Africa Command gives no further details on Friday's operation. A Somali Lawmaker Mahad Salad condemned the attack and called for an investigation into the Barire incident on Friday. Read More »

3 killed in clashes near Dera HQ


According to The Tribune (TT), 31 people have died in the violence. The situation is particularly tense in Delhi-Haryana border areas such as Anand Vihar, Shahdara, Faridabad, Ghaziabad. The Punjab and Haryana High Court has directed the state government to provide a list of properties of the sect so that cost of damages could be recovered from the sect management. Read More »

Court rules high school coach can't pray on field


And almost two years later, the case has made it to the federal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals after Kennedy lost in the United States District Court for the Western District of Washington. It is not American. "That is not the America contemplated by our Constitution", he added. Meanwhile, First Liberty, the legal group which has been representing Kennedy in court, criticized the decision. Read More »

Senior Trump adviser Sebastian Gorka leaves the White House


Gorka wrote in his resignation letter, first reported by Federalist . Gorka also once wrote for the right-wing news outlet. Gorka's position in the White House has been tenuous since the beginning of the administration. Critics of Gorka and Bannon have linked the two to white supremacists and Nazism. Gorka claimed that he donned the medal in remembrance of his father who had fought against communism, according to The Hill. Read More »

Murder probe of Danish sub owner gets even more freakish


Madsen has changed his story over the course of the investigation. Police halted the search for Wall's remaining body parts Friday, declining to say why. Kim Wall, a 30-year-old reporter, was aboard Madsen's submarine on assignment when she disappeared more than a week ago. Madsen was accused of causing Wall's death on suspicion of manslaughter. Read More »

Arkansas governor to commute inmate's sentence from death to life without parole


The Arkansas Parole Board had recommended that Hutchinson grant McGehee clemency. McGehee had been sentenced to death in the 1996 beating death of 15-year-old Johnny Melbourne Jr. Attorney General Leslie Rutledge sought Hutchinson's approval for an execution because Greene has exhausted his appeals and there is now no stay of execution in place for Greene's conviction, sentence, or the current lethal-injection protocol. Read More »

NKorea Fires Unidentified Projectile Into Sea


The second missile "appears to have blown up nearly immediately", Pacific Command said . To say that relations with North Korea have been unstable lately would be a gross understatement. On July 28, North Korea tested its Hwasong-14 ballistic missile, which with a range of 10,000 km (6,200 miles) is theoretically capable of hitting the U.S. Read More »

Tehran eyes improved ties with Saudi Arabia

Zarif referred to Yemen as one of the areas where Saudi Arabia needed to change its policies almost two-and-a-half years after it launched its deadly military aggression against the impoverished country. In January of previous year, Saudi Arabia severed diplomatic ties with Iran after two Saudi diplomatic missions - in Tehran and Mashhad - were ransacked by Iranian protesters. Read More »

Carnival cruisers re-routed to New Orleans ahead of Hurricane Harvey


Carnival Valor and Carnival Freedom are now keeping a safe distance from the storm as they make their way back to Galveston. The ship will depart for Galveston tomorrow afternoon to be in position to debark guests when the port reopens. It's spending Friday night in Cozumel, Mexico. Carnival Breeze and Royal Caribbean's Liberty of the Seas - both in Cozumel, Mexico, - were scheduled to arrive Sunday in Galveston, the Herald reported. Read More »

Barcelona's Authorities Boost Security in Tourist Areas After Deadly Van Attack


The official said that so far no links to French or Belgian militants had been found. TATP is relatively easy to make and hard to detect, but also highly unstable and risky, as the Barcelona cell learned. Abouyaaqoub was confronted Monday by police , who shot him dead. MORE: Why are people posting pictures of cats after the Barcelona attack? One hundred and thirty people died in Paris and 34 died in Brussels. Read More »

Bridgeville Man Wins Big on Powerball


The winning numbers were 6, 7, 16, 23 and 26, from five white balls, and 4 as the so-called Powerball number on a red ball. Mike Donatelli, a spokesman for the Pride Station & Store in Chicopee, said the store was notified shortly before 8 a.m. Read More »

North Korea fires 'several unidentified projectiles'


It was not immediately clear what kind of missile it was. "The first and third missiles at 11:49 a.m. and 12:19 p.m. failed in flight". Yoshihide Suga, the Japanese government's top spokesman, told reporters in Tokyo Saturday morning: "We confirmed that no ballistic missiles have fallen onto our country's territory or EEZ (exclusive economic zone)". Read More »

