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A rare 5.4-magnitude earthquake hit South Korea's southeast Wednesday afternoon, the second most powerful quake on record, in a country that seldom experiences significant tremors. The quake, which was felt across much of the country including in the capital Seoul, struck at the shallow depth of nine kilometres (six miles) near the southeastern industrial city of Pohang at around 2:30 pm (0530 GMT), the Korea Meteorological Administration said. The South Korean port city of Pohang is home to the headquarters of Posco -- the country's top, and the world's fourth largest, steelmaker.
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Robert Mugabe profile: Legacy of a ruthless tyrant who presided over bloodshed and persecution
Robert Mugabe's legacy as one of the most ruthless tyrants of modern times will remain long after his days as notorious statesman of Zimbabwe are over. What could turn out to be the 93-year-old leader's final night in charge of the troubled south African nation concluded in typically chaotic fashion with the army saying it had Mugabe and his ambitious wife Grace in custody following a takeover of the state broadcaster. Tensions escalated after the first lady appeared to be positioned to replace Mugabe's recently fired deputy Emmerson Mnangagwa,...
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Two U.S. Senate Republicans critical of party's tax plan
By David Morgan and Amanda Becker WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A Senate Republican tax plan that would repeal the Obamacare mandate and give permanent tax cuts only to U.S. corporations drew fire from two Republican lawmakers on Wednesday in what could be a sign of trouble for the sweeping measure. Republican Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin said he would not support the current Senator proposal, or a separate tax bill being debated in the House of Representatives, because he believes they unfairly benefit corporations over other kinds of enterprises, including small businesses. Senator...
Israel destroys home of Palestinian who killed three
The Israeli army on Wednesday destroyed the home of a Palestinian who killed three Israelis at the entrance to a settlement in the occupied West Bank, the army said. Nimer Aljamal, 37, was shot dead on September 26 after killing two Israeli security guards and a border police officer outside the Har Adar settlement in the central West Bank. Israel occupied the West Bank and east Jerusalem in the Six-Day War of 1967 in a move never recognised by the international community.
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Abandoned steelworks looks like 'post-apocalyptic wasteland'
An abandoned steelworks that looks like a post-apocalyptic wasteland similar to Westworld has been transformed into an artist’s haven. Far from its days of producing over 250 tons of steel per day, this steelworks in Birmingham, Ala., has lain dormant for 40 years, a sad ode to its long-forgotten wonder years long.
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An Inconvenient Sequel – the science, history, and politics of climate change | John Abraham
Former US vice president Al Gore delivers his speech during the closing ceremony of the Tokyo International Film Festival in Tokyo on November 3, 2017. Al Gore’s new movie ‘An Inconvenient Sequel’ is, in some ways, similar to his groundbreaking Inconvenient Truth project, but different in other ways. First, it gives some of the science of climate change.
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Zimbabwe crisis: 'Moment of hope' as Robert Mugabe's iron grip on power evaporates - latest news
Soldiers patrol streets of Harare Explosions rock Zimbabwe capital in early hours of morning Military 'takes over state broadcaster' Army says Mugabe is 'safe and security is guaranteed' Moves come amid rift between Mugabe and military Robert Mugabe profile: Legacy of a ruthless tyrant The military has taken over Zimbabwe, placing President Robert Mugabe under house arrest and detaining senior government officials in what many are expecting to be the beginning of a transition of power. Military officials denied carrying out a coup as they took over...
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10:40 a.m. ET, Thursday Nov. 16, 2017): Story corrected and updated to reflect statement from Whitefish Energy that the company was not to blame for the recent outage. It's been nearly two months since Category 4 Hurricane Maria slammed Puerto Rico, leaving behind immense devastation. On Wednesday morning, the island took another step backward, as the lights went off in San Juan once again. SEE ALSO: Google: Project Loon has provided internet access to 100,000 people in Puerto Rico Shortly after the storm, the island's government signed a controversial $300 million deal with a little-known Montana company known as...
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