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At least 16 dead as overloaded boat capsizes in India

At least 16 dead as overloaded boat capsizes in India

World
Nov. 12 (UPI) -- At least 16 people were killed and seven more are missing after an overloaded boat capsized on a river in India, police said.A total of 38 passengers and three crew members were on-board the vessel, which was operated by a private company and traveling along the Krishna river near Vijayawada on Sunday."The boat was overloaded with 38 people and most of them were not provided life jackets. It capsized near a curve as it approached the Pavitra Sangamam point and most of the people were trapped underneath and were killed," an assistant commissioner of police said.Local fishermen rushed into the water and managed to save 15 passengers and another three were rescued by members of the National Disaster Response Force.The boat exceeded its maximum carrying capacity of 24.Deputy c...
AP finds hackers hijacked at least 195 Trump web addresses

AP finds hackers hijacked at least 195 Trump web addresses

Technology
Four years ago, well before the furor over allegations Moscow meddled in the 2016 election that put Donald Trump in the White House, at least 195 web addresses belonging to Trump, his family or his business empire were hijacked by hackers possibly operating out of Russia, The Associated Press has learned. The Trump Organization denied the domain names were ever compromised. But a review of internet records by the AP and cybersecurity experts shows otherwise. And it was not until this past week, after the Trump camp was asked about it by the AP, that the last of the tampered-with addresses were repaired. After the hack, computer users who visited the Trump-related addresses were unwittingly redirected to servers in St. Petersburg, Russia, that cybersecurity experts said contained malicious...
Premier League managers: Each top flight boss ranked on job security – from most under pressure to least

Premier League managers: Each top flight boss ranked on job security – from most under pressure to least

Sports
For the investment Everton made over the summer, their start to the campaign is inexcusable and Koeman is rightly being questioned. The Dutchman’s team play without an identity on the field, with a great deal of talent being wasted, and something has to change.Wednesday, October 4, 2017Which Premier League manager do you think is under the most pressure right now?There's already been one casualty this season, with Frank de Boer sacked after only five games in charge of Crystal Palace, and history tells us he definitely won't be the only boss to be given the boot in the campaign.talkSPORT.com, then, has ranked each Premier League manager on the safety of their job, starting with who's feeling the heat the most – scroll through the gallery above to see the ranking in full.*Odd
Las Vegas: At least 20 dead in Mandalay Bay shooting

Las Vegas: At least 20 dead in Mandalay Bay shooting

World
More than twenty people have been killed and at least 100 injured in a mass shooting at a Las Vegas concert. A gunman opened fire from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel toward an open-air music festival being held close by.Police said a suspect identified as a local resident, who was not named, had been shot and killed by officers. They said they were looking for a companion travelling with the suspect as a "person of interest". Sheriff Joe Lombardo said police believed the shooting was a "lone wolf" style attack, but confirmed they were trying to locate an Asian female named as Marilou Danely.Live updates on Las Vegas mass shootingIn pictures: Vegas shootingSheriff Lombardo said he was unable to accurately say the number of dead and injured, but confirmed two off-duty officers wer...
Irma causes at least 9 deaths in Caribbean as Florida, Georgia, SC brace for storm

Irma causes at least 9 deaths in Caribbean as Florida, Georgia, SC brace for storm

World
Hurricane Irma lashed the Caribbean today, causing at least nine deaths, while in the U.S., Florida, Georgia and South Carolina are facing states of emergency as residents brace for the monster storm. The storm -- called "extremely dangerous" by the National Hurricane Center (NHC) -- currently has sustained winds of 180 mph and even higher gusts. On Wednesday afternoon, Irma was battering the Caribbean, destroying about 90 percent of the structures and vehicles on Barbuda, officials said. In St. Martin and St. Barthelemy, at least eight people died and 21 were injured, according to the French Interior Minister. At least one person died in Barbuda, where there is widespread damage, said Midcie Francis, a spokeswoman for Antigua & Barbuda’s National Office of Disaster Services. Aer