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Fireworks explosion kills at least 31 in Mexico

At a distance, it could be seen that a chain-like explosion happened in the fireworks stalls, sending many people running in frantic. A man uses a water hose amid debris from an explosion at the San Pablito fireworks market in Tultepec, Mexico, Dec.



Donald Trump says America MUST ramp up NUCLEAR ARSENAL

On Thursday the state department declined to comment on whether Trump's tweet called his temperament into question. "In this sense Russian Federation is one step ahead of the United States". power. "Pouring more gasoline on the fire is exactly the opposite of what is needed". Maintaining and modernising the arsenal is expected to cost about $1tn over 30 years.



Russian Hackers Tracked Ukrainian Artillery Units

This new evidence seems to confirm those suspicions, the report stated. The mobile malware used in the op is a variant of a remote access tool used against the Democratic National Committee, according to CrowdStrike . Russian officials have repeatedly denied accusations of hacking. It seems as if the world hasn't moved much since then, as the Democrats claim that Russian hacking has won Donald Trump the election, or at least were trying to nudge it towards someone that would be less ...



Canadian cat deported after 'stupid' smuggling attempt

She declared dirty boots to biosecurity officials at Auckland Airport yesterday but failed to mention her feline friend. The couple - both in their 20s - were picked out for an inspection and the woman was "very reluctant" to have her handbag examined by an X-ray machine, officials said.



Walgreens, Rite Aid shed 865 stores to close $9.4B deal

Memphis, Tenn. -based Fred's - which operates 647 discount general merchandise stores, including 18 franchised locations, primarily in the Southeastern United States - sparked heightened interest in the investor community when its management suggested a "pending transaction" was in the works, CSNews Online previously reported.


Principal sacked for holding exams in open on polluted day in China

Principal sacked for holding exams in open on polluted day in China

The images went viral among Chinese internet users after outraged parents complained about the school authorities to local newspapers. They were asked to do so despite orders by the city authorities to suspend classes in all schools and kindergartens for a week due to the unsafe levels of pollution in the region.