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In London held a March against Brexit


Sir Vince told the BBC growing numbers of people wanted the United Kingdom to keep its links with the European Union and this was the beginning of a "loud and powerful" movement. Customs declarations at the United Kingdom border that may be imposed after Brexit would affect 180,000 British traders and could cost them more than 4 billion pounds (€4.4 billion) a year, according to the Institute for Government. Read More »

Trump Has Options on North Korea, But None of Them Are Good


Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said Wednesday that threats by the United States had pushed North Korea to test nuclear weapons and were a "dangerous game for the entire world". Beijing says the system's powerful radars will be able to monitor flights and missile launches deep inside northeastern China. The U.S. and South Korea should "immediately stop the deployment process and withdraw relevant equipment", Geng said. Read More »

Japan PM urges 'greatest possible pressure' on N.Korea


However, he said that he and most people believe that wiser minds in the US would not allow any pre-emptive war on the North. More than 90 percent of North Korea's export earnings come from China . Beijing says the system's powerful radars will be able to monitor flights and missile launches deep inside northeastern China. Local residents have protested the THAAD deployment for fear that their town may turn into a primary target for North Korean attacks. Read More »

Bond to join England for Ashes campaign


Bayliss said: 'That's the big question, whether the three guys we have been speaking about all summer have done enough. "We have done some good stuff this summer and we should not be afraid of going to Australia and doing something special". Read More »

SC asks Jaypee Infratech to deposit Rs 2000 crore


Some flat buyers then approached the Supreme Court , seeking protection of the interests of over 30,000 buyers who invested hard-earned money to book their dream homes in 27 different projects of debt-ridden realty firm Jaypee Infratech. Homebuyers in Jaypee Infratech projects were required to fill up forms to register claims in the corporate insolvency resolution process against the firm by 31 August. Read More »

Here is how to link Aadhar with Mobile Number


Government sources told IANS that this will ensure that criminals, fraudsters and terrorists will not be able to use the issued SIM cards . Unless you have been staying inside a cave, at a remote island in Pacific Ocean, you must have received repeated requests from your telecom operator regarding linking your SIM card with Aadhaar . Read More »

Narendra Modi to address students' convention on today


I thank you in the name of the most ancient order of monks in the world; I thank you in the name of the mother of religions, and I thank you in the name of millions and millions of Hindu people of all classes and sects. Talking about Swami Vivekananda , a major influence in introducing Indian philosophies of Vedanta and Yoga to the Western world, Prime Minister Modi said, " Swami Vivekananda introduced India's power and strength to the entire world". Read More »

North Korea warns US over sanctions push ahead of UN vote


Rather than learn its lesson after North Korea had "perfected the super-powerful thermo-nuclear weapon" to deter its aggression, it said, the using the test as "an excuse to strangle and completely suffocate it". Security Council diplomats, who weren't authorized to speak publicly because talks have been private, said the US and China were still negotiating the text late Sunday. Read More »

Hamas Leadership Meets in Cairo


In a symbolic move, the assembly was not held in Qatar, where Hamas had been headquartered in recent years, but in Egypt, a country with which the Palestinian terror group has had a rocky relationship and is trying to strengthen ties. Relations between Cairo and Hamas improved this summer, with expectations that the Rafah border crossing between Gaza and Egypt could be reopened shortly. Read More »

USA calls for Monday vote on new North Korea sanctions


Many were seen laying flowers before giant statues in Pyongyang of state founder Kim Il Sung and his son Kim Jong Il, the current leader's father, who died in late 2011. On Monday, Seoul used F-15 fighter jets and land-based ballistic missiles to simulate an attack on North Korea's nuclear test site to "strongly warn" the North over the recent detonation. Read More »

IL residents and leaders should support legal status for DACA immigrants


Otherwise, immigration policy is about saying no to some and yes to others. But how to treat those who were brought here as children - who did not on their own make a choice to break our law - and who have been a normal functioning part of our schools, communities, armed forces and workforce now for many years - should not be a hard question. Read More »

N Carolina Officials Trying to Keep Public Vigilant on Irma

Risky surf and rip currents will continue through the next several days along the entire coast. "Currently, we're unsure whether it will be a coastal event, a western event, or whether it will go right through the middle of the state", said North Carolina Emergency Management Director Mike Spayberry on Wednesday afternoon. Read More »

Trump worried about 'big monster' Irma


The Republican president, who met with his cabinet at Camp David this weekend, also spoke to the governors of Alabama, Georgia , South Carolina and Tennessee as the hurricane path moved away from the lower Florida Keys westward to the Gulf Coast and states to the north. Read More »

Putin opposes tougher sanctions against DPRK


Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May agreed in a telephone call on Tuesday that China, the North's main ally and trading partner, must do more to persuade North Korea to cease its missile tests , a spokesman for May said . Security Council, provided it focuses on a diplomatic solution. At the meeting, Putin greeted Moon, saying that he welcomes the opportunity to discuss "matters we consider to be worrisome including North Korean missile, nuclear issues". Read More »

