Hurricane Irma rages on, South Korea protests against THAAD and more [International Edition]

It is the first time in seven years that three hurricanes are spinning simultaneously through the Atlantic basin. That is Irma, José and Katia whose effects are quite devastating causing significant damage in their passage.

China which is winding up on the deployment of the controversial Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system in South Korea. On Thursday, Seoul and Washington completed the installation of this system despite violent demonstrations in the country and diplomatic protests in Beijing.

The United Nations Commission of inquiry on Syria has directly accused Damascus on the use of chemical weapons, in a report released on Wednesday, the commission concluded that there are reasonable grounds to believe that the Syrian air force used sarin gas on civilians in opposition-held Khan Shaykhun.

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