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Parsons Green: 18-Year-Old Charged With Attempted Murder

Ahmed Hassan was accused of planting the bomb at Parsons Green station on September 15. The teenager has been in custody since he was arrested in the port town of Dover in Kent last Saturday, in a joint operation by Kent Police and Scotland Yard.

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Iran unveils new long-range ballistic missile

In February, Iran test-fired the same medium-range type of missile, prompting Trump to say that the United States is "putting Iran on notice". The U.S. She added: "History and the experience of other rogue states such as North Korea has also shown the Iranian government that it is only from a position of strength that regimes such as Iran's can be protected".

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Kim calls Trump 'deranged', may consider H-bomb test in Pacific

The rhetorical battle came as outside experts say North Korea is getting closer to achieve its long-stated goal of building nuclear-armed missiles capable of hitting anywhere on the U.S. North Korea was one of the top issues dominating the agenda at the UN General Assembly in NY, where several speakers called for a de-escalation of tensions.

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Florida Sets Emergency Generator Rules for Nursing Homes

Spokeswoman for the Florida Division of Historical Resources, Sarah Revell, said radiocarbon dating will determine more specific details about the 15-foot-long boat - which holds distinctive features. Elected officials, community members, and nursing home and assisted living facility representatives are pulling together to discuss change. Thank you all for sharing and liking! "They're our citizens.

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The Latest GOP Health-Care Scheme Fulfills an Old Conservative Dream

Because the Graham-Cassidy plan has no Democratic support, Republicans have only until September 30 to push it through the Senate before rules expire that allow it to be passed with 50 senators plus Vice President Mike Pence's tiebreaking vote.

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GM Faces Strike Deadline in Canada

Dias said GM's refusal to commit long term to the plant is a decision that stems directly from the North American Free Trade Agreement. A week ago, 99.8% of members in the Unifor labor union's local 88 voted to authorize a strike if a deal could not be struck by the Sunday expiration date.

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Lineman injured while working on power outages in Ga

The company announced that as of 10 p.m. on Thursday power had been restored to 920,000 customers throughout the state with an approximate 75,000 customers left to go. Spokeswoman Vicki Jolley said crews expected the vast majority customers still without power Friday morning would have electricity restored by Friday night , though outages in the more remote areas could extend into the weekend.

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Here's What Trump And Clinton Voters Watch

He also retweeted a modified gif of himself on the course hitting a golf ball that strikes Hillary Clinton on the back and causes her to stumble up the steps into a plane. Mr Trump attacked Mrs Clinton directly on Wednesday in a series of posts on the social media site. Trump's retweeting spree also came on the heels of a week during which he drew criticism from pockets of his political base as he signaled he was close to a deal with Democrats to protect undocumented immigrants who ...

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United Nations Security Council condemns highly provocative North Korea missile launch

North Korea has launched dozens of missiles under Kim Jong Un's leadership to accelerate a weapons programme created to give it the ability to target the United States with a powerful, nuclear-tipped missile. President Donald Trump will take his "America First" message to the United Nations next week and seek support for tough measures against North Korea despite his skepticism about the value of global groups like the 193-member body.

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California affordable housing bills clear Assembly

The California Values Act at first would have prohibited state and local law enforcement agencies from using any resources to hold, question or share information about people with federal immigration agents, unless they had violent or serious criminal convictions.

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Jennifer Garner cries over 'Hamilton' after dental anesthesia

But for Alias actress, Jennifer Garner , it happened in the front-seat of a auto, post-dental surgery, high from anesthetic and painkillers and feeling deeply for the hit Broadway musical Hamilton . The 13 Going on 30 star can be seen calling a friend to gush about a song from Broadway show Hamilton she heard while in the dentists chair. Thanks to a post the Hollywood actress made on her Instagram account , we've been treated to a video of the star under the inflence of some ...

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XI beat Pakistan by 7 wickets in 2nd T-20

In reply the World XI got off to a disastrous start, losing five wickets inside the tenth over with 67 runs in the board. He scored 20 runs off 14 deliveries, hitting two sixes before being caught by Shadab Khan off Muhammad Nawaz. Malik hit two sixes in the last over before holing out off the last delivery of the innings. In the first match of Independence Cup, he leaked as many as 51 runs and then scored a mere 17 in a pursuit of colossal total.

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Russian submarines fire seven cruise missiles at Isis militants

American-backed Syrian Democratic Forces are also fighting near the city, advancing from the north bank of the Euphrates river, while Assad's forces move in from the south. The U.S. -led coalition struck the road the convoy was traveling on, but said that it did not strike the convoy itself because civilians were present on board.

