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It has at least 40 people were killed when the floor collapsed at a construction site in China’s Jiangxi Province.
The incident occurred at a power plant in Fengcheng, where he was a cooling tower under construction.
There were a number of people still trapped in the scene, he reported the state news agency Xinhua.
She said firefighters Jiangxi Province services have been deployed 32 fire engines and 212 troops.
A total of 68 people at the construction site at the time of the accident.
Two towers 168 m high cooling Uruguay echoed the built part of the project site, and the number was unfortunately Two units of 1000 MW coal power plant individual.
The project will cost 7.67bn yuan ($ 1.11bn; £ 0.89bn).
Deadly accidents are common in industrial sites in China there have been increasing demands for more stringent safety standards.
California is the richest state of the United States could suffer a major disaster as an earthquake is under the bridge, which destroyed 35 million homes.
San Andreas Fault is a 800-mile-long strip location to see the tectonic plates of the Pacific and North America, which runs down the California coast. Scientists say that the fault is excessive and can be stacked in turn may lead to a huge earthquake with a magnitude of at least 8.3 on the Richter scale. It will be the only home loss of $ 289 billion are arriving.
California real estate research and business intelligence firm Core Logic Inc., which aims to change the insurance of earthquake. Earthquake may have an increase in sales of insurance policies from the new study because it has only 10 percent has no such insurance exists.
Geologists said last month Gulf will bring unprecedented destruction to destroy these two fault lines flowing through the bottom of San Francisco, so that people will forget the devastation from Hurricane Katrina.
California to deal with the devastating earthquake of 1200 personnel participated in the exercise, which will continue throughout the week.
The US Geological Survey said last year that the experts will be a huge earthquake in California in the next 30 years, sure.
Shinzo Abe said he wants to “build confidence” and “work together for the prosperity and peace in the world”, before leaving for his visit.
The meeting comes in New York amid concern over the direction of foreign policy is the biggest ally of Tokyo.
Mr. Trump said Japan needs to pay more to keep US troops on its soil.
It also condemned a big trade deal struck by President Obama with Japan and other Pacific Rim countries.
The United States and Japan, key allies since the end of World War II, when the United States helped Japan rebuild its economy.
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Abe’s stop in New York on his way to the top of trade between Asia and the Pacific in Peru.
But Thursday’s meeting is not clear details, with a Japanese official as saying exactly where it will happen not entrenched.
“There has been a lot of confusion,” a Japanese official and the Reuters news agency.
Mr. Trump has also yet to determine the new cabinet and other positions. He denied that the move to the White House is in a state of chaos.
Mr. Trump spoke and Vice President-elect Mike Pence with 29 world leaders since the election, according to a statement from the transition team.
It was not immediately who else might be in the meeting with Mr. Abe unclear.
And are rarely held high-level talks in this formal context, Tokyo is keen to reduce uncertainty through a long delivery from power.
“We want to maintain the alliance with the United States during the transitional period,” said a senior official at the Japanese Foreign Ministry, Tetsuya Otsuru, when it was announced the meeting.
But there are some key points of difference between the two countries.
Bombed air raids on the eastern side of the besieged Aleppo, which is controlled by the rebels, and after several weeks of relative calm in the northern Syrian city.
Russian and bombed the Syrians and their allies heavily in the eastern part of Aleppo,
although it was not immediately clear who carried out the renewed attacks.
Russia announced humanitarian aid to stop the bombings a month ago.
The operation began just hours after US President-elect Donald Trump
and Russian President Vladimir Putin has a telephone conversation on Tuesday, The Associated Press writes.
The two leaders agreed “on the need for concerted efforts in the fight against the so-called Kremlin their No. 1 enemy – ‘international terrorism and extremism.” ”
Said Alison Meuse in Beirut NPR newscast unit to Aleppo, “and received text messages residents in recent days, warning them to leave an imminent attack.”
From here more than Allison:
“Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says the bomb attacks barrels airstrikes come after weeks of relative calm, but the deteriorating situation in the east of Aleppo. She says civilians beleaguered side, which is controlled by the rebels stormed the stores, desperate for food. The United Nations has distributed for the last quotas.
“In recent days, the Syrian army and warned residents to flee across the designated corridors, said the rebels to surrender.
The rebels have vowed to fight. Humanitarian worker in Aleppo say they are now shelling neighborhoods controlled by the government.”
