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Both of North Korea's patron nations insist that Pyongyang has legitimate grievances that should be settled through negotiations with the USA and South Korea. "The members are starting to get us to act, whether it is with United Nations reform, whether it's with peacekeeping, we are starting to see a lot of changes".
  • Martin Shkreli has bail revoked in securities fraud case, heads to jail

    Martin Shkreli has bail revoked in securities fraud case, heads to jail

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    Matsumoto told Shkreli's attorney Benjamin Brafman that she was "applying the law as best I can to this set of facts", referring to the fact that Shkreli's Facebook offer is still standing. Shkreli also kept calling the prosecution "junior varsity" in front of the jurors (way to go on making them love you, dude). Martin Shkreli apologized to a federal judge and asked her not to revoke his bail for offering money to anyone who could grab a lock of Hillary Clinton's hair.
  • Norma, now a hurricane, to start creeping toward Baja California today

    Norma, now a hurricane, to start creeping toward Baja California today

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    That storm, still packing maximum sustained winds of 110 kilometers (70 miles) per hour, was moving inland over southern Mexico at approximately 13 kilometers per hour, according to the US National Hurricane Center. Last week, Hurricane Katia battered the Atlantic coast of Mexico and later blew itself out in the center of the country without causing major damage.
  • Trump pledges collaboration after tweet on London attack

    Trump pledges collaboration after tweet on London attack

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    Another witness, software developer Sylvain Pennec, told CNN: "It was maybe 10 meters from me, the explosion. And I didn't look back". Mojgan Jamali, who lives on the road where the house was raided this afternoon, said police gave her just "one minute" to pack her bags, grab her children, and leave her home.
  • Koala goes on 16km ride attached to axle of auto

    Koala goes on 16km ride attached to axle of auto

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    It then found itself being driven for 16km through winding, hilly terrain. The driver, who has not been identified, only realised they had picked up an extra passenger when they stopped the vehicle and heard the cries of the animal. "She's been crying, was very distressed and was in shock for 48 hours". Once she released her grip, rescuers realised the koala was not seriously injured, but very dirty and covered in oil and grease.
  • Maria strengthens into tropical storm, expected to continue growing

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    That should slow the storm and cause it to head to the northwest. Hurricane watches have been issued for Antigua and Barbuda, St. Kitts and Nevis, and Montserrat. The main impacts will be rising seas, rough surf, rip current risk starting as early as this weekend, gusty winds, and tropical-like rain bands with an onshore wind with gusts near 40 to 60 miles per hour.
  • Florida east coast may have power back by Sunday

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    The Utility says customers should expect to have it by end of day Sunday. "We will get the lights back on". Fifteen percent of FPL customers are still without power across the state, according to Gould, who said there have been "significant challenges" getting power restored calling it an "extremely complex" operation.
  • Commander: Iraq Launches Operation near Syrian Border

    Commander: Iraq Launches Operation near Syrian Border

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    Iraqi forces have claimed control of a western town near the Syrian border from Islamic State, hours after they started a major offensive against the extremist group there. Imed Meshaal, mayor of Rutba, a desert town further south recaptured from ISIL a year ago, said the militants had turned the area into a major hub for arms caches, training camps and command centres.