Matthew is drifting toward the northwest near 3 miles per hour and a slow northwestward motion is expected to continue through tonight. Computer models are in general agreement that Hurricane Matthew will continue on a northwesterly projected path through Sunday before making a northerly turn.
The Storm turned the tables in the second half, though, as Jesse Bromwich barged over before a mazy Will Chambers run and try gave them a 12-8 lead. "I can believe it because of the hard work we put in. Cronulla 8 Melbourne 0. Sharks hooker Michael Ennis started the game like a player who would never play again, catching Storm prop Jordan McLean high on the jaw in the opening minutes.
US crude was down 69 cents at $47.14 a barrel, also around 5 percent higher than before the OPEC announcement. Both November contracts expire after Friday's settlement. Bob Yawger of Mizuho Securities said Friday's WTI gains were a continuation of bullish sentiment from the Opec meeting. "However, we maintain our view that a collective cut will have little impact on a fundamental level".
He said rebels could identify Lebanese and Iraqi militias by their flags. An airstrike meanwhile targeted a rebel headquarters near the central city of Hama on Sunday, killing at least six militants, the Observatory said. Few accepted that offer. Civilians in the rebel-held portions of Aleppo are enduring a "living hell" and the hospitals there have been all but obliterated, the United Nations warned Sunday as bomb attacks continued to hit the city.
THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) - The Netherlands has summoned Russia's ambassador to complain about Russian criticism of the Dutch public prosecutor's office over the probe into the 2014 downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17. But the findings stopped short of directly accusing Moscow of involvement in the tragedy. They said they would give that data to investigators. He called on Russian Federation to "continue to co-operate fully with the investigation and subsequent prosecution and trial" of ...
The Indus Water Treaty , brokered by the World Bank and signed not long after both countries gained independence from Britain, regulates river flows between the two nations. In a remark on the bill moved against Pakistan in the US Congress, Asif said anti-Pakistan elements are present in each and every country but the impact of their voices depends on the policies of those countries.