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Rossi Cleared to Ride at Aragon MotoGP


His broken leg is still by no means completely healed, so it's sure to be a hard task. Yamaha MotoGP legend Valentino Rossi has been cleared to race again a mere 21 days after breaking his right leg in a motocross accident, the series announced today. Read More »

Chicago's Mexican Community Rallies to Raise Cash For Earthquake Victims

A 7.1-magnitude quake Tuesday struck Mexico Tuesday the second major natural disaster the strike the country this month, Jana Pursley, a geophysicist with the US Geological Survey, told CNN . If they find a corpse, they stop suddenly, then carefully proceed. " We know he is in there and we are waiting for him", Garcia said. "That indicates to us that there is a cadaver". Read More »

'Madman' Kim Jong-Un doesn't mind starving or killing his people


Ri Yong Ho didn't elaborate and said no one knew what decision Kim would make. "North Korea's nuclear weapons and missile development is a grave threat to peace and security in our world and it is unacceptable that others financially support this criminal, rogue regime", Mr Trump said as he joined Japanese PM Shinzo Abe and South Korean President Moon Jae-in for lunch. Read More »

Trump blasts criticism of first lady's high heels


She explained the importance of healthy eating with the children and stressed the importance of eating lots of vegetables and fruits. They smiled broadly when realized how easy it was to pull the vegetables straight out of the ground. The first lady also helped plant broccoli and later helped rinse the vegetables. The children also planted cabbage, cauliflower, turnips, carrots, spinach and lettuce. Read More »

Kim Jong-un Is A Madman - Donald Trump


The Security Council also imposed restrictions on the export of crude oil to North Korea . Nifty suffered major setup and closed below the 10,000 mark after North Korea's threat that it may test a nuclear weapon in the Pacific . Kim basically called Trump old and senile , but while Kim did not actually say the word " dotard ", it was translated that way, Mashable reported. Read More »

In the Black sea sank a fishing boat with migrants


Two survivors who were in a serious condition were taken to the Kocaeli State Hospital, Anadolou said, quoting the Turkish coastguard statement. According to Turkish coast guard, the boat capsized due to bad weather, after making an SOS call. Read More »

Weekend warmup ahead; Maria track uncertain


Thus far, Harvey and Irma alone have cost upwards of $290 billion, already double the Atlantic's most expensive season for the U.S. The previous record-holder was 2005, when Katrina and three other storms resulted in $141 billion in damage , according to National Hurricane Center data. Read More »

Mexico's quake early warning system coming to Pacific Northwest


As of September 20, the Federal Electricity Commission had restored power to almost everyone affected in Puebla, Oaxaca , Guerrero, and Tlaxacala, and most of the affected users in Mexico City , Estado de Mexico , and Morelos. "People have been extraordinary", Cruz said. While Mexico's position along major tectonic fault lines makes it a hotbed of seismic activity, the frequency of these powerful earthquakes begs the question: Are these quakes happening more often? "We can't look ... Read More »

Israel hits 'Hezbollah weapons' depot near Damascus airport

A source at the airport spoke to Prensa Latina, saying that nobody was hurt in the attacks, and little damage was caused. Sounds of explosions were heard in and around Damascus, the watchdog said . Earlier this week, a Hezbollah drone was shot down by an Israeli Air Force Patriot missile, after it entered the demilitarized zone on the Israel-Syria border. Read More »

Ann Coulter won't attend 'Free Speech Week' at Berkeley


The University of California, Berkeley's student government recently voted to condemn the upcoming "Free-Speech Week" while refusing to label Antifa a violent organization. The survey also found that 44 percent of students believe the First Amendment does not protect hate speech. "These actions by the University speak louder than words when it comes to our commitment to the First Amendment and Free Speech". Read More »

China's state media blasts USA handling of North Korea crisis

China and Russian Federation held joint drills in the Baltic Sea earlier in July. Gasoline and diesel prices in the North have surged since the latest nuclear test in anticipation of a possible oil ban, according to market data analyzed by Reuters on Monday. Read More »

