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World Media Woman survives in remote hut for a month
Author: 0 Woman survives in remote hut for a month

The woman was found in a warden's hunt, where she says she had been since early August. "It's very unusual for someone to be missing in the New Zealand bush for such a long period without it being reported", Mr. DOC staff said the woman was in a remarkable condition given her ordeal. Police in New Zealand promptly began a search and found the couple's auto at the head of Routeburn Track.

World Media Syria's Kurds: An embattled US ally in a complex civil war
Author: 0 Syria's Kurds: An embattled US ally in a complex civil war

Russia, which is backing the Syrian government of President Bashar al-Assad, said it was "deeply concerned at what is happening in the Syrian-Turkish border area". He said the aim is to create a "terror-free zone" in northern Syria to prevent militants from entering Turkey. Ankara's hostility to the YPG puts it at loggerheads with its North Atlantic Treaty Organisation ally, the United States, which works with the group on the ground in the fight against ISIS.

World Media Alt-Jihad: Hillary Clinton Aide Edited Antisemitic Journal
Author: 0 Alt-Jihad: Hillary Clinton Aide Edited Antisemitic Journal

Now, the New York Post has revealed that Abedin was the assistant editor of the Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs , a magazine run by her mother, that denounced America for causing the worst terrorist attack on US soil. "By placing women in the "care and protection" of men and by making women responsible for those under her charge", she argued, "Islamic values generate a sense of compassion in human and family relations".

Author: 0 Donald Trump and the Middle East

The time is overdue to develop a new screening test for the threats we face today . Ask Donald Trump whether his "extreme vetting" will work and his answer will be "trust me". He steered clear of two of his most outrageous statements related to terrorism and immigration. He again tried to change his politically inflammatory approach to immigration, replacing his vow a year ago to bar Muslims from entering the United States with a new commitment to bar anyone from parts of the world ...

Author: 0 Turkey in cross-border operation to free IS-held Syrian town

Turkish and American military forces launched a major offensive in northwestern Syria against Islamic State militants early Wednesday, trying to sever one of the extremist group's last remaining supply routes and rein in USA -backed Kurdish militants, according to US and Turkish officials.

Author: 0 Peace at Last! FARC and Colombia Govt to Announce Final Deal

The government's chief negotiator, Humberto de la Calle, said earlier this week that it would be a "huge mistake" to try to reopen negotiations with that FARC and that Colombian society would have little to gain from such a move. Far-right former president and current Senator Alvaro Uribe, whose presidency saw record level of human rights violations and people fleeing the country as refugees, has been pushing for a "No" vote.

World Media AFP to stage new raid in NBN leaks investigation
Author: 0 AFP to stage new raid in NBN leaks investigation

Sadly, the raid doesn't relate to the slow roll-out of the NBN or the generally awful state of Australia's internet, but is part of an ongoing investigation into leaked NBN documents. "Everything that Stephen Conroy said was wrong", Fifield told ABC radio. The referral from the NBN to the AFP was a matter for NBN, and the AFP determine what is and is not within their jurisdiction.

World Media Duterte:'It will be bloody' if Philippine territory breached
Author: 0 Duterte:'It will be bloody' if Philippine territory breached

What way can we best defend our country? On Tuesday, Duterte reportedly said that he would expect talks to be held with China on the South China Sea dispute within a year, stressing that Philippines would not raise the issue at the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) summit in September.

Author: 0 Preliminary Magnitude 6.8 Earthquake Shakes Central Myanmar

Both the Myanmar Ministry of Religious and Cultural Affairs and the Myanmar Earthquake Committee made the announcement before revealing that may have been the extent of the more serious damage the earthquake caused. Ko Tin Ko Lwin, a resident of Yenanchaung township, said a pagoda that had been cracked before the quake had collapsed, while electricity poles and some trees were felled.

World Media West Nile Virus Found in Mosquito Pools in Montgomery, Prince George's Counties
Author: 0 West Nile Virus Found in Mosquito Pools in Montgomery, Prince George's Counties

In addition, WNV has been detected in mosquito pools collected in Montgomery and Prince George's counties. He urges homeowners to follow the guidelines outlined in a release from the public health district to help stay safe. Health experts say that most people who become infected with West Nile Virus will not develop any symptoms of illness, but some become sick three to 15 days after exposure.

