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The attack started with roadside bombs that destroyed and set ablaze four armored vehicles and a fifth one carrying signal jamming equipment. Among those killed were two police lieutenants. Police said they killed 10 fighters in two simultaneous raids on apartments in a densely populated Cairo neighbourhood. Police said the militants had sneaked into Cairo from the volatile northern Sinai.
  • Hurricane Irma pulls ocean away from Bahamas shore

    Hurricane Irma pulls ocean away from Bahamas shore

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    She called it the hurricane "bulge" - where water is drawn into the centre of the storm and the shape of the ocean is changed. Life-threatening rapid water rise imminent! "As the wind on Long Island was blowing in the northwesterly direction, on that side of the island it would be blowing water away from the shore, added Ms Fritz".
  • Putin to US: Don't play along with North Korea

    Putin to US: Don't play along with North Korea

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    As Seoul takes a harder line against North Korea following Pyongyang's recent nuclear activities, the USA military added new launchers to its controversial missile defense system in South Korea Thursday and dozens of South Korean protesters sustained injuries in clashes with the police.
  • Irma moves over Florida Keys and locally another sunny day

    Irma moves over Florida Keys and locally another sunny day

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    Another great weekend for High School and College football. Some localized flooding is possible as some heavy showers fall across our state throughout the day. As Irma moves closer to our region, we will see more rain showers and we will stay mostly cloudy. Besides widespread damage from the hurricane force winds, storm surge will be a very risky problem on the Gulf side with storm surge from 10 to 15 feet.
  • Hillary: Trump Inaugural a 'Cry From the White Nationalist Gut'

    Hillary: Trump Inaugural a 'Cry From the White Nationalist Gut'

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    She said she plans to stay engaged in politics , however, 'because I literally believe our country's future is at stake'. In a CBS Sunday Morning interview with anchor Jane Pauley (Clinton taped the segment Friday at her NY home ), Clinton looked back at the past 10 months and shared some inside perspective of the campaign against Donald Trump .
  • Desmond Tutu chides Suu Kyi over silence on Burma 'ethnic cleansing'

    Desmond Tutu chides Suu Kyi over silence on Burma 'ethnic cleansing'

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    Although the US has long led the worldwide effort to address human rights abuses and bring democracy to Myanmar , the prospects of Washington leading a new pressure campaign appear slim. After independence Rohingyas who could prove residence for at least two generations were allowed to apply for a form of ID card. After the country gained independence, their migration was considered illegal and they were denied citizenship rights.
  • Social Media Reacts: Mexico struck by record natural disaster

    Social Media Reacts: Mexico struck by record natural disaster

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    The next strongest had occurred in September 1985, when a magnitude 8.0 quake killed an estimated 9,500 people around Mexico City . "The most powerful natural disaster in the history of Mexico , so now in Mexico we are asking to the people around the world for some help", said Ochoa.
  • How Democrats left us vulnerable to North Korea's nukes

    How Democrats left us vulnerable to North Korea's nukes

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    Its sixth nuclear test on Sunday prompted the United States to speak about a "military response" and South Korea to conduct major military exercises. The experts are now analyzing inflow paths of xenon to determine whether the radionuclides came from North Korea. Both China and Russian Federation have condemned North Korea for the latest nuclear test but have adhered to their long-held positions of prioritizing the restart of negotiations, rather than putting too much pressure on ...
  • 'Good brother' Pakistan has 'done its best' to counter terrorism, says China

    'Good brother' Pakistan has 'done its best' to counter terrorism, says China

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    Under mounting global pressure to act against the terror groups, Pakistan on Tuesday rejected a declaration by the BRICS nations, including China , saying there was no "safe haven" for terrorists on its soil. China on Friday came out in support of Pakistan saying some countries have not given credit to Islamabad to battle terrorism. "Pakistan is a good brother and iron friend of China".
  • Gunman arrested at OH high school in USA, none hurt

    Gunman arrested at OH high school in USA, none hurt

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    Columbus police requested people retweet the news that they'd made an arrest, have the gun and that no one was injured. Police were called to the scene at around 8:30 local time on Friday, NBC 4 reported. Columbus City Schools Superintendent Dan Good praised the quick action of the principal, faculty and staff at Scioto as well as authorities. "I trust the teachers and the aides with his life".
  • SC governor gives update on Hurricane Irma preparations

    SC governor gives update on Hurricane Irma preparations

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    Henry McMaster and other state officials participated, no additional evacuations were added to the ones ordered by McMaster for coastal barrier islands. "We worry about that, and that's one reason we're here". Branded gas stations (Exxon, BP, etc.) are not experiencing shortages because they have contracts with the major oil companies, a press release from the governor's office said.