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Ryan murder mystery gets complicated: Bus driver was threatened with '3rd degree'

After that, the accused bus conductor, as per the driver, took the bus to a CNG station for refueling. The angry parents broke the school's window panes during the protests. I am not happy with the police investigation, and I want a detailed investigation as there is something which is missing in the probe. Parents, who have been on demonstration outside the school, have demanded action against school authorities, especially after police revealed that Kumar was sacked from a private school ...

Iranian President Meets Kazakh, Uzbek Counterparts in Astana

He will emphasise that the contributions of the member states individually, jointly or collectively to science and technology would enhance the image of the Muslims, embolden their position in the world and give them due respect in global debate and discourse while improving the conditions of the Ummah.

LHC declares relocation of Sharif sugar mills illegal

In October a year ago, the single bench declared the shifting of five sugar mills owned by close relatives of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif from one district to other as illegal on petitions filed by JDW Sugar Mills of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf leader Jahangir Tareen and others.

Ravindra Jadeja - Rested or Dropped?

He has a phenomenal record in ODIs (30 hundreds) and is obviously going to be unsafe. Just seeing the side they have announced, it looks like a strong side. Smith also hoped that leg-spinner Adam Zampa would do well for them in the series. The visitors from Down Under will be keen to put that behind them and redeem themselves with some good performances against India.

Former midfielder says Lewandowski should go

Legend of Bayern, Stefan Effenberg believes that the attacker is Polish has to leave if he is not happy with the project munich. On the one hand, he attacks the philosophy of the club. "Lewandowski was also unhappy with the pre-season tour we had in Asia but he should remember that Real Madrid, the clubs he dreams of playing for, spent 24 days travelling with hot weather, that's much more than what we did in the summer".

Zimbabwean tyrant Robert Mugabe accuses opposition of Western plot

The Zanu PF HQ rally was meant to support Grace Mugabe after her shameful behaviour in South Africa where she allegedly attacked a 20-year old model Gabriella Angels at a South African hotel room in Sandton, Johannesburg. "We know of course they are creatures of the West whose sole goal is to dislodge ZANU-PF from power. But really, they come together as a bundle then one blow against a bundle will set the bundle in pieces", Mugabe said to applause from ZANU-PF members.

Modi-Abe to lay foundation stone for India's first bullet train

Abe will also accompany Modi to the latter's home state Gujarat which has so far received $1 billion worth of investments from Japan. Moreover, apart from this, the two prime ministers will also launch various projects comprising of Rs 3,000-crore Suzuki vehicle manufacturing plant at Hansalpur, which is about 170 km from Ahmedabad.

North Korea 'begging for war' says United States, calling for strongest possible sanctions

SHOW OF FORCE. This handout photo taken on September 5, 2017 and provided by the South Korean Defense Ministry in Seoul shows South Korean Navy vessels taking part in a naval drill off the east coast of South Korea . Xinhua said the two leaders shared their opinions about regional and worldwide issues of mutual interest and "agreed to maintain close communication and cooperation in regard to the goal of the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula while responding appropriately to the latest ...

United States calls for UNSC meet over North Korea draft resolution

North Korea says it needs its weapons to protect itself from United States aggression. At a regular news briefing, ministry spokesman Geng Shuang reiterated China's call for more steps by the U.N. A senior USA official said afterwards it was unclear whether the Cold War-era deterrence model that Washington used with the Soviet Union could be applied to a rogue state like North Korea.

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Four members of Shia Hazara community shot dead in Quetta

The attackers used the automatic weapons for killing them, while two members of the family escaped unhurt, Kuchlak Deputy Superintendant of Police (DSP) Tanvir Shah said. There were no immediate claims of responsibility. The victims were traveling in a vehicle on the road between Quetta and the Afghan border. On 20th July this year, four Hazara community members including a woman were shot dead in a sectarian attack in Mastung.

Hurricane Irma: Should Congress reform, renew flood insurance?

However, the company doesn't have enough data to measure the extent of Irma's damages. AIR Worldwide, another so-called catastrophe modeling firm, says Irma might cause anywhere between $15 billion and $50 billion worth of insured losses in the United States.