Began pause uncomfortable in mid-October, reports the AP, when “Russia said it would halt weeks of deadly air strikes to allow rebels and supporters to leave the east of Aleppo.” However, “the rebels refused to accept the offer of the United Nations failed to negotiate the delivery of aid to the besieged area.”
He said, “our houses shake from the pressure.
Airplanes and high above us and the shelling is around us,” harmful Shehu, a resident of eastern Aleppo, told Reuters.
The observatory said three hospitals have been targeted in the countryside near the city of Aleppo since Monday, although the number of victims and the extent of damage was not immediately clear.
Russia supports the Syrian regime in the conflict,
while the United States allied itself with rebel fighters.
Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu announced the beginning of “large-scale operation” on Tuesday,
according to Tass news state-run agency.
She said that Russian aircraft were raids in the provinces of Idlib and Homs in Syria, did not say specifically Aleppo,
which has seen much of the fiercest fighting in the war in Syria.
At the same time, the United Nations issued a new report saying food production in Syria is at record levels,
as a reporter Lisa Schlein said unit newscast our Geneva.
“The United Nations warns that farmers in Syria are being pushed to the limit may be forced to stop farming unless they get immediate help,” said Schlein, and added that the World Food Program, “said 80 per cent of households in all parts of Syria are short on food.” .
Provoked a response to the writer advice to the letter about the rape angry response in Singapore and accusations of blame the victim.
In a letter to agony aunt teenage magazine, writer, apparently a teenage girl, she said she was raped by a friend, was “no one to turn to.”
Dear columnist Kelly said in response that it “acted like a girl who was on” and should be “grateful was wearing a condom.”
She also added that she was very “naive.”
A teenage girl and listed a series of events that she had lied to her parents to stay in more than one place the boy uncensored.
I drank alcohol for the first time and was kissed and cuddled the boy before he began to undress her. And she has too much to drink and did not protest.
She says she can not remember anything after, but she found herself naked in bed the next morning next to him when he told her that he “did not know” that she was a virgin.
Kelly said Chopard, the writer behind the column was the victim, “the girl acted like that existed.”
“You gave the idea that everything was just fine, and I accepted the wine, and then there was dancing, kissing,” she said in her column. “You can not blame him for thinking sexual contact was all right.
Frankly, I understand why you misunderstood man.”
He added that the girl was “naive and experience,” adding that it “can be grateful that he wore a condom so that there is little fear of unplanned pregnancy or a sexually transmitted disease.”
Ms. Chopard is known for her “tough love no-nonsense advice,” according to the Journal of Adolescent.
“Backward, sexual, blaming the victim nonsense.”
While it is not known whether the letter which was published last week, were real – or whether the alleged rape to the police – has condemned the response the magazine on a large scale.
“That, I do not believe sexual and blaming the victim nonsense got back on the deployment of a” one user said on Facebook.
“This is the reason why girls are afraid to report rape. That is why like they can get away with it, why feel the man,” said another user.
“How dare you, as a writer who is supposed to provide guidance, and send this kind of message?”
“I think you would love this magazine,” read another comment on Facebook. “This is disgusting.”
Magazine responded, the oldest publication of the youth in Singapore, at a later date with an official statement on Facebook, and apologize and said they did not mean that “leads to the impression that rape is unacceptable.”
Ms. Chopard also received her own apology, put out by the magazine. She apologized, but denied blame the victim.
“There is no intention to blame the victim, just trying to point out that the consequences of one’s actions,” Ms. Chopard in a statement.
“No one could be more sorry for this girl from the first.”
Alam, a specialist service only in Singapore for victims of sexual assault, “a kind of judgmental attitudes misinformed column called that many of the victims are afraid face.”
“I do not have to use certain words,” It’s your fault “to blame the victim,” Jolene Tan, president of advocacy
“She relates the blame by focusing relentlessly on the poor choices of the alleged victim, and noted judgementally, and give no indication that they recognize the victim had been ill-treatment.”
Strong aftershock to upset New Zealand after a 7.5 earthquake on the Richter scale, killing two people.
South Island has seen hundreds of aftershocks, including a quake of 6.3 on the Richter scale,
after the initial one hit after midnight on Monday.
The epicenter was north-east of Christchurch, near the town of Kaikoura, which were cut off by landslides.
