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Red Dead Redemption 2 Officially Announced, Coming Fall 2017


Red Dead Redemption 2 is available for pre-order on Amazon . "The vast and atmospheric world forms the basis for a whole new online multiplayer experience". Red Dead Redemption 1 story spoilers follow below. The game will be released in the fall of 2017 for Sony's PlayStation 4 and Microsoft's Xbox One. Read More »

Bhubaneswar: SUM Hospital suspends four staff members after fire that killed 20

A short-circuit in the hospital's dialysis unit was suspected to be the cause of the blaze , which was put out three hours after it started. Wasting no time however, the State Fire Service Organisation (SFSO) has made a decision to go for a fire safety verification drive of all the major hospitals, including the six medical colleges in the State. Read More »

US Destroyer Again Targeted by Missiles Off Coast of Yemen

The hostages, who were not identified, were transported from Yemen to neighboring Oman , the State Department said. The victims were taken to a hospital in Oman for treatment. Saturday's strike against USS Mason is the third that the ship suffered in a week. The unidentified party insisted the site was "a legitimate military target", the English-language statement said. Read More »

Campaign 2016: Trump's latest unfounded charge has Clinton on drugs


The Republican presidential nominee offered no evidence to support the freaky claim, which he appeared to base on his belief that Clinton was energetic at the start of their second debate and downbeat at its conclusion. The problem is that a majority of voters are buying none of it. A study by a Loyola Law School professor found that out of 1 billion votes cast in all American elections between 2000 and 2014, there were only 31 known cases of impersonation fraud. Read More »

Islamic State vows to 'defeat America' in Mosul video

Since it was captured at lightning speed by ISIS fighters in June 2014, Mosul has been a vital stronghold in the terror group's self-declared caliphate, holding strategic and symbolic importance. It will involve more than 25,000 troops, including the Iraqi army, the Kurdish peshmerga , Sunni tribal fighters and Shiite militias. Brig. Gen. Read More »

Iran sentences Iranian-American, his father each to 10 years


Unicef issued a statement last month saying it was " deeply concerned about his health and well-being ". Iranian officials privately say that their country has an obligation to secure the release of its nationals who have been jailed overseas for helping Tehran bypass sanctions - in some cases to obtain humanitarian supplies and medicine. Read More »

Death toll at 23 in hospital fire in eastern India


Earlier, a local legislator, Vijay Mohanti, said the fire broke out late Monday and spread to the intensive care unit at the private Sum Hospital in Bhubneswar. Since most patients in ICU can not move on their own, the focus of the rescue operations is presently on the first floor of the hospital where the ICU is located. Read More »

Thai crown prince names regent to manage his crown

The heir held an audience with prime minister Prayut Chan-ocha and Prem Tinsulanonda who is now standing in as regent, asking them to pass on his reassurances to the people. "I left home at 6 come here", she said. While analysts and Thais have always been nervous about a messy transition that could destabilize the country, such a scenario now seems unlikely - at least in the short term - with the military firmly in power today, Robert Dayley, author of the book Southeast Asia in the ... Read More »

Email: Hillary Clinton campaign sought to cancel Wall Street speech

On Saturday, WikiLeaks release an 2015 email exchange from Clinton campaign spokesman Nick Merrill and long-time Clinton aide Heather Samuelson about the State Department's apparent plans to place a favorable story with Associated Press reporters Matt Lee and Bradley Klapper about the release of emails from Clinton confidant Sydney Blumenthal as the missives are turned over to a Republican-led congressional committee. Read More »

India, Russia sign energy agreements


The leaders of both sides strongly condemned terrorism in all its forms and manifestations, and emphasized the necessity of comprehensive global collaboration in order to ensure its eradication. BRICS was formed in 2011 with the aim of using its growing economic and political influence to challenge Western hegemony, and nothing much has changed when it comes to thier trade or polictical relations. Read More »

OPEC Invites Russia For Meeting To Boost World Oil Prices

As informal talks continue in Istanbul, oil prices jumped to a year high before falling as analysts question producers' commitment to the deal. Even if there is an agreement, they said, it is unlikely that it would balance supply and demand next year because of the chance that some OPEC countries won't abide by targets and that non-OPEC nations will boost production. Read More »

Trump denies sexual assault allegations at rally

This story contains graphic language. Trump's predatory sexual behavior has been on blast since last Friday, when a video tape surfaced featuring Trump boasting about sexual assault. we're hearing these exact same things on the campaign trail". He told her he'd be coming to Los Angeles soon and he'd contact her . "I was so upset that he thought I was so insignificant that he could do that". Read More »

Led coalition increases airstrikes on militant-held Mosul

Responding to Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi's call last week for Turkey to pull its 2000 troops and two dozen tanks out of their base near Mosul , President Tayyip Recep Erdogan shot back on Tuesday saying Mr Abadi should "know his limits" since "the Turkish army has not lost so much standing as to take orders from you". Read More »

Hurricane Matthew death toll in SC reaches 4


In the case of Hurricane Matthew , these animals were essentially forced to lead miserable lives stuffed into cramped, filthy sheds, forced to stand in puddles of their own urine and feces, fed food that has been laden with antibiotics, and treated with zero respect, just to be fished out of a river and thrown away like an object. Read More »

