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Sep 12, 2017 - Reuters

MANILA Sept. 12 - A cyclone dumped heavy rains in the Philippine capital, Manila, and nearby provinces on Tuesday, causing widespread flooding and landslides in some areas that killed at least two people, the national disaster agency said. Financial markets, government offices and schools were closed and port operations in some provinces were suspended, it said. Several flights … (continue reading)

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Irma Floods Cuba Resorts, Rips Roofs, Topples Homes Reuters | 15:57 GMT

Taking charge in U.S. flood zone, a rescuer inflates his record | BBC | 16:45 GMT

Surprise flooding kills six in Tuscany Los Angeles Times | 17:02 GMT

Chance of thundershowers, hail and flash flooding in some burn areas, including La Tuna Canyon, forecasters say BBC | 17:05 GMT

Italy flooding kills six people in Livorno Reuters | 16:08 GMT

WRAPUP 10-Irma cuts power to 1 million in Florida, threatens catastrophic flooding Reuters | 16:03 GMT

Irma cuts power to 1 million in Florida, threatens catastrophic flooding MSNBC | 14:55 GMT

Miami Beach mayor: Hurricane Irma hasn’t brought us major flooding Los Angeles Times | 17:38 GMT

Irma preparations expand across several states; flooding in Miami after storm’'s landfall in the Keys Beaumont Enterprise | 15:53 GMT

Extension given to submit Louisiana flooding insurance form.

 link repaired: Politics: Flood ravages Nigeria, Niger, Sudan, Sierra Leone but only Hurricane IRMA gets the world’s attention

UN passes fresh sanctions on North Korea

Hurricane Irma begins to batter Florida Keys, Gov. Scott warns ‘leave’

Irma closes in with Tampa, not Miami, in the crosshairs

Hurricane Irma: Florida evacuates millions as superstorm batters Cuba - latest updates

Caribbean assesses damage from Hurricane Irma as Florida prepares for devastation Irma has destroyed homes, hotels and hospitals and left at least 22 dead

Politics: Flood ravages Nigeria, Niger, Sudan, Sierra Leone but only Hurricane IRMA gets the world’s attention

10:16 GMT - Pulse

Within the last month, the number of African countries with flood related incidence is about ten. But the attention paid to these events is far less than media  focus on Hurricane IRMA in the United States of America. More worrisome is the level of corporate inaction the victims of flood crises in Africa received. It was as if the Hurricane IRMA and flood crises in Africa are … (continue reading)

Mexico hit by one of biggest quakes ever, 15 killed

Magnitude 8 quake hits off South Mexico - Tsunami warning

Two Florida Nuclear Plants Are in Irma’s Projected Path — and One Is Already Leaking

Russia is preparing for a massive war but we don’t know where, warns Ukrainian president.

Hurricane Irma potentially catastrophic, sounds alarms across the Caribbean, Florida.

There are now 3 hurricanes in the Atlantic basin

Trump, his party, an American odd couple

Trump says ‘US not putting up with North Korea’s actions’

Vladimir Putin warns world faces 'global catastrophe' over North Korea

What happens if Korea attacks?5 things you need to know about North Korea.

Hurricane Irma strengthens to category 5

North Korea just fired a missile over Japan.Japanese told to take cover

Mediterranean rescue ship moves to Myanmar to save Rohingya

Canada’s Justin Trudeau condemns North Korea missile-testing, asks Un to step in. The statement called on the UN Security Council "to take further decisive action to effectively constrain North Korea's proliferation efforts."

* North Korea Declares H-Bomb Test a Perfect Success

* North Korea: Kim Jong Un observes missile-ready hydrogen bomb

Putin warns N. Korea situation on verge of 'large-scale conflict'

US bombers fly over Korean peninsula. U.S. flies B-1 bombers and F-35 stealth fighters over South Korea in show of force amid North Korea missile threat

Pope Francis to world leaders: ‘Listen to the cry of the earth

Mumbai paralysed by floods as India and region hit by worst monsoon rains in years

Mexico offers helping hand to Harvey victims

Higher seas to flood dozens of US cities. Is yours one of them?

US acknowledges more troops in Afghanistan than previously stated

Trump says ‘talking not the answer’on North Korea

Donald Trump warns ‘all options are on the table’ after North Korea’s latest missile launch

UPDATE: City’s emergency services have received more than 75,000 calls

Updated ‘We want to get to them’: Houston mayor says 185 ‘critical" rescues are priorityThompson Reuters Posted: Aug 28, 2017 6:40 AM ET Last Updated: Aug 28, 2017 12:06 PM ET

Harvey dealt Houston catastrophic flooding and it’s not over yet


Trump’s pardon of Sheriff Arpaio could spark a constitutional crisis

Full extent of Harvey’s aftermath starts to come into chilling focus

Catastrophic floods strike Houston, forcing thousands to flee


Hurricane Harvey has been upgraded to a category 4 storm, evacuations ordered

North Korea fires three short-range missiles; all fail

Hurricane Harvey likely to be ‘catastrophic,’ ‘life-threatening,’ forecasters warn

The Latest: Polish PM dismisses ‘arrogant Macron criticism

Typhoon Hato hits Hong Kong

Cars & Trains Flung by Typhoon in Asia

Typhoon Hato hits Hong Kong


Trump: We’ll probably end up terminating NAFTA

Remains found of some U.S. sailors missing in warship crash. The remains of “some” American sailors have been found in sealed compartments aboard the USS John S. McCain, Adm. Scott Swift of the U.S. Pacific Command said Tuesday.