Big river dammed up by a landslide also burst their banks, sending “a big wall of water” downstream.
It is being urged to move immediately to higher ground – population about Clarence River – one of the largest in the South Island.
Aftershocks have left some communities without electricity and water, although the authorities began to slowly regain its supplies.
GeoNet, a project funded by the government and said that the earthquake seismology first actually two tremors related, that would aftershocks continue over the next few months.
Hundreds of thousands of protesters in the South Korean capital, Seoul, to demand the resignation of President Park Geun-hye.
It is deployed large numbers of police to prevent demonstrators from reaching the presidential palace.
He accused Ms. Park to let her friend, Choi Soon-torrent, to gain access to government documents without permission.
The president, whose popularity has fallen because of the scandal, said it was “sad”.
Organisers said a million had turned out to protest on Saturday, while police estimated the number at 260,000.
It is the latest in a series of mass rallies against it because of this issue.
And friendship away in Seoul?
Ms. Choi accused of trying to extort huge sums of money from South Korean companies and is under arrest on charges of fraud and abuse of power.
She was arrested last week on suspicion of using her friendship with Ms. Park to collect donations to fund the business, non-profit is controlled.
Donald Trump, the US president will become the 45th after a stunning victory for democracy, Hillary Clinton.
Challenged Republican candidate ballot before the election to demand the swing states,
winning the major battlegrounds of Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania.
He told cheering supporters that Americans must now unite and “bind the wounds of division,” after an arduous campaign, harsh.
Global markets fell sharply on the news, but recovered later to some extent.
Outgoing President Barack Obama has congratulated Mr. Trump,
and invited him to a meeting at the White House on Thursday to discuss the transition.
All over the world, and it was the leaders and the media in response to the heart of the US elections:
The German Foreign Minister, the result made things “more difficult”,
with the United States foreign policy is “less predictable”
He said he hoped relations could improve “critical condition” and their current – Russian President Vladimir Putin – who Mr. Trump has expressed support, but Democrats,
who accused the intervention of elections
The EU said that close cooperation with the United States and the only way to deal with the “unprecedented challenges” in all parts of the world
As the count went poll in late at night, and it was a shock victory by Mr. Trump in Wisconsin that put him on 270 of the 538 votes needed to win the White House, the electoral college.
Minutes after Mrs. Clinton called him to concede, the US president-elect took to the stage with his family in the town of victory rally in New York hotel room and paid tribute to his opponent.
“Hillary has worked very long and very hard over a long period of time,
and we owe them a great debt of gratitude for the service of our country.”
He called on Americans to “together as one people united” and vowed to be a president “for all Americans,”
after a campaign that saw him hit out at Muslims, Latinos and other minorities.
The real estate tycoon, former reality TV star and political newcomer,
who was universally ridiculed when he declared his candidacy in June last year, said the work of his “great movement” was just beginning.
“It’s a movement comprised of Americans from all races, religions, backgrounds and beliefs,
who want and expect our government to serve the people.”
Donald Trump defied all expectations from the very start of his presidential campaign more than a year ago.
Very few people thought he would actually run. He did. They thought he wouldn’t climb in the polls. He did. They said he wouldn’t win any primaries. He did. They said he could never overcome resistance from the Republican establishment and win his party’s nomination. He did.
Finally, they said there was no way he could compete for, let alone win, a general election match-up with Hillary Clinton. Now he’s President-elect Trump.
He staged the most unconventional of campaigns, running on gut instinct and his trademark bombast when others – both within his own party and outside – counselled moderation and a pivot to positions perceived to be more acceptable to mainstream voters.
He stayed true to the methods and tactics that got him to the cusp of the presidency, and in the end he was rewarded for it.
Down the stretch Mr Trump boasted that he was leading a movement, riding the crest of a popular revolution that would change the face of American politics. He was right.
Mr Trump has so far won 28 US states. Mrs Clinton, 69, has only notched up victories in 18 US states and the District of Columbia.
New Hampshire and Michigan remained too close to call as of Wednesday morning.
Mr Trump held solidly Republican territory, despite vigorous Democrat campaigning in states such as Georgia, Arizona and Utah, and achieved major upsets in swing states, winning Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, states that have not supported a Republican presidential candidate since 1988 and 1984 respectively.
