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Air France Passenger Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Canadian Goose Bay


They said one of the engines had been "seriously damaged". Passengers reported the engine blowing out over the Atlantic Ocean, about one hour of the Canadian coast. Passengers nervously joked to one another as they tried to make sense of the commotion, Adams said. The Airbus A380 made a safe landing in Goose Bay, New Foundland, scattering debris along the runway, according to CBC . Read More »

Japan's defense chief warns of possible North Korea provocation on October 10


North Korea also has a history of using submarines to infiltrate South Korean waters. The U.S. State Department has estimated that North Korea had more than 1.18 million armed forces personnel in 2014, making it the fourth-largest army in the world after China (2.37 million), India (1.41 million) and the United States (1.43 million). Read More »

Newcastle United vs Liverpool - betting tips and predictions

Jurgen Klopp has had a patchy start to the season yet his team are still comfortably on the tails of the league leaders Having failed to win some of the games they were expected to do well in, there are many striking similarities to previous year for a team who don't like to do things the easy way. Read More »

US Intercept of NK ICBM Would Be Over Russia

Rep. Woo Sang-ho, a former floor leader of the ruling Democratic Party, also said in a radio interview that military tensions on the peninsula are at the highest-level since the Korean War and the recent US flying of U.S. Pointing to the sixth nuclear test by North Korea, International Atomic Energy Agency director Yukiya Amano expressed fear on the country making "very rapid progress". Read More »

What causes rockfalls like the deadly one in Yosemite?


He estimates 30 or more climbers were on the wall at the time , but he could not confirm injuries or the size of the rock fall. The rock fall happened along the Waterfall route on El Capitan's eastern buttress. However, it was rare for such a collapse to kill anyone, longtime climbers said Thursday. One person was hurt. He is thought to have been scouting out the ascent from a trail with wife Lucy when a "sheet" of granite the size of a 13-storey building plummeted from a height of 200 ... Read More »

Supreme Court to hear union fair share case


The U.S. Supreme Court has chose to take up a case Thursday which aims at ending mandatory union dues for all public-sector workers. A similar case, Friedrichs v. The Supreme Court begins a new term next week, and will be hearing some cases impacting worker's rights, voter's rights, and religious freedoms. So it is my hope that when Whitford v. Read More »

Al-Shabab attacks base in Somalia, kills 15


Somali officials said on Friday that the militants used guns and vehicle bombs in an early-morning attack to take control of the base and a nearby village, Barire, 50 kilometers southwest of Mogadishu. Islamist group Al Shabaab has regularly claimed responsibility for previous suicide attacks at the market. The death toll from a auto bombing in Somalia's capital, Mogadishu, has risen to 17. Read More »

Moscow regards situation in Catalonia as Spain's internal affair


However, even a decisive "yes" vote is unlikely to result in Madrid or the European Union recognizing Catalonia as "independent". Finally, an independent Catalonia would transform the political landscape of Western Europe, with the creation of a new, mid-sized state sandwiched between Spain and France, to say nothing of emboldening other so-called stateless nations in Europe seeking independence , most notably Scotland, whose own bid for independence failed to get off the ground ... Read More »

UAE Is Building a Giant Fake Mars City in the Desert


The Martian Scientific City will be built entirely the same way as such a base would be built on Mars . "I am proud that the UAE won as the host city for the International Astronautical Congress 2020, which will be attended by 5,000 specialised scholars and astronauts", said Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President and Ruler of Dubai . Read More »

Former soldier Henry Bolton elected as new leader of Ukip


A former soldier, Bolton is a one-time Lib Dem member who has worked as an European Union common defence strategist. Based in Folkestone, the former soldier and police officer was considered to be a front-runner in the contest and had seen the odds on him winning fall dramatically in recent weeks. Read More »

Ryanair to slow growth in a move affecting 400000 passengers


Earlier this month , it left scores of travellers stranded overseas or unable to travel by cancelling 50 flights a day, many with just a few hours' notice. The voucher knocks £40 or €40 off flights between 1 October 2017 and 20 March 2018 (excluding between 20 December and 7 January), so long as they are booked on the Ryanair website during October. Read More »

