News Headlines - 25 September 2017

North Korea accuses US of declaring war - BBC News

North Korea's foreign minister has accused US President Donald Trump of declaring war on his country and said Pyongyang had the right to shoot down US bombers... The White House dismissed the statement as "absurd". The Pentagon warned Pyongyang to stop provocations... Mr Ri's comments were a response to Mr Trump's tweet that the North Korean leadership would not "be around much longer" if they continued their rhetoric.

'300 Rohingyas kidnapped 100 Hindus, killed 92 of them on August 25'

In a stunning disclosure, it has been revealed that 300 Rohingyas abducted 100 Hindus on August 25 and eliminated 92 of them... The revelation comes a day after the Myanmar's Army discovered two mud pits filled with 28 Hindu corpses, including women and children, outside a village in northern Rakhine.

Nearly 50,000 flee amid fears of Bali volcanic eruption | AFP.com

Nearly 50,000 people have evacuated their homes for fear of an imminent volcanic eruption on the Indonesian resort island of Bali, disaster officials said Monday.

Instant karma for vandal caught smashing a shop window | Daily Mail Online

This is the moment a vandal caught smashing a shop window gets his comeuppance - when he is hit by a car while fleeing the scene.
CCTV footage shows a man in a hooded blue sweatshirt and jogging bottoms throwing a brick through the window pane in Lubliniec, Poland, before breaking the glass with his fists.

Uber boss Dara Khosrowshahi says sorry and promises to 'make things right' for Londoners... as he pledges to fight TfL ban | London Evening Standard

Uber today issued a dramatic apology for mistakes that led to it being stripped of its licence to operate - but pledged to fight the decision “on behalf of millions of Londoners”.








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