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As the low pressure centre moves over the country the strong gale force winds will continue at sea on Saturday, possibly falling light variable over land. A weather bomb is an area of low pressure which deepens rapidly by 24mb in 24 hours. Following the devastation of Ophelia earlier this week, which killed three people, Brian will bring more strong winds.
  • Amit Shah came like lion, returned like rat: Kodiyeri

    Amit Shah came like lion, returned like rat: Kodiyeri

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    This shows BJP's provocative agenda to incite violence in Kerala. "Lies & false propaganda by 16 Union ministers, 4 CMs, one deputy CM, 25 MPs /MLAs & BJP national leaders imported for Yatra". CPI (M) general secretary Sitaram Yechury on Tuesday accused the RSS-BJP of triggering violence in Kerala, saying that if it continued to do so, the saffron party would not win even a single seat in the State.
  • CIA Fires Very Good Girl For Refusing To Be A Narc

    CIA Fires Very Good Girl For Refusing To Be A Narc

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    Lulu displayed a general disregard for whatever was being taught and showed no interest in searching for explosives. Usually it lasts for a day, maybe two. "They made hard decision & did what's best for Lulu: stop her training". Lulu the labrador's handler had high hopes of her becoming the CIA's latest bomb-sniffing talent, but it was not meant to be.
  • Apple Watch loses cellular service in China

    Apple Watch loses cellular service in China

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    Cellular connectivity for the Apple Watch has been cut since September 28, having been previously available through China Unicom . Analysts suspect the shutdown is due to security concerns from the Chinese government, which heavily regulates all mobile phone service and devices.
  • China Sept industrial output, retail sales beat expectations, investment growth slows

    China Sept industrial output, retail sales beat expectations, investment growth slows

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    Those efforts are expected to have weighed on economic activity in some parts of China, but growth has been supported by higher-than-expected rise in trade and bank lending. The growth rate, which compares expansion with the same three months in the previous year, met forecasts, the BBC reported. Private sector fixed-asset investment fell to 6.0 percent, down from 6.4 percent in the previous period, the National Bureau of Statistics said.
  • About Those Middle Class Tax Cuts

    About Those Middle Class Tax Cuts

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    Trump joked H&R Block will not be happy with him. Congress can't advance a tax plan until the budget passes both legislative chambers. Democratic members of the committee remained united in opposition to the current plan, said Sen. I also assume that the Ways and Means Committee will work out the math to make sure the tax works and provides somewhat of a tax cut to the middle class and more money for low income earners.
  • Weird conspiracy floated that Melania Trump used a body double

    Weird conspiracy floated that Melania Trump used a body double

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    In fact, Google searches for terms like " Melania Trump double" and "Fake Melania" have seen a sizeable spike. There have been stylish first ladies throughout the history of the U.S., there have even been first ladies who were ex-models, but is Melania Trump (née Knauss) the hottest? Do freaky, poorly thought-out decisions get made literally every day at this White House? These theories went into overdrive after The Donald made particular mention to his wife's presence at his side.
  • Trump denies

    Trump denies "insensitive" remarks to Congresswoman

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    Trump first publicly addressed the soldiers' deaths in a Rose Garden news conference 12 days after they were killed. La David Johnson, when she received the call from the commander-in-chief, CBS Miami reports . Wilson also told MSNBC that Trump didn't remember Johnson's name. Some have not, and feel let down about it. Sanders described Trump's call as "completely respectful".
  • 41 soldiers killed by Taliban at Kandahar army camp

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    Toryalai Abdyani, the police chief for Paktia province, was also killed in the attack in Gardiz, capital of Paktia province, some kilometers away Kharlachi area of Pakistan. The Pakistani officials said several missiles were fired on a compound of the Haqqani terror network, leaving at least 20 dead. The militants had killed at least 60 Afghan soldiers and wounded many, he said.
  • U.S. expresses concern over Rohingya crisis

    U.S. expresses concern over Rohingya crisis

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    Tillerson said " a couple " of U.S. diplomats have been granted access to the region, where they are getting " a full accounting of the circumstances ". "Despite warnings issued by us and by many other officials, the government of Myanmar has failed to meet its obligations under worldwide law and primary responsibility to protect the Rohingya population from atrocity crimes", they said in a joint statement.
  • Forecast: Sunny skies through Friday, storms possible Saturday

