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Breaking Internetional News: 2017-09-19 19:13:06

  • Trump to UN: 'Rocket Man is on a suicide mission'
    • President Donald Trump warned Tuesday that the US would "totally destroy North Korea" if forced to defend itself or its allies.
  • Trump warns US ready to 'totally destroy' North Korea
    • Hurricane Maria, making its first landfall as a Category 5 storm, has blasted Dominica with "widespread devastation," according to the prime minister of the Caribbean island nation.
  • Follow the path of Hurricane Maria
    • Police investigating the Grenfell Tower fire disaster in London have revealed that thieves stole cash from at least one of the apartments in the shell of the building.
  • Exclusive: US govt wiretapped former Trump campaign head
    • Georgia Tech police shot Scout (Scott) Schultz, a 21-year-old computer engineering major who was president of the Georgia Tech Pride Alliance.
  • Clinton floats the possibility of contesting 2016 election
    • In interviews over the last week surrounding the release of her 2016 memoir "What Happened," Hillary Clinton has been hugely critical of President Donald Trump. She's suggested he is a misogynist and said repeatedly that she fears for the country with Trump in charge.
  • Hillary's blockbuster pledge is toothless
    • Hillary Clinton's latest allegations of Russian interference in the election gives the plot a personal spin.
  • A city on edge: days of protests in St. Louis
    • More than 40 million people were estimated to be victims of modern slavery in 2016 -- and one in four of those were children.
  • Airstrikes target hospitals in Syria
    • Several hospitals in the rebel-held Syrian province of Idlib were targeted in airstrikes on Tuesday, local activist media and a monitoring group said.
  • Three suspected ISIS militants arrested in Germany
    • Three men were arrested on suspicion of terror offenses in a series of counterterrorism operations in Germany, federal prosecutors announced Tuesday.
  • Review: iPhone 8 cuts the cord and prepares for the future
    • As the 83-year-old man lay unconscious in the entryway of a bank in western Germany, not one, not two, but three people stepped over him or walked around him to use the ATMs.
  • Singapore looks to patch up China relations
    • Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong arrives in China Tuesday amid tensions with Beijing and unease in southeast Asia over China's increasingly muscular foreign policy.
  • Brexit's big week is off to a rough start
    • Kim Kardashian West believes there is an age limit to posing nude.
  • Avril Lavigne rated 'most dangerous celebrity' online
    • Avril Lavigne is now the most dangerous celebrity to search for online, according to the cybersecurity company McAfee.
  • Running in the desert for fun
    • It's 35 degrees Celsius on the Islamic holiday of Eid al-Adha, and a group of women wearing tiny shorts and Lycra vests are about to jog with men around a public park in Dubai.
  • Africa's only female soccer president ready to 'infuriate a lot of people'
    • Sierra Leone's Football Association president Isha Johansen has announced she will stand for re-election despite admitting that her decision will "infuriate a lot of people."
  • Five decades of racing photography
    • My father has always lived life in the fast lane. As a student in post-war Japan, he'd skip class to speed around abandoned sites in Tokyo with his biker friends. They'd time their laps to see if any of them had the makings of a pro racer.
  • 6 of the best travel cameras you can buy now
    • That mobile phone in your pocket takes pretty decent photos, so no need to get a separate camera for your travels, right?
  • Merkel's confidence alone won't mend Germany's problems
    • All over Berlin, Angela Merkel greets passers-by with a tender smile.
  • London attack suspects 'were foster children'
    • London commuters are beginning their working week with heavy security on transport routes following last week's terror attack.
  • Iran: The one issue Netanyahu wants
    • When US President Donald Trump meets with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday ahead of the United Nations General Assembly, the conversation itself will be private, but Netanyahu has made it very clear what he wants to discuss: Iran.


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