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Several people were injured on Friday after witnesses reported there had been a blast on a packed rush-hour commuter train in London and police said they were treating it as a terrorism incident. The London ambulance service said it had taken 18 people to hospital, but said none were thought to be in a serious condition. http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/several-hurt-in-terrorist-incident-on-london-underground-train/ar-AArXyZI?li=BBmkt5R&ocid=ientp
The United Nations Security Council will meet today after North Korea fired another missile, less than two weeks after its most powerful nuclear test ever. The missile flew over Japan, which issued a nationwide alert advising residents to take shelter, and splashed into the Pacific Ocean. Yesterday, North Korea threatened to use weapons to “sink” Japan and turn the U.S. to “ashes and darkness.”
Riding a wave of excitement off this week’s unveiling, Apple’s new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus can be preordered beginning today. (The iPhone X is available for preorders next month.) Which to choose? It comes down to price, size and whether you really, really need to communicate in animated emojis. If the least-expensive new phone (iPhone 8 at $699) isn’t within budget, check out the now-cheaper iPhone 7.
Several school zones in Western Washington receive failing grades for distracted driving–-A startup has created an interactive map with a system for grading the safety of the roads surrounding school activity areas.
Brushfire Northbound SR 167 just before 37th Street NW in #Auburn. Families were being evacuated.