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by | September 29, 2017 | 00:37

They also arrested two separatist organization leaders for sedition and deployed massive police forces to patrol the streets of Barcelona . Romeva accused the Spanish government of a "brutal crackdown" on Catalan officials to try to prevent the vote, which Spain considers to be illegal.

by | September 29, 2017 | 00:30

Yesterday, the Supreme Court found Yingluck guilty of negligence in a rice pledging scheme and sentenced her in absentia to five years imprisonment. Confirmed reports previously indicated Yingluck, who became Thailand's first female prime minister in 2011, had fled the country to Dubai, where her older brother, who was ousted as prime minister in a previous military coup in 2006, resides.

by | September 29, 2017 | 00:30

Trump's disdain for the deal has raised speculation he will trigger a process that could lead to its termination. He also called for new limits on Tehran's ballistic missile program. "If the USA did reimpose is the sanctions the U.S.is in clear violation of the deal", he said . Two unnamed USA intel sources told Fox News that the test wasn't real and that they're not sure why Iran lied about it.

by | September 29, 2017 | 00:26

President Donald Trump declared Wednesday he's " not happy " with his top health official, after Tom Price's government-paid jet rides. "I am not happy about it, and I let him know it". When asked if Price would be fired, Trump left the option open. "I will tell you personally, I'm not happy about it". The secretary, along with Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt are each now the subject of inquiries by their respective inspectors general over flights and ...

by | September 29, 2017 | 00:28

A 911 call about the shooting came in at 10:20 a.m. Wednesday from someone inside the house, according to police. MI law permits the storage of firearms in home daycare facilities, as long as they're kept in a locked container that's inaccessible to children.

by | September 29, 2017 | 00:26

Commenting on the Kurdish Regional Government (KRG) referendum in northern Iraq, Turkey's president Erdogan reiterated that it had "no legitimacy" in terms of Iraqi constitution and worldwide law. But Russia has so far not come out explicitly against the referendum, emphasising the importance of preserving Iraq's territorial integrity. The S-400 surface-to-air missiles deal that Moscow and Ankara signed this month is seen as a snub to Turkey's Western NATO allies.

by | September 29, 2017 | 00:25

The irregular "sheet" of rock that fell is estimated to be 130 feet tall, 65 feet wide, and 3-10 feet thick. Smaller chunks of rock fell after the larger piece fell. "Once we saw how quickly it dissipated, we knew it wasn't a fire". Gediman said crews were working to transport the injured person to a hospital. The names of the victims are still unknown, as well as whether they were climbers or tourists visiting the park.

by | September 29, 2017 | 00:22

Indonesian officials said more than 120,000 people have evacuated Bali as authorities warned a volcano could erupt in "a matter of hours". The volcano, located in the northeast of the island, has been rumbling since August but the tremors escalated dramatically in recent days.

by | September 29, 2017 | 00:20

At the high court, a 4-4 tie does not overturn a lower court's conclusion. And the sudden death of Justice Antonin Scalia had left the conservative branch of the court with only four votes. Twenty-two states have not banned agency fee requirements, covering about 5 million public-sector workers. "The Janus case is a blatantly political and well-funded plot to use the highest court in the land to further rig the economic rules against everyday working people", said Lee Saunders, ...

by | September 29, 2017 | 00:09

Museveni, 73, won another five-year term in 2016, but under the current constitution-which bars presidential candidates over the age of 75 from running-he would not be able to seek re-election in 2021. Museveni, a US ally on regional security, took power by force in 1986 and was re-elected a year ago in a poll marred by allegations of fraud and voter intimidation.

by | September 28, 2017 | 01:30

In spite of the fact that President Trump frequently scorns the predominant press as "phony news", we know now that there were individuals who deliberately made false news stories amid the 2016 decision and passed them off as genuine. election campaign has died at 38. Horner gained worldwide attention during the 2016 presidential election for his widely circulated and wildly unsubstantiated stories on Facebook that were created to intentionally rile people up.

