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On Sunday, Pyongyang conducted its latest ballistic missile launch in defiance of United Nations Security Council resolutions, saying it was a test of its capability to carry a "large-size heavy nuclear warhead". North Korea's Sunday missile test was the first successful launch since the deployment of the THAAD system in early May . Russian Federation and China have opposed the THAAD deployment, calling on the all parties to find a peaceful solution to the hazardous situation in the ...
  • Ford to cut 1400 jobs by the end of this summer

    Economy

    No official decision regarding the cuts has been made, the source said. Globally, Ford employs a total of about 15,000 salaried workers in the departments that will be affected with about 9,600 of those workers employed in the USA, 1,000 in Mexico, 600 in Canada and 4,141 in Asia Pacific.
  • Flynn Delayed Move Against IS That Turkey Opposed

    Economy

    The damning questions about Flynn come on the heels of President Trump having met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan at the White House , to discuss how the two nations could "deepen" cooperation in efforts to confront terrorism. Mr. Flynn hired a lawyer a few weeks later. Flynn had been paid more than $500,000 to advocate for Turkey's interests. Days later, after an article in The Daily Caller revealed that the Flynn Intel Group had a contract with Inovo, a Trump campaign lawyer ...
  • Canadian Press NewsAlert:Greens win three seats in British Columbia election

    Economy

    Liberal party and the B.C. Green party and disaffected conservatives and others in the community", he said. Throughout the campaign, Olsen noted it was the support he received that helped him get through it. Negative ads and attacks between the NDP and the Liberals over political fundraising laws that place no limits on corporate and union donations have also been a prime part of the political debate.
  • Senate panel subpoenas Flynn for Russia-related documents

    Senate panel subpoenas Flynn for Russia-related documents

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    Flynn, who was sacked from his White House position after lying about December phone calls he had with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, is under investigation in Congress, the FBI and the Pentagon over his dealings with Russians dating back to late 2005.
  • Ronaldo double helps Zidane's men to within a point of LaLiga title

    Ronaldo double helps Zidane's men to within a point of LaLiga title

    Economy

    After Celta cut the lead to 2-1 through John Guidetti in the 69th minute, Karim Benzema put it away with a tap-in a minute later and Toni Kroos scored in the final minutes as Real departed Vigo with a fantastic result . 75th min: The moment Ronaldo should have sealed his hat-trick. "We have to keep going until the end". This reinvented Ronaldo doesn't quite get the pulses racing the way he did ten years ago, but he's arguably even more risky at present.
  • Ashes boycott unlikely to happen says Australia coach Darren Lehmann

    Ashes boycott unlikely to happen says Australia coach Darren Lehmann

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    Even though he has had a strong campaign in the star-studded tournament, Lehmann pointed out that the 27-year-old isn't guaranteed a spot in the playing XI, especially as Australia have a number of players like Travis Head, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis and Moises Henriques, who can all contribute with both the bat and ball.
  • France's new president in Berlin after naming prime minister

    France's new president in Berlin after naming prime minister

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    He is close to Alain Juppe, a former prime minister who campaigned for the French presidency, but was beaten in a primary. Appearing at a handover ceremony with outgoing Socialist prime minister Bernard Cazeneuve, who is also from Normandy, Philippe joked that Normans were "aggressively moderate" as well as "conquerors".
  • Jury finds white cop not guilty in shooting

    Economy

    In this September 16, 2016, image made from video provided by police, Terence Crutcher, left, with his arms held up, is pursued by police officers as he walks next to his stalled SUV moments before he was shot and killed by one of the officers in Tulsa, Oklahoma.