Metal stocks drop after S&P cuts China's sovereign credit rating


It's the second time this year the world's second largest economy has had its credit rating cut. A rival credit ratings agency, Moody's , cut China's credit rating in May 2017. Moody's Investors Service downgraded Bank of Communications, China's fifth-largest bank by assets, on September 7. Indicating the sensitivity of the issue, China's nationalist tabloid The Global Times published an editorial saying the ratings agencies were American and European, so imbued with western ideology, ... Read More »

Investor's Watch: Pretium Res Inc (PVG)


During the day, the stock price traveled from $8.25 to $8.72. Jane Street Group, LLC owns 24,100 shares valued at $232,000. Zacks Investment Research lowered shares of Pretium Resources from a "hold" rating to a "sell" rating in a research report on Saturday, July 8th. Read More »

Holly Bobo trial verdict: Guilty verdict for Zachary Adams in 2011 slaying


Zachary Adams looks back at the crowd during a break in his trial for the kidnapping, rape and murder of nursing student Holly Bobo, on September 11, 2017, in Savannah, Tenn . "There was absolutely nothing, not a drop of blood, not a hair, not anything at all that connected him to Holly Bobo", Hagerman said. If this is the case, Adams would go back to the Williamson County jail and walk free after processing. Read More »

Hurricane Maria: Most powerful in 90 years for USA territory


Abner Gómez, head of the disaster management agency, said none of the customers of Puerto Rico's Electric Power Authority had any electricity. 'We continue to be pleased to support our member countries in their time of need and are encouraged by the annual renewal of policies by our members, ' said CEO of CCRIF Issac Anthony. Read More »

USA options on North Korea 'effective and overwhelming'


Nikki Haley said Friday from the White House. Next Tuesday's address will be Trump's first before the General Assembly, Haley continued, and they are all "very anxious" to hear what he will say. "We call on all nations to take new measures against the Kim [Jong Un] regime", the top USA diplomat said. The Trump administration has called the development of a North Korean ICBM an unacceptable existential threat. Read More »

Donations sought for hurricane-damage in the US Virgin Islands


Virgin Islands and finding them homes on the mainland. Donations are being coordinated by expat Virgin Islanders living in Napa and can be picked up anywhere in Napa Valley and the San Francisco Bay Area. The hurricane left the island in turmoil, with 98 per cent of its infrastructure destroyed and people leaving the island with nothing more than the clothes they were wearing. Read More »

Suspect Shot By Police Outside Huntington Beach 7-Eleven


Police released no details, but two short video clips posted on social media sites for the OC Hawk news service appeared to show the encounter. After the man falls, the officer grabs his walkie talkie and says, "Suspect's down". The officer can be heard saying "the suspect is down". A California police officer shot a man after a struggle in a convenience store parking lot, a suspicious shooting that caused an instant backlash on the internet Frida. Read More »

Secretary of state: Russians targeted Minnesota elections


Department of Homeland Security, which confirmed Friday what Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman already had shared with federal agents this past year. Wisconsin was one of 21 states notified Friday of the attempted hacking. He says the hackers were unable to find any vulnerability in the state system and "weren't able to get any kind of intrusion into anything". Read More »

Rohingya Muslims are not terrorists but are terrorized: Maulana Naseeruddin


Simon Henshaw, the top US diplomat for refugee and migration issues, said there was much more Myanmar's government must do to secure the area and protect the people. According to media reports, the violence began when Rohingya militants attacked police posts in Myanmar's northern Rakhine state. Bandarban is a neighbouring district where thousands of Rohingya also have fled. Read More »

Centre will bailout ailing banks, says Arun Jaitley


While credit goes to the banking sector for financial inclusion as well as handling demonetisation drive successfully in a few weeks, Jaitley noted that stressed assets are core area of concern for the banking system. The government is also considering relaxing the working capital requirement for the MSMEs to 180 days from the current 90 days, which will provide them with enough elbow room, ET said. Read More »

Is Digital Realty Trust Inc. (DLR) a good buy?

