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World Brazil's President Temer survives corruption vote
Author: 0 Brazil's President Temer survives corruption vote

Temer was charged with corruption after a close aide was given $150,000 in cash - part of $12m in bribes prosecutors allege he and the aide were due to receive after intervening in a business deal. Temer , however, has shored up his own teetering coalition with political patronage and support from business interests that back market reforms aimed at strengthening Brazil's tepid recovery from recession.

World Two militants killed in Kashmir's Kulgam
Author: 0 Two militants killed in Kashmir's Kulgam

The two deceased have been identified as Major Kamlesh Pandey and Sepoy Tanzin Chhultim. Meanwhile, sources in Army said that that 4-5 terrorists managed to escape while taking advantage of darkness during the pre-dawn hours. Three Army personnel were injured in the attack. The ongoing bloodbath in Kashmir took the lives of an Army Major, a sepoy and two militants of the Hizbul Mujahideen on Thursday in two separate overnight encounters in volatile south Kashmir.

World Power restored in the Outer Banks, Hatteras visitors allowed back Friday
Author: 0 Power restored in the Outer Banks, Hatteras visitors allowed back Friday

Cooperative Spokeswoman Laura Ertle said a new line that runs overhead is nearing completion. The cooperative says crews have completed the work to build a new, overhead transmission line as a means of fix. Transportation department spokesman Tim Hass says construction workers stuck the steel casing in the ground in a spot where they meant to leave it temporarily.

World Fort Worth woman found dead in Grand Canyon
Author: 0 Fort Worth woman found dead in Grand Canyon

A hiking trip turned tragic for a Fort Worth family with ties to the East Texas area. Beadle's backpack was found near the junction of the trail she was on and the River Trail. Sarah loved traveling with her family and sharing so many wonderful experiences with all of us. I thank you all for your continued prayers and support, ' her husband wrote on Facebook.

World Over 20 Taken To Hospital After Chlorine Leak At Durham YMCA
Author: 0 Over 20 Taken To Hospital After Chlorine Leak At Durham YMCA

Authorities said the chemical was sodium hypochlorite, not chlorine as the Durham Fire Department initially stated. Officials say there was a reaction between the sodium hypochlorite, which is used to clean pools, and sulfuric acid which balances the pH of the water.

World Police reporting more fume issues with Ford Explorer SUVs
Author: 0 Police reporting more fume issues with Ford Explorer SUVs

All of the affected officers have since been released from the hospital. There are more reports of carbon monoxide seeping into Ford vehicles. But NHTSA told Autoweek that "no substantive data or actual evidence" had been obtained "supporting a claim that any of the alleged injury or crash allegations were the result of carbon monoxide poisoning".

World The White House is a dump, President Trump tells golf buddies
Author: 0 The White House is a dump, President Trump tells golf buddies

The rejoinder was aimed squarely at the partisan hacks of Golf Magazine , whose Alan Shipnuck concocted the piece as part of the continued, Soros-backed witch hunt into the President's golf game. But Trump's disdain for the White House and its lack of a lavish ballroom did not end with his presidential campaign. A story that debuted Tuesday on Golf .com (that is also appearing in Sports Illustrated ) about the president's love of the links reported that he told some of his golf ...

World 32 train cars derail in Bedford County; at least 2 are burning
Author: 0 32 train cars derail in Bedford County; at least 2 are burning

Officials say the derailed freight train cars that have been ablaze for almost a day and a half in a small Pennsylvania town will burn themselves out overnight. Doolittle said more CSX workers were on the way to the crash. That accident happening in Bedford County on Hogback Road near the town of Hyndman.

World Australian nurse jailed for paying Cambodians to have surrogate babies
Author: 0 Australian nurse jailed for paying Cambodians to have surrogate babies

Commercial surrogacy previously operated in a legal grey zone in Cambodia as it was not banned outright until October 2016 when it came to the attention of the government. The sentence will begin from when they were arrested in November past year. At a hearing last month, Ms. Davis-Charles had broken down as she described the toll the case had taken on her, saying she had lost 20 kilos and had cancer in her left eye.

World Republicans Determined to Act on Health Care - But How?
Author: 0 Republicans Determined to Act on Health Care - But How?

