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One man has been arrested, but police said they believed a group of men are responsible. Multiple emergency service vehicles are outside the station and horrified commuters can be seen fleeing from the scene, in the footage. "We have sent a number of resources to the scene including paramedics in cars, ambulance crews, an incident response officer and our Hazardous Area Response Team", the ambulance service said in a statement.
  • UNC men's basketball championship team will not visit the White House

    UNC men's basketball championship team will not visit the White House

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    In profane terms, Trump said NFL players who kneel during the national anthem should be "fired" and then said Curry would not be welcome at the White House should the Warriors wish to celebrate their NBA title there. And we did go in '09. "But let me think on it". You know, our president tweets out more bulls**t than anybody I've ever seen. Kirschner went on to say that the Tar Heels were indeed invited by President Trump following their win.
  • Mexico Earthquake: Death Toll Reaches 286 as Rescue Efforts Enter Fourth Day

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    Survivors were still being pulled from the rubble in Mexico City as rescue operations stretched into a fourth day Friday, spurring hope among desperate relatives gathered at the sites of buildings collapsed by a magnitude 7.1 quake. In hard-hit neighborhoods, people poured in, armed with buckets and shovels to help clear rubble from collapsed buildings, where people were trapped.
  • Watts' interception seals Texas A&M's 50-43 victory over Arkansas

    Watts' interception seals Texas A&M's 50-43 victory over Arkansas

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    Arkansas quarterback Austin Allen threw for 229 yards and two scores, but he also was sacked six times He was at his best in the fourth quarter, completing 4 of 6 passes for 135 yards. A&M failed on the two-point conversion, but led 33-28. However, the side judge ruled Mond out at the 10-yard line. Arkansas would capitalize with a Hayden 6 yard touchdown run.
  • Bill Maher Ridicules Donald Trump Over His Feud With Kim Jong Un

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    President openly expressing on the United Nations arena, the unethical will to " totally destroy " a sovereign state ... makes even those with normal thinking faculty think about discretion and composure", he said . Without a drop of cynicism, the North Korean leader said that the comments of the American president against him were reflective of "mentally deranged behavior".
  • UCL: Barcelona expect 'intense game' against Juventus

    UCL: Barcelona expect 'intense game' against Juventus

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    When talking about the preview of the match, it is must to note Neymar's absence in Barcelona due to the transfer in this summer. Barca last won the Champions League in 2015 and have not reached the final in the past two seasons. "We played against last year's finalists and it's a good feeling to start with a win". These teams will meet again in November. People can watch and enjoy the live match Barcelona vs Juventus on TV channels such as BT Sport Extra 2 (UK), FS2 (US), and the ...
  • Durham police investigate after woman found shot to death

    Durham police investigate after woman found shot to death

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    Police said one of the victims is in extremely critical condition with a gunshot wound to the eye. The Durham Police Department issued a news release saying the woman was found shot to death Friday night around 9:45 p.m. Foley noted that the wounded man had a permit for the gun. Hartford Police said the vehicle the men were in appeared to have multiple bullet holes and the back window was shattered.
  • Fissures in Puerto Rico dam: Evacuations begin along Guajataca River

    Fissures in Puerto Rico dam: Evacuations begin along Guajataca River

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    Everyday American Airlines Cargo Supervisor Israel Pacheco has a mission: get the supplies out of his warehouse and on the American jets and to their destination. They found the woman and her two children standing on the underside of the boat, which had capsized in the category five storm and was still being buffeted by huge waves.
  • Seismic activity detected near North Korean nuclear site; cause is unknown

    Seismic activity detected near North Korean nuclear site; cause is unknown

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    A 3.4-magnitude quake rattled the area of Kilju in northeastern North Korea on Saturday morning, CBC reported , just short of four miles (six kilometers) from the Punggye-ri facility where the country has tested nuclear weapons. North Korea later fired a ballistic missile over Japan and the USA military flew powerful bombers and stealth fighter jets over the Korean Peninsula and near Japan in a show of force against the North.
  • US Considering Shooting Down a North Korean Missile

