• Met Office updates yellow weather warning as Storm Callum approaches

    Met Office updates yellow weather warning as Storm Callum approaches

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    Gary White, Natural Resources Wales duty tactical manager, said: "The current forecast rain could cause flooding this week, especially in south and west Wales, and we are urging people to prepare themselves". The road is closed. But there had been no confirmation was open again by 10.30am. There are also reports of a fallen tree at the Milltown Road, Belfast.
  • 300,000 without power as Storm Leslie hits Portugal

    300,000 without power as Storm Leslie hits Portugal

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    Winds are expected to be near hurricane force in Portugal. Now a Category 1 hurricane, Leslie is expected to weaken slightly as it moves east on Saturday, the U.S. More than 15,000 homes were reported to be without power, while several flights to and from Lisbon were cancelled. This is how the Lisbon coastline looked hours before Leslie made landfall.
  • Flight hits compound wall at take-off, all passengers safe

    Flight hits compound wall at take-off, all passengers safe

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    The aircraft was en route over the Arabian sea about 900km west of Mumbai, in the Muscat airspace, when it was finally diverted. Air India removed the pilots from duty pending the investigation. Realising the trouble and danger, the ATC alerted the Air Indian Express authorities and the Mumbai Airport. AI express has informed DGCA about the incident.
  • IMF's Lagarde warns trade, currency wars could be detrimental for growth

    IMF's Lagarde warns trade, currency wars could be detrimental for growth

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    U.S. President Donald Trump, right, chats with Chinese President Xi Jinping during a welcome ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, Nov. Both figures would mark the slowest rate of Chinese expansion since 1990, when its growth rate was slashed in the aftermath of the violent suppression of pro-democracy protests.
  • Stealth Fighter Jet Grounded Globally After First-Ever Crash

    Stealth Fighter Jet Grounded Globally After First-Ever Crash

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    Christopher Harrison, a U.S. Marine Corps spokesman. All three services have stopped flying the F-35 while fuel tubes in the aircraft are inspected and replaced if necessary. The Defense Department has temporarily grounded all of its 245 F-35 fighter jets for inspection of a potentially faulty engine part in the wake of last month's crash in SC.
  • Storm Callum to BATTER Glasgow with heavy rain and strong winds

    Storm Callum to BATTER Glasgow with heavy rain and strong winds

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    South Wales will get up to a month's worth of rain on Friday and Saturday, and double that in high and exposed locations. Pembrokeshire County Council is also warning residents to be aware of the potential for danger and disruption. Expect the unexpected. Watch out for falling/fallen debris on the road and vehicles veering across the road. Callum is the third named storm of the 2018/19 season, following Ali and Bronagh which both camer in September.
  • Japan offers to host second US-North Korea summit

    Japan offers to host second US-North Korea summit

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    A diplomatic source in Washington said, "Pompeo was informed of the terms to be agreed on during the inter-Korean summit and became very angry that he was not consulted in advance on issues that could have a major impact on the U.S". The sanctions severed all trade and investment ties with North Korea. Site highlights each day to your inbox. The U.N. had increased its sanctions against North Korea after dictator Kim Jong Un had increased his nuclear missile tests in 2016.
  • Investigative journalist found raped and murdered in Bulgaria

    Investigative journalist found raped and murdered in Bulgaria

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    Kuciak's murder came several months after one of Malta's best-known investigative journalists, Caruana Galizia , 53, was killed when a bomb blew up her vehicle. She is the third journalist to be murdered in Europe in the past 12 months after Jan Kuciak in Slovakia in February and Daphne Caruana Galizia in Malta in October 2017.
  • First lady Melania Trump criticised for 'colonial' hat choice in Kenya

    First lady Melania Trump criticised for 'colonial' hat choice in Kenya

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    However, she declined to say if she believed the accusations. "She got to know first-hand the people of Africa, and they loved and respected her everywhere she went". "Melania told me all about her trip in great detail and I'm so proud of the job she's doing on behalf of children everywhere, "Trump said". He listened sometimes, and sometimes did not, she said.
  • South African finance minister Nene resigns over Gupta scandal

