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1 hour 16 minute

Walmart Parking Lot Turns Shelter For California Wildfire Evacuees

Chico: One of the many makeshift shelters housing people who survived the devastating wildfire in northern California is not a shelter at all, but rather a Walmart parking lot with a hundred-odd tents.One of the residents is Dustin Kimball, 44, who lost everything in the fire and now lives in a tent with four relatives as he tries to figure out what to do next. Kimball lived not far from the town of Paradise, which was devoured by the flames of the deadliest fire in California history. The death toll now stands at 56, with many people still missing. Three...
2 hour 3 minute

California Wildfire Death Toll Climbs To 56, 130 Still Missing

California: U.S. National Guard troops scoured the ruins of the town of Paradise on Thursday for any sign of 130 people still missing in California's deadliest wildfire on record as authorities said the death toll had risen to 56.The "Camp Fire" blaze obliterated the Sierra foothills town of Paradise, once home to 27,000 people, last Thursday. Most of those still missing in and around town, which lies about 175 miles (280 km) north of San Francisco, are above the age of 65.The surface area of the fire had grown to 135,000 acres (55,000 hectares) by of Wednesday evening, even as...
2 hour 4 minute

5 Saudi Officials To Face Death Penalty Over Khashoggi Killing

Riyadh: Five Saudi officials face the death penalty over the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who was drugged and dismembered inside the kingdom's Istanbul consulate, Riyadh's public prosecutor said Thursday. Khashoggi, a Washington Post columnist and vocal dissident, died after being drugged by the five accused and then dismembered, a spokesman for the public prosecutor's office said in the first Saudi acknowledgement of the manner of his killing.The journalist's body parts were then handed over to an agent outside the consulate grounds, the spokesman said.(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published...

2 hour 4 minute

Amid Resignations, UK PM Theresa May Says It Is Her Draft Or "No Brexit"

London: British leader Theresa May suffered a huge blow on Thursday when a series of ministers including her Brexit secretary quit as she tried to sell her proposed EU withdrawal agreement to a divided parliament.Dominic Raab resigned from his role at the Brexit ministry while a second cabinet minister and two junior government ministers also walked out over the draft deal.But May insisted that while the negotiations had not been comfortable, it was the best Britain could hope for when it leaves the EU on March 29."If we get behind a deal we can bring our country back together and...
2 hour 7 minute

Indian-American Neomi Rao Nominated To Replace Kavanaugh In US Court

Washington: US President Donald Trump has sent the nomination of Neomi Rao, a prominent Indian-American attorney and academic, to the Senate to replace Justice Brett Kavanaugh on the powerful DC Circuit Court of Appeals.If confirmed by the Senate, Ms Rao, who is 45, would be able to serve a lifetime post on the DC court, largely considered the second highest court of the land and a training ground for future Supreme Court justices.If the Senate confirms her, she would be the second Indian-American judge in the DC Circuit Court after judge Sree Srinivasan, who was appointed during the previous Obama...
2 hour 8 minute

Saudi Crown Prince Exonerated In Khashoggi Murder, Says Prosecutor

Riyadh: Saudi Arabia's public prosecutor on Thursday exonerated Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, accusing two senior officials of giving the orders.A spokesman for the public prosecutor's office denied Prince Mohammed had any knowledge of the killing inside the kingdom's Istanbul consulate, in response to a journalist's question. The spokesman said the deputy chief of Saudi intelligence, General Ahmed al-Assiri, had given an order to force Khashoggi home -- and "the head of the negotiating team" that flew to Istanbul had ordered his murder. (Except for the headline, this story has not been edited...

3 hour 29 minute

"What's Wrong With My Nap?" Duterte After No-Show At Key ASEAN Meetings

Singapore: Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Thursday made light of his penchant for daytime dozes after his office said "power naps" had caused the gruff leader to miss a number of key meetings at a Singapore summit.Duterte is attending the annual Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) meeting alongside a string of world leaders including Russia's Vladimir Putin, Japan's Shinzo Abe, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and US Vice-President Mike Pence.But on Wednesday, the mercurial leader missed four of the eleven meetings he was slated to attend, as well as a gala dinner hosted by Singaporean leader Lee Hsien Loong."What's wrong...
3 hour 30 minute

Britain's Brexit Minister Dominic Raab Quits

London: Britain's Brexit minister Dominic Raab resigned on Thursday in protest at Prime Minister Theresa May's deal for leaving the European Union."I regret to say that, following the Cabinet meeting yesterday on the Brexit deal, I must resign," he said in a statement on Twitter.Raab said May's plan threatened the integrity of the United Kingdom.
3 hour 31 minute

Upset With Tim Cook, Zuckerberg Asked Staff To Stop Using iPhones: Report

California: Apple CEO Tim Cook would probably be more cautious when he says anything against Facebook. Following the CEO's remark on Facebook and its handling of user privacy, Mark Zuckerberg reportedly ordered his employees to stop using Apple products.The Facebook founder was reportedly so enraged by Tim Cook's remarks that he instructed executives to stop using iPhones in favour of Android devices, Mashable reported.In an interview with MSNBC, Tim Cook had commented that Apple will not traffic its users' personal life and that privacy is a human right. The comments appear in response to the mega privacy breach Facebook users...

3 hour 31 minute

Stan Lee, The Marvel Comics Legend, Had A Message For His Fans. Watch

Washington: Stan Lee, the creator of the Marvel superheroes, has left a heartfelt message for his fans.The video message comes two days after the 95-year-old died on Monday.In the video posted on his official Twitter handle on Wednesday, the creator of superhero characters like Iron Man and Thor revealed his immense love for the numerous fans around the world.Watch the video here:So many wonderful moments with Stan came spontaneously. As we were setting up the camera one day, he casually started talking about his fans. We know how much Stan meant to you, and we thought it would be nice...
5 hour 2 minute

Bangladesh Ready To Begin Rohingya Repatriation Process

Dhaka: Bangladesh confirmed on Thursday that it was ready to begin the repatriation process of Rohingya refugees to Myanmar as scheduled.The first phase of their return to Myanmar was due to begin on Thursday, according to an agreement signed between Bangladesh and Myanmar on November 23, 2017."We are completely ready for the repatriation to proceed as planned. So everything is set, our logistics and other facilities are in place," the Bangladeshi relief and repatriation commissioner Abul Kalam told the media in Cox's Bazaar near the border with Myanmar.Over 723,000 members of the mostly Muslim minority fled to Bangladesh escaping a...
5 hour 2 minute

"Very Concerned" Over Terror, US Says "Pak Certainly Needs To Do More"

Washington: Pakistan certainly needs to do more in its fight against terrorism and the Trump administration expects Islamabad to act against terror groups like the Haqqani network and Lashkar-e-Taiba in same way as it did against Al Qaeda after the 9/11 attacks, a top American official has said.US' State Department Coordinator for Counter-terrorism Nathan Alexander Sales said during a Congressional hearing that the US was "very concerned" over the support for terrorism in any region of the world."And I can tell you we have communicated to the Pakistani government at the highest levels that we expect them to do more...