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William and George were met by Helen Haslem, head of the lower school, with William telling the teacher that his son had been watching and had "noticed" the other boys going into the school in their uniforms. "But the emphasis is on making sure they feel safe, they feel secure and they feel happy". Thomas said that the school's hope was that "he will be himself".
  • NK's most powerful nuclear test a 'perfect success,' says leader Kim

    NK's most powerful nuclear test a 'perfect success,' says leader Kim

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    A hydrogen bomb , as opposed to the atomic weapons that North Korea has previously tested, would have a yield in the hundreds of kilotons, as opposed to a few tens of kilotons. Beijing condemned the test Sunday. Following today's reported nuclear bomb test by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), the head of the United Nations atomic agency has spoken against " an extremely regrettable act " that completely disregarded the worldwide community's repeated demands.
  • Latest North Korean missile test continues to strain worldwide relations

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    And if it does, North Korea will likely demand a halt of the U.S. The B-1Bs were flown in from Andersen Air Force Base in Guam while the F-35Bs came from a USA base in Iwakuni, Japan. Covert efforts to bring down the regime by instigating internal dissent, and attempts to sabotage North Korean weapons, are also rumoured to be methods potentially used by enemies of Kim Jong-un, the reclusive state's leader.
  • South Korea's Moon orders maximum retaliatory measures over North Korea

    South Korea's Moon orders maximum retaliatory measures over North Korea

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    As usual, the undiplomatic president first ran to Twitter to make his feelings known, writing, "North Korea has conducted a major Nuclear Test". Chung added that he had talked with H.R. "In the emerging conditions it is absolutely essential to keep cool, refrain from any actions that could lead to a further escalation of tensions", Russia's foreign ministry said, adding that North Korea risked "serious consequences".
  • National Football League locals: Taysom Hill claimed by New Orleans Saints off waivers

    National Football League locals: Taysom Hill claimed by New Orleans Saints off waivers

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    I can only control what I can do. The move with Barlcay, who suffered an ankle injury early in camp, adds clarity to why the Packers kept both Lucas Patrick and Justin McCray on the 53-man roster at the final cutdown Saturday. He began and ended last season on their active roster as a rookie free agent out of Wesley College (Delaware). Hill, an undrafted player out of BYU, impressed during the preseason, completing 14-20 passes for 149 yards and two touchdowns.
  • Slight chances for weekend showers, thunderstorms

    Slight chances for weekend showers, thunderstorms

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    With the weather for Labor Day expected to be mostly sunny and warm, the National Weather Service is predicting cooler temperatures as the week progresses. Assuming that scenario is correct, there would be some showers for tailgaters on Thursday afternoon, with most of the rain ending by kickoff. Highs will be 10-15 degrees above average for this time of year with temperatures topping off in the 90s and 100s.
  • North Korea boasts development of advanced Hydrogen bomb

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    Following the country's claim of an accelerated nuclear arsenal, President Trump spoke with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe about efforts to maximize pressure on North Korea . "We strongly urge the DPRK ( North Korea ) to face the strong will of denuclearisation from the worldwide community, earnestly abide by the relevant resolutions of the UN Security Council, stop taking mistaken actions which worsen the situation and are also not in line with its own interests, and effectively return ...
  • Trump seeks $7.85 billion 'down payment' for Hurricane Harvey relief

    Trump seeks $7.85 billion 'down payment' for Hurricane Harvey relief

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    President Donald Trump may have managed to act somewhat more presidential on his Saturday trip to Houston, TX to meet with survivors of Hurricane Harvey , but he couldn't resist a sideways remark at the press about a long-running gripe. Multiple outlets note that while some Republicans have been against raising the debt ceiling in the past, many are on board now because of the need for Harvey relief.
  • UK, Japan to hike 'pace of sanctions' against N. Korea: May

    UK, Japan to hike 'pace of sanctions' against N. Korea: May

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    The leaders of Japan and Britain pledged on Thursday to cooperate in countering the threat posed by North Korea, two days after it fired a missile over northern Japan. The British leader is on the second day of a three-day visit to Japan that is focusing on Brexit , trade and security. Before the meeting, May described Japan as "the UK's closest security partner in Asia" and a "like-minded partner".
  • John Kelly reportedly ousting Omarosa for 'triggering' Trump

    John Kelly reportedly ousting Omarosa for 'triggering' Trump

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    He tried to reign Donald Trump in and make him slightly more likely for the American public, trying to cut back on his Tweeting , cut back on the amount of fake news that he is actually exposed to, meaning Fox news and Breitbart. During Zilinsky's podcast last week, Taylor asked Zilinsky if he could share a prophecy he claims God delivered to him in July, in which God allegedly promised to "clean out the news media" and restore it with "righteous people".