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In a scornful response, North Korea's foreign minister, Ri Yong Ho, said , "If he was thinking he could scare us with the sound of a dog barking, that's really a dog dream". In recent months, it has also launched a pair of still-developmental ICBMs it said were capable of striking the continental United States and two intermediate-range missiles that soared over Japanese territory.
  • Tiny Dominica calls for help after Hurricane Maria

    Tiny Dominica calls for help after Hurricane Maria

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    The Barbadian political consultant said the situation is "grim" in Dominica, which has seen its housing stock "severely damaged, if not destroyed". "The urgent needs now are roofing materials for shelters, bedding supplies for hundreds stranded in or outside what's left of their homes", Henry said.
  • In debut at UN, Trump to offer assurances, warnings

    In debut at UN, Trump to offer assurances, warnings

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    McMaster, Trump's national security adviser, told reporters on Friday. President Donald Trump has responded to North Korea's most recent missile launch with a vow that the United States and its allies will not be intimidated. "This is not the kind of environment he likes, but this is the kind of environment the US president has to plunge into once a year", Alterman said.
  • Man wounded in officer-involved shooting outside Huntington Beach store

    Man wounded in officer-involved shooting outside Huntington Beach store

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    Warning: This story contains graphic video of a fatal shooting. . Footage shows the man rising to his feet and moving away from an officer with a dark object in his hand. The suspect was taken to a hospital in unknown condition. His identity has not yet been released. Police said no suspects were outstanding. This is the seventh officer-involved shooting in Huntington Beach this year - a total that exceeds any other entire year this decade, according to department archives.
  • Swedish prosecutor says to charge former employees at Telia

    Swedish prosecutor says to charge former employees at Telia

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    Telia and Coscom admitted paying approximately $331 million in bribes to a Uzbek official, who was a close relative of a high-ranking government official and had influence over the body that regulated the telecom industry. According to the court filings by prosecutors from the U.S. Southern District of New York, Telia will enter a so-called deferred prosecution agreement under which one of its units, known as Coscom, will admit to violations under the Federal Corrupt Practices Act.
  • National Guard troops deploying from Staunton to US Virgin Islands

    National Guard troops deploying from Staunton to US Virgin Islands

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    Up to 400 additional soldiers are scheduled to follow soon after to conduct humanitarian assistance, clear roads, and distribute essential supplies to citizens. In the days since Hurricane Irma devastated several islands in the northern Caribbean, Digicel employees have been collecting relief items and today sent off the barrels which will be delivered to affected communities.
  • Utah not among states targeted by hackers, Lt. Gov says

    Utah not among states targeted by hackers, Lt. Gov says

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    The state's system blocked the IP addresses completing the scans. When asked by The Seattle Times in June whether Washington state was targeted in any way, Erich Ebel, a spokesman for the office, said, "We have no confirmed reports of our system being compromised and we don't expect any".
  • Myanmar's Leader Addresses Nation over the Rohingya Crisis

    Myanmar's Leader Addresses Nation over the Rohingya Crisis

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    The 1.1-million-strong Rohingyas, a remnant of British colonialism, have failed to secure citizenship in Myanmar even though they have been in that country for long. The de facto leader, propped up by the military that used to rule Myanmar outright and retains considerable influence, also claimed that there was no clear picture of the events in Rakhine state.
  • Charmin Offers #MadPooper Year's Supply Of TP To Turn Herself In

    Charmin Offers #MadPooper Year's Supply Of TP To Turn Herself In

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    Only the true turd trafficker can make good of this offer, however. "This is intentional", Cathy Budde , a neighbor, told KKTV. You could say she is an interest sensation. Jonathan Sharketti of the Colorado Springs Police Department told KKTV in Colorado Springs . Police said the poopetrator faces possible charges of indecent exposure and public defecation, both misdemeanors.
  • US, Russia Should Find Common Ground - Tillerson

