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The television station continued to give accounts, which it said were verified by officials, in an effort to rescue the girl leading up to Thursday's report by the navy, shocking many Mexicans who had followed the news, BuzzFeed said. (1300 GMT). At the site of an office building that collapsed Tuesday and where an around-the-clock search for survivors was still ongoing, rescuers briefly evacuated from atop the pile of rubble after the morning quake before returning to work.
  • Kenya approves $40 mn 2018 CHAN budget

    Kenya approves $40 mn 2018 CHAN budget

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    The Confederation of African Football cited "accumulated delays" in Kenya's preparations for CHAN early next year, the continental championship for players playing in their home leagues. The federation also thanked Caf President Ahmad Ahmad and Kenyan government for the unwavering goodwill signified by the recent cabinet approval of Sh4.2 billion earmarked for the preparation of the tournament.
  • Encana Corporation (NYSE:ECA) Traded Well Above Its 50 Day Moving Average

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    Based on an average daily volume of 8,704,007 shares, the short-interest ratio is now 3.2 days. The following firms have recently changed their position in ECA . Encana Corporation had a net margin of 19.09% and a return on equity of 6.25%. Next quarter's EPS is forecasted to be $0.13 with next year's EPS anticipated to be $0.67.
  • Shabir Shah in touch with Hafiz Saeed: ED

    Shabir Shah in touch with Hafiz Saeed: ED

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    On Saturday, the court took cognizance of the over 700-page chargesheet and directed production of the accused before it on September 27. The ED filed the chargesheet against Shah in connection with a 2005 money laundering case for alleged links to terror funding in Kashmir.
  • What the Panthers QB's status means vs. the Saints

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    The series has been ultra competitive, with Carolina holding a 24-20 edge. Carolina has won four of the last five overall. The Panthers at 2-0 and the Saints at 0-2. The Saints' running game ranked 28th through Week 2, averaging 70.5 yards. Another big problem for the Panthers could be quarterback Cam Newton , who is officially is listed as questionable for the game .
  • Medina wins gold medal in ASEAN Para Games

    Medina wins gold medal in ASEAN Para Games

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    Medina defeated Suwarti 12-10, 10-12, 11-9, 11-9 in a sport that the 47-year-old Rio Paralympics bronze medalist has dominated on the Southeast Asian level for 14 years now. Chef de mission Gerardo Rosario has expressed his satisfaction on the performance of the athletes after surpassing the 16 gold medals won by the 65-member Philippine team in the 2015 Singapore Games.
  • Two seismic events in North Korea 'unlikely' to be man-made explosions

    Two seismic events in North Korea 'unlikely' to be man-made explosions

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    Tensions have continued to rise since North Korea carried out its sixth nuclear test on September 3, prompting a new round of United Nations sanctions. North Korea relies heavily on textiles, it's one last major source of foreign revenue. North Korea has launched dozens of missiles under Kim Jong Un's leadership as it accelerates a weapons program created to give it the ability to target the United States with a powerful, nuclear-tipped missile.
  • Iran tests new missile after United States criticises arms programme

    Iran tests new missile after United States criticises arms programme

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    Meanwhile, Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has said he held around 30 meetings with various foreign officials on the UNGA meeting's sidelines and all the representatives he met stressed that the JCPOA was non-renegotiable. If 50 countries ratify it, the treaty would take effect for those that did so, requiring them not to develop, test, produce, manufacture, otherwise acquire, possess or stockpile nuclear weapons "under any circumstances".
  • Russia Warns It Will Target US-Backed Fighters in Syria If Provoked

    Russia Warns It Will Target US-Backed Fighters in Syria If Provoked

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    The assaults by the Russian-backed Syrian army and the USA -backed SDF have at times raised fears of clashes that could stoke tensions between the competing world powers. The report further said that Syrian warplanes also destroyed Daesh gathering centers in the areas of Khasham, Howeijet Sakker, al-Howeiqa, al-Jbaileh, al-Aridi and Kanamat in the eastern countryside of the province.
  • BHU Students Protest for Gender-Sensitive Campus

    BHU Students Protest for Gender-Sensitive Campus

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    The university also said that security guards were regularly patrolling the campus and assistance from the police is sought from time to time to maintain peace on the campus. The girl students have been protesting on the campus since Friday against the menace of eve-teasing on the campus. "Stones were also thrown by both sides and several vehicles were set alight", Amrit Dasgupta, who lives close to the BHU main gate in the Lanka area of Varanasi , told HT over phone.
  • Kim Jong-Un mocks Trump, calls him mentally deranged: KCNA

    Kim Jong-Un mocks Trump, calls him mentally deranged: KCNA

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    Ri accused Trump of turning the United Nations into a "gangsters' nest where money is respected and bloodshed is the order of the day", and of insulting Kim. A combination of file photos of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un and US President Donald Trump . In his maiden speech to the United Nations two days ago, Trump said he would "totally destroy" North Korea if it attacked the U.S.
  • China limits oil trade to North Korea and bans textile trade

    China limits oil trade to North Korea and bans textile trade

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    There's been a cap on North Korean exports of coal to China , a major source of income for the North Korean state. Kim said Trump's "mentally deranged behaviour" and his threat to destroy North Korea "convinced me ... In his first address to the U.N. General Assembly, Moon also stressed that the global community should deal sternly with North Korea until it voluntarily gives up its nuclear programs while seeking new sanctions in response to provocations .
  • Rohingyas, Illegal Immigrants, Not Refugees: Rajnath

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    Home Minister Rajnath Singh said on Thursday that Rohingya Muslims are illegal immigrants and not refugees who had applied for asylum in India. No Rohingya has received asylum in India nor has anyone applied for it. "At present, around 40,000 Rohingyas are living in the country". "If (Rohingyas) are deported back to their country, we see it as a violation of human rights".
  • Banks bow to pressure on ATM fees

    Banks bow to pressure on ATM fees

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    About 40 per cent of the 50 million cash machine withdrawals a month has a charge attached. It is estimated that this will save consumers around $500 million a year. Consumer group Choice said the timing of the move was unsurprising given how badly the bank needed a good news story. Consumer group Choice spokesman Tom Godfrey said the bank's decision could mark the beginning of the end for the $2 ATM withdrawal fee.