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Tourists panic as quake rattles Bali

Tourists panic as quake rattles Bali

A Taiwanese woman, surnamed Chen who runs a holiday resort in Ubud on Bali, said she felt the natural disaster when it struck, but added it was not a major event. The agency recorded the temblor as having a magnitude of 6.4 and striking at a depth of 117 kilometers (73 miles) around 23 km (14 miles) east of provincial capital Denpasar.


People should not bother about my working hours, says Sidhu

People should not bother about my working hours, says Sidhu

Commenting on election strategist Prashant Kishor, the Congress Chief Minister said: "I am very happy with Kishor". Amarinder, on his part, has sought the opinion of advocate general in this regard. It will depend entirely on what the legal position is. Sidhu has been made the Minister of Tourism and Culture and local bodies in the new Congress Government-led by Capt.


Authorities Name Man Who Allegedly Jumped White House Fence

Authorities Name Man Who Allegedly Jumped White House Fence

After scaling a fence, the suspect was arrested by the US Secret Service after the late Friday incident in the nation's capital, according to the Washington Post. He was charged with unlawful entry and will be arraigned in federal court Monday. The US President was informed about the incident and the White House was placed on high alert.


Nicola Sturgeon Scottish lawmakers to vote on new independence referendum

Nicola Sturgeon Scottish lawmakers to vote on new independence referendum

Presiding Officer Ken Macintosh told politicians in Holyrood that the debate was being suspended as "an expression of our support for our sister Parliament" in London. "There can not be a referendum until people know what they're voting for, until the Brexit process is complete and they know both what the United Kingdom and what independence looks like", she added.


Eurovision: Ukraine bans Russian singer over Crimea visit

Eurovision: Ukraine bans Russian singer over Crimea visit

Ukraine has banned Yulia Samoilova , Russia's entry in the Eurovision song contest, from entering the country, ruling out her participation in the contest. The singer and composer's road to Eurovision has already been rocky. Eurovision rules proscribe political song lyrics, but the annual contest can carry a strong political message.