During their escapades, the auto load of kids - driving a 2004 Nissan Patrol believed to belong to a family member - allegedly stole petrol from a service station in the small town of Banana in the early hours of Sunday. Normally, the journey is more than a 10-hour drive, and authorities said they four kids likely took turns behind the wheel. When police attempted to detain the children, they reportedly locked the doors of the vehicle leaving officers to smash the windows of the stolen ...
The quake on Sunday jolted items off shelves in shops and caused cracks in some buildings but no major damage has been reported, thanks to cyclone-rated construction in the region. It was a bit scary. Locals rushed to social media rushed to document the tremors, with a man in Port Headland posting a video of his entire kitchen shaking as glass bottles rattle against each other.
US President Trump says more arrests of illegal immigrants will start this weekend. "Fear, need and anxiety are driving people to try to find some legal help", said Rigo Reyes, the executive director of Los Angeles County's Office of Immigrant Affairs.
Jeremy Hunt told Mr Neil that he "expects" to leave by Christmas but won't guarantee it. United Kingdom leadership front-runner Boris Johnson said it would be "insane now" to say the government might not deliver Brexit by October 31, in a hint that he could be prepared to accept a delay at a later date.
The leak led to the resignation of British Ambassador Kim Darroch after President Donald Trump said his administration would no longer work with Darroch, who had criticized Trump in the leaked cables. After the leak, U.S. President criticized Kim Derrota and Prime Minister Theresa may, saying that the USA no longer intend to deal with the Ambassador.
Meteorologists warned that torrential rain - as much as 2 feet (60 cm) in some places - could unleash severe flooding as the storm moves inland from the Gulf of Mexico, where oil and gas operations have already cut production by almost 60 percent.