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Guterres repeated his call for "an effective action plan" to address the root causes of the situation, which he said had been left to fester for decades and has now escalated beyond Myanmar's borders, destabilizing the region. India on Thursday extended humanitarian assistance for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh by flying down food and other essential items to the neighbour to help it deal with the huge influx of Rohingyas who have fled from Myanmar.
  • Pakistanis vote in Lahore's NA-120 by

    Pakistanis vote in Lahore's NA-120 by

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    The Coalition for Election and Democracy (CED), an alliance of registered independent civil society organisations, in its exit-poll survey showed a slender lead for Nawaz. Imran Khan asked the residents of NA-120 to cast their votes and give verdict against the "Godfather" ( Nawaz Sharif ). He said Sharif tried his best to pressurise the Supreme Court with "gimmicks" like his GT Road Rally after his disqualification.
  • Nursing Home Where 8 Died

    Nursing Home Where 8 Died

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    Almost 2.7 million homes and businesses - about one in four buildings - are still without power in Florida . Jeffrey Nova said he learned of his mother's death Wednesday morning from a reporter who got his name and contact info from a nursing home employee.
  • Georgia Power issues hurricane scam alert

    Georgia Power issues hurricane scam alert

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    More than three days after the full brunt of Irma was felt in St. Johns County, 36,000 customers were still without power by Wednesday afternoon. Owner Ralph Marrinson said all five of his Florida facilities lost electricity after Irma. "We have mobilized the largest restoration force in USA history and you have our firm commitment that we won't stop working until every last customer's lights are back on".
  • The best Twitter reaction to Dublin winning the All-Ireland

    The best Twitter reaction to Dublin winning the All-Ireland

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    Mayo left no stone unturned in their efforts on Sunday, sometimes the breaks go for you, sometimes they don't. That means there is still no place in the team for Diarmuid Connolly, who came off the bench late on against Tyrone. The full-forward line of Jason Doherty, captain Cillian O'Connor and Andy Moran is retained after they hit a combined 1-10 against the Kingdom, while the starting line-up includes 13 survivors from last year's All-Ireland final replay loss to the Dubs.
  • Body of young woman found in freezer in Chicago

    Body of young woman found in freezer in Chicago

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    There's been a lot of suspicion on social media that foul play was involved, but cops have maintained they found nothing suspicious. Her family reported her missing later that day, and Jenkins' body was found in the walk-in freezer at the hotel shortly before 1 a.m.
  • United Nations envoy slams North Korea's 'reckless' behavior

    United Nations envoy slams North Korea's 'reckless' behavior

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    South Korean President Moon Jae-In presides over an emergency meeting with National Security Council members at the presidential Blue House in Seoul on September 15, 2017 following North Korea's missile launch. The North Korean government released on Saturday photos of what it said is the rogue regime's latest ballistic missile test. North Korea is closer than ever to its goal of building a military arsenal that can viably target both US troops in Asia and the American homeland.
  • Durga idols should be in the river by 8pm: Home minister

    Durga idols should be in the river by 8pm: Home minister

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    West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday issued a strong message to the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and other Hindutva organisations. Keeping the state's law and order in mind, Banerjee had earlier said that immersion of Durga idols will not be permitted on 1 October because of Muharram processions scheduled for the same day.
  • Americans Burned in Acid Attack at French Train Station

    Americans Burned in Acid Attack at French Train Station

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    Two of the tourists suffered facial injuries and were rushed to hospital after the attack outside a Marseille train station. This is a breaking news story. The women, all in their 20s, were sprayed with hydrochloric acid, which hit two of them in the face and left the other two hospitalised with shock. Police do not believe the attack is terror related.
  • U.S. may sanction Chinese oil trade with Pyongyang

    U.S. may sanction Chinese oil trade with Pyongyang

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    They should do more to find effective ways to resume dialogue and negotiation. "Efforts to undermine Sino-U.S. trade, or even slapping sanctions on China, I think would be off-target", the Chinese state news agency Xinhua quoted Cui as saying on Friday at a Chinese National Day reception.
  • China rebuffs USA demand to cut off oil exports to North Korea

    China rebuffs USA demand to cut off oil exports to North Korea

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    On Friday, the U.N. Security Council condemned North Korea's "highly provocative" test of an intermediate-range missile, which hurtled over US ally Japan into the northern Pacific Ocean. Moon also stressed the need to strengthen South Korea's military capabilities as well as those of the South Korea-US alliance. China will implement all United Nations Security Council resolutions, "no more, no less", Cui Tiankai, China's ambassador to the U.S., told reporters at a briefing in Washington ...
  • 7 killed in NW Pakistan blast

    7 killed in NW Pakistan blast

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    He said a four-country group including Pakistan, China, the USA and Afghanistan could be expanded to include other countries with influence over the Taliban. Security in the region has improved in recent years after the Pakistani military mounted offensives there against the al Qaeda-linked Pakistani Taliban, which is considered the country's biggest security threat.
  • Trump Pegs Hillary Clinton With A Golf Ball In Retweet

    Trump Pegs Hillary Clinton With A Golf Ball In Retweet

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    The woman in the clip doesn't appear to actually be the real Clinton being hit by a ball and falling into an airplane. The GIF shows Donald Trump hitting a golf ball into the back of Hillary Clinton. He then retweeted an image of a train wearing a giant Make America Great Again hat. Another shows Trump superimposed over arrows pointing up and dollar signs.
  • Iran to react any USA

    Iran to react any USA "wrong" move on JCPOA

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    Khamenei's remarks come after the recent statement of US President Donald Trump, who accused the Islamic Republic of violating the nuclear deal's "spirit". On regional issues, he noted that the reasons behind insecurity in the Middle East can be traced to the "wicked and mischievous interventions" by the US.
  • Gov't forces rescue abducted priest, professor from Marawi City

    Gov't forces rescue abducted priest, professor from Marawi City

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    Father Soganub had been held captive since militants attacked his Saint Mary's Parish during the siege of Marawi on May 23. There was no information on the fate of other hostages that Suganob said could reach more than 200, including six other teachers from Dansalan College, when he appealed to Duterte on a video released by IS in May as proof of life.
  • Trump's bipartisan tax reform push would blow up Republicans' strategy

    Trump's bipartisan tax reform push would blow up Republicans' strategy

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    PAUL RYAN: That plan is to get this done by the end of the year for law so that we start 2018 with a new tax system. For example, NY state and California are among the very highest tax states, and they would suffer the most . President Donald Trump is pushing lawmakers to "move fast" on a tax overhaul. KELLY: To talk more about this, we reached Texas Republican Kevin Brady.