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North Korea problem can not be solved without Russia, China - German FM


The question now is how long Japan and South Korea will maintain their confidence in the USA nuclear umbrella before moving to develop their own nuclear deterrence capabilities. It should also recognize that its persistence in nuclear weapons development has made its prospect of improving the national economy a mission impossible. Read More »

Powerful typhoon makes landfall in Japan


By Sunday evening, the possibility of Typhoon Talim bringing in rains and heavy winds to the Tokyo region also can not be ruled out due to the northeastward movement of the storm. Authorities have issued warnings for rainstorms, high seas, and flooding as well as the risk of possible landslides, and advised locals not to go outside during the inclement weather conditions. Read More »

Tropical Storm Jose expected to churn ocean along New Jersey shore


Jose, which has wavered between a category 4 hurricane and a tropical storm, as it was deemed yesterday , is now about 500 miles south of Bermuda. U.S. Jose performed an unusual loop-the-loop before continuing its northwest motion - and now it is expected to strengthen. After Hurricane Irma wreaked havoc this weekend, many Floridians are concerned about Hurricane Jose lingering in the Atlantic Ocean. Read More »

Trump And Seoul Talk 'Rocket Man,' Vowing More Pressure On North Korea


Haley added she was perfectly happy to hand the matter to Defence Secretary James Mattis. China must take more measures to "choke off" North Korea's resources and force it to abandon its nuclear weapons programme, US National Security Adviser Lt Gen H R McMaster said today, conceding that the new sanctions imposed on Pyongyang may not be enough. Read More »

Bono speaks up on U2's St. Louis show axing

Mr Stockley believed that Mr Smith was armed, defence attorneys said , and a gun was found in the vehicle. Meanwhile, as that protest was unfolding Missouri Governor Eric Greitens was touring businesses along the path of damage from Saturday night's march through the Delmar Loop in University City. Read More »

United Nations envoy slams North Korea's 'reckless' behavior

And what have the USA and its allies achieved? On Tuesday, in addition to his General Assembly speech, Trump will meet with the emir of Qatar, whose kingdom is embroiled in a dispute with other Middle East nations, including Saudi Arabia, over alleged funding of terror groups. Read More »

Trump to Make UN Debut With Speech Offering Warmth to Allies


The Security Council this week imposed a new raft of sanctions on North Korea , slapping an export ban on textiles, freezing work permits to North Korean guest workers and placing a cap on oil supplies. The latest launch drew condemnation from around the world, with the U.N. Security Council stressing in a statement after an emergency meeting Friday that all countries must "fully, comprehensively and immediately" implement all U.N. Read More »

Sean Spicer Crashes Emmys to Show He's In on the Joke

I literally have to thank him. Colbert did point out why maybe Trump didn't win. "I'm sure HBO will take home a lot of Emmys tonight - which they'll have to melt down to pay for next year's hacker ransom". ET. Lin Shaye, 73, known as the " scream queen " for her roles in numerous horror films since the 1970s, said she was rooting for Netflix's dark comedy series Black Mirror , which is up for best TV movie for one of its episodes and for outstanding writing. Read More »

Missing Salem children found with family in Colorado


The kids were taken from Giovanditto's custody and given to a relative in the Colorado Springs area Saturday night. Matthew Giovanditto, 30, took the children on September 11 from their mother Paulie Dow, who has full custodial rights. Police said Giovanditto may have been staying at a campground in Denver. Giovanditto was driving a 2015 white Chevrolet Traverse with New Hampshire disabled veteran license plate 2559. Read More »

Iran leader Khamenei warns against United States 'wrong move' on nuclear deal


He further called for serious reaction from Iran to the USA breach of the nuclear deal and said, "I hope the commission tasked with monitoring the implementation of the JCPOA will take a serious decision in this regard". Khameini continued his Twitter rant against the United States, writing that Washington's "attitudes towards talks & their outcomes are totally oppressive, hounding and cruel", in reference to the nuclear deal. Read More »

