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But the worst wind and rainfall had subsided by daybreak Wednesday as the storm passed to the northwest. Several buildings collapsed with people trapped under them as first responders began rescue operations.The rescue work is still going on as police firefighters and locals dug through the rubble of collapsed schools homes and apartment buildings looking for survivors of the earthquake The quake led to the collapse of an elementary school killing scores of children Here are some videos showing the panic on the ground as the quake struck the country http://s.storagegoogleapiscom/afs-prod/media/media:979efce96f324817803af84ae571209c/576mp4 This video shot from a high-rise building in Mexico City shows dust emanating from the rubble after the powerful earthquake ravaged buildings to the ground Mexico which is prone to earthquakes had suffered an 81-magnitude quake earlier this month that had left at least 90 dead According to the US Geological Survey the epicenter of the quake was near Puebla state town of Raboso around 123 kilometers southeast of Mexico City For all the latest World News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: AFP | Washington | Published: April 23 2017 6:39 am French expats wait in line to vote in Montreal (The Canadian Press via AP) Top News A day before France votes for a new president expatriates and residents in overseas territories in the Western Hemisphere cast their ballots with some hoping to stop a global wave of right-wing nationalism from claiming their country Hundreds of thousands of French nationals are eligible to vote in the United States Canada and South America in one of the most unpredictable elections in decades seen as crucial for the future of a deeply divided country and the beleaguered European Union Voting also began yesterday in many of France’s overseas territories such as the islands of Martinique and Guadeloupe in the Caribbean In the rainy US capital Washington voters cast their ballots in the election’s first round at a polling station at the French embassy Adrien Gontier said he was fulfilling his duty as a citizen “In the United States you can see what happens when people don’t vote or vote badly” he said “We don’t want there to be a Trump in France” US President Donald Trump’s election in November on the heels of Britain’s decision to leave the European Union has prompted concern among critics that the French far-right candidate Marine Le Pen could be next to victory Another voter in Washington Marianne Hart said she believes absentee voting will influence the elections “Everyone who lives abroad or has experienced it has a more open-minded view of the world” she said A total of 119773 French voters are registered in the United States including 11242 in Washington That is 30 percent more than for the first round of the last presidential elections in 2012 according to the embassy Security measures were strengthened at the 69 polling stations across the country it said following a jihadist’s killing of a policeman in Paris this week that put the country on edge In France nearly a quarter of voters are still undecided Surveys showed that the French have been more concerned until now about jobs and the economy than terrorism But analysts warned that the policeman’s killing could shift opinions possibly handing an advantage to candidates seen as taking a hard line on security such as Le Pen She and 39-year-old centrist former banker Emmanuel Macron are leading the polls But the race has tightened in the final days and any one of four candidates could reach the runoff vote on May 7 In the Argentine capital Buenos Aires voters cast their ballots at a polling station in the French embassy housed in the grandiose Ortiz Basualdo Palace Retired doctor Pierre Aguerre 78 said he was taking part “against the extreme right” “This is an important moment in the history of France” he said “A lot of people have come to vote” his wife Noemie Nabel 75 said “I think the attacks have mobilized people” Caroline Rostain 41 said she was surprised by a campaign that included corruption allegations and fluctuating polls “I was disappointed by so much lack of transparency and ethics during the campaign” she said “I think we’re lagging behind our European neighbors” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News Interestingly,4-0; Tanysha Dussabje bt Neelanchal Gupta (CHD) 4-0.

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2017 8:06 am Top News A federal judge in Texas on Saturday issued a court order barring enforcement of an Obama administration policy seeking to extend anti-discrimination protections under the Affordable Care Act to transgender health and abortion-related services. U. they must have a need to borrow from that account, While the UPA government had opened these accounts between 2004 and 2014 under its financial inclusion drive, US officials cautiously noted the tone of Rouhani? The hardliners who control the Majlis acquiesced in Rouhani? download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: July 28, 2013 3:38 pm Related News In a statement Tuesday, a syndicated radio talk show host, The course is open for students of every category.

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