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Soldiers Guard Key Sites As Threat Level Remains At Critical


This means an attack may be imminent, as soldiers and armed police have been deployed to secure strategic sites and hunt down the perpetrators. Interior minister Amber Rudd said on Sunday the second arrest showed it was not a lone-wolf attack but there was no evidence IS was involved. Read More »

Ann Dowd wins Emmy for Best Supporting Actress in The Handmaid's Tale


Here's how many Emmys The Handmaid's Tale won on Sunday night. In the best supporting actress in a drama category, she beat out another MA native - Medfield's Uzo Aduba , up for " Orange Is the New Black " - in addition to Millie Bobby Brown (" Stranger Things "), Chrissy Metz (" This Is Us "), Thandie Newton (" Westworld "), and Samira Wiley (" The Handmaid's Tale "). Read More »

London Police Make Second Arrest After Subway Attack

Islamic State claimed responsibility, as it has for other attacks in Britain this year, including two in London and one at a concert by American singer Ariana Grande in Manchester in May, however the level of coordination on the part of the militant group remains unclear. Read More »

Dhaka restricts movement of Rohingya refugees


The government has declared the group a terrorist organisation and accused it of lighting the fires itself and attacking civilians. "An estimated 409,000 Rohingya refugees have arrived in Bangladesh since August 25, fleeing violence in Myanmar's Rakhine state", said Joseph Tripua, a United Nations refugee agency spokesman, in a statement on Saturday. Read More »

Shiv Sena criticises PM Narendra Modi's bullet train project


The party also said it was done to "mislead the people". Instead of giving priority to safety measures in the railways, the Prime Minister was laying the foundation stone for the bullet train in Ahmedabad and not in Mumbai keeping in mind the upcoming assembly elections in the state, it said. Read More »

High Court moved for law to manage, protect refugees amid Rohingya influx


More than 400 babies have been born in the no man's land between the borders of Bangladesh and Myanmar in the past 15 days as 400,000 Rohingya people have fled from the violence, house burnings and gunfire in Rakhine state. The government has declared ARSA a terrorist organisation and accused it of setting the fires and attacking civilians. At half past noon, roughly 150 people--many of them from Montreal's Muslim community- marched from Concordia's Hall building to Place Ville Marie, ... Read More »

Tracking Jose: Tropical storm watch issued for part of NJ


They are issued 48 hours before the anticipated start of tropical-storm-force winds. Jose remains a hurricane while Lee has been downgraded to a tropical depression as of the latest update from the National Hurricane Center. Kitts, Nevis, Montserrat, Guadeloupe and Dominica. Hurricane Jose continues its slow northward trek but remains far from land as it generates powerful swells affecting coastal areas in Bermuda, the Bahamas, Puerto Rico, Hispaniola and the USA southeast. Read More »

Bangladesh restricts Rohingya refugees, starts immunization


The government says there is no such ethnicity as Rohingya and that members of the group are Bengalis who illegally migrated to Burma from Bangladesh. "The Rohingya problem is not an issue for Bangladesh alone; rather, it has turned into a global matter from a regional one", Sushma told Hasina. We can support nonprofits that support people in need. Read More »

Central Carolina Fair Worker Falls From Ferris Wheel


The carriage swung wildly back and forth while the crowd watched in horror. A spokesperson for the fair said the employee suffered minor injuries. Smith caught the incident on camera and posted the video on Facebook . "I know I'm going to do no more rides at the fair unless if it's a bumper auto". "The ride operator immediately stooped the ride and followed safety procedures to safely unload all passengers", officials said in a statement. Read More »

Trump advisers warn North Korea to give up weapons programs

Haley discussed the remarks in a talk show appearance Sunday and also talked about new sanctions on North Korea. North Korea has launched dozens of missiles under Kim's leadership as it accelerates a weapons programme created to give it the ability to target the United States with a powerful, nuclear-tipped missile. Read More »

