Russian Federation calls on U.S. to return immediately seized diplomatic property

Russian Federation calls on U.S. to return immediately seized diplomatic property

Maria Zakharova, a spokeswoman for the Foreign Ministry, said that US authorities had told Moscow that they expected Russian Federation to sell the facilities, TASS state news agency reported. Russian diplomats were working to vacate the properties over the weekend, including the six-story consulate. "To Russian representatives have been closed access also into the building of the Trade Representation's branch in NY". Read More

Houston imposes night curfew to prevent looting

Houston imposes night curfew to prevent looting

The mayor threatened to impose a mandatory evacuation if not enough of the remaining residents voluntarily left. Since Hurricane Harvey hit the Houston area hard over this past weekend, there has been a huge concerted effort by numerous professional sports teams located in the city to help the rebuilding process. Read More

TN Dalit student who moved SC against NEET ends life

TN Dalit student who moved SC against NEET ends life

Anitha, a poor Dalit student, pleaded herself as one of the respondents along with many students in the apex court against the implementation of NEET in Tamil Nadu . The Supreme Court had earlier dismissed the petition filed by her and few other students against the examination. This is exactly why a minor ended her life: Her teacher had reprimanded her when her school uniform got stained with menstrual blood. Read More

United Kingdom manufacturing unexpectedly accelerates to four-month high

United Kingdom manufacturing unexpectedly accelerates to four-month high

A PMI of 56.9 represented the second-highest level of activity in the industry in three years, and rose from 55.3 in July. Demand from overseas also lagged, with new export orders slipping to 50.9 from 52.7. US manufacturing output in August expanded at its weakest pace since June 2016, according to a report Friday. India's services sector also gathered steam in the latest quarter and capital investments also bounced back from contraction in the March quarter. Read More

Deadly building collapse in India

Deadly building collapse in India

With the help of local residents, the search and rescue operations are underway. Five fire brigade personnel and an NDRF jawan also sustained injuries during the rescue operations and were shifted to the J J hospital. In the first incident in the hilly Suryanagar area, a house at a higher level collapsed on one below, trapping a one-and-a-half-year-old infant, Nikhil, 40-year-old Suresh Arjun Prasad Mourya and 25-year-old Kiran Baby Pal. Read More

White House discussing whether DACA deadline can be moved

White House discussing whether DACA deadline can be moved

It granted children of undocumented immigrants who were brought to the United States illegally as minors to pass an extensive background check, receive deferred action, and become eligible for a work permit. With Mr. Trump's decision imminent, activists have mobilized to defend the program with demonstrations and petitions. It was that he was going to end DACA. Read More

Trump loses leverage as Russian Federation scandal investigation intensifies

Trump loses leverage as Russian Federation scandal investigation intensifies

Federal investigators have issued a number of subpoenas to associates of the longtime political operative and at the end of last month conducted a raid on his home , reportedly seeking documents. Trump has called Schneiderman, who brought one of the lawsuits over Trump University that were settled for $25m in 2016, a "lightweight". Trump has denied any collusion by his campaign and has condemned the investigation as witch-hunt. Read More

Doctor's body found in seashore after Mumbai deluge

Doctor's body found in seashore after Mumbai deluge

The police alerted the BMC, fire brigade officials and the NDRF team to trace the doctor. On Tuesday afternoon, Dr Amrapurkar left his workplace at Bombay Hospital for his Prabhadevi home in a vehicle driven by his chauffeur. The body of the noted doctor was discovered near seashore at Worli, Mumbai on Thursday morning. A few had said he had fallen into a manhole. His umbrella was also found at the spot, which was later handed over to the police. Read More

President Trump to donate $1 million to Harvey relief

President Trump to donate $1 million to Harvey relief

Trump has not decided which organization he will donate to. A few weeks later, the White House announced that Trump had made a decision to give his first three months of salary to the Interior Department; his second three months worth went to the Education Department. Read More

Burger King adopts cryptocurrency in Russian Federation

Burger King adopts cryptocurrency in Russian Federation

For every rouble spent (59 roubles is roughly $1), will get you a single Whoppercoin. I want a free Whopper , " Burger King will provide a link to register and receive a gift card in the mail, according to the news release. He's reportedly bullish on cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology, too. Experts predict a rapid increase in the cost of cryptocurrency. A billion Whoppercoin have been issued thus far via the Waves paltform, and more will follow if demand does. Read More

