With Sniffer Dogs and Hope, Rescue Teams Comb Shambles Left by Hurricane Michael – New York Times

New York Times With Sniffer Dogs and Hope, Rescue Teams Comb Shambles Left by Hurricane MichaelNew York TimesMEXICO BEACH, Fla. — As Hurricane Michael slowly revealed the victims of its deadly march, search-and-rescue crews scoured remote wooded patches and a tiny gutted beach on Saturday, going door-to-door in the storm-crushed Florida Panhandle.Hurricane Michael death toll climbs to 18 with new victim reported in VirginiaCNNHurricane Michael's destruction wasn't limited to the Florida coastUSA TODAYHundreds found by rescuers after Hurricane Michael but many still missing; death toll at 17Fox NewsU.S. News &…

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Bodies of 11 Babies Found Hidden in Shuttered Detroit Funeral Home – New York Times

New York Times Bodies of 11 Babies Found Hidden in Shuttered Detroit Funeral HomeNew York TimesThe decomposing remains of 11 infants were found on Friday after Michigan authorities received an anonymous tip that sent them to a shuttered funeral home in eastern Detroit. The bodies were found in a box and a coffin that were hidden in a drop …Inside an abandoned funeral home: A hidden compartment, a casket — and 11 dead infantsWashington PostBodies of 11 infants 'stashed like trash' in funeral homeThe Detroit NewsBodies of 11 infants found…

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Hundreds of Hondurans head for US border in mass migration 'march': report – Fox News

Fox News Hundreds of Hondurans head for US border in mass migration 'march': reportFox NewsHondurans, fleeing poverty and violence, are seen here in San Pedro Sula. They're headed toward the U.S. (Reuters). Hundreds of Honduran migrants are headed for the United States border, just days after Vice President Pence sat down with the Central …Spontaneous caravan of migrants winds way through HondurasKSL.comall 37 news articles » Source: Google News All rights reserved. This material and any other material on this platform may not be reproduced, published, broadcast, written or distributed in full…

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Trump Welcomes Home Pastor Andrew Brunson, but Denies Link to Saudi Case – New York Times

New York Times Trump Welcomes Home Pastor Andrew Brunson, but Denies Link to Saudi CaseNew York TimesWASHINGTON — President Trump welcomed home on Saturday an American pastor freed by Turkey and said the release would improve relations with Ankara, but he denied any connection to the dispute between Turkey and Saudi Arabia over the missing …Pastor Andrew Brunson kneels in prayer in Oval Office after being freed from Turkish jailWashington PostReleased US pastor Andrew Brunson returns to US, meets with TrumpCNNPastor Arrives Back in US After Two Years Detained in TurkeyWall…

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Intimidation, detention, even murder: World is full of many potential Jamal Khashoggis – USA TODAY

USA TODAY Intimidation, detention, even murder: World is full of many potential Jamal KhashoggisUSA TODAYLONDON — A member of a protest-art group in Moscow is rendered temporarily unable to see, speak or walk – likely the result of nerve poison. A popular YouTube satirist from the Middle East is beaten on the streets of London. China's most famous …Jamal Khashoggi disappearance: UN chief demands 'truth'BBC NewsTurkey obtains recordings of Saudi journalist's purported killing: paperReutersJamal Khashoggi's long road to the doors of the Saudi ConsulateWashington Postall 5,445 news articles » Source: Google…

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Far From the Shattered Coast, Hurricane Michael Packed an Unexpected Punch – New York Times

New York Times Far From the Shattered Coast, Hurricane Michael Packed an Unexpected PunchNew York TimesMARIANNA, Fla. — After carving a path of despair along the coast of Florida's Panhandle, Hurricane Michael drubbed the state's inland rural communities. The storm struck them with such unexpected brutal force that it left residents and officials …Hurricane Michael: Fears deaths will rise as 'war zone' searchedBBC NewsDeath toll from Michael seen rising as Florida towns remain cut offReutersHurricane Michael's death toll rises to 17: 'We were just surprised by the sheer damage'ABC NewsWashington…

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Richard Branson Halts $1bn Investment Talks With Saudi Arabia Over Jounalist Disappearance

BBC reports that Sir Richard Branson has halted talks over $1bn Saudi investment in Virgin space firms after the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Sir Richard has also suspended directorships in two tourism projects. Mr Khashoggi, a noted critic of the Saudi government, disappeared when visiting the Saudi consulate in Istanbul last week. Turkish police told US officials they have evidence that proves Mr Khashoggi was killed, the Washington Post said. In a statement, Sir Richard said: “What has reportedly happened in Turkey around the disappearance of journalist Jamal…

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FG, EU Release N3.4bn For Flood Victims

The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) yesterday disclosed that the federal government had released N3billion to support victims across the country. This came as the European Union Commission also said yesterday it had provided 1 million Euros (N400 million) for the same purpose. The Daily Post reports that the head of the EU delegation to Nigeria and ECOWAS, Ambassador Ketil Karlsen, said the commission’s funding was to provide shelter, medicine and other basic items for an estimated 60,000 people in three of the nine most affected states. The envoy who…

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Ups and downs of bullpenning on display as Brewers take Game 1 – ESPN

ESPN Ups and downs of bullpenning on display as Brewers take Game 1ESPNMILWAUKEE — The aim of bullpenning is supposed to be to prevent runs, not generate them. Even when it comes to that, it seems the Milwaukee Brewers cannot follow convention. Editor's Picks. Grandal on Kershaw's loss: 'We let him down'. Dodgers ace …Dodgers let Clayton Kershaw down in Game 1 — and he couldn't pick them back upUSA TODAYBrewers knock out Clayton Kershaw early, hold on late to win NLCS Game 1Washington PostManny Machado shows Yankees he can be…

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ICPC Uncovers N9.8bn Hidden By Nigerian Govt In Bank

ICPC uncovers Nigerian govt’s N9.8billion hidden in bank October 13, 2018Press Release ICPC Head Office ICPC Head Office Related News Monetisation: ICPC recovers houses, N18m from civil servants Trial of former Police I-G Ehindero for alleged N64bn fraud to resume — ICPC ICPC declares civil servant wanted over N36.2 m fraud SHOCKING: Two ICPC board members appointed by Osinbajo under investigation for ‘multi-million naira corruption’ ICPC stops Nigerian University from extorting money from new students The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) says it has discovered N9.8…

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