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A Florida sign language interpreter's astonishingly wrong Irma warnings has people outraged

A Florida sign language interpreter's astonishingly wrong Irma warnings has people outraged

But Greene was clearly more rusty than he realized and signed words such as pizza, bear and monster during the conference. "It was horribly unnerving for me". The press conference turned out to be an insult and a disaster, according to members of the deaf community. He pointed out - Greene was dressed in a bright yellow shirt, a major no-no for deaf interpreters since they always dress in black allowing their hands to be visible.


World condemns N Korea's missile launch

World condemns N Korea's missile launch

The pan-European Stoxx Europe 600 index swung between gains and losses before closing 0.1 percent higher at 381.79. The emergency Security Council consultations were requested by the USA and Japan following North Korea's launch of a ballistic missile on Friday local time, which flew over Japan's Hokkaido.


Most Americans Want Dreamers To Have Pathway To Citizenship

Most Americans Want Dreamers To Have Pathway To Citizenship

These young people - called " Dreamers " for the DREAM Act - often didn't know anything about the countries their families fled. More echoed Rubio's sentiment, and it wasn't only college students, either. David Bier of the Cato Institute has done remarkable research into the economics of the DACA program . The vast majority of DACA recipients are outstanding members of our community that pay taxes and contribute greatly to our nation .


Pakistan PM to raise Kashmir at UNGA

Pakistan PM to raise Kashmir at UNGA

Abbasi's trip to the USA to attend the General Assembly session will not only be his first as premier, but also the first high-level visit from Pakistan to the United States after President Donald Trump criticised the country for providing safe havens to terrorists.


Gov't and Opposition in Venezuela Resume Peaceful Dialogue

Gov't and Opposition in Venezuela Resume Peaceful Dialogue

The surprise negotiations were announced by Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Tuesday, when the head of state confirmed that he had accepted an invitation from former Spanish President José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero and Dominican Foreign Minister Miguel Vargas to begin renewed dialogue efforts.


'Power, power, power': Millions in Florida swelter through outages after Irma

'Power, power, power': Millions in Florida swelter through outages after Irma

Municipal utilities had about 174,000 customers without power, while Tampa Electric Co. had about 89,000. Some 5.8 million homes and businesses in Florida and nearby states still had no power on Tuesday after the pummeling from Hurricane Irma , as utility companies scrambled to get the lights back on in one of the biggest power restoration efforts in USA history.