• System in Caribbean could be next tropical storm

    System in Caribbean could be next tropical storm

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    Environmental conditions appear conducive for initial development but become less favorable into early next week when it encounters upper-level winds, forecasters said. Sunday. Our rain chance is slightly higher at 30%. The National Weather Service puts the chance of showers at 80 percent for West Palm Beach this afternoon, with up to half an inch of rain falling.
  • Iran may abandon nuclear-pact if USA withdraws from deal

    Iran may abandon nuclear-pact if USA withdraws from deal

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    Under the JCPOA, Iran undertook to put limitations on its nuclear program in exchange for the removal of nuclear-related sanctions imposed against Tehran . "Washington will be in a better position if it remains committed to the deal". The Europeans would be placed in a lose-lose position, if the US abandons the nuclear deal.
  • 'Dunkirk' rescue as volcano island of Ambae erupts

    'Dunkirk' rescue as volcano island of Ambae erupts

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    He said the evacuation seemed to be progressing well, although some people were afraid of what awaited them on the other islands. But he said government ministers would need to meet and agree to lift the evacuation order before the exodus would be stopped or reversed.
  • PM Pays Tribute To Mahatma Gandhi, Will Address Nation: 10 Facts

    PM Pays Tribute To Mahatma Gandhi, Will Address Nation: 10 Facts

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    Vice-President Venkaiah Naidu on Monday unveiled a 1.8 metre-tall bronze statue of Mahatma Gandhi at Rajghat on the occasion of his 148 birth anniversary. This Sanjay Dutt-starrer Rajkumar Hirani directorial stresses on the importance of being truthful and using no violence via the means of a love story that is brewing between Dutt and Vidya Balan .
  • Sebastian Vettel blames Lance Stroll for 'unnecessary' post-race collision

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    There was drama for Ferrari before the start as Kimi Raikkonen , who was due to start second, suffered a turbo problem, and though the team tried to rectify it, it was unable to do so before the race began, forcing him into retirement. "Then we basically didn't race". "I am not that anxious to be honest, but we need to get on top of the problem". Circuits like this, there are corners that really magnify the issues we have with the auto, so that's something we struggle with here.
  • Two killed, 5 injured as Pakistan violates ceasefire in Poonch

    Two killed, 5 injured as Pakistan violates ceasefire in Poonch

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    Pakistani troops targeted dozens of villages and posts in Shahpur, Kerni and Qasba sectors, he said. Pakistani troops resorted to mortar shelling besides also firing small and automatic weapons on various places along the LoC. The Pakistani troops resorted to firing mortal shells. Meanwhile, one infiltrator was killed in an infiltration bid that was foiled by the security forces in Keran sector.
  • Lin-Manuel Miranda Excoriates Trump for His Tweets About San Juan's Mayor

    Lin-Manuel Miranda Excoriates Trump for His Tweets About San Juan's Mayor

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    Cruz said that while Duke's comments were upsetting, she did get a call from the White House about moving supplies more quickly to the island for distribution. Gen. Jeff Buchanan, commander of U.S. Army North, to lead the recovery efforts. Later on Saturday evening, Trump tweeted out a video featuring footage of USA troops assisting Puerto Ricans, overlaid with an audio clip of Rossello praising the Trump administration's response to the natural disaster.
  • Jagmeet Singh named federal NDP leader

    Jagmeet Singh named federal NDP leader

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    Singh scored a solid victory in the first round of voting for a new NDP leader, with 53.6 percent of voters placing him at the top of their ranked ballot in results that were unveiled here on Sunday, reports The Toronto Star. He is first Sikh to ehad the Canda's federal party. Singh's profile was boosted in early September after a video went viral showing him calmly responding with words of love to a heckler who interrupted a campaign event to accuse him of wanting to impose Islamic ...
  • All Monarch Airlines flights stopped as United Kingdom carrier falls into administration

    All Monarch Airlines flights stopped as United Kingdom carrier falls into administration

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    Around 10 of Monarch's aircraft are based at the airport where it runs around 20 flights a day to destinations such as Lisbon, Madrid, Rome, Barcelona, Gibraltar, Malaga, Ibiza, Venice, Split, Tenorife, Madeira, Faro, Palma and Alicante. Monarch customers overseas can continue their trips as planned with the government organising special return flights. Package holidays booked directly with Monarch Holidays are ATOL protected, meaning that a full refund will be issued.
  • Facebook to Give Russian-Linked Ads to Congress on Monday

    Facebook to Give Russian-Linked Ads to Congress on Monday

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    Twitter, Facebook and other Internet companies including Alphabet Inc's Google are facing a steady stream of criticism as more information emerges about manipulation of their platforms during the 2016 election campaign. "Congressional leaders have scrutinized Facebook and Twitter this month for Russian activity on their sites - and criticized the tech companies for their lack of disclosure of such information", according to the WSJ.
  • Cohn: Tax Plan Focused on Tax Cuts for Middle Class, Economic Growth

    Cohn: Tax Plan Focused on Tax Cuts for Middle Class, Economic Growth

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    A senior administration official says Trump will promote the tax plan as one that will help make American businesses more competitive. There are no details on how much it would cost, though back-of-the-envelope estimates by outside experts put the tax cuts in the range of $5 trillion over the next 10 years.
  • Negotiating With North Korea Is a Waste of Time, Trump Says

    Negotiating With North Korea Is a Waste of Time, Trump Says

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    He added: "We look forward to advancing that relationship at the upcoming summit". "They're a little overheated right now and I think we need to calm them down first". Chris Murphy, a Connecticut Democrat, said after the briefing. But if we take that option, it will be devastating for North Korea . Trump has threatened to "totally destroy" North Korea in the wake of its nuclear and ballistic missile tests, stoking fears of an armed clash on the Korean Peninsula.
  • Louisville places Pitino, AD on administrative leave

    Louisville places Pitino, AD on administrative leave

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    Rick Pitino couldn't survive another scandal , with interim Louisville president placing the coach and his boss on administrative leave amid a nationwide federal bribery investigation that has rocked college basketball. Postel said he will work quickly to name an interim athletic director and together, they will name an interim head men's basketball coach. The NCAA's Committee on Infractions dismissed Pitino's contention that he was unaware of McGee's activities and imposed harsher ...
  • Auburn beats the Bulldogs 49-10

    Auburn beats the Bulldogs 49-10

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    In a game where the No. 13 Auburn football team already had an edge in explosive offensive plays, third-down conversion rate and yards per carry, Mississippi State's football coach came back to the self-inflicted mistakes the No. Florida's ground attack led the way in Saturday's win against Vanderbilt. "Our offense has full faith in him", said tailback Kerryon Johnson, who has run for eight touchdowns the past two games.
  • RAW behind inciting terrorism in Pakistan through Afghan-based terror groups: FO

    RAW behind inciting terrorism in Pakistan through Afghan-based terror groups: FO

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    Analysts have slammed Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif for saying that former prime minister Nawaz Sharif staked his political career for stabilizing relations with India. "It is time for Pakistan to demonstrate its commitment to civilization, order, and to peace", he added. "In our view, Pakistan and the U.S. have always benefited when they work together".