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by | March 04, 2019 | 00:30

It is not thought that the natural disaster will trigger a Pacific-wide tsunami. In February, a deep magnitude-7.5 quake struck the Peru-Ecuador border region causing tremors the Ecuadorian president said were felt around the country. Earthquakes in Peru are common occurrences as the country is located in a seismic zone. An quake with a magnitude of 7.0 struck southeastern Peru on March 1, 2019.

by | March 04, 2019 | 00:15

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appointed Mueller to lead the special counsel investigation back in May 2017. Vice President Mike Pence delivered a speech at the conference on Friday, accusing Democrats of making a "hard left turn" before the 2020 elections and saying voters must choose "between freedom and socialism".

by | March 03, 2019 | 03:01

The nearby town of Monte Rio was also isolated by floodwaters and all roads leading to it were swamped. (Justin Sullivan / Getty Images) A view of a flooded vineyard near Guerneville (Justin Sullivan / Getty Images) Left, homes and businesses in a flooded neighborhood in Guerneville.

by | March 03, 2019 | 01:16

On the Indian side, a woman and her two children died after their house was pulverised by a mortar shell. Across the region villagers huddled in makeshift bunkers while police ordered non-essential traffic off roads, an AFP reporter said.

by | March 02, 2019 | 01:05

Ocasio-Cortez, 29, worked as a bartender and waitress at Flats Fix, a Mexican restaurant in Union Square. I do not however believe in a minimum guarantee for people "unwilling to work" which was the question asked of me. Instead choosing to keep the name Ivanka Trump because that name alone makes you a shit ton of money without ever happen. The last thing here. The last thing here: The Trump Golf Organisation now has a golf course in my home borough of the Bronx, Trump Links .

by | March 02, 2019 | 00:34

Indian military officials said on Thursday they welcomed Pakistan's plan to return the captured Indian pilot on Friday. The parliamentary panel asked the government to "go all out to explain" to the global community the reasons behind India's decision to carry out the air strike on Jaish-e-Mohammad terror camp, PTI reported quoting unidentified officials.

by | March 02, 2019 | 00:55

After Indian Air Force carried out pre-emptive air strikes to counter terrorism across the LoC (Line of Control) Balakot on intervening night of 25 and 26 February to destroy terror camps of Masood Azhar's Jaish-e-Mohammed. In an election rally in Rajasthan, India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi assured the people that "India is in safe hands". Gokhale may have used the unusual characterization to stress the point that India had not, and did not wish to, target Pakistan's own national ...

by | March 02, 2019 | 01:09

President Trump reportedly ordered former Chief of Staff John Kelly to give son-in-law Jared Kushner a top-secret security clearance, even though the decision was not supported by the intelligence community. "There is no nepotism exception for background investigations." Kushner's lawyer called it an error. "That was conveyed to the media at the time , and new stories, if accurate, do not change what was affirmed at the time ", he added.

by | March 01, 2019 | 01:49

The commission said it took note of the Israel's assertion that the protests masked "terror activities" by Palestinian armed groups, and also that some demonstrators were members of armed groups. Criticizing the Israeli military's rules of engagement, which has included using snipers to prevent protesters from reaching the fence, the commission said that "less lethal alternatives remained available and substantial defenses were in place, rendering the use of lethal force neither necessary ...

by | March 01, 2019 | 01:32

Cohen also traced out some of the pathways federal prosecutors could pursue toward potential bank fraud or insurance fraud by Trump's business or its executives. But he does have "suspicions" about it. In prepared testimony obtained by media, Cohen also says that Trump implicitly told him to lie about a Moscow real estate project.

by | March 01, 2019 | 02:14

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer , speaking immediately after Wilson-Raybould's testimony, said Trudeau had lost the moral authority to govern the country and called for the prime minister to resign . Eight top managers of SNC-Lavalin are accused of bribing foreign officials. When Prince suggested that would be interference, Butts purportedly said, "Jess, there is no solution here that does not involve some interference".

