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Lavrov calls on US-led coalition not to spare Jabhat al-Nusra

Lavrov calls on US-led coalition not to spare Jabhat al-Nusra

Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov called for a cooling of "hotheads" on the North Korean nuclear issue Friday and urged those involved to instead seek a peaceful solution, possibly through the mediation of "neutral European countries" or the United Nations secretary-general.


Six injured in London acid attack

Six injured in London acid attack

The number of acid attacks has increased in Britain in recent years, linked to robberies and gang-related violence. He said there was also the possibility that other attackers were still at large. Over 450 such attacks were reported in the British capital in 2016, compared to 261 in 2015 and around 150 in 2012, according to London Metropolitan Police statistics.


Untold number of Internet outages persist after Hurricane Irma

Untold number of Internet outages persist after Hurricane Irma

About 500 crews are still working to restore power. "I can not thank our customers enough for their patience, support and understanding, particularly those who were without power the longest", said Eric Silagy, president and CEO of FPL. dollars for recovery following the Hurricane Irma , which brought widespread devastation to Florida in the United States, UAE state news agency WAM reported on Thursday.


Kim Jong-un vows to make Trump pay, calls him 'mentally deranged'

Kim Jong-un vows to make Trump pay, calls him 'mentally deranged'

Mr Joyce was initially speechless when asked about the threat and said he was anxious for the region. Pyongyang's stated aim is to be able to target the United States mainland and the nation has flaunted the advances in its weapons programme in recent weeks, with the September test of what it said was a miniaturised H-bomb capable of being loaded onto a rocket.


Fresh nuclear test suspected for N. Korea's quake

Fresh nuclear test suspected for N. Korea's quake

North Korea's warning to President Donald Trump and the USA on September 21 certainly included the country's usual fiery rhetoric, but underneath its superfluous metaphors, it may have been signaling a more personal message. Trump " pay dearly for his speech calling for totally destroying the DPRK". The country successfully tested what it said was a hydrogen bomb earlier this month, and it conducted another missile test days later.