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People Wrightsville Beach 12 brace for Florence to fully make landfall
Author: 0 Wrightsville Beach 12 brace for Florence to fully make landfall

Hurricane Florence already inundated coastal streets with ocean water and left tens of thousands without power early Friday, and forecasters say conditions will only worsen as the hulking storm slogs inland. Some areas could receive as much as 40 inches of rain, forecasters said. And there is also a major threat from freshwater, with warnings of "catastrophic" flooding from lakes, rivers and freshwater reserves expected over parts of the Carolinas and Virginia.

People Hurricane Florence from space
Author: 0 Hurricane Florence from space

Landfall is expected late Thursday or early Friday , and the National Hurricane Center fears the storm "will slow considerably or stall, leading to a prolonged and exceptionally heavy and risky rainfall event Friday-Sunday". "The National Hurricane Center forecasts additional strengthening for Florence before it reaches the coastline of North Carolina and SC early Friday , Sept.

People Watch Hurricane Florence Make Landfall in This Incredible Space Station Video
Author: 0 Watch Hurricane Florence Make Landfall in This Incredible Space Station Video

It comes amid otherwise serious warnings for residents in North and SC as Hurricane Florence , which was downgraded to a tropical storm on Friday, continues to put properties and lives at risk. The National Hurricane Center said a gauge in Emerald Isle, North Carolina , reported 6.3 feet (1.92 meters) of inundation. Over 60 people had to be pulled out of a collapsing motel in Jacksonville, North Carolina, and hundreds were saved as water levels rose.

People How global Diplomats showed up at Kofi Annan's funeral
Author: 0 How global Diplomats showed up at Kofi Annan's funeral

The UN chief said Kofi Annan was courageous, speaking truth to power while subjecting himself to intense self-scrutiny. The Defence Minister, Dominic Nitiwul, told DAILY GUIDE yesterday that Kofi Annan's contribution towards global peace, which culminated in the award of Noble Peace Prize in 2002, would forever remain as his legacy.

People Romance writer accused of killing spouse penned how-to essay
Author: 0 Romance writer accused of killing spouse penned how-to essay

She also advised against poison as it traceable. "Divorce is expensive, and do you really want to split your possessions?" she wrote in a section about financial motives. The 68-year-old remains in custody in Multnomah County Detention Center where she awaits details of her trial. In a press conference that day, police said that they were investigating the death as a homicide and that they had no immediate suspects.

People Trump, Pompeo lash ex-Secretary of State Kerry for Iran meetings
Author: 0 Trump, Pompeo lash ex-Secretary of State Kerry for Iran meetings

Trump suggested that it was "illegal" for Kerry to meet with Iran and tell them "to wait out the Trump Administration!" President Donald Trump took to his favorite platform tonight to warn former Secretary of State John Kerry that he may be violating the law by meeting with Iranian officials.

People Trump’s Former Campaign Chief to Cooperate with Investigation
Author: 0 Trump’s Former Campaign Chief to Cooperate with Investigation

The second count, for conspiracy to obstruct justice, concerns attempts to tamper with witnesses related to Manafort's foreign lobbying. Usually it helps you get a pardon down the road. Manafort had denied the allegations and pleaded not guilty. In August, Manafort's attorneys filed a motion requesting the trial be moved from Washington to Roanoke, Virginia.

People Putin says Skripal poisoning suspects are 'civilians'
Author: 0 Putin says Skripal poisoning suspects are 'civilians'

The allegations are staunchly denied by the Kremlin and on Wednesday Mr Putin said the men had been discounted as members of his shadowy security network. Officers believe a modified perfume bottle was used to spray the door. She later walked back that statement, expressing frustration that British authorities had not shared the files with their Russian counterparts, leaving Moscow "guessing" about what really happened in Salisbury.

People Trump signs sanctions for foreigners who meddle in polls
Author: 0 Trump signs sanctions for foreigners who meddle in polls

Those sanctions could include blocking access to property and interests, restricting access to the US financial system, prohibiting investment in companies found to be involved, and even prohibiting individuals from entering the United States.

People President Trump 'cancels' November trip to Ireland
Author: 0 President Trump 'cancels' November trip to Ireland

But White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders told reporters that no final decision had been made. It is understood officials in Dublin are awaiting word on whether the review will impact on the Irish leg of President Trump's itinerary. Brendan Howlin, the leader of the Irish Labour Party, accused Trump of being "no friend of democracy and human rights" in an August 31 tweet calling on people to join anti-Trump protests.