    Forecast: Sunny skies through Friday, storms possible Saturday

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    Night: Partly cloudy/mostly clear with southwest winds 0-5 miles per hour. MONDAY: Mostly sunny and cool. Friday night - Mostly clear, with a low around 51. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 55. Monday: Sunny with a high near 73. South southwest wind around 11 miles per hour. Saturday night: Showers and thunderstorms.
  • Polestar to go electric-only

    Polestar to go electric-only

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    The now standalone brand will launch its first product, the Polestar 1 , into the market in mid-2019 but the big news is that it will be closely followed by a compact EV named Polestar 2 in the same year. The company has also laid out plans for their future vehicles - Polestar 2 and Polestar 3. The 3 is described as a "larger SUV-style BEV" and "a modern expression of electric performance and driving dynamics".
  • United Kingdom watchdogs to probe banks' Gupta links

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    Lord Hain, who is an influential former United Kingdom politician, says the crisis is precipitated by a "vast criminal network" facilitated by the Guptas and the Zuma family. Standard Chartered said while it wasn't able to comment on specific client transactions, it could "confirm that after an internal investigation, accounts were closed by us by early 2014".
  • Iraq retakes disputed areas from Kurds

    Iraq retakes disputed areas from Kurds

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    Iraqi officials have not said if they intend to push deeper into Iraqi Kurdistan. The KRG, emboldened by the success of nascent crude exports, held a referendum on September 25 that overwhelmingly favoured independence from Baghdad . The US-led anti-Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) coalition claimed that the maneuvers “of military vehicles and personnel” in the vicinity of Kirkuk “so far have been coordinated movements, not attacks , ” while the clashes between Peshmerga and Iraqi ...
  • OPEC seeking consensus on oil supply cut extension before meet

    OPEC seeking consensus on oil supply cut extension before meet

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    OPEC and a group of non-cartel oil producers led by Russian Federation has agreed to cut oil production until the end of March 2018 to tackle the global supply glut that has kept a lid on prices since the summer of 2014. Now, prices have rebounded as refining capacity has mostly come back online and the crude oil inventory glut is being cleared by record high USA crude oil exports.
  • Carmelo Anthony Felt 'stabbed in the back' by Knicks

    Carmelo Anthony Felt 'stabbed in the back' by Knicks

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    He tells Stein that he spoke to Jackson "maybe twice" face to face last season. They didn't stop there, though, as they'd add fellow All-Star Carmelo Anthony to the lineup giving the Thunder a team with a chance to contend in the Western Conference.
  • Harry and Meghan's secret tea party with the Queen

    Harry and Meghan's secret tea party with the Queen

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    According to the Daily Mail , their meeting was kept informal in order to put Meghan more at ease about the important occasion. It was reported last month that Meghan and the Queen had recently met for the first time. Before adding: "The Queen spent nearly an hour with her grandson and the Los Angeles-born Meghan". When she began dating Harry a year ago, Markle also closed down her three-year-old lifestyle blog The Tig despite its growing fanbase.
  • US Mideast Envoy: Palestinians Must Commit to Nonviolence

    US Mideast Envoy: Palestinians Must Commit to Nonviolence

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    Greenblatt made a similar statement during talks ahead of the unity deal earlier this month. However, Dr. Moussa Abu Marzouk, the deputy head of Hamas' political wing, recently said that Hamas' weapons are "intended for the defense of the Palestinian people, and as long as the Palestinian people are under occupation, the weapons will continue to be ready for any scenario", dismissing any say Fatah may have in the matter.
  • PM Modi to celebrate Diwali in J&K's Gurez sector

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    Unfortunately, we don't have so much money. He also said that the central government was committed to the "welfare and the betterment" of the military personnel, in every way possible. He offered candies and gifts and exchanged greetings with them, appreciating the sacrifices of armed forces in protecting the country. He also mentioned how best innovations are now being recognised and awarded on the occasion of Army Day, Navy Day, and Air Force Day.
  • Pacers top Nets 140-131 in home opener

    Pacers top Nets 140-131 in home opener

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    Brooklyn Nets point guard Jeremy Lin left Wednesday's game against the Indiana Pacers in the fourth quarter with a knee injury. Lin , who is playing in his second season with the Nets , has spent time on the sidelines before due to knee issues.