by | September 28, 2017 | 01:16

Reed was well-liked in her community. 15 and was confirmed to have contracted the flesh-eating bacteria by the Harris County medical examiner's office, USA Today reported Wednesday. Reed's is the second known case of the presence of the bacteria related to the hurricane. A doctor warns KTRK that even after floodwaters recede, the unsafe bacteria can remain on anything floodwaters touched.

by | September 28, 2017 | 01:11

The man said he was afraid for his life, and the vehicle nearly hit him multiple times. On Sept. 20, Davis went to Sciarra's house, where she allegedly hurled eggs at his auto and home. A police report noted the man saying he feared for his life and wanted to press charges against Davis. However, records indicate he and the daughter are in the midst of divorce proceedings.

by | September 28, 2017 | 01:14

Macron will press ahead with his vision of remaking European institutions anyway, seeking to set the direction of debate. With Brexit looming, Macron warned the rest of Europe against the dangers of anti-immigrant nationalism and fragmentation, saying it goes against the principles of a shared Europe born from the tragedy of world wars.

by | September 28, 2017 | 01:11

Sources said that off-late several infiltration attempts by the Pakistan Army to push in terrorists from across the worldwide border and the LoC have been successfully foiled by the Army and the BSF. He said the unprovoked aggression from across the LoC was effectively retaliated by the soldiers. In May this year, BAT troops had allegedly beheaded two Indian soldiers - a claim challenged by Pakistan.

by | September 28, 2017 | 01:06

Pivoting to health care, which was in the news this weeks thanks to the demise of the Senate GOP-led Graham-Cassidy bill, Obama said it's not up to her or her husband to defend the Affordable Care Act, commonly referred to as 'Obamacare'. You like the thing we're told to like-the voice we are told we are supposed to like. While most women, 54% specifically, according to CNN's exit polls , voted for Clinton, there was a shift among white women, 52% of which voted for Trump .

by | September 28, 2017 | 01:04

Most of the island is still without electricity or running water. Puerto Ricans have been citizens of the United States since 1917. The two described their hometown in Puerto Rico as war zones. Ten more ships, including a Navy hospital ship, are on the way. We need help right now. In response to Trump's comments, Carmen Yulin Cruz, the mayor of San Juan, said that Puerto Rico's debt crisis and the ongoing hurricane relief measures are "two different issues".

by | September 28, 2017 | 00:58

Regarding Flynn and Manafort, Blumenthal said they "are the most prominent, but there may well be others". Blumenthal said he expected charges for Flynn and Manafort, but added "there may be others". During the raid, Manafort was reportedly told to expect an indictment . It's unclear if Flynn is now or was previously under investigation by the IRS.

by | September 28, 2017 | 01:03

The FDA said that it had sent warning letters to most of the. Beginning with just eight countries in 2008, Operation Pangea has grown exponentially during the past 10 years, with police, customs and drug regulatory authorities from 123 countries taking part in 2017.

by | September 28, 2017 | 00:54

Critics of the proposed rules point out that social media information has been found to be pretty unuseful for any kind of vetting or other immigration investigation. "The question is do we really want the government monitoring political views?" Others say that there is no evidence to suggest that the data helps, while the increased information also increases costs.

by | September 28, 2017 | 00:47

Return: Boyata was born in Brussels . " Games like the PSG one are little reality checks", he said. Interim coach Nicolas Frutos was untested at global level and it showed in the quality of his team's performance. "They do not play what we would consider to be a 100% Scottish style". "They are having a bad time right now but it doesn't mean anything". "We have tried to do our best to analyse and study Anderlecht ".

by | September 28, 2017 | 00:46

This is about the president being for respecting our country through symbols like the American flag, like the national anthem. "He uses race to advance his own ends", Jeffries told CNN. "It really doesn't take that long to type out 140 characters", she said. At one stroke, thanks to an attempted vulgar display of strength, Trump changed the playing of the anthem and the display of the flag from a moment where all but the most radical Americans could unite to one where millions of ...