Teen dead, another injured in school stabbing


Abel Cedeno, 18, has been charged with murder after he allegedly attacked Matthew McCree, 15, and Ariane LaBoy, 16, with a switchblade in front about 20 horrified classmates in a New York City school. "This tragedy should never have taken place". It's the first homicide on New York City school grounds since 2014, when a fight between two 14-year-old boys ended with one stabbed to death outside Intermediate School 117 in the Bronx. Read More »

Blast at munitions depot rocks township in Ukraine's Vinnitsa Region


The blasts, which started late Tuesday at the arms storage facility near the town of Kalynivka, some 250 km southwest of capital Kiev, have continued into Wednesday noon. The cause of the fire is now under investigation. The national police said more than 30,000 people had been evacuated from areas immediately surrounding the storage depot. Read More »

Quebec Premier demands hard line response to US Bombardier tariffs


Boeing didn't make their complaint because of some moral obligation, they made it because they weren't happy with a rival competitor, Bombardier, making such a tremendous product in the shape of the C-Series. "This is clearly aimed at eliminating Bombardier's C Series aircraft from the US market", said Freeland. Boeing, America's largest exporter and sole producer of commercial airliners, is suing Bombardier. Read More »

Porsche 911 GT2 RS Sets Scary Quick Nurburgring Lap


More awesome still is that Porsche didn't just shave a few milliseconds off the previous record. 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS ran 9.7 seconds faster than Porsche's own former champ 918 Spyder hypercar. "At the start of the development process, we set ourselves a lap time target for the GT2 RS of less than 7 minutes and 5 seconds", Porsche's vice president of motorsport and GT cars, Frank-Steffen Walliser, said in a statement. Read More »

Russia, US to cooperate in building first-ever lunar space station


Roscosmos and NASA already work together with other space agencies around the world to run research projects aboard the International Space Station . To help meet that goal, in addition to the Roscosmos partnership, both agencies are working with national commercial space companies to help develop new technologies. Read More »

Siemens Alstom merger creates European giant


But Laurent Wauquiez, deputy president of the Republicans, said Macron was "selling us down the it's Germany which is buying France". The threat was ratcheted up in 2015 when a government-led merger of China CNR Corp. Siemens is also the leader in signaling technology, while Bombardier - whose transportation headquarters are in Berlin - is stronger in commuter and light-rail trains. Read More »

Saudi Arabia reverses longstanding ban on women driving


The United States on Tuesday welcomed King Salman's order. Rights groups have long campaigned for the ban to be overturned, and some women have been arrested and jailed for defying the prohibition and taking the wheel. "This is an historic day and I can not find the words to express my feelings and the feelings of thousands of Saudi women", she said on Arabiya TV. Read More »

Oil prices rally after OPEC meeting


The price increase is an additional benefit to Nigeria , which just secured the nod of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries ( OPEC ) for the extension of its exemption from crude oil production cap following the country's plea to be exempted until it stabilises its production. Read More »

Trump to launch $200M STEM education initiative with Silicon Valley leaders


In an effort to boost science, tech, engineering and math education around the country, the White House and five giant tech companies plan to pour hundreds of millions of dollars into these fields. Amazon, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Salesforce will each commit $50 million. It is unclear just how these dollars are getting into the classrooms but Ivanka says the administration is reaching out to state governors to alert school districts to apply for these grants. Read More »

Nikki Haley denies eyeing US Secretary of State job


Yesterday, Kim called the U.S. president a "mentally deranged United States dotard" and his UN General Assembly address the "most ferocious declaration of war in history". "You saw the president's address to the General Assembly". "Once we can assess the nature of this threat, the president will make a decision regarding the appropriate actions", he continued. Read More »

Reagan column: Trump shows willingness to stand up for America at UN


Iranian President Hassan Rohani said during the parade that Tehran will continue its missile program and boost the country's military capacities, despite U.S. We really do not have an agreement! Rouhani had rejected a US -led effort to alter the Iranian 2015 nuclear agreement at the United Nations General Assembly in NY on Wednesday. Read More »

