Daily Archives: September 9, 2017

Pena Nieto declares three days of mourning after quake

Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto has declared three days of national mourning following Thursday’s powerful earthquake that has killed at least 61 people. “The power of this earthquake was devastating, but we are certain that the power of unity, the ...

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It's not rivalry week, but these matchups mean something

12:44 PM ET It isn’t rivalry week just yet, but there are some games being played this weekend with rekindled pasts and rivalry aspirations. They’re important games, just not as big as the main rivalries we see closer to the ...

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Swaziland: Protests Close Swaziland University

[Swazi Media] The University of Swaziland (UNISWA) has been closed once again after students and police clashed on Thursday (7 September 2017). AllAfrica News: Latest

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REVEALED: Why THIS country has never been visited by Queen Elizabeth II

Queen Elizabeth II has travelled to many countries around the world during her reign, visiting some of the most far flung places. She has currently visited 116 of the 193 members of the United Nations over the years during her ...

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The White House tried to calm furious House Republicans. It didn’t go well.

House Republicans unleashed their fury over President Donald Trump’s deal with the Democrats at Steve Mnuchin, with conservatives calling the treasury secretary’s appeal to them to “vote for it for me” insulting and inappropriate. CNN.com – RSS Channel – US

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Stranded in St. Maarten, Toronto medical student searches for food, water after Hurricane Irma, family says

A Toronto father is worried about the fate of his daughter, who is stranded on the Caribbean island of St. Maarten in the wake of Hurricane Irma. CBC | Canada News

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Hurricane Irma makes landfall in Cuba as Category 5

Hurricane Irma strengthened and made landfall in Cuba as a Category 5 storm, as millions of Florida residents were ordered to evacuate after the storm killed 22 people in the eastern Caribbean and left destruction in its wake. Irma struck ...

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Oklahoma, Ohio State look to answer early playoff questions

Sep 7, 2017 It’s quite possible that no team in the College Football Playoff era has experienced the benefits and consequences of aggressive nonconference scheduling like Oklahoma. In 2015, the Sooners’ gritty win at Tennessee was a major reason they ...

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