France nuclear plant explosion: Blast at Flamanville nuclear plant; no contamination risks, officials say
A police officer in downtown Oshawa, Ontario, was called to the scene of what a passer-by thought was a fight. However, it turned out to be a dance crew recording a video.The University of Ontario’s dance team was in the middle of filming its latest video, when Constable Jarrod Singh of the Durham Regional Police Service was sent to investigate. When he realized that there was in fact no fight and only funk, Singh broke out some killer moves of his own. “I saw eight people gathered around one person, so I can see how a member of the public thought it was a fight,” Singh told CBC News Canada. “But when I got closer I could see he was break dancing in the middle and there was someone filming it.”
Feb 9, 2017
Republican Senator Jeff Sessions bids farewell to the US Senate after he is voted 52-47 to serve as the next attorney general of the US. The Alabama senator is known for his tough stance on immigration enforcement and his early support of President Donald Trump who nominated him for the job. Republican senators voted on 7 February to end Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warrens reading of a letter written 30 years ago by Martin Luther King Jrs widow that criticized Sessions, still nominee at the time to lead the Justice Department, for his civil rights record.
Feb 9, 2017
At a gathering of London businesses at the London Transport Museum on 8 February, London Mayor Sadiq Khan poked fun at US President Donald Trump and the use of alternative facts. Khan also joked about the attendance of the gathering, referencing the Trump administration claims that up to 1.5 million people were at his inauguration, when actually there were far fewer. The speech also had a serious tone as well, as the London Mayor promised to fight for businesses in London so that they can still have access to the Single Market and the best talent from around the world.
Feb 9, 2017
Russia says it is not supplying Pakistan with Su-35 aircraft, clarifies its co-operation with Islamabad 'quite limited'
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Brexit gets the green light: House of Commons votes to allow UK PM Theresa May to open talks with EU
UK Prime Minister Theresa May won approval from Parliaments lower chamber on 8 February to trigger Britains exit from the European Union. The bill passed straight through the lower house despite attempts by pro-EU MPs to make amendments to the bill. Lawmakers (MPs) voted 494 to 122 in favour of legislation giving May the right to trigger Article 50, ending days of intense debate.
Feb 9, 2017
Kashmir shutdown: Essential services hit after separatists protest on Afzal Guru's death anniversary
'Swara Bhasker, why all this female genitalia complex?' - Suchitra Krishnamoorthi on she calling kid chu**ya17 minutes ago
- President's rule in Maharashtra? Shiv Sena moves Supreme Court
- Mystery of life after death: NDE victim claims to have entered alternate reality after clinical death
- Maharashtra Governor invites NCP to form govt after Sena losses face: Development so far
- Haqqani Network prisoners to be released in exchange of foreign captives: Ashraf Ghani
- UK academics protest as Cambridge fellow told to go back to India