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Protest Showdown Between Antifa And Patriot Prayer Results In Arrests

Protest Showdown Between Antifa And Patriot Prayer Results In Arrests

Meanwhile, Gibson told his group of around 80 people not to be afraid of the counter-protesters, saying "that's what antifa wants.that's what the elites want", the Oregonian reported . Two officers suffered minor injuries. In the days leading up to the rallies, police were preparing for violence among the demonstrators. At that point, a police vehicle pulled up directly behind the driver, and an officer arrested him at the scene.


Katia makes landfall on Mexico's Gulf coast, weakens to tropical storm

Katia makes landfall on Mexico's Gulf coast, weakens to tropical storm

The National Hurricane Center noted that a NASA Global Precipitation Measurement mission (GPM) satellite microwave composite image indicated improved banding over the western portion of the circulation and the earlier ragged eye presentation has become much more distinct.


Irma's Shift Sets Off Scramble to Prepare on Florida's Gulf Coast

Irma's Shift Sets Off Scramble to Prepare on Florida's Gulf Coast

In addition to the flood risk over the Southeast states, tropical-storm-force winds and hurricane-force gusts were possible over a large area from northern Florida through eastern Alabama, much of Georgia, and southeast SC. Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rossello said about two-thirds of the island's 3.4 million inhabitants lost electricity in the storm. Hurricane Irma pummelled Florida on Sunday, killing three people after causing at least 27 deaths in a multi-billion-dollar rampage ...


Hurricane Irma leaves South Florida battered and barrels north

Hurricane Irma leaves South Florida battered and barrels north

Soon after Irma killed 10 people on St. Martin, Category 4 Hurricane Jose threatened the area, halting evacuations for hours before heading out to sea and causing little additional damage. And Irma , which is still making its way through the U.S . as a tropical storm , has already killed at least 38 people, including four in the U.S.


Trump administration appeals travel ban ruling to Supreme Court

Trump administration appeals travel ban ruling to Supreme Court

The appellate ruling could take effect as soon as Tuesday and could apply to up to 24,000 refugees. That ruling upheld a district court's order. Since Trump inked his first travel ban shortly after taking office, the directive has been mired in a complicated legal battle.


Around 30 Wounded as Two Trains Collide in Switzerland

Around 30 Wounded as Two Trains Collide in Switzerland

Andermatt, a town in the Swiss Alps is popular among skiers. Police didn't specify how seriously the passengers were wounded but said medical personnel was on the scene. But Jan Barwalde, a spokesman for the rail company told AFP something had gone wrong and the locomotive had slammed into the carriages. But the effect was nonetheless dramatic for the school children, many of whom were heading to a camp.