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Two have their arms raised while a third seems, by all accounts, to be holding a gun. Tucker Flynn, a senior on the Creston football team, posted a statement Wednesday that said , in part, "The 5 individuals that were involved with the picture are clearly in the wrong".
  • Russian Federation may reduce USA diplomatic personnel by 155: Putin

    Russian Federation may reduce USA diplomatic personnel by 155: Putin

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    It also accused the United States of being the main culprit for escalating tension and nuclear threat, Efe news reported. Unless China and Russian Federation change their cautious stance toward intensifying pressure on Pyongyang, their position will invite more provocative actions from North Korea , making a peaceful solution less likely.
  • Moon, Putin discuss 'unpredictable' North

    Moon, Putin discuss 'unpredictable' North

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    The radiation level in Changbai Korean autonomous county - the closest Chinese urban area to the Punggye-ri test facility - climbed gradually from an average of 104.9 nanograys per hour immediately after the test on Sunday to 108.5 today, according to figures released by China's environment ministry.
  • Four people killed by suspected Al-Shabaab militia in Hindi, Lamu County

    Four people killed by suspected Al-Shabaab militia in Hindi, Lamu County

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    The other attack took place at 1.30am Wednesday when armed men, suspected to be Al-Shabaab militants raided Bobo village, which is about three kilometres from Silini. Four people have been beheaded in two villages in Hindi, Lamu West by suspected Al-Shabaab militants. In a spate of recent attacks Al Shabaab has targeted Christians near the Somali border focusing on churches, passenger buses, police stations, shopping centers, communication masts and aid workers.
  • Dhinakaran meets Tamil Nadu governor, says CM Palaniswami has lost majority

    Dhinakaran meets Tamil Nadu governor, says CM Palaniswami has lost majority

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    Incidentally, though Mr. Palaniswami's supporters insisted that 111 legislators had attended Tuesday's meeting, it appeared that the number of participants could not have been more than 109. Sources said until Wednesday night, Jakkaiyan had demanded the post of headquarters secretary or presidium chairman of the party in the event of Dhinakaran taking over the party, but chose to join the rivals.
  • Roger Goodell Says NFL Promotes

    Roger Goodell Says NFL Promotes "Mutual Respect" With Cops

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    Bennett explained in a letter he shared on Twitter on Wednesday that he was leaving the T-Mobile arena in Las Vegas following the Floyd Mayweather Jr. Check out the his emotional response below. Bennett also called on the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department to release the names of the officers involved as well as "body camera videos of the incident".
  • South Korea to deploy THAAD 'temporarily' over local objections

    South Korea to deploy THAAD 'temporarily' over local objections

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    The first pieces of the missile system started arriving at the Osan Air Base in South Korea in March with the approval of Seoul's then-caretaker administration. During the campaign before his election in May, Moon was skeptical about the system-in part because of opposition from South Korea's largest trade partner: China.
  • N.Korea vows 'powerful' sanctions response

    N.Korea vows 'powerful' sanctions response

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    Defense Secretary James Mattis said the same, warning of "a massive military response " to a threat against the USA or its allies. The White House stressed the USA and Chinese leaders' joint commitment to ridding the Korean Peninsula of nuclear weapons.
  • U.S. considers trade sanctions over North Korea

    U.S. considers trade sanctions over North Korea

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    CNBC reported that the president characterized the actions of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as "hostile and risky", adding "we'll see" when asked if military actions might be among what course of action his administration might now take.
  • Korea into corner, sanctions alone will not solve problem - Putin

    Korea into corner, sanctions alone will not solve problem - Putin

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    America's top diplomat has warned that North Korea is " begging for war " and urged the United Nations security council to impose the toughest sanctions possible on the isolated dictatorship, The Guardian reported. "This is both not objective and not fair", he told a regular briefing. The U.S. has said it wants the council to take up tougher sanctions at a meeting September 11.
  • President Trump returns to Texas to meet with 'families' affected by Harvey

    President Trump returns to Texas to meet with 'families' affected by Harvey

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    As the water began to recede in the nation's fourth-largest city, the threat of major damage from the storm shifted to a region near the Texas-Louisiana state line. Floodwaters also toppled two oil storage tanks in South Texas, spilling nearly 30,000 gallons (114,000 liters) of crude. Thousands of homes and businesses remain without power, and many schools are expected to remain closed on Monday.
  • Putin: North Korea crisis may be 'impossible' to solve

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    The Russian president on Tuesday warned that ramping up military hysteria with North Korea over its nuclear missile test could lead to a global catastrophe and instead advocated for renewed diplomatic efforts, a move that could hamper the US' petition for tighter worldwide sanctions.
  • Louvre Abu Dhabi to open on November 11

    Louvre Abu Dhabi to open on November 11

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    Inspired by the medina (the old walled part of a town) and low-lying Arab settlements, Nouvel applied a contextual approach to the site, designing the Louvre Abu Dhabi as a "museum city" in the sea with its contrasting series of 55 white buildings.
  • US Navy Seals Train SKorean Team to Kill Kim Jong Un

    US Navy Seals Train SKorean Team to Kill Kim Jong Un

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    As the U.S. and its allies scramble to cook up sanctions tough enough to curb North Korea's weapons program or bring it to the table, many have pointed out that decades of diplomacy and sanctions have failed to contain Pyongyang's nuclear breakout.
  • Russia moves to veto fresh UN sanctions on North Korea

    Russia moves to veto fresh UN sanctions on North Korea

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    Speaking after a BRICS summit in China , Putin criticized USA diplomacy in the crisis and renewed his call for talks, saying Pyongyang would not halt its missile testing program until it felt secure, Reuters reported. diplomatic staff in Russia by 155 more positions, in addition to the 755 already eliminated. Japan's UN Ambassador Koro Bessho called for UNSC to adopt swiftly a new resolution with further robust sanction measures against Pyongyang.
  • Trump says military action is not his 'first choice' on North Ko

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    The comments came after Pyongyang on Sunday triggered global alarm with its most powerful nuclear blast to date, claiming to have successfully tested a hydrogen bomb . The US has accused North Korea of "begging for war" and repeatedly urged China to step up pressure against its neighbour. "However, Russia's U.N.
  • Donald Trump reveals Ivanka calls him Daddy and we feel really uncomfortable

    Donald Trump reveals Ivanka calls him Daddy and we feel really uncomfortable

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    President Trump interrupted his speech in Mandan, North Dakota on Wednesday to single out his eldest daughter. "Look at Ivanka.' Now come on up, honey", Trump explained as he introduced Ivanka. Colbert also railed on Trump for later tweeting, "No rest for the tired!" about those headed to Florida for hurricane relief efforts. The president's weird reference to Ivanka calling him " daddy " did not go unnoticed on Twitter, either.
  • North Korea Nuclear Crisis: Kim Jong-Un 'Begging For War'

    North Korea Nuclear Crisis: Kim Jong-Un 'Begging For War'

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    The United States wants the U.N. Security Council to impose an oil embargo on North Korea , ban its exports of textiles and the hiring of North Korean laborers overseas, and to subject leader Kim Jong Un to an asset freeze and travel ban, according to a draft resolution seen by Reuters on Wednesday.