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Pence, Turnbull urge China to pressure N. Korea

Mr Turnbull said China has a leverage to influence North Korea. "As the largest majority-Muslim country, Indonesia's tradition of moderate Islam, frankly, is an inspiration to the world", Pence said...

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French police officer killed by gunman in 'targeted' Paris attack

French police officer killed by gunman in 'targeted' Paris attack

US President Donald Trump on Friday said a deadly attack in Paris claimed by the Islamic State group "will have a big effect" on France's upcoming presidential vote. "The identity of the attac...

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Aircraft carrier group wasn't near Korean peninsula

Aircraft carrier Carl Vinson is now in the Indian Ocean whereas Washington had said it was on its way to the Korean peninsula. The New York Times , quoting Defense Department officials, reported ...

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North Korea Warns Of 'Super-Mighty Preemptive Strike' Against United States

North Korea Warns Of 'Super-Mighty Preemptive Strike' Against United States

North Korea's deputy representative to the UN Kim In Ryong on Monday accused the USA of creating "a situation where nuclear war could break out at any time " and said Pyongyang's next nuclear te...

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Trump's far-right backers rebel over 'hoax' Syria attack

US allies expressed support on Friday for Washington's missile strikes on Syria, calling them a proportionate response to Syria's suspected use of chemical weapons. Iran and Russian Federation have ...

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David Moyes: 'fans deserve to take their frustrations out on somebody'

David Moyes: 'fans deserve to take their frustrations out on somebody'

The Hammers scored early in each half and twice led at a subdued Stadium of Light , only to concede two weird equalisers and end the game with ten men following Sam Byram's red card. "I've probab...

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Trump calls Canada's dairy trade policies a 'disgrace'

The U.S. dairy lobby has accused Canada of "systemic disregard" of its trade obligations, while the Canadian industry accused its American rival of "scapegoating". Now, U.S. dairy exports are down, wi...

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'It's more than a good start': How province's housing measures hit Hamilton

Toronto prices rose 33% in March from a year earlier and the average price of a detached home topped C$1.2mn ($903,000) last month. "This plan balances those needs to stabilize the market and preven...

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North Korea missile launch fails, South Korean officials report

The failed missile came the day after Pyongyang publicly showcased its ballistic arsenal at a giant military parade. North Korea's Supreme Leader, Kim Jong Un, was shown clapping and smiling from ...

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Death row inmate Ledell Lee executed in Arkansas

The executions would be the most by any state in the shortest period since the Supreme Court reinstated capital punishment in the United States in 1976. The U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear five la...

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Students clash with security forces in Kashmir

Security forces used tear smoke shells to chase away the protesters, the official said, adding clashes were going on when last reports came in. Kashmiri students throw bricks and stones at Indian po...

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Krauthammer: With North Korea, We Do Have Cards to Play

A war of words has broken out recently after U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, warned that the '"era of strategic patience" with North Korea is over, adding that any attack would be met with an "ove...

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North Korea is 'getting the message'

North Korea's authoritarian leaders have continued to conduct nuclear and missile tests, seeing the programs as crucial to their survival. "Now, all options are on the table and the United States is ...

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Paris police shot on Champs-Elysees; IS group claims attack

The attacker ambushed three Parisian police officers on the Champs-Elysees on Thursday, killing one and wounding two others in what the country's president called a terrorist attack. The prosecutors' ...

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The Harassment Factor Ousts Bill O'Reilly from Fox News

But the departure of major advertisers, anxious about the knock-on effect of being associated with "The O'Reilly Factor ", ultimately sealed his fate as the Murdoch family, which owns the corporation...

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Pence says America's 'sword stands ready' if North Korea attacks

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the United States was looking at ways to pressure North Korea over its nuclear program as North Korean state media warned the Americans of a "super-mighty preem...

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Election good for Brexit talks, says European Union chief

Brussels appeared to support London's call, with European Commission spokesman Margaritis Schinas saying "we are in favor". On May 22, governments should agree the directives that European Union c...

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Death toll in Venezuelan protests reaches nine

Death toll in Venezuelan protests reaches nine

Tens of thousands of protesters asking for the resignation of Pre. Three people were killed during rallies against President Nicolas Maduro in the capital Caracas Wednesday, as violent clashes b...

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South Korea on heightened alert as Russian Federation denies troop movements toward North

North Korea on Thursday threatened the US with a "super-mighty preemptive strike " that would blast American and South Korean military forces "to ashes", in the latest escalation of tensions, and ...

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U.S. carrier group was not steaming straight to North Korea

The US military's Pacific Command has gone on to explain that its training had now been completed and that the strike group was now "proceeding to the Western Pacific as ordered". While it is nearly 4...

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United Nations condemns North Korea missile launch after Russia, US spar over words

William Perry, who served as US defense secretary from 1994 to 1997 and negotiated with North Korea , said he did not believe Pyongyang was planning a surprise attack, despite the fiery rhetoric. T...

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Canadian policy 'very unfair' to American dairy? Not so fast, expert says

The dairy trade battle erupted earlier this week after Trump condemned Canadian policies during a speech to dairy farmers in Wisconsin. It was his first public response to Trump's Wisconsin pledge to ...

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Melania Trump reminds President Trump to raise hand for the national anthem

Melania Trump reminds President Trump to raise hand for the national anthem

Moments later, President Trump blew a whistle 3 times, each time sending groups of youngsters scurrying to deftly use a wooden spoon to maneuver their dyed egg several yards across the finish line. "I...

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We will wipe out US, allies

We will wipe out US, allies

In an exclusive interview with Fox & Friends that aired on Tuesday, President Trump revealed he may not be sure who now rules North Korea . The developments come amid heightened tensions between th...

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GOP wins tight Kansas race in first House vote of Trump admin

Ted Cruz of Texas campaigned for Estes Monday in Wichita , while Vice President Mike Pence also recorded a get-out-the-vote call. Estes took 53 percent of the vote to Democrat James Thompson's 46...

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China Seeks Russia's Help to 'Cool' N Korea Situation

China Seeks Russia's Help to 'Cool' N Korea Situation

His national security adviser, H.R. McMaster, said the USA would rely on its allies as well as on Chinese leadership to resolve the issues with North Korea. He arrived in South Korea shortly after a f...

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What next with North Korea?

When asked about the Vinson's movements Wednesday, Lu was measured in his response, reiterating at one point, "we maintain close contacts with the U.S. An official Chinese newspaper said there was opt...

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Paris Gunman was on police terror radar

Reuters cited a police source as saying that the law enforcement had issued an arrest warrant for a second suspect in the shooting, who had arrived from Belgium by train. They had no other details ab...

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North Korea's Missile Threat

North Korea has conducted a series of ballistic missile launches in recent months in defiance of United Nations sanctions and concerns have been growing that it could soon conduct a sixth nuclear test...

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Paris Champs Elysees shooting: Officer, attacker killed; 3 hurt

Paris Champs Elysees shooting: Officer, attacker killed; 3 hurt

Le Parisien further reported that the suspect was convicted in 2003 for the attempted murder of three men, with his sentence eventually reduced to five years in 2005. Police believe he had "opene...

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