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Investigation launched after barrier collapse

Several fell about 1.5 metres and were crushed by other fans who dropped on top of them. He told the LCI channel that the s tadium was being refurbished, but insisted the painting and roofing work had nothing to do with the collapse. The LFP expresses its solidarity with the injured and their families . "We hope that the French league identifies those responsible". "Professional football demands a certain number of organisational requirements, and in this context, these statements seem ...

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Moscow says ready to cooperate with Pyongyang to resolve missile crisis

North Korea and Russian Federation foreign ministry officials are meeting for negotiations in Moscow, as Pyongyang may be seeking stronger ties amid a nuclear crisis and deteriorating relations with China, its main trading partner. In a show of force on Saturday, U.S. Air Force B-1B Lancer bombers escorted by fighters flew east of North Korea. Russian Federation has been quietly aiding North Korea via a web of shell companies on the border with the Stalinist state.

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Mandatory dues for leftist politics in crosshairs

The court has agreed to take up - again - a case involving a California dealership that claims those advisers are similar to salesmen or mechanics, and therefore exempt from overtime requirements under the Fair Labor Standards Act. Supreme Court announced the addition of Janus v. Janus involves a challenge to "fair share" fees-money collected by unions in order to negotiate a contract that applies to all employees, regardless of their union status.

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Wisma Putra imposes travel ban to North Korea

However, the national team will now remain in Johor Baru until the following week before travelling to Hong Kong for another Group B qualifying match on Oct 10. The Asian Football Confederation said in a statement it will have to decide on the future status of the match. Though the move, which was far from surprising, immediately led to a flood of headlines, it needs to be understood within the broader context of Malaysia's ties with North Korea and ongoing developments affecting both sides.

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Brexit is our core task says new Ukip leader Henry Bolton

The little-known candidate beat the two front-runners in the contest - anti-Islam campaigner Anne Marie Waters and London Assembly member Peter Whittle - to win with 3,874 votes. Bolton reportedly said he was "fine" with the new design. I do not see myself as being your leader, I see myself as serving this party. An AfD candidate, Hugh Bronson, is due to address the UKIP faithful, days after his party finished third in Germany's elections on a promise to fight "an invasion of foreigners".

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Brexit Briefing: Hostilities Resume as Juncker Hopes for a Miracle

But Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Union executive and long a bogeyman for Britain's eurosceptic press, said the first stage of talks on the rights of expatriates, the border with European Union member Ireland and the financial settlement when Britain leaves had not gone far enough.

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U.S. health secretary apologises for private plane travel

Sanders said there were internal and inspector general reviews looking into Price's private flights. "I will tell you, personally, I'm not happy about it", Trump told reporters Wednesday outside the White House as he prepared to depart for a trip to Indiana.

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Toddler shoots two 3-year old children at home daycare, police investigating

Police said the tragic incident happened at around 10:20 a.m. Wednesday at a home on Harding Street near Outer Drive and Rotunda. At the time of the shooting there were seven children and at least one adult in the property. Police investigators are still meeting with prosecutors to determine whether charges will be filed. "She would always say don't you ever think about bringing a gun in this house", says her sister, Ashley Escobedo.

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Turkey's Erdogan says Iraqi Kurdish referendum has no legitimacy

Erdogan's office said in a September 27 statement that the two are expected to discuss bilateral relations "as well as regional and worldwide matters, particularly Syria and Iraq". "Besides, the countries cooperate in ensuring regional security, including in Syria", he said, adding that the two leaders will "synchronize watches on all these issues".

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Woman accused of murder in clown costume 27 years ago arrested

Shelia Keen was 27 and worked for Michael Warren at his West Palm Beach used auto lot. The pair married in Las Vegas 12 years after the shooting. The marriage established probable cause, "linking Sheila Keen Warren to the murder of Marlene Warren ".

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Trump 'not happy' with HHS secretary over travel

After news emerged of his own travel, Price's aides first said the trips were necessary because of his demanding schedule and to visit areas where transportation was complicated due to hurricane damage. Earlier this month, it was disclosed that Price had repeatedly taken private flights while conducting government business, even though his predecessors had often taken commercial flights, according to Politico .

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Maria's destruction set Puerto Rico back 'nearly 20 to 30 years'

Texas & Florida are doing great but Puerto Rico, which was already suffering from broken infrastructure & massive debt, is in deep trouble. The Jones Act requires that goods shipped between USA ports be carried by vessels built in the US, majority-owned by American firms and crewed by US citizens.

