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World Thomas tied for lead as $10 million comes into view
Author: 0 Thomas tied for lead as $10 million comes into view

Kyle Stanley got off to a hot start and outshone the big guns to lead after the opening round of the Tour Championship on Thursday but Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas are poised to strike. 18 to within six feet of the cup and made the putt for eagle. I can't wait to get home, hopefully with a nice bonus from this week. Spieth was among five players at 67 that included two other top seeds, Justin Thomas (No 2) and Jon Rahm (No 5).

World Kenya protests seek removal of judges who nullified election
Author: 0 Kenya protests seek removal of judges who nullified election

Though global observers had called the election credible, Kenyatta accepted the court's decision, with a new election date set for October 17. The outcome announced by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission ( IEBC ) on August 11, he said, was a great "injustice".

World Pak senate bill paves way for Sharif's return as PML-N chief
Author: 0 Pak senate bill paves way for Sharif's return as PML-N chief

Moreover, Shahbaz Sharif also criticized Imran Khan for not appearing before the Courts as the PTI Chief always preached people about due respect to the judiciary. Deposed PM Nawaz Sharif said on Saturday that his party's success in the NA-120 by-election went on to validate his stance. He said that he has directed Prime Minister Abbasi to personally probe the "disappearance" of workers of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz ahead of NA-120 by-polls that were held on September 17.

World Don't fall for Jimmy Kimmel's cheap zero-sum emotionalism
Author: 0 Don't fall for Jimmy Kimmel's cheap zero-sum emotionalism

Carter said . "He looked at this bill closely-because one of its sponsors had dragged him into it by saying any bill had to pass the " Jimmy Kimmel test"- and he studied it with the zeal any parent would had they a child with a life-threatening condition that needed hugely expensive, life-saving care".

Author: 0 Iran's top leader dismisses Trump's 'ugly, foolish' remarks

During the rallies, the participants chanted slogans against the Washington and Tel Aviv regimes, including "Down with the USA", and "Down with Israel". Iran's supreme leader on Thursday lashed out against US President Donald Trump describing the speech he delivered at the United Nations this week as full of "gangster and cowboy" rhetoric.

Author: 0 Kim Jong Un calls Trump 'deranged,' H-bomb test threatened

North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong-ho later elaborated on what Kim meant while speaking to reporters at the UN General Assembly in NY. In Japan, the government's defence minister told his country to brace for the potential for the potential launch of a nuclear-armed North Korean missile.

Author: 0 Does NKorean H-bomb threat push US closer to war?

That is what U.S. President Donald Trump said in response to the news, reported by Reuters , that Chinese authorities had told banks to "stop providing financial services to new North Korean customers and to wind down loans with existing customers" in accordance with United Nations sanctions .

World 5 things to know about N. Korean leader's rebuke of Trump
Author: 0 5 things to know about N. Korean leader's rebuke of Trump

In a rare direct statement delivered straight to camera, Kim said that Trump would " pay dearly " for the threats, and that North Korea "will consider with seriousness exercising of a corresponding, highest level of hard-line countermeasure in history".

World Iran defies Trump, tests missile
Author: 0 Iran defies Trump, tests missile

The highlight of the parade was the indigenously made long-range missile, the which can carry multiple warheads. The Iranian government broadcast a footage on the state-run news channel hours after it showed-off the missile in a military parade that was attended by President Hassan Rouhani.

World Earthquake In North Korea Sets Off Alarm And Speculation
Author: 0 Earthquake In North Korea Sets Off Alarm And Speculation

Pyongyang later said it had tested a hydrogen bomb that could be fitted onto a missile - an assertion that no foreign government has so far confirmed. North Korea has launched dozens of missiles this year, several flying over Japan, as it accelerates its program aimed at enabling it to target the United States with a nuclear-tipped missile.

World Mexico Hit With New 6.1 Magnitude Quake
Author: 0 Mexico Hit With New 6.1 Magnitude Quake

Alarms sounded in Mexico City as a new natural disaster struck Saturday morning, prompting people with fresh memories of this week's devastating tremor to flee homes and hotels. "So a smaller quake can cause the damaged buildings to fail", Caruso said. He said he was overwhelmed by the pain of a broken bone and anxious his life-sustaining air would run out.

