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The wait for the iPhone X could be longer than expected

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The main reason that will cause this delay in production - according to KGI Securities - is the round-cornered notched OLED display panel. In a research note to investors (via Barron's ), Raymond James analyst Christopher Caso said Apple hasn't yet started the iPhone X production. Read More »

Americans need tax reform, says White House

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Those proposals have gone nowhere among the GOP-controlled Congress, though. But the real reason is surely taxes, which has always been the central tenet, and point of commonality, between Donald Trump and the Republican Party. Similarly, Trump's rhetoric is at odds with the math regarding his proposed reduction of seven individual tax brackets to three tax brackets of 10, 25 and 35 percent. Read More »

Search underway for escaped inmate

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During the escape, Scott stole the deputy's vehicle, which he later left at Nebraska Furniture Mart in Omaha. If Scott is convicted on all counts and given the maximum sentences, Glass said the inmate could spend the rest of his life in prison. Read More »

Jose passes Jersey Coast leaving flooding, eroded beaches

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At 8AM, Tropical Storm Jose had winds of 65mph. The higher the cloud tops, the colder and the stronger the storms . Tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 205 miles (335 km) from the center. Gradual weakening is forecast during the next couple of days. Jose is forecast to continue its easterly trek on Thursday , then dip down and circle in a small loop Friday and Saturday as it continues to weaken. Read More »

May warns of 'crisis of faith' if United Nations refuses to reform

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UK Prime minister, Theresa May in her speech on wednesday had warned that Britain could withhold up to 30% of its £90m core funding each year unless the United Nations reforms. The Prime Minister told the UN Security Council it must be "prepared to take all necessary measures" to put pressure on North Korea ruler Kim Jong Un over his "outrageous" development of nuclear weapons. Read More »

South Korea intends to provide humanitarian aid to the DPRK

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South Korea is considering various measures to put more pressure on North Korea as part of follow-up efforts to the latest sanctions resolution agreed by the UN Security Council, the foreign ministry said Thursday. "We have consistently said we would pursue humanitarian aid for North Korea in consideration of the poor conditions children and pregnant women are in there, apart from political issues", said Unification Minister Cho Myong-gyon. Read More »

US, S Korea troops stage mock battle near border

Seoul says more than 30,000 North Koreans have defected to the South since the end of the Korean War, in 1953. Diplomacy and dialogue will not work with North Korea and concerted pressure by the entire global community is essential to tackle the threats posed by North Korea, Abe wrote. Read More »

North Korea sanctions: Trump to make 'important announcement', says White House

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During his speech to the U.N. General Assembly on Tuesday, Trump warned that the United States would "totally destroy" North Korea if forced to defend itself or its allies against a nuclear attack. Mr Trump, in his address to the United Nations on Tuesday, said it was "far past time" for the world to confront Kim, declaring that the North Korean leader's pursuit of nuclear weapons poses a threat to "the entire world with an unthinkable loss of human life". Read More »

British police make sixth arrest in Parsons Green attack

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Searches are taking place at a residential address in Stanwell, Surrey, in connection with the arrest , Scotland Yard said. Jeffrey Street in Newport where a 48-year-old man and a 30-year-old man were arrested . "We now have six males in custody and searches are continuing at five addresses". Both Farroukh and the 18-year-old are believed to have spent time in the care of Penelope and Ronald Jones, from Sunbury-on-Thames, who received MBEs for services to children and families in 2010. Read More »

Two more arrests in Wales over London Underground bombing

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A police officer stands by a cordon outside a home in London on September 18 as part of the investigation into last week's subway bomb attack. Most of the injured in Friday's explosion aboard a District Line train suffered flash burns while some were injured in the panicked rush to leave the Parsons Green station where the blast occurred. Read More »

Mercedes-Benz building $1B electric battery, SUV plant in Alabama

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Parent company Daimler has confirmed it plans to rollout 50 electrified models by the year 2022. USA automakers are facing mounting pressure amid slowing demand in the country, as automakers from Asia and Europe aggressively ramp up vehicle production in North America, including a new investment by Daimler AG. Read More »

