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North Korea Detains US citizen, the 3rd American Being Held There

North Korea has detained USA citizen, Tony Kim, who also goes by his Korean name Kim Sang-duk, officials said Sunday, April 23, 2017, bringing to three the number of Americans now being held there. Ev...

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'This Is an Insult': NYC Mayor Fires Back at Justice Department

That law stipulates: "A$3 Federal, State, or local government entity or official may not prohibit, or in any way restrict, any government entity or official from sending to, or receiving from, the Imm...

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U.S. wants to get past rift with Russian Federation amid Syria impasse

U.S. wants to get past rift with Russian Federation amid Syria impasse

As the council debated its response on Thursday, the United States fired cruise missiles at a Syrian airbase that the USA says was used to launch the chemical attack. Beyond Syria, Russia's allege...

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RICS Policy Manager in Wales - General Election Comment

RICS Policy Manager in Wales - General Election Comment

Unsurprisingly, May's opposition isn't happy . Peers would also be forced to back the priorities under the Salisbury Convention, which means that the Lords will not try and vote down government pla...

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China Calls for Restraint on North Korea as USS Carl Vinson arrives

China Calls for Restraint on North Korea as USS Carl Vinson arrives

A foreign-funded university in North Korea has confirmed the arrest of a USA citizen who was lecturing there - the third American held in the country amid growing tensions between Pyongyang and Washin...

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Attack to affect France vote

Archive reports by French newspaper Le Parisien say that Cheurfi was convicted of attacking a police officer in 2001. French President Francois Hollande promised "absolute vigilance, particularly wi...

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Trump suggests Le Pen to win French presidential election

Trump suggests Le Pen to win French presidential election

He was arrested in February on suspicion of plotting to kill officers but was released because of lack of evidence. Police did however find a handwritten note praising ISIS near the slain attacker. ...

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Republican wins surprisingly close Kansas congressional election

Pompeo previously won the district in repeated landslides. Democrats shouldn't be praised for failing to claim a seat in Congress. Instead, when Thompson went toe-to-toe against Estes, Republicans...

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Trump's 100 days: A rattled establishment, some surprises

The Post notes Republicans not taking a vote on the vastly unpopular American Health Care Act meant to " repeal and replace " Obamacare as a "major setback", but goes on to report that the confirmat...

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Macron to face Le Pen in French presidential run-off

After the UK's vote to leave the European Union and the United States vote for the political novice Donald Trump as president, the French presidential race is the latest election to shake up establish...

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Bill O'Reilly will be back Monday - with a new podcast episode

The former Fox News host is set to appear Monday with a new episode of his " No Spin News " podcast. On the day of his return, while he was on the plane, Fox News announced that he would no longer b...

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Sheila Dikshit a burden on Congress, says BJP leader Arvinder Singh Lovely

When Lovely was about to join the BJP, the DPCC had no idea and said, "Go and check with the news agency only". Given the fact that UP CM Yogi Adityanath has become popular among the general public ...

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North Korea warns of 'great war' as U.S. tensions escalate

The call is the second time that the two leaders have spoken directly since meeting in Florida earlier this month as tensions mounted. Rodong Sinmun , the official newspaper of the North Korean g...

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North Korea detains USA citizen, threatens to sink aircraft carrier

He warned North Korea not to test Trump or the US military and said the "era of strategic patience is over". It was the second phone call between the two leaders since their summit at Trump's luxury...

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China urges 'restraint' over N Korea as US carrier approaches

China urges 'restraint' over N Korea as US carrier approaches

Pyongyang said Sunday it was poised to destroy the USS Carl Vinson if provoked when the aircraft carrier and its armada arrive at the Korean Peninsula. Envoys on the North Korean nuclear issue from th...

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Majority says Ivanka, Kushner's White House roles inappropriate

That clears the way for Ivanka's jewelry, bags and spa services to be sold to a market that includes more than 1.3 billion people. The Trump Organization, meanwhile, recently won Chinese trademar...

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North Korea Threatens to Sink San Diego-Based USS Carl Vinson

North Korea Threatens to Sink San Diego-Based USS Carl Vinson

Article is invalid or is no longer published. . The deployment of the Carl Vinson has riled Pyongyang, which said it was "an extremely risky act by those who plan a nuclear war to invade the Nort...

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Jeremy Corbyn rules out second Brexit referendum

We want the same rights today, tomorrow for the European citizens living here, and the British citizens in Europe. Britain's Theresa May appeared on course to win a crushing election victory in June...

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BJP clean sweep in civic polls, rout for AAP

Former Delhi minister and BJP leader Arvind Singh Lovely also could not cast his vote as there were some problems in the EVMs at the polling booth in East Azad Nagar area. The elections to two wards w...

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Trump touts plans to put 'American workers first'

Trump touts plans to put 'American workers first'

He was signing the directive at Snap-on Inc.in Kenosha, Wisconsin, a state he narrowly carried in November on the strength of support from white, working-class voters. When asked if the H-1B lottery...

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Venezuela protests: What you need to know

Venezuela protests: What you need to know

Supporters of President Maduro have also been protesting. Socialist Party officials dismiss the opposition marches as efforts to destabilize the government, pointing to protester barricades and vand...

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Macron, Le Pen lead first round of French presidential election

Macron, Le Pen lead first round of French presidential election

Social-liberal Emmanuel Macron will face far-right candidate Marine Le Pen in a run-off for the French presidency on May 7, according to election officials. "Either we continue on the path of complete...

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US lecturer arrested at North Korean airport

US lecturer arrested at North Korean airport

The editorial, described as being written by an army officer, said it was a "big miscalculation" for Washington to compare the North to Syria, which did not launch an "immediate counterattack" after a...

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Bruce Cassidy: Bruce Cassidy hopes to keep head coaching gig

During the power play, it was MacArthur who scored the power play goal to win the game for the Senators 3-2 and end the series. The first one, taken by Chara, took place in Game 2; the team would then...

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USA warns North Korea after threat to sink American ship

USA warns North Korea after threat to sink American ship

The State Department on Sunday said that it remains committed to directly addressing the North Korean nuclear threat. USA missile strikes against Syrian airbase and dropping of largest ever non-nuclea...

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3 factions battle for AIADMK throne

3 factions battle for AIADMK throne

We are ready to hold talks with OPS faction on merger", said R Vaithilingam, senior leader of EPS camp, adding, "Let's all work together to retrieve the Two-Leaf symbol. "But I don't know", he told re...

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French vote in most unpredictable contest in generations

France's far right is reaching out to voters who backed the defeated far-left contender, hoping to peel away voters from the extremes of the political spectrum. "She's been in the political system for...

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Apex court rejects call to remove Sharif

Apex court rejects call to remove Sharif

Pakistan's Supreme Court has ruled there was insufficient evidence to oust Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif over corruption allegations, but has ordered a high-level investigation into the charges. Th...

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Royal support for London Marathon runners

Many in the field of almost 40,000 stopped to greet Prince William, Kate Middleton and Prince Harry, who were representing the Heads Together charity. After pushing a button to sound a klaxon which ...

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NZ dollar drops vs euro on optimism Macron will prevail

NZ dollar drops vs euro on optimism Macron will prevail

Voters narrowed the presidential field from 11 to two. France's upcoming presidential election has turned into a de facto referendum on whether to halt or strengthen the nationalist fervor sweeping ...

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