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Hurricane Irma Has Destroyed This Famous Airport

Hurricane Irma Has Destroyed This Famous Airport

Government spokesman Christophe Castaner, speaking Sunday with Europe1-CNews-Les Echos, said he "perfectly (understood) the anger" of residents after Hurricane Irma tore through the islands, killing nine people, destroying houses and cutting off the water supply.



Trump OKs more military sales to SKorea, Japan

In a previous statement this week, Macron called on the European Union to tighten the sanctions against North Korea , in addition to the U.N. Security Council's response. "We must make North Korea immediately and fully comply with all relevant UN Security Council resolutions and abandon all its nuclear and ballistic missile programmes in a complete, verifiable and irreversible manner", Abe insisted.


2 huge cranes atop Miami high-rises collapse in Irma's winds

2 huge cranes atop Miami high-rises collapse in Irma's winds

The city fire department says they're aware, and trying to warn residents to stay away from the area, but it's now too unsafe for first responders to assess the situation. The boom is still connected to the crane's tower by a cable, hanging partially over the building's side. The general contractor is Moriarty, Pons said.


Panic time: David Johnson fantasy owners react to wrist injury

Panic time: David Johnson fantasy owners react to wrist injury

Less than two weeks after signing the largest contract in National Football League history, Stafford's regular season got off to the ugliest start possible on Sunday when he threw a pick-six to Arizona's Justin Bethel. Killebrew scored a defensive touchdown on his interception. Johnson was closing in on 100 yards from scrimmage. Arizona was a trendy Super Bowl pick last season but a dismal start to the year quickly derailed those plans and now they are left trying to play their way back ...