Wednesday October 27-th, 2021

Drivers stop traffic to grab cash that fell out of armored truck Drivers stop traffic to grab cash that fell out of armored truck

Police said the money fell out of a moving armored auto when a door swung open. People across the country are always asking for money to be thrown at their rough roads and crumbling infrastructure, but this is certainly not what they had in mind.

Hunt refuses to commit to taking UK out of EU before Christmas Hunt refuses to commit to taking UK out of EU before Christmas

Asked if he would jump before he was pushed if Mr Johnson becomes PM in two weeks" time, the chancellor told ITV's Robert Peston: "My expectation is that I will not be serving in the next administration. Johnson still has critics from within his own ...

Defense lawyers seek detention at $77 million mansion for Jeffrey Epstein

The filing revealed Epstein saying he "feared the toxic political climate might tempt the government to try and end-run" his 2007 federal nonprosecution agreement (NPA) by pursuing new sexual abuse charges filed through other federal judicial distr...

Blast At Wedding Ceremony In Nangarhar Leaves Six Dead Blast At Wedding Ceremony In Nangarhar Leaves Six Dead

Toor died in the attack, and officials said he was the likely target. The area close to the Pakistan border is home to other insurgent organisations including the Islamic State group, who have carried out previous attacks. In result of the bombing ...

Twitter Experiences Hour-Long Worldwide Outage Twitter Experiences Hour-Long Worldwide Outage

Twitter seems to be finding its voice again. The social media platform is now up but isn't entirely functional for everyone. This has been far from the first incident for Twitter and other platforms this summer. Thursday afternoon, a cryptic err...

Pence acknowledges 'tough stuff' at border detention center Pence acknowledges 'tough stuff' at border detention center

The men said they were hungry and wanted to brush their teeth. On Friday, Trump said he sent Pence on the trip to counter what he said were "phony" stories about the state of the facilities from Democrats and the news media while defending the agen...

Hong Kong protesters march with mock coffin of city leader Hong Kong protesters march with mock coffin of city leader

Wang Zhimin, director of the Central Government Liaison Office, said at a commemorative event that Chief Executive Carrie Lam's government should be given "time and space" to handle the months-long disputes over the amendment bill that could allow fu...

British Police to Investigate Leak of Ambassador's Memos British Police to Investigate Leak of Ambassador's Memos

The memos said rumours of "infighting and chaos" in the White House were mostly true. However he insisted his comments in a televised debate on Tuesday has been "misrepresented" and denied withholding his backing. Mr Johnson said he had spoken to...

Dem Congresswoman Says Talk of Pelosi Feud With Freshmen Dems Exaggerated Dem Congresswoman Says Talk of Pelosi Feud With Freshmen Dems Exaggerated

It shows the weakness of their argument. Sitting at the same witness table as their Democratic counterparts, four border state Republicans blamed the Democratic Party for the problem. "Diversity is our strength, unity is our power". She says Pelo...

Rebel Lawmakers From Karnataka Visit Siddhivinayak Temple In Mumbai Rebel Lawmakers From Karnataka Visit Siddhivinayak Temple In Mumbai

The order was passed by a bench headed by the Chief Justice after the rebel MLAs filed a plea before the apex court challenging the delay by Speaker in accepting their resignations. One of the rebel MLAs was involved in a Ponzy scam for which the gov...

Sotto hits nations backing Iceland human rights resolution Sotto hits nations backing Iceland human rights resolution

Locsin Jr., said the UN Human Rights Council's decision Thursday "flies in the face of everything the Philippines has worked for when it founded the Human Rights Council". "The Duterte presidency is not cowed or weakened by such resolution". "T...

Canadian journalist Hodan Naleyeh dies in Somalia extremist attack Canadian journalist Hodan Naleyeh dies in Somalia extremist attack

They added that the death toll could be high. Mogadishu-based independent radio station Radio Dalsan confirmed to The Associated Press that Canadian journalist Hodan Nalayeh and her husband, Farid Jama Suleiman died in the attack. Nalayeh was born ...

