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Police investigating 'killer clowns' warn of more incidents as Halloween approaches

The reports did not specifically involve threats or violence. According to the officers, "The boys made a decision to go to Howletch Primary School and scare the children at the playground", adding, they were then taken back home to their parents.

Rockstar Games reveals a Fall 2017 release for Red Dead Redemption 2

The first trailer is announced for Thursday 20th October at 11 am Eastern time. There's been a lot of speculation about a sequel to Red Dead Redemption which followed the game Red Dead Revolver - which came out in 2004. We'll hopefully have some answers on October 20th, when a trailer drops at 11AM ET. The game is due in Fall 2017 . At this time, the company has not announced a PC version of the game (though Rockstar typically ports its titles to PC a year or so after console launches).

Four SUM Hospital officials arrested for fire tragedy

According to reports, four hospital staff has been arrested by the police. Officials said they suspect the fire started because of an electrical short circuit. "You can call it bad luck", Dr JR Das, Associate Dean, SUM Hospital, told reporters. "Kindly convey my profound condolences to the families of the deceased".

Missiles 'fired at U.S. warships' off Yemen, says USA military

It is unclear exactly how many missiles were involved this time, but it was apparently more than the last time, as not only the Mason , but also the USS Nitze and USS Ponce came under fire. Previously, the Houthi-controlled SABA news agency ran dispatches denying rebels ever fired on American warships. In reaction, the Mason fired multiple missiles using onboard countermeasures, two officials said.

Russia, Syria halt Aleppo airstrikes for 'humanitarian pause'

US State Department spokesman Mark Toner, speaking in Washington on Monday, said the Russian-Syrian pause planned on Thursday was "a bit too little, too late". However, Russian and Syrian forces have only escalated their aerial and ground assault on the rebel-held areas in recent weeks. Russia's Defence Ministry said on Monday that a pause in strikes on Syria's largest city would be in force on Thursday, from 0800 (0500 GMT) until 1600, to allow civilians and rebels to leave the city.

Mosul Offensive Against ISIS: Iraqi Forces Pause Advancement After Massive Operation

The coalition offensive to retake the northern Iraqi city of Mosul from the self-styled Islamic State could take some time, according to both France and the US. He said Iraqi army and Kurdish commanders would meet later Tuesday. Muqtada al-Sadr, a hardline Shiite cleric, is one of those calling for the demonstrations against the troops' presence.

Iran sentences Iranian-American, his father each to 10 years

The video also featured 10 American sailors whom Iran detained in January after their patrol boats drifted into Iranian waters, as well as an Iranian drone flying over a US aircraft carrier. The video highlighted recent tensions between Iran and the USA and was a sign of the power still wielded by hard-liners in the Islamic Republic. It was presented with dramatic music alongside images of his United States passport and shots of Washington Post journalist Jason Rezaian who spent two ...

Putin Denies Russia Trying to Influence US Presidential Elections

Russian President Vladimir Putin with PM Modi at Benaulim. In an echo of Cold-War era current and former officials with direct knowledge of the situation say Central Intelligence Agency has been asked to deliver options to the White House for a wide-ranging " clandestine " cyber operation created to harass and " embarrass " the Kremlin leadership.

Fire in private hospital in eastern India kills 14

My thoughts are with bereaved families", Modi said on microblogging website twitter. The fire was first spotted in the dialysis ward located on the second floor of the hospital and quickly spread to the ICU. In 2011, six board members of the AMRI hospital in Kolkata were arrested for culpable homicide after fire in which 89 people - 85 patients and four staff members - died.

Regent to stand in as Thai Crown Prince asks for time

Though he did not mention the specific name, the current Privy Council president, 96-year old Prem Tinsulanonda, is to act as temporary regent, if there is any necessary occasion. While there are other reasons Thailand's military brass seized power, being in power to manage the monarchical succession was perhaps highest on their list, Dayley said.

Email: Clinton campaign sought to cancel Wall Street speech

Hacked emails published by Wikileaks appear to show Qatar pledging to donate $US1 million ($A1.3 million) to Hillary Clinton's family's charitable foundation, despite her promise to curb new donations by foreign governments while USA secretary of state.

Security tight at Indian beach resort venue of BRICS summit

China recently extended by six months its technical hold it had put in April. The Indian stand assumes significance against the backdrop of China continuing to block India's move to get Azhar designated as a global terrorist. During their third meeting in less than a year, Modi brought up India's membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group. Strongly condemning terrorism in all its forms and manifestations, Modi and Putin emphasized on the need for a comprehensive worldwide collaboration for ...

Crude prices fall on Russia's mixed response to OPEC deal

U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude slipped 35 cents, or 0.7 percent, to $51. Such a deal would be "self-defeating if it were to target sustainably higher oil prices", Goldman said. But al-Falih had also made clear at the congress earlier in the week that Saudi Arabia was against any drastic output cuts by OPEC to squeeze supply and bolster prices.

India and Russia sign energy, defence deals worth billions

Russian presidential aide Yuri Ushakov has been quoted assaying by TASS news agency that the deal for the air defencesystem will be signed.India and Russia have been in talks for over a year for the purchase of at least S S400 systems that will be a game changer in the region.