by | February 28, 2019 | 02:10

Livingstone ultimately quit Labour in May last year following a two-year suspension over allegations of anti-semitism. All but one of those defectors, 11 in all, have formed what they call the Independent Group . And he's repeatedly and consistently refused to do so. Derby North MP Chris Williamson said he regretted his "choice of words" and insisted he had not meant to minimise the seriousness of anti-Semitism.

by | February 28, 2019 | 02:02

Gregg Olson, operations director of AFRICOM, said in a statement. The United States carried out almost 50 strikes in Somalia in 2018. The US has recently boosted its attacks against the group , killing 62 militants in coordinated strikes in December and over 50 more in January.

by | February 28, 2019 | 01:28

And both India and Pakistan laid claim to this border state which abuts both the two countries. The Press Trust of India (PTI) reported that Pakistani fighter planes crossed at Poonch and Nowshera, two locations on the Indian side of the de facto border, but were repelled.

by | February 28, 2019 | 02:33

Cardinal George Pell leaves court in Melbourne on March 5, 2018. The outcome of that committal process was that Pell would face two jury trials. The disclosure comes after a previous trial on the same five charges dating back to August ended in a hung jury.

by | February 27, 2019 | 01:14

The story is devloping.... Ramos has previously angered one of Maduro's strongest critics: U.S. President Donald Trump , who famously had the journalist removed from a news conference on the campaign trail in 2015 when he asked about his anti-immigrant views toward Mexicans.

by | February 27, 2019 | 01:24

He is the only president in modern history to decline to do so. Sanders can tout his popularity among small donors, something that's coveted in the Democratic primary, as his average overall contribution hovers around $25. The consultant added that he would be happy to advise Sanders in the future. "Sen. Sanders campaigned so aggressively for Secretary Clinton, at such a grueling pace, it became a story unto itself, setting the model for how a former opponent can support a nominee in a ...

by | February 26, 2019 | 01:02

If the plan is rejected, Labour will then support a second referendum. Welsh Labour supporters of a new referendum on the European Union have welcomed moves by the party frontbench to support a fresh vote. The government source said any ministers who backed the amendment "will be expected to resign". One way or another, we will do everything in our power to prevent no deal and oppose a damaging Tory Brexit based on Theresa May's overwhelmingly rejected deal.

by | February 26, 2019 | 02:06

On Saturday, Meghan rocked another cape dress when she touched down at the airport in Casablanca, this one a red Valentino number which she paired with nude heels. Speculation further swirled when Meghan's former Suits co-star Abigail Spencer arrived at the shower carrying a gift wrapped in blue paper. Although neither Markle nor British taxpayers footed the bill, The Times led the critically-toned coverage, headlining its article on Friday: "Meghan's extravagant NY baby shower ...

by | February 26, 2019 | 02:21

But she told The New Yorker that she believed the issues her lawsuit addressed outweighed the consequences of breaking her contract. After Trump was alerted by Secret Service that he was due for his next rally, she urged him "to go in there and 'kick ass'".

by | February 26, 2019 | 01:52

The United States pulled out of an global agreement on Iran's nuclear programme in May and reimposed harsh sanctions on Tehran . All these are opening the curtain for Iran's annual military drill. This system will surprise the enemies as they can not identify the location where the missiles are launched. Iran last week confirmed that it had failed twice in the past two months to launch a satellite into orbit.

by | February 26, 2019 | 01:09

Iran's foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif , who played a key role in the 2015 nuclear deal, announced his resignation today. "I sincerely apologize for the inability to continue serving and for all the shortcomings during my service".

by | February 26, 2019 | 02:15

Diverting funds to the project will 'undermine USA national security and foreign policy interests, ' the 58 ex-officials wrote in the letter , first reported by the Washington Post . The president reminded them that their voters supported the idea of more physical barriers at the Southern border. "I want to make sure that the resolution of disapproval is exactly what I think it is, because if it is as I understand it to be, I will likely be supporting the resolution to disapprove of the ...

