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Dubai's Torch Tower Caught Fire, Again

Dubai's Torch Tower Caught Fire, Again

Most social media clips showcased how rapid the flames have spread on Dubai's Torch Tower, one of the tallest buildings in the world. "We were sleeping and we woke up to the fire alarm and people screaming". By 4.00 a.m. the exterior of the building showed no sign of fire as residents and onlookers stood around staring up at the building, according to a Reuters witness.


Because We Need It: The gentlelady from California reclaims her time

Because We Need It: The gentlelady from California reclaims her time

She simply denied that foreign countries might view these leaks as a sign that the U.S.is a non-secure environment for discussing key matters and that therefore we will lose significance and trust worldwide. "Unfortunately, this is [Trump's] fault", Waters said. Waters had already confirmed that she had "no presidential ambition" in late July, but that did not stop the ladies of " The View " from their hopeful inquiry.


Two US troops killed in Afghanistan: Pentagon

Two US troops killed in Afghanistan: Pentagon

The latest deaths raise the number of United States troops killed in action in Afghanistan so far this year to nine, matching the total for all of 2016. The exact death toll from Tuesday's blast was unclear. The attack was claimed by the Takifiri Daesh terrorist group, which is mainly active in Iraq and Syria.


USA confirms airstrike killed Al Shabab commander in Somalia

USA confirms airstrike killed Al Shabab commander in Somalia

The violence comes a day after three people died in a suspected al-Shabab attack in southern Kenya and days before Kenya's national elections on Tuesday. He was the commander in chief of al-Shabab on the ground, and was responsible for masterminding guerrila-style attacks against the Somali Government in the capital, Mogadishu.


European Union imposes new Russian Federation sanctions over Crimea turbines

European Union imposes new Russian Federation sanctions over Crimea turbines

Moscow reserves the right to respond to European Union anti-Russia sanctions extension over the Siemens turbines scandal, the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Friday. Russia's foreign ministry also denounced the European Union move as " unfriendly and unjustified " and called the reasons for the imposition of a fresh round of sanctions " absolutely unsubstantiated ".


Ashwin strikes dent Sri Lanka reply

Ashwin strikes dent Sri Lanka reply

Dismissing Dimuth Karunaratne (25) and Upul Tharanga (0), India's R Ashwin gave a ideal start to the innings. After the hardness is gone I think the help is not there for the spinners", he said adding, " Dinesh Chandimal and Kusal Mendis batted really well in the last few overs.