United States trade talks to restart Friday United States trade talks to restart Friday

External Affairs Ministry (MEA) spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said an Indian delegation under a senior commerce ministry official will meet the USA officials on Friday. This is the first meeting of the two sides after the United States dragged India t...

United Nations launches investigation into Philippines drug war deaths United Nations launches investigation into Philippines drug war deaths

It gives UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet a year to prepare a "comprehensive written report on the situation of human rights in the Philippines". "This is not just a step toward paying justice for the thousands of families of v...

Arianespace Launch Failure Destroys UAE Satellite Arianespace Launch Failure Destroys UAE Satellite

The clip shows the control room at Arianespace - who were responsible for the launch - watching the rocket blast off. " More precise information " from the first flight data analysis would be communicated to everyone as soon as possible, Fabregue...

Soviet sub that sank off Norway in 1989 still emitting radiation Soviet sub that sank off Norway in 1989 still emitting radiation

The Komsomolets was carrying two nuclear warheads at the time, which were never recovered. "We didn't find any measurable levels of radioactive caesium there, unlike in the duct itself" added Justin Gwynn, a researcher at the Norwegian Radiation ...

Why new North Korea constitution calls Kim head of state Why new North Korea constitution calls Kim head of state

That's according to Assistant Secretary of State for the Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Ellen McCarthy. Rachel Minyoung Lee, a Seoul-based analyst with NK Pro, said that concern about how the move to increase Kim's status would be viewed so s...

China to impose sanctions on US firms in Taiwan arms sale China to impose sanctions on US firms in Taiwan arms sale

Seeking to bolster Taiwan's defences, the U.S. this week approved an arms sale worth an estimated US$2.2 billion (S$3 billion) for Taiwan, including battle tanks and anti-aircraft missiles, despite Chinese criticism of the deal. "We urge the U.S.to f...

Magnitude 4.6 quake hits just outside Seattle

The USGS said it received reports of people feeling the shaking from Vancouver to near Wenatchee, Washington. A USGS intensity map tracked how far away the quake could be felt. Since the initial quake and aftershock, the USGS recorded five more sma...

'LICKING CHALLENGE': Woman records daughter licking tongue depressor, placing in unused bin 'LICKING CHALLENGE': Woman records daughter licking tongue depressor, placing in unused bin

And she insisted that she had no intention of the video going viral, claiming to have circulated it to a few close friends - one of whom later made it public. Cori said: "I do understand [why people are concerned]". Her husband said he was stunned ...

313K join group pledging to storm Area 51 to search for aliens 313K join group pledging to storm Area 51 to search for aliens

Almost 400,000 have pledged to find out. Almost 500,000 people say they plan to raid Area 51 to "see them aliens ". After a meet-up at the Area 51 Alien Center tourist attraction in Amargosa Valley, Nevada, they will rush the base with their a...

Hawaii wildfire forces thousands to evacuate Maui towns Hawaii wildfire forces thousands to evacuate Maui towns

Maui firefighters continued to monitor the wildfire that consumed an estimated 10,000 acres of fallow former sugar cane and dry brush on Thursday. A National Weather Service satellite photo showing smoke hanging over the island was posted on local...

Immigration And Customs Enforcement Raids Expected In 10 Cities Immigration And Customs Enforcement Raids Expected In 10 Cities

This week, the New York Times reported ICE is preparing to round up roughly 200 illegal aliens with final deportation orders in at least ten major USA cities. New York City has run its legal defense program for immigrants since 2013. According ...

Woman allegedly urinated in rival shop owner's ice cream machine Woman allegedly urinated in rival shop owner's ice cream machine

CCTV footage from 17 June reportedly showed Wychpa not washing her hands after using the toilet before putting her hands into the tubs of Lu Lu's ice cream tubs. She purportedly left the door open and didn't wash her hands after she was done. As ...

Deadly Moscow Gas Pipeline Fire Forces Dormitory Evacuation Deadly Moscow Gas Pipeline Fire Forces Dormitory Evacuation

Emergency services deployed more than 150 firefighters to the scene, as well as dozens of vehicles including fire engines , helicopters and trains, Zhanna Terekhova, spokeswoman for the emergency services, said on state television. Sections of the...

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