Evacuation ordered in Philippines as typhoon approaches

Manila: Philippine calamity authorities on Saturday requested individuals living in beach front towns south of Manila to move to more secure places as Typhoon Nock-ten is moving toward the nation. Representing the national calamity organization, Mina Marasigan told correspondents that clearing has in progress along the coastlines of Albay territory to maintain a strategic distance from conceivable tempest surge and …

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Israel accuses Obama of anti-Israeli ‘shameful move’ at UN

Jerusalem: An Israeli authority is blaming President Barack Obama for a “dishonorable move against Israel at the UN” in the wake of taking in the White House did not plan to veto a Security Council determination censuring settlement development in the West Bank and east Jerusalem. The authority said the “US Administration subtly concocted with the Palestinians an outrageous hostile …

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US will outlast everyone in nuclear arms race: Trump

Washington: President-elect Donald Trump on today allegedly said he approves of an atomic weapons contest and radiated certainty that the US would outlive any another nation as far as nuclear weapons. Trump supposedly said this in an off-air discussion to Mika Brzezinski, co-host of the well known ‘Morning-Joe’ appear on MSNBC, the news channel said. “Give it a chance to …

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FBI warns of possible IS attacks on US churches

Washington: The Federal Bureau of Investigation exhorted US law authorization offices and private security firms to be on the alarm in light of dangers by Islamic State to target houses of worship and Christmas festivities, media reports said. The call for watchfulness by the FBI on Friday takes after online messages from IS asking its sympathizers in the US to …

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Trump suggests openness to arms race

Washington: A day after his atomic weapons tweet sent butterflies over the world, US President-elect Donald Trump additionally proposed that he was interested in weapons contest. “Give it a chance to be a weapons contest… we will outmatch them at each pass and outlive them all,” Trump purportedly told MSNBC on Friday in an off-air discussion. Short of what one …

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Tunisian’s fingerprints found in truck that razed Berlin market

BERLIN: Fingerprints from a Tunisian transient have been found inside the truck that crushed through a Berlin Christmas showcase on Monday in an assault that killed 12 individuals, German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere said. A chase is under route crosswise over Europe for Anis Amri, 24, as Germany reels from the most exceedingly bad assault on its dirt since …

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Barak Obama cancels 9/11-era registry for Muslims

Washington: The Obama organization on Thursday said it would formally scrap a post-9/11 registry for foreigner men from prevalently Muslim nations. The move comes a day after president-elect Donald Trump emphasized his arrangement to boycott section of Muslims to the US. The registry, known as the National Security Entry-Exit Registration System (NSEERS), was appeared to be insufficient and had not …

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Trump proposes “strengthening, expanding” US nuclear capacity

New York: President-elect Donald Trump said that the United States should significantly fortify and extend its atomic limit “until the world wakes up” with respect to nuclear weaponry. “The United States should enormously fortify and grow its atomic ability until such time as the world wakes up with respect to nukes,” Trump tweeted, giving no more insights about what he …

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Passenger deplaned for harassing Trump’s daughter

New York: A traveler was expelled from a flight going to leave New York City on Thursday in the wake of going up against Ivanka Trump, the eldest girl of US President-elect Donald Trump. “Your dad is destroying the nation,” the traveler supposedly said to Ivanka Trump before being expelled from the plane, which was leaving from the John F. …

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At least 48 journalists killed on the job in 2016: Report

New York: The Committee to Protect Journalists reports that no less than 48 columnists have been slaughtered at work in 2016. That number is down from 72 writers in 2015. The association says 26 of the writers slaughtered in 2016 kicked the bucket in battle or crossfire. They passed on covering clashes in Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Libya, Afghanistan and Somalia. …

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