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Seattle's air quality 'worse than Beijing' as wildfires continue 

FOX News
As wildfires continue to rage throughout eastern Washington, officials said on Tuesday that air quality in Seattle was worse than that of Beijing.... read more
 
16. elokuuta 2018 4:30:00 Categories: FOX News

'Very proud of her': Mum's support for murder accused 

Sydney Morning Herald
Hannah Quinn and boyfriend Blake Davis appeared before Newtown Local Court on murder charges the day after they handed themselves into police... read more
 
16. elokuuta 2018 4:30:00 Categories: Sydney Morning Herald

Republicans blast rock band poster of burning White House 

The Hill
Rock group Pearl Jam and Montana Sen. Jon Tester (D) found themselves the targets of Republican criticism on Wednesday after the band tweeted a design for a poster featuring the senator jumping a tractor over a burning White House.... read more
 
16. elokuuta 2018 4:30:00 Categories: The Hill

Former 'Home and Away' star Todd Lasance talks 'Bite Club' 

OK! Magazine
Summer Bay alum Todd Lasance is making waves in the US, but he returned home for a new Australian crime thriller Bite Club which is set to be a hit Down Under.... read more
 
16. elokuuta 2018 4:30:00 Categories: OK! Magazine

GoT star Nathalie Emmanuel promises 'mind-blowing' season 8 finale 

Digital Spy (UK)
"It's going to be exciting and heartbreaking."... read more
 
16. elokuuta 2018 4:30:00 Categories: Digital Spy (UK)

Tesla whistleblower tweets about allegedly flawed cars, scrapped parts 

CNBC
Tesla whistleblower Martin Tripp is tweeting internal emails, photos and vehicle identification numbers that he says are evidence of deeply flawed manufacturing practices at Tesla's battery factory.... read more
 
16. elokuuta 2018 4:28:00 Categories: CNBC

Mariah Carey's daughter, 7, poses 'like Mommy' in adorable pic 

Billboard
Like mother, like daughter.... read more
 
16. elokuuta 2018 4:25:41 Categories: Billboard

17 times Brennan has torched Trump 

The Hill
President Trump on Wednesday revoked the security clearance of former CIA Director John Brennan, in a move that was widely seen as being punitive toward a sharp critic of the president and his administration.In a statement read by White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Trump cast Brennan as a threat to national securit...... read more
 
16. elokuuta 2018 4:25:00 Categories: The Hill

Charges dismissed in 2003 slaying; man released from prison 

Associated Press
A Detroit man who spent about 15 years in prison for a murder he didn't commit was released Wednesday- on his birthday.... read more
 
16. elokuuta 2018 4:24:00 Categories: Associated Press

Rape charges won't be filed against Broncos' Gotsis 

NBC Sports
The Fulton County District Attorney's Office in Georgia announced on Wednesday that it will not pursue rape charges against Broncos defensive tackle Adam Gotsis.&nbsp;... read more
 
16. elokuuta 2018 4:17:24 Categories: NBC Sports

Trump's Embrace of Populist Rulers Now Expanding to Hungary's Orban 

Bloomberg
Viktor Orban, the standard bearer for European populism, has become the latest leader to go from pariah to partner in a U.S. foreign-policy shift under President Donald Trump.... read more
 
16. elokuuta 2018 4:15:00 Categories: Bloomberg

Not just land heat waves: Oceans are in hot water, too 

Associated Press
Even the seas are seeing heat waves.&nbsp;... read more
 
16. elokuuta 2018 4:15:00 Categories: Associated Press

Adelaide boy critical after school fall 

AAP
A nine-year-old boy has been taken to hospital in a critical condition after falling at his Adelaide school.... read more
 
16. elokuuta 2018 4:15:00 Categories: AAP

'Survivor' contestant Heath talks about blindsiding Benji 

TV WEEK
Heath had Australian Survivor fans on the edge of their seats last night, as he debated playing his immunity idol at a tribal council where he was being voted for by 100% of his tribe mates.... read more
 
16. elokuuta 2018 4:15:00 Categories: TV WEEK

Cramer: Global sell-off isn't 'as special as it seems' 

CNBC
<p>Wednesday's sell-off can be blamed on Turkey, China and commodities, but investors should take advantage of cheap stocks instead of worrying, CNBC's Jim Cramer said.</p>... read more
 
16. elokuuta 2018 4:13:28 Categories: CNBC

Westminster terror attack probe: Scotland Yard granted more time to quiz crash suspect 

