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  • Aid group warns of death among Rohingya in Bangladesh

    17 September 2017 6:30 AM 12

    COX‘S BAZAR, Bangladesh (Reuters) - Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh could die due to a lack of food, shelter and water available for the huge numbers of them fleeing violence in Myanmar, an aid agency warned on Sunday. Nearly 410,000 members of the Rohingya Muslim minority fled from western Rakhine state to Bangladesh to escape a military offensive that the United

  • Hurricane Jose staying off US East Coast

    17 September 2017 1:22 AM 50

    Hurricane Jose is expected to pass east of the North Carolina coast on Monday and remain off the US East Coast from Virginia to New England, while Tropical Storm Maria formed and is forecast to become a hurricane early next week, the US National Hurricane Center says. Maria could threaten several Caribbean islands, some of which were devastated by Hurricane

  • Violence in Myanmar shows the world needs to stop romanticising Buddhism

    17 September 2017 1:19 AM 44

    THERE is a perception among the Western world that Buddhists are all peaceful, loving people. But some of them are willing to burn villages to the ground. PEOPLE don’t generally associate Buddhists with violence, especially not the type of violence that sees houses set on fire and gunfire sprayed around villages. But one expert says people around the world

  • Murder acquittal for St Louis ex-cop triggers second day of protests in US city

    17 September 2017 12:25 AM 54

    Noisy demonstrators marched through two malls in an upscale area of suburban St. Louis Saturday to protest the acquittal of a white former St. Louis officer in the shooting of a black man, picking up after a night of mostly peaceful demonstrations that escalated into scattered acts of vandalism and violence. A few hundred people walked through West County

  • Man stabbed by girlfriend, charged with rape after he assaulted her daughter, police say

    16 September 2017 6:09 PM 59

    A Cleveland man was charged with rape after his girlfriend stabbed him six times Tuesday when she discovered him naked atop of her 12-year-old daughter, police said. Troy Parks, 31, was charged with “rape and gross sexual imposition” in the incident that occurred in a Cleveland neighborhood, Cleveland.com reported. Parks’ girlfriend, who was not named

  • London underground blast: Man arrested as hundreds of UK soldiers deployed

    16 September 2017 8:17 AM 16

    An 18-year-old man has been arrested in connection to a terrorist attack on a London underground train, which left 30 people injured when a homemade bomb exploded during peak hour, police say. The man was in Dover on England's south-east coast on Saturday morning (local time). Police said the man was being held under the Terrorism Act, and that he was in custody

  • Eight police injured in St Louis protest

    16 September 2017 6:33 AM 52

    Eight police officers were injured in clashes with demonstrators in St Louis when a largely peaceful protest turned violent in the early hours of Saturday after a Missouri judge acquitted a former white police officer of murder in the 2011 fatal shooting of a black man suspected of dealing drugs. The clashes erupted when police confronted a small group

  • Iceland PM calls election as partner quits

    16 September 2017 5:39 AM 10

    Iceland's prime minister has called for a snap parliamentary election after one party in the ruling coalition quit his government formed less than nine months ago. The outgoing party, Bright Future, cited a "breach of trust" after Prime Minister Bjarni Benediktsson's party allegedly tried to cover up a scandal involving his father. That leaves the country

  • Jaguar, named Shadow, seen in video roaming through Arizona mountains

    16 September 2017 3:01 AM 12

    Wildlife conservationists have released new video footage showing what is believed to be one of three jaguars seen in the United States in the past few years. The video was released on Thursday by the Centre for Biological Diversity, a US non-profit group based in Tucson. Footage of a wild jaguar living in the Chiricahua Mountains of southern Arizona

  • Explosion reported on London Underground

    15 September 2017 6:54 PM 31

    THE UK has raised its terror alert to the highest level of “critical”, meaning another attack is looming, after a London train bomb injured 29 people. However, London Metropolitan Police have admitted they currently have no suspects and were forced to deny earlier reports that they had identified the culprit using CCTV. Sky News earlier reported that British