• Iran won't bow to USA 'bullying'
Iran won't bow to USA 'bullying'

Now, the allure of the "better deal" myth threatens to seduce those in Washington who understand that abrogating the JCPOA would be a disaster but who continue to have serious concerns about Iran and face political pressure to do something.

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  • Barbuda need to be rebuilt after Hurricane Irma
Barbuda need to be rebuilt after Hurricane Irma

More than 19,000 people have been evacuated and are in shelters in Dominican Republic, and there are 132 schools are affected in Anguilla, Barbuda , the British Virgin Islands and Turks and Caicos Islands .And more than 10,000 people are in shelters in Haiti.

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  • Storms Brewing In The Atlantic Prompt Another Hurricane Warning
Storms Brewing In The Atlantic Prompt Another Hurricane Warning

Maarten, St. Martin and St. Barthelemy and Anguilla. Hurricane Jose is now approaching the East Coast of the US and may come near NY and other states in the coming week, according to the National Hurricane Center . The weather service warns to expect unsafe surf and rip currents along the east of the United States in the coming days. The...

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  • CBO won't estimate full effects of Obamacare repeal until after vote deadline
CBO won't estimate full effects of Obamacare repeal until after vote deadline

States would then have wide latitude in how they spend the money - for example, they could use it to set up high-risk pools, reduce out-of-pocket costs, pay providers or subsidize premiums. And it leaves many other free-market reforms off the table. But a number of Republican senators have yet to get on board, including the three who defeated McCon...

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  • QB Watson on first start and victory: 'It's special'
QB Watson on first start and victory: 'It's special'

The quarterback carousel in Houston is nothing new - wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins has now caught passes from 10 quarterbacks in the five years he has been with the Texans - and the Texans are hoping that drafting Watson will be their first ever franchise quarterback.

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  • Florida beats Tennessee on miraculous Hail Mary on final play
Florida beats Tennessee on miraculous Hail Mary on final play

Florida's bend-but-don't-break defense, though, helped lead the team to its miraculous finish in its 26-20 win over the Vols at The Swamp. The 24th-ranked Gators (1-1, 1-0) frittered away leads of 13-3 and 20-10 as No. The Volunteers thought they got over that hump last season. Freshman Malik Davis followed a series later with a 74-yard run...

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  • After new N. Korea missile test, USA says it has military options
After new N. Korea missile test, USA says it has military options

During the U.N. General Assembly session, Trump will also have separate talks with the leaders of France, Israel, Qatar, Britain, the Palestinian Authority and Turkey, McMaster said. North Korea earlier threatened to fire a salvo of missiles into waters near the US territory of Guam, where key USA military bases are located.

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  • Trump gets a great deal on lawn care
Trump gets a great deal on lawn care

An 11-year-old boy has earned a "great job" and a high five from President Donald Trump for mowing the White House lawn . A spokeswoman says President Donald Trump "does not support amnesty", but may be open to a pathway to citizenship for some people living in the country illegally.

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  • Additional security check for Paris-London flight caused by false alarm
Additional security check for Paris-London flight caused by false alarm

Passengers were escorted onto the tarmac of Charles de Gualle airport by armed cops where they were rigorously searched and their luggage checked by sniffer dogs. However, it is still unclear what the " direct threat " was that led to the whole episode. He continued: "I believe the intention is to return to the same plane assuming the search is a...

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  • British officials lower country's terrorist threat level from 'critical' to 'severe'
British officials lower country's terrorist threat level from 'critical' to 'severe'

Thirty people were injured during London's Friday morning rush hour when an improvised explosive device detonated on a Tube train. "He was arrested on the suspicion of being concerned in the commission, preparation or instigation of acts of terrorism", Deputy Assistant Police Commissioner Neil Basu said at a Saturday news conference.

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  • Tourists sprayed with acid at French train station
Tourists sprayed with acid at French train station

Officials say the students have been released and appear to be "fine". The group are Boston College students who are on a year in Europe, the college said in a statement . The attack is not believed to be terror related as the attacker did not yell out any terror-linked threats, a spokeswomen for the prosecutor's office said.

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  • Democratic Republic of Congo forces kill Burundian refugees
Democratic Republic of Congo forces kill Burundian refugees

The Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General Congo, Maman Sidikou, in a statement said that he condemned the acts of violence perpetrated in Kamanyola. Tens of thousands of Burundians have fled to the eastern DR Congo to escape a wave of violence that unfurled in 2015 after Burundian President Pierre Nkurunziza sought a fiercely contested...

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  • Colts planning to start Jacoby Brissett on Sunday
Colts planning to start Jacoby Brissett on Sunday

The Colts are fortunate as the Cardinals enter this game without their best player after David Johnson went down with a wrist injury . The Arizona Cardinals needed a big play when they were trailing the Indianapolis Colts 13-3 in the fourth quarter.

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  • US Will Stay in Paris Climate Agreement After All
US Will Stay in Paris Climate Agreement After All

There were mixed reports Saturday on whether or not President Trump would go back on his decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement . The US observer was not immediately available for comment and the White House insisted the United States would withdraw from the Paris climate accord without more favorable terms.

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  • Hamas says it accepts reconciliation demands
Hamas says it accepts reconciliation demands

The last election held by the administrative committee in Gaza was in 2006, when Hamas achieved a surprising victory leading to the political rift between Ramallah and the Gaza Strip. Abbas, now in NY for the annual meeting of the UN General Assembly, has yet to comment on Hamas's announcement. "The administrative committee is now dissolved and the...

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  • UK FM Johnson reignites leadership rumors
UK FM Johnson reignites leadership rumors

Boris Johnson has been accused of being a Brexit "back-seat driver" by the home secretary. Lib Dem leader Vince Cable urged the prime minister to "fire this guy on Monday morning", warning that if she did not act her authority would be "reduced to zero".

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  • Refugees from Myanmar seek worldwide aid, safety
Refugees from Myanmar seek worldwide aid, safety

Others are in makeshift refugee camps along the side of the road, or wherever they can find space. Dhaka: Upon her visit to Bangladesh, where hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims have fled to escape the violence in Myanmar's Rakhine State, Turkey's First Lady Emine Erdogan on Saturday called on the wives of world leaders to mobilize the ...

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  • Trump retweets altered GIF of him hitting golf ball at Clinton
Trump retweets altered GIF of him hitting golf ball at Clinton

One tweet opened with the phrase " Donald Trump's wonderful golf swing #CrookedHillary " along with a video of a man in a red hat driving a golf ball that then strikes and knocks down a blond woman as she boards an airplane - implying that the video showed the president assaulting Ms Clinton , the former Democratic nominee whom Mr Trump defeated...

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  • Spectacular Win By PV Sindhu
Spectacular Win By PV Sindhu

This was Sindhu's fourth victory over Okuhara in eight career meetings. Both the players gave it their all with Sindhu winning the first game while Okuhara clinching the second. In the decider, Sindhu started on a strong note, holding an 8-4 lead early. Sindhu held a 19-17 lead and it became 20-18. The closest that Okuhara came was 13-15, but...

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  • PM Modi to Dedicate Sardar Sarovar Dam to Nation on His Birthday
PM Modi to Dedicate Sardar Sarovar Dam to Nation on His Birthday

After closure of the gates the following day the height of the dam was increased to 138 metres, with storage capacity raised to 4.73 million cubic metres (MCM) from the existing 1.27 million cubic metres. It was only after the Supreme Court gave an order in October 2000 in favour of construction of the dam that work had resumed. The dam's origina...

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