Monday, 19 August 2019
Latest news
Home » Worldwide


Kathy Griffin Debuts Kellyanne Conway Impression on 'The President Show'


Griffin's impression of Conway was dead-on, as she mimicked the latter's method of not answering direct question but looping them around into nonsensical stuff instead. Later in the show, Griffin feuded with Peter Grosz's Mike Pence, asking him if she made him uncomfortable, as a woman who is not his wife. The conceit of the special was to raise money for The President Show's President Trump ( Anthony Atamanuik ) so that he can fund passion projects that Congress won't: the border wall ... Read More »

Last Syrian Rebel Group Starts Leaving Ghouta


Hundreds of militants from the so-called Jaish al-Islam terror group have begun evacuation from their last holdout in the Eastern Ghouta enclave on the outskirts of the Syrian capital city of Damascus, a day after they reached a deal with the Syrian government troops under Russia's mediation. Read More »

Many upset over proposed fee increase at national parks


That plan would have more than doubled entrance fees at 17 of the most visited national parks during their busiest five month contiguous periods. Of the 417 National Park Service sites across the country, 118 now charge an entrance fee; officials may be considering marginal increases to those, rather than larger hikes to just the most popular. Read More »

British family of 4 killed in Florida vehicle crash


And last month, concerned neighbors in Woodland, Wash., contacted child welfare authorities, saying the children may have been going hungry. But the authorities cautioned that did not mean that the vehicle reached 90 miles per hour, because the SUV could not have reached "a significant speed" from the spot where it stopped and the edge of the cliff. Read More »

Mexican Government is Breaking Up Migrant Caravan


Trump made his announcement during a meeting with the leaders of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. The President wasn't asked about Mexican migration but did say regarding NAFTA that he continues to look for a resolution that will, "benefit the development of the three countries ( Mexico , the United States and Canada) that are negotiating with NAFTA". Read More »

High wind warning issued in Haddonfield


Expect winds of 25-35 miles per hour, with gusts up to 60 miles per hour. Forecasters David Shallenberger and Jonathan Guseman say the cold front that is passing through is bringing in storms, creating an enhanced risk for severe weather around 10 o'clock Tuesday night. Read More »

Some lawmakers don't want military involved with the border wall


Those policies allowed more than 400,000 Central American economic migrants into the United States to plead for asylum created to help persecuted individuals. The troops were sent to backstop agents as the federal government rushed to hire and train hundreds more. "We have (Border Patrol) helicopters flying over all the time", Reyes said. Read More »

Three newly-elected Rajya Sabha members from Odisha take oath

At 2 PM, Azad stressed that besides being responsible for the passage of bills, MPs represent the people of India and have been mandated to raise issues of millions of people. The AIADMK and DMK members sought the immediate constitution of the Cauvery Water Management Board for division of the river water between Tamil Nadu and Karnataka . Read More »

Jet Airways stock rises 3% on aircraft pact


The majority of Jet Airways' fleet are Boeing aircraft. "Our success in MAX placements to date speaks to the strong market demand for these aircraft", which reflected the growing need of its customers for additional 737 MAX 8 aircraft, said John Poerschke, executive vice president of Air Lease Corp. Read More »

Ambev SA (ABEV) stock ends Yesterday with change of -2.20%

The price volatility of stock was 2.02% for a week and 2.05% for a month. This comparison specified a downward percentage difference of -0.52%. The tech-rich Nasdaq Composite Index led the market lower, dropping 193.33 points (2.74 per cent) to 6,870.12. Read More »

Amarin Corp PLC (NASDAQ:AMRN) Sentiment Up in 2017 Q4

The stock of Amarin Corporation plc (NASDAQ: AMRN ) has "Buy" rating given on Monday, August 14 by Cantor Fitzgerald. The firm has "Buy" rating by H.C. Amarin (NASDAQ: AMRN ) last announced its quarterly earnings data on Tuesday, February 27th. Further, the Earnings to Price yield of Amarin Corporation plc NasdaqGM: AMRN is -0.068212. Read More »