    South African finance minister Nene resigns over Gupta scandal

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    South African Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene resigned on Tuesday after admitting that he met members of the powerful Gupta family, which is accused of corruption, BBC reported. Asked repeatedly whether Nene still enjoyed his confidence and what the future might hold for the embattled finance minister, Ramaphosa made light of the questions and pretended there was something wrong with his hearing.
  • Rosenstein And I 'Have A Good Relationship'

    Rosenstein And I 'Have A Good Relationship'

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    His comments were a reprise of a vow made previous year to bring federal help to fight Chicago's crime. Watch the clip above, courtesy of Fox News. And I've never seen it more than over the last few years. The criminal aliens to whom Trump referred include, as he said, "thousands of vicious gang members" and " MS 13 predators".
  • Cuomo: Limo in crash that killed 20 failed inspection last month

    Cuomo: Limo in crash that killed 20 failed inspection last month

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    But state police say they seized four Prestige cars, including the one that crashed . The sisters-Amy Steenburg, Abigail Jackson, Mary Dyson and Allison King-had all been riding in the same stretch limo on their way to celebrate Amy Steenburg's 30th birthday at an Cooperstown, New York brewery, along with three of the sisters' husbands Axel Steenburg, Adam Jackson and Rob Dyson.
  • Tusk: Brexit deal could be signed this year

    Tusk: Brexit deal could be signed this year

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    Diplomats have suggested the leaders could talk through the night and approve the outlines of an agreement while they are still in Brussels for the broader 18 October talks. Officials in Brussels expect a fresh proposal from Britain on the Irish Border after an earlier London paper was rejected by European Union leaders.
  • Magnitude 5.9 quake hits northern Haiti

    Magnitude 5.9 quake hits northern Haiti

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    A local government representative said 152 people were injured in Port-de-Paix, and the most seriously hurt were taken by air ambulance to the capital Port-au-Prince for treatment. The full extent of the damage was not clear though in parts of Port-de-Paix residents tried to go about their business normally on Sunday. The Cuban ambassador to Haiti, Luis Castillo, confirmed to Prensa Latina that the embassy went undamaged.
  • China mum on Interpol chief Meng Hongwei's disappearance

    China mum on Interpol chief Meng Hongwei's disappearance

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    Far from being a Hollywood-style agency with agents toting weapons across the globe, Interpol is low-profile and discreet about its cases, unless it wants to talk. China has not commented officially on Meng's disappearance and there was no mention of him in official media on Saturday. The Interpol headquarters are based in Lyon.
  • Pakistan's anti-graft body arrests opposition leader

    Pakistan's anti-graft body arrests opposition leader

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    The hearing Saturday was originally scheduled to take place inside the judge's chamber, but was later moved to an open court following PML-N lawyers' protest. They were holding placards and banners inscribed with slogans against the arrest of party president Shahbaz Sharif. He claimed that the national exchequer had not suffered the loss of "even a single penny" in the case in which Shahbaz was arrested today.
  • Toddler shreds over $1,000 in cash after finding parents' stash

    Toddler shreds over $1,000 in cash after finding parents' stash

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    They had withdrawn the cash to pay back a family member for the tickets and placed the money in an envelope. The envelope of money was ready to go, but it disappeared over the weekend. "We were just baffled that this could happen". "I cried for a minute". "Leo had no idea he did anything wrong", said Jackee, "It felt unfair to get mad and he probably doesn't even know what cash is as we use our credit card for nearly everything".
  • Sulawesi: Soldiers Ordered to Fire on Looters

    Sulawesi: Soldiers Ordered to Fire on Looters

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    The 7.5 magnitude quake and a massive tsunami that followed killed more than 1,500 people, with scores more believed buried in deep mud and under debris of collapsed buildings and homes. Governments from Australia to Britain are flying in supplies, the United Nations has pledged $15 million to the relief effort, and aid groups including Save the Children and the Red Cross are also on the ground.
  • Korea Hopeful About Pompeo's Pyongyang Visit

    Korea Hopeful About Pompeo's Pyongyang Visit

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    Nuclear diplomacy later stalled due to suspicions over how honest North Korea is about its disarmament pledge, but U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is to visit Pyongyang this month to set up a second summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.