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As of mid-morning Sunday, there were more than 760,000 power outages in central and eastern North Carolina . "That's what I'm afraid of". "Hurricane Matthew is off the map, but it's still with us, and it's still deadly", McCrory said .
  • Backpage boss says sex charge 'illegal'

    Backpage boss says sex charge 'illegal'

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    The two men who founded the Dallas company in 2004 and remain its owners, Michael Lacey and James Larkin, were charged along with Ferrer in a criminal complaint filed September 26 in Sacramento County Superior Court. In California, that amounted to about $50 million between January 2013 and May 2015, or between $1.5 million and $2.5 million a month, it said. Authorities allege that adult and child sex-trafficking victims were forced into prostitution through escort ads posted on the site.
  • Hurricane Matthew Leaves North Carolina With 10 Dead, Severe Flooding

    Hurricane Matthew Leaves North Carolina With 10 Dead, Severe Flooding

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    They had nowhere to go."In Florence County, South Carolina, a vehicle trying to cross a flooded roadway was swept away by flood waters, killing one person, Governor Nikki Haley said.Elsewhere in her state, coastal officials asked evacuees to wait to return and Charleston residents raked out storm drains and cleared debris near their homes.In Virginia, where more than 300,000 customers lost power, the city of Norfolk declared a state of emergency and urged its citizens to remain off the road, ...
  • Top Pakistan journalist Cyril Almeida barred from leaving Pakistan over his report

    Top Pakistan journalist Cyril Almeida barred from leaving Pakistan over his report

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    According to an official statement, the Dawn story was discussed along with national security issues during the meeting. The writer created a buzz in Pakistan and India by reporting on October 6 that the government of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had delivered a "blunt" warning to the powerful military that the country facing growing global isolation if it failed to tackle terror.
  • Don Dale: Human rights 'routinely' broken

    Don Dale: Human rights 'routinely' broken

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    Many boys were concerned about retribution by staff members if they made a complaint, or feared being 'considered a snitch'. "When I asked the young people how they felt in that environment, some of the words they said were 'depressed, angry, sad, like a caged animal",' she said.
  • Egypt denies involvement in Ethiopia unrest

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    He named Eritrea, which has a long-running border dispute with Ethiopia, and Egypt, embroiled in a row with Addis Ababa over sharing Nile waters, as sources of backing for "armed gangs", although he said it might not come from "state actors".
  • Creepy clown trend reaches Victoria, sparking police warning

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    And when asked about clown-related posts on social media, he said of New York City, "We're tracking them, we're tracing them". None have lead to an arrest. Parent Tammy Romero said this phenomenon is a good reminder that clowns aren't inherently scary, but that scary people can dress as clowns. "This creates a risk of harm to you, of collisions near roadways and to bystanders and children who become frightened", statement read.
  • Hurricane closes parts of I-95 on Georgia coast

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    Matthew left more than 1 million people without power in Florida alone. The entire house fell on us. "I'm grateful that the damage wasn't worse than it is, but there's a whole lot of work to do", Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry said at the news conference Saturday.