by | February 26, 2019 | 01:30

Videos posted online from the American side of the river show advancing banks of ice toppling trees and light poles. Incredible video posted to social media by the Niagara Parks Police Service shoes the ice stacked up along Niagara River Parkway, and falling onto the roadway.

by | February 25, 2019 | 00:53

Search and recovery crews have recovered one body and the search continued Sunday for two more at the site where a Boeing 767 cargo plane crashed into a coastal bay near Houston with three people aboard. The sheriff said first responders found debris no larger than 50 feet across. The depth of the water where the plane crashed is up to 5 feet. The 767 lost radar and radio contact with controllers about 1:45 p.m.

by | February 25, 2019 | 00:51

A blanket of thick black smoke engulfed the area causing panic among locals and visitors to the Aero India event. However, officials at the ground attempted to maintain calm at the air base, The Hindu reported . The likely cause of the fire is dry grass and strong wind. The fire has been fully extinguished now. There are no reports of any injuries. The tragedy took place at the venue of Aero India-2019 event in Yelahanka.

by | February 25, 2019 | 00:37

The Brexit vote must not be frustrated and the government needs to maintain an "absolute" focus on delivering it, Theresa May has said. Business minister Greg Clark, work and pensions minister Amber Rudd, and justice minister David Gauke signalled in a Daily Mail column that they will side with rebels and opposition parties to stop Britain leaving without a deal if necessary.

by | February 24, 2019 | 01:30

FAA spokesperson Lynn Lunsford said that initial reports indicated that three people were on board. The sheriff said first responders found debris no larger than 50 feet across. The sheriff said recovering pieces of the plane, its black box containing flight data records and any remains of the people on board will be hard in muddy marshland that extends to about 1.5 metres deep in the area.

by | February 24, 2019 | 02:09

The aid consists of food kits "containing rice, beans, sugar, and salt to feed almost 3,500 people for 10 days and additional rice to feed an estimated 6,100 people for one month", a fact sheet from the State Department says. President Nicolas Maduro has ordered Venezuela's armed forces to block the aid from crossing into the country, as the embattled president denies that Venezuela suffers from widespread shortages of food and medicine.

by | February 24, 2019 | 01:06

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Peoples Conference and CPI (M) also opposed the government crackdown on activists. "Let these politicians also go to battle fronts and then experience how much destruction is caused because of wars", she added.

by | February 24, 2019 | 02:45

The sentencing memorandum is the last major requisite court filing in Mueller's longest running case, a sprawling prosecution of Manafort that led investigators to gather exhaustive information about his hidden Cypriot bank accounts, Ukrainian political efforts in Europe and the U.S., and into Manafort's time on the 2016 presidential campaign.

by | February 23, 2019 | 01:21

Witnesses said they saw a convoy of about 10 trucks leave the Islamic State's last enclave, a patch of land covered with tents spanning no more than several hundred square meters. The United Nations human rights chief on Tuesday accused the armed group of possible war crimes, noting some 200 families were facing intensified air and ground attacks by the US-led coalition forces and civilians were being prevented from fleeing.

by | February 23, 2019 | 01:38

May needs to convince eurosceptics in her Conservative Party that the backstop will not keep Britain indefinitely tied to the European Union , but also that she is still considering a compromise idea agreed between Brexit supporters and pro-EU lawmakers.

by | February 22, 2019 | 01:23

Earlier Julfikar Rahman, a director of the local Fire Service and Civil Defence, commented: "So far 56 bodies have been recovered". Fire officials said the road closures worsened traffic, slowing down some of the fire trucks rushing to the site.

by | February 22, 2019 | 02:34

A young woman born in the United States who joined the Islamic State four years ago does not qualify for citizenship and has no legal basis to return to the country, the USA secretary of state announced today. Read the full report at Fox News . After he died, she married a Tunisian fighter and had her son Adam. With her 18-month-old son balanced on her lap, she said she had given up the extremist "ideology" that convinced her to leave her family and that she wanted to be welcomed home by ...