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Trump says Spain should stay united

The leader of Catalonia's separatist regional government, Carles Puigdemont, has been threatened by Spanish authorities with imprisonment for his role in the referendum. "So far, Rajoy's strategy of fully relying on legal means to stop the vote seems to be working, with the Catalan police collaborating with national police forces in their actions against the referendum", Antonio Barroso, deputy director of research at Teneo Intelligence said in a note last week.

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Saudi Arabia Lifting Ban on Women Drivers Not Enough For Some Investors

Women in Saudi Arabia are ready to get behind the wheel. Manal al Sharif , who started the Women2Drive campaign in 2011, heralded the change that she saw her country going through. It's easy to judge, but we shouldn't be too quick to forget that it wasn't that long ago that women weren't allowed to vote in the USA, for example.

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Hospital ship USNS Comfort on its way to Puerto Rico

Virgin Islands. At a warehouse in Hialeah Wednesday, donations were piling up as local groups from Puerto Rico-based Ana G. Mendez University and El Mano Con Puerto Rico are collecting supplies and goods. As part of the bipartisan bill passed a year ago to help Puerto Rico dig out from more than $70 billion in debt, Congress created a task force on reviving economic growth.

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Palestine is now INTERPOL member

Interpol approved the Palestinian application along with a bid by the Solomon Islands during its annual general assembly in Beijing . The European Jewish Congress (EJC) has decried the Palestinian Authority's acceptance into the ranks of the International Police Organization (INTERPOL) as a new member, which EJC said Wednesday is likely to only exacerbate difficulties in international cooperation in the critical fight against terror.

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Megyn Kelly Launches New Show, Saying She's Done With Politics for Now

After interviewing the four chiefs, Kelly said the story shows why she wants to do the NBC morning talk show. Here's a look back at some. The itinerary just said Today Show appearance. The first show kicked off with the cast of "Will and Grace" plugging their series, which returns to TV on September 28, and Kelly's new co-workers from " TODAY " giving her a warm welcome with mimosas.

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Saudi Arabia Finally Allows Women to Drive

We also refer to what the majority of the Council of Senior Scholars agreed on, which is that the original Islamic ruling in regards to women driving is to allow it, and that those who have opposed it have done so based on excuses that are baseless and have no predominance of thought.

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Gas prices falling but still higher than normal

Right before Hurricane Harvey disrupted oil refineries in Texas, the average price of gasoline in the USA was $2.38 a gallon. As refineries shut by storm damage work to reach pre-storm capacity levels, oil inventories may decline in the coming weeks as refineries turn to storage tanks to meet demand needs.

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Former US Rep. Anthony Weiner sentenced to 21 months in sexting case

But prosecutor Amanda Kramer urged the judge to give Weiner a significant prison sentence to end his "tragic cycle" of getting caught sexting. Weiner , once he has completed his prison sentence, must undergo internet monitoring and enroll in a sex-offender treatment program.

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Steve Chapman: Trump's confusion on Iranian deal dangerous

Foreign ministry spokesman Bahram Ghasemi was responding to a tweet by Trump over the weekend in which the USA president wrote: "Iran just test-fired a Ballistic Missile capable of reaching Israel". The calls did not stop French President Emmanuel Macron to assert that the deal was not sufficient anymore, adding that Iran should halt its destabilizing ballistic activities in the region, especially in Syria.

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Rahul Gandhi impresses Gujarat's Saurashtra, targets ruling BJP on unemployment, farmers' distress

Much depends on whether or not Rahul Gandhi is able to topple the still invincible Modi-Shah-led BJP from their home ground Gujarat. " Modi promised two crore jobs, but his government has been able to provide employment only to one lakh persons across the country".

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Justin Trudeau says mum on Iraq referendum, citing Quebec as a lesson

He says the parliament considers the Kurdish referendum unconstitutional and calls for taking legal measures against all Kurdish officials and employees who took part in the vote. Turkey has also opposed the referendum and warned that the disintegration of Iraq has the potential to turn into a major global conflict. Erdogan said traffic was only being allowed to cross from the Turkish side of the border into Kurdish areas of Iraq.

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Hurricane Maria: Orlando doctor to deliver much-needed supplies to Puerto Rico

Everything we're hearing about Puerto Rico has been so dire. By Monday afternoon, the confirmed toll from Maria's rampage across the Caribbean had jumped to at least 49 deaths, including 16 dead in Puerto Rico and 27 on the hard-hit island of Dominica.

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OPEC winning battle to end oil glut

OPEC and non-OPEC compliance with the deal to curb output rose to 116% in August, the committee said, a strong increase from the 94% compliance achieved a month ago. said in a note Monday. "Continued declining USA oil rigs and continued declining inventories is giving support to oil", said Bjarne Schieldrop, chief commodities analyst at SEB in Oslo.