Red Cross to send crews to Irma ravished areas

It's not over as the storm continues to push through, and storm surges threaten to inundate the coastal areas. The Greater Phoenix Chapter of the Red Cross is looking for more volunteers , and it's going to hold a boot camp for new recruits.

NA 120-bye-election will decide Pakistan's future, says Imran

Remember that you have to vote against the dacoits". "This constituency voted for him thrice but he did nothing for the people here". The by-election is scheduled to be held on September 17, and PTI has nominated Dr Yasmeen Rashid as its candidate.

Saudi King Salman receives Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov

Lavrov said in remarks broadcast by the channel "Russia Today" on Sunday, while in Saudi Arabia , that the White House, has not yet crystallized his position on the issue, although his Special Envoy made 20 visits to the territory of Palestine.

Cardinal Health, Inc. (NYSE:CAH) Shares Bought by Usca Ria LLC

Cardinal Health, Inc. has a 12-month low of $62.70 and a 12-month high of $84.88. The stock increased 0.89% or $0.65 on September 8, reaching $73.99. Giacomin Jon L sold $1.70M worth of stock. Connecticut-based Bridgewater Limited Partnership has invested 0.08% in Cardinal Health Inc (NYSE:CAH). Thompson Siegel & Walmsley Limited Company accumulated 7,308 shares.

Christian couple sues Church of England primary over transgender boy

The parents, whose younger son will now be home-schooled, argued that the school had acted without due regard to the best interests of pupils, had failed to consult other parents and had not respected their rights to bring up children with biblical values.

Azerbaijan's president pardons blogger Lapshin

The relevant document has been published on the official website of President of Azerbaijan. He noted that after the signing of the pardon order by the Azerbaijani president, the country's Foreign Ministry and the Israeli Embassy in Baku are dealing with the issue of Lapshin's extradition, and probably this process will soon be completed.

Gusty winds and rain increasing through the day

Clouds will lower and thicken today as moisture from Irma nears from the south. With the hurricane in Florida, and high pressure to the north, we'll be caught in the middle. " Rain totals will add up to about 1" to 2". Some flooding is possible, but Irma's remnant circulation will be moving along at a good clip, reducing the chance of major problems.

Videos From Florida Show Sheer Strength of Hurricane Irma's Winds

The man's truck was wrapped around a tree near 98th Street and U.S. Highway 1. She said the man looked to be in his mid-80s. Sheriff Rick Ramsay made the decision to move them to the mainland when it became clearer that the Keys were in Hurricane Irma's crosshairs, Deputy Becky Herrin, the Sheriff's Office medial relations officer said Saturday.

Trump administration sued by 15 states and DC over ending DACA

That's after President Trump announced this week he's ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals - or DACA - program. This week, the U.S. "We won, plain and simple". There's just one problem: no court has ever ruled that is the case... Shortly after, he tweeted in a reply, "This is Civil Disobedience against unjust laws & policies that rip parents from their children, DACA Dreamers from the sole country they know".

India lodges protest with Australia over deities eating lamb ad

In its complaint, the Indian high commission in Canberra said the Meat and Livestock Australia ad was "offensive" and "hurt the religious sentiments of the Indian community". It's not we don't have a sense of humour, we're all Australians at the end of the day. Michele Allan and Managing Director Richard Norton should resign for apparently working against the interests of the organization by upsetting consumers instead of charming them.

Trump on Hurricane Irma: 'This is some big monster'

Even before Hurricane Irma landed in Naples, the National Hurricane Center - expecting more than a dozen inches of rain and a storm surge as high as 15 feet - issued a flash flood warning. A shelter of last resort set up in the Middle Keys city of Marathon was reported to be without power or running water, and surrounded by surging waters.

Rohingya crisis: Dalai Lama says Buddha would have helped Muslims

Myanmar's population is 88 percent Buddhist, according to the 2014 national census. "So, still I feel that (it's) so very sad.so sad", he told reporters. Earlier last week, Malala Yousafzai, the youngest recipient of the Nobel peace prize, called out Aung San Suu Kyi on Twitter, saying the world was "waiting" for her.

