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Hurricane Chris strengthens fast

Hurricane Chris is rapidly strengthening, and the Orchard Center has mentioned it as a Category 2 storm. Maximal winds have risen to almost 105 mph, and it is likely to continue to strengthen by Wednesday morning. The system is expected to cause swells on the coasts of North Carolina and the Middle East states. "These swells can cause life-threatening surf …

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Courts find suspected in the neo-Nazi trial guilty of 10 murders

MUNICH – A German court on Wednesday found the main prosecutor in a high-profile Neo-Nazi trial guilty of killing 10 people – most immigrants – who were killed between 2000 and 2007 in a case that shocked Germany and charged allegations about institutional racism in the country's security agencies. Judge sentenced Beate Zschaepe to life in prison for murder, membership …

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The United States Embassy in London has Americans to "keep a low profile" during Trump's visit

Tolga Akmen | Anadolu Agency | Getty Images People protest against the opening of the 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump, outside London's United Kingdom Embassy, ​​London, UK, January 20, 2017. In front of President Donald Trump's High Profile Visit to the United Kingdom, US Government Representatives in the United Kingdom The country warns US citizens to fall …

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Typhoon Maria fat in China after losing Taiwan

TAIPEI, Taiwan – Typhoon Maria injured two people in Taiwan and received more than 3,000 to move to shelters before landing in China, the authorities said on Wednesday. The government's disaster response center said the two were beaten by falling trees in Taipei capital on Tuesday, when the medium storm stormed north of the mountainous island with 23 million people. …

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Pretoria air accidents offer night at hospital

The fly hit a factory that injured two workers before crashing into a field and killed a person. The flight went down Tuesday, July 10, 2018 and crashed into a small factory. The authorities have confirmed that the plane crashed through a nearby factory during its descent. Image: Sethembiso Zulu / EWN PRETORIA – Nineteen people aboard a plane crashed …

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Live Updates: Trump at NATO Summit

With the Heads of State handed over not poke Trump, Donald Tusk, President of the European Council, has emerged as the continent's most prominent and keen criticism of the president. Mr. Tusk, one of the EU leaders, has no formal role in NATO, but the two groups have a big overlap in membership. On Tuesday they signed a cooperation agreement. …

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News Daily: Facebook's British Finnish and Joy of Thai Boy's Rescue

Hi. Here is your morning briefing: Image copyright Getty Images Facebook is facing 500,000 GBP British Data Counter People were upset when social media giant Facebook was accused not to make sure another company – Cambridge Analytica – deleted data is harvested from its users. Now Britain's data protection dock for good Facebook is £ 500,000 – the highest allowed …

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The US Embassy warns Americans in London before trump visit

In anticipation of the massive protests planned for President Donald Trump's visit to the United Kingdom on Thursday, the US Embassy has warned Americans to "keep a low profile" in the English capital. On Tuesday, the United States Embassy in London warned citizens of the "many demonstrations" that could "attract large crowds" that could be less than acceptable to Americans. …

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Cave Rescue: The dives that got the Thai boys out

Image Copyright AFP / Getty Image Texts Foreign divers including Ivan Karadzic (2nd left) and Erik Brown (3rd right) were part of the extensive emergency services The rescuers who worked to save the group detained in a Thai cave were a mix of international divers who cooperated with Thai Navy Seals. The 12 boys and their football coach were first …

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Peace, love and no bodyguards for Mexico presidential election

Mexico City (AFP) – Mexico's elected president vowing radical changes. And nowhere has it been more visible than in its jaw decision to refrain from bodyguards and let the fans mob him, giving fear to security experts. Andrés Manuel Lopez Obrador, the antisemiting left wing was elected in a landslide on July 1, promised to lead his anti-corruption, pro-austerity charge …

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