There was no public comment from Mrs. Clinton, who dreamed of becoming the first US president of the females. She did not appear on what was supposed to be a victory rally in Manhattan.
Mr. Trump, 70, takes office in January, with the Congress, dominated by Republicans, also they have been unable to wrest control of the Senate in the general elections on Tuesday, Democrats.
Billionaire populist has raised controversy in the campaign for comments about women and Muslims and a plan to build a wall along the US-Mexican border.
Fired up the white, working American voters who were angry at Washington Foundation class and hair left behind by globalization.
He saw its campaign dogged investigations the FBI to use their own e-mail server, and US Secretary of State – Hillary Clinton – who held a slight lead in opinion polls, his rival in the presidential election. Last Sunday, the FBI cleared her desk again no criminality.
Opinion polls showed Americans won the support of Hispanic voters and women, Africans, while Mr. Trump has a good track record with the male and white voters.
In a separate development, Massachusetts, Nevada and California voted to legalize recreational marijuana, which could lead to the creation of a larger market for the products of marijuana in the United States.
Tesco Bank stopped the online payment customers current account after it has been taking money from 20,000 accounts.
CEO Benny Higgins told the BBC that he will be replayed customers “very optimistic” within 24 hours.
He said he saw about 40,000 suspicious transaction accounts over the weekend,
half of the money was taken. Customers will still be able to use their cards to withdraw cash,
chips and secret payments and number, and pay the bills.
Mr. Higgins told the BBC’s Today program that it can also be used online banking services,
but can not make online transactions so that the situation is under control.
Earlier, the bank confirmed some accounts “have been subjected to criminal activity over the Internet,
in some cases resulting in funds being withdrawn through fraud.”
Mr. Higgins also apologized for “inconvenience and concern” facing the customers.
And cyber security expert said this could be an unprecedented breach in the British bank.
“I have not heard of an attack of this kind and size on a bank in the United Kingdom,
where it appears that the central system of the bank is the target,” said Professor Alan Woodward from the University of Surrey.
Over the weekend, customers complained about the money withdrawn without permission,
cards blocked long delays to get through the bank on the phone.
“Any financial loss that results from this fraudulent activity will be covered by the bank,” said Higgins.
“Customers are not at financial risk.”
“We continue to work with the authorities and regulators to address the fraud and
will remain our customers with information through regular updates on our website, Twitter, and direct contact,” he added.
Tesco has yet to use the word “piracy” to describe the breach.
The bank has more than seven million customers and 4,000 staff calculations,
based in Edinburgh and Glasgow and Newcastle.
Blackpool, Kevin Smith, said he had lost £ 500 from one account and 20 £ from another.
He said: “I was about to go to bed when I received a text message from Tesco saying that there was a fraud on my account so of course you panic.”
Alan Baxter of Berwick-upon-Tweed, said he had lost £ 600, leaving him only 21.88 £ at the bank.
He said: “Tesco said they could not offer me the emergency funds,
but will provide 25 £ goodwill gesture.
“I’ve got food and gasoline to pay for. I have a coal delivery tomorrow, next to the heater coal we have, and I will not be able to pay.”
She complained to other customers on the bank Tesco site and through social media about long delays when you call customer service line for the company to find out whether influenced by his account.
One customer, Mark Lennox, told the BBC: “I looked into my account this morning to find a large hole and there was 2 £ there, and there should have been so much more!
“I finally got through the customer service to be told that it would take 48 hours to sort out as there are a lot of transactions on my account that can not be linked to me or my wife.
“For a company like this big that are not being professional.
I’m doing well compared to others I have another bank account, this will all get sorted one way or another.”
He said Robert Schifreen, edit Safety Smart computer security site head of the West Tesco must tell people what happened, and how to get the scammers bank details to customers.
“It could be, for example, that people have been attaching skimming devices,
card readers and cameras specifically for machines and cash points, Tesco,
so have been captured people’s accounts there,” he told the BBC.
“You can be someone who works in a bank Tesco who had access to the database. It could be someone else, who passed Tesco information, and has been a breakthrough that information.”
The British bank’s customers money stolen from their accounts online by criminals before.
Last year, the National Crime Agency for Internet users to protect themselves warned against the strain of malicious software, enabling criminals to steal 20M £ estimated from bank accounts in the United Kingdom.
She says the power of financial behavior banks must recover payments unauthorized immediately,
but if they have evidence that the client was wrong or was a payment for more than 13 months.
