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World We are fully with you | Group holds rally in support of Buhari
Author: 0 We are fully with you | Group holds rally in support of Buhari

The group displayed placards bearing messages like, Buhari, Osinbajo, we are fully with you ", "Our president is recuperating, Nigeria is moving forward. According to the group, what the President needed to do which is stipulated in the constitution was to transmit power to the Vice President through a letter to the National Assembly, which President Buhari already did before leaving for the UK.

World Sachem East High School Football Player Dies in Training Drill
Author: 0 Sachem East High School Football Player Dies in Training Drill

A NY high school student died Thursday after a log fell on his head during a drill at an off-season football practice, police said. The athletes were participating in a strength and conditioning camp for football players at the school when the accident occurred.

World Trump should accept not suppress a sweeping report on climate change
Author: 0 Trump should accept not suppress a sweeping report on climate change

But many in the science community point to the president's decision to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement and his skepticism of climate studies as reason to worry. Miyagishima also said the City has reduced carbon emissions in its vehicle fleet by 18% over the last five years through reduced fuel consumption, and is investing in hybrid vehicles.

World Trump Plans to Declare Opioid Epidemic a National Emergency
Author: 0 Trump Plans to Declare Opioid Epidemic a National Emergency

Trump told reporters at his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey. HHS Secretary Tom Price said after briefing the president that such emergencies were typically reserved for more discrete or time-limited crises, and that the administration did not need to formally declare an emergency to take action, including the steps that Christie had suggested.

Author: 0 Federal Judge Revives Search for More Clinton Benghazi Emails

Judicial Watch argued the State Department did not search properly for Clinton's emails because it only conducted searches on external sources. The assault on the US diplomatic compound on September 11, 2012 and its CIA Annex the next day resulted in a public relations controversy for Clinton and National Security Advisor Susan Rice after evidence challenged their initial claims that the attack was not premeditated, but a spontaneous reaction to an anti-Muslim video.

World Chelsea Manning talks prison, living as trans and dating in 'Vogue'
Author: 0 Chelsea Manning talks prison, living as trans and dating in 'Vogue'

Since her release, Manning has spoken candidly about her life, including her decision to leak the classified records and her transition. Manning was convicted on over 22 criminal counts for leaking classified documents to Wikileaks, which then published the information about the USA military and their strikes in Afghanistan and Iraq.

World Will Trump Choke China Banks?
Author: 0 Will Trump Choke China Banks?

Kim Jong Un's regime said it will "make the USA pay dearly for all the heinous crime it commits against the state and people of this country", the Korean Central News Agency reported on Monday. colleagues were ready to continue dialogue, despite tensions over new sanctions on Moscow. South Korean Minister of Foreign Affairs Kang Kyung-wha held a press conference at a hotel in downtown Manila that morning to discuss the forum's outcome prior to its closing ceremony later that day.

Author: 0 There's more to Guam than USA military bases, residents say

Logan, a Pentagon spokesman, said when asked about the military's posture on Guam. On a tiny island in the western Pacific, about 7,000 USA military personnel and their families are in the middle of the increasingly tense confrontation with North Korea.

World Aid groups say Yemen airport closure hinders aid, traps patients
Author: 0 Aid groups say Yemen airport closure hinders aid, traps patients

Over the past two years, the number of people in need of life-saving healthcare has increased to almost 20,000 due to the ongoing conflict, the group noted. Riyadh and its allies have been blocking aid delivery to Yemen. "The official closure of Sanaa airport, one year ago today, effectively traps millions of Yemeni people and serves to prevent the free movement of commercial and humanitarian goods", the statement signed by groups including the International Rescue Committee and the ...

World Botswana's Makwala qualifies for 200m semis
Author: 0 Botswana's Makwala qualifies for 200m semis

It didn't prevent the 30-year-old from turning up at the warm-up track only to be turned away. The world's fastest runner over 200m this year, and seen as a leading contender in both events, had insisted he was fit enough to race despite vomiting on Monday.

Author: 0 God's OK with U.S. bombing North Korea

Meanwhile, North Korea's military has issued a number of statements openly defying President Trump's threats of " fire and fury like the world has never seen". Both the United States and North Korea, although having completely different political systems, are banking on the same nationalist energy while taking each other in the latest crisis.

World CNN fires Jeffrey Lord over what it calls a 'Nazi salute'
Author: 0 CNN fires Jeffrey Lord over what it calls a 'Nazi salute'

Jeffrey Lord , a historian and American Spectator columnist, had said "Sieg Heil!" during a heated Twitter discussion, already thick with fascism and Nazi accusations, at Angelo Carusone , president of the left-wing press watchdog Media Matters for America.

