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BSF Jawan killed by Pak firing in Arnia sector

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BSF constable Bajinder Bahadur of the 192 battalion was critically injured at Shahnaz post. "BSF troopers are retaliating strongly and effectively", BSF sources were quoted as saying by the IANS news agency. According to a BSF communique, the firing including Mortar fire from both sides began on Thursday night continued till early Friday. This happens to be the sixth ceasefire violation by Pakistan in a span of five days. Read More »

Irma Storm claims six lives at care home

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Residents have increasingly expressed anger at Florida Power & Light, the only electricity company on the East coast of Florida, for what they say was inadequate planning or structural reinforcements before the storm. He said most of the patients admitted to hospital have been treated for respiratory distress , dehydration, and heat- related issues. "It's gonna take months, maybe years to get this cleaned up", said Holley, who ignored orders to evacuate and braved the storm on Cudjoe ... Read More »

President, First Lady to Visit Florida in Aftermath of Hurricane Irma

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In Florida on Thursday, Trump couldn't help but insert some political discourse into his remarks. He visited Texas and Louisiana after Harvey struck. Many communities are still cleaning up or without power or air conditioning. As per estimates, 25 percent of the homes in Florida Keys have been destroyed while major damage has been suffered by the other 65 percent. Read More »

Blue Whale Game Enters Pakistan

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Police are investigating an "unusual" incident outside a Wellesley elementary school Wednesday morning in which a man offered a boy a cellphone and asked him to participate in an online challenge linked to self-harm, officials said. Some children even told police that their personal problems were getting solved after they inflicted pain on themselves as part of the challenge. It is followed by other tasks such as watching horror movies alone or waking up at unearthly hours. Read More »

Will Germany's Angela Merkel win fourth term?

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Confronted by an ethnic-Turkish teenager during a live television debate on Thursday night, who criticised her coalition government for not doing enough against "structural racism" in the country, Merkel argued that she has always been sensitive about racism, and would continue to do so after the elections. Read More »

Can't force India to play bilateral series against Pakistan, says ICC

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Speaking at a press briefing on Wednesday ahead of the second T20 match at the Gaddafi Stadium, Richardson said the matches were an example of the "the cricket family ... The ICC CEO said the world body remained neutral when it came to Indo-Pak cricket relations. The International Cricket Council (ICC) has agreed to back Pakistan's efforts to resume international cricket in their own country and said it would provide financial assistance for security needs. Read More »

UC Berkeley closes streets ahead of Ben Shapiro speaking on campus

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Some of the protest signs called Mr. Shapiro a Nazi and an alt-right figure. After the Shapiro speech, attendees exited far away from where demonstrators were staged with a heavy line of police protecting them. Antifa Berkeley tweeted , "We're at the event". The protections for free speech contained in the First Amendment as interpreted by subsequent case law oblige us to allow any speaker who has been invited in accordance with our policies to speak without discrimination in regard to ... Read More »

Hurricane Jose: Too Early to Tell If It Will Hit Florida

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Jose was 435 miles northeast of the Bahamas moving northwest at 7 mph with winds of 70 mph. The storm will nearly certainly bring risky surf conditions and swells to the Bahamas and the US East Coast. 13. Latest model trends and track guidance indicate the storm will stay out over the ocean over next 5 days. Hurricane Jose was located roughly 432 miles east-northeast of the southeastern Bermuda. Read More »

'Such a small number' died in Hurricane Irma

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Fort Myers and Naples were among the cities hit hard by Irma , which made landfall in the state Sunday morning as a unsafe Category 4 storm. The president is traveling to the hurricane-stricken state Thursday to meet with those affected by the storm and learn more about relief efforts. Read More »

Steve Bannon confirms he opposed firing of FBI Director Comey

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Gov. Chris Christie sharply retaliated against Steve Bannon on the PBS NewsHour Monday night, accusing the ousted White House chief strategist of lying in a ploy to squeeze the most attention from the public while he still can. "I don't think there's any doubt that if James Comey had not been fired, we would not have a special counsel, yes", Mr Bannon said. The US president also took to Twitter during the summer months to criticise senior republican figures, particularly Mr McConnell. Read More »

Girl Dies From Generator Fumes After Hurricane

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Her mother, Shashunda Wilson, remains at a hospital in Miami where she is being treated for carbon monoxide poisoning. Shashunda told detectives she recently got a generator because she lost power during Hurricane Irma and it was the first time she had used one. Read More »

Will Aung San Suu Kyi step up to halt Rohingya crisis?

