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World Iran's President To Address UN Amid Debate Over Nuclear Deal
Author: 0 Iran's President To Address UN Amid Debate Over Nuclear Deal

The White House has yet to publicly announce a decision on what it will do, while a vocal campaign - including by top former Obama administration officials - has been calling on the president to stay in the deal. The Trump administration is now reviewing USA policy towards Iran, including the national security implications of the lifting of sanctions under the JCPOA.

World North: N. Korea Preparing Another Nuke Test
Author: 0 North: N. Korea Preparing Another Nuke Test

Juche is the North's ruling ideology that mixes Marxism and an extreme form of go-it-alone nationalism preached by state founder Kim Il Sung, the grandfather of the current leader, Kim Jong Un. According to a Washington Post report , North Korea, which claimed it nuclear test is of Hydrogen bomb, was powerful enough to sink the 85-acre mountain area under which the nuclear was detonated.

Author: 0 UN Sanctions North Korea After Latest Nuclear Test

North Korea on Wednesday also unleashed its nearly-daily series of bombastic threats against South Korea and the USA, the latest missive coming two days after the United Nations Security Council unanimously approved fresh sanctions against Pyongyang .

World ESPN accepts Jemele Hill's apology for tweets about Donald Trump
Author: 0 ESPN accepts Jemele Hill's apology for tweets about Donald Trump

Earlier on Wednesday, Trump's press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders kept Hill's comments in the national spotlight . Sanders said she did not know if Trump was aware of Hill's comments . Many users expressed shock at the idea of the White House encouraging ESPN to fire someone for criticizing the president. The briefing room exchange came two days after Hill went on a tweetstorm about Trump.

World Priyanka slammed over Sikkim 'insurgency' comment, apologises
Author: 0 Priyanka slammed over Sikkim 'insurgency' comment, apologises

People objected to her description of Sikkim as insurgency-hit, and of Pahuna as the "first film" to come out of the state - neither of which is true. Sikkim MP Prem Das Rai said her comment was a mistake and there was no need to sensationalise the issue. "We should bury this issue". I was talking about the Sikkimese film industry and also the subject of the film, where I mentioned how Sikkim was grappling with the refugee situation caused by insurgencies.

World Gurugram student murder: Protests turn violent, police resort to
Author: 0 Gurugram student murder: Protests turn violent, police resort to

The doctors have reportedly said that there were no signs of sexually assault and that the boy died of excessive bleeding. The school's bus conductor was nabbed on Friday after the body of seven-year-old student was found inside the toilet of the high-profile school, with his throat slit, following which the school's principal was suspended.

World Monster 'fatberg' found blocking east London sewer
Author: 0 Monster 'fatberg' found blocking east London sewer

In 2013, Thames Water found a bus-size fatberg in a sewer in Kingston. Alex Saunders is a Waste Network Manager for Thames Water. Keep calm and carry on: A utilities worker suits up in preparation for some rather uncomfortable sewer work.

World Clinton: I Was 'Dumbfounded' By Comey's Intervention
Author: 0 Clinton: I Was 'Dumbfounded' By Comey's Intervention

Jonathan Allen, one of the co-authors of the Clinton campaign tell-all "Shattered", said Clinton writes about taking responsibility and her weaknesses as a candidate, but the underlying theme of her book is that she lost the election primarily because of Comey and Vladimir Putin.

World Legal hurdles prevent seizure of Dawood Ibrahim properties
Author: 0 Legal hurdles prevent seizure of Dawood Ibrahim properties

The assets belonging to the India's most wanted terrorist, Dawood Ibrahim, has been seized by the UK Government. The wanted gangster , who is accused of masterminding the 1993 serial blasts in Mumbai, was named in the UK Treasury Department's latest Consolidated List of Financial Sanctions Targets.

World Security review at Prince George's school after woman arrested
Author: 0 Security review at Prince George's school after woman arrested

A Met spokesperson said officers had "attended immediately after the issue came to light". 'We don't know precisely what the security arrangements are for the four-year-old Prince but I think it would be surprising if there wasn't some sort of police presence at the school whenever he is there, ' said Sky's crime correspondent Martin Brunt.

World Local utility crews send more help for Irma damage
Author: 0 Local utility crews send more help for Irma damage

Typically, power companies close to an event respond. But a news release late Tuesday afternoon said a portion of its service area that includes Pinellas and Pasco counties is expected to be restored by the end of Friday. "We will be restoring power day and night". Overall, FPL reported that 2.66 million, or 54 percent, of its almost 5 million home and business customers remained without power.

