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World This was Cassini's last image before burning up in Saturn's atmosphere
Author: 0 This was Cassini's last image before burning up in Saturn's atmosphere

As expected, Cassini made its final signal to Earth around 7:55 a.m. EDT. Cassini's final descent to Saturn is also a final window of opportunity for scientists. But on 15 September, Friday, the Cassini got out of the fuel and supposed to be crashed onto the Saturn with meeting the fiery end. Mission controllers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, clapped and hugged one another when the loss of signal was confirmed.

World Hurricane Irma: 1200 Americans evacuated from St. Martin
Author: 0 Hurricane Irma: 1200 Americans evacuated from St. Martin

The consulate said it was working with the USA and other governments to try to figure out how to get the Americans off the island either by air or boat. Martin were severely damaged, and more than 100 people in need of urgent medical care were evacuated. Eight of the territory's 11 pharmacies were destroyed, and Guadeloupe was sending medication.

World India Rebuts Attempts to Make It 'Villain' in Rohingya Refugee Crisis
Author: 0 India Rebuts Attempts to Make It 'Villain' in Rohingya Refugee Crisis

The Centre on Thursday clarified that the affidavit on Rohangiya refugees attributed to it is still being worked upon and that it was inadvertently served on the counsel for petitioner Muhammad Salimullah. Since the Rohingya are considered to be illegal Bengali immigrants and were denied recognition as a religion by the government of Myanmar, the dominant group, the Rakhine , rejects the label "Rohingya" and have started to persecute the Rohingya.

World Minnesota jobless rate up a tick in August; 6600 jobs cut
Author: 0 Minnesota jobless rate up a tick in August; 6600 jobs cut

Cloud at 1.6 percent and Rochester at 1.2 percent. August's jobless mark for Kentucky is higher than the 5 percent from August of 2016, though officials remain positive about employment trends. Additionally, professional and business services cut 600, leisure and hospitality eliminated 200, and manufacturing and mining and logging both shed 100.

World Video to come out of 1st fatal NYPD shooting since bodycams
Author: 0 Video to come out of 1st fatal NYPD shooting since bodycams

The police officer repeatedly orders Richards to drop the knife over the course of the video. As News 12 has reported, police shot and killed 31-year-old Miguel Richards after entering his Edenwald apartment for a wellness check and finding him armed with a knife and what they later learned was an imitation pistol.

World Rice Unmasked Trump Staffers After UAE Prince's Visit
Author: 0 Rice Unmasked Trump Staffers After UAE Prince's Visit

Even well-informed Republican members of Congress acknowledge as much. Responding to accusations from House intelligence chairman Rep. Devin Nunes on March 22 that the Obama administration was gleaning "a lot of information on the president-elect and his transition team and what they were doing", Rice pleaded ignorance.

Author: 0 United States citizen fighting for ISIS captured, turned over to DOD

An American citizen fighting for the Daesh terrorist group surrendered to Democratic Union Party (PYD) militants in Syria on Thursday, CNN said in a report. Earl Brown, a spokesman for U.S. Central Command, which oversees military operations in the Middle East. One who did, Mohamad Jamal Khweis of Alexandria, Va., was grabbed in western Iraq by Kurdish guerillas in March 2016 and later turned over to USA authorities.

World Former JBS exec Batista arrested for insider trading
Author: 0 Former JBS exec Batista arrested for insider trading

Da Silva arrived at a court in the southeastern city of Curitiba on Wednesday to testify in another. The decision was made Friday but was only made public by the court on Sunday. Indeed, news of the plea deal in May caused JBS's stock and the Brazilian real to take 9.7% and 8.2% dives, respectively. Police investigator Victor Hugo Rodrigues Alves said the Batistas knew that the plea bargains would affect stock prices and cause the Brazilian real to weaken against the USA dollar and used that ...

World Supreme Court rejects anticipatory bail plea of Pintos
Author: 0 Supreme Court rejects anticipatory bail plea of Pintos

But the court extended its interim shield against arrest granted on Monday till 5pm on Friday, subject to them submitting their passports by 9pm on Thursday to Mumbai police. Thakur, a resident of Gurgaon, alleged that the Pintos are "vicariously responsible" for the "diabolical, cold blooded" murder. It was further stated that failure in depositing passports would lead to the interim relief being vacated without further reference to the Court.

World Casualties in a Fire at a Religious School in Kuala Lumpur
Author: 0 Casualties in a Fire at a Religious School in Kuala Lumpur

Darul Quran Ittifaqiyah Tahfiz school (DQIT) deputy principal Roslan Awang Ali also said the building was only being used as a temporary facility. According to reports, neighbors woke up to cries for help from the boys who were trapped inside the seminary. "We believe (they died of) suffocation.

World Hard to cut U.S. corporate tax rate below 26 percent
Author: 0 Hard to cut U.S. corporate tax rate below 26 percent

The conflicting statements have made it hard for lawmakers to predict what might fill in the gaps left by a one-page tax blueprint that the White House released in April. "If you look at some of the greatest legislation ever passed, it was done on a bipartisan manner". Ryan says that window should give time for Congress to act.

World Terry Fox Run set for September 17th
Author: 0 Terry Fox Run set for September 17th

He noted past year about 210 individuals took to the trails of Merritt Island for the event, walking or running one to 10 kilometres and raising upwards of $9,300. Over 140 days, he ran 5,373 kilometres - averaging a full marathon nearly every day. The event's Provincial Director Donna White says it's also Terry Fox Day in BC, and there's no better way to celebrate than by getting out there for a jog or a run.

