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These maps show what to expect from Hurricane Florence

These maps show what to expect from Hurricane Florence

This means winds jumped up from 75 mph to 130 mph in the 25 hours ending 12 p.m. EDT Monday. Arnold shared his first photos of Hurricane Florence , taken when it was still a Category 2 storm. The exact path of the storm is not determined, but it has lead to several states on the east coast of America to declare a state of emergency in preparation for the storm making landfall.


Myanmar rejects ICC decision over Rohingya crisis

Myanmar rejects ICC decision over Rohingya crisis

Bensouda asked earlier this year for a ruling on jurisdiction, arguing that while the Rohingya were forced from their homes in Myanmar, part of the crime involved them being driven across the border into neighboring Bangladesh, which is a member of the court.



US closes Palestinian mission in Washington

Bolton is also expected to announce the closure of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) office in Washington because of the Palestinian attempt to get the ICC to investigate Israel . Bolton added that the administration will not allow any ICC judges or prosecutors enter the country if the investigation launches. "After all, for all intents and purposes, the ICC is already dead to us", says Bolton's draft text.


Apple should make its products in USA to avoid tariff hit

Apple should make its products in USA to avoid tariff hit

The US has imposed $ 50 billion worth of tariffs on Chinese goods with another $200 billion in the final stages. In a tweet, Trump said there's an "easy solution" to Apple's potential woes that also came with a tax break: "Make your products in the United States instead of China".


Canada's Freeland says NAFTA talks 'positive and constructive'

Canada's Freeland says NAFTA talks 'positive and constructive'

Freeland told reporters at the close of her Wednesday meeting with Lighthizer that she couldn't predict when the two sides would come to an agreement, saying nothing is settled until everything is settled. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau this week said this was important to Canada's national sovereignty and identity. Washington charges that Canadian lumber unfairly undercuts prices on US lumber.