• Freezing rain possible for Timmins and area
Freezing rain possible for Timmins and area

Rain - possibly turning to freezing rain, then snow - is expected midday. "Heavy rain will also move in Friday night and continue through much of Saturday". The expected cold front is expected to turn the rain into snow, with a possibility of freezing rain in between as the as the thermometer crosses into negative territory - which Environment Ca...

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  • Modi hosts dinner for Netanyahu
Modi hosts dinner for Netanyahu

Netanyahu also warned the Gaza-based terrorist groups against carrying out hostile acts against Israel. There are some who say that the IDF attacks sand dunes - this is incorrect. The Hindustan Times reported last week that the Indian Army was very keen on purchasing the weapons and that the Indian government might find a way to make that possible.

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  • Trump administration bars oil drilling off Florida after governor's plea
Trump administration bars oil drilling off Florida after governor's plea

If the Florida decision had been the result of a thoughtful process that ended in a report explaining how Florida's coast is somehow more precious than every other stretch of coast the Trump administration has slated to open, it would have at least appeared less capricious.

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  • Led Coalition Helps To Build Border Force In Syria
Led Coalition Helps To Build Border Force In Syria

Speaking to Tasnim, Abdul-Qader Azouz, who is also a professor of politics, said the clashes between the Syrian army and the Al-Nusra Front terrorist group in southern Idlib are, undoubtedly, within the framework of worldwide agreements. Ibrahim Kalin, the presidential spokesman, said the USA was taking steps to legitimize and solidify the YPG. ...

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  • Iranian oil tanker sinks, 32 crew members presumed dead
Iranian oil tanker sinks, 32 crew members presumed dead

Four salvage workers boarded the board SANCHI at 8:37 am on January 13, and found two bodies on deck in a lifeboat. A third body had been recovered earlier in the waters nearby, Press TV said . "Therefore, it is important to assess how much oil leaked into the sea to determine how serious the marine ecology might be impacted". The Chinese say ...

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  • Government reforms announced amid new wave of protests in Tunisia
Government reforms announced amid new wave of protests in Tunisia

When did the protests begin? Some people tried to take over shopping malls and stores, while others blocked roads. In Thala, near the Algerian border, troops were sent in after protesters burned down the national security building forcing police to retreat from the town, witnesses told Reuters.

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  • 2 killed as magnitude 7.3 quake hits off Peru
2 killed as magnitude 7.3 quake hits off Peru

Prime Minister Mercedes Araoz said at a news conference in Lima that the government would declare a state of emergency in the affected zones to allow for faster reconstruction of roads and homes . Structural damage was reported to a bridge in Arequipa, said the head of the region's highway police, Major Alberto Rojas. Peru is the world's No.

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  • Saudi women allowed to watch men's soccer
Saudi women allowed to watch men's soccer

At least 1,200 tickets have been bought by women and families for Friday's game, Saudi newspaper Okaz reported, citing a sales official. Some women had been allowed to watch National Day festivities at the Riyadh stadium in September previous year.

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  • Mayon belches ash anew as residents flee
Mayon belches ash anew as residents flee

Alert Level 3 was raised last night over Mayon Volcano in Albay after its phreatic eruption Saturday was followed by at least two steam-driven ash explosions yesterday morning, forcing the evacuation of 919 families in at least 16 barangays.

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  • Wind chill advisory issued for north Georgia mountains
Wind chill advisory issued for north Georgia mountains

Clouds will diminish throughout the day, overall look for partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies through the afternoon. Couple those glimpses of sunshine with a southwest wind, sustained between 5 to 10 miles per hour, temperatures will be able to bounce back into the 30s for today.

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  • Saudi women attend soccer match for first time
Saudi women attend soccer match for first time

After the decree was issued , the company launched a series of 90-minute training sessions, in the Saudi cities of Riyadh, Jeddah and Al Khobar, targeting Saudi women who have already acquired valid driving licenses while overseas. CNN said that after the decree was issued, the company launched a series of training sessions targeting Saudi ...

