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USA economic sanctions on Sudan lifted


The United States is preparing to lift the decades-long economic sanctions on Sudan after it has seen improvements in the country's human rights and progress in counter-terrorism measures, a USA official said yesterday. The State Department further said the U.S. Earlier in the day, Washington announced it was ending the embargo, citing improvements made by Sudan in its human rights record. Read More »

Bergdahl Expected to Dodge Desertion Trial With Guilty Plea


This label was adopted by Donald Trump, who repeatedly attacked Bergdahl on the campaign trail in 2015 and 2016, asserting that he " should have been executed ". He isn't only considered America's most notorious prisoner of war, but also the only United States soldier held by the enemy in the Afghan conflict. Read More »

Brookdale Senior Living Inc. (NYSE:BKD) Experiences Light Trading Volume

Moreover, James Inv has 0.04% invested in Brookdale Senior Living, Inc. West Family Investments Inc bought 870,871 shares as the company's stock declined 2.44% while stock markets rallied. Lee Danner And Bass reported 920,894 shares. Krensavage Asset Management Llc owns 382,434 shares or 7.44% of their United States portfolio. Commonwealth Equity Ser Incorporated owns 4,939 shares or 0.02% of their USA portfolio. Read More »

Italy finish second place in Group G after Macedonia draw


Macedonia does have some notable players like team captain Goran Pandev but there is a very evident quality gap between the two teams. Chiellini, who scored just before half-time only to watch Macedonia substitute Aleksandar Trajkovski level in the final 15 minutes, is eager for his countrymen to put any disappointment behind them and focus on reaching Russian Federation. Read More »

Vegas shooter scouted locations in Boston, according to NBC


But with this latest report about the Las Vegas shooter, police said they're stepping up security even more. A spokeswoman for the Red Sox said that while there was no credible threat to Fenway, the Sox have been working on increased security measures for postseason games. Read More »

Man plotted ISIS-inspired attack on NY concerts, officials say


Nineteen-year-old USA citizen Talha Haroon was arrested in Pakistan in 2016. Haroon also told the undercover agent he planned to travel to the city and discussed executing his planned attacks as soon as that Memorial Day - a day that he said "will change history", according to the complaint. Read More »

Tropical Storm Nate speeds up; hurricane warning issued


Current projections from the National Hurricane Center show the storm grazing the tip of Mexico before taking a sharp right in the Gulf and making landfall somewhere between MS and the northwest corner of Florida. Gulf of Mexico oil production is offline ahead of Tropical Storm Nate , the U.S. Department of the Interior's Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) said on Thursday. Read More »

Investor Targeted stock: Windstream Holdings, Inc. (WIN)

American Century Companies Inc. lifted its position in shares of Windstream Holdings by 15.7% during the 2nd quarter. (WIN). These ratios are important while doing valuation of the company or the shares of the company. Windstream Holdings, Inc. (WIN ) average trading volume of 5,398,065 during the past month is 54.83% above its average volume over the past year, indicating that investors have been more active than usual in the stock in recent times. Read More »

Possession of Xanax, Oxycodone gets 2 bus passengers arrested at bridge


We're told PARTYNEXTDOOR allegedly had Xanax and Oxycodone on him. According to WIVB , the pair was charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance at the Queenston-Lewiston Bridge. In September, Brathwaite released an EP called " Seven Days " and recently put out a song called "Own Up To Your S--". PND is now on the road with Halsey as part of her Hopeless Fountain Kingdom tour, which also features support from Charli XCX. Read More »

United Nations puts Saudi-led coalition in blacklist


The UN's annual report on children in armed conflict also blamed the coalition for 38 verified attacks on schools and hospitals during the same period, but noted that it had taken some measures to improve the protection of children. One lists parties that have put in place measures to protect children, which includes the Saudi-led military coalition, and the other includes parties that have not. Read More »

Air Force chief Dhanoa says India can 'locate and destroy' Pakistan's nukes


Dhanoa said the IAF has the capability to carry out "full spectrum" of offensive at a "short notice" to thwart any security challenge facing the country. "The possibility of a two front war is low in current geopolitical scenario". Queried on the Chinese military strength in Doklam plateau and surrounding areas, Dhanoa admitted that Chinese forces continued to be present in the Chumbi valley. Read More »

Renewed fighting in Syria intensifies, even in 'de-escalation zones'


According to the activist, 50 civilians have been killed in Deir ez-Zour's Al-Asharah and Hajin districts; 13 in the Al-Quriyah and Senen districts; 10 in the Abbas district; and six in the Sukeiri district. The Syrian military shelled Mayadin overnight and Syrian and Russian warplanes have conducted hundreds of strikes, it said. In a recent report, the United Kingdom -based Syrian Network for Human Rights (SNHR) said at least 912 civilians - including 200 children and 144 women - had been ... Read More »

US Slaps New Duties on Bombardier Jet After Boeing Complaint

The wings for the jet are made in Northern Ireland and Bombardier has said the C-Series model affected by the row is "critical" to its operations there. Canada's foreign ministry said Boeing was "manipulating the US trade remedy system" to keep the CSeries out of the country. Canada's government said it was in "complete disagreement" with the decision and would keep raising concerns with the United States and Boeing. Read More »

