Zimbabwe lady Grace Mugabe seeks immunity in Attack case

Zimbabwe’s first lady immunity has been sought by Grace Mugabe where she is under investigation on a model in an hotel’s attack, South African police said on Wednesday. Police confirmed that Mugabe, Zimbabwe’s leader Robert’s wife, had failed to appear at a court hearing on Tuesday about allegations she assaulted Gabriella Engels using an extension chord that was electric. Engels’…

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Day Update newsletter: U.S. demands steep concessions in NAFTA talks; Trump disbands business councils

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B.C.’s wildfire season surpasses 1958 record for amount of land burned

The wildfires of British Columbia have destroyed a record quantity of brush woods and grassland, exceeding the devastation of 60 years back. Kevin Skrepnek using the BC Wildfire Service said flames have scorched about kilometres, breaking the former record of kilometres. With no rain in the forecast for the province’s areas, Skrepnek said land is going to be burned. “Temperatures…

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Thousands flee Islamic City west of Mosul as Iraq Measures airstrikes up

As warplanes measure up strikes before a ground offensive to push the militants out countless Iraqis have fled an Islamic city west of Mosul. Tal Afar and the region is one of the pockets of land in Iraq after victory was declared in Mosul in July. The town sits along a street that was once there IS a key supply…

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Officers who mocked Lady should lose Mother says, jobs

As the group faced a disciplinary hearing two Toronto police officers that were listed mocking a lady must lose their jobs the girl’s mother said. Const. Sasa Sljivo and Const. Matthew Saris made a brief look at a police tribunal before their case was adjourned to Sept. 19, though they didn’t say how they had been pleading, nor were the…

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Thousands of hectares Burnt as B.C. nears worst wildfire season

British Columbia is poised to confront its worst season as flames scorch thousands of hectares of prices and land rise to manage the devastation. BC Wildfire Service spokesman Kevin Skrepnek states an estimated kilometres of brush forest and grassland was burned since the beginning of the season on April 1. That compares with a record loss of 8,550 square kilometres…

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FBI Detain man in plot to bomb Oklahoma City bank Construction

An Oklahoma man was arrested by the FBI on charges he attempted to blow up an Oklahoma City bank building with a van he believed was packed with explosives, U.S. prosecutors said on Monday. The Federal Bureau of Investigation arrested Jerry Drake Varnell of Sayre, Oklahoma. According to a complaint, Varnell had originally planned to bomb the U.S. Federal Reserve…

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Alleged shoplifter lands job buys him interview Clothing

Toronto police say that after an officer purchased the clothing he was attempting to steal to get a job interview to an alleged shoplifter, the adolescent got the job. Where they discovered the details of the situation to be unusual, Police responded to a report of shoplifting a week. The thief had tried to steal a tie, a shirt and…

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Day Update newsletter: Trump calls KKK, neo-Nazis ‘Offenders’

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Small businesses affected by B.C. wildfires eligible for emergency grants

Businesses affected by wildfires in British Columbia will get some relief from the authorities. Forests Minister Doug Donaldson says companies, First Nations whose livelihoods are based on practices that are cultural and organizations which have been under alerts or evacuation orders are eligible for a $1,500 crisis grant. The funding also applies to businesses working in areas impacted by closures…

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