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Gardai plan to strike over their pay and conditions

Two thirds (66%) of the membership voted. The meeting came a day after 95pc of the association's members said they were willing to take a day or days of industrial action in a secret ballot. "The reason for this is because our members have done everything that was asked of them, and the reluctance of the Government to reward our patience has driven us towards this move".

Rahul Gandhi praises PM Modi for the long pending response to Pakistan

This is the first step he has taken in two and a half years, worthy of a Prime Minister. After Indian Army carried out 4-hour long "surgical strike on terrorist launch pads" across the LoC on terrorists preparing to infiltrate from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), Rahul Gandhi was all praises for Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Duterte 'happy to slaughter' drug suspects; mentions Hitler

I'd be happy to slaughter them" Duterte said. Duterte added that if Germany had Hitler, then the Philippines would have him. "You know my victims, I would like to be, all criminals, to finish the problem of my country and save the next generation from perdition", he said.

US to send more troops to Iraq to help with Mosul

Last week, US President Barack Obama said US-backed Iraqi troops could be in a position "fairly rapidly" to liberate Mosul, though he warned "this is going to be hard, this is going to be challenging". In some instances, the US has acknowledged its troops' involvement in special missions to capture or kill high-value targets or to try to rescue hostages.

Civilians Killed in Airstrike on House

The number of civilians killed is yet to be confirmed , with AP reporting the number to be as high as 13 and Reuters alleging three. He said allegations of civilian casualties are being investigated. Hazrat Hussain Mashreqiwal, spokesman for the provincial police chief, said ISIL loyalists were the target. "We. are now reviewing all materials related to this strike", said Cleveland in a statement.

India and Pakistan Keep up Mutual Accusations on Terrorism

Sharif used his speech to call for a "serious and sustained dialogue" for the peaceful resolution of all outstanding disputes, especially Kashmir, and an independent inquiry and a United Nations fact-finding mission into "rights violations" in the strife-torn state.

India to ratify Paris Agreement on climate change

In order to achieve this, the ratification by 55 nations representing 55 percent of the total is required. The United States and China, the world's largest emitters, formally approved the agreement this month. What would be the reaction of the global community? "Perhaps more important, however, is that our efforts to reduce emissions can motivate other countries to set similarly ambitious targets".

India says Pakistan believes terror will bring territory

Since then, Pakistan has said it has no conclusive evidence that the attackers were its citizens. Sushma Swaraj said that Pakistan persists in the belief that terror attacks will enable it to obtain the territory it covers. I have gone the extra mile to achieve this", he told the gathering in NY. "Continuing cross-border terrorist attacks from Pakistan against India are unacceptable", Jaishankar told the Pakistani High Commissioner.

California heat wave intensifies wildfire threatening homes

A fast-moving wildfire has prompted the evacuation of 300 homes in the Santa Cruz Mountains, while fire crews continue to battle a blaze burning close to a massive geothermal power facility in Sonoma County . Mandatory evacuation orders were announced for Little Uvas and Croy roads, according to ABC7 News. "That's it; that's what matters", Mays told the newspaper Monday.

Fire burning in the Santa Cruz mountains

The fire appears to be within the vicinity of buildings for radio stations KBAY-FM and KKUP-FM. September 28-A destructive wildfire that exploded in the Santa Cruz Mountains continued to burn hot Tuesday morning, growing to 2,000 acres as it leveled two homes, threatened hundreds of structures and sent residents fleeing for safety, officials said.

Long war forced on India by Pakistan: Shah

On Wednesday, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif told the UN General Assembly that Pakistan wanted peace but New Delhi was an obstacle to talks. Although 73pc of respondents appear to have "uniformly negative" view of Pakistan, around 55pc of Indians polled go a step further with a "very unfavourable" opinion towards Pakistan.

Two policemen injured in Budapest explosion

Photos also showed a few nails on the ground with police chalk marks around them. Local media reports say two of the victims are reported to be police officers and have been rushed to a hospital, the extent of there injuries are not yet known.

Debate Night: Clinton, Trump set for high-stakes showdown

However, many believe that because of the low expectations of Trump's performance, he could just keep his cool, not say anything outrageous and be dubbed as the victor. Trump has called for Clinton to be jailed for her handling of emails as America's top diplomat. According to Dave Boyer's report from The Washington Times , Mrs.

Gareth Bale could leave Real Madrid after broken promises from Florentino Perez

He will also not play for Brazil in World Cup qualifying next month. Real won their first Group F game with a 2-1 comeback victory against Sporting Lisbon, while Dortmund romped to a 6-0 win at Legia Warsaw. "Every game is different". "It's a good test and I am sure that we will be in good shape", he said. "It's a Champions League night in Dortmund and the best players bring their best performances on nights like these".

Pakistan fully prepared to face any adventurism from India: Tanveer

Sharif had demanded an "independent inquiry into the extra-judicial killings" and a United Nations fact-finding mission to Kashmir "so that those guilty of these atrocities are punished". "This is self incrimination by Pakistan PM", Akbar said. Li expressed the hope that situation between India and Pakistan would not escalate. Meanwhile, while talking to a delegation of Universal Justice Network, he said it was odd that Pakistan had always been raising the issues of human rights, including ...

