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  • USA calls for stronger sanctions against N Korea

    USA calls for stronger sanctions against N Korea

    Pacific Command said that "the flight is not consistent with an intercontinental ballistic missile". North Korea launched what Japan called a potentially "new type of ballistic missile" early Sunday in a test of rival South Korea's new president, whose election came just days earlier.

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  • Japan, S. Korean leaders discuss North's missile

    Pacific Command detected and tracked this missile - and says flight data indicate that it was not an intercontinental ballistic missile, or ICBM". Abe added that the three countries also seek to cooperate with China and Russian Federation to pressure North Korea to comply with U.N.

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  • Is Peace With the North on the Horizon?

    The reopening of Kaesong might not be a priority for Moon, and such a move could be found in violation of United Nations Security Council sanctions resolutions. "I would like to work with you to make the development of China-ROK relations benefit the two countries and the two peoples", Xi said. Another issue Moon will be forced to address is the dispute with China over America's deployment of a Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) missile shield in South Korea.

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  • Relations warm between United States and Australia

    Relations warm between United States and Australia

    In other words, something that more closely resembles the model of Trump's predecessor, former President Barack Obama, than unencumbered free-market capitalism. Bernie SandersBernie SandersDems kick off unity commission Trump: "Everybody" has better healthcare than US Why Sanders would have defeated Trump in 2016 MORE (I-Vt.), who supports a "Medicare-for-all" system, had seized on Trump's praise of Australia's universal healthcare system Thursday.

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  • Maduro pide apoyo a las vacas para la Constituyente en Venezuela

    Maduro pide apoyo a las vacas para la Constituyente en Venezuela

    Mientras las fuerzas de seguridad intentaban contener a los manifestantes, que devolvían las granadas lacrimógenas y lanzaban piedras y bombas molotov, Maduro bailaba rodeado de sus ministros y sus seguidores en la sede del árbitro electoral para celebrar la activación de la Asamblea Constituyente .

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  • US Prosecutors Reportedly Issue Subpoenas to Associates of Michael Flynn

    US Prosecutors Reportedly Issue Subpoenas to Associates of Michael Flynn

    Russian Federation has repeatedly denied interfering in the USA election and the Trump administration denies allegations of collusion with Russian Federation. Stone, Page, Flynn and former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort all received similar requests for information, a person familiar with the Senate investigation said.

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  • North Korea launches missile; launch being assessed

    North Korea launches missile; launch being assessed

    The missile flew about 30 minutes before falling into the Sea of Japan (East Sea) between Japan and the Korean peninsula, said Tokyo's Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga. Moon asked other government agencies to ease public concerns so that they can carry on with their daily lives while fully managing the possible crises that can be caused by North Korean provocations.

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  • Japan Hopes for Collaboration With Russia, China Over N. Korean Issue - PM

    North Korea test-fired a missile from the same city, in February, with the missile flying more than 500 kilometres. The U.S. Pacific Command said in a statement the type was being assessed but that its flight was not consistent with that of an intercontinental ballistic missile [ICBM], which would have the range to reach the U.S.

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  • Fatima brings hope for peace in suffering Venezuela, pilgrim says

    Pope Francis hopes to spread the message of peace and love among his followers, as the three children of Fatima did while World War I raged on 100 years ago. "Confirmed in this hope, we have gathered here to give thanks for the countless graces bestowed over these past hundred years", he said. The third secret was not disclosed until 1943, when, on her sick bed, Bishop Silvato asked Lucia to make a written record of the details of the apparition due to her illness and in the event of her death.

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  • United Kingdom interior minister says health system has recovered from cyber attack

    Hospitals, companies, universities and governments across almost 100 countries were hounded by a cyberattack that locked computers and demanded ransom. The aftermath of the cyber attack that affected 48 NHS organisations is likely to last for a number of days. These hackers "have caused enormous amounts of disruption- probably the biggest ransomware cyberattack in history", said Graham Cluley, a veteran of the anti-virus industry in Oxford, England.

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  • Almost half disapprove of Trump's decision to fire Comey

    Trump and Pirro made headlines in March when the president urged followers on Twitter to tune into Pirro's March 25 show. After Trump chose to fire Comey, he was told by aides that Democrats would likely react positively to the news given the role many believe Comey played in Hillary Clinton's defeat past year.

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  • Death toll of Venezuelan protests climbs to 37

    In the current Parliament by a convincing majority the opposition has. Maduro has tried to increase his influence over it via financial assistance to the armed forces and by allowing 11 military personnel to become federal ministers. Luis Emilio Rondon, one of five members of the electoral council and the only one who in the past has sided with opposition initiatives, said Maduro's decree alone was not enough to convoke a constitutional assembly.

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  • Trump on Russia-Ukraine conflict: 'Let's make peace'

    Trump on Russia-Ukraine conflict: 'Let's make peace'

    In a shock move on Tuesday, Trump sacked FBI chief James Comey, the man overseeing federal investigations into suspected Kremlin interference in the 2016 United States vote. Peskov said Russian Federation stands ready to move as far forward on its diplomatic agenda with the United States as Washington is willing. The US was not part of a deal by Damascus backers Russian Federation and Iran, and rebel supporter Turkey, signed Thursday in the Kazakh capital Astana on establishing safe zones in ...