Sony channel warns Kapil Sharma after Baadshaho team left the sets

Sony channel warns Kapil Sharma after Baadshaho team left the sets

But, Ajay Devgn did clarify the reports claiming that Baadshaho cast storming out of anger was completely wrong. "He was unavailable most of the times and when he picked up he said he was on the way". Apparently, this was not the first incident where Kapil Sharma didn't show up for the shoot. Adding to it, he said, "I don't know about others, but whenever I have done a multi-starrer, my character has always stood out". Read More

No, Jim Mattis Isn't Freezing Trump's New Transgender Military Policy

In a statement , Mattis said he would establish a panel of experts from within the Defense Department and the Department of Homeland Security to "to provide advice and recommendations on the implementation of the president's direction". Under Trump's directives, the transgender military ban and the official halt on gender confirmation surgery funding, wouldn't go into effect on March 23, 2018 anyway. Read More

Levee Near Houston Breached, Megachurch Opens Doors

Levee Near Houston Breached, Megachurch Opens Doors

Before the storm is gone, up to 20 more inches (51 centimeters) of rain could fall, National Weather Service Director Louis Uccellini said Monday. Hurricane Harvey may not have wreaked absolute havoc as a storm, but the aftermath it left behind is awful for the state of Texas. Read More

U.S. strengthens Baltic air policing mission from Lithuania

U.S. strengthens Baltic air policing mission from Lithuania

The so-called Vienna Document obliges many countries to give other states broad access to monitor war games involving more than 13,000 soldiers - fuelling suspicion that the size of Zapad is being played down to keep foreign eyes away. Read More

House Intel Dem: Committee May Seek Trump Testimony on Russian Federation

The Kremlin on Wednesday confirmed that President Donald Trump's personal lawyer reached out to them during the 2016 presidential campaign, seeking help for a business project in Russian Federation. He said the plan was abandoned for various reasons. Cohen said he did not recall any response to his e-mail to the Kremlin, or any other contacts with Peskov or other Russian government officials about the project. Read More

Five Nigerian Hajj pilgrims confirmed dead in Saudi Arabia

Five Nigerian Hajj pilgrims confirmed dead in Saudi Arabia

It takes place in and around the Saudi Arabian city of Mecca which is regarded as the holiest city in Islam , as it is believed to be the birthplace of the Prophet Muhammad and the site of his first revelation of the Qur'an. Iran alone reported 464 deaths and subsequently accused the Saudi authorities of being "at fault" for them - a charge Saudi officials rejected. Two years ago, a stampede and crush of pilgrims killed at least 2,426 people, according to an Associated Press count. Read More

Osteen: It's A 'False Narrative' That We're Not Sheltering People

Osteen: It's A 'False Narrative' That We're Not Sheltering People

Much frustration was subsequently directed online towards Osteen, a popular, wealthy and controversial "prosperity gospel" pastor. The TV star also criticized social media, saying that "it can be very powerful and they can create this false narrative". Read More

US Destroyer Shoots Down Missile in Test Off Hawai'i

A sailor on the USS John Paul Jones triggered a self-destruct sequence by mistake. Early on Tuesday, North Korea carried out a test which saw a ballistic missile fly over the Japanese island of Hokkaido and land in the Pacific Ocean after flying more than 2,700 kilometers (1700 miles). Read More

President Trump Will Speak At Loren Cook Company In Springfield Wednesday Afternoon

President Trump Will Speak At Loren Cook Company In Springfield Wednesday Afternoon

The speech will likely make the case that comprehensive tax reform is necessary, not simply sufficient, to improving the economy and lives of each and every American citizen. The praise for the 1986 bill marks a reversal for Trump, who was previously heavily critical. The administration insists that its tax reform plan does not include loopholes or tax cuts for the wealthy. Read More

Jets strike as Isis convoy flees border siege

Jets strike as Isis convoy flees border siege

More than 48 hours after they left the Syria-Lebanon border for eastern Syria, the buses carrying 300 militants and nearly as many of their relatives were stuck in a desert area on the outskirts of the largely IS-held Deir el-Zour province near the frontier with Iraq. Read More