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As the United Nations predicts that some 400,000 people have fled to Bangladesh since August 25, U Htin Lynn said they are fleeing out of fear of the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army -declared a terrorist organization by the Myanmar government after it attacked 30 police outposts last month - and not because of military security clearance operations. Read More »

Judge has leeway in Stockley decision

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Missouri Governor Eric Greitens activated the Missouri National Guard Thursday in anticipation of the Jason Stockley judgment . Police announced that beginning Friday, officers will be working 12 hour shifts in anticipation of civil unrest in response to the ruling. Read More »

US House Republican says tax plan won't have specific rates

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Ryan is confident Trump will push for conservative reforms. The plan now is for Republicans in the House and the Senate to unveil their framework alongside the White House the week of September 25. The president added, improbably, that the individual rate would be even lower than that. In recent weeks, President Trump has referred publicly to "tax cuts" rather than the "tax reform" Ryan and Brady have discussed. Read More »

Florida evacuee wins $10000 lottery in North Carolina

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Hatfield drove through the night in traffic heavy with other evacuees. While stopped at a North Carolina convenience store, Hatfield bought two $5 scratch-off tickets. "I kept it in my wallet right next to me and checked it on every minute". - Tiffany Hatfield, from Ocoee, Fla ., loaded her three daughters in the vehicle last Friday night and headed north in an attempt to escape ahead of Hurricane Irma. Read More »

Catherine Univ. security guard fired after phantom shooting

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Catherine University strongly condemns racial discrimination, racial stereotyping, and racial profiling of any kind", said St. Catherine University Rebecca Koenig Roloff. While he was being treated at the hospital, police set up a perimeter around campus and conducted "an exhaustive search involving 55 officers, four canines and a Minnesota State Patrol aircraft", according to a release. Read More »

Trump's High-Profile Backers Chide Him Over Prospect of DACA Deal

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While we aren't sure what psychedelics she might be on, Navarro said the reason for her altered state was that she found herself in agreement with Trump's position on DACA issued on Twitter this morning. Influential conservatives vented their anger and warned that President Trump's would blow up relations with his base after initial reports of a deal with Democratic leaders on DACA that didn't include a border wall. Read More »

KBC Group NV Decreases Holdings in Realty Income Corporation (O)

The stock of Duke Realty Corp (NYSE: DRE ) has "Hold" rating given on Wednesday, September 9 by Miller Tabak. BTIG Research initiated the shares of O in report on Thursday, August 25 with "Neutral" rating. 23 funds opened positions while 63 raised stakes. 318.37 million shares or 3.26% less from 329.09 million shares in 2016Q3 were reported. Mitchell Mcleod Pugh And Williams invested 0.35% of its portfolio in Realty Income Corp (NYSE:O). Read More »

Rainy afternoon and evening likely for Harrisburg area

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Sunday: Mostly sunny with a high near 89. The weather service advises everyone to stay tuned to the National Hurricane Center for the latest official track and forecast regarding Hurricane Jose, which will be monitored for its probable northward progress off the East Coast later in the weekend into early next week. Read More »

Debt soars past $20 trillion mark for first time

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To hit the milestone, the total debt increased $317 billion in one day after President Trump signed a bill on September 8 that temporarily suspended the $19.84 trillion debt ceiling so that federal aid could be provided for victims of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. Read More »

