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The first big Santa Anas of the season will arrive overnight, with the potential to blast the Hollywood Hills and Malibu with hot air and dry winds gusting up to 70 miles per hour in some places, forecasters said Sunday. The National Weather Service issued a fire weather watch for parts of San Diego County today, as windy conditions were expected to elevate the risk of fires throughout the region this week.
  • Ghana begin Federation Internationale de Football Association U-17 World Cup with a win

    Ghana begin Federation Internationale de Football Association U-17 World Cup with a win

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    India next play Ghana in their next Group A match. A pulsating first half at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium saw India come within inches of breaking the deadlock. He converted from close range after a cross from the left by captain Eric Ayiah, who wasted a chance of his own in the second half. Colombia nearly found the equaliser off a counter attack in the 81st minute when left winger Deiber Caicedo latched on to pass from the midfield and made a speedy run into the Ghana penalty box.
  • Pakistan no more dependent on U.S. for military requirement: PM Abbasi

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    Earlier in the day, the newly appointed Naval Chief Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi also met the prime minister in Islamabad and discussed professional matters pertaining to Pakistan Navy. "In Afghanistan, we don't see any role for India", Abbasi said. He said that terrorist, who are carrying out attacks in Pakistan have their sanctuaries in Afghanistan.
  • Arrest after German police release images of sex-abuse girl

    Arrest after German police release images of sex-abuse girl

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    Ungefuk said there was no link between this case and the Elysium platform, a child pornography network with 90,000 users whose suspected operator was arrested in July. Chief prosecutor Georg Ungefuk from the Central Office for Combating Cyber Crime said of the perpetrator: "He is a German citizen". The perpetrator uploaded vile videos of the little girl suffering, according to The Sun.
  • Sonipat bomb blasts: Convict Abdul Karim Tunda awarded life sentence

    Sonipat bomb blasts: Convict Abdul Karim Tunda awarded life sentence

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    A fine of Rs 1 lakh was also imposed on Karim. The LeT bomb expert was suspected to be involved in several blasts cases across the country, some of which are still pending. In September this year, Tunda's statements in the case were recorded. In 2002, a Sonepat court had acquitted the arrested duo for want of evidence.
  • United Nations sanctions committee bans 4 ships from entering ports

    United Nations sanctions committee bans 4 ships from entering ports

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    Last month, the 15-member council further adopted a resolution on September 11, extending bans to include North Korea's textile exports. The vessels were said to have transported coal, seafood and iron ore, which are exports banned by UN Security Council Resolution 2371, adopted unanimously on August 5.
  • Senator tweets Trump shot 73 in windy, wet conditions

    Senator tweets Trump shot 73 in windy, wet conditions

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    Graham didn't give out his own score, but did reveal that he was beaten by the 71-year-old president, who he claims shot just two strokes more than his age. "We have a very aggressive fall agenda, and will continue meeting and working with members of congress to get things accomplished", the White House noted in a readout of the afternoon to reporters.
  • Who was Fridtjof Nansen, today's Google Doodle

    Who was Fridtjof Nansen, today's Google Doodle

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    Nansen mixed his scientific interests with his exploratory instincts to draw in a series of achievements that brought him worldwide fame. After his death, the league established the Nansen International Office for Refugees to mark and to continue his work.
  • Fraudulent ad-blocking extension tricks 37000 Google Chrome users

    Fraudulent ad-blocking extension tricks 37000 Google Chrome users

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    At the time, SwiftOnSecurity reported, nearly 37,000 people had already downloaded this application. The fake extension raises further question marks over the vetting process on Google's official Web Store. Such a move was meant to prevent users from downloading malicious software on their computers. After pointed out by SwiftOnSecurity on Twitter, Google has finally pulled the fake extension and the company hasn't issued any statement yet.