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The propane gas tank was attached and turned on, according to Orlando Police Lt. Cindy Lane. The blast caused the driver to crash into a pole. Police say a husband and wife were driving the Kia, which had a propane grill inside that had the gas valve switched on.
  • North Korea: Millions Are Signing Up to Fight

    North Korea: Millions Are Signing Up to Fight

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    Should an investigation find wrongdoing, Trump could impose tariffs against Chinese imports, which would mark a significant escalation in his efforts to reshape the trade relationship between the world's two largest economies. Instead, he is leading the administration in dusting off a variety of powerful and unilateral measures under USA trade law, many of which the United States stopped using after the creation of the WTO, which has its own mechanisms to settle trade disputes.
  • Trump tells Guam governor: 'We are with you 1000 percent'

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    Kim Jong-un has disappeared from the public eye for the last two weeks raising fears that another missile launch could be imminent. Tensions came to a boil Tuesday, when Trump appeared to threaten nuclear war on North Korea , saying he would unleash " fire and fury like the world has never seen" if Pyongyang continued to threaten the United States or its allies.
  • At least 21 killed, hundreds feared buried

    At least 21 killed, hundreds feared buried

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    Vice-President Victor Foh had earlier said hundreds of people had likely been killed in a mudslide today in the outskirts of Sierra Leone's capital. "The capacity at the mortuary is too small for the corpses", coroner technician Sinneh Kamara told Sierra Leone's national broadcaster.
  • Marco Rubio: Is Senator Really in Death Threat Danger?

    Marco Rubio: Is Senator Really in Death Threat Danger?

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    Both Rubio and Cabello have not made a comment on the report to the Miami Herald , who reached out to both. A security detail has been guarding Rubio in Washington, D.C. Traveling in Colombia on Sunday, Vice President Mike Pence said that Trump was showing "his resolve not to stand by and let a neighbor collapse into dictatorship".
  • Israel official warns Lebanon over Hezbollah leader's threat

    Israel official warns Lebanon over Hezbollah leader's threat

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    Members of the USA military stand for a photograph in front of military vehicles that were unloaded from a ship at Beirut's port in Lebanon, Lebanon, Monday, Aug. The global media is abuzz about an impending anti-Daesh offensive along the mountainous Lebanese-Syrian border which will interestingly see the participation of both United States special forces and Hezbollah.
  • GJM leaders seek to meet Rajnath on Sunday over Gorkhaland issue

    GJM leaders seek to meet Rajnath on Sunday over Gorkhaland issue

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    Thapa's comments came after meeting Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh in which the latter asked the various stakeholders to find a way out to resolve the issue and, in the mean time, to lift the hunger strike . During the two-hour meeting chaired by Singh yesterday in New Delhi , the leaders of the Gorkhaland Movement Coordination Committee (GMCC), an umbrella organisation of all the hill parties, submitted a memorandum to the Centre detailing their demands.
  • CDPL plans eclipse viewing party

    CDPL plans eclipse viewing party

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    Many online sellers are third-party vendors on Amazon , but higher prices and extended shipping dates, some beyond the August 21 eclipse date, are being reported , according to Business Insider . - With some Utah students going back to school on the same day as the once-in-a-generation solar eclipse , one school district has spent about $30,000 on protective eyewear so its 68,000 students can safely watch what officials there consider a great learning opportunity.
  • China 'to bear burden' of enforcing North Korea sanctions

    China 'to bear burden' of enforcing North Korea sanctions

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    For now, it seems the U.S.is content to simply wait and try to choke North Korea economically: "Reuters" quoted a senior Trump official saying the White House had nothing to say on a so-called secondary sanctions for Chinese firms. Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov speaks during the ASEAN-Russia Ministerial meeting during the 50th ASEAN regional security forum in suburban Manila on August 6, 2017.
  • TN CM seeks exemption from NEET for state students