New snow and rain warning issued for Cumbria


Rain, snow and more wind are all expected tonight . Rain, snow and winter storm warnings widely cover much of the province with the system expected to pick up in intensity Tuesday night and lasting through the day on Wednesday . "We're on the southern edge of cold air that will impact the northern Plains", he said. Thursday will be dry and quiet before another storm brings widespread rain and snow on Friday . Read More »

Virgin Australia, Air New Zealand to end seven-year alliance


The airlines commenced the strategic alliance at the end of 2010 to co-operate on services between New Zealand and Australia. Oscar was first piloted a year ago in the New Zealand and Australia markets to assist customers with frequently asked questions, saving them time and offering a more personalized experience. Read More »

Trump says 'we'll find out' if Putin is an ally


US President Donald Trump pledged America's support for the Baltic states when he met the presidents of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia for security talks in Washington on Tuesday. The Baltic states together traditionally receive about $3.5 million a year in IMET assistance to allow 150 students to attend formal training at military academies in the United States. Read More »

Monsoon Rains Likely To Be Average This Year, Says Weather Agency

The sector, accounting for 15 per cent of the $2 trillion Indian economy, supports two-thirds of the population, or around 1.3 billion people. As far as East India is concerned, both seasons of 2016 and 17 saw Normal Monsoon rains. As per reports, the monsoon a year ago after making a steady start in June and July , went on a break in August and also till early September which pulled down the total cumulative seasonal rainfall. Read More »

Trump says he wants United States troops to 'get out' of Syria quickly

That is our mission and our mission isn't over and we are going to complete that mission", McGurk said. "And we'll be making a decision very quickly in coordination with others in the area as to what we'll do". "Once he's sat down and talked through all of the central implications and the realities on the ground and the threats we face by leaving. he might be turned around again", Lister told AFP. Read More »

Largest Syrian Rebel Group Starts Leaving Damascus Enclave


Under the deal, Syrian state media said Jaish al-Islam would hand over heavy and medium-sized weapons and acknowledge the restoration of the Damascus government's control of Douma. Douma was one of the earliest centers of the anti-government demonstrations that swept through the country in March 2011. President Bashar al-Assad, his military position secure thanks to Russian Federation and Iran, is seeking to crush the last pockets of opposition to his rule near the main cities of western ... Read More »

Palestinian shot dead by Israeli forces on Gaza border: ministry


The prime minister is the subject of police investigations into suspected corruption, which he denies. Outside a government complex in Tel Aviv where Netanyahu said he was scrapping the deal, several African men wrapped themselves in chains in a protest that put their sense of powerlessness on display. Read More »

Four Marines presumed dead after helicopter crash in El Centro


The accident's cause is now under investigation. Doctors told the Marine Corps that the pilot was in stable condition while being evaluated at Camp Lemonnier's medical facility, the Marine Corps said in a news release. The United States has a large military presence in Djibouti based at Camp Lemonnier where some 4,000 U.S. personnel are stationed. It is used for minesweeping and transport and can carry dozens of troops and tons of cargo. Read More »

Media Using Hamas-Provided Casualty Numbers for Gaza Riots Reporting


Earlier that day, Hamas publicly acknowledged that five members of its Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades, were among the fatalities and were hiding among the civilian population, using them as human shields - a war crime under global law. The Hamas terrorist group organized the mass riots under the banner of the "March of Return", seeking to escalate protests the next few weeks leading up to Israel's 70th Anniversary celebrations next month and the relocation of the USA embassy from Tel Aviv to ... Read More »

QB Boydstun plans National Library Week activities


National Library Week is sponsored each April by the American Library Association. Serving the Bristol and Forestville area for more than a century, today the libraries boast more than 200,000 books, magazines, DVDs, CDs and other materials, as well as hosting hundreds of community and library events each year. Read More »

Market opens in red on weak global cues


Under the change, lenders can spread bond-trading losses incurred in the December 2017 and March 2018 quarters equally over up to four quarters. "Market traded range-bound throughout the day due to volatility in the global market". Meanwhile, on a net basis, Domestic Institutional Investors (DIIs) bought shares worth Rs 413 crores, while Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPIs) sold shares worth Rs 689.75 crore on Monday, a provision data released showed. Read More »