World Senators introduce Graham-Cassidy-Heller-Johnson
Author: 0 Senators introduce Graham-Cassidy-Heller-Johnson

A number of Senate Republicans have expressed skepticism about the Graham-Cassidy-Heller-Johnson proposal, most suggesting the crunching deadline made passage unlikely and that the party has moved on to other priorities, including tax reform.

World Pennsylvania uninsured rate 5.6 percent, a new low, state says
Author: 0 Pennsylvania uninsured rate 5.6 percent, a new low, state says

Over the past week, ACA plan navigators , who help people connect with ACA plans, said they are ending or cutting back services because the HHS hasn't given them contracts and the federal government hasn't allocated funding to pay them for this year's open enrollment period, which starts on November 1.

World Abe arrives on two-day Gujarat visit today
Author: 0 Abe arrives on two-day Gujarat visit today

Japanese PM Abe was accorded a ceremonial reception on his arrival at the Ahmedabad Airport, on Wednesday. Prime Minister Modi will also take Shinzo Abe for a tour around the 16th century-old Sidi Saiyyed mosque which is a part of Indo-Islamic architecture.

World US Supreme Court rejects delay in Ohio inmate's execution
Author: 0 US Supreme Court rejects delay in Ohio inmate's execution

Both slayings took place in Parma, in suburban Cleveland. OH halted executions in 2015 due to the difficulty in obtaining lethal injection drugs. Wright said the stomach movements were abnormal and evidence that Otte was struggling to get air.

World Scores of dogs were left to die in Irma
Author: 0 Scores of dogs were left to die in Irma

Sauve said officials will use every paper trail imaginable to track down animal cruelty offenders. While it's a shame that many in Texas may never be held accountable for their actions, it's heartening to know that in Florida, former pet owners will have a hard time putting other animals under the same dangers again.

World EU chief says bloc 'bouncing back' after crisis-laden decade
Author: 0 EU chief says bloc 'bouncing back' after crisis-laden decade

Nicolas Hatton said Europeans felt their rights were "under threat" and he had organised a "big day of action" in response. Juncker suggested merging the presidents of the European Commission and the European Council, saying: "Europe would function better".

Author: 0 Justice blocks Federal Bureau of Investigation officials from Senate interviews on Clinton, Comey

Those are real reasons for why he was sacked, and the president's decision was 100 percent right". The Justice Department is blocking Senate investigators from interviewing two top FBI officials who could provide testimony on the firing of former director James Comey and the handling of the investigation into Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonThe Hill's 12:30 Report Chelsea Manning headed to Harvard as visiting fellow Clinton: A lot of "interesting coincidences" between ...

World Gulf Crisis Boils Over At Cairo Meeting
Author: 0 Gulf Crisis Boils Over At Cairo Meeting

Qatar's minister of state for foreign affairs, Soltan bin Saad al-Muraikhi, delivered the remarks at the Arab League headquarters in Cairo on Tuesday, angering Saudi and Egyptian representatives. Doha has been receiving fresh food supplies from Iran, which has also allowed Qatar's national carrier to use its airspace. Saudi Arabia's envoy to the Arab League Ahmed Al-Qattan denounced the description of Iran as an honorable country.

World Syria signs Aleppo power plant contract with Iran
Author: 0 Syria signs Aleppo power plant contract with Iran

Kharboutli also signed memorandums with Iranian Energy Minister Sattar Mahmoudi pledging to build five additional power stations in the coastal Latakia province, the construction of wind and solar farms, and reconstruction of the power stations in Deir al-Zour and Homs.

World Olive Garden unlimited pasta pass is back
Author: 0 Olive Garden unlimited pasta pass is back

The 22,000 pasta passes both go on sale at PastaPass.com starting at 2 p.m. on Thursday, September 14. Never Ending Pasta Pass season is upon us. Have you bought the Pasta Pass in the past? In 2014, the passes sold out in 45 minutes and a lot of people turned to eBay to either sell or buy and the next year, in 2015, the pasta passes sold out in seconds.

World Russian Federation had sweeping plan to normalize relations early in Trump's term
Author: 0 Russian Federation had sweeping plan to normalize relations early in Trump's term

Asked about the report, State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert would neither confirm nor deny its accuracy. Merkel's spokesman said in a press release that the Chancellor has told Putin during the phone call that she welcomed his initiative "in principle", but also underlined that several changes to the proposal were needed.