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Under the clear sky and to the sound of the military band, dozens of military vehicles and an entire army of soldiers passed through the country's biggest square named in honor of Kim Il-sung, whose 105th birthday is being celebrated on Saturday.
  • Afghans: US bomb killed three dozen in IS

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    The Islamic State group has denied suffering any casualties, issuing a statement through its propaganda agency Amaq, saying: "Security source to Amaq agency denies any dead or wounded from yesterday's American strike in Nangarhar using a GBU-43/B".
  • Trump White House to keep visitor logs private

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    Administration officials said on condition of anonymity that although Mr. Obama's administration "claimed to be transparent, it openly admitted to only disclosing White House visitor logs on a case by case basis, and went to great lengths to avoid disclosure".
  • Russia, Syria and Iran warn U.S. against further strikes

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    During the meeting, Lavrov doubled down on Russia's support for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, repeating denials that Assad's government was to blame for the gas attack last week and adding a new theory that the attack may have been faked by Assad's enemies.
  • North Korea says USA strikes on Syria justifies its own nuclear program

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    U.S. Navy ships are a common presence in the Korean Peninsula region and serve in part as a show of force. North Korea last week conducted a ballistic missile test in spite of U.N. Pacific Command ordered the ships to sail north instead. The North Korean congress is being held at a time of tension marked by the USA decision to dispatch the USS Carl Vinson to waters off the Korean peninsula in response to the latest missile provocations on April 5.
  • Ordered Syria missile strike during dessert with Chinese President

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    Trump praised the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Wednesday in joint remarks he made with the organization's secretary, General Jens Stoltenberg. "We can't reverse history". The Treasury Department is due to release a report on currency manipulation soon, according to the Washington Post, and experts have noticed that China is intervening to raise the value of its currency, not to suppress it.
  • India Calls Off Maritime Security Talks With Pakistan on Kulbhushan Jadhav Issue

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    On one hand, Indian High Commission claimed that the charge sheet can be granted under worldwide law but on the other hand Janjua argued that consular access can't be granted in a case of espionage. On 15 April, Pakistan's Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Police claimed to have arrested three suspected agents of India's Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) who were allegedly involved in anti-state activities, including the bombing of a police station in the town of Abbaspur on September 27 a year ago.
  • US Masters 2017: Scott Gregory puts faith in YouTube Augusta preparations

    US Masters 2017: Scott Gregory puts faith in YouTube Augusta preparations

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    Former champion Jordan Spieth made light of last year's dramatic collapse as he stepped up his preparations ahead of the Masters. Is it because it's the first one of the year? "Hey, it's tough out there, but I'm enjoying the ride". 10 in 2012, and the place in the pine straw at No. 13 where Phil Mickelson threaded the trees en route to his 2010 victory. Willet carded a 5-under-par 67 to join golf's most exclusive club.