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Extremists stage deadly attacks in Burkina Faso capital

Extremists stage deadly attacks in Burkina Faso capital

According to the Burkinabe communications minister, six attackers were killed at the two sites in the capital city of Ouagadougou . French President Emmanuel Macron's office says he is following the situation closely. In August, extremists opened fire as patrons dined at a restaurant, killing at least 18 people. No one has so far claimed responsibility. Authorities have not identified who was responsible for the attacks, CNN reported.


Bridgeville Construction Company Sends Help to Puerto Rico

Bridgeville Construction Company Sends Help to Puerto Rico

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - Power went out in Puerto Rico's capital Friday for the second day in a row as the US territory struggles to restore electricity to more than 200,000 people who remain in the dark almost six months after Hurricane Maria.


'We're stranded' - RED WARNING extended

'We're stranded' - RED WARNING extended

A red warning means that people should take precautions to protect themselves and their belongings, by staying inside until the storm passes or salting/gritting driveways and paths. Cork County Council has warned of very high spring tides and the risk of coastal flooding over the next few days in Midleton, Youghal, Clonakilty and Bantry.


Springboks confirm Rassie Erasmus as new coach

Springboks confirm Rassie Erasmus as new coach

SA Rugby sacked head coach Allister Coetzee last month and Erasmus was widely expected to replace him. Erasmus' appointment comes at a time when the two-time world champion Springboks have lost much of their aura after being humiliated 57-0 by New Zealand last year, the low point of a bad two years when they were also beaten by teams like Ireland, Argentina and Italy under Coetzee.


Massive storm forces hundreds of flights to be canceled

Massive storm forces hundreds of flights to be canceled

There is no mandatory evacuation at this time but residents living on the coast have been encouraged to have a plan in place should evacuations become necessary. With the moon full, the tide is at its highest point of the month. "It could be that the first high tide washes away dunes from one beach and the second washes away houses", Besse said.


Putin warns of

Putin warns of "invincible" nuclear weapons

In answer to another question on Friday, Russian news agencies reported that Putin had said he would still want to live in the here and now if he could choose what period of history to live in. "All of those tests were successful", Putin told Kelly. " Russia , even without these weapons, has the capability to reduce the US into a pile of radioactive soot", he says .