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  • Car Goes Airborne, Slams Into Second Floor Of California Office
Car Goes Airborne, Slams Into Second Floor Of California Office

A auto remains lodged inside the second floor of a Santa Ana dentist office after the driver crashed into the building on January 14, 2018 . Santa Ana is located about 35 miles south of Los Angeles. Both people inside the vehicle were able to get out safely and suffered minor injuries, according to the OCFA . Santa Ana is located just southe...

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  • Pittsburgh Pirates trade Gerrit Cole to World Series champion Houston Astros
Pittsburgh Pirates trade Gerrit Cole to World Series champion Houston Astros

His best season was 2015, when he went 19-8 with a 2.60 ERA and 202 strikeouts. Cole is coming off a career-worst ERA at 4.26 in 203 innings pitched, but he remains one of the hardest throwers in the game. Moran, 25, has appeared in 16 games at the Major League Baseball level over the last two seasons. Outfielder Andrew McCutchen is scheduled...

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  • Maharashtra boat tragedy: search on to trace missing students
Maharashtra boat tragedy: search on to trace missing students

The boat had been recently refurbished and hired out for joyrides in the seas, but it was not clear whether the student picknickers were given life-jackets or not, officials said. Moshudi Pervez Sheikh, a 17-year-old girl who survived, said the boat tilted and sank as the schoolchildren moved to one side to take selfies using their smartphones.

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  • Ahead of visit, Netanyahu says he's hopeful of expanding ties with India
Ahead of visit, Netanyahu says he's hopeful of expanding ties with India

India's defence ministry announced last week that it would buy 131 surface-to-air missiles from Israel. Also in PM Netanyahu's delegation will be the head of the Rafael Advanced Defence Systems that lost out on $500-million deal to purchase Spike anti-tank guided missiles.

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  • Georgia QB Jacob Eason Announces Transfer
Georgia QB Jacob Eason Announces Transfer

Georgia Bulldogs quarterback Jacob Eason is reportedly planning to transfer to the Washington Huskies after falling behind Jake Fromm on the UGA depth chart. Good luck out there Jacob, Dawg nation wishes you the best of luck and hopefully we see you in the playoff again one day! Patterson doesn't know yet if he'll be eligible for the 20118 s...

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  • ISIS threatens rival Hamas with video, executes accused accomplice
ISIS threatens rival Hamas with video, executes accused accomplice

But they can create a bloody mess on Israel's border, creating problems for the Jewish state and throwing the peace process even more into doubt. U.S. "There are imperatives and requirements for peace, and unilaterally President Trump destroyed them", Ashrawi said. Just a month ago past year, President Trump infuriated Muslims all over the ...

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  • H&M stores trashed in protest over 'racist' hoodie
H&M stores trashed in protest over 'racist' hoodie

We don't want them to say anything to us, we are telling them to close the shop. South African police have used rubber bullets to disperse a mob trashing H&M stores in and around Johannesburg, after the brand used a controversial picture of a black child .

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  • Canada files WTO complaint over U.S. trade practices
Canada files WTO complaint over U.S. trade practices

And yesterday, a day after the paper tariffs were announced , a complaint against the USA that the Canadians had lodged with the World Trade Organization was made public. "In the past Canada has filed one-off cases in relation to a specific product or dispute such as softwood lumber ". "If Canada loses Chapter 19, it would have to go to the W...

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  • Twitter Nervously Laughs At Hawaii False Missile Alarm Reactions
Twitter Nervously Laughs At Hawaii False Missile Alarm Reactions

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard tweeted a screenshot of the warning and a message saying it was false. Government officials are pleading for calm after a cell phone text message warning was sent to every phone in the state of Hawaii . There was the sheer terror. CNN was told by a viewer in Hawaii that both the initial threat warning and the message o...

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