• Hamas Leader Visits Cairo for Talks With Egyptian Security Officials

    Hamas Leader Visits Cairo for Talks With Egyptian Security Officials

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    Haniyeh along with other diplomats would discuss ways to strengthen previous understandings to ensure direct Egyptian intervention to ease pressure on Gaza, sources told Asharq Al-Awsat. Haniyyeh reportedly spoke with Egyptian officials about easing the blockade of the Gaza Strip which was initiated by Israel but supported by successive Egyptian governments.
  • Trump signs bill for Harvey relief, debt-extension

    Trump signs bill for Harvey relief, debt-extension

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    The lower chamber approved the measure in a 316-90 vote. The measure includes $15.25 billion in aid for Harvey, including $7.4 billion for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Disaster Relief Fund and $450 million for the Small Business Authority disaster loan program.
  • COOPER: Irma expected to bring rip currents to North Carolina's coast

    COOPER: Irma expected to bring rip currents to North Carolina's coast

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    Hurricane Irma remains a Category 5 storm as of the National Hurricane Center's 5 p.m. advisory and the storm continues to move on a northwest track. The biggest threat from the weakened storm, Gardner said, is heavy rain. Some of those common sense items include batteries, flashlights, a radio, cash, a week's worth of necessary medications, nonperishable foods and plenty of drinking water.
  • German female ref makes history as Leckie nets again

    German female ref makes history as Leckie nets again

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    Hertha went ahead in the 38th minute when Vladimir Darida was bundled over, but the referee played the advantage and Mathew Leckie lashed home the loose ball. She has already refereed around 80 second division games and been the fourth official on numerous occasions in the German league, but this will be her first game in Germany's top flight.
  • 'I told it to f*** off' Great white shark attacks surfer

    'I told it to f*** off' Great white shark attacks surfer

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    Abe McGrath, a 35-year-old Byron man, was out in the water at about 6.30am Sunday when his board was hit from underneath by a shark. When he re-entered the water, he told police the shark began to circle him before turning away. Friends say Mr McGrath was "stoked" to have made it out of the water. Main and Bluff beaches have now been closed as a result of the attack and the DPI have activated their shark incident response plan.
  • Mexico expels North Korean ambassador after nuclear test

    Mexico expels North Korean ambassador after nuclear test

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    Kim Jong Un had planned to launch a #missile on September 9th to mark the anniversary of #North Korea , but he may be disappointed because of solar storms. "This is a clear exercise of self-defense, and there's no question we should do it", former USA ambassador to the U.N. John Bolton said. "Hopefully we won't have to use it on North Korea ".
  • Highly Traded Stock: Windstream Holdings, Inc. (WIN)

    Highly Traded Stock: Windstream Holdings, Inc. (WIN)

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    The value of the total investment in Windstream Holdings, Inc. went from $762,000 to $409,000 decreasing 46.3% for the reporting period. Shares of WIN have downtrended -53.98% in the past three months, while the S&P 500 has moved -53.25% in that time.
  • Gophers sink Beavers 48-14

    Gophers sink Beavers 48-14

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    In the season opening 17-7 win over Buffalo, Fleck gave Croft the start in the second half. Minnesota's field position after the turnovers were their own 40-yard line and then Oregon State's 24- and 14-yard lines. "(Rhoda) was very efficient", Fleck said. Rhoda's improvement as a leader has caught his teammates' attention. Tyler Johnson caught four passes for 127 yards and a touchdown for Minnesota.
  • Supreme Court bans all anti-NEET protests in Tamil Nadu

    Supreme Court bans all anti-NEET protests in Tamil Nadu

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    She was a daughter of a daily wage labourer who used to travel from far away distance, from Kuzhumur village near Sendurai to earn some living for his family was one of the respondents in a Supreme Court Case challenging NEET . The bench passed this order taking note of a similar interim direction given in 2007 to stop agitations in support of Sethusamudram project and a judgment of the Kerala high court banning rallies and bands, which was affirmed by the apex court.
  • Inc. Reduces Holdings in Cisco Systems, Inc. (CSCO)

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    Sequoia Financial Advisors Llc sold 84,164 shares as the company's stock declined 7.50% while stock markets rallied. About 228,797 shares traded or 15.37% up from the average. Ronald Blue raised its position in Cisco Systems by 0.3% in the 2nd period. Cisco Systems (NASDAQ:CSCO) last announced its quarterly earnings data on Wednesday, August 16th.
  • Pope prays for Venezuela