Nobel Peace Prize awarded to anti-nuclear weapons campaigners


ICAN describes itself as a coalition of non-government groups in more than 100 countries. The Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons was agreed on by 122 countries at United Nations headquarters July 7. She also said they combine grassroots engagement with the legal and political process "in an admirable matter". A group seeking an worldwide ban on nuclear weapons has won the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize. Read More »

ICAI president daughter's body found on Mumbai railway tracks


According to the government railway police, more than 2,000 people died on the tracks between January and August this year. "Her family does not suspect anything foul". They are also scanning CCTVs to understand what happened. Speaking to mid-day, Jagtiani said, "Pallavi left the office at approximately 5.30 or 5.45 pm on Wednesday, October 4. Read More »

President Trump Visits Las Vegas Following Mass Shooting


As Gunderson thanked the President for visiting him Trump patted his back. Gunderson still struggles to get up, but successfully rises to chat with Trump as cameras flash around them. He wanted to know about their favorite country stars, whether they heard the gunshots, how they escaped the venue, whether they had arrived at the hospital in pickup trucks. Read More »

Civil liberties groups decry Sessions's guidance on religious freedom

In issuing the memo , Sessions is injecting the department into a thicket of highly charged legal questions that have repeatedly reached the U.S. Supreme Court, most notably in the 2014 Hobby Lobby case that said corporations with religious objections could opt out of a health law requirement to cover contraceptives for women. Read More »

Army identifies 3 Green Berets from Fort Bragg killed in Niger ambush


Earlier, an official from Niger's Tillaberi region said that five Nigerien soldiers were among the dead. His awards and decorations included the Army Good Conduct Medal, the National Defense Service Medal, the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, the Special Forces tab, the Ranger tab and the Marksmanship Qualification Badge for sharpshooter with rifle. Read More »

BJP alleges GJM supporters pushed Dilip Ghosh, manhandled two other party workers


Ghosh also led a mammoth rally in Chowkbazar at the heart of Darjeeling with BJP and GJM supporters. Mr. Ghosh is one of the first leaders from the plains to visit the hills after withdrawal of the strike. The State BJP chief came out of the auditorium with his supporters but the locals followed them. While the BJP leaders and their supporters moved out on the road, they were chased by the group with black flags. Read More »

Student in custody after school threat


When school administrators and the school resource officer tried to approach the student at school to ask questions, they say he initially acted like he was going to cooperate. Those threats were reportedly unsubstantiated but a broader investigation has been launched by police. "With everything going on these days, you have to take everything seriously and that's why the lockdown happened", Colombo said. Read More »

German man stopped at Swedish airport with suspected explosives


Police and bomb squads were called and reportedly discovered several packets of explosive TATP, often nicknamed "Satan's mother", in his luggage. The Local reported that the man was trying to fly to another European Union country but was arrested going through security checks for domestic flights. Read More »

Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock bought new rifle three days before massacre


The deadly Las Vegas shooting has lawmakers, and even the National Rifle Association , suggesting some changes could be made regarding gun control . That would close the loophole allowing for the possession of a bump stock if it isn't attached to a weapon, they contended. Slide Fire Solutions, a Texas-based manufacturer of bump stocks, posted a message on its website that it was "temporarily suspending" the filling of new orders on bump stocks, but offers customers the option to be ... Read More »

Treasury secretary's government flights were legal - but cut corners, watchdog says


Prompted by the rash of bad press-which began with Steve Mnuchin's wife bragging online about the perks of being rich and having taxpayers pick up the tab-the Trump administration has begun looking into officials' luxury-travel habits. Mnuchin has requested a military jet for his travels 9 times after his mission, and in 7 of m, military jets were made available to United States minister. Read More »

Impact of Hurricane Maria Reaches SFA Campus


Just as with Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, this Administration will continue to offer support and resources in the wake of this natural disaster. "We are glad to do our part to help the families affected by this devastating disaster by enlisting the skills of our finest operators and providing needed equipment", said Will Roberts, Foss CCO. Read More »

In shift, South Korea and USA to push forward on trade talks


A South Korean lawmaker told his colleagues on Thursday that the US shut down all of its back-channel lines of communication with North Korea after the Hermit Kingdom conducted its sixth nuclear test. Reclusive North Korea and the rich, democratic South are technically still at war because their 1950-53 conflict ended in a truce, not a peace treaty. Read More »

Death toll in Pak Sufi shrine attack rises to 22


The bodies and the injured were shifted to nearby hospitals including Sibi, Nasirabad, and other hospitals. Senior local police official Muhammad Iqbal also confirmed the death toll as fears mounted it could rise further. The group's deadliest suicide bombings in Pakistan have targeted Sufi shrines. "I can tell you that four hostile agencies are planning a major terror attack in Pakistan to undo our gains in the fight against terrorism", military spokesman Major General Asif Ghafoor told a ... Read More »

House committee approves border security legislation


President Donald Trump's border wall - or at least a modified version of it - won the endorsement of the House Homeland Security Committee Wednesday as panel members voted along partisan lines in favor of Chairman Michael McCaul's border security legislation. Read More »

USGS Reports of 6.3 Magnitude Earthquake East of Japan


The quake struck 255 km east of Ishinomaki, Honshu, at a depth of 10 km, the US Geological Survey said. The quake's epicenter was recorded out at sea and is located parallel to the Fukushima prefecture. Pacific Tsunami Warning Center now says there are no tsunami advisories or watches in place. Thankfully, it's believed that the latest quake will pass by without causing much in the way of harm. Read More »