Britain is under pressure to send more troops to Afghanistan after President Trump urged his Nato allies to support his new plan for the 16-year war.


Send more troops to Afghanistan, Trump tells Nato

SFU research shows that salmon are in sharp decline


Barcelona terror attack suspect shot dead. Regional police in Spain have confirmed that officers have shot and killed the suspected driver of the van that hit a crowd of people in the Las Ramblas district last week. 13 people, including the father of a VPD officer, were killed in the attack -- Visit NEWS1130.com

Trump to Address Nation on ‘Path Forward’ in Afghanistan on Monday Night

Trump to skip Kennedy Center Honors amid boycott threats. Center is ‘grateful ’

Brigitte Macron says will take on informal role as first lady

Fukushima’s Nuclear Waste Will Be Dumped Into the Ocean, Japanese Plant Owner Says

All eyes on North Korea as US-South Korea war games set to begin

BARCELONA (Reuters) - A van plowed into crowds in the Spanish city of Barcelona on Thursday and a regional official said 13 people were killed in what police said they were treating as a terrorist attack.


Trump disbands business and manufacturing councils as CEOs begin to jump ship

‘Reverse the WHOLE THING’. Labour MP STILL intent on blocking Brexit as ’it’s not too late

WEATHER WARNING: Tropical storm to RAVAGE Britain as warmer weather sends rain and gales

Tension on the Korean peninsula eased slightly on Monday as South Korea'’s presideambitions must be done peacefully and U.S. ofnt said resolving North Korea’s nuclear ficials played down the risk of an imminent war.

Kim Jong-Un or Donald Trump – who might pull the trigger first?

Huge 6.6 magnitude earthquake rocks Philippines - president’s palace evacuated


‘Trump might start a war’ South Koreans fear US president MORE than Kim Jong-un

Japanese troops begin joint exercise...

CHINA LECTURES AMERICA: DON’T GO FIRST…

RUSSIA: RISK OF WAR ‘VERY HIGH’…

CHICAGO: IF YOU ARE OUTSIDE WHEN NUKE BLAST OCCURS…

‘Radiation Antidote’ Flying Off Shelves At Supply Stores…

News Alert: New warning to North Korea

US Defense Secretary James Mattis issued a dramatic warning to North Korea to "cease any consideration of actions that would lead to the end of its regime and destruction of its people."


Smoke Blankets Western North America, 106 F Temps in Portland, Flash: Northern Plains Drought Threatens U.S. Wheat Crop

Mystery sea creatures leave Australian teen bloodied after feasting on boy’s legs

Washington to strike North Korea on September 1?


Heatwave Lucifer is making Europe ‘hot as hell’

U.S. Prepared to Launch ‘Preventive War’ Against North Korea, Says H.R. McMaster

Investigators following the money on Trump-Russia ties


Live: Dubai skyscraper fire: the 1,100ft Torch Tower engulfed in flames

Nicolas Sarkozy under scrutiny in prosecutors' probe into Qatar World Cup vote-buying

While you were paying attention to North Korea, another Asian nuclear power was destabilizing

Trump Signs Russia Sanctions Bill for ‘Sake of National Unity’

President Donald Trump on Wednesday signed legislation, overwhelmingly approved by Congress, that imposes sanctions on Russia for cyberhacking and its actions in Ukraine, while also slapping new penalties on North Korea and Iran. The new law limits the ability of the president to lift sanctions unilaterally. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said recently that Trump was not pleased with the bill but intended to sign it anyway.

Billions down the drain as new nuclear plants scrapped

S. U.S. slaps sanctions on Venezuelan president Maduro


Trump Removes Anthony Scaramucci From Communications Director Role


755 diplomats must leave Russia

Russia Expels U.S. Diplomats in Retaliation to US Sanctions Bill

  • North Korean Ballistic Launch Detected by Pentagon

    France appeal over 'virulent' Riviera and Corsica fires


    *European Heat, Drought, Fires Bite Deep as 1 Million Impacted by Water Rationing in Rome

    Trump Russia: US Congress reach deal on fresh sanctions


    Yemen’s cholera epidemic ‘largest ever recorded’

    Afghan soldiers killed in US friendly-fire air strike


    Turkey and Greece hit by strong earthquake: two dead and 200 injured – as it happened


    O.J. Simpson granted parole after 9 years in prison


    What to know about Senator John McCain’s brain cancer diagnosis


    Senator John McCain diagnosed with brain cancer

    McConnell Pulls Plug on GOP Health Care Bill, Will Seek Obamacare Repeal

    Wildfires rage across Europe

    Merkel tells voters: Brexit, French poll changed my view on Europe - 7:35am EDT - ZINGST, Germany (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel told voters on Saturday that Britain’s decision to leave the European Union and France’s election of President Emmanuel Macron had changed her view on the bloc, adding it was worth fighting for a stronger Europe.  Full Article

    Fatal blaze rips through Hawaii hi-rise apartment building. At least 3 dead . Emergency Services are searching for survivors.

    US Travel Ban Narrows With Judge’s Ruling

    Kadhr Money Freeze Request Rejected


     
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