Putin calls for North Korea talks, says sanctions not working


Moon has asked the United Nations to consider tough new sanctions on North Korea after the latest nuclear test. South Korean President Moon Jae-in and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe agreed Thursday to push for a new U.N. Putin and Moon met on the sidelines of an economic summit in the far eastern Russian city of Vladivostok amid mounting worldwide concerns that their shared neighbour plans more weapons tests, possibly a long-range missile launch ahead of a key weekend anniversary. Read More »

Moon: S. Korea-Russia Cooperation Will Draw N. Korea's Change


The comments hint at the possibility that the United States' petition for tighter worldwide sanctions, which the Russian leader warned would be "useless and ineffective". North Korea on Tuesday, two days after its latest atomic test, declared itself a "full-fledged nuclear power in possession of ICBM as well as A-bomb and H-bomb". Read More »

Vladimir Putin warns world faces 'global catastrophe' over North Korea

South Korea's defense ministry has said the deployment is necessary because of the imminent threat from North Korea, which has launched numerous missiles since South Korean President Moon Jae-in took office in early May. However, the path toward strengthening the pressure on North Korea, such as by having the U.N. Security Council adopt a resolution imposing additional sanctions , remains hard to forecast. Read More »

Donald Trump signs bill for Hurricane Harvey relief, debt-extension

The Senate's vote comes off the heels of the measure passed in the House Wednesday, which allocated $7.85 billion for Hurricane Harvey relief funding with near-unanimous support. "I'll continue to work with federal, state, and local officials to ensure Texas gets the resources we need to recover from this devastating hurricane". Read More »

Australians' minds made up on marriage: Joyce


He said he was "utterly unpersuaded" by the idea that his 38-year-long marriage to wife Lucy was undermined by gay couples. Barnaby Joyce thinks Australians have made up their minds about same sex marriage and the noisy advocacy won't change that. Read More »

380k sign pro-Rohingya petition to strip Suu Kyi of Nobel prize


But what some have called "ethnic cleansing" and others "a slow genocide" has persisted - and recently accelerated. Officials in Bangladesh have said that the Myanmar government forces have been planting landmines to prevent Rohingya from returning to the country, a claim that the government has dismissed. Read More »

Steve Bannon Is Going to War With the Republican Party


Another prominent item on President Trump's agenda was the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare -specifically, to repeal and replace it. Bannon says Speaker Ryan promised to have a replacement in place by Easter break. As Bannon described it, though, there was an early and ultimately misguided calculation that Trump would be better off by siding with mainstream Republicans. Read More »

Hurricane Irma: Storm Tracks West


Georgia Emergency Management director Homer Bryson told Channel 2's Richard Elliot that the agency is watching the track, but warns that track could change at any moment. EDT. O'Neal said the state is putting a public health nurse and working to get a physician in every shelter being opened in the state. Those models - unchanged for several days - prompted a panicked (and at times discombobulated ) response on the part of sc government officials. Read More »

How Trump's social media director got hoaxed about Hurricane Irma


In trying to notify all, I shared - have deleted. In any case, Miami International Airport is busy correcting countless others who believed the White House . Irma tore down a construction crane atop a skyscraper high over Miami (left and right). Irma made landfall as a Category 4 storm in the Florida Keys early Sunday, bringing whipping winds and strong storm surges to the state after wreaking havoc across the Caribbean islands. Read More »

Hurricane Harvey might raise oil prices - but only temporarily


Climate change is arguably the most pressing issue of our time. As the natural disaster travels toward Louisiana and MS, we ask for the people of our great country to continue to stand with one another by volunteering, sending donations, and praying for strength, hope and perseverance to weather this storm. Read More »

At least eight dead in Texas home shooting


When the first officer arrived and went inside the home, the officer confronted the suspected shooter. Nine other victims with gunshot wounds were found in the home. "We're still trying to figure that out". The suspect was described as an adult male, and the age range of the victims was still being determined. The shooting occurred Sunday night in the city less than 20 miles northeast of Dallas. Read More »

Abe, Putin to hold talks amid North Korean nuclear crisis

Putin and Moon met on the sidelines of an economic forum in Vladivostok on Russia's Pacific coast. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe called Thursday for the world to put the "greatest possible pressure" on North Korea to abandon its nuclear missile programme. Read More »

Hurricane Irma, Jose and Katia now have personal Twitter accounts


By early August, those chances "dropped significantly", the NOAA hurricane outlook said. Hurricane and tropical-storm watches are likely in the Leeward Islands later Thursday . Jose is the 10th named storm of the year, and comes as powerful Hurricane Irma , a Category 5 storm, moves toward Antigua and perhaps the us, after Harvey devastated Texas with record amounts of rain. Read More »

Jose now third major hurricane of season


Hurricane-force winds extend outward up to 70 miles from the center and tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 185 miles. For storm information specific to your area in the United States, including possible inland watches and warnings, please monitor products issued by your local National Weather Service forecast office. Read More »

Payne in South Korea warns North against 'brinkmanship'


North Korea Leadership Watch director Michael Madden told Fox News Sik was credited with identifying mistakes in the failed missile attempt in April 2012. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has urged all Australians overseas, but especially those in or heading to China, Japan or South Korea, to register with the government's Smart Traveller website. Read More »