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30 injured in train accident in Swiss Alpines, says police

30 injured in train accident in Swiss Alpines, says police

One hundred people were reportedly on the train at the time. The accident occurred as a train, run by the Matterhorn-Gotthard rail company, attempted a manoeuvre at Andermatt station. The cantonal p...

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Hurricane Irma wrecks Sir Richard Branson's Necker Island home

Hurricane Irma wrecks Sir Richard Branson's Necker Island home

The storm ripped apart the resort while Branson and his team hid in the wine cellar. "But British Virgin Islands Hurricane #Irma story is not about Necker - it is about the tens of thousands of pe...

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Afghan issue cannot be resolved without Pakistan: Mamnoon Hussain

Afghan issue cannot be resolved without Pakistan: Mamnoon Hussain

On the first day of the Forum, the participants discussed the policy matters for the development of science, technologies and innovations in Muslim world. He also pointed to the issue of terrorism in ...

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Iranian head coach of Myanmar futsal team resigns over Rohingya mass killing

Iranian head coach of Myanmar futsal team resigns over Rohingya mass killing

They have faced routine and public discrimination for decades, most notably the denial of citizenship. The government, he added, "inherited a host of enormous challenges". "I think we need to continue...

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Vladimir Putin warns world faces 'global catastrophe' over North Korea

While Trump didn't rule out an attack on North Korea when asked by a reporter, the focus of his Tweets and remarks by Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin were on tighter sanctions, not military action. ...

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North Korea should learn from fall of Saddam Hussein, Putin says

North Korea should learn from fall of Saddam Hussein, Putin says

North Korea last week fired n ICBM test over the Japanese mainland in what it said was preparation for a strike on the US Pacific territory of Guam. Meanwhile, Putin told his Moon that Russian F...

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Hurricane Jose weakens to Category 2 storm

Hurricane Jose weakens to Category 2 storm

The NHC said as a depression, Katia was blowing maximum sustained winds of almost 56 km per hour and should dissipate over the mountains of central eastern Mexico later on Saturday. The U.S. Nation...

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Trump Takes Travel Order back to SCOTUS

Trump Takes Travel Order back to SCOTUS

Because the Supreme Court lifted in part the lower-court injunctions against the order on June 26, the refugee ban will expire in late October, and the entry ban at the end of September. The justi...

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Conservative downtown rally moved to Vancouver

Conservative downtown rally moved to Vancouver

Police tactics in Portland were much more interventionist than at the previous two Patriot Prayer rallies , where a hands-off approach allowed evenly matched groups of protesters and counter-proteste...

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Satellites show Hurricane Katia crawling to the Mexico coast

Satellites show Hurricane Katia crawling to the Mexico coast

Hurricane Irma , one of the most powerful Atlantic storms in a century, walloped Cuba's northern coast on Saturday as it headed for Florida. As USA Today reported , Hurricanes Jose and Katia are ...

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Klopp responds to accusations that Coutinho refused to play for Liverpool

Klopp responds to accusations that Coutinho refused to play for Liverpool

Yes, we've scored more often. Liverpool are a top club with some of the best players in Europe in their ranks. It was the decision, no problem. However, Klopp has suggested that Coutinho would...

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Parents Pull Second Child From School After Fight Over Transgender Rights Ensues

Parents Pull Second Child From School After Fight Over Transgender Rights Ensues

The family withdrew their son from the school and will now educate him at home on the Isle of Wight, alongside his eight-year-old brother, who was taken out of school a year ago after a boy in his cla...

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North Korea: US Will Pay for Haley's 'Tongue Wagging'

North Korea: US Will Pay for Haley's 'Tongue Wagging'

She has called a meeting of the UN Security Council on Monday (11 September) to discuss the issue. The commentary termed her "a novice in politics and diplomacy" and said that she was making a "lau...

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Tropical Storm Irma could bring strong winds, heavy rain to Alabama today

Tropical Storm Irma could bring strong winds, heavy rain to Alabama today

Petersburg College, on the west coast of the state, announcing Sunday that it would be closing until further notice. With communication cut to some of the Florida Keys , where Irma made landfall Su...

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Indian Govt Takes Up Ganesha Lamb Ad with Australia

Indian Govt Takes Up Ganesha Lamb Ad with Australia

In a statement, the Indian High Commission said the ad "hurt the religious sentiments of the Indian community" and has called for it to be scrapped. In the advertisement, produced by a meat industry...

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Rain and Gusting Winds Expected as Irma Remnants Move Through Region

Rain and Gusting Winds Expected as Irma Remnants Move Through Region

Irma was forecast to cross the Georgia-Florida line Monday afternoon. Scattered power outages are possible. How will the SC coast be impacted? Rain will start spreading over the Valley Monday evenin...

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Trump leads national moment of silence

Photo Mr. and Mrs. Trump gathered on the South Lawn with White House staff members for a moment of silence on Monday. The morning remembrance is scheduled for about the time the first plane stru...

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'Pray for us': West Florida braces as Hurricane Irma engulfs state

'Pray for us': West Florida braces as Hurricane Irma engulfs state

Miami seemingly dodged a bullet, but Florida's densely populated and ill-prepared Tampa region came into the cross hairs as Hurricane Irma barrelled up the west coast of the southern state through S...

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Google launches appeal against €2.4 billion European Union fine

Google launches appeal against €2.4 billion European Union fine

The Commission said the US company, a unit of Alphabet Inc, had to stop the practice by September 28. The move sets up a court battle between Brussels and the internet giant that could take years ...

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18 dead after police convoy attacked in Egypt's Sinai

18 dead after police convoy attacked in Egypt's Sinai

One source said authorities received a tip off about the hideouts of the individuals, who they suspect of being members of Hasm, a group which has claimed several attacks around the Egyptian capital t...

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