Saturday June 24-th, 2017

Flag firefighters raised at ground zero returns to World Trade Center site Flag firefighters raised at ground zero returns to World Trade Center site

The flag was turned over to a Washington State Patrol Crime Laboratory forensic materials scientist who, as the Times reported, analyzed dust samples on the flag and compared them with those taken after the towers fell. Within weeks, a man in Evere...

ITT Tech closes all campuses, state steps in to help students

Interested individuals should bring a photo ID, college transcripts, and Federal Student Aid identification number (if known) to the event. Brian Bender, an employee of the department, said students who recently completed a program at ITT will have...

UN changes guidance about sex for travelers to Zika zones

The researchers now are currently planning complementary studies in human patients infected with the virus. The Health Ministry on Monday posted on its official Facebook page that the Svay Rieng Provincial Health Department had shared knowledge a...

2 detained after gas canisters found near Paris' Notre Dame 2 detained after gas canisters found near Paris' Notre Dame

Documents with Arabic script were also found in the vehicle. Police say the car's owner, who is now in custody, is on an intelligence services watchlist of people suspected of religious radicalisation. A tragedy in Nice on July 14 of this year kill...

Merkel: Migrant situation in Germany Merkel: Migrant situation in Germany "many times better"

Speaking to Parliament on Wednesday, Merkel said that her government has sped up integration measures for migrants with good prospects of staying, increased school funding to help their educations, and worked with cities and states to find solutions ...

Turkey Says IS Driven From Turkish-Syrian Border Turkey Says IS Driven From Turkish-Syrian Border

The YPG, which is backed by the US-led coalition, had been gaining territory in the north of Syria. A Turkish Armed Forces statement said 33 Kurdish militants were killed and 30 wounded in the ongoing operations. The defeat deprived ISIL of access to...

AMD reveals 7th Generation A-Series desktop processors AMD reveals 7th Generation A-Series desktop processors

The AMD AM4 socket is a new unified socket infrastructure that provides compatibility between 7th Generation AMD A-Series processors and the upcoming high-performance "Summit Ridge" AMD desktop CPU. AMD introduces their 7th generation AMD A-Series ...

Ethiopian activists demand news of jailed leaders after fire guts prison Ethiopian activists demand news of jailed leaders after fire guts prison

Although 21 inmates were killed in a stampede to escape the burning facility, the government also said two inmates were killed while trying to escape. The government has denied that violence by the security forces is systemic, though a government spo...

Japan Developing New Alert System Amid N Korea's Missile Launches Japan Developing New Alert System Amid N Korea's Missile Launches

Earlier Tuesday, President Obama said after meeting with South Korean President Park Geun-hye in Laos that "North Korea needs to know that provocations will only invite more pressure and further deepen its isolation". The UN's most powerful body ag...

WHO certifies Sri Lanka malaria WHO certifies Sri Lanka malaria

But could this have been achieved more than 50 years ago? Further, to maintain elimination and ensure the parasite is not reintroduced to the country, Sri Lanka's anti-malaria campaign is working closely with local authorities as well as worldwide pa...

Syria: 2 Turkish soldiers killed in clashes with IS militants

Daesh is another term for Islamic State, while the PYD is the political wing of Kurdish YPG militia, which Ankara says is an extension of Turkey's outlawed PKK, a Kurdish militant group that is fighting for autonomy in Turkey's southeast.

Hermine lingers off shore continuing its unsafe storm surges

But, the move could also trigger Hermine to develop hurricane-force winds tonight and Monday due to the warmer waters it will travel over, which could push water to the shores even harder. The storm, now heading north by northeast, is expected to...

Eddie Izzard gets pink beret stolen by protestor at March For Europe Eddie Izzard gets pink beret stolen by protestor at March For Europe

He has been bailed to appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court on September 19. However, it's thought Izzard has had to part ways with the hat once again now the police have had to take the beret in as evidence ahead of the suspect's trial.

Besides victory over ERA, Phyllis Schlafly defended Church under communism

Brett M. Decker is co-author, with the late Phyllis Schlafly and Ed Martin, of The Conservative Case for Trump , published September 6, 2016. One woman in particular who does not share the desire for equal status is Phyllis Schlafly , founder and...

Top France Court Suspends 'Burkini' Swimsuit Ban Top France Court Suspends 'Burkini' Swimsuit Ban

Correspondents said the court's action makes it likely that the other bans will also be overturned. Actually, "Burkini" is a dress code of Muslim Women that is a combination of "Burka and Bikini" and is a kind of swimsuit. Many conservatives and ri...

Clinton, Trump: He's a national security danger; no she is

It was aimed at rebutting Clinton's arguments that she would be best positioned to lead the military and reassuring Republicans who have openly anxious that his provocative statements might undermine USA alliances. In the fluid public opinion, severa...

World's first face transplant recipient dies after illness World's first face transplant recipient dies after illness

The woman died following a long illness, said the hospital in a statement, confirming the news revealed by newspaper Le Figaro . Dinoire was severely disfigured by her pet Labrador, and was given a new nose, chin and lips in 2005 by doctors Bern...

BA check-in system crash causes worldwide flight delays BA check-in system crash causes worldwide flight delays

A DAA spokeswoman said three departing flights scheduled to London City were delayed by two hours, while another was cancelled with passengers transferred to another flight. On Monday passengers in Canada and the USA announced delays at sever...

Jacob Wetterling: Cracking the cold case Jacob Wetterling: Cracking the cold case

Heinrich had been charged with 25 counts of possessing and receiving child pornography; he pleaded not guilty to those charges in February and was set to go to trial in October. Joseph, about 80 miles northwest of Minneapolis . Heinrich said he to...

Palestinian economy could double without 'occupation'

In January 2015 alone, 5,600 productive trees were vandalized, adding to the more than 2.5 million productive trees (including 800,000 olive trees) that have been uprooted since 1967, according to the United Nations agency. "However, this was not s...

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