People It's not just FEMA: ICE quietly got an extra $200 million
Author: 0 It's not just FEMA: ICE quietly got an extra $200 million

Merkely said he believes the budgeting reallocation happened in response to the Trump administration's zero-tolerance policy, which was rolled out earlier this year. "Without the transfers and reprogramming identified in this notification, ICE will not be able to fulfill its adult detention requirements in [fiscal year] 2018", the document reads.

People Dozens of gas blasts rock Boston suburbs, injuring at least six
Author: 0 Dozens of gas blasts rock Boston suburbs, injuring at least six

The Essex District Attorney says 18-year-old Leonel Rondon was inside a vehicle in the driveway of the home when a chimney fell on it. Rondon was pronounced dead at Mass General Hospital. A statement released Friday morning by the Columbia natural gas company, which serves the neighborhoods involved, said an "extensive restoration effort" will be required before the neighborhoods can return to normal.

People Trump ex-campaign chief Manafort 'strikes plea deal'
Author: 0 Trump ex-campaign chief Manafort 'strikes plea deal'

The charges in his second trial were set to include money laundering, conspiring to defraud the USA, witness tampering and failing to register as a foreign agent. Details of the deal were likely to emerge in a plea agreement hearing scheduled for 11 a.m. ET (1500 GMT) in the federal court. Manafort was facing a second trial set to begin on Monday in Washington on charges related to Ukrainian political consulting work.

People Judges rule that United Kingdom mass surveillance violated human rights
Author: 0 Judges rule that United Kingdom mass surveillance violated human rights

The court is not a European Union institution and is instead part of the Council of Europe, a 47-member state organisation based in Strasbourg, which Britain is not leaving after Brexit. Today, the Court has ruled the UK's surveillance illegal, despite arguments that the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 (RIPA) and its replacement the Investigatory Powers Act 2016 (IPA) made it legal.

People Paul Manafort may have struck a deal with Robert Mueller
Author: 0 Paul Manafort may have struck a deal with Robert Mueller

According to ABC News, prosecutors will announce a deal between the parties in court on Friday. Manafort lawyer Kevin Downing and Mueller spokesman Peter Carr declined to comment on the ABC report. "Unlike Michael Cohen, he refused to "break" - makeup stories in order to get a 'deal". Before joining Trump's campaign, Manafort worked extensively for pro-Kremlin politicians and oligarchs in Ukraine.

People MPs to reject British PM's Brexit deal: ex-minister
Author: 0 MPs to reject British PM's Brexit deal: ex-minister

Garvin said the jobs of only "hundreds" of JPMorgan's 16,000 staff in the United Kingdom would be immediately affected by Brexit, though that could rise to around 4,000 in the years to come depending on the settlement reached between Britain and the EU.

People MEPs vote to take action against Hungary
Author: 0 MEPs vote to take action against Hungary

For years, Orban had been able to deflect much of the global condemnation thrown his way. For years, Orban has successfully deflected much of the worldwide condemnation about Hungary's electoral system, press freedoms, independence of the judiciary, mistreatment of asylum seekers and refugees and limitations on the functioning of non-governmental organizations, but criticism has been growing even within the European People's Party, to which his Fidesz party belongs.

People EU's Juncker eyes free trade pact with Africa
Author: 0 EU's Juncker eyes free trade pact with Africa

And he'll poke global locations to present up their national vetoes in some areas of worldwide policy. Juncker also said the European Union will always show "loyalty and solidarity" with Ireland on the issue of its border with Northern Ireland.

Author: 0 One injured after rockfall at pristine beach in Zakynthos

The videographers no doubt ran when they realised what was happening. The coast guard said one foreign woman was injured and was being transported to a local hospital. The rock's weight drove waves on to the crowded beach , Mr O'Connell said, as families scrambled to safety. "So far, we haven't found any trapped people but we will continue searching", a fire brigade official said.

People Bishops tell pope abuse scandal 'lacerated' the church
Author: 0 Bishops tell pope abuse scandal 'lacerated' the church

A damning letter from the former Vatican ambassador to the U.S. claimed Francis and other high-ranking officials knew about the allegations against McCarrick years ago but turned a blind eye. In February, Catholic bishops from across the world will convene in Rome at the pope's invitation to discuss the "prevention of abuse of minors and vulnerable adults".

