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Nursing Home Says It Contacted Scott 'Multiple Times' Before Patients Died

Nursing Home Says It Contacted Scott 'Multiple Times' Before Patients Died

Residents of the Florida Keys continue to be turned away. The Category 5 hurricane hit the Florida Keys island chain last weekend after carving a destructive path through the eastern Caribbean, forcing the mandatory evacuation of nearly six million people and forcing the state into lockdown.


Teenager arrested — London Metro bombing

Teenager arrested — London Metro bombing

Police said the terrorist threat level remains at "critical", meaning another attack may be imminent. No one has yet been arrested over the bombing , but anti-terrorism police chief Mark Rowley said the investigation was making "really good progress".


Isis fighter from United States surrenders before Syrian Democratic Forces

Isis fighter from United States surrenders before Syrian Democratic Forces

Mohamed Khweis of Virginia, who briefly joined ISIS and then defected and surrendered to the Kurds in 2016, was held for three months in Iraq and interrogated 11 times - first by a "dirty" team gathering intelligence and then by a "clean" team collecting information to be used in court, according to court documents.


Hamas dissolves Gaza administration, aiming to build unity government

Hamas dissolves Gaza administration, aiming to build unity government

The group said in an emailed statement that it had agreed to dismantle the administrative committee that runs Gaza and hold nationwide elections. Punishing measures included reducing electricity payments for the Gaza strip and cutting salaries for civil servants there.


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.