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by | October 21, 2017 | 01:09

Both charges resulted in a $330 fine. Scott got caught later in March 2016 when he was speeding, another time in April 2016 after being involved in a vehicle crash, and yet again in July 2016 by campus police. The charge was dismissed in exchange for Scott's plea to one count of impeding traffic. What might be worse is that the junior has been cited for the same issue across two different states, including MI and his native Ohio.

by | October 21, 2017 | 01:03

The Hindu community of Northern Sindh was busy doing preparations for the three-day Diwali festival arrangements, beginning Wednesday evening. The tradition originated as a festival marking the last harvest of the year before the start of winter and spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness, good over evil, knowledge over ignorance, and hope over despair.

by | October 21, 2017 | 01:03

Dramatic waves, high-speed winds and rain could hit coastal areas in Suffolk and north Essex as a result of the weather system and - a yellow Met Office warning for wind is in place from 4am on Saturday until at least midday. Short term loss of power and other services is also possible, it said. Dave Reynolds, a forecaster for The Weather Company, said: "This storm is going to be large enough to affect the whole of the UK".

by | October 21, 2017 | 01:01

The kneeling issue didn't come up Tuesday, the league sources said. Goodell, while maintaining that players should stand for the anthem , said the National Football League is not looking to become a political organization. This comes on the heels of the Jacksonville Jaguars apologizing to the city's director of military affairs chief - as well as local military representatives - for kneeling during the American national anthem and standing for the British national anthem prior to their game ...

by | October 21, 2017 | 01:01

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said the situation with North Korea is different and riskier now because of its nuclear capability. On Monday, North Korea's deputy United Nations ambassador warned that a "nuclear war may break out any moment", which has forced South Korea and Japan to consider their security options, including the deployment of USA tactical weapons in both countries.

by | October 21, 2017 | 01:02

A spokesperson did not respond to additional questions about Shipley's claims that he notified Fox News the day after the story ran, or how Fox News normally checks the validity of a guest's prior military service. But here's the gag-and because it's 2017, there's always a gag: According to the Military Times , homeboy never served in Vietnam . The military newspaper Navy Times first revealed Garofalo's deception.

by | October 20, 2017 | 01:09

She told the council that Iran "has repeatedly thumbed its nose" at council resolutions aimed at addressing Iranian support for terrorism and regional conflicts and has illegally supplied weapons to Yemen and Hezbollah militants in Syria and Lebanon.

by | October 20, 2017 | 01:07

Hamas, which controls the Gaza Strip and has vowed to continue its struggle until the Jewish State is no more, has already issued a protest suggesting the demands of the USA envoy constitute "blatant interference" in a purely Palestinian issue.

by | October 20, 2017 | 01:07

The suit alleged that certain employees of GM and General Motors Corporation, knew as early as 2004 that the ignition switch posed a safety defect because it could cause airbag non-deployment. "Misrepresentations of safety standards are particularly troubling when they deal with motor vehicles because of the potential damage that can be done".

by | October 20, 2017 | 01:03

The Swedish auto maker took the wraps off the "Polestar 1" , a four-seater hybrid coupe in a ceremony in Shanghai - its first salvo as it positions the brand as a competitor to Tesla Inc and the Mercedes AMG division. It will be built at the Polestar Production Centre in Chengdu, China. Things could change in the future as Polestar has hinted it might eventually decide to sell the vehicle in the traditional sense of the word.

by | October 19, 2017 | 01:08

In a recent note to clients, Edward Glossop, Latin America economist at Capital Economics, said the currency could tumble to at least 22 per dollar, but probably further, to about 22.50 or 23 per dollar if the trade deal were to collapse. Many of Lighthizer's comments at his news conference focused on manufacturing - particularly the automobile sector. "If we can't make a deal, it will be terminated and that will be fine", he said, adding the United States could consider separate deals with ...

by | October 19, 2017 | 01:04

Security officials said a remote-controlled bomb was set off as an army vehicle passed by. At least 14 people, including seven police personnel, were killed and 21 injured this year in June in a suicide auto bombing near the office of provincial police chief of Balochistan.

by | October 19, 2017 | 01:07

Amnesty International has accused Myanmar's security forces of killing hundreds of men, women and children during a systematic campaign to expel the Rohingya. The U.N. convention, passed in the wake of the Nazi holocaust, requires countries to act to prevent and punish genocide, which it defines as any of a number of acts committed with the "intent to destroy, in whole or in part" a national, ethnic, racial or religious group.