World New Zealand's ruling party ahead in election, set for coalition talks
Author: 0 New Zealand's ruling party ahead in election, set for coalition talks

By that count, which excludes special votes, National had 46.0 percent of the vote, with Labour on 35.8 percent and the Green Party on 5.9 percent. Negotiations with minor parties mean it could be weeks before a new government emerges. That will likely have implications for the New Zealand dollar, the world's 11th most-traded currency in 2016. "New Zealanders overwhelmingly voted for change", he said.

World After Seeing France's Military Parade, Trump Wants An Even Bigger One
Author: 0 After Seeing France's Military Parade, Trump Wants An Even Bigger One

French President Emmanuel Macron on Friday told Finnish Prime Minister Juha Sipila of his "total inflexibility" to plans by telecoms giant Nokia to cut almost 600 jobs in France. But it isn't the first time that Trump has talked about wanting a military parade in the streets of Washington. "I mean, we're going to be showing our military", he said.

World Mexicans dig through collapsed buildings as quake kills 217
Author: 0 Mexicans dig through collapsed buildings as quake kills 217

The attention of many in Mexico and overseas had been drawn to the plight of a girl identified only as Frida Sofia, who was said to have been located alive under the pancaked school building and became a symbol for the hopes of thousands of rescuers working around the clock in search of quake survivors.

Author: 0 Stoke City 0-4 Chelsea: 5 Things we learned

Chelsea hasn't lost against Stoke since 2015 and scored a bucketful of goals against them both at home and on the road. He got his hat trick after yet another Spanish link up; Cesc Fabregas, and Azpilicueta again worked it brilliantly with the latter setting up Morata once more to finish.

World Barzani: We are ready for dialogue, but after Kurdish referendum
Author: 0 Barzani: We are ready for dialogue, but after Kurdish referendum

Turkey , Iran and Iraq did also issue a joint declaration and announced their agreement to take counter-measures in coordination against the Arbil's independence bid. "If referendum is not cancelled, it will have serious consequences. Erbil must immediately refrain from this awful mistake, which will trigger new crises in the region", spokesman Ibrahim Kalin tweeted.

World Iran nuclear deal must be 'revisited': Tillerson
Author: 0 Iran nuclear deal must be 'revisited': Tillerson

A possible third pillar would involve "open discussions with Iran about the current situation in the region". Referring to Iran's 2015 nuclear deal with six world powers, including the United States , Trump said Washington " cannot abide by an agreement if it provides cover for the eventual construction of a nuclear program ".

World GOP candidate's bus ad: Alabama 'derserves' Moore
Author: 0 GOP candidate's bus ad: Alabama 'derserves' Moore

Last month Trump announced his support for odd ahead of a three-way runoff in which Moore eclipsed the incumbent senator by more than six percentage points. President and Mr. V.P". Gorka added to Palin's narrative, insisting that Moore is the only true choice for real conservatives. Palin stressed her support for the president, while arguing that Moore was a better match for Trump's "movement".

World Trump revises travel ban restrictions
Author: 0 Trump revises travel ban restrictions

President Donald Trump is weighing replacing his ban on travelers entering the USA from six predominantly Muslim nations with a set of more specific and tailored restrictions based, in part, on how much information countries share with the U.S.

World France mulls skipping 2018 Winter Olympics
Author: 0 France mulls skipping 2018 Winter Olympics

Stoss' comments follow those by France's Sports Minister Laura Flessel, who warned Thursday: "If this gets worse and we do not have our security assured, then our French team will stay here". The South Korean leader noted his country has successfully and peacefully hosted a number of worldwide events, including the 1988 Olympic Games and two Asian Games, despite unrelenting and continued provocations from the North.

World Rescue dogs working hard to save lives in Mexico
Author: 0 Rescue dogs working hard to save lives in Mexico

With collapsed buildings potentially leaving people trapped, Frida's rescue efforts are surely appreciated. She has saved the lives of about 52 people in the past. Drone footage shows devastation after Mexico City earthquakeFrida is well-equipped for any dangers she encounters and since she can go places that humans can't.

World Japan Deploys Missiles on Island After North Korea Launch
Author: 0 Japan Deploys Missiles on Island After North Korea Launch

The two leaders' phone call came after North Korea fired an unidentified missile early on Friday from the Sunan district in its capital, Pyongyang, over Japan. He previously warned North Korea of "fire and fury" should North Korea attack. For his part, hawkish Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has said he would "never tolerate" the North's "dangerous provocative action" and has urged the global community to ramp up pressure on Pyongyang.