Hurricane Irma: Florida woman delivers own baby at home as storm rages

Emergency services were later able to reach the mum and she has been taken to hospital with her little girl. The Miami woman went into labor Sunday, but because the storm's winds were too strong, fire rescue teams couldn't get to her right away, according to the Miami Herald .

Astronaut's grim photos from space show hurricane destruction

The past of the storm is being tracked by Weather Underground and can be viewed online here. Russian cosmonaut Sergey Ryazanskiy took this photo of Hurricane Irma from orbit on September 7, 2017 while he flew overhead aboard the International Space Station.

Protests in South Korea as nations wrestle with North missile threat

Since then, North Korea has launched two intercontinental ballistic missiles and conducted its sixth nuclear test. Moon said in a statement Friday that those created an unprecedented security threat for South Korea. Putin said that whipping up military hysteria around the North Korean crisis was counterproductive, adding that Pyongyang would not end its nuclear and missile programmes because it views them as its only means for self-defence.

Priebus, McGahn hire lawyer amid Mueller probe

The Washington Post reported earlier Friday afternoon that Spicer, Priebus and Hicks are likely to be interviewed. The aides were believed to be potential witnesses to key events that took place before Trump took office and in the first months of his presidency - including a 2016 meeting with a Kremlin-linked Russian lawyer, the controversial firing of Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey, and conversations surrounding the ouster of former national security adviser Michael ...

NATO urges trading partners to step up pressure on North Korea

The United States circulated the proposed resolution to the 14 other council members two days after US Ambassador Nikki Haley called for the "strongest possible measures" to be imposed on North Korea. It again reaffirms council support and calls for a resumption of talks between North Korea, the United States, South Korea, China, Japan and Russian Federation.

Putin calls sanctions on North Korea "useless"

He told Moon he'd support "in principle" South Korea fitting its missiles with heavier warheads, which would give the country a potentially greater deterrent against its neighbor. An unpublished United Nations report singled out several countries for bypassing legal prohibitions on financial activity with North Korea, allowing the regime to earn money while developing a nuclear arsenal.

2 militants killed, 1 arrested during encounter in Kulgam

Two Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists were killed and one arrested in an encounter with security forces in Kulgam district of Jammu and Kashmir on Monday. According to Army spokesman two weapons have also been recovered in the area. The gunfight has ended but the search operation in the area is still underway. The soldiers were injured in Keran sector of Kupwara district, said sources in the Defence Ministry.

Modi offered Supriya Sule a cabinet berth: Sena MP Sanjay Raut

According to Raut, Pawar claimed that he and his daughter had a meeting with Narendra Modi during which the Prime Minister said he wanted Sule to join the Cabinet. Shiv Sena also warned that a BJP-NCP coalition will expose the ruling party, while it would end up being the "last straw on camel's back" for the 41-seat NCP.

China supports United Nations action on North Korea while urging talks

China's envoy, Liu Jieyi, was on a U.N. Security Council visit to Ethiopia. But few in the USA government have advocated direct talks with the North Koreans until their behavior significantly changes. Two of the system's launchers are already operational, and the remaining four were added Thursday amid protests by residents living near the site in South Korea.

Modi To Address Students Convention Today

Hailing Swami Vivekananda, PM said that the 9/11 of 1893 was about love, harmony and brotherhood. The State's Higher Education Minister Ananta Das said, "As campus poll fever is already setting in across colleges and university premises, display of the Prime Minister's speech can not be allowed".

Irma sends giant construction cranes tumbling in flooded Miami

Irma was a Category 4 hurricane raging in the lower Florida Keys as of 9 a.m. EDT (1300 GMT), on a path that will take it up Florida's Gulf of Mexico coast near population centers including Tampa and St. Which other areas have already been hit? In Key West, 60-year-old Carol Walterson Stroud sought refuge in a senior center with her husband, granddaughter and dog.

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