World Turkey detains Russian 'planning drone attack on U.S. warplane'
Author: 0 Turkey detains Russian 'planning drone attack on U.S. warplane'

A suspected Islamic State militant has been arrested in Turkey accused of planning an attack on a USA military jet at a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation air base, local news reports. A statement from police claims Bakiev was affiliated with ISIS and had previously travelled to Syria. Police said he tried to crowdfund £600 for the drone from ISIS fanatics using the messaging app Telegram.

World Trump thanks Putin for kicking out diplomats
Author: 0 Trump thanks Putin for kicking out diplomats

At the time, the US State Department said the move was a "regrettable and uncalled for act". Mr. Trump's comment was in keeping with his practice of not criticizing President Vladimir V. Putin, reacting to new sanctions imposed by the U.S. Congress, on July 30 ordered Washington to cut 755 of its 1,200 embassy and consulate staff by September.

World Man in custody after police chase, standoff shuts freeway
Author: 0 Man in custody after police chase, standoff shuts freeway

Mike Shaw told WWJ. Michigan State Police are asking residents in the area of I-75 and Gaynier in Monroe County to stay off their roofs. They did a welfare check and found him in a vehicle in Pontiac. He fled and led them on a chase south on I-75. The man was streaming the incident on Facebook Live. Deputies terminated the pursuit near University Dr.in Auburn Hills and issued a BOL.

World Federal Report Warns Of Climate Change Dangers, Now Awaits Trump Administration Approval
Author: 0 Federal Report Warns Of Climate Change Dangers, Now Awaits Trump Administration Approval

The congressionally mandated report , produced by 13 federal agencies, summarizes climate science for the upcoming National Climate Assessment , which is done every four years. It notes, with "very high" confidence, that the severity and frequency of hot days has increased since the 1960s, while the number and severity of colder-than-average nights has fallen.

Author: 0 Why North Korea and the USA won't go to war (probably)

Pacific territory. But global alarm escalated as President Donald Trump dug in on threats of military action. Pyongyang doubled down on its threats to launch missiles at Guam early on Thursday, announcing a potential plan on state media for the "simultaneous fire of four Hwasong-12 (rockets)".

Author: 0 Beijing claims USA destroyer violated China's sovereignty & security

The Chinese government urges the United States to immediately stop provocative activities in the South China Sea, which impede bilateral relations and mutual trust between the armed forces of the two countries, the Chinese Defense Ministry said in a statement Thursday.

World North Korea details plan to fire missile salvo toward Guam
Author: 0 North Korea details plan to fire missile salvo toward Guam

North Korea has announced a detailed plan to launch a salvo of ballistic missiles toward the U.S. Pacific territory of Guam, a major military hub and home to U.S. One third of the island is owned by the USA military. Like other Guam residents, Ms. Sokala has been inundated with text messages from friends on the "mainland" - islanders' term for the continental USA - asking how she was doing.

Author: 0 #EndorseThis: Colbert Calmly Predicts, "We're All Gonna Die"

On "The Late Show " Tuesday, Colbert explained the sanctions placed on the insular North Korea - which were approved by 15 U.N. member nations and spearheaded by the U.S. There were a few things on Colbert's laundry list that he wanted the North Korean dictator to know, though. Watch Colbert compare U.S. "He certainly shouldn't doubt the will of the United State".

World New Orleans cleans up from massive flood; city admits pumps were down
Author: 0 New Orleans cleans up from massive flood; city admits pumps were down

New Orleans could receive 2 inches of rain over the next three days, which could lead to flooding, depending on how fast and hard it falls, CNN meteorologists predict. Some schools closed in "an abundance of caution" after Mayor Mitch Landrieu announced that one of five turbines that help power "a majority" of the city's oldest and most powerful drainage pumps was damaged overnight in a fire.

World More than Half of Republicans are Okay with Postponing the 2020 Election
Author: 0 More than Half of Republicans are Okay with Postponing the 2020 Election

It's a well-known if somewhat scandalous fact that Donald Trump has on multiple occasions asserted without evidence that "millions" of illegal votes by undocumented immigrants gave Hillary Clinton her popular-vote win in 2016. If Trump and congressional Republicans proposed postponing the election to ensure only eligible citizens could vote, support from Republicans rises to 56 percent .

Author: 0 Tech companies lead broad slide in USA stocks; oil rises

For years, North Korea has claimed Guam is within its missiles' striking distance, making furious statements each time when the US flew powerful bombers from the island's air base to the Korean Peninsula. While both firms reported strong quarterly revenue gains, they were more cautious about growth prospects ahead. About 6.22 billion shares changed hands on United States stock exchanges, slightly above the 6.15 billion average for the last 20 sessions.