Asks banks also refund any fees or interest added to your account as a result of the fraudulent payments.
The Tesco Bank is owned by Tesco since 2008,
having served as the launch of a joint venture with Royal Bank of Scotland.
Shares in Tesco more than 1% in early trade.
Donald Trump has accused the FBI improperly after he said once again that Hillary Clinton should not face criminal charges on her e-mail messages.
The director of the FBI investigation into the new communications Democratic candidate found nothing to change the outcome of the office this summer.
Clinton’s campaign said she was “happy” has been the outstanding issue is resolved.
In the development of dramatically raising a cloud of her campaign as the final day of the marathon US election race looming.
The latest opinion polls on Sunday before news broke of the Declaration of the FBI, gave Mrs. Clinton by four to five points on Mr. Trump.
Mrs. Clinton used the e-mail server when she was Secretary of State 2009-2013 in the Obama administration.
Cried the Republican candidate error after learning about the decision to fight the law office.
At a rally in a suburb of Detroit, Mr. Trump insisted that it was impossible for the FBI to review what has been reported to be up to 650,000 e-mail messages in such a short time.
“At the moment it is protected by the false system. It’s completely rigged system.
I’ve been saying it for a long time,” he told supporters in Sterling Heights, Michigan.
“Hillary Clinton is guilty, she knows it, the FBI knows it, the people know it and
now it’s up to the American people to deliver justice at the ballot box on 8 November.”
While Mrs Clinton herself did not address the FBI director’s letter on the trail, her campaign said it was always confident she would be cleared.
In Manchester, New Hampshire, on Sunday, said that the country was facing a “moment of reckoning” and that Americans must choose between “the division of national unity.”
In July, the FBI said it was “extremely careless” to deal with classified material on the secretary of state 2009-13’s e-mail server, but they found no evidence, committed a crime.
However, 11 days of the election, FBI director James Comey installed before the race into turmoil by announcing a newly discovered e-mail messages boost Clinton will be investigated.
The anger of a bomb in the Clinton camp, but threw a lifeline to drive Trump, who had dropped in opinion polls.
It was much ado about nothing, but it is certainly elevated to something. While FBI Director James Comey, actually said, “do not mind” in regard to e-mail messages, Hillary Clinton,
during the past two weeks, the story has dominated the political talks, and the Democrats have paid.
Stabilized presidential hopes Hillary Clinton, but to talk about possible defeat –
and sweeping victories down the ballot in the congressional elections – is a distant memory.
Mrs. Clinton is now trying to focus on its mission closure campaign. Donald Trump will continue to accuse his opponent of corruption, they might argue again the FBI cover it.
On the eve of the vote, the dust began before this story will not be completely settled in the time Americans go to the polls.
Once this election is over, there must be serious soul-searching within the FBI and the media office.
The largest law enforcement agency in the country, the source of the leaks continuing,
with the worsening internal differences in public opinion.
If Mr. Trump won, and many on the left will blame Mr. Comey result. If it is able Hillary Clinton,
she is likely to carry a permanent grudge on this political near-miss.
Mr. Comey said in a letter to Congress on Sunday that his investigators “worked around the clock”
on the latest e-mail messages, which were found in early October in a separate investigation.
It is said that the letters appeared on your laptop computer belonging to Anthony Weiner,
estranged husband of one of the closest adviser to Mrs. Clinton. Weiner accused of sending illegal messages to a girl at the age of 15 years.
Comey said that investigators had found no reason to change the assessment of the FBI earlier that Mrs. Clinton should not be entrusted with confidential information delivery.
He said the US media, government officials said investigators have developed the e-mail messages newly found either personal, or copies of the correspondence was reviewed previously.
He said Democratic majority leader in the Senate, Harry Reid conclusion Mr. Comey in
“underlines the lack of responsibility,” the commander of the law enforcement notice late last month to Congress about Mrs. Clinton.
It has been set for each of the candidates to do a whistle-stop from the states of Monday’s tour,
the final dash to the vote.
Clinton begins today in Michigan, and the traditional rust belt, a stronghold of the Democratic Party,
which targeted heavily by Mr. Trump in recent days.
She then heads to Philadelphia where he will join US President Barack Obama,
First Lady Michelle Obama, the husband of Bill Clinton, and Bruce Springsteen.
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