SFD to Hold Smoke Alarm Campaign in Mooretown


Every year there is a new campaign and this year it is, 'Don't wait - check the date! Carbon monoxide detectors are important to have in your home, too. There will also be tours given of the station, which Jones said was one of the department's oldest and was built in 1903. They will not only check smoke detectors but install them for residents who don't have them. Read More »

Israeli leader blasts UN resolution on Jerusalem

The Israeli government viewed the vote as another instance of bias against the country's Jewish population at the United Nations, where Israel is routinely criticized for perceived violations of global law in its military occupation of the West Bank and continued settlement activity in the territory that the Palestinians have earmarked for a future Palestinian state. Read More »

Belgium's Wallonia rejects EU-Canada free trade deal

Wallonia, a francophone region of 3.5 million people in the south of Belgium, has concerns the deal would harm farming and industrial sectors that would have to compete with cheaper imports from Canada. Belgium's federal government needs the approval of all the country's seven assemblies to sign the deal. The deal to break down tariffs and other barriers to trade between the European Union and Canada requires the unanimous approval of all 28 members of the bloc. Read More »

US weighs response to Yemen rebel missile attack on ships

The launches came days after an Emirati ship suffered massive damage from a rocket attack. At the time of the incident, it was in global waters, north of the Bab al-Mandeb Strait. "Anybody who puts U.S. Navy ships at risk does so at their own peril". The state-run Saudi Press Agency reported the missile fire early Wednesday. Read More »

Republicans urge Trump to quit - then back him


Less than a week after sending out an ambiguous message that said Donald Trump "may" want to "reexamine his candidacy," Sen. But Trump's running mate, Mike Pence, and Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus stood by the nominee Monday despite the bleak prospects. Read More »

Has Sterling staged a stock market comeback?


Unemployment and inflation remain low, and the key services sector has continued to grow. British stocks fell agonizingly short of an all-time high on Tuesday as optimism grew that the country's exporters and multinationals will benefit from the pound's slide to another 31-year low against the dollar. Read More »

Locals head South to help with disaster relief


By the end of this week, more than 100 volunteers from L.A. will be stationed throughout the region, Jarrett Barrios, CEO of the American Red Cross told Canyon News. It focuses on basic disaster skills like fire safety, search and rescue and disaster medical operations. Meanwhile, the local Red Cross director is shifting locations too. Read More »

CNN hosts incessantly grill Eric Trump over Donald Trump's tax returns


On Tuesday night Trump's son faced further questions about the returns. "Governor Pence had to give Donald Trump his tax returns to show he is qualified to be vice president". When host Charlie Rose and his co-hosts tried to get an answer from Conway for how Trump lost almost a billion dollars in one year, she did her best to cover-up the negatives, by attacking Hillary Clinton . Read More »

Modi, the avenger of Uri, plays Lord Ram in Lucknow


In his 15 minute speech, Mr Modi, however, avoided any reference to the Army's recent surgical strikes across LoC carried out in response to the Uri attack in which 19 India soldiers were martyred. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is among those who have called for the government to share proof of the cross-border action against terrorists, which has been flatly denied by Pakistan as "fabricated". Read More »

Arab coalition says to probe Yemen funeral carnage


In September 2015, a suspected coalition air strike killed at least 131 civilians at a wedding near the Red Sea city of Mokha. The Saudi-led Arab coalition has denied any role in the attack in Sanaa banquet hall, inviting to explore other possible reasons by launching an immediate investigation. Read More »

Russia's parliament ratify pact allowing indefinite presence in Syria


Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov talks about security in Syria during a Security Council meeting at the United Nations in New York City on September 21. That failed ceasefire deal is annexed to the Russian draft United Nations resolution, which urges Moscow and Washington to ensure the implementation of the agreement. Read More »

Cross-border terror core issue for SAARC: Lankan PM


Singh appreciated that Sri Lanka is in general agreement with India on the need for an UN Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism (CCIT). Asked about the ongoing problem of fishermen between India and Sri Lanka, he said, first talks between fishermen associations on both sides will take place and later there will be joint talks soon. Read More »

Syria's Assad vows to retake Aleppo and rest of country

The northern city is one of Syria's most populous. "Let's be honest", Mistura said . Regime forces propped up by Russian airpower have pounded rebel-held eastern Aleppo since it took the area under siege in July, cutting the population off from essential food, medical and fuel supplies. Read More »

Red Cross Helping Firefighters Get Smoke Alarms to Homes That Need Them


If the smoke alarms in the home are not working, Gig Harbor Fire & Medic One will replace them with fully functioning smoke alarms for free or replace the batteries as needed. A family from Essex have been rescued from their home after a fire in their oven. "A disaster like a home fire can happen any time". Egger said that Mena residents should use this week to check the expiration on their smoke alarms, replace batteries on unexpired models, replace expired ones and check to make sure the ... Read More »

Diane James quits as UKIP leader

One of the two sources, a party source based in the European Parliament, told the Mirror: "I was informed that she had resigned this morning and written a statement". But there has been no official confirmation and Ukip's press office could not be reached for comment. Mr Farage greeted Diane James with a cringeworthy kiss last month before she promised a new "professional" direction for Ukip after his decade-long reign. Read More »