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Almost a million Tampa Bay residents still without power after Irma

Most outages were still in FPL's service area in the southern and eastern parts of Florida. The total number of customers, representing about 12 million people, dipped from a peak of more than 7.4 million customers, or about 15 million people, late on Monday.

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Erdogan dismisses North Atlantic Treaty Organisation concerns overs Russian Federation defence system deal

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday indicated that Turkey went ahead with the purchase of Russia's S-400 missile system because it was exhausted of waiting for another supplier. "A North Atlantic Treaty Organisation interoperable missile defense system remains the best option to defend Turkey from the full range of threats in its region", spokesman Johnny Michael said in a statement.

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Olive Garden Has A New 'Pasta Passport' And Yes, It Involves Travel

Olive Garden plans to offer more than 22,000 Never Ending Pasta Passes . For $100, the pasta passes provide eight weeks of unlimited pasta, soup or salad, and breadsticks. The 50 Pasta Passports go on sale at 11 a.m. PST on Thursday, September 14th and we're sure they'll be snatched up quickly. Plus, this year, 50 customers will also have the chance to buy a " Pasta Passport to Italy ".

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Crude Oil Price Ticks Up Following EIA Inventory Report

According to the report, the value of Iranian heavy crude was further lifted buoyed again by an uplift in OSP offsets and supported by healthy global sour markets. Energy Information Administration provide oil pricing and supply forecasts through 2018 but offer little information regarding the impact of two major hurricanes that hit the U.S.

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Crude Oil Market Higher on Hurricane Impact

The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) raised the forecast for the volume of world oil demand in 2017 by 280,000 barrels per day - up to 96.77 million barrels, according to the OPEC updated report. "There is also a lot of talk about whether OPEC is going to extend its deal or not and the market is weighing a lot of outcomes". "As showed by the Reuters poll, the range of expectations is quite wide.a lot of volatility past the release is possible", said Harry ...

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

Dozens have drowned in river crossings. "The Rohingya are a stateless Muslim minority in Myanmar who have faced discrimination and extreme poverty for decades", said Khan. She said she wasn't aware if Trump has spoken to Suu Kyi since becoming president. She is known for a regal bearing that borders on haughty, but her powers are sharply limited.

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Abe, Moon agree on greater pressure against North Korea

A White House readout from his phone call yesterday with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe explicitly declared that the USA stood ready to use "the full range of diplomatic, conventional and nuclear capabilities at our disposal". Moon Jae-in, who postured as a THAAD opponent during his election campaign, ordered the full deployment in late July after North Korea tested a long-range Hwaseong-14 ballistic missile.

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Setback in fighting campus sexual assaults

In a devastating setback for survivors of sexual assault on campus, Education Secretary Betsy Devos said Thursday she meant to roll back an Obama era guidance that had ordered colleges and universities to treat sexual assaults more seriously.

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United States calls for UNSC meet over North Korea draft resolution

China and Russian Federation expressed a desire to focus on coaxing Kim into negotiations, although China's top diplomat, Foreign Minister Wang Yi , said he agreed it is necessary to impose further sanctions on North Korea. South Korean officials have said they are bracing for a possible further missile test by North Korea when it marks its founding anniversary on September 9.

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US Get Ready! Another Missile from North Korea on the Way?

But Pyongyang also likes to add dramatic gestures against imperialism, particularly ones that showcase its military might. China , which is the North's biggest diplomatic and economic supporter, is seen as key to efforts to convince Pyongyang to abandon its weapons programme.

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Hurricane Katia bears down on quake-rattled Mexico

The country has been dealing with the arrival of the Gulf coast hurricane while parts of it are already in ruins following a magnitude 8.1 quake. Katia was initially measured as a Category 1 storm with 75 miles per hour winds - far less powerful than Irma , which is quickly approaching Florida, and Jose which remains farther out in the Atlantic Ocean.

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Were You On This Delta Plane That Flew Into Hurricane Irma?

This Delta flight raced a hurricane and made it out apparently unscathed, an wonderful feat thrilling for those with online flight trackers, and likely more nerve wracking for those with their seatbelts fastened, tray tables stowed and seats in the upright and locked position.

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China Lodges Protest Over Full THAAD Deployment

They harshly criticized the Moon Jae-in government as the remaining THAAD elements were transported Thursday morning to the site after violently suppressing anti-THAAD civilians. assessment that any pre-emptive strike would unleash massive North Korean retaliation. "But I can tell you North Korea is behaving badly and it's got to stop".