About 1.5 million still without power after Irma


He believes southwest Florida is the most impacted but cautions that numbers may rise as "Irma hasn't left". Meanwhile, recovery efforts from Irma continue across the state. UPDATE: Tampa Electric has updated the percentage restored to 94.4%. "We anticipate that the restoration effort will be measured in weeks, not days". Read More »

Depression in Atlantic Develops Into Tropical Storm Maria


We are still in the peak of hurricane season so it's no surprise we have three named storms . Maximum sustained winds were expected to accelerate to 120mph within 72 hours, by which time the hurricane could reach the British and US Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico, a US territory with a weakened economy and fragile power grid. Read More »

Chelsea 0-0 Arsenal [FT]


In a time when we were questioned, I like the team showing that kind of response", Wenger said. " It wasn't to be, but I think we have to take a lot of positives from the game ". Antonio Conte also brought up what happened before Luiz's tackle in the aftermath of the draw. "For sure, that was a foul", he said afterwards. Read More »

Nawaz accuses of rigging in NA-120 by


The top court had disqualified Sharif and ordered the filing of corruption references against Sharif, his children - Hussain, Hassan and Maryam Nawaz - son-in-law retired Captain Mohammad Safdar, and incumbent Finance Minister Ishaq Dar. The Pakistan Army personnel supervised the polling process. Sheikh received 4,174 votes, or almost 4 percent of the total vote after being backed by a new Milli Muslim League party led by an Islamist firebrand who is the subject of a $10 million bounty ... Read More »

Paul Ryan Says "There Will Be A Compromise" On DACA


Mr Trump has said the rich might see a hike in taxes as he pursues his tax overhaul by reaching out to Democrats to oppose cutting tax rates for the wealthy. Conservatives are waiting anxiously for those tax reform details. "Disagreements over both substance and process are driving a wedge between senior House Republicans involved in the tax writing process and their Senate counterparts", Henrietta Treyz of investment advisory firm Veda Partners said in a report. Read More »

Donald Trump's United Nations meeting an 'America First' forum


Kim was shown beaming as he watched the missile fly from a moving launcher in photos released by the agency, surrounded by several officials. The North Korean and Iranian nuclear programs are foremost on the president's agenda. "As recognized by the whole world, we have made all these achievements despite the United Nations sanctions that have lasted for decades", the agency quoted Kim as saying. Read More »

Froome's Sky wilt as Sunweb shine in team trial


Dumoulin will now turn his attention to the individual time-trial, where he will be facing off against La Vuelta victor Chris Froome. We waited a bit on the climb as we knew ideally we needed five guys for the end, but the guys did a super job to bring it home. Read More »

Emmys 2017: Jackie Hoffman yells 'damn it' after loss to Laura Dern


Hoffman played the role of Mamacita, Joan Crawford's loyal and feisty housemaid, on the FX hit show Feud: Bette And Joan . Yup, she was caught on camera shouting 'Damn it!' as Dern's name was called. So, was she seriously upset? Hoffman deserves an award just for that fabulous meltdown. If you want to watch the Emmys tonight from pretty much anywhere, you can with CBS All Access . Read More »

Ryan: Trump Will Achieve Immigration Reform Despite Opposition


As he left the White House to visit flood-damaged Florida, Trump told reporters , "We're working on a plan for DACA " - an acronym for the deferred-action program. People want to see that happen", Trump said, adding: " The wall will come later . "No deal was made last night on DACA ". He didn't get elected President to continue to preside over a scandal-ridden administration and a do-nothing Republican Congress, all the while watching his precious poll numbers slide to historic levels ... Read More »