    US, Russia Should Find Common Ground - Tillerson

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    The top diplomat's remarks came less than an hour after President Trump heightened the war of words with North Korea . Trump also mocked North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in the speech, dubbing him "Rocket Man". Earlier in the week, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov commended US President Donald Trump's statement that "the US would not impose its way of life on others", telling reporters: "I think it's a very welcome statement, which we haven't heard from an American leader for a very ...
  • Lavrov on Trump, North Korea: 'We Have to Calm Down the Hotheads'

    Lavrov on Trump, North Korea: 'We Have to Calm Down the Hotheads'

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    Trump also applauded China's central bank for what he said was an order that other banks "immediately stop doing business with North Korea ". The foreign ministers used the backdrop of President Donald Trump's first turn on the world stage to try to cast their countries as standard-bearers of a peaceful, democratic and reasoned approach to global affairs.
  • USA to send carrier strike group to South Korea for joint drills

    USA to send carrier strike group to South Korea for joint drills

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    China would like to see how the new sanctions affect North Korea's future decision-making but, on Monday , China and Russian Federation conducted naval drills in the Korean Peninsula. A pair of U.S. B-1B bombers and four F-35 jets flew from Guam and Japan and joined four South Korean F-15K fighters in the latest drill, South Korea's defense ministry said.
  • President Trump's UN Address Receives Widespread Praise From Conservatives

    President Trump's UN Address Receives Widespread Praise From Conservatives

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    CHANG: So under the deal, Iran cut back its nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi also reiterated support. What's new, he said, is that Iran says its ballistic missiles can carry multiple warheads and maybe several cluster bombs. "If nothing changes, this deal with turn out exactly the same way", he said.
  • Authorities reject Rohingya Muslims trapped after violence in Myanmar

    Authorities reject Rohingya Muslims trapped after violence in Myanmar

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    Pressure grew on Myanmar Monday as a rights group urged world leaders to impose sanctions on its military, which is accused of driving out more than 410,000 Rohingya Muslims in an orchestrated " ethnic cleansing " campaign. Hong Liang, Chinese ambassador to Myanmar, had a different view. He said, "I was studying in Grade VIII". "But the Myanmar government is not responding to the calls".
  • Vikings rule Bradford out vs Bucs; Keenum to start again

    Vikings rule Bradford out vs Bucs; Keenum to start again

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    HOUSTON (AP) - J.J. Watt brushed off the fact that he'll be playing against the New England Patriots on Sunday with a broken left ring finger. While posting a career-best 143.0 passer rating with a brilliant performance in the season-opening 29-19 victory over New Orleans on September 10, Bradford twisted the knee in a non-contact situation.
  • Leaders clash at United Nations over Iran's regional activism, nuclear deal

    Leaders clash at United Nations over Iran's regional activism, nuclear deal

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    KELEMEN: Under the deal, Iran gets sanctions relief in return for strict limits to its nuclear program, and Mogherini points out that this was a deal that was endorsed by the U.N. Washington and Tehran's top diplomats confronted each other for the first time Wednesday as envoys scrambled to save the Iran nuclear deal from a skeptical Donald Trump .
  • There is a fair chance for Mideast peace, says Trump

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    If the USA decides to break the agreement, Rouhani said, "any choice and any option" are open for Iran "that we see as beneficial to our country" - but he dismissed Trump's "baseless accusation" that the nuclear deal may be providing cover for Iran's eventual construction of nuclear weapons.
  • Celtic team predicted: Expected Celtic line up to face Rangers

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    Griffiths told Sky Sports News : "He has started off the season well". WES FODERINGHAM spoke to the press today to preview Saturday's game against Celtic at Ibrox and discuss his new contract extension . Lee Wallace definitely misses the game, whilst there are doubts over Bruno Alves and Declan John after they limped out of the midweek League Cup win.
  • Illinois court upholds murder conviction of Drew Peterson

    Illinois court upholds murder conviction of Drew Peterson

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    He's likewise serving a 40-year sentence following a conviction a year ago to solicit the murder of the prosecutor who put him in jail. Savio's body was exhumed, an autopsy was conducted and her death was ruled a homicide. Top Illinois court affirms ex-cop Drew Peterson's... Peterson's appeal claimed the statements were inadmissable. But, an attorney for Peterson says this ruling will likely be appealed, taking it all the way to the U.S.