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Global Media Denmark fines first woman for violating face veil ban
Author: 0 Denmark fines first woman for violating face veil ban

She chose the latter . He stressed that the assault had nothing to do with the niqab. " During the fight her niqab came off, but by the time we arrived she had put it back on again ", Borchersen told Ritzau. despite the various penalties including an 120 US dollar fine for first-time offenders or up to six months in jail for repeated offences. If they do not comply with police orders, they will be handed a fine and sent home.

Global Media Suspect in Death of President Bush's Doctor Kills Himself
Author: 0 Suspect in Death of President Bush's Doctor Kills Himself

Investigators believe that Pappas killed Dr. Hausknecht because he was treating his mother 20 years ago when she died during heart surgery. Responding officers arrived in the area shortly after and were able to pinpoint Pappas' location, closing in on him around 9:30 a.m.

Global Media Trump fires back at Republican mega donors after criticism
Author: 0 Trump fires back at Republican mega donors after criticism

Now that Kim Jong Un is his fast friend, President Trump has made a decision to pick a fight with some truly nefarious operators-the successful American businessmen and political donors Charles and David Koch . The Kochs' influence has been powered by their fortunes from Koch Industries, the second-largest privately held US company with operations in a range of sectors from refining and chemicals to ranching and forest products.

Global Media Is the Press the Enemy of the People?
Author: 0 Is the Press the Enemy of the People?

In a conversation titled "women, leadership and the workforce", she acknowledged she was the daughter of an immigrant to the United States but stressed that her mother, Ivana Trump, came to the USA legally. "It is the FAKE NEWS, which is a large percentage of the media, that is the enemy of the people!" he wrote on Twitter , referring to comments that his daughter Ivanka Trump made in an interview earlier in the day.

Author: 0 Saudi Airstrikes Kill at Least 52 Civilians at Yemen's Hodeidah Fishing Port

The fall of the port would cut those millions off from food entirely, as Hodeidah is the last rebel-held port, and the Saudi-led forces have only allowed the other ports to supply "loyal" cities. UN envoy Martin Griffiths told the Security Council on Thursday that the United Nations will invite the warring sides for talks on September 6 in Geneva on a framework for peace negotiations.

Global Media Rising Winds Forecast For Northern California Wildfire Zones
Author: 0 Rising Winds Forecast For Northern California Wildfire Zones

The forecast included extremely low humidity levels that leave vegetation ready to burn. Tiles were torn off the roofs of homes. The National Weather Service issued red flag warnings of critical fire weather conditions through Saturday night, saying a series of dry low-pressure systems passing through the region could bring wind gusts of up to 35 miles per hour that could turn small fires or even sparks into racing walls of flame.

Author: 0 USA targets Russian bank for violating North Korea sanctions

In the report the experts heavily criticised North Korea's "deceptive practices", saying they were systematically undermining the effectiveness of financial sanctions. The report cited USA figures estimating that North Korea had procured over 500,000 barrels of petroleum products in the first five months of 2018, meaning that it would now be in violation of sanctions resolutions.

Global Media China unveils retaliatory tariffs on $60B of U.S. goods in latest salvo
Author: 0 China unveils retaliatory tariffs on $60B of U.S. goods in latest salvo

U.S. President Donald Trump has proposed raising tariffs to 25% on a range Chinese products including fresh fruit and vegetables, in the latest development of the escalating trade war. The latest action against China also comes closely behind the August interest rate decision from the Federal Reserve , which saw the USA central bank leave its monetary policy unchanged but reiterate an otherwise bullish outlook for the USA economy.

Global Media NAFTA: Mexican official says
Author: 0 NAFTA: Mexican official says "getting close" on autos deal

Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, his second visit in as many weeks, according to two of the people who asked not to be identified discussing private negotiations. Mexican officials say the U.S. is now showing more flexibility on autos and other issues. Last week, Lighthizer told a U.S. Senate panel that it wasn't "unreasonable" for an updated NAFTA deal to be concluded by the end of August.

Global Media France Bans The Use Of Smart Devices In Schools
Author: 0 France Bans The Use Of Smart Devices In Schools

French lawmakers voted this week to ban smartphones in schools for kids up to the age of 14 or 15. It was originally a campaign promise from French President Emmanuel Macron , who said he would outlaw children's phones in preschool, elementary, and middle schools.

Global Media Danish ban on Islamic full-face veil comes into effect
Author: 0 Danish ban on Islamic full-face veil comes into effect

Human rights groups argue that the ban on the face veil violates the rights of Danish citizens. Protests against the ban were planned in the capital Copenhagen and the second-biggest city Aarhus late Wednesday, with several hundred people expected to attend - some of them wearing the full-face veil.