Amazon is opening a massive new office in New York City

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Amazon says it will add about 2,000 employees in New York City during the next three years, more than doubling an outpost focused on the online retailer's advertising business. Separately, Amazon has committed to creating 2,250 jobs at its new Staten Island fulfillment center , which it announced earlier this year. The complex is being developed by Brookfield, which recently developed Amazon's new European headquarters in London. Read More »

Goat gets loose, evades cops; checks into hotel

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She explained the goat had been the talk of the area all weekend, with people reporting they had seen the furry farm creature wandering around multiple townships. Auburn police guessed the animal needed to "rest a bit". The goat's owner, Peter Blash, says goat #448 jumped a five foot fence at his pig farm in Millbury to escape. Read More »

Collins 'disappointed' in failed bipartisan health care push

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The Congressional Budget Office which measures how many people could lose coverage under the new health care bill won't have time to finish crunching the numbers before a potential vote. Mr Cassidy denied Mr Kimmel's characterisation of his bill, saying "what is being circulated is by those that wish to preserve Obamacare, and they're doing everything they can to discredit the alternative". Read More »

NWS: Tropical storm watch canceled as Jose weakens

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Hurricane Jose has petered out and is now a tropical storm that's causing high surf on the New England coast. ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — Jose is swirling east of New Jersey, but forecasters are warning of rip currents and coastal flooding. Read More »

Red Cross Aid Truck for Rohingya Refugees Crashes in Bangladesh

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The government of the United Kingdom has suspended its training program for military in Myanmar due to the violence in Rakhine state, a British government spokesman said on Tuesday, September 19, 2017. "We want to understand why this exodus is happening". In an exlusive interview to ANI news agency, Suu Kyi, said, there has been a lot of controversy with regard to the term used to describe Muslims in Rakhine. Read More »

Seoul renews plan to help North Korea's vulnerable

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The hold on aid comes after controversy over the appropriateness of providing assistance at a time when the North is engaging in nuclear and missile provocations. Realmeter, a South Korean polling organisation, said the measure had dented Moon's popularity, although his approval rating is still high at just over 65%. Read More »

Jessie Goline Pictures: Must-See Photos of Arkansas Teacher

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In June, Connecticut special education teacher Laura Ramos was arrested for having a sexual relationship with one of her students. Her Facebook page says she was an Art Teacher at Marked Tree High School, studied art education at University of Arkansas, went to Berryville High School, lives in Jonesboro, Arkansas, is married, and is from Berryville, Arkansas. Read More »

Sonia writes to Modi on women's reservation bill

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The Women's Reservation Bill or the Constitution (108th Amendment) Bill, 2008, had sought to reserve one-third of all seats in the Lok Sabha and legislative assemblies for women. The Congress president Sonia Gandhi came into limelight with a stark message on women empowerment just ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. As part of the Congress efforts to push for the passage of the Women's Reservation Bill, a delegation of its women leaders will meet President Ram Nath Kovind to submit ... Read More »

Pervez Musharraf alleges Zardari of killing Benazir, Murtaza Bhutto

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In a video message, Musharraf, the former army chief, said, "Asif Ali Zardari is responsible for the Bhutto family's demise as he had the most to gain from [it]". He further said that he was speaking out because he "could not tolerate" the fact that Zardari had recently directly accused him of being responsible for the murder. Read More »

Iraqi forces take village in Daesh-held area

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Recall that in late August, the Prime Minister of Iraq has declared victory over ISIS in tal afar and in the entire province of Nineveh. Announcement of the operation comes after Iraqi and coalition planes stepped up airstrikes on Hawija earlier this month, targeting IS bases and weapons facilities. Read More »

Rohingya Muslims a security threat, says Centre to Supreme Court

Violence in Rakhine State erupted on August 25th, when Rohingya militants launched deadly attacks on government outposts, provoking a fierce crackdown by the Myanmar military that has been greeted with widespread global condemnation, including at the annual UN General Assembly this week. Read More »

