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Tsunami fears in Kos as tremors strike again

Tsunami fears in Kos as tremors strike again

The first aftershock, of 4.4 magnitude, hit the island about 8 p.m. local time and was followed 16 minutes later by a 4.6-magnitude tremor, the Athens Geodynamics Institute reported. A second fatality of the 6.6-magnitude shock was a Swedish man, according to Greek officials. Another two tremors have struck the Greek island this afternoon just days after a 6.9 magnitude quake rocked off the coast of Marmaris in Turkey.


Trump attacks 'illegal leaks' about Sessions's Russian meetings

Trump attacks 'illegal leaks' about Sessions's Russian meetings

Kislyak, who held the post since 2008, is expected to be replaced by Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Anatoly Antonov. The Iowa senator leads the Senate Judiciary Committee, which is investigating possible Russian collusion with the Trump campaign during the 2016 election.


Central Intelligence Agency did not end Syria rebel support 'to appease Russia'

Central Intelligence Agency did not end Syria rebel support 'to appease Russia'

On July 7, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov announced that experts from Russia , the United States and Jordan agreed on a memorandum on the establishment of a de-escalation zone in Syria's southwestern provinces following the first face-to-face meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his USA counterpart Donald Trump .



United Nations chief express concern over Jerusalem violence

Meanwhile, the UN Security Council has scheduled a meeting on Monday to "urgently discuss how calls for de-escalation in Jerusalem can be supported", in response to requests by Sweden, Egypt and France. Israel imposed the measures after a gun and knife attack killed two Israeli policemen on July 14. But Abbas has not only done nothing to end terror emanating from the Palestinian Authority, he has elected to freeze all contact with Israel at "all levels" in response to the decision to ...


State jobless rate drops, local rates rise

State jobless rate drops, local rates rise

The report shows 18,444 people were working, down from 18,466 in May and 18,925 past year. "That's kind of handicapped Miami-Dade". The overall state rate was better than the national unemployment figure, which stood at 4.4 percent in June.


Superb round pushes Chad Collins to comfortable lead at Barbasol

Superb round pushes Chad Collins to comfortable lead at Barbasol

Collins missed a chance for the 10th sub-60 round in PGA Tour history and third of the season, parring the final two holes for an 11-under 60. After his day, Collins talked about how close he got to the 59 round. Collins made the 36-hole cut for only the fifth time in 23 events this year. The two-time Web.com Tour victor had missed five straight cuts and 11 of 12.