But now that there is a Republican in the White House their true colors come out. Insurers are also keeping a wary eye on Washington , where President Donald Trump has threatened to cut cost-sharing reductions for health insurance .

World U.S. diplomats evacuate confiscated summerhouse in Moscow
Author: 0 U.S. diplomats evacuate confiscated summerhouse in Moscow

Putin said U.S. -Russian cooperation also has continued in several key areas, pointing to U.S. companies' involvement in energy projects in Russia. It also declared the closure of a USA recreational retreat on the outskirts of Moscow and warehouse facilities.

World U.S. tests ICBM amid latest North Korea provocation
Author: 0 U.S. tests ICBM amid latest North Korea provocation

The Air Force Global Strike Command's missile launch is created to test the weapon system's effectiveness, accuracy and readiness, the Air Force said. However, the latest launches come amid tensions with North Korea as that nation develops its own ICBMs. "There will be a war with North Korea over their missile program if they continue to try to hit America with an ICBM".

World New US sanctions violate nuclear deal: Iran vows for 'proportional reaction'
Author: 0 New US sanctions violate nuclear deal: Iran vows for 'proportional reaction'

The International Atomic energy Agency, as the United Nations watchdog body tasked to monitor Iran's compliance with the terms of the JCPOA, has confirmed six times that Tehran has fully honored its commitments to the deal. "One country stands out for its deliberate, systematic contributions of weapons, training and funding for terrorist groups", Haley said. Simorgh (Phoenix) rocket, which Iran launched into space on July 27.

World SC rejects Congress plea, Gujarat RS polls to be held with NOTA
Author: 0 SC rejects Congress plea, Gujarat RS polls to be held with NOTA

In the wake of the Income tax department conducting raids at Karnataka Minister DK Shivakumar's residence where 44 Congress MLAs are holed up, former law minister Kapil Sibal on Wednesday said that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) wants no one on the Opposition benches.

World USA bans travel to North Korea from September 1
Author: 0 USA bans travel to North Korea from September 1

And while Beijing has cut substantial economic ties in recent months with its neighbor, China believes the only way to solve the North Korean crisis is through diplomacy. "We do not seek an accelerated reunification of the peninsula", he promised. "We do not seek an excuse to send our military north of the 38th parallel", Tillerson said.

World U.S. travel ban on N. Korea to take effect September 1
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White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was asked what Donald Trump's stance was on North Korea after a Republican senator, Lindsay Graham, said the United States president was willing to go to war. "And we hope that at some point they will begin to understand that". However, Mr Tillerson took a more diplomatic approach, saying that " only the North Koreans are to blame for this situation ".

Author: 0 Rohani Sworn In For Second Term

Rouhani, a 68-year-old moderate who has faced fierce criticism from conservatives for his efforts to rebuild ties with the West, issued a call for unity. to protect the religious democracy and our people's votes", Rouhani said in a speech at the ceremony. Leader of the Islamic Revolution Imam Sayyed Ali Khamenei urged the Iranian administration to show strength and resolve in the face of hegemonic powers, the United States in particular.

World 'Wannacry' ransomware hero arrested in US
Author: 0 'Wannacry' ransomware hero arrested in US

According to Motherboard , Hutchins was detained by the country's authorities. Marcus Hutchins who goes by the handle of MalwareTechBlog on Twitter and is a researcher from a cybersecurity firm Kryptos Logic, stopped WannaCry attack by registering a website domain that was included in the ransomware's code.

World Chick-fil-A restaurant trashed during argument
Author: 0 Chick-fil-A restaurant trashed during argument

The witness said the woman came in after two teen boys were arguing with management. Facebook user Allison Music witnessed the event, and subsequently posted about it commenting she was waiting for the meal she ordered " a good 15 or 20 mins", when she saw a teenage boy arguing about his order with the Chick-fil-a staff.

World Flash Flood warning issued for Imperial County
Author: 0 Flash Flood warning issued for Imperial County

NWS says flash flooding is expected to begin shortly and that some of the locations that will experience flooding include Genesee. "Drivers could be washed off the road", Andrew Rorke with the National Weather Service says. Strong winds, rain and street flooding swept across Riverside and San Bernardino counties Tuesday afternoon, and The U.S. Open of Surfing in Huntington Beach sent thousands of fans home early due to fears of lightning strikes.