• One Killed in Hartford Shooting

    One Killed in Hartford Shooting

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    The incident was categorized as a drive-by shooting by investigators. Shamsuddeen and Magwood somehow suffered non-life-threatening gunshot wounds, according to police. Hartford Police are investigating the area of Durham St where one person was killed from gunfire on Friday night. The other, a passenger, was grazed in the head but alert when police arrived.
  • Governor Cuomo traveling to Puerto Rico to assist in hurricane relief

    Governor Cuomo traveling to Puerto Rico to assist in hurricane relief

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    Everyday American Airlines Cargo Supervisor Israel Pacheco has a mission: get the supplies out of his warehouse and on the American jets and to their destination. Figueroa said his mother insisted on waiting out the storm in her concrete home . "Yesterday we were canvassing and we found elderly people that don't have blood pressure medicine, food", she said.
  • Russian Federation 'concerned' by escalation of Korea tensions after Trump, Kim exchange

    Russian Federation 'concerned' by escalation of Korea tensions after Trump, Kim exchange

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    South Korea, Russia and China all urged calm. Trump has traded tough rhetoric with Pyongyang as it pushed an increasingly brazen weapons programme in recent months, with missile launches and its sixth nuclear test . China's central bank would not take questions by phone Friday and did not immediately respond to a faxed request for comment. He says the USA keeps pressing Russian Federation and China to do more to squeeze Pyongyang economically.
  • 'Dawood' calls Anjali Damania: 'Drop cases against Eknath Khadse'

    'Dawood' calls Anjali Damania: 'Drop cases against Eknath Khadse'

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    Damania quoted the telephonic conversation: "Tune jina haram kar rakha hai sabka". "Whatever matter (related to corruption) I have taken up and fought against the people like Ajit Pawar, Sunil Tatkare, Chhagan Bhujbal, (Nitin) Gadkari or Khadseji, I always took the lawful route of court", She said.
  • Korea, US, Japan vow 'maximum pressure' on N. Korea

    Korea, US, Japan vow 'maximum pressure' on N. Korea

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    China and Russian Federation have started joint naval drills near North Korea , amid continuing tensions chiefly between Pyongyang and Washington that risk turning into a military conflict. The drills are the second part of China-Russian naval exercises this year; the first part was staged in the Baltic in July. His comments come just two days after U.S.
  • China limits oil trade to North Korea

    China limits oil trade to North Korea

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    The locations are around 50 kilometers away (more than 30 miles) from the site of previous nuclear tests , the group said . North Korea's Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho, now in NY for a United Nations meeting, warned on Thursday that Kim could consider a hydrogen bomb test of an unprecedented scale over the Pacific.
  • Equifax Makes Fake Phishing Site

    Equifax Makes Fake Phishing Site

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    Mr. Sweeting said he had created the site exclusively to draw attention to the weakness of Equifax's security. He says it only took him 20 minutes. The layout was the same as the real version, but the text differed. This time, their official Twitter account sent users to a completely fake website - exposing customers to potential phishing scams. Although the misspelled link likely wasn't intentional on Equifax's part, it demonstrates just how easy it is for attackers to trick consumers.
  • USA bombers fly near North Korean coast in demonstration of 'resolve'

    USA bombers fly near North Korean coast in demonstration of 'resolve'

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    The recalcitrant communist nation is increasingly being seen as a serious threat by the global community and in the Asia-Pacific region, as Pyongyang continues to flex its military muscle with repeated missile and nuclear tests. Trump repeated the epithet at a campaign event in Alabama on Friday, adding that Kim is a "madman out there, shooting rockets all over the place" who "should've been handled a long time ago".
  • Hillary Clinton rides a carousel of excuses

    Hillary Clinton rides a carousel of excuses

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    However, electing Barack Obama did not end racism, she continued, but it gave the country a chance to say "we are better than this". I keep coming back to the election. Like Clinton herself, it's hard to tell at first glance whether much of " What Happened " is genuine or fabricated, but the book accomplishes one thing extremely well: it entirely and exhaustively stays consistent with the messages and themes Clinton tried to portray in her presidential campaign.