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Requested articles[edit]

Dust storm hits Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia[edit]

October 3, 2018

Description: Dust storm hits Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia

Full story: "Broken Hill residents briefly witnessed the sky turn red, as a dust storm swept through the city at around 3pm today." (ABC)

more materials in the video

more data about the weather can be obtained from BOM.gov.au

what is the size of the area affected by the storm? how did it move and to where?

how did the residents shelter themselves?

any fatalities?

more sources potentially?

affects a few thousands people in the area?

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Category:Australia Category:Weather

November 1, 2018

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at least 2 dead in building collapse[edit]

November 3, 2018

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Full story: building collapse at amazon warehouse in baltimore Sources:

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Truck driver dies in crash in Arlington, Texas[edit]

please create. Sunofkings0 (talk) 12:45, 6 November 2018 (UTC)

I wish i could find more info on this story but it only got published like a half an hour ago. Sunofkings0 (talk) 12:48, 6 November 2018 (UTC)

global warming[edit]

November 9, 2018

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somalia car bombing[edit]

kills at least 20 reports say. Luckmoose1 (talk) 20:18, 9 November 2018 (UTC)

Published as Dozens of people killed in Mogadishu, Somalia car bombings near Sahafi Hotel. Gryllida (talk) 00:38, 13 November 2018 (UTC)

Bruxet deal.[edit]

Meanwhile, the bars and the tea rooms in Parliament have been quietly humming with the sound of plotting and scheming.

For some, about how to take control of Brexit. For others, how to grab the keys to Number Ten.

While no-one can be sure of anything just now, none of the outcomes being discussed by MPs look anything but grim for the prime minister and her plan.

Some MPs are wondering: might a narrow defeat next week mean she could try to squeeze more out of Brussels? She might try, but the signs are the EU's all out of big concessions.

Ministers 'can still win over Brexit rebels' Would she even get the chance to try before she's forced out by her party? Labour's hope of forcing an election seems a little remote.

There's more respect than support for Mrs May among Tories. Some senior Conservatives say, privately, the answer could be to choose a caretaker prime minister to carry on in some fresh direction.

Meanwhile, rival leadership contenders are quietly getting ready to run - even to the point of promising jobs.

One senior Tory told me he'd been offered a senior cabinet post by TWO of them in exchange for his support. And you can bet he's not the only one.

There's still a chance the government pulls out of the big vote and, by so doing, buys a bit more time.

There's another proposal by Labour MP and Brexit select committee chairman, Hilary Benn, to rule out a no-deal Brexit, and rule in a soft version.

That would reunite some Brexiteers and Mrs May and maybe even limit the scale of any defeat.

Yet more speculation, obviously. The prime minister will be mulling her options and her future this weekend. But those options, and maybe her time in office, could be running out.