by | September 28, 2017 | 00:46

Due to her no-show last month, the court postponed the verdict to Wednesday. He is living in self-imposed exile to avoid serving a prison term from a 2008 conviction on a conflict of interest charge. The former businesswoman drew hordes of supporters whenever she toured her electoral heartlands, taking endless selfies and being showered with red roses.

by | September 28, 2017 | 00:44

A spokesman for American Bridge, a group that monitors Republicans, said he wonders how Kushner can accomplish anything for the White House if he can't handle simple paperwork. Another report has triggered a new investigation and that into his use of private email. The goof prompted Wired writer Ashley Feinberg to ask "Is Kushner a woman?" Kushner, who is married to Ivanka Trump has a vast portfolio of issues at the White House, including being in charge of brokering peace in the ...

by | September 28, 2017 | 00:43

He said 119 flights were crossing the Iranian airspace at the time of the missile launch. The president has ratcheted up his rhetoric toward the Iran in recent days, calling the 2015 Iranian nuclear deal an "embarrassment to the United States" on the floor of the United Nations last week.

by | September 28, 2017 | 00:44

On Tuesday the US's top military officer told the Senate Armed Services Committee that he had not detected any shifts in North Korea's military posture - which Pentagon officials consider a good thing. "What I've just articulated is the advice I've provided in private, and I've just provided in public". "The Russians, Chinese, and others are doing what I describe as conducting competition at a level that falls below conflict", Dunford said.

by | September 28, 2017 | 00:40

According to commentators, Mattis is the first member of the United States president's cabinet to visit Afghanistan since the strategy announcement to keep American boots on the ground there indefinitely. During their visit, the two officials also plan to discuss the so-called Resolute Support train-and-assist mission of US-led foreign forces, which is purportedly created to strengthen Afghanistan's troops so they can hold their own.

by | September 28, 2017 | 00:42

The New York Post quoted the DA's spokeswoman Patrice O'Shaughnessy as saying: 'We objected to the plea being offered, because we would never have offered a non-jail deal in this case'. "She's a wonderful police officer , heroic in what she did, gutsy as we would expect her to be", Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano said Tuesday. She then walked down the line of officers, sharing a hug and a chat with many, to their cheers and applause.

by | September 28, 2017 | 00:42

The agency cited claims of improper subsidies after a complaint by Boeing. The commission's ruling will be the key to whether any duties slapped on the CS100s become permanent, or whether the case is dismissed, all duties paid are refunded and the Bombardier-Delta deal can go ahead as planned.

by | September 28, 2017 | 00:41

More fantastic still is that Porsche didn't just shave a few milliseconds off the previous record. "It's not just the record time achieved by the GT2 RS that demonstrates the vehicle's class, but also its consistent performance in every lap", said Andreas Preuninger, head of GT cars at Porsche .

by | September 28, 2017 | 00:40

The Deep Space Gateway agreement is important for a number of reasons. NASA said they share a common vision for space exploration and will work on new projects - including the Deep Space Gateway . Traveling to and from cislunar space will help NASA and its partners gain the knowledge and experience necessary to venture beyond the moon and into deep space.

by | September 28, 2017 | 00:35

Authorities believe there was an argument between the two victims and the 18-year-old suspect, who was arrested but has yet to be charged, the New York Post reported . "Today, unfortunately, some families will not be feeling this security". The school does not have metal detectors, officials said, adding that this knife would have been picked up if there were.

by | September 28, 2017 | 00:35

Drug Enforcement Administration's ( DEA ) acting director will be leaving his post . Chuck Rosenberg , who was known to be close to fired former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey , has resigned "effective October 1", spokeswoman Katherine Pfaff told AFP.

by | September 28, 2017 | 00:31

Switzerland is at the top of the world global index followed by US Singapore at the second and third places, individually. The World Economic Forum said that according to the current methodology, India's score, this year, is the highest ever.

by | September 28, 2017 | 00:32

Bidding documents say four of the eight prototypes are to be solid concrete and four are to be made of "other materials" . "Our multi-pronged strategy to ensure the safety and security of the American people includes barriers, infrastructure, technology and people", said Ronald Vitiello, the acting deputy commissioner of CBP in a statement.