Search for Mexico natural disaster survivors continues as hope lessens


As I sat on a shuttle in Chicago, my hands glued to Twitter updates, I thought about how easily Mexico City - built on a lake bed and home to almost 9 million people - could crumple. "Showers and thunderstorms will continue to be scattered about the area from near Mexico City to Oaxaca daily through at least early this week, threatening to hinder rescue and cleanup operations", AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Kristina Pydynowski said. Read More »

In defiance to US, Iran unveils new missile during parade


She offered to help negotiate a solution similar to that reached with Iran. "Security in the Korean Peninsula is important for Iran and we invite everyone to end threat and tension and move on to stability, peace and dialogue", said Rouhani adding: "We have good relations with South Korea, China and Japan". Read More »

Cavaliers are frontrunners, but where will Dwyane Wade land?


Wade's efficiency declined dramatically and his defense was appalling throughout the season. He has called it his second home and he played his entire career except for one season playing for the Heat. James could have a hand in making sure that Wade does not end up idle on the bench. It makes sense why the latest Lakers rumors involve Dwayne Wade; because he would be a great addition to the Lakers. Read More »

Target will raise minimum hourly wage to $11 to counter Wal-Mart


The company said the change will take place in October, just ahead of the busy holiday hiring season when Target will add as many as 100,000 temporary jobs . In a report a year ago, Cowen & Co. retail analysts said they expect that a $15-per-hour minimum could stimulate spending among lower income and millennial consumers. Read More »

Russian General Killed in Syria


Have you read Trendiee Today? This could mean that the United States military staff " feel absolutely safe " in the area which is held by the terrorists, the ministry of defense stated. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights confirmed the news and said the SDF managed to fully control the gas field of Conoco, the largest in Syria. Read More »

Hurricane Maria weakens on northern track; Lee tiny but strengthening

Tropical Storm Lee is still being monitored as it rotates in the Atlantic. As of 11 a.m. Sunday the storm was roughly 475 miles south-southeast of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. The swells will continue to effect the areas of Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, the northern coast of Hispaniola, the Turks and Caicos Islands, and the Bahamas. Read More »

North Korea quake was 'natural' and not a nuclear test

But he also said the prospect of war was low given that North Korea already had nuclear weapons and there had never been a direct conflict between nuclear-armed nations. China's attempts to send an envoy to Pyongyang to calm the situation have been rebuffed. On Thursday, Trump announced an executive order authorizing a new round of sanctions aimed at slowing North Korea's progress toward being able to launch a nuclear strike on the continental U.S. Read More »

China Will Limit Oil Exports to North Korea, Ban LNG


Kim, a third-generation dictator, has conducted four of North Korea's six nuclear tests since assuming power in 2011. President Donald Trump defended his country in his United Nations speech this week and took a swipe against North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un by describing him as a "rocket man on a suicide mission". Read More »

1 dead, 7 injured after gunman opens fire at Tennessee church


But the usher was still able to continue to fight the killer, who then accidentally shot himself in the leg, cops said . A church usher - later identified by police as 22-year-old Robert Engle - witnessed the shooting inside the church and "ran up and confronted" the gunman, Aaron said. Read More »

Graham-Cassidy bill a disaster for public health


Trump says the bill would be "great for Arizona" and he says McCain "let his best friend L.G. down!" The bill would lose if three GOP senators vote "no" in a showdown this week. "It's very hard for me to imagine a scenario where I would end up voting for this bill", says Senator Susan Collins . Paul said he opposes the bill because it doesn't go far enough in repealing the Affordable Care Act, maintaining numerous taxes while redirecting the funds to states. Read More »

Suspected Earthquake detected in North Korea


China's trade with North Korea rose in August to its highest since December 2016, data showed on Saturday, even after the United Nations slapped tougher sanctions on Pyongyang in a bid to choke off a third of its $3 billion in annual export revenue. Read More »