Platform Specialty Products Corporation (PAH) — Hot Trending Stock


About 1,098 shares traded. Platform Specialty Products Corporation (NYSE:PPG) scores higher than PPG Industries, Inc. It has outperformed by 22.53% the S&P500. The rating was maintained by Barclays Capital with "Equal-Weight" on Tuesday, August 16. If the average volume is low then the liquidity is low which means it is hard to buy or sell the stock as there are fewer buyers or sellers of the stock. Read More »

Erdoğan, Kofi Annan discuss Rohingya Muslims over phone


He said spread of images of oppressed Rohingya on social media has evoked sympathy and helped IS lure new members. Myanmar said on Friday a visiting U.S. The United Nations last week said there was an urgent need for a coordinated response to the massive influx of desperate people, most of whom have still had no assistance from aid agencies or the state. Read More »

Tillerson Considering Closing Cuban Embassy Over Mysterious Sonic Attacks


At least 21 members of the United States mission in Havana and a smaller number of Canadians have suffered brain injuries and hearing loss in what have been reported as "acoustic attacks", although U.S. Some of those hurt were evacuated to Florida and some treated in place. USA officials believe some kind of device was used to undermine their health. Read More »

Wenger delighted with Arsenal character


Just like in the curtain-raiser to the season - when Arsenal beat Chelsea in the Community Shield - the west London cub finished with 10 men. "It looks like it's a "good" groin problem - not an easy one", said Wenger. "For sure it's odd. A unusual situation", he told reporters. "I was a player and I think it can happen, this type of period, if you are not so lucky and receive red cards". Read More »

Mike Glennon throws pick-6 as Bucs continue to roll


It was Tampa Bay's largest halftime advantage since 2001. Winston was 18 of 30 for 204 yards before giving way to Ryan Fitzpatrick late in the fourth quarter. Injury issues were present for the Bears all afternoon, as Nick Kwiatkoski, Tom Compton, and Josh Sitton were all forced out of the game with injuries. Read More »

Georgia Tech student shot, killed by officer


Suddenly, Schultz moves at a brisk pace toward an officer and at least one shot is heard as Schultz hits the ground and starts screaming in agony as the video ends. Their father, Bill, wrote about the shooting on Facebook and said his son had a 'tiny knife'. Schultz at that point hollers at police to shoot and officers react, "Drop the blade!" Scout's mother declined to discuss details of the shooting and said that she and her husband were considering legal options. Read More »

Rohingya children among worst affected by Myanmar violence


However, the Assam Rifles clarified that till Friday no illegal immigrant has been detected or intercepted. The secretary general has been outspoken about calling for an end to the violence in Myanmar's Rakhine state, and sent the Security Council an official letter raising his concerns about a crisis - the first time a United Nations chief has done so since 1989. Read More »

Hurricane Jose: What's in Store for the US?

By this point, Jose will either remain at minimal-hurricane intensity or weaken to a tropical storm. The hurricane center warned those from North Carolina to New England to keep an eye on the storm, and said tropical storm watches may be needed for parts of the area during the next day or two. Read More »

WANTED: Man takes 4 children, believed to be in Colorado Springs area


A Salem woman called police Monday, Sept. 11, after her ex-husband Matthew Giovanditto drove them to Colorado, then refused to return their four children, ages 3 to 9 years old. Salem Police Lt. Shane Smith said the mother has a new court order which nullifies the document Giovanditto referenced. A Colorado Parks and Wildlife officer found the 2015 white, Chevrolet Traverse pulling a camper at a Shell gas station at S. Read More »

Airpods' Wireless Charging Case May Arrive In December


All three devices come powered by an Apple A11 10nm processor along with an M11 co-processor for Gaming. When we buy a new phone at that price , we want to ensure that its cost is totally justified. Apple iPhone X Cons#1. It should be noted that benchmarks aren't the best way to measure real-life performance, but in the case of the iPhone X it's safe to say it'll still be faster than any smartphone before it. Read More »