Company buys land near North Dakota pipeline route

Thousands of activists, including the Standing Rock Sioux of North Dakota, have been protesting the 1,172-mile project being developed by Energy Transfer Partners LP, arguing it poses an environmental risk to the tribe's water supply and would violate sacred sites.

Pats' rookie QB, defense blitz Texans

But Tom Brady's suspension and an injury to Jimmy Garoppolo thrust Brissett into the spotlight as the team prepared for its third game of the season. Take away draft picks. Belichick argued he thought it was within the rules, and had been doing it for years. "If we do our jobs, we'll be in every game".

Oil climbs as Venezuela sees output deal, Libya suffers clashes

The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) said crude inventories fell 6.2 million barrels last week, versus a 3.4 million-barrel drop forecast in a Reuters poll. Prices dropped 7 cents, or 0.2 percent, to $45.88 on Tuesday. Inventories at Cushing, the delivery point for WTI, probably rose by 100,000 barrels, according to the survey.

Assad blames US for truce collapse

In the interview with the AP, Assad said the war, now in its sixth year, is likely to "drag on" because of what he said was continued external support for his opponents. It's eastern, rebel-held neighborhoods are encircled by government forces and there are reports of malnutrition and severe shortages of food and medical supplies.

Iraqi forces close in on town south of Mosul

The town lies on the west bank of the Tigris River in Salaheddin province, 260 kilometres (160 miles) northwest of Baghdad and around 80 kilometres (50 miles) south of Mosul. Ahmed al-Assadi, the spokesman of the Hashed al-Shaabi (Popular Mobilisation) paramilitary forces, said operation "Sherqat Dawn" aimed to "finish expelling those terrorist gangsters from usurped Iraqi land".

In Rare Move, Clinton Courts Disability Vote

The incident at the gay club just south of downtown Orlando killed 49 people and injured more than 50. She also attended a roundtable in July and visited the Pulse nightclub memorial. This is not a new issue for Clinton, as she was quick to point out. We are all of value." she said "In the United States America the greatest country in the world we believe in everyone.

Senate votes to back $1 billion weapons sale to Saudi Arabia

Lieu in August sent a letter signed by 64 lawmakers asking U.S. President Barack Obama to postpone the sale. The bill would allow US victims of terror attacks and their families to sue foreign actors who support terrorism. The Saudi government has threatened to sell as much as $750 billion in USA assets if the bill becomes law. Sens. Lindsey Graham of SC and Bob Corker of Tennessee, both key Republican voices on foreign policy issues, are attempting to delay the override vote .

White House: 51 companies pledge $650M in refugee support

In a rousing speech that echoed numerous ideas pushed by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull in his visit to NY this week, the President warned that he world needs to defend free trade, because "as imperfect as they are, the principles of open markets and accountable governance, of democracy and human rights and global law that we have forged remain the firmest foundation for human progress in this century".

Jennifer Aniston memes explode in response to Pitt divorce

Smith ", in which they played rival assassins who also happen to be married to each other. The glamorous family captured headlines as they travelled around the world together, as the children would follow their parents wherever they filmed, from Los Angeles to France to Australia.

Concealed Carry In Missouri No Longer Requires A Permit

This year there are 20 vetoed House or Senate Bills that have been vetoed and may be brought forward for consideration of an override. Republican Rep. State lawmakers are assembling in Jefferson City Wednesday for a brief veto session in which they may act to override Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon's veto on a measure to grant concealed carry without a permit.

Pressure builds on India gov't to retaliate against Pakistan

Later, the PM met Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, Army Chief Dalbir Singh Suhag and NSA Ajit Doval at his residence on 7 Race Course Road in New Delhi . Parrikar had been briefed by the Northern Army and Chinar Corps Commanders Lt Gen DS Hooda and Lt Gen Satish Dua respectively at Srinagar on Sunday about the incident and the operation launched to neutralise the terrorists.

Police officer shoots unarmed pastor

Crutcher is seen here unarmed and with his hands raised in the police auto video . Police video shows Crutcher walking toward his SUV that is stopped in the middle of the road. Police spokeswoman Jeanne MacKenzie has said Crutcher refused orders to put up his hands. The family said they called the news conference to share their reaction to the video expected to be released at 1:30 p.m.

Titans rally to beat Lions 16-15 on Mariota's 2nd TD pass

I find it hard to lay 5.5 with the Lions since their defense is simply not going to stop much. It should be easier sledding for the Titans offense in this one, while the Lions offense will probably keep rolling. This Lions were also a little banged up on offense. None of those four seasons ended with a winning record. Don't hesitate to jump in on the live updates and chat with us as the game rolls along.

'Madden 17' Gamer Replaces RGIII With LeBron James As New Browns' QB

First, we offer "Three Things" the Ravens need to do in order to be victorious. He's on injured reserve, has to sit at least eight weeks and will be re-evaluated in about a month to determine if he can play again this season. If they want that top five selection along with whatever they get from the Eagles first round pick, it seems like they're on track to do so. What does this mean moving forward? McCown had to go to the locker room at one point in the first half with a sore left ...

Samsung to relaunch Note 7 with modified battery

Samsung announced then that it would replace any Note 7 phones it had sold, with replacements available within a week. The recall will include about 1 million of the premium mobile phones because of reports of serious fire hazards. The recall came at a particularly bad time for Samsung. According to Samsung, the problem affects 2.5 million phones globally, including one million in the US.