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Trump, South Korea's Moon agree to cooperate on North Korea

Trump extended an invitation to Moon to visit the United States. Chinese President Xi Jinping tacitly asked new South Korean counterpart Moon Jae-in on Thursday to reconsider the deployment of a US ...

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Puerto Rico files for bankruptcy

Puerto Rico files for bankruptcy

Puerto Rico's federal oversight board filed with US court to use bankruptcy-like proceedings to slash the island's $70 billion debt after failing to strike an agreement with bondholders, pushing the t...

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United Nations welcomes release of Nigerian girls by Boko Haram

Nigerian minister Aisha Alhassan said the recently freed girls are in a more positive state than those who were released in October. Parents of some of the Chibok schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Hara...

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North Korea seeks extradition of South Korea spy chief over 'assassination plot'

North Korea seeks extradition of South Korea spy chief over 'assassination plot'

Moon praised Modi for his leadership, saying India was becoming a global leader on various worldwide issues, including North Korea's nuclear ambitions. Chinese leaders don't often make congratulatory ...

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Israeli president urges embassies to move to Jerusalem after UNESCO vote

The text denounced actions taken by "Israel, the occupying power.to alter the character and status of the holy city of Jerusalem " and criticized the country's annexation of Jerusalem in 1967 - a m...

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North Korea demands handover of suspects in assassination plot

One of the American detainees, Otto Warmbier, was detained for removing a North Korean political banner. North Korea accused the US and South Korean security agencies of planning a biochemical attac...

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China's Xi discusses nuclear issue with new South Korean president

The statement says Xi relayed China's opposition to the missile-defense system being installed in South Korea that it says threatens its own security. It also demanded that South Korea stop anti-North...

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Burr, Warner pledge to continue Russian Federation investigation amid FBI shakeup

An she repeated her assertion, "the only person that can fire Comey was the president". Though the White House deputy press secretary painted a gloomy scene of the Federal Bureau of Investigatio...

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Lebanon blames Israel for anti-Hezbollah telecoms hacking

Lebanon blames Israel for anti-Hezbollah telecoms hacking

The audio messages were sent to about 10,000 people, the ministry said. "This border wall is an acknowledgment of Lebanon's massive victory and Israel's defeat". Nasrallah said the group will mainta...

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Moon's rise to power in S Korea causes worries, hopes abroad

Moon's rise to power in S Korea causes worries, hopes abroad

Moon will assume office after the National Election Commission declares him the victor Wednesday to begin his five-year term as president. To push through major initiatives, including creating 500,000...

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Drama As Karabo's Killer Appears In Court

Drama As Karabo's Killer Appears In Court

The group was eventually allowed in. 27-year-old Sandile Mantsoe was charged on two counts - murder and defeating the ends of justice by trying to get rid of the evidence. She unfortunately turned...

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Before the ax, Comey was pushing Trump-Russia probe harder

The three congressional committees conducting Russian Federation inquiries have promised to avoid interfering in the FBI counterintelligence investigation, but in the short term they may pose a bigger...

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Pakistan says army killed 50 Afghan soldiers in firing exchange

Four soldiers were among the wounded in the attack in the border town of Chaman in Baluchistan province, Pakistan army spokesman Maj. QUETTA , Pakistan (AP) — Pakistan and Afghanistan started a joi...

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Negotiations ongoing to exchange more Chibok girls with detained insurgents

Negotiations ongoing to exchange more Chibok girls with detained insurgents

The young women are joining those released earlier in government care in Abuja, where they are undergoing medical screening that will take a couple of weeks, Ms Alhassan said. Many of the Chibok girls...

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North Korea poses 'existential' threat, US intel chief warns

North Korea poses 'existential' threat, US intel chief warns

WASHINGTON , D.C.-In a Senate hearing on world wide threats against the United States, Dan Coats, former In senator and now the Director of National Intelligence, testified Thursday morning that Russi...

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Brokerages Set Ford Motor Company (F) PT at $13.47

Brokerages Set Ford Motor Company (F) PT at $13.47

Most recently Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F)'s price target was revised on 05/01/17. Also, the Hold rating count is 22 as of 05/08/17. The stock increased 0.27% or $0.03 during the last trading session, ...

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Labour manifesto leaker did us a favour, says Corbyn ally

In recent years we have seen a right-wing surge across the continent, as the policies of austerity have led to a rise in right-wing populism and nationalism", the statement said. Senior Labour figures...

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Mormon Church Pulls Older Teens From Program

Mormon Church Pulls Older Teens From Program

Some 280,000 younger boys ages 8-13 will be kept Scouts while the church continues to develop a global scouting-type program. In 2015, the Boy Scouts of America removed its long-held ban on gay scou...

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Can Rouhani, Facing Re-Election in Iran, Fend Off Two Hard-Liners?

Can Rouhani, Facing Re-Election in Iran, Fend Off Two Hard-Liners?

Rouhani, swept into office in a landslide four years ago on promises to reduce Iran's worldwide isolation, is seeking a second term after negotiating an agreement with world powers to curb Iran's nucl...

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Auto carrying UK Labour leader Corbyn runs over BBC

Auto carrying UK Labour leader Corbyn runs over BBC

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn said on Friday he was not a pacifist and accepted that military action was sometimes necessary, as he sought to bolster his f...

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