World Media Charges filed against family friend in kidnapping, murder of 5-year-old
Author: 0 Charges filed against family friend in kidnapping, murder of 5-year-old

He is accused of kidnapping Alayna Jeanne Ertl, 5, from her Watkins home early Saturday. A Coon Rapids man appears in court after being charged in the kidnapping, molesting, and murder of a family friend's five-year-old daughter. Anderson was arrested after being found in knee-deep water in a swampy area shortly after police began their search. The child had fallen asleep on the couch and her mother carried her up to her bedroom about 2:30 a.m., the last time Alayna was seen alive.

World Media Suspect in Stabbing Says He Was Hearing Voices
Author: 0 Suspect in Stabbing Says He Was Hearing Voices

The stabbing occurred Saturday at an apartment complex in Roanoke, Va., where a man and women were injured in the assault. "It is believed that this was a random attack and Mr Farooqui had no connection to the two victims", the police statement said.

Author: 0 Turkey slams Israeli strikes in Gaza despite reconciliation

A Code Red alert was sounded in Sderot at 2.30pm on Sunday, followed by an explosion. Fourteen rockets have been fired into Israel from Gaza in 2016, according to the IDF. "In response to the attack, the Israeli air forces and armored corps targeted two Hamas posts in southern Gaza Strip ", the statement said. Reports from Gaza said a 17-year-old Palestinian boy was slightly wounded during the attacks and several other children suffered from shock.

World Media Turkey launches new artillery strikes at IS in Syria
Author: 0 Turkey launches new artillery strikes at IS in Syria

The shelling of Islamic State in Jarablus, a city on the border, continued for a second day, while the extremist group retaliated with mortar fire into Turkey. Syrian state media did not mention any withdrawals, saying only that the two sides had agreed to evacuate the injured and exchange detainees. Clashes erupted on Wednesday between the Kurdish police force known as the Asayesh and the pro-government National Defence Forces militia (NDF).

World Media Syrian government, Kurds reach truce in Hasakeh
Author: 0 Syrian government, Kurds reach truce in Hasakeh

Dujarric says that "given the scale and pace of displacement, not all needs can be met yet", and urged all parties to facilitate "permanent and unhindered" access for the delivery of humanitarian aid. However Yildirim on Monday said Turkey still had no clue who carried out the attack and said all "rumours" over the age and affiliation of the bomber should be taken with a pinch of salt.

Author: 0 Most Israelis, Palestinians still 'seek peace'

A new poll has revealed that despite small majority, the two sides distrust each other, have disparate views on the terms of a permanent settlement, underestimate the level of compromise on the other side, and view its intentions as threatening.

Author: 0 Huma Abedin Served as Assistant Editor for Radical Muslim Journal

This is old news to those who've tried to build a conspiratorial case that top Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin is a Muslim Brotherhood infiltrator who poses some sort of threat - which has always smelled like a stretch and a smear. In 1999, the journal published a book, edited by Saleha Abedin, which justified the practice of female genital mutilation under Islamic law, arguing that "man-made laws have in fact enslaved women".

Author: 0 Trump tries to play on fear of Muslims

Trump spoke at Youngstown State University in Youngstown, Ohio where he shared his plan to wage a "military, cyber and financial" war against the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS or Daesh ) militant group by tying up with defense organization.

Author: 0 Russian Federation defends use of Iranian bases for airstrikes in Syria

Russia's decision to launch raids from Iran puts it firmly in the camp of Shiite forces in the Mideast, Rubin said, something Moscow may not realize carries long-term consequences. Russian planes also flew out of Hamadan on Tuesday. The administration has spent almost $5.6 billion on humanitarian aid for Syrians since the civil war began.

World Media Sen. Kirk calls Obama 'drug dealer in chief'
Author: 0 Sen. Kirk calls Obama 'drug dealer in chief'

Sen. Mark Kirk (R-IL), one of the most vulnerable senators facing re-election, slammed President Barack Obama last week as the "drug dealer in chief" over the recent USA payment of $400 million to Iran. Mark Kirk announced that a subcommittee he chairs will hold a hearing on the matter in September. Kirk has been highly critical of the administration on Iran, including the landmark nuclear deal signed by the two countries past year, comparing it to the appeasement policies toward the Nazis ...

World Media Ramen replacing cigarettes as prison currency, study finds
Author: 0 Ramen replacing cigarettes as prison currency, study finds

Although Gibson-Light's findings are related to his study at one prison, he points to other investigations indicating that the trend toward using ramen noodles for exchanges is evident in prisons that have not banned tobacco use. It's sad but true, ' an inmate named Robert said. The inmates went from having three hot meals a day to two hot meals and a cold lunch a day and only two meals a day on the weekend.

