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The UN Security Council unanimously adopted two sanctions resolutions against Pyongyang after its long-range missile tests in July and sixth nuclear test in September. Abu Dhabi will also no longer grant North Korean companies authorisation to work in any of the seven emirates, WAM said. South Korea and Japan have pressured Gulf states to stop employing North Korean workers, whose income goes towards remittances that benefit the regime in Pyongyang, according to Asian diplomatic sources.
  • Richardson toddler still missing as parents hire separate attorneys

    Richardson toddler still missing as parents hire separate attorneys

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    Saturday because she refused to drink her milk. Her mother, Sini Mathews' lawyer Kent Starr, spent nearly two hours inside their home before speaking briefly to reporters, stressing the fact that there were no charges against Sini. Evin Perlich. "As far as why she was out there, how long she was out there, that's the questions we have for the parents". The little girl's adoptive mother has not spoken out.
  • Montana climber kills himself after girlfriend's avalanche death

    Montana climber kills himself after girlfriend's avalanche death

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    According to a Facebook post by Friends of the Gallatin Avalanche Center, "two skiers (now identified) were approaching the north couloir (of Imp Peak) when they triggered the avalanche". She was fantastic skier, having descended the Grand Teton, and won the Montana Randonee Championships-a backcountry skiing competition-as well as the Montana Bouldering Championships.
  • Ireland to make Test debut against Pakistan

    Ireland to make Test debut against Pakistan

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    Incidentally, Ireland announced their arrival in worldwide cricket by beating a full-strength Pakistan side in the 2007 cricket world cup. Themselves and Afghanistan were given test status back in June when they became the 11 and 12 official members of the International Cricket council and Ireland have been on the lookout for opponents ever since.
  • Shooting in Swedish town - several injured in different locations

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    Trelleborg, known for its past gang violence, is located 33 kilometres south of Malmo and 64kms southeast of Copenhagen, Denmark. 4 people were injured in city of Trelleborg in Sweden . 'We are blocking certain areas and will conduct an investigation. "It's packed with police cars in the street". Witnesses reportedly said they heard a "loud bang" in the area.
  • Kyrie Irving Excited to Play in a 'Real, Live Sports City'

    Kyrie Irving Excited to Play in a 'Real, Live Sports City'

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    Irving sees a "vast difference" between life in Boston and Cleveland, where he spent the first six years of his National Basketball Association career. Irving would go on to talk about the differences in culture and food and people - obvious facts. "You get it all, especially in Boston", Irving told reporters.
  • Italian dog owner wins sick pay for looking after pet

    Italian dog owner wins sick pay for looking after pet

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    She adopted Cucciola, 12, after she was found abandoned in a Rome park and took two days off to look after her as she recovered from surgery for a breast tumour and a larynx problem. Italian animal advocacy group LAV says it helped persuade public La Sapienza University to let her use two days' family sick leave. Cucciola is said to be recovering well with her owner by her side.
  • Bernie Sanders set to speak at Women's Convention in Detroit

    Bernie Sanders set to speak at Women's Convention in Detroit

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    The response on Twitter to the news that Sanders, a white man who has in the past endorsed pro-life candidates, had been selected was overwhelmingly negative. Writer and social media addict. Thousands of women are expected to attend, according to the convention's website: The Women's Convention will bring thousands of women, femmes and our allies of all backgrounds to Detroit from October 27 - 29, 2017, for a weekend of workshops, strategy sessions, inspiring forums and intersectional ...
  • Several NC prison employees injured, fires set in attempted prisoner escape

    Several NC prison employees injured, fires set in attempted prisoner escape

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    Attempted escape at Pasquotank CI in Elizabeth City. Officials say that fires were set in the prison sewing plant, and that several employees are injured. Students who are bus riders who have not arrived home as of yet, will be returned to the school until we hear further from Emergency Management. Buses on after school routes, with students on board, were ordered to turn back around and return to the schools, " due to the potential of inmates being in the area ", the ECPPS said on its ...
  • Trump is right to link national debt to assets

    Trump is right to link national debt to assets

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    Trump, who has excoriated NFL players for disrespecting the flag during the national anthem, openly questioned why a the bugle sound of "Retreat" was playing in the background, according to the military publication Task and objective. "We're very honored by it". In fact, the national debt has actually continued to increase under Trump, and hit $20 trillion for the first time in September.