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Sunny Monday in central Oklahoma, warmer temperatures ahead this week

Sunny Monday in central Oklahoma, warmer temperatures ahead this week

It will continue to be breezy with winds out of the east and northeast with gusts up to 30 miles per hour. Tuesday - A slight chance of showers. Partly sunny, with a high near 76. Chance of precipitation is 50%. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 60. FRIDAY: Mostly sunny and hot. Friday night , the low will be around 70 with partly cloudy skies, according to the weather service.


Malala urges global community to intervene in Rohingya crisis

Malala urges global community to intervene in Rohingya crisis

The United Nations says 294,000 bedraggled and exhausted Rohingya refugees have arrived in Bangladesh since attacks by Rohingya militants on Myanmar security forces in Rakhine on August 25 sparked a major military backlash. Embassy in Myanmar from 1999 to 2002, said a lot of the criticism of Aung San Suu Kyi is unfair, due to the limitations on her power and influence. Bangladesh, which already hosted around 400,000 Rohingya refugees, has faced a fresh influx of refugees since the ...



Congress blames BJP over probe, MoS Kushwaha suggests CBI take over

The Supreme Court on Monday issued notices to the Centre, the CBI, the state government and others on the child's father Varun Chandra Thakur's plea for a CBI probe into Pradhuman's murder on September 8. Meanwhile, in Mumbai, the trustees of the Ryan International Schools filed an application in Bombay High Court seeking anticipatory transit bail to move an appropriate court in Haryana.


Storm Katia builds in Caribbean as Irma strikes

Storm Katia builds in Caribbean as Irma strikes

The latter has left a trail of destruction across several Caribbean islands and is now heading for Florida, U.S. After arriving in Mexico - as all hurricanes do when they hit land - Katia quickly weakened with winds of about 35 miles per hour.


Irma weakening but still unsafe as it pounds Florida with winds, floodwaters

Irma weakening but still unsafe as it pounds Florida with winds, floodwaters

Winds are sustained at 125 miles per hour making it a Category 3 storm. Hurricane Irma is about to inflict a devastating, destructive strike on Florida , but its impacts will also be felt in Georgia and SC, among other states. He believes southwest Florida is the most impacted but cautions that numbers may rise as "Irma hasn't left". In metro Atlanta, MARTA suspended its Monday bus and rail service ahead of the storm.