Trump makes first stop in storm-torn Florida

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After record flooding from Hurricane Harvey devastated parts of Texas earlier this month, Trump made two visits - first to Corpus Christi and Austin on August 29 and later to Houston on September 2. Afterward, the White House was mainly pleased with the trip, though some aides grumbled that he'd missed an opportunity to show more compassion as hundreds of thousands of Americans faced uncertain futures. Read More »

ESPN College GameDay announces Week 4 location

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But college football fans will be forced to do so when they tune into College GameDay . Though there isn't a no-brainer destination for GameDay on the 23rd, Stillwater (for Oklahoma State-TCU), Palo Alto (for Stanford-UCLA), or Athens (for Georgia-Misssissippi State) would all have been solid choices that wouldn't have risked upsetting so many fans. Read More »

Don't jail me, pleads sexting congressman Anthony Weiner

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The teen, whom Weiner's lawyers only refer to as Jane Doe, or JD, first contacted him on January 23, 2016, while Weiner was "laid up in his apartment by a record-setting blizzard in Manhattan", his lawyers said. The memo said Weiner underwent a battery of tests, leading to a diagnosis of "mixed personality disorder, likely stemming from childhood emotional trauma", which manifested itself in "addictive behaviour, such as sex addiction". Read More »

Mass French strike to defend workers' rights

They say the move will give employers too many new powers to dismiss them and bypass unions. Perks for some occupations remain incredibly generous: a train driver, provided they have 15 years of employment behind them, can retire on a final salary pension at the age of 50 - a legacy of the steam engine era where, as a result of their constant proximity to coal dust, such workers had a low life expectancy. Read More »

Tennis star Serena Williams shares first pictures of her baby girl

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The baby was born September 1 at St. Mary's Medical Center in West Palm Beach. The 23-time Grand Slam champion revealed there were "a lot of complications" during the pregnancy, but after spending about a week in the hospital, the proud mom and handsome baby are now bonding together at home. Read More »

Death toll grows on islands devastated by Hurricane Irma

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Mr Johnson told the Press Association the hurricane has been "an unprecedented event, an unprecedented catastrophe" for the people who live in the part of the Caribbean which has been worst hit. Meanwhile, Tri-State Area residents are also lending a hand to help out the Virgin Islands. The Virgin Islands saw such serious damage that the Washington Post reported locals say no one knows how to proceed in Irma's wake, with looting and armed burglaries reported. Read More »

Rapid Climatic change brings sad news for coffee lovers

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The statement from the University of Vermont follows below. The study concludes that by the year 2050, the coffee growing regions in Latin America will be reduced by a whopping 88 percent. Conservation of the forests is a necessary step to increase the production of coffee. "In the areas projected to lose coffee suitability, we wanted to know whether that loss could be offset by bees". Read More »

Facebook let marketers target ads to 'Jew Haters'

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Facebook is reviewing its advertising policies after a report found anti-semitic ad categories. Facebook later took down the offensive categories after ProPublica contacted the company for comment. Facebook's automated system suggested "Second Amendment" as an additional category that would boost our audience size to 119,000 people, presumably because its system had correlated gun enthusiasts with anti-Semites. Read More »

Sammy smashes 16-ball 29 but World XI fall to Pakistan

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The second T20I will be played at Gaddafi Stadium on Wednesday. Tamim Iqbal and Hashim Amla found easy boundaries and to Perera Pakistan had no answers, which was at one point looking for a series win. "Beating the World XI is a tough task, but we are in the right mindset to achieve this objective the way we did in the opening match of the series", he said. Read More »

Syria v Australia to be played in Malaysia

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The match will be played at Hang Jebat Stadium in Malacca - a venue with a 40,000 capacity that sits approximately 150km from Kuala Lumpur. Syria has not played a match on home soil since 2010. Off the back of their most recent World Cup qualifiers in the Asian group stages, Australia have dropped five places to 50 in the latest rankings. That pool included the UAE, who finished fourth . Read More »

University investigates possible hazing in student death

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He was later pronounced dead at the hospital. LSU president F. King Alexander made a statement during Thursday's new conference. "As a result, all, I mean all Greek activities are suspended indefinitely pending the results of a thorough investigation". Read More »