People US voices concern on China's Muslim crackdown, sanctions weighed
Author: 0 US voices concern on China's Muslim crackdown, sanctions weighed

US State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert said the US government was "deeply troubled" by China's "worsening crackdown" on minority Muslim groups in the far western province of Xinjiang, saying there were "credible reports " of thousands being detained in detention centers since April 2017.

People Australian politicians attack nine-year-old for not standing during anthem
Author: 0 Australian politicians attack nine-year-old for not standing during anthem

Australian Sen. Pauline Hanson posted a video in which she criticized Harper. Harper's protest was in light of her belief that the song doesn't do justice to the contributions of the aboriginal peoples of Australia. " Shame on her parents for using her as a political pawn ". Controversial commentator Mark Latham spoke to 4BC about the matter, saying Harper's silent protest was a "behavioural problem" and she should be kicked out of school, while others blamed her parents for raising a ...

People 32 killed, 128 injured in attack on protesters
Author: 0 32 killed, 128 injured in attack on protesters

A delegation from Kabul is heading to the province to probe the attack with a focus on its motive and if there is a connection to the local police commander Bilal Shah, a provincial official said by phone on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the situation.

People Iran seeks to avert disaster in Syria's Idlib: Iranian senior official
Author: 0 Iran seeks to avert disaster in Syria's Idlib: Iranian senior official

A new offensive on Idlib would likely uproot 800,000 people, the United Nations warned, causing major problems for relief agencies . Burt said the United Kingdom officials have held contacts with Turkish counterparts on the continued efforts, adding that "it is deeply disappointing that Russian Federation and Iran rejected President [Recep Tayyip] Erdogan's calls for a renewed cease-fire" at the Tehran Summit last Friday.

People Russian bombers intercepted by US fighter jets west of Alaska
Author: 0 Russian bombers intercepted by US fighter jets west of Alaska

Two Russian Tu-95 Bear bombers, which are traditionally armed with a variety of air-launched cruise missiles, accompanied by Su-35 Flanker fighter jets were picked up by U.S. "NORAD, the joint US and Canadian command", employs a layered defense network of radars, satellites, as well as fighters to identify aircraft and determine the appropriate response", he added.

People Mattis: US Identifies Remains of Two Returned by North Korea
Author: 0 Mattis: US Identifies Remains of Two Returned by North Korea

Mattis told Pentagon reporters that experts moved swiftly on analyzing those two sets of remains , as they thought they had a good chance of identifying them because of where they were located and other information. Despite setbacks in the nuclear negotiations, North Korea has maintained its moratorium on weapons testing, has toned down its rhetoric, and attempted to downplay the threatening nature of its arsenal, as was evidenced by its decision not to feature ICBMs in its most recent ...

People Democrats press Trump’s Supreme Court pick over new…
Author: 0 Democrats press Trump’s Supreme Court pick over new…

And the fact that some of these documents were forced out gave the Democrats the chance to point out that they still had not seen more than 90 percent of Kavanaugh's White House documents from the Bush White House. The email was one of the documents a lawyer for President George W. Bush turned over to the Senate Judiciary Committee deemed " committee confidential ", meaning it could not be discussed in public.

People Pope Francis summons bishops from all over world for sex abuse summit
Author: 0 Pope Francis summons bishops from all over world for sex abuse summit

Bransfield of Wheeling-Charleston, W.Va., in connection with sexual harassment charges and accepted his resignation, the Vatican announced Thursday. The investigation and resignation were announced on the same day that Francis is meeting with a delegation of U.S. Catholic cardinals and bishops in the wake of allegations of sex abuse and coverups of wrongdoing.

People Suu Kyi defends court decision to jail Reuters reporters
Author: 0 Suu Kyi defends court decision to jail Reuters reporters

Rights groups and global observers have seen the case as a bellwether for democracy and press freedom under Suu Kyi. Army-led "clearance operations" last August drove 7,00,000 Rohingya into Bangladesh, carrying with them widespread accounts of atrocities - rape, murder and arson - by Myanmar police and troops.

People 3 killed after driver ploughs through busy town square in central China
Author: 0 3 killed after driver ploughs through busy town square in central China

Videos and photos circulated on social media purportedly show large crowds of up to several hundred people running frantically from the square in different directions, amid bodies laying scattered on the ground. Local government officials said the the driver had a criminal record and he was detained at the scene. No other motive has been offered. China has witnessed several mass casualty attacks in recent years including an apparent terrorist attack at the Kunming train station on March 1, ...