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He said the army was working with the government and other institutions to introduce new reforms as without such initiatives, the National Action Plan (NAP) against terrorism would remain incomplete. Bajwa's comments came against the backdrop of an increasingly assertive United States that has repeatedly slammed Islamabad for being selective in fighting terrorism .
  • Yet another tropical storm forms; this one is named Katia

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    Tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 60 miles (95 km) from the center. Jose quickly intensified over the past 24 hours into a category 1 hurricane and there's no reason, meteorologically, for the strengthening to stop. The potentially catastrophic category 5 storm made landfall in the Caribbean early Wednesday morning. Katia is forecast to turn southeastward in the next 24 hours and will move in that direction before turning southwest on Friday.
  • Bridge Company declares new bridge on its way to Detroit-Windsor corridor

    Bridge Company declares new bridge on its way to Detroit-Windsor corridor

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    Detroit International Bridge estimates the privately funded project with a 2,190-foot, cable-stayed main span over the Detroit River will cost a total of $1 billion. The worldwide bridge authority insists construction of the new bridge will begin sometime in 2018. The new, privately owned bridge, will have six lanes, three in each direction, with dedicated NEXUS, FAST and bus lanes.
  • Blast Injures Employee At East Chicago, Ind

    Blast Injures Employee At East Chicago, Ind

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    Chicago fire officials said the explosion might have come from a package and at least two pipe bombs were found on the scene, reported NWI . However, Serna didn't reveal the extent of the person's injuries. Representatives for the agencies did not immediately respond to requests for information and messages left with the East Chicago police and fire departments had not been returned Wednesday night.
  • Trump confident China won't put up with North Korea's actions

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    Moon Jae-in also said that he is studying the possibility of sending a special envoy to North Korea for talks if Pyongyang stops its missile and nuclear tests . "We think these exercises are provoking in nature but we should not forget and North Koreans should not forget what happened in Iraq", he said . Meanwhile, Trump's military, diplomacy and intelligence chiefs briefed Congress on the North Korean threat and US strategy to address it.
  • Dennis Rodman does karaoke with Kim Jong

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    The country claims to have produced a powerful hydrogen bomb small enough to fit on a long-range missile, and in August, launched a missile over populated regions of Japan. The United Nations is considering heavy new sanctions that would prohibit all oil product sales to North Korea , as well as stopping member states hiring North Korean laborers, purchasing its textiles, and operating joint venture businesses in the country, a draft resolution seen by NK News showed on Thursday.
  • Putin Says At This Point, Sanctions Against North Korea Are 'Useless'

    Putin Says At This Point, Sanctions Against North Korea Are 'Useless'

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    The bomb dropped on Hiroshima was about 15 kilotons . The underground blast on Sunday caused a 6.3-magnitude quake, according to the US Geological Survey, and was followed a few minutes later by another with a magnitude of 4.1, leading to suggestions that the rock over the site had caved in, potentially releasing radioactive material into the atmosphere.
  • Tropical Storm Jose Becomes the 10th Named Storm of the Hurricane Season

    Tropical Storm Jose Becomes the 10th Named Storm of the Hurricane Season

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    It's on a path toward Puerto Rico , the Dominican Republic, Haiti and Cuba before possibly heading for Florida over the weekend. "This is not an order of mandatory evacuation", he said. Both areas were hit by Hurricane Hugo in 1989. In St Kitts-Nevis, the authorities said that the storm passed to the north of the Federation and while residents are still experiencing wind and rains, initial reports appear to indicate that the Federation has escaped the worst.
  • Hillsborough trial to be held in Lancashire

    Hillsborough trial to be held in Lancashire

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    They all face charges of perverting the course of justice relating to changes to the witness statements given by police officers. However, Duckenfield and five other defendants will first attempt to block any prosecution as an "abuse of process" on the grounds of delay and prejudicial publicity, the court heard.
  • China Worried Nuclear Fallout Could Force Hand on North Korea

    China Worried Nuclear Fallout Could Force Hand on North Korea

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    Trump's threat to stop doing business with countries that trade with the pariah state (such as China) and his negative remarks about South Korea appeasing its neighbor actually showed him to be "a genius", Noah joked. "It would be a suicide note on the part of Kim Jong-un, it would be a complete catastrophe". He advised Australians residing or travelling overseas to register themselves on the Smart Traveller website so as to remain informed of the situation.
  • Overwhelming Military Response to Follow Any Threat to US Allies - Mattis

