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As long as Congress provides enough money. Three churches have filed a lawsuit in Texas which challenge FEMA's policy. Platts reported that Katia could impact Mexico's port loading activity. Residents of the Miami area and the Florida Keys streamed north in packed vehicles Friday morning, anxiously rushing to dodge Hurricane Irma as the deadly Category 4 storm took aim at the state's eastern coast.
  • Amber Alert issued for 3 boys taken by mom

    Amber Alert issued for 3 boys taken by mom

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    The three boys were taken at around 4 A.M. Sunday. Anderson was seen driving west on I-40 from Albuquerque around 4 a.m. Sunday morning. Authorities believe they were abducted by Laria R Walker- Anderson who is five feet four inches tall and weighs around 132 pounds.
  • North Korea military action 'not first choice'

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    Washington needs to "make sure that Kim Jong Un knows that if he acts in an aggressive fashion, the price will be extinction", McCain said on CNN's " State of the Union ". Pyongyang's decision to carry out its sixth and most powerful nuclear test Sunday was a serious violation of global law, the statement said. "Certainly that's not our first choice, but we will see what happens", Trump said as he boarded Marine One at the White House .
  • Putin brands North Korea sanctions useless

    Putin brands North Korea sanctions useless

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    But Putin insisted the road map offered "a practical way, as we see it, to ease tensions and to move gradually toward a settlement on the peninsula". Where are we with sanctions? "We have agreed with our partners that there should be parity of the number of diplomatic staff in Russian Federation and the United States".
  • Police sent to hurricane-hit St Martin to rein in looting: ministers

    Police sent to hurricane-hit St Martin to rein in looting: ministers

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    French Overseas Territories Minister Annick Girardin said "pillaging took place right in front of us" during a trip to St Martin , where a majority of the 80,000 inhabitants have lost their homes. Martin and St. Barts in recent days. French authorities have counted at least eight dead on the French side of the island. Government spokesman Christophe Castaner, speaking Sunday with Europe1-CNews-Les Echos, said he "perfectly (understood) the anger" of residents after Hurricane Irma tore ...
  • Putin says Trump 'not my bride, and I'm not his groom'

    Putin says Trump 'not my bride, and I'm not his groom'

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    Seoul's Defense Ministry on Wednesday said the USA military will begin adding more launchers to a contentious high-tech us missile defense system in South Korea on Thursday to better cope with North Korean threats. The nuclear risk posed by North Korea is the "most risky crisis we face today", UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres said Tuesday. North Korea claimed "perfect success" in an underground test of what it called a hydrogen bomb - potentially vastly more destructive than an ...
  • Senate approves aid bill for Harvey

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    Republican leaders met with President Donald Trump at the White House on Tuesday to discuss another top priority: rewriting the USA tax code in hopes of boosting the economy. "I think it's a tactical move that this is the best way to do a debt-ceiling increase, and obviously it will work". McIntosh's statement was a reference to comments Mnuchin made over the weekend, saying that in order to pay for hurricane relief, Congress will have to raise the debt ceiling.
  • Thousands march to show solidarity with Rohingya Muslims

    Thousands march to show solidarity with Rohingya Muslims

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    On Friday, the U.N.in Bangladesh found tens of thousands of refugees who had not been counted before, raising the count dramatically to 270,000 from some 164,000 the day before. The new wave of refugee influx started after Myanmar security forces started an operation in Rakhine following an insurgent attack on police camps on August 24.
  • 12 drowned while swimming in Arabian Sea off Pakistan's Karachi

    12 drowned while swimming in Arabian Sea off Pakistan's Karachi

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    Police and rescue sources said that 10 bodies, two women among them, had been recovered while two people were fished out alive and were shifted to hospital. Police officials have repeatedly complained that a large number of people head to the beaches on public holidays, making it impossible for them to cope with the situation with their limited resources.
  • Iranian President Meets Kazakh, Uzbek Counterparts in Astana

    Iranian President Meets Kazakh, Uzbek Counterparts in Astana

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    Moreover, it will dissolve the existing differences between the Muslim world and the developed nations, and boost cooperation among the member states, OIC said in a statement. The Iranian president's deputy communications director stated that Hassan Rouhani will discuss bilateral relations with his Kazakh counterpart Nursultan Nazarbayev during a visit to Astana .
  • Suu Kyi likens Rohingya issue to Kashmir

    Suu Kyi likens Rohingya issue to Kashmir

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    She said that Bangladesh is refusing to accept Burmese refugees because it can not afford the economic burden, so Muslim countries should step in to help them. In a letter address to Suu Kyi, Tutu said it is not fitting for a "symbol of righteousness" such as Suu Kyi to lead a country where this kind of atrocity occurs.
  • Two die as fire erupts in Islamabad building

    Two die as fire erupts in Islamabad building

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    Rescue officials said the two people who died did not need to jump from the building as a fire exit was available. Another person was sustained burn injuries and was rushed to the Burns Unit of Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) where he was being treated.
  • Putin on Trump: 'I am not his bride'

    Putin on Trump: 'I am not his bride'

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    Russia reserves the right to cut further the number of U.S. diplomatic staff in Moscow , Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday, in response to what he called Washington's "boorish" treatment of Russia's diplomatic mission on United States soil.
  • Munster Rugby v Cheetahs on Saturday at Thomond Park, kick-off 5.15pm

    Munster Rugby v Cheetahs on Saturday at Thomond Park, kick-off 5.15pm

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    Keatley added the extras as Munster led 46-11. Munster were on the board as early as the 4th minute when Ian Keatley slotted an easy penalty after the Cheetahs were pinged for offside in their own 22. The barrage continued as Chris Farrell scored the first try of his Munster career, before Wootton secured his third of the day. Ian Keatley come in for Tyler Bleyendaal at out half with second row Billy Holland taking charge as captain this weekend.
  • Moon hopes SKorea, Russia can work together on North's nukes

    Moon hopes SKorea, Russia can work together on North's nukes

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    The Trump administration's options are going from bad to worse as Kim Jong Un's military marches ever closer to being able to strike the USA mainland with nuclear weapons. Trump's criticism of Moon and trade threats are playing into the hands of Kim, whose strategy is to break the U.S. Between that news and the nuclear test, the Moon administration may feel the USA won't support it as the North Korea threat grows.
  • White House urges against

    White House urges against "hurricane amnesia" as Irma takes aim at Florida

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    Hurricane Irma had already reached Category 5 status by Tuesday and although meteorologists do not know what the storm will do in the coming days, Samaritan's Purse said they could have hundreds of volunteers on location very quickly. Yet an Associated Press investigation published a year ago revealed there was little evidence of large-scale damage to Mar-a-Lago, and that Trump also kept some of the insurance money for his personal use rather than spending it on repairs.
  • Sister fires on Open Letter to Kangana

    Sister fires on Open Letter to Kangana

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    Speaking to DNA, a source said the film Simran will soon hit the cinemas and, now the makers are anxious that the people have completely forgot about the film and, the focus is only on the Queen actress. In a short and vocal social media message, Rangoli rebuked Sona for criticising someone who dared to bare her soul. Rangoli, Kangana's sister, proved that she has her back.