• Northern California death toll rises to 11 as fires continue statewide

    Northern California death toll rises to 11 as fires continue statewide

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    Several wineries have also burned to the ground . Photo Damage at Signorello Estate. Forest fires are common in the western United States during dry, hot summer months. Flames shut down a number of roadways, including a 90-mile stretch of USA 101, Highway 12, which winds through wine country. Sonoma County said its hotline had received about 100 missing-person reports, though they expect some are duplicates.
  • Two USS McCain senior officers relieved of duty

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    Ships steaming in crowded waters, like those near Singapore and Tokyo, will now broadcast their positions as do other vessels. The McCain accident was the fourth involving a USA warship in the Pacific this year. Admiral Richardson offered a preview of what his focus may include in a statement last Friday to the entire Navy. A comprehensive review of safety and operational standards will probably be completed next month.
  • Iraq looks to reopen oil pipeline in bid to rival Kurds

    Iraq looks to reopen oil pipeline in bid to rival Kurds

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    The government's council said it would continue to implement the punitive measures previously adopted against the Kurdistan region in addition to taking new measures with the aim of reinstalling power in the Region and the disputed areas. Iraq's third operator, Zain, is based in Baghdad. His statement comes after his meeting with KRG president Masoud Barzani on October 7, The National reported.
  • CBI: In SC, Karti misrepresented facts on assets

    CBI: In SC, Karti misrepresented facts on assets

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    The matter would be heard tomorrow has the Centre's counsel sought time to take the instructions. Appearing for the junior Chidambaram, senior counsel Kapil Sibal said that his client had just one overseas account which was opened in 2016 in Britain's Metro Bank and that he had never held any bank account abroad prior to that, barring the time he was a student in the United States and Britain between 1989 and 1995.
  • Supreme Court dismisses De Lima's petition to nullify arrest on drug charges

    Supreme Court dismisses De Lima's petition to nullify arrest on drug charges

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    If convicted, de Lima faces between 12 years to life in prison. Those who voted to junk the petition were: Associate Justices Teresita De Castro, Disodado Peralta, Lucas Bersamin, Mariano Del Castillo, Samuel Martires, Noel Tijam, Andres Reyes and Alexander Gesmundo-all appointees of former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo and President Rodrigo Duterte.
  • Relief for 11 Godhra death row convicts

    Relief for 11 Godhra death row convicts

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    Mutual recrimination over the murder of kar sevaks returning from Ayodhya in the fire and of people, mostly Muslims, in the riots will serve no objective other than keep alive the embers of distrust engendered by an avoidable set of events.
  • Doughboy Roc of Doughboyz Cashout shot and killed in Detroit

    Doughboy Roc of Doughboyz Cashout shot and killed in Detroit

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    Although police have yet to confirm his identity, reports indicate that it was Yeargin, who was shot in the right ear and right shoulder, and pronounced dead on the scene. According to the Michigan Department of Corrections, Roc was on probation until 2021 on a 2010 conviction for felony firearms. He was an artist known for his creative style, whose solo works included 2013's " Ghetto Testimony ", 2014's " Beastmode ", and 2016's " Loyalty is Everything ".
  • Sen. Dianne Feinstein says she's running for re-election

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    Feinstein is promoting legislation aimed at outlawing bump stocks - and accessory that was used the Las Vegas shooter to increase the fire rate. Sen. She joined the Senate in 1992 after winning a special election. Pete Wilson to serve in the seat Wilson vacated to become governor. She is three months older than Republican Chuck Grassley, and nine months older than Republican Orrin Hatch.
  • Texas Tech freshman student in custody in shooting of police officer

    Texas Tech freshman student in custody in shooting of police officer

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    Last August, Senate Bill 11 , known as the " campus carry" law, took effect, allowing anyone in the state with a license to carry to bring concealed handguns into most buildings on college campuses. "We're a massive campus of over 40,000, yet suddenly something like this happens and we all come together like a small town community and unite", said Matthew Koehl a student from San Antonio.
  • Don't say Love Jihad every now and then: Kerala HC

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    Speaking to India Today, a senior officer of the NIA said, "We have spoken to both Athiras who have said they were lured". The NIA is looking into aspects whether the organisation was actively involved in conversion of unsuspecting women to Islam.
  • Supreme Court says it has dismissed travel ban case -- for now

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    The likely explanation for the different treatment of the two cases is that the Hawaii case challenges a provision of the March 6 order that is still in effect, but will expire later this month. That's a victory for the Trump administration, which urged the court to take that step. However, in September the justices ordered challenges to the March 6 executive order to be removed from the oral argument calendar.
  • Buratai mourns death of former chief of army staff

    Buratai mourns death of former chief of army staff

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    One of his relations, Ben Adoor, who confirmed Malu's demise on telephone, said: "Yes General passed away yesterday at the age of 70 in a Cairo hospital". Malu enrolled in the Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna in 1967. Malu served as chief of army staff during the administration of Olusegun Obasanjo although he was removed in 2001.
  • Trump justifies throwing paper towels at Puerto Rican residents

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    That's the Federal Emergency Management Agency's administrator, Brock Long, declaring Sunday that FEMA had quit listening to the elected leader of a city that's home to almost 400,000 of Puerto Rico's 3.4 million population. David A. Graham of The Atlantic called Trump's response to the crisis in Puerto Rico "strange" and "disjointed". Trump also spent some time learning about water purification tablets, asking a local "Would you drink it?" and when she answered in the ...
  • Western Digital Corporation (NASDAQ: WDC)

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    The last session's volume was 1,584,276 compared to its average daily volume of 3.77M shares. Are Western Digital Corporation (NASDAQ: WDC ) Earnings Growing Rapidly? It has outperformed by 109.15% the S&P500. Ftb Advsr Inc stated it has 319 shares. Western Digital Corp (NASDAQ: WDC ) has risen 125.85% since October 10, 2016 and is uptrending. Western Digital Corporation (NASDAQ: WDC ) has noticeable measure of stock volatility, for this average true range is an exponential moving ...
  • Sonipat blasts case: Abdul Karim Tunda sentenced to life imprisonment

    Sonipat blasts case: Abdul Karim Tunda sentenced to life imprisonment

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    Tunda has been held guilty under sections 307 (attempt to murder) and 120 B (criminal conspiracy) of the Indian Penal Code and section 3 (causing explosion likely to endanger life or property) of the Explosive Substances Act. Following the blasts, a case against unidentified persons was registered at the City Police Station, Sonipat on the complaint of one Sajjan Singh. Tunda, a trained LeT bomb-expert, was named as the main accused in the case.