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Second landslide hits Chinese village

Second landslide hits Chinese village

Tuesday. Saturday's landslide carried an estimated 636 million cubic feet (18 million cubic meters) of earth and rock - equivalent to more than 7,200 Olympic-sized swimming pools - when it slid down from steep mountains. More than 320 residents in nearby villages have been evacuated. Fifteen people have been confirmed dead while 118 others are missing. "Many of the villagers have been living here for generations and have seen no major geological disasters", Xu said.



Trump celebrates a watered-down victory for 'watered down' travel ban

But many also spent months safely complaining that the travel ban was overly broad, constituted a religious test and was "against everything our country stands for" as lower court after lower court ruled against his executive order limiting travel to the United States by citizens of Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.


Pilot asks passengers to pray when plane violently shakes midair

Pilot asks passengers to pray when plane violently shakes midair

At least one of the passengers onboard was able to catch the terrifying incident on camera. Another added: "There were lots of people crying, lots of people pulling our their life jackets". "We thought there was a good chance that we were going down", one passenger said. One passenger said everyone broke into applause, and the pilot shook everyone's hand on the way out.



PM Modi, Donald Trump vow to fight terrorism

Following the meeting, Modi said the talks with Trump had been very successful, describing them as "fruitful", Reuters reported, with the prime minister also confirming he had invited Trump to visit India. Prime Minister Modi expressed gratitude to President Trump and the First Lady for the warm welcome extended to him. They called on their teams to find creative ways to improve bilateral trade.


Soros: Brexit is a 'lose-lose' proposition for Britain and EU

Soros: Brexit is a 'lose-lose' proposition for Britain and EU

Another British official said May would offer "new elements" in a paper to be published next week. After a string of small-scale terrorist attacks in European capitals this week, the EU leaders also agreed to join efforts seeking to curb online extremism and crack down on Europeans who go overseas to fight jihad.



Foxtons Group PLC (FOXT) Given Average Recommendation of "Hold" by Analysts

About 132,464 shares traded. Vodafone Group Plc (ADR) (NASDAQ:VOD) has declined 13.23% since June 26, 2016 and is downtrending. It has underperformed by 0.72% the S&P500. On Friday, June 2 the insider NEIS DOUGLAS A sold $101,475. Therefore 29% are positive. Qualcomm Inc. has $75 highest and $47 lowest target. They now have a Dollars 1735 price target on the stock.