    Overwhelming Military Response to Follow Any Threat to US Allies - Mattis

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    North Korea has a surprisingly large naval force, but most of the North's combat ships and submarines are outdated. The Korea Herald , which first reported the "frankenmissile" plan, quoted military sources as saying the South Korean government is now considering a plan to build a ballistic missile with a payload of up to 2 tons (4,000lbs).
  • Trump Consults With UK, Australia Leaders On North Korea

    Trump Consults With UK, Australia Leaders On North Korea

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    Russian Federation says that the buildings were subsequently searched, in violation of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, and that it has been denied access to them, despite their status as " inviolable " diplomatic properties. Moscow and Washington are now involved in a diplomatic dispute concerning the closure of a Russian consulate and several other diplomatic properties across America.
  • As Irma threatens Caribbean, tropical storm forms in Atlantic

    As Irma threatens Caribbean, tropical storm forms in Atlantic

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    In the southwestern Gulf of Mexico, Tropical Storm Katia is expected to hit the Mexican state of Veracruz. All three of these storms are a sign it's peak hurricane season. Irma will cruise through the Northern Windward Islands and the north shore of Puerto Rico as a Category 5 before possibly slightly weakening to a Category 4 as it approaches Cuba and the Florida Straits.
  • U.S. proposes United Nations ban on oil to North Korea and asset freeze

    U.S. proposes United Nations ban on oil to North Korea and asset freeze

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    The United States says North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is "begging for war" but Donald Trump is more likely to strike first, an worldwide nuclear weapons expert says. And it has a lot to do with how China forced the USA to accept it as a nuclear power. Almost 80 percent of the textile exports went to China. It flies to Beijing and a few other cities in China, including Dandong, the main transit point for trade between the two countries.
  • Vladimir Putin warns world faces 'global catastrophe' over North Korea

    Vladimir Putin warns world faces 'global catastrophe' over North Korea

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    Putin was speaking after South Korea said an agreement with the U.S. to scrap a weight limit on its warheads would help it respond to the North Korean threat after North Korea conducted its sixth and largest nuclear test . The diplomat said he "invited United States colleagues to work together on a proper solution" to the crisis. (But) ramping up military hysteria will lead to nothing good.
  • Putin calls for talks with North Korea

    Putin calls for talks with North Korea

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    SHAPIRO: At the U.N. Security Council meeting, South Korea's ambassador, Cho Tae-yul, urged North Korea to take the path of denuclearization. That calculation has held even while China's interests have diverged from those of North Korea.
  • Russia To Sue US Over Consulate Search And Seizure

    Russia To Sue US Over Consulate Search And Seizure

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    It has also been argued that the measure will have only a minor effect on the North Korean leadership and could be little more than an empty gesture by China to show that it is participating in worldwide sanctions. and NY by September 2 in retaliation for Moscow cutting the U.S. diplomatic presence in Russia. Russian officials cheered Trump when he was elected past year, and Putin praised him as someone who wanted to improve ties with Russia.
  • Abe adviser in call for Japan to acquire missiles to counter North

    Abe adviser in call for Japan to acquire missiles to counter North

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    India is concerned about the increasing presence of Chinese nuclear submarines in the Indian Ocean while China lays claim to the Senkaku Islands, a group of uninhabited islands now controlled by Japan in the East China Sea. In addition the ministers agreed to pursue exchanges and training by ASW aviation units such as Lockheed P-3 Orion anti-submarine and maritime surveillance aircraft.
  • USA proposes United Nations resolution to ban oil exports to North Korea

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    Kim would be added to a United Nations sanctions blacklist that would subject him to a global travel ban, along with four other senior North Korean officials, according to the draft. He said: "Next time you go to North Korea, can I come with you and meet Kim Jong-un?" "However, such an assumption has now proven wrong". The country's ambassador to the United Nations accused the US of reckless provocations and attempts to put pressure on North Korea.
  • Lewandowski Expects More 'Inaction' From Congress on DACA

    Lewandowski Expects More 'Inaction' From Congress on DACA

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    Ivanka Trump once tweeted in support of an undocumented immigrant who worked her way up to a Wall Street job-and in the wake of the president's controversial DACA decision , Twitter isn't letting her forget it. "I think this announcement, even though I would have done it a little differently, is giving us the impetus, urgency in Congress to find a fair solution for them ", Curbelo said.