• Lowcountry forecast: Sunny skies, but things will be rough along the coast

    Lowcountry forecast: Sunny skies, but things will be rough along the coast

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    Sunday , it will be mostly sunny with a high near 87 and a south southeast wind of 5 to 8 miles per hour, the weather service said. Monday will be sunny with highs in the upper 80s. Overnight will be muggy with those dew points in the lower 70's and calm winds. Otherwise, partly sunny, with a high near 66. SUNDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear skies and mild temperatures will be around with a low of 64 degrees.
  • North Korea May Blow Up Hydrogen Bomb in Pacific

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    In recent weeks, North Korea has tested ballistic missiles and an apparent hydrogen bomb in the face of worldwide economic sanctions and warnings . Like China, North Korea is not a signatory to the 1963 Partial Nuclear Test Ban (PNTB) Treaty. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un inspecting the Command of the Strategic Force of the Korean People's Army.
  • Trump Efforts to Reopen Negotiations on Iran Nuclear Pact Falter

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    If the USA decides to break the agreement, Rouhani said, "any choice and any option" are open for Iran "that we see as beneficial to our country" - but he dismissed Trump's "baseless accusation" that the nuclear deal may be providing cover for Iran's eventual construction of nuclear weapons.
  • India Using Chili Sprays, Stun Grenades to Dissuade Rohingya Influx

    India Using Chili Sprays, Stun Grenades to Dissuade Rohingya Influx

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    In an affidavit filed in the top court on Monday, the Centre had said inputs from security agencies indicated that some Rohingya Muslim refugees in India had links with terror groups based in Pakistan. "We have to think about the human rights of our own people before talking about the human rights of people from other countries", he said. The latest round of violence in Myanmar's strife-torn Rakhine State broke out on August 25 when Rohingya militants attacked dozens of security ...
  • Magnitude 6.2 quake hits Mexico

    Magnitude 6.2 quake hits Mexico

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    It was among thousands of aftershocks recorded in the wake of that earlier quake, the most powerful to hit Mexico in 32 years, which killed at least 90 people. One woman said it was impossible for the majority of the population to have access to basic groceries, as prices have risen three or four times above the normal value due to high demand.
  • Russian Federation at United Nations slams 'military hysteria' over North Korea

    Russian Federation at United Nations slams 'military hysteria' over North Korea

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    Lavrov recalled World War II when the United States and Russian Federation fought as allies against Nazi Germany. While Lavrov said that despite tensions in bilateral relations, the dialogue between Moscow and Washington never stopped. Speaking about the inadmissibility of interference in internal affairs of other countries, the non-recognition of coups as a method to change power in foreign states, unacceptability of illegal pressure on certain countries, Sergei Lavrov said that the ...
  • North Korea may test hydrogen bomb in Pacific: Foreign Minister

    North Korea may test hydrogen bomb in Pacific: Foreign Minister

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    Kim said that Trump's remarks had convinced him "that the path I chose is correct and that it is the one I have to follow to the last", adding that he was "thinking hard" about his response. President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe are discussing the ongoing crisis with North Korea . Also yesterday, Trump issued an executive order expanding the Treasury Department's ability to target anyone conducting significant trade in goods, services or technology with North ...
  • Nuclear weapons will not bring security for North Korea: Tillerson

    Nuclear weapons will not bring security for North Korea: Tillerson

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    Mattis said these launches are testing the us military to see how much North Korea can get away with before triggering a response. "The bottom line is: The missiles, were they to be a threat - whether it be to USA territory, Guam, [or] obviously Japan's territory - that would elicit a different response from us", he said.
  • China To Reduce Oil Supplies To North Korea And Halt Clothing Imports

    China To Reduce Oil Supplies To North Korea And Halt Clothing Imports

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    Xinhau, China's official news agency, said the country's seismic service registered a 3.4 magnitude event that it originally viewed as "likely caused" by an "explosion". But the official from the South Korean agency said the analysis of seismic waves and the lack of sound waves clearly showed that the quake was not caused by an artificial explosion.