by | October 18, 2017 | 01:08

At least five firefighters have been injured as they tended to a growing fire in the Santa Cruz Mountains on Monday night. What: Around 150 homes evacuated due to the Bear Fire in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Officials said evacuation orders are in place for the community of Deer Creek as well as Las Cumbres. "We're going to hit it as hard as we can", she said.

by | October 18, 2017 | 01:04

The meeting will be terminated in fourth part of negotiations, USA trade representative Robert Lighthizer , Canadian Foreign Minister Christia Freeland and Mexican economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo Villarreal. Describing some of the demands as "ridiculously extreme", Moises Kalach, head of the worldwide negotiating arm of Mexico's powerful CCE business lobby, said the US government knew that it would not be able to push them through.

by | October 18, 2017 | 01:05

Tensions have soared between the US and North Korea following a series of weapons tests by Pyongyang and a string of increasingly bellicose exchanges between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un . Tension between the USA and North Korea have escalated in recent months with Kim ramping up the country's nuclear armament, touting its intercontinental ballistic missiles could strike the U.S.

by | October 17, 2017 | 00:59

Algonquin College says the campus will remain open, but all classes are cancelled except continuing education classes after 6 p.m. Students scheduled to be on a clinical placement will also have the placement cancelled. "We should have had a deal based on our final offer". "None of our members want to be out here on strike", he said. "Many have started to do the job but quickly realize it's not worth it".

by | October 17, 2017 | 01:00

In response to the anti-aircraft missile, the IAF sent out a second sortie, which targeted the anti-aircraft system and "incapacitated" the offending SA-5 battery, the IDF said. Israel and Syria have exchanged numerous tit-for-tat attacks over the disputed area of Golan Hights, seized by Israel during the Six-Day War in 1967.

by | October 17, 2017 | 01:01

Another account depicts Trump making fun of Pence's drive to repeal the landmark abortion ruling Roe v. Wade . But during one campaign meeting with a legal scholar reported by The New Yorker , Trump made light of Pence's reputation on gay issues - he had signed a tough IN law that was called discriminatory and brought boycotts.

by | October 17, 2017 | 01:01

The Perth woman said cabin crew were panicking, but left passengers in the dark. "They went hysterical. There was no real panic before that. It was really upsetting", a passenger named Leah told 9News. Another passenger, Mark Bailey, mentioned that the hostesses were screaming "Emergency!" "We thought 'why is she running?' Then the masks fell down and everybody started panicking".

by | October 17, 2017 | 00:57

In a press statement issued later, the government had said that tourism projects worth Rs 370 crores were proposed under which schemes worth Rs 156 crores were meant for the Taj Mahal and its adjoining areas. Taking on Sangeet Som, former Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) chief minister Omar Abdullah, while expressing his disagreement with Som's statements tweeted saying, "No more Red Fort speeches on August 15.

by | October 16, 2017 | 08:38

India skipper Manpreet Singh recalled the last meet, in which his boys routed Pakistan by 7-1 in the pool stage and followed it up with a 6-1 win in the classification match. India a strong title contender defeated Japan by 5-1 in their first match while thrashed Bangladesh by 7-0 in the second match. However, the match against Pakistan was expected to be a relatively tough contest.

by | October 16, 2017 | 08:32

About 300 passengers were served breakfast by the pantry staff of the Tejas Express. Konkan Railway officials confirmed the development and said, "All passengers were deboarded at Chiplun and rushed to government and private hospitals". "After couple of hours, more passengers complained of similar symptoms". Saxena said a show-cause notice has been served to the catering contractor and "strict action is contemplated" if he is found guilty.

by | October 16, 2017 | 05:04

Despite Mr.al-Abadi's statements, Iraq's central government has made moves to isolate the Kurdish region with a series of measures in recent weeks, including banning worldwide flights from landing there and demanding a halt to all crude oil sales by the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG).

by | October 15, 2017 | 01:55

The explosion happened in a busy area of Mogadishu. Another witness said there was a traffic jam and that the area was packed with people and cars when it happened. "Two civilians were killed", Siyad Farah, a police major, told Reuters, adding that a suspect had been caught on suspicion of planting explosives. There was no immediate claim of responsibility, although the Islamist al-Shabaab group has carried out regular attacks.