    US Considering Shooting Down a North Korean Missile

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    The series of ballistic missile tests out of North Korea has drawn worldwide attention with president Donald Trump offering some of the strongest and most controversial rhetoric. Military threats from various parties have not promoted a resolution to the issue, he said. The UN Security Council on Thursday strongly condemned "highly provocative" launch of a ballistic missile by North Korea and demanded that the reclusive nation immediately halt such "outrageous" actions.
  • USGS can not confirm if N Korea quake natural or manmade

    USGS can not confirm if N Korea quake natural or manmade

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    The quake was about three miles deep, and it is was located in the same vicinity as a September 3 nuclear test that registered as a magnitude 5.3 quake. The natural disaster, which South Korea put at magnitude 3.0, was detected in Kilju county in North Hamgyong Province, where North Korea's known Punggyeri nuclear site is located, the official said.
  • Equifax apologizes for sending people to fake website

    Equifax apologizes for sending people to fake website

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    Hill called the company's initial efforts to handle the breach and its aftermath "inadequate and mismanaged - or, worse, created to take advantage of consumers' fears". Although the misspelled link likely wasn't intentional on Equifax's part, it demonstrates just how easy it is for attackers to trick consumers. Sweeting is actually the person who set up the fake version of the website.
  • Inc. NY Buys 1554 Shares of Celgene Corporation (NASDAQ:CELG)

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    The corporation has a fifty day SMA of $135.45 and a two hundred SMA of $127.81. the share has a valuation of $112.49 B, a price to earnings ratio of 44.53 along with a stock beta of 1.89. Appleton Prtnrs Ma reported 0.26% stake. 24,624 are owned by Liberty Cap Management. Ithaka Gru Limited Liability Corporation owns 165,911 shares for 3.91% of their portfolio.
  • United States bombers fly close to North Korean shores in show of force

    United States bombers fly close to North Korean shores in show of force

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    United States bombers have flown close to North Korea's east coast in a show of force, the Pentagon says. The recalcitrant communist nation is increasingly being seen as a serious threat by the worldwide community and in the Asia-Pacific region, as Pyongyang continues to flex its military muscle with repeated missile and nuclear tests.
  • Two police officers shot, gunman barricaded in house

    Two police officers shot, gunman barricaded in house

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    Officers Eric Pasino and Scott Shumway were each shot once, and the unidentified woman was shot several times, Hartman said. Officer David Hartman said that the shooter's name is known, and that he shot his wife or estranged wife in the hand, chest and back before she fled to a neighbor's home.
  • China Issues New Sanctions On NK To Limit Imports On Oil, Textiles

    China Issues New Sanctions On NK To Limit Imports On Oil, Textiles

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    It would ban exports of liquefied natural gas to the North immediately as well. "The Security Council resolution also bans all North Korea textile exports , worth an average of $760 million over the past three years". The ban on textiles - Pyongyang's second-biggest export - is expected to cost the country more than $700m (£530m) a year. North Korea's foreign minister is expected to speak at the United Nations General Assembly later on Saturday, amid an escalating war of words between Kim ...
  • Trump speech reduces hope for peace with North Korea says Chinese media

    Trump speech reduces hope for peace with North Korea says Chinese media

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    Name-calling the North Korean leader once again, the U.S. president has assured that "the madman" will be "tested like never before", after approving an expansion of Treasury Department powers seeking to strangle Kim Jong-un's economy. In a statement on Friday Kim responded by saying that " a frightened dog barks louder " and Trump would "pay dearly" for his comments - triggering the U.S.
  • Falahari Maharaj arrested on charge of rape

    Falahari Maharaj arrested on charge of rape

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    A 21-year-old woman had alleged in her complaint that the 70-year-old "godman" sexually exploited her at his ashram in Rajasthan's Alwar on 7 August. After she received her first stipend, her parents asked her to donate the money at Falahari Maharaj's Ashram as a token of respect. However, the case was registered against the "Falahari" Baba under the IPC sections of 376 (rape) and 506 (criminal intimidation).