Author: 0 Assange implies murdered DNC staffer was WikiLeaks' source

The Nieuwsuur interviewer than asked: "That was just a robbery, I believe". Prosecutors in Sweden have said they want to interview Assange in connection with a 2010 rape allegation against him. Assange said their sources take "very significant risks" to obtain and release information to Wikileaks. In December, Ecuador and Sweden finally signed an agreement of mutual legal assistance in criminal matters, which will provide the legal framework for the questioning of the WikiLeaks founder ...

World Media J&K's delegation of opposition parties to meet PM tomorrow
Author: 0 J&K's delegation of opposition parties to meet PM tomorrow

AIP Supremo and MLA Langate has accused Omar Abdullah and other mainstream parties who met President of India, of disrespecting the sentiments of Kashmiri people by ignoring historic background of J&K dispute and for being apologetic towards New Delhi and caring for Delhi's interest.

World Media Indian forces fire at Kashmir protesters, killing 1
Author: 0 Indian forces fire at Kashmir protesters, killing 1

Madani said it was the OIC worldwide community's responsibility to raise their voice against "atrocities" on Kashmiris and their "call for referendum as per the United Nations Security Council resolutions to enable Kashmiris' right to self determination".

Author: 0 Trump Shakes Up Staff as Campaign Tries to Broaden Base

Trump said in a statement. "They're terrific people, they're winners, they're champs, and we need to win it", Trump said . Trump said in an interview with The Wall Street Journal Tuesday night, "I want to win". Supporters in the "let Trump be Trump" camp heralded the moves. Manafort denies receiving those payments. "After several failed attempts to pivot into a more serious and presidential mode, Donald Trump has made a decision to double down on his most small, nasty and divisive ...

Author: 0 I want an inclusive country: Donald Trump tells African-Americans

Clinton can afford to spend more: Her campaign brought in more than $52 million in July, compared to the roughly $37 million the Trump campaign netted. From August until election day, the super PAC had roughly $87 million in TV airtime reserved, along with $5 million for radio and tens of millions in digital ads.

Author: 0 Jeremy Corbyn makes a half-hearted pitch to win over Tories

His planned appearance at the rival Momentum conference is seen as another sign of a deep divide within Labour, which was rocked by England's recent vote to exit the European Union and allegations of anti-Semitism among numerous party leaders.

Author: 0 Mongolian wrestling coaches strip in protest at judges' decision

Two Mongolian wrestling coaches sensationally removed their clothes in protest at the the result of a bronze medal bout, in scarcely believable scenes at Rio 2016. Tsenrenbataar Tsostbayar followed him and removed his shirt and shoes, then one-upped Bayoraa by also taking off his trousers. Are you a fan of the emotion shown by the coaches? Navruzov was in command of the match and to ensure victory, many believed he was wrestling in a style that was unsportsmanlike for the Olympics but would ...

World Media Trump's First Campaign Ad Strikes a Dark, Familiar Tone
Author: 0 Trump's First Campaign Ad Strikes a Dark, Familiar Tone

It still falsely accused Hillary Clinton of being personally corrupt. "No group in America has been more harmed by Hillary Clinton's policies than African Americans", Mr Trump told a rally in Dimondale, Michigan. But Trump has a stronger lead among male voters, 54 to 43 percent, than Clinton has with women voters, which is 44 to 39 percent. Trump's campaign chairman Paul Manafort resigned on Friday, amid an investigation into his work for ousted Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych.

World Media US Jets Scrambled to Protect American Forces from Syrian Airstrikes
Author: 0 US Jets Scrambled to Protect American Forces from Syrian Airstrikes

US fighter jets scrambled to eastern Syria this week when Syrian bombers attacked in the vicinity of American and coalition Special Operations forces working with Kurdish and Arab opposition fighters, the Pentagon said Friday. special advisers. USA officials tried to contact Syrian government and Russian forces operating in the region, and Russian officials replied that their bombers were not involved.

World Media Boy dies after dog attack
Author: 0 Boy dies after dog attack

Scott Howell, 19, said: "I heard this bad screaming and thought it was kids playing in the garden, but then I thought this is going on a bit too long". 'The boy was taken to hospital where he sadly died from his injuries. Scott Howell, 19, who called the police after realising what had happened, said: "They have only had the dog about a week because we heard it barking".

World Media Judge Refuses to Order Deposition in Conservatives' Clinton Email Suit
Author: 0 Judge Refuses to Order Deposition in Conservatives' Clinton Email Suit

Mr Powell said he emailed Mrs Clinton describing his use of a personal AOL account for unclassified messages while leading the state department under President George W Bush. Clinton's time as State Department secretary, had wanted in-person testimony, saying that was the only way to handle follow-ups that might arise based on what she says.