It now has negative earnings. The value of the company's investment in First Potomac Realty Trust of went from $1,150,000 to $1,354,000 increasing 17.7% quarter over quarter. The Company owns, leases, manages, acquires, finances, develops and redevelops real estate properties associated primarily with the delivery of outpatient healthcare services across the United States. Read More »

Germany's SPD continues to drop in polls, AfD to third strongest party


And though Germans head to the polls on Sunday to determine their next government, most predict that incumbent chancellor Angela Merkel is nearly guaranteed a fourth term. Young voters are in the peculiar position of knowing only one chancellor. As Figure 1 shows, AfD candidates have proven to be by far the most prolific on Twitter: the average AfD candidate tweets six times a day, roughly twice as much as other parties' candidates. Read More »

Charmin Offers #MadPooper Year's Supply Of TP To Turn Herself In


She told KKTV News her kids alerted her to the woman when they found her mid-movement. "Maybe they didn't use that word, but the woman went out and confronted her, and it was clear what she was doing". Budde has put up a sign asking the woman to stop. Police in Colorado Springs are just as baffled. Now Charmin has offered a year's supply of free toilet paper to the woman if she turns herself in. Read More »

Rex Tillerson: Trump 'ultimately' decides North Korea military response


Tillerson, during his "GMA" appearance, didn't give a direct answer when asked if Trump's tough talk against the hermetic country worked. If "Russia wants to restore its role as a credible actor in resolving the situation withNorth Korea, it can prove its good intentions by upholding its commitments to establish worldwide efforts on nuclear security and arms control", he said. Read More »

Japan: All Options on the Table for North Korea


The official declined to speak on the record because of the sensitivity of the issue. Trump has vowed that North Korea will never be allowed to threaten the United States with a nuclear-tipped missile, but he has also asked China to do more to rein in its neighbor. Read More »

Which Way Traders Signposts MGM Resorts International (MGM), eBay Inc. (EBAY) Stocks?


The company gives a ROE of 6.70%. The firm has "Buy" rating given on Friday, June 2 by Piper Jaffray. Mgm Resorts International now has $18.84 billion valuation. 93 funds opened positions while 121 raised stakes. 425.76 million shares or 3.24% more from 412.40 million shares in 2017Q1 were reported. Gmt Capital Corp decreased Cigna Corp (NYSE:CI) stake by 96,960 shares to 611,000 valued at $81.50M in 2016Q4. Read More »

Iranian minister slams Trump's ignorant hate speech at UN


When a mission underperforms, we should restructure it. British Prime Minister Theresa May called for stronger steps to rein in North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's nuclear weapons buildup, and Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe urged worldwide unity in pressuring Pyongyang to give up its nuclear weapons. Read More »

Bangladesh PM says Myanmar must take back Rohingya


Facebook is reportedly removing posts and suspending accounts of activists who are documenting the " ethnic cleansing " of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar, Daily Beast has reported. The U.N. Security Council, among others, has demanded that the government give aid workers safe and unhindered access to the affected areas. He did not specify what kind of action he was seeking. Read More »

Trump hints at possible withdrawal from Iran nuke deal


Trump delivered a scathing verbal attack against Iran in his maiden speech to the UN General Assembly on Tuesday. "It will be a great pity if this agreement were to be destroyed by "rogue" newcomers to the world of politics: the world will have lost a great opportunity", he said . Read More »

Saudi Arabia donates 15 mln Dollars for Rohingya refugees fleeing from Myanmar


The Cabinet renewed calls by the kingdom for the worldwide community to take urgent action to stop violent acts and for the Muslim minority to be given their rights "without discrimination" or "racial classification". The King Salman Centre sent 100 tonnes of food, tents, sleeping mats, blankets, said International Organisation for Migration (IOM) who received the aid. Read More »

Democrats in Congress brace for new Iran nuclear fight

The U.N. Security Council, meanwhile, approved a resolution supporting efforts to reform the world body's far-flung peacekeeping operations. Despite Trump's rhetoric, his administration insists it is seeking a diplomatic resolution. Iran unveiled a new ballistic missile Friday as its president stepped up pressure on the United States by defending its right to strengthen military defenses. Read More »