Global Media Government shutdown over wall funding would be a 'great campaign issue'
Author: 0 Government shutdown over wall funding would be a 'great campaign issue'

President Trump on Tuesday reinforced his threat to shut down the government this fall over border wall funding, saying the issue is bigger than politics. It was the president's third shutdown threat in as many days. The Senate wrote its Homeland Security funding bill to the original $1.6 billion level, while the House has allocated $5 billion in its version.

Global Media China calls draft pact on territorial feud a 'breakthrough'
Author: 0 China calls draft pact on territorial feud a 'breakthrough'

Beijing's suggestions are part of efforts to expand its influence in the South China Sea , which it claims nearly entirely, and push back at Washington, which has backed nations with overlapping claims to the waters. In a report by Agence France-Presse, a draft document has shown China's intention to conduct exercises with neighboring countries in Southeast Asia.

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Author: 0 "Imminent failure" possible of College Lake Dam

County officials reported the dam's "imminent failure" at around 9:30 p.m. Heavy rain has caused College Lake Dam, around a mile from the city, to fill to near capacity. The University of Lynchburg was not ordered to evacuate, officials said, because it is not downstream from the dam. WDBJ reported that crews worked to evacuate 124 residences - in the city of 80,000 - on several roads near the dam.

Global Media Donald Trump says Mueller probe must end ‘right now’
Author: 0 Donald Trump says Mueller probe must end ‘right now’

President Donald Trump's legal team and special counsel Robert Mueller's office are reportedly closing in on a deal to allow Mueller to interview the president. He added that the team may be receptive to questions of obstruction "if they could show us one or two there, we can consider it". US intelligence officials are anxious Russian Federation and perhaps other foreign actors look to interfere in November's elections, just as Moscow did in 2016, members of President Donald Trump's ...

Global Media Man Taunts Bison in Yellowstone National Park, Gets What He Deserves
Author: 0 Man Taunts Bison in Yellowstone National Park, Gets What He Deserves

As the bison charges towards the man again, Jones turns the camera away. A video of the bison incident was captured by Lindsey Jones of Elko, Nevada, on August 1. "People who ignore these rules are risking their lives and threatening the park experience for everyone else", Wenk said in the statement. "Every year people are injured when they approach animals too closely".

Global Media Pope changes teaching to oppose death penalty in all cases
Author: 0 Pope changes teaching to oppose death penalty in all cases

The new teaching , contained in Catechism No. 2267, says the previous policy is outdated, that there are other ways to protect the common good, and that the church should instead commit itself to working to end capital punishment. I eagerly await the new, forceful and reversed positions on the death penalty from all the Catholic politicians who regularly explain their anti-abortion stance as "the teaching of my church".

Global Media Missing Iowa woman possibly sighted in Missouri
Author: 0 Missing Iowa woman possibly sighted in Missouri

It was not immediately clear whose shirt it was. WQAD's fellow ABC affiliate KCRG in Cedar Rapids is reporting a heavy law-enforcement presence on a rural stretch of highway in Poweshiek County that could be related to the disappearance of Mollie Tibbetts .

Global Media Trump finds 'new friend' in Italian premier
Author: 0 Trump finds 'new friend' in Italian premier

With their like-minded views on trade and immigration, following a meeting in the White house - they have even more to bond them, with Conte turning out to be Trump's main ally in Europe. "He has taken a very firm stance on the border, a stance that few countries have taken", Trump said, addressing reporters. Trump - who has pursued a "zero tolerance" policy at the USA border, a crackdown that led to hundreds of children being separated from parents who crossed into the country from Mexico ...

Global Media Facebook Removes
Author: 0 Facebook Removes "Inauthentic" Left-Wing Accounts

Inauthentic pages dating back more than a year organised an array of real world events, all but two of which have taken place, according to Facebook. For example, while IP addresses are easy to spoof, the IRA accounts we disabled previous year sometimes used Russian IP addresses. Facebook executives said they did not have enough technical evidence to link the activity to any specific group at this time .

Global Media Republicans won't budge on Kavanaugh documents amid Dem accusations of hiding records
Author: 0 Republicans won't budge on Kavanaugh documents amid Dem accusations of hiding records

Grassley said he would prefer a Kavanaugh confirmation hearing in early September, since it could take the committee two weeks to vote on the nomination because of committee rules. Any delay could mean that Kavanaugh, if ultimately approved by the Republican-led Senate, could still miss the October 1 start of the Supreme Court's term and that the final confirmation vote could take place close to the November 6 USA congressional elections.

Global Media Assam NRC Final Draft is Communal and Sectarian
Author: 0 Assam NRC Final Draft is Communal and Sectarian

After this, in the next one month all these 40 lakh individuals will be informed about the reasons why their names were not included. Several other survivors of the "Nellie Massacre", which killed around 2,000 people from more than a dozen villages, gave accounts of burying bodies in a mass grave now partly under water.