Women who have alleged inappropriate conduct by Trump

On Friday, during a rally in North Carolina, Trump went as far as to make fun of the women who have accused him of sexual harassment and sexual assault. In the video, Trump asks the young girl if she's going up the escalator, then says, "I am going to be dating her in 10 years". Leeds said she fled to the back of the plane but did not tell police or the airline because men made unwanted advances on women when she was in business in the 1970s and early '80s, and "we were taught it was ...

ISIS Now Putting IEDs on Drones — Military Spokesman

The Kurdish forces transported it back to the outpost to examine it. A drone launched by the Islamic State , also known as ISIS, ISIL and Daesh, was shot down in northern Iraq by Kurdish forces last week. The Department for Transport is talking to manufacturers about the use of geo-fencing technology in their drones. While the blast failed to cause casualties, it did destroy buildings.

Won't Budge on India's NSG Bid, Masood Azhar's Ban, Says China

PM Modi said that no country is immune from terrorism and on this issue, "we can not afford to have any differences". Replying to a question on Masood Azhar, Mr Swarup said there is close coordination between India and China on the issue, and that particular dialogue will continue.

North Carolina governor: Flooded historic town will get help

The newest reported fatality occurred in Dillon County, joining two deaths in Florence County and one in Richland County. Fortunately, the damage caused by the storm up to this point has been relatively minimal. Agriculture is the state's largest economy, generating about $84 billion to the economy, according to the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.

Fire Marshal's Office awarded $5K grant for smoke alarm program

The theme this year is "Don't Wait - Check the Date!" Install a CO alarm outside all sleeping areas; it's the only way to detect CO inside your home. "October is Fire Prevention Safety Month, this week marks Fire Safety Week, we're right in the middle of AAA insurance days and we are nearly at the holiday season where more house fires happen on Thanksgiving than any other day throughout the year".

Israel suspends cooperation with UNESCO over Jerusalem draft

The Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs lauded the decision. The resolution refers also to the Western Wall plaza by its Muslim name (al-Buraq plaza) and only mentions its Hebrew-Jewish name (Hakotel Hama'aravi) later in quotation marks.

Canada sends envoy in bid to save European Union free trade deal

Sponsored Content: What are your agency's current data storage solutions? "I am anxious about the future of Europe, why add another crisis?" said Belgian Foreign Minister Didier Reynders , who still hopes to approve the deal at Tuesday's talks with European Union ministers.

Fatal plane crash in CT was intentional, authorities suspect

Flight instructor Arian Prevalla survived the East Hartford crash Tuesday. Federal Aviation Administration records show he was issued a private pilot certificate on May 29, 2015. The plane was on its final approach to land at Hartford-Brainard Airport when it crashed. "But I also know that stories change and information can be skewed".

US weighs response to Yemen rebel missile attack on ships

The two missiles were fired over the course of an hour and "impacted the water before reaching the ship", according to the statement . The assertions came on the heels of a similar statement by Saudi Arabia, which likewise condemned the attack on the USA naval vessel and described it as the "deliberate targeting of global maritime navigation in the Bab-el-Mandeb Strait by Iran-backed militias".

Judge refuses to declare mistrial in Derrick Rose rape case

Hernandez was taken to PIH Health Hospital in Whittier, where she died at 3:27 p.m., according to Dean and the coroner's department. "At this point there is no indication that her case work had any connection to her death", the LAPD added in a statement, reports KTLA.

Brexit minister says will not negotiate separate European Union exit deals

She is also expected to end her first party conference as prime minister by promising to deliver action on identifying injustices, finding solutions, and driving change. She also insisted there was "no single measure" capable of reducing immigration to "sustainable" levels. "We think those levels are the tens of thousands".

Volunteers, donations being sought locally for Hurricane Matthew

As the effects of Hurricane Matthew worsen in the Carolinas, Haiti and the Bahamas, people are wondering how to help. The massive American Red Cross sheltering effort now spans five states as Hurricane Matthew moved along the southeast coast of the United States, causing deadly floods in North Carolina.

Transcript of Trump statement on comments from 2005

He claimed to have "tremendous support". Former California Republican Party chairman Ron Nehring called the incident their "deepest crisis since Watergate in 1974", The Wall Street Journal relays. Despite these widespread negative views of Trump on this question, independent women have not flocked to Clinton, and in late September she held a narrow 40 to 34 percent edge among registered voters in this group.

Eric Trump Says Father 'Absolutely' Paid Federal Income Tax

In response, the Trump campaign said in a statement to the Times , "Mr. Trump is a highly-skilled businessman who has a fiduciary responsibility to his business, his family and his employees to pay no more tax than legally required". She said, "The presidency doesn't change who you are; it reveals who you are". State tax returns are based off the information provided to the IRS on federal income-tax returns.

Unite to vanquish terror: PM

In a veiled reference to Pakistan, the Prime Minister said that countries which support terrorism should not be spared. Sometimes war is necessary, but our path is not that of war, but that of Buddha. "While burning Ravan we must also resolve to end all our social evils in a similar fashion". "The prime minister can be said to be on duty all the time", the Right to Information (RTI) response from the PMO said.

Thousands march in Yemen after over 140 killed in airstrike

Thousands of people, especially civilians, have been killed in clashes since 2014 when the Saudi-led coalition gave its backing to the internationally-recognized government of Yemen. The SSNP accused the Saudi-led coalition of launching a "war on the Yemeni civilization". According to initial reports, the attack, said to have been airstrikes by the Coalition, hit an event hall where thousands of mourners were gathered for a funeral ceremony.