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Prince George arrives for his first day of school

Prince George melted hearts around the world on his first day of school . George's smart new uniform consists of navy Bermuda shorts, a v-neck jumper with a red stripe, and light blue shirt underneath, finished off with a pair of black loafers.

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Arrested After Missing Alexandria Teen Found

Thomas Barker , 32, Joshua Holby , 31, both of Carlos, Minnesota and 20-year-old Steven Powers of Mankato are all facing kidnapping , false imprisonment and assault charges. On the way, Chief Wyffels says Block recognized one of the vehicles and men involved. He said Jasmine lost her trousers and shoe when she was swimming across the lake.

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Internet cringes at revelation Ivanka Tump calls her father 'Daddy'

But the first daughter walked into the Oval Office to talk specifically about the child tax credit, a key priority in her White House portfolio. "'Oh my gosh, Ivanka's here!'" Powers added, sarcastically. The petition noted that Ivanka trump did not fulfill his promise to persuade his father to participate actively in events on the issue of climate change in the world.

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Trump ignores Republicans on Democrats' debt limit and Harvey funds plan

Democrats insisted on a three-month increase, only to be joined by Trump. The remarkable turn of events left Republican congressional leaders, in control of both chambers of the legislative branch, "shell-shocked" and "visibly annoyed", and showcased how a President who also authored "The Art of the Deal" actually cuts one.

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USA military options on North Korea 'very ugly'

The United States has warned that any threat from North Korea would be met with "a massive military response" as the nuclear state claimed to have successfully tested a hydrogen bomb. North Korea's traditional ally China also denounced the test, slamming Pyongyang for ignoring worldwide condemnation of its atomic weapons program.

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Tropical Storm Jose forms over the open Atlantic

As of 11 a.m. Tuesday, Jose was a minimal tropical storm, with maximum sustained winds of 40 miles per hour with higher gusts. The storm is moving at 14 mph with 150 mph sustained winds and gusts up to 180 mph. A watch is typically issued 48 hours before the anticipated first occurrence of tropical-storm-force winds, conditions that make outside preparations hard or unsafe.

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Ezekiel Elliott Suspension Could Be Reduced

But Roberts's recommendation was not included in the NFL's final report on the situation, and according to what a source told the Star-Telegram about today's testimony, she was barred from a meeting with commissioner Robert Goodell to discuss the league's discipline of Elliott.

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Cowboys specialist Tim Zaleski whiffs on punt attempt

Iowa scored a touchdown with 22 seconds remaining, giving it a 14-3 halftime lead. Allen and the University of Wyoming offense had a much different look during a 24-3 loss at Iowa in front of 68,075 at Kinnick Stadium on Saturday - and it wasn't a good look.

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Cambodian opposition leader arrested for treason

Sokha was arrested during a pre-dawn raid on his Phnom Penh home on Sunday for allegedly secretly planning against the government with the backing of the United States. Hun Sen, 65, is a former Khmer Rouge soldier who switched sides before it was driven out. "This is the political strategy for democratic countries, that's what they do".

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Johnson outshines Spieth and McIlroy at TPC Boston

He is No.5 in the points standings, already assured of going the distance and now has a very clear goal over the next few weeks - the $US10 million ($A13 million) bonus that comes from winning the season-long FedEx Cup . The 29-year-old journeyman is trying to cap a resurgent 2017 season, led by his first win since 2012 in the Quicken Loans National back in July, with a surprise charge toward the playoff title.

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Modi Ministry Reshuffle: 'P & N' Formula May Decide Fate of Ministers

BJP sources said Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatreya too has been asked to put in his papers. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley , who was also heading the Defence Ministry following the resignation of Manohar Parrikar, is likely to be relieved of his additional charge.

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India's growth rate slows as new sales tax confuses firms

In the earlier quarter, the rate of GDP was 6.1 percent. It fell to 29.8 per cent of the GDP (in 2011-12 prices) from 31 per cent in the same quarter previous year, indicating that companies had not added capacity lines due to muted demand.

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Rohingya women, children die in desperate boat escape from Myanmar

There have also been reports of innocent civilians being killed and injured amid the ongoing violence and of villages being burned down. Pictures that emerged from the tragedy showed bodies of women and children, still dressed, lined up in rows and partially covered by black tarpaulin.

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U.S. says Russian relationship in 'downward spiral'

The tit-for-tat action came after Russian President Vladimir Putin in July ordered the United States to reduce the number of diplomatic personnel in Russia by 755, in response to us sanctions on Russia over its alleged intervention in the 2016 USA presidential election.