Trump signs memo barring transgender people from joining military


Per the New York Times'reading of the memo, Trump's order gives Defense Secretary Gen. Jim Mattis "wide discretion in determining whether transgender personnel who are already in the armed forces can continue to serve". The memo gives the Pentagon six months to determine how to implement Trump's directive prohibiting the service of transgender people, as it relates to those now serving. Read More »

'Thai ousted PM Yingluck has fled abroad'


The Shinawatra family has dominated Thai politics for more than 15 years and their parties have won every general election since 2001, but it is at the heart of a bitter and bloody power struggle in Thailand. "With two family members as fugitives, the family loses political legitimacy", she said, adding that Yingluck's departure would be welcomed by a Thai junta tired of the prospect of her political martyrdom in jail. Read More »

Border Patrol Is Trying to Arrest Undocumented Immigrants Fleeing Hurricane Harvey


CBP will remain vigilant against any effort by criminals to exploit disruptions caused by the storm. The first of the two unsuccessful human-smuggling runs came to light shortly before 2:30 a.m., when a camera operator at the multi-agency Joint Harbor Operations Center on San Diego Harbor spotted a crowded skiff offshore from Belmont Park and notified the U.S. Read More »

Kushner stresses Trump Mideast peace optimism but details scant


But the trip has been shrouded in mystery-and it's unclear that real progress will be made. White House envoy Jared Kushner has begun a round of talks with Israeli and Palestinian leaders as he resumes efforts to restart peace talks. Mr Trump's administration has become preoccupied with a series of domestic crises, most recently the fallout from the racially charged violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. Read More »

Canada advances LGBT equality by offering X gender option on passports


Until documents with an "x" option can be printed, the government will allow people starting next Thursday to add an observation to their passports, stating that their gender should be identified as 'x'. Last year, the Canadian government began allowing would-be visitors to Canada to designate their gender as "other" on their electronic travel authorisation forms. Read More »

North Korea fires multiple short-range projectiles into sea - South Korea


North Korea condemned the military drills the U.S. is conducting with the South and branded Trump "weird" and "ego-driven", not long after Trump claimed Kim was starting to "respect" him. If North Korea has, in fact, fired off a salvo of ballistic missiles, it may indicate that they are training for war rather than testing. Fears over the hermit kingdom's nuclear program accelerated in July, when the country successfully tested an ICBM believed to be able to hit the United States. Read More »

Needle Tilting Mid-Session For Jin Bao Bao Holdings Ltd


Guess?, Inc ., launched on August 3, 1993, designs, markets, distributes and licenses a lifestyle collections of apparel and accessories for men, women and children. They use historic price data to observe stock price patterns to predict the direction of that price going forward. Stockholders of record on Wednesday, September 6th will be paid a dividend of $0.225 per share. Read More »

The Whys and Hows of Nuclear Diplomacy with North Korea


The UN Security Council approved new sanctions against North Korea earlier this month, imposed for the rogue state's two intercontinental missile tests in July, which could reduce Pyongyang's annual export revenue by $1 billion. China too does not want a regime change in Pyongyang , not only would it mean a refugee crisis on its border and the outbreak of pandemics but also a repeat of what happened in Germany after the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, which would mean a US-friendly ... Read More »

New US sanctions against N. Korea could bite


Adding, "we would like to strongly urge North Korea to take concrete action towards denuclearization". China said on Wednesday that new United States sanctions targeting Chinese firms linked to North Korea "will not help" co-operation with Beijing in the nuclear crisis. Read More »

More Voters Trust Media Over Trump


The republicans approve of his action by a large majority (77%), as are the demographic group that forms the heart of the electorate of the president, white voters without a degree, who are favourable to 52% compared to 40% who disapprove of his action. Read More »

Criticism Builds For Catalonia Police After Last Week's Terror Attack In Spain


The ministers said they discussed ongoing investigation into the double attacks during their meeting. The official is not authorized to speak about ongoing cases under court rules and requested anonymity. Investigators are trying to establish where he spent four days in between. El Karib worked at an Internet cafe in the northeastern town of Ripoll, where the 12-people cell behind the attacks were allegedly formed. Read More »

Coldplay Cancel Houston Show Due To Hurricane Harvey


The band had said Thursday on Twitter they meant to perform but they were monitoring the situation. "We are truly sad for the bothers this will cause". The venue announced that the concert had been rescheduled to September 19. The country trio Lady Antebellum canceled its Sunday show at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in the Woodlands, citing the storm. Read More »