York Middle School, parents raising funds to add second softball team


The Lions added two more runs in the next inning following back-to-back RBI doubles to left by McGuire and Kocinski. Lewisburg has its top six hitter in order led by Koch, who hit.526 and scored 17 runs in just 12 games a season ago. Jake Oligny, Kaleb Meredith and Brant Hare each collected two RBIs for the Bucs (7-5, 3-0 Watauga Valley). Wesleyan jumped out to an early lead, scoring two runs in the fourth. Read More »

Second City SUES CALIFORNIA Over 'Sanctuary' Laws — WEST COAST REVOLT


Jerry Brown that took effect January 1. The council considered a proposal to sue the state over the law, which limits the involvement of state and local law enforcement with federal immigration authorities. California Senate Pro-tem Kevin de Leon, the bill's author, has said the bill is in fact legal and protects hard working immigrants both legal and illegal. Read More »

Fire in bakery kills five in Lahore


The fire spread to offices on other floors of the eight-storey building where the bakery is located. Five people rescued died due to suffocation while being shifted to Jinnah Hospital, while another person's condition was deemed critical. Read More »

Russian 'troll factory' Facebook accounts deleted: Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook has removed several accounts owned by Russia-based Internet Research Agency (IRA), the group accused of meddling in the 2016 USA presidential election . "Organizations like the IRA are sophisticated adversaries who are constantly evolving, but we'll keep improving our techniques to stay ahead - especially when it comes to protecting the integrity of elections", Zuckerberg said. Read More »

To Issue Quarterly Dividend of $0.20 (NYSE:CBL)

It has underperformed by 63.62% the S&P500.The move comes after 9 months negative chart setup for the $837.55 million company. Raymond James & Associates increased Icici Bk Ltd (IBN) stake by 23.19% reported in 2017Q4 SEC filing. Cibc Asset Mngmt, Ontario - Canada-based fund reported 21,865 shares. 45,831 are held by Jones Collombin Counsel. It has a market cap of $745.03 Million. Read More »

North Korea Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho to visit Moscow: Russian embassy

China hopes that a planned meeting between the leaders of North Korea and the United States can advance smoothly, senior Chinese diplomat Wang Yi said on Tuesday. Wang, China's foreign minister and a State Councillor, told reporters in Beijing that China hoped all sides cherish the opportunity. Cassis said that he would discuss with Wang the role that Switzerland could play in the strategic meetings between Kim and "some important partners on the global level", but he did not elaborate. Read More »

Philadelphia to honor champion Wildcats with Thursday parade


Of course, there's some controversy surrounding whether the Wildcats' parade should be held in downtown Philadelphia, as some argue that Villanova (located about 17 miles outside downtown Philadelphia) is not a Philly school. More details about the parade are expected to be released later this week. Expect the streets to be filled with students - classes have been cancelled on April 5 for the occasion. Read More »

20 people injured in German light train crash


It said "it was time for spring cleaning to bring fresh air to the village". We have freed this bell from the signs of a time of guilt and abuse. Although the swastika has been on the bell for decades, it apparently didn't set off any controversy until last September, when some people voiced opposition to having it in the town's church. Read More »

TV anchors decrying 'fake' news put spotlight on Sinclair


Local anchors warned viewers about fake news, promised to report fairly and urged watchers to go to the station's website and report any questionable reporting. Talking heads spouting propaganda in lock-step at Sinclair stations. Over the weekend, a montage of local news anchors went viral . "This is extremely risky to a democracy", the message continued. Read More »

Trump has invited Putin to visit Washington


President Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, are hosting Monday's festivities on the South Lawn for a crowd of almost 30,000 adults and children. Believe it or not, the White House Easter Egg Roll dates far back - to 1878. Washington has, however, said Russian Federation is free to apply to accredit more diplomats to replace those expelled . "We believe that it is rather important and necessary for both countries and for the entire worldwide community". Read More »

Dallet wins Wisconsin Supreme Court race


The race for the state Supreme Court seat was technically nonpartisan. "As the first statewide race in the nation, this is our chance to set the tone for 2018", read an invitation to the San Francisco fundraiser for Rebecca Dallet, the liberal-leaning Milwaukee judge. Read More »