    TN CM seeks exemption from NEET for state students

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    The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test or NEET-UG is an entrance examination in India for students who wish to study any graduate medical course in government or private medical colleges in India for MBBS and BDS courses conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).
  • Trump praises Xi for new United Nations sanctions on N.Korea

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    Guam is home to about 163,000 people and a U.S. military base that includes a submarine squadron, an air base and a Coast Guard group. There has been nothing irrational about North Korea's motives. Before speaking to Mr Calvo, Mr Trump told reporters in New Jersey that he believed Guam would be "very safe" and threatened North Korea with "big, big trouble" if it launched an attack .
  • China to apply United Nations sanctions to North Korea

    China to apply United Nations sanctions to North Korea

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    The UN sanctions must be implemented 30 days after the resolution was approved in a vote on August 6. Beijing has defended its economic ties with Pyongyang as normal commerce between neighbours and insisted the trade did not violate United Nations sanctions.
  • Trump better president than Obama

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    In an early morning tweet, he wrote: "Military solutions are now fully in place, locked and loaded, should North Korea act unwisely". He also warned its leader Kim Jong-un that he hoped the dictator would find another path. The Indian origin actor sharing screenshots of the terms in a tweet said , "Seems pretty clear that you can't threaten mass murder via nuclear war, right @ twitter? ".
  • Parliament to bid farewell to Big Ben's bongs for four years

    Parliament to bid farewell to Big Ben's bongs for four years

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    The final bongs will be on Monday August 21 and are set to begin again regularly in 2021, although they will still ring out for important national events such as New Year's Eve and Remembrance Sunday. Big Ben is the biggest bell-tower in the world and the famous four faces were designed by Augustus Pugin. The tower is formally named the Elizabeth Tower.
  • Trump warns North Korea of 'fire and fury'

    Trump warns North Korea of 'fire and fury'

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    North Korea's leader, Kim Jong Un, has expressed no interest in walking away from his nuclear and ballistic missile program, and the country has survived past sanctions. She added: "This is not the solution to North Korea..." The story was not in a newspaper, but rather was a report on Fox News' website. The UN's action also puts a long overdue spotlight on the plight of the North Korean people.
  • Gold Prices Continue to Move Higher

    Gold Prices Continue to Move Higher

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    The yen also eased slightly against the dollar, losing some steam after having risen on Wednesday to its highest level in almost eight weeks. The Korean won also continued to skid, down 0,45 percent to 1 147,20/$, falling below its 200-day moving average for the first time in a month.
  • Prepare for Solar Event with Eclipse Glasses

    Prepare for Solar Event with Eclipse Glasses

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    The Fleet's free outdoor event will be held in the plaza in front of the center starting at 9 a.m. Children ages 9 and under must be accompanied by an adult. The celestial event will offer scientists an opportunity to explore certain issues, including why the sun's atmosphere is one million degrees hotter than its surface and how the sun's constant stream of solar material and radiation may impact spacecraft, communications and orbiting astronauts, according to NASA .
  • Mueller Team Asks White House for Documents on Flynn

    Mueller Team Asks White House for Documents on Flynn

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    On Friday, the magnitude of Mueller's participation increased with a New York Times story indicating they had requested any and all documents the White House may possess on Flynn. Flynn Intel signed a $600,000 deal that day with Inovo BV, a Dutch company owned by Alptekin, the Turkish-American businessman. On Thursday, Mueller seated a grand jury, meaning his probe into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election is growing.
  • Massacre: Seven White Helmets Shot Dead in Northeast Syria

    Massacre: Seven White Helmets Shot Dead in Northeast Syria

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    Unidentified assailants shot dead seven volunteers of Syria's White Helmets rescue service early Saturday during a raid on their base office in a northwestern town, the organisation said. Members of the Syrian civil defence volunteers bury their fellow comrades during a funeral in Sarmin on Saturday. Idlib province is controlled by the Syrian rebel group called Hayat Tahrir al-Sham.