    Pope prays for Venezuela

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    It was a final appeal to Colombians to overcome divisions that linger after the government a year ago reached a peace deal with leftist rebels hoping to end Latin America's longest-running armed rebellion. In a tweet sent by Colombian radio station "Caracol Radio", the Pope is seen with a black eye and bandage near his eyebrow, with a few spots of blood on his white cassock.
  • Two LeT terrorists killed in J&K's Shopian, encounter underway

    Two LeT terrorists killed in J&K's Shopian, encounter underway

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    On Saturday, the militants had fired at an army vehicle in Barbugh . The attack came just hours after a Hizbul district commander was gunned down in north Kashmir's Sopore in an encounter with security forces on Saturday morning. He was whisked away immediately to an undisclosed destination where he is being interrogated. Police have confirmed the killing of one militant while the other militant has been arrested.
  • Did the Saudi government fund a

    Did the Saudi government fund a "dry run" for 9/11?

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    Meanwhile, the Federal Bureau of Investigation confirmed that the Saudi embassy had paid for the students' tickets for the pre-9/11 "dry run". Families of 9/11 victims campaigned for the law, alleging that the Saudi government had a hand in the attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people.
  • Irma roars into Florida: 'It's going from crappy to worse'

    Irma roars into Florida: 'It's going from crappy to worse'

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    A fire service spokesman said: "We weren't able to respond". Rough surf churned up buy the approaching hurricane damage the docks at Whale harbour in the Florida Keys as winds and rain from the outer bands of Hurricane Irma arrive in Islamorada, Florida on September 9, 2017 .
  • White House social media director tweets inaccurate hurricane video

    White House social media director tweets inaccurate hurricane video

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    Stay safe". Several Twitter users commented that the original video actually shows Mexico City Airport, which is now experiencing flooding and storms from Hurricane Katia. Miami International Airport responded to the tweet: "This video is not from Miami International Airport". "Thank you. It was among 100s of videos/pics I am receiving re: Irma from public.
  • Steve Bannon Defiant in '60 Minutes' Interview

    Steve Bannon Defiant in '60 Minutes' Interview

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    He explicitly mentioned Cohn, Trump's director of the National Economic Council who had criticized Trump's response in an interview with the Financial Times, and said he "absolutely" thought Cohn should have resigned. "He goes above their heads and talks directly to the American people", Bannon added. According to Bannon, after the tape of Trump bragging about sexually assaulting women was released, Bannon began actively assessing the loyalties of several top Republicans and collecting ...
  • The looting has already begun in Fort Lauderdale

    The looting has already begun in Fort Lauderdale

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    The Fort Lauderdale Police Department announced that it arrested nine people following the incident, as well as another incident at a local pawn shop. It also tweeted out: "Going to prison over a pair of sneakers is fairly a bad life choice". "Stay home and look after your loved ones and be thankful they are all safe", he said.
  • Manatees stranded by Irma, rescued by Good Samaritans

    Manatees stranded by Irma, rescued by Good Samaritans

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    A pair of sea cows was left stranded in a muddy mess after waters receded in a Sarasota bay, but were rescued thanks to a couple of Manatee County Sheriff's Office deputies and some other do-gooders. He said he was getting "stir insane", so he went for a ride to check out the bay near Whitfield. A group of friends who went exploring in a almost empty Sarasota Bay during the unusual "reverse storm surge" effect of Hurricane Irma helped save two stranded manatees, the Sarasota Herald-Tribune ...
  • Martyr's wife, mother of two, dons Army uniform

    Martyr's wife, mother of two, dons Army uniform

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    Swati Mahadik, 38, a mother of two was commissioned in the Army as an officer in the Army Ordnance Corps on Saturday. Colonel Santosh Mahadik attained martyrdom while leading his troops in an fierce encounter with a group of three terrorists in Manigah Forest Area of Kupwara district of Jammu and Kashmir in 2015.
  • Weather alerts in metro Atlanta

    Weather alerts in metro Atlanta

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    It's unclear if the storm will impact the Georgia football team's practices and other preparations this week ahead of its scheduled home game against Samford. "Based on the track and size of Irma, most counties are anticipating at least 3" of rain in the Lowcountry to 8" + south of I-16 in Georgia. "The most recent forecast suggests that part of the state will see tropical storm conditions", Ivey said.