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US May Attack North Korea If They Anticipate a Nuclear Test

The deployment of the U.S Navy's Carl Vinson Carrier Strike Group to the Korean Peninsula is considered a show of force warning North Korea against further provocations. alliance is expected to be relayed", Cho said. Estimates suggest almost 66,000 people were killed by the blast in Hiroshima, though some experts believe the number may be even greater. Read More

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UK's Labour criticized over response to Nazi comments

UK's Labour criticized over response to Nazi comments

Livingstone had been suspended from the party last April for "bringing the party into disrepute" after he made comments defending a Labour MP who had shared anti-Semitic posts on social media. Mr Watson said he could not "disagree" with the Chief Rabbi. Allegations of Labour anti-Semitism have grown since pro-Palestinian socialist Jeremy Corbyn was elected leader of Britain's main opposition party in 2015. Read More

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Rooney to miss Manchester United's clash with Anderlecht

And he wants to make sure they qualify twice - by winning the Europa League and finishing in the top four of the Premier League. If we lose in the Europe League, we are in trouble. But for tomorrow, no". Turkish league leaders Besiktas visit Parc OL in the first leg of their tie, but the visitors will be without injured Portugal worldwide Ricardo Quaresma while Vincent Aboubakar - scorer of Cameroon's winning goal in this year's Africa Cup of Nations final - is suspended. Read More

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Residents flee fierce clashes in Lebanon's Ein El Hilweh Palestinian refugee camp

Residents flee fierce clashes in Lebanon's Ein El Hilweh Palestinian refugee camp

Witnesses said that since midday, local clashes between Al-Fatah militiamen and the Palestinian Joint Security Force (PJSF); and followers of Bilal Badr, a Salafist leader (Islamic fundamentalist), have worsened. The spokesman for the Council of Palestinian Scholars in Lebanon said the radical groups were issuing fatwas authorising the killing of people they disagreed with. Read More

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Uganda: By Prosecuting Dr. Nyanzi, The Emperor Strips Himself Naked

Uganda: By Prosecuting Dr. Nyanzi, The Emperor Strips Himself Naked

Academic Stella Nyanzi, 42, a university research fellow and lecturer, called Museveni "a pair of buttocks" and his wife, who doubles as education minister, "empty-brained" in a post on her Facebook page. The latest example of harassment against a member of the the press was the abduction of Gertrude Tumusiime Uwitware on April 8, a journalist for Uganda's NTV station, who was allegedly kidnapped and interrogated after defending Nyanzi in a Facebook post. Read More

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'Only time will tell' on improving US-China trade

A spokesperson China's foreign ministry said it opposed the use of force in worldwide affairs but stopped short of explicitly condemning the USA attack. PRESIDENT Trump is reportedly weighing plans to place United States nukes in South Korea or assassinate North Korea's brutal dictator Kim Jong Un in response to the rogue nation's relentless nuclear ambitions, including a potential strike on the West Coast. Read More

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Airstrikes on Syria might also send message to North Korea

Airstrikes on Syria might also send message to North Korea

According to a statement on China's Foreign Ministry website, Mr Xi told Mr Trump: "We have a thousand reasons to get China-US relations right, and not one reason to spoil the China-US relationship". Sitting with Mr. Trump during a major national security incident gave the Chinese leader an "unprecedented" opportunity to view at close range how the US leader, less than 100 days into his presidency, acts under pressure, John Park, a specialist on Northeast Asia at Harvard Kennedy School, said ... Read More

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North Korea says Syria airstrikes prove its nukes justified

Spicer said Trump underscored the need for China to take concrete steps to level the playing field for American workers, stressing repeatedly the need for reciprocal market access. Ivanka is heard saying: "We wanted to make you feel at home". "Trump lost his first fight with Xi and will be looked at as a paper tiger", Shi Yinhong, a foreign policy advisor for the Chinese government, told the New York Times . Read More

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North Korea: US missile strikes on Syrian airbase 'unforgivable act of aggression'

Seoul's foreign ministry says Wu Dawei will officially begin his schedule by meeting his South Korean counterpart Kim Hong-kyun on Monday afternoon. That could eventually lead to additional import duties, but any decisions on such punishments would depend on the probe's findings, not "pre-determined conclusions", said the official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the order was still being considered. Read More

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Gorsuch Heads for Confirmation as Senate Tears up Own Rules

Gorsuch Heads for Confirmation as Senate Tears up Own Rules

In a confrontation that could reshape the Supreme Court for generations, Republicans tore up the Senate's voting rules Thursday to allow Trump nominee Neil Gorsuch to ascend to the high court over furious Democratic objections. To remind us that legislators may appeal to their own moral convictions and to claims about social utility to reshape the law as they think it should be in the future, " he said . Read More

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Arrests linked to deadly attack on St. Petersburg subway

Thousands of residents of these countries, which sprang from the ruins of the former Soviet Union, are believed to have joined the Islamic State in its strongholds in Iraq and Syria. SIEGEL: And the fact that the suspected suicide bomber was from Kyrgyzstan - what does that say to Russians, and what does Kyrgyzstan connote in the context of Islamism? Investigators scoured the St. Read More

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