• Irma causes major disruptions at airports — Travel advisory
Irma causes major disruptions at airports — Travel advisory

Departing passengers form a long queue to check in at Orlando International Airport ahead of Hurricane Irma making landfall, in Florida, U.S. September 9, 2017. Tampa expected to restart commercial flights on Tuesday morning. Now major USA airlines are augmenting their existing services out of the regions that will be most affected by the storm; ...

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  • 8 people killed after shooting at North Texas home, reports say
8 people killed after shooting at North Texas home, reports say

Witnesses claimed that they heard about 30 to 40 gunshots erupting inside the house. "And that's when he shot him", said Tilley. Earlier on July 31, at least one person was killed and several others injured in a shooting in Austin, Texas.

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  • United Nations says Myanmar violence is textbook ethnic cleansing
United Nations says Myanmar violence is textbook ethnic cleansing

He said he was particularly "appalled" by reports that Myanmar authorities had begun laying landmines along the border with Bangladesh to prevent those who fled from returning. Bangladesh has repeatedly urged the Myanmar government to take back the Rohingyas. Biren said: "The global border with Myanmar is porous and all steps have been taken to...

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  • Consequences of military action against North Korea may be horrific
Consequences of military action against North Korea may be horrific

The regime of Kim Jong-un claims to have detonated a H-bomb that could be placed in a ballistic missile. He called on the DPRK authorities to "comply fully with global obligations, the Security Council resolutions including Resolution 2371 adopted last month".

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  • Trump Today: President marks 9/11 anniversary with moment of silence, Pentagon visit
Trump Today: President marks 9/11 anniversary with moment of silence, Pentagon visit

Trump, joined by the First Lady Melania Trump walked onto the South Lawn and stood as bells towed. Bossert said Trump intends to continue the practice of receiving a briefing about the terrorist environment on September 11, a custom started by President George W.

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  • Nobel victor has let the world down
Nobel victor has let the world down

Murphy said she thinks Suu Kyi is being unfairly maligned because supporters had unrealistic expectations. Her commitment to peace and deliberations, her efforts to uphold the values of democracy, and her respect for human rights all amount to nothing if she stays silent at a moment when the world is in grief over the harrowing atrocities in her ...

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  • Can analysts adopt a bullish outlook for Fresnillo Plc (LON:FRES)?
Can analysts adopt a bullish outlook for Fresnillo Plc (LON:FRES)?

Therefore 59% are positive. Grubhub Inc had 77 analyst reports since July 27, 2015 according to SRatingsIntel. The firm earned "Underweight" rating on Friday, October 9 by Barclays Capital. The stock has "Overweight" rating by JP Morgan on Tuesday, November 8. Investors sentiment decreased to 0.85 in Q4 2016. Its down 0.01, from 0.91 in 2016Q3.

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  • India, Afghanistan agree to bolster security cooperation
India, Afghanistan agree to bolster security cooperation

The two countries also said they would cooperate in overcoming challenges posed by Islamic terror groups. As the two countries signed 116 agreements in development sectors, including in health, agriculture and education, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said India's relationship with Afghanistan was an article of faith as New Delhi wou...

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  • Gas prices may have peaked in northern New England
Gas prices may have peaked in northern New England

AAA says Michiganders are noticing the aftereffects of Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma at gas pumps throughout the state. As hurricanes remained in the picture, consumers continued to deal with a spike in gas prices. At this time, Hurricane Irma is moving near the Florida Keys. Port Everglades, which is the main seaport servicing South Florid...

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  • Google appeals against huge European Union anti-trust fine
Google appeals against huge European Union anti-trust fine

European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager holds a news conference at the EU Commission's headquarters in Brussels , Belgium, June 27, 2017.REUTERS/Francois LenoirGoogle has appealed a record-breaking €2.4 billion (£2.1 billion; $2.9 billion) fine from European regulators.