Evening Standard
Detectives have been given more time to quiz the Westminster terror attack suspect Salih Khater. Khater, 29, was arrested after allegedly ploughing into cyclists and pedestrians in a Ford Fiesta before crashing into security barriers outside the Houses of Parliament. The British national, originally from Sudan, had been held on a terrorism charge but was later further arrested for attempted murdered, police revealed on Wednesday. Khater remains in custody. Scotland Yard said it was granted a warrant to detain him until Monday. Forensic officers by the car that crashed into security barriers outside Parliament (PA) The suspect's brother Abdullah Khater told the BBC he was a "normal person" and that their family, who are originally from Darfur, were in a "state of shock". The Metropolitan Police's counter-terror head Neil Basu said on Tuesday Khater was not co-operating, while the priority of the investigation team continues to be to understand the motivation. Mr Basu said the force is treating it as a terrorist incident because of its apparently deliberate nature, the method used and the "iconic" location. The force said officers have concluded searches at two addresses in Birmingham and one in Nottingham, and continue to search a third in Birmingham. Suspect: SalihKhater Among those to express their shock at Khater's arrest was Anwar Mukhta, who said he has known the suspect for eight years. He told ITV News the current narrative will be revealed to be a "lie", adding: "It is an accident, it's nothing to do with terrorists, it's nothing to do with any organisation that tried to make an attack to any Government department." Residents who knew Khater have described him as a quiet man who frequently visited the Bunna Internet Cafe on Stratford Road in Birmingham. One customer, who would only give his name as Adam, said he had been served coffee by Khater and that he was a polite and apparently humble man. "I am still in shock. I've known him for about a year and he is a very, very good man," he said. "I can't see him doing anything stupid. He was polite, humble and he kept himself to himself. "The whole community is upset. I can't see it not being an accident - I couldn't see him hurting a fly, never mind a human being." Ahmed Abdi, originally from Somalia, said Khater was regularly at the cafe, and was a "very quiet" man who "never spoke" and drove a small, old white car. Police investigation: Forensics officers work near the car that crashed into security barriers outside Parliament (AP) The 43-year-old, who recognised his image on the news, said he knew the man as Salih and had known him for around a year-and-a-half. A police search is thought to have taken place about a mile from the cafe, at a tower block in the Highgate area, where a plainclothes officer prevented reporters from entering the 10th-floor landing. Khater was previously an accountancy student at Coventry University, a spokesman said, confirming he attended between September last year and May. Read more London workers 'verbally abused police at Westminster cordon' He added that Khater failed the first year of his course and his enrolment was terminated. The Facebook page for a man called Salih Khater says he lives in Birmingham, works as a shop manager, and has studied at Sudan University of Science and Technology. It has subsequently been disabled and is no longer publicly available on the social network. Birmingham Central Mosque said members of the local community believed Khater may have travelled to London for an appointment to obtain a visa to travel to Sudan. Trustee Nassar Mahmood said inquiries in the local Sudanese community suggested Khater did not worship at the mosque and had shown no signs of radicalisation.... read more
 
16. elokuuta 2018 4:13:00 Categories: Evening Standard

The one team Liverpool fans will be DESPERATE to be drawn against in the Champions League 

Liverpool Echo
Pot 2 or Pot 3 - many Reds supporters won't really care as long as one particular club are in opposition... read more
 
16. elokuuta 2018 4:05:52 Categories: Liverpool Echo

Wrinkle-free, non-iron cotton shirts to become reality 

ABC News
Not having to iron a cotton shirt, which also sheds biodegradable fibre in the environment rather than synthetics when washed, could become a reality in the future with a new CSIRO project underway.... read more
 
16. elokuuta 2018 4:05:00 Categories: ABC News

'America's Got Talent' standout, 14, faces backlash over 'Voice' stint 

People
AGT's Courtney Hadwin Competed on The Voice Kids U.K.... read more
 
16. elokuuta 2018 4:02:08 Categories: People

White supremacist rally leader gets yelled at by dad during livestream 

The Hill
White supremacist rally leader Jason Kessler was interrupted while filming a livestream on Tuesday by his father, who scolded his son for recording in his bedroom. Kessler was filming an interview with Patrick Little, a neo-Nazi who ran an unsuccessful campaign for Senate in California."Hey! You get out of my room!" Kessler's father is heard to shout during the livestream, a clip of which was ...... read more
 
16. elokuuta 2018 4:00:00 Categories: The Hill
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