Pence applauds United Nations resolution on peacekeeping reform

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Pence went on to argue that President Trump will continue to work on a diplomatic solution. U.S. Vice President Mike Pence said this in his speech at a UN Security Council meeting on Wednesday, an Ukrinform correspondent reports. "The simple truth is that transferring $1.7 billion in cash to the leading state sponsor of terrorism was a awful idea". While Pence reiterated the president's "deep concern" for the agreement and that he would make his opinion known at the right time, he said ... Read More »

Victor of $338 Powerball jackpot charged with child sex abuse

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After winning one of the highest-ever Powerball jackpots in 2013, Quezada took a lump-sum, post-tax payment of $152 million. The Dominican Republic native who moved to the U.S.at age 19 to work, according the outlet , made a decision to take a $211 million lump sum, which was reduced to $152 million after taxes. Read More »

North Korea: the United Nations has 'exhausted' all but military intervention

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The rocket, believed to be a intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), flew for about 19 minutes over a distance of about 2,300 miles - far enough to reach the U.S. "I'm waiting for the regime in North Korea to give us some indication that they're prepared to have constructive, productive talks", he said on CBS's "Face the Nation". Read More »

Saudi Arabia Enters the Entertainment World with $2.7-B Investment

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The announcement comes a day after Al Jazeera lashed out at Snapchat for blocking the Qatari broadcaster from its app in Saudi Arabia at the request of Saudi authorities. In its immediate aftermath, the president publicly backed the Saudi demands, while Tillerson and other administration members took a more cautious line. Read More »

Sean Spicer won't be offered a network job, report says

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So she was pretty shocked - along with the rest of the world - when Spicer went out on stage with a podium very similar to the one she used on the sketch show. But Colbert didn't miss a beat - or a chance to make a joke. The star apologised to fans left fuming by his antics with the president's ex-spokesman at the Emmys , saying: 'Hollywood phonies kissing up to Sean Spicer are disgusting. Read More »

Polls: Trump Approval Rises After Disaster Response

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It's by no means a sterling number, especially so early in Trump's presidency ― at this point in their tenure, most of his recent predecessors were pulling positive ratings . The new poll is in line with others that have emerged in recent weeks, which show that Trump's approval ratings remain at historic lows for a president in his first year in office but are improving from their low-water mark in August. Read More »

Netanyahu meets Sisi in boost for Israeli peace process

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Al-Sisi pointed out the efforts Egypt exert in order to resume talks between Palestine and Israel and to reach an inclusive and fair solution to the conflict. U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday signaled he would consider resuming military aid to Egypt which had been frozen because of concerns over its human rights record. Read More »

Tony Abbott Has Reportedly Been Assaulted In Hobart

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He told Macquarie radio he was headbutted by a campaigner wearing a Vote Yes badge after the man approached him, apparently to shake hands. "He says I want to shake your hand". Abbott said he wouldn't seek to make too much of the incident, but warned that more incidents like this could happen if the "yes" side wins. Alex Greenwich of The Equality Campaign said in a statement: "We condemn the violence against Tony Abbott that has been reported tonight". Read More »

Roberts born an Indian citizen, court told

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Roberts was born in India in 1955 to a Welsh father and Australian mother but has argued he was only ever Australian. His counsel, Robert Newlinds, said Roberts "didn't believe he was [a British citizen] but suspected he might be when he nominated to be a senator". Read More »

Merkel criticizes Trump's threats to North Korea voiced at UN

The remarks came one day after Trump addressed the 72nd session of the UN General Assembly, using the opportunity to threaten North Korea. "We must make North Korea abandon all nuclear and ballistic missile programmes in a complete, verifiable and irreversible manner". Read More »

S. Korea approves $8m in aid to N

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U.S. President Donald Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-in will hold talks on North Korea's nuclear crisis on Thursday amid tensions over whether Trump's harsh rhetoric against North Korean leader Kim Jong Un could lead to a miscalculation. Read More »