Holyoke's Ann Dowd wins her first Emmy


Refresh this page for the latest Handmaid's Tale coverage from the Emmys . Bruce Miller's chilling and popular adaptation was up for an impressive 13 Emmy nomination total. It was Bledel's very first Emmy, despite her years playing Rory Gilmore on the critically acclaimed comedy drama series, Gilmore Girls . A clearly emotional Dowd began her acceptance speech in awe: "I think this is a dream, you know?" The Handmaid's Tale made a splash at Sunday's Primetime Emmy Awards, ... Read More »

British police arrest second man over homemade bomb on London tube

Police on Saturday morning arrested an 18-year-old man in the departure area of the port at Dover, the main ferry link between the United Kingdom and France that saw over 12 million passengers in 2016. A "number of items" were recovered during the operation, and the teenager is now in custody in London , officers said. "We are still pursuing numerous lines of inquiry, and at a great pace", Basu said. Read More »

Modi government launched 'electoral bullet train', says Congress


The bottom line here is that the land and the fund will come from the Maharashtra and the Gujarat governments, while the profits will go to Japan. The Sena also pointed out that Mumbai's overburdened and unsafe suburban rail network was suffering for lack of funds and improvement, many incomplete rail projects languish in the state. Read More »

Myanmar's persecution of its Muslim-majority population


Meanwhile, a relief group has said that more than a million Rohingya , including some 600,000 children, could flee to Bangladesh by year end. Last month, as the effort to expel the Rohingya turned more violent and left at least hundreds dead, hundreds of thousands of Rohingya fled to refugee camps in Bangladesh to escape the violence, leading the Myanmar military to mine the border to keep them there, per Reuters . Read More »

Turkey's first lady calls for focus on Rohingya plight


He submitted the petition saying that thousands of Rohingya refugees from Myanmar have been living in Bangladesh since its independence and more than 400,000 Rohingyas have fled into the country from Myanmar recently. "That can only be done if the global community steps up funding", he said. But inside Myanmar the army is riding a new wave of support from a public that has incubated hatred against the Rohingya for years. Read More »

Along with Jose, Storm Maria and Storm Lee form in the Atlantic


This time of the year typically accounts for 78 percent of the tropical storm days, 87 percent of the category 1 and 2 hurricane days (Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale) and 96 percent of the major hurricane days ( category 3 , 4 and 5). The centre added that tropical storm watches were possible for the U.S. East Coast later in the day and advised people from North Carolina to New England to monitor Jose's progress. Read More »

Two killings in Louisiana believed to be racially motivated


Kenneth Gleason, 23, was arrested on drug charges but there wasn't enough evidence to charge him in the murders, Baton Rouge Sgt. L'Jean McKneely told the Associated Press . The second happened Thursday night when 49-year-old Donald Smart was gunned down while walking to his job as a dishwasher at a cafe popular with Louisiana State University students, Mckneely said. Read More »

Mamata calls for extending supports for Rohingya refugees


Ayob said IS also shared images of oppressed Rohingya people online to evoke sympathy and lure people to be part of the terror group. Those fleeing have described indiscriminate attacks by security forces and Buddhist mobs. He called on the nation to be "united in establishing the truth" and for all the country's citizens to "have unity with their love for the country", including members of the media. Read More »

North Korea reportedly able to successfully fire Hwasong-12 from transporter launcher


The video, which was broadcast by its state television, shows the missile being fired directly from a truck-mounted transporter erector launcher with leader Kim Jong-un spotted observing the process. The U.N.'s most powerful body stressed in a press statement after an emergency council meeting Friday that all 193 member states must "fully, comprehensively and immediately" implement all U.N. Read More »

Bangladesh begins vaccination campaign for 1.5 lakh Rohingya children


According to a news release by the UN Children's Fund ( UNICEF ), the agency and the UN World Health Organization ( WHO ) are supporting the Bangladeshi Ministry of Health-led campaign targeting measles, rubella and polio to inoculate some 150,000 Rohingya children below the age of fifteen in 68 refugee settlements near the country's border with Myanmar. Read More »