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North Korea sends protest to US Congress over sanctions

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un inspects the defence detachment on Jangjae Islet and the Hero Defense Detachment on Mu Islet located in the southernmost part of the waters off the southwest front, in ...

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Jeremy Corbyn misses campaign appearance amid fallout from leak of draft manifesto

Jeremy Corbyn misses campaign appearance amid fallout from leak of draft manifesto

However, he also says the "bomb first, talk later" tactics of the "war on terror" have failed and Britain's national interest is best served by pursuing peaceful solutions to conflicts around the worl...

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Roger Stone: Watergate, Comey firing are 'apples and oranges'

Roger Stone: Watergate, Comey firing are 'apples and oranges'

Comey in the whole phony Russian collusion issue could be comfortable with him as Federal Bureau of Investigation director . Stone said he would "welcome a special prosecutor" to examine any collus...

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US To Arm Kurds In Syria, Despite Turkish Opposition

US To Arm Kurds In Syria, Despite Turkish Opposition

Erdogan was speaking a day after the Pentagon announced that US President Donald Trump had approved arming what it called "Kurdish elements" of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), a group dominated ...

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Abe, Moon discuss North Korea, 'comfort women' issue

Moon also asked Xi to address the "restraints and restrictions" on South Korean companies doing business in China because they're experiencing "difficulties" over the deployment, according to Yoon. So...

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China's Belt and Road investments since 2013 total $60 billion - state planner

State-controlled social media is pumping out rap and rock songs, and even a bedtime children's story, in an attempt to explain what this actually means. On the face of it, China's big plan boasts some...

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Trump admits he thought about Russian Federation while firing Comey

Trump admits he thought about Russian Federation while firing Comey

He was speaking after the FBI's acting director, Andrew McCabe, undermined White House explanations for the removal of Mr Comey and contradicted the administration's characterisations of the investiga...

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China presses South Korea on Thaad missile system

Tensions between North Korea and the USA go back to the 1950-53 Korean War, which ended in an armistice, not a peace treaty. "If Moon tries to reopen the industrial park, it will violate the Unite...

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Former Rep. Brown found guilty in charity scam

Using bank records, checks, letters, emails and hundreds of other documents, prosecutors made the case Brown directed the deposit of $37,000 of One Door cash into her account. Charges included mail fr...

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Trump asked James Comey to pledge his loyalty to him

And at that time he told me you are not under investigation . HOLT: Because in your letter, you said. Comey rightly responded to an outrageous demand by promising only that he would faithfully ...

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South Korea President Wants to Limit US Sanctions on North

With Seoul now sharing the latter view, Beijing will feel even less pressure to seriously tighten the screws on North Korea, as Trump has been urging. "[He] stands ready to work with the ROK side ...

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Trump Vows Peace Push After Meeting Abbas - But Scant Details

It will be Trump and Abbas’ first face-to-face discussion. Hamas leader Khaled Meshal implored U.S. President Donald Trump to take advantage of an "historic opportunity" for an "equitable soluti...

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Senate intel committee subpoenas Michael Flynn

Senate intel committee subpoenas Michael Flynn

Sally Yates, who was briefly the acting United States attorney general earlier this year, told White House counsel Don McGahn on January 26 that Flynn had not been telling the truth about his contacts...

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Moon Jae-In sworn in as Korea president

Moon has said he would "go to Pyongyang if conditions are met" during his inaugural address, and had proposed the reopening of a jointly operated factory park in the right circumstances. Moon has un...

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Trump Lawyer Says Past Tax Returns Show No Russian Income

Trump Lawyer Says Past Tax Returns Show No Russian Income

But they didn't release those returns or any other related documents, so there's now no way to independently verify the claims. Lindsey GrahamLindsey GrahamAn ode to imports - the critically underva...

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In global appeal, North Korea urges states not to enforce UN sanctions

In global appeal, North Korea urges states not to enforce UN sanctions

US' hostile acts against North Korea have recently reached an extreme degree and go beyond all limits, the ambassador added. "At that time, the North called for improved inter-Korean relations, sayi...

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CIA sets up centre to address N.Korea issues

The CIA has created a dedicated unit to monitor Pyongyang's nuclear and ballistic missile programs amid reignited fears that North Korea's sixth nuke test is imminent, and claims that the agency was...

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ANEEJ lauds FG over release of 82 Chibok girls

ANEEJ lauds FG over release of 82 Chibok girls

The girls were released in great shape with no visible sign of abuse, unlike the other 21 Chibok girls freed a year ago, October, who came in poor shape, Shehu told Tribune. A group of United Nati...

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Is Mugabe sleeping in meetings?

Is Mugabe sleeping in meetings?

He is very, very, very black. "This is what happens at 93 and Mandela, I do not think lived as long as the president". The state-run Herald newspaper on Thursday quoted spokesman George Charamba ...

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