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  • CT and NY AGs sue Trump over rescinding DACA
CT and NY AGs sue Trump over rescinding DACA

After Sessions' announcement, House Speaker Paul Ryan said he hoped Congress can find "a permanent legislative solution that includes ensuring that those who have done nothing wrong can still contribute as a valued part of this great country".

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  • Pope Francis Suffered Light Injury in a Collision Incident in Colombia
Pope Francis Suffered Light Injury in a Collision Incident in Colombia

Over the last several years, Francis made his first official trip outside of Rome to the Mediterranean island of Lampedusa to commemorate North African migrants who die trying to get to Europe; called on every Catholic parish in Europe to take in a Syrian refugee family; surprised 2,000 immigrant shelter residents near the Vatican with Christ...

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  • Trump Asks US Supreme Court to Restore Refugee Travel Ban
Trump Asks US Supreme Court to Restore Refugee Travel Ban

Acting Solicitor General Jeffrey Wall condemned the court's ruling on the prohibition on blocking refugees. Although the 9th Circuit also prohibited the government from banning relatives of someone in the United States, the Justice Department focused exclusively on removing the Appeals Court's protection of refugees who received formal assuranc...

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  • Miss North Dakota claims Miss America crown
Miss North Dakota claims Miss America crown

Mund is now the recipient of a $50,000 scholarship (she has been accepted to Notre Dame for law school, but plans to defer a year) and a six-figure salary during her Miss America reign. Mund's talent for the Miss America pageant was jazz dancing. For example: During the contest, one of the two contestants for Miss Texas, Jennifer Davis ,...

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  • Florida residents attempt to rescue manatees stranded by effects of Hurricane Irma
Florida residents attempt to rescue manatees stranded by effects of Hurricane Irma

Forecasters warned gawkers to stay clear of the exposed beach, warning that at least 10 to 15-feet of a "life-threatening storm surge" could return at any moment, according to the U.S. The Facebook post has been liked more than 63,000 times and has more than 49,000 shares on the social media site. The manatees weren't the only animals to be rescu...

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  • Death toll of terror attack in Egypt's Sinai rises to 18
Death toll of terror attack in Egypt's Sinai rises to 18

Since then, hundreds of Egyptian security personnel have been killed in attacks across Sinai - especially in the peninsula's volatile northeastern quadrant, which shares borders with both Israel and the Hamas-run Gaza Strip. A statement by the Interior Ministry, which oversees security forces, said the militants were hiding in two apartments in the...

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  • Lady Gaga is going to make a break in his career - Here
Lady Gaga is going to make a break in his career - Here

She says the "Vogue" songstress has since apologized to her, but admits she's not sure if she can ever trust her again. It's like a guy passing me a note through his friend.' She also stated that when her tour is over she would take a bit of time off to sort things out and to reflect about the past ten years.

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  • Former Georgian leader Mikheil Saakashvili makes point at Ukrainian border
Former Georgian leader Mikheil Saakashvili makes point at Ukrainian border

Upon arriving in Lviv, where he remains, Saakashvili protested that his guards stole his Ukrainian passport, which he insists remains valid despite Poroshenko's attempts to strip him of citizenship. The criminal case was opened on charges of "illegal smuggling of people across the state border of Ukraine", said a statement on the website of the...

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  • Military Called In To Keep Up With Wildfire Demands In Western States
Military Called In To Keep Up With Wildfire Demands In Western States

For all of 2015, a record 15,800 square miles (41,000 square kilometers) burned . Beetles have killed almost 80,000 square miles of forest in western Canada. As a number of previous peer-reviewed studies have shown, the area burned annually by wildfires has increased in recent decades and is expected to continue to increase this century.

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  • Airlines face criticism amid Irma price-gouging charges
Airlines face criticism amid Irma price-gouging charges

Delta Airlines said it added flights and over 5,000 seats to help customers in Hurricane Irma's path. At Fort Lauderdale's airport, 275 flights were canceled. According to Yahoo Finance , JetBlue will charge "a maximum of $99 up to the last available seat for direct flights and a maximum of $159 up to the last available seat for connecting f...

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