World Russia's large-scale Zapad war games unnerve the West
Author: 0 Russia's large-scale Zapad war games unnerve the West

Interestingly, invitations to 80 observers from Western and former Warsaw nations, including NATO , OSCE as well as all the diplomats serving in Balarus have been extended to watch the exercise but still alarm bells are being sounded that the exercise is threat to existence of neighbouring countries.

World Motel 6 hotels sending guest lists to ICE
Author: 0 Motel 6 hotels sending guest lists to ICE

Motel 6, book 4 nights and your 5th night is free (in a jail cell). The Phoenix New Times highlights Manuel Rodriguez-Juarez's claims that he got a room at a nearby Motel 6 after an argument with his live-in girlfriend. "I'm assuming it was a Motel 6 person", Rocha continued. "We just don't know enough about what's going on", he told the newspaper, adding, "I'll tell you one goddamned thing for sure - I'm not staying at a Motel 6 from now on".

World Terror attacks take 50 lives in Southern Iraq, many more wounded
Author: 0 Terror attacks take 50 lives in Southern Iraq, many more wounded

Police sources confirmed that some police officers too had died in the checkpoint attack. The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the attacks. One attacker detonated his explosive vest inside the restaurant. Nasiriyah is the capital of Dhi Qar Governorate, which has a large Shiite population.

World Pregnant Maryland teacher who went missing found dead
Author: 0 Pregnant Maryland teacher who went missing found dead

Montgomery County District Judge Zuberi Bakari Wiliams determined Tessier was a danger to the community and should remain held. A pregnant teacher who went missing a week ago has been found dead and her boyfriend, who was among those begging for her safe return as news cameras rolled, has been arrested.

World Kirkuk governor says Iraqi parliament vote to remove him 'unlawful'
Author: 0 Kirkuk governor says Iraqi parliament vote to remove him 'unlawful'

Turkey urges the Iraqi Kurdistan regional government to abandon the referendum that could result in tensions in the region. Baghdad and Iraq's neighbours are opposed to the vote. "We are depending on dialogue and also Arab, and non-Arab advocacy". The PKK initially aimed to carve out an independent Kurdish state in the southeast although its declared ambitions are now more focused on autonomy and rights.

World Grenfell Tower public inquiry to formally open
Author: 0 Grenfell Tower public inquiry to formally open

But Kieron called from Brentford, whose company represent the only two people from the 23rd floor of Grenfell Tower who survived, made this powerful plea to Sir Martin. This decision is notable due to the criticism the ex-judge faced for excluding a wider examination of social housing policy. David Lammy, a Labour lawmaker who lost a friend in the fire, said that Moore-Bick has to gain the trust of the local community if they are to have confidence in the inquiry's conclusions and ...

World Bangladesh targets Rohingya refugee profiteers as crisis deepens
Author: 0 Bangladesh targets Rohingya refugee profiteers as crisis deepens

Aside from Myanmar, although he didn't specify the countries by name, Zeid said the council should consider "the need to exclude from this body states involved in the most egregious violations of human rights". The latest eruption of violence in Rakhine has killed more than 1,000 people, according to the UN. "All 7,000 Rohingya have nothing to do with terrorism", the community, represented by counsel Colin Gonsalves, said.

World NASA Shares How Hurricanes Irma, Jose & Katia Looked From Space
Author: 0 NASA Shares How Hurricanes Irma, Jose & Katia Looked From Space

Irma weakened from a Category 5 to a still-frightening Category 4 on Friday with sustained winds of 155 miles per hour. Taking Irma and Jose together, this is the first time on record two storms in the tropical Atlantic Ocean have attained 150 m/h (241 km/h) winds at the same time, Chicago Tribune reported.

World Tillerson Says Imposing Oil Embargo on North Korea Will Be 'Very Difficult'
Author: 0 Tillerson Says Imposing Oil Embargo on North Korea Will Be 'Very Difficult'

Tillerson says it was going to be "very difficult" to get China to agree to an oil embargo. The United States has sought an embargo on oil imports to North Korea at the U.N. The trio will also discuss fresh ways to respond to North Korea's latest nuclear test after the United Nations security council approved new sanctions against Pyongyang.

World Visiting Florida, Trump Praises 'Incredible' First Responders, State Officials
Author: 0 Visiting Florida, Trump Praises 'Incredible' First Responders, State Officials

Ros-Lehtinen, who has often criticized the president, said the coordination between the federal government and state and local officials was a vast improvement from Hurricane Andrew in 1992. Last week, Trump cut a deal with Democrats in Congress to provide more than $15 billion in disaster aid for Harvey, while raising the USA government's borrowing limit and funding the government through December 8.

World White House: Trump To Visit Florida Thursday In Wake Of Hurricane Irma
Author: 0 White House: Trump To Visit Florida Thursday In Wake Of Hurricane Irma

The president made a similar stop last week after Hurricane Harvey left the Houston, Texas area deluged by rising flood waters. He saw little damage and offered few expressions of concern. Earlier Wednesday, during a White House meeting with moderate House members from both parties, Trump had urged lawmakers to come up with a bipartisan solution for the "Dreamers".