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  • Japan says N. Korea missile fell into sea

    Japan said the missile flew for 30 minutes and dropped in the sea between the North's east coast and Japan. The flight "was not consistent with an intercontinental ballistic missile", the US Pacific Command said. South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said it was sacked toward the east at around 5:30 AM local time from near Kusong in the northwestern province of Pyongan-pukdo.

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  • Trump says he could name Federal Bureau of Investigation head by next week

    Trump told NBC's Lester Holt on Thursday Comey had requested the dinner on January 27, because the wanted to stay on as Federal Bureau of Investigation director. Comey declined to make that promise but told the president he could count on his honesty, the paper said. The FBI probe and parallel congressional investigations have hung over Trump's presidency since he took office in January and threaten to overwhelm his policy priorities.

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  • Ismail Haniya, Hamas new political leader

    He beat Mussa Abu Marzuk and Mohamed Nazzal in a videoconference vote of the ruling council's members in Gaza , the West Bank and outside the Palestinian territories. "His election is a sign that the Gaza leadership has regained the upper hand from those outside", she said. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu symbolically tossed the document into a bin on Sunday, calling it a "hateful document" and arguing that Hamas was trying to "fool the world".

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  • Papa Francisco canoniza a los pastorcitos de Fátima

    Al término de la lectura de la fórmula, explotó en aplausos la marea humana que abarrotó la explanada del santuario ubicado en el valle Cova de Iria, en el corazón de Portugal . No queremos ser una esperanza abortada. "Queridos Peregrinos, tenemos una Madre". Francisco recordó que Benedicto XVI ya se ocupó del tema e hizo realizar un informe al cardenal Camillo Ruini que después se envió a los miembros de la Congregación para la Doctrina de la Fe (El ex Santo Oficio), que "nutrieron ...

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  • Monja entregaba niños discapacitados a sacerdotes para que abusen de ellos — Argentina

    Monja entregaba niños discapacitados a sacerdotes para que abusen de ellos — Argentina

    En Mendoza , abundan los testimonios de personas quienes conocen a la religiosa, hablan que su rostro reflejaba humildad, paciencia, empatía, condescendencia y sobretodo confianza. "Y, testimonios que dicen que la religiosa participó en tocamientos a niñas, que les pedía que se tocaran entre ellas y veía pornografía junto al celador Jorge Bordón (otro detenido) en un televisor".

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  • #LetsMakePeace: Trump goes on odd tweetstorm praising Russian Federation - and Rosie O'Donnell

    The tweeted photos fashion a grinning Trump as peacemaker, a day after the Republican leader gave Lavrov a rare Oval Office welcome and Ukraine's Klimkin met with Vice President Mike Pence. "Deadly serious Q: Was it a good idea to let a Russian gov photographer & all their equipment into the Oval Office?" In his post, Scherbak said that he had undergone all White House security checks.

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  • India skips Belt and Road meet

    In Beijing's telling, the "belt" and the "road" are the Eurasian landmass' dividend, following multiple decades of breakneck growth in China. He said, "We should establish a stable and sustainable financial safeguard system that keeps risks under control, create new models of investment and financing, encourage greater cooperation between government and private capital and build a diversified financing system and a multi-tiered capital market".

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  • Turkey among countries hit in cyberattack

    Turkey among countries hit in cyberattack

    Russia's interior ministry, with oversees the police forces, said about "1,000 computers were infected", which it described as less than 1% of the total, according to its website. Among the worst hit was the National Health Service (NHS) in England and Scotland, the BBC said, adding about 40 NHS organizations were hit, with operations and appointments canceled.

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  • Trump to deliver commencement address at Liberty University

    Trump to deliver commencement address at Liberty University

    Liberty's president, Jerry Falwell, Jr., was a key early supporter of Trump during his campaign and helped rally support among religious conservatives. Although he didn't directly criticize the media, or anyone else for that matter, he did say that "a chorus of critics" is only natural when you try to shake up a system.

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  • Liberal losses in BC cast doubt on energy projects

    Liberal losses in BC cast doubt on energy projects

    Wednesday morning. There is very little difference between the tallies in three ridings. "We won the popular vote, and we have also won the most seats and with absentee ballots still to be counted, I am confident that they will strengthen our margin of victory".

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  • " "Siempre" estuve en contra de la ley del 2x1"

    El presidente Mauricio Macri cuestionó hoy a la ex mandataria Cristina Kirchner por haber vinculado al Gobierno con el fallo que benefició a un represor con el " 2x1 ", al advertir que " actúa con la deformación de haber gobernado de una manera, que era queriendo manejar todos los poderes ".

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  • Trump praises virtues of being an 'outsider'

    Trump is the second sitting president to deliver a commencement address at Liberty University, after George H.W. Bush in 1990. President Trump said his administration may be able to "make a fast decision" on a new Federal Bureau of Investigation director as candidates began arriving at the Department of Justice Saturday morning for interviews.

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  • Trump to move quickly to replace Federal Bureau of Investigation director

    This contradicted the White House's explanation for why Comey was sacked and added to the confusion and controversy surrounding the firing. You know how nervy your president is. By Thursday , in his interview with NBC's Lester Holt , Mr. Trump was acknowledging that he made a decision to fire Mr. Comey before soliciting and receiving any recommendations and that the Clinton emails were not his motivation.

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