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UN Approves New North Korea Sanctions Over Missile Tests

The sanctions, which target North Korea's foreign currency earnings, ban its exports of coal, coal, iron, iron ore, lead, lead ore and seafood. "We should not...


In Switzerland, the plane crashed: three fatalities

A 17-year-old girl also sustained serious injuries in the crash, which took place in the canton of Graubunden, near the Italian border, just before 09:30 local ...


Caitlyn Jenner Was Just Spotted Wearing a 'Make America Great Again' Hat

One thing Jenner never addressed in her statements was whether she continued to support Trump's presidency. We should all be guided by the principle that any ...


National Hurricane Center identifies "Potential Tropical Storm" in Caribbean Sea

Already, the hurricane center has begun issuing tropical storm advisories for areas lying in the system's immediate path along the Yucatan. If the wave does...


Pakistan to suffer slow internet after cable fault

PTCL Chief Business Development Officer Sikander Naqi told the media that a cable was cut in Saudi Arabia near Jeddah Saturday morning. PTCL General Manage...


Two Boy Scouts dead, 1 seriously injured on East Texas lake

Officials at the Lake O'The Pines Marina tell KLTV that the Hallsville Boy Scouts were camping at the marina. The 16-year-old and 18-year-old were found in th...


624 civilians killed in US-led c oalition strikes in Iraq, Syria

They have been shared with the worldwide Interpol agency. Airwars says at least 119 children were allegedly killed in US Coalition actions since June 6th. But...


Trump Close To Response Addressing 'Unfair' Chinese Trade Practices

According to the Chicago Tribune editorial "Trump, No. Korea, and China's choice" Aug.1, President Trump tweeted about China: "they do nothing for us with Nort...


Sanctuary review finds Clark County in compliance with immigration law

Cities that want to participate in the program, which launched in June, must allow federal immigration authorities into their facilities to question people susp...


U.S. 'preparing for war with North Korea' - Trump adviser claims

The resolution also adds nine people and four entities - including North Korea's primary foreign exchange bank - to the United Nations blacklist. US Secre...


Police Recommend Indictment Against Netanyahu

In a document filed with a magistrate's court, the police on Thursday confirmed for the first time that Netanyahu is a suspect in two corruption cases which are...


Chinese men held for allegedly doing Nazi salute by German parliament

On Saturday, the Chinese men were charged under Germany's criminal code prohibiting the "use of symbols of unconstitutional organizations", including "flags...


Suspected tornado blasts through Tulsa early Sunday morning

The tornado hit shortly after 1 AM , destroying multiple businesses. Businesses and homes have reported damage and as many as 11,000 were without power in th...


Mike Tomlin, Steelers Agree to Contract Extension Through 2020

Over his time coaching the Steelers, Tomlin has a 103-57 record and has an 8-6 record in the postseason as well. He won a Super Bowl in 2008 and went to anoth...


Syria army advances against IS, approaches Deir Ezzor: monitor

The government forces have taken over Al-Soukhna at the price of intense fighting and artillery bombardments the russians, allies of the regime, said the OSDH. ...


Plane plot accused charged and released

The first plot was abandoned at the very final stage on 15 July, after an improvised explosive device was taken as far as the global terminal of Sydney airport,...


Stephen Miller could take on a WH communications role

The White House officials cautioned that conversations about Miller's role are ongoing and no final decisions have been made. Kelly ousted Anthony Scaramuc...


Dozens killed in 'brutal' Afghan attack

More than 1662 civilians were killed in the half of the year, according to United Nations figures. The governor told AFP news agency that several mosques were...


US Justice Department not looking to charge journalists for leaks

Rosenstein said the Justice Department has experienced a "surge" of referrals pertaining to leaks of government information. One of the top officials at the...


Chicago will sue Trump administration over sanctuary cities grant threat

The Justice Department fired back at Emanuel, pointing out the city's growing problem with violent crimes. City officials say complying with the new requirement...