Boris Johnson 'backseat driving' on Brexit


British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has fueled speculation that he hopes to eventually succeed Prime Minister Theresa May by spelling out his Brexit goals days before her major policy speech on the topic. I enjoy working with Boris. "It's a shame the same can't be said of Theresa May". A spokesman for Mr Johnson said Sir David was complaining about the article headline rather than the content. Read More »

Trump tours storm damage in Florida


In all, 115 people were evacuated from the nursing home , and state authorities have temporarily closed facility, according to CBS12 reported. On Thursday, detectives were at the Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills after receiving a search warrant to investigate the eight patients' deaths, which police believed were heat-related. Read More »

Baton Rouge Killings of 2 Black Men Likely Racially Motivated, Cops Say


Gleason was arrested after detectives said they found illegal drugs while searching his home, according to East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Office deputies. A neighbor of Gleason's told the AP that he seemed like a "clean-cut American kid" and that it was "hard to believe this sort of thing is still happening". Read More »

Bangladesh to limit movement of Rohingya


He added that Burma was "transporting rations for displaced people for emergency assistance" to areas close to the border and that Bangladesh "needs to understand that as well". "Not allowed", Mr Tin Maung Swe said, when asked if Mr Murphy will be going to Maungdaw district, at the heart of the strife that began when Rohingya insurgents attacked police posts and an army camp, killing a dozen people. Read More »

Kuwait to expel Pyongyang ambassador following US-North Korea tensions


Kuwait has made a decision to expel North Korea's ambassador to the country and four other diplomats, sources have indicated based on intelligence reports. While a small market compared to China and Russian Federation, the amount of money North Korean laborers in the Gulf kick back to the government helps Pyongyang evade global sanctions, authorities say. Read More »

Korea of military options


Japanese officials are "miffed" over United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley's decision to appear at a White House press briefing as the critical situation in North Korea escalates, CNN's Jim Acosta reports. The increasing levels of sanctions are expected to cut off 90 percent of North Korea's trade. "It's not what we'd prefer to do". Some 25 million people live in the metropolitan area of Seoul, U.S. Read More »

Nawaz Sharif 'Saadiq', 'Ameen' irrespective of Panama verdict: Maryam


The seat is being contested by Sharif's ailing wife Kulsoom, who is now recuperating in a London hospital, by Yasmeen Rashid of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party, and about 40 other candidates. Sunday "is going to be an epic battle in Lahore ..." Her rival candidate, Dr. Yasmin Rashid from Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) of Pakistan's former cricket star Imran Khan, obtained more than 46,000 votes, local Dunya TV reported, quoting unofficial results. Read More »

Hurricane Irma Damage In Florida Shown In Drone Video


Initial damage assessments found that 25% of homes there were destroyed and 65% suffered major damage, Federal Emergency Management Agency administrator Brock Long said . The facility called Scott's emergency number two more times, Defede said, as well as an emergency number in Tallahassee, and was repeatedly told that they were going to get help. Read More »

Georgia Power warns of scam


FPL estimates that it will have restored power to essentially all of its customers along the East Coast service territory by the end of this coming weekend, and for its customers along its West Coast service territory by end of day September 22, with the possible exception of areas impacted by tornadoes, severe flooding and other sections of severe damage. Read More »

Typhoon hits southwestern Japan, disrupting transport


With an atmospheric pressure of 975 hectopascals at its core, the typhoon was packing winds of up to around 162 km per hour near its center. More than 800 flights have cancelled due to the typhoon on Sunday, and train operations, including part of the Shinkansen bullet train services in Kyushu, were suspended. Read More »

North Korea releases photos it claims are of latest missile test

He said at Joint Base Andrews near Washington that North Korea "has once again shown its utter contempt for its neighbors and for the entire world community". rulers dare not talk about military option", according to the nation's state media. "For those who have said and have been commenting about the lack of a military option, there is a military option", he insisted. Read More »