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In an interview with " CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell, South Korean President Moon Jae-in said that North Korea must bear "heavy responsibility" for Warmbier's death. The U.S. State Department said on June 20 that Washington holds Pyongyang accountable for its treatment of Warmbier, and urged North Korea to free three other U.S.
  • Facebook has a new mission

    Facebook has a new mission

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    Mark Zuckerberg has announced a new mission statement for Facebook . Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) CEO Mark Zuckerberg stated on Thursday, June 22 that the company is very close to achieving two billion users. Virtual communities "can fill a fundamental need we have for a sense of belonging, much like eating or sleeping", said Anita Blanchard, a University of North Carolina at Charlotte professor of psychology who has been studying them for 20 years.
  • Dennis Rodman Catches Crazy From Kim Jong

    Dennis Rodman Catches Crazy From Kim Jong

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    It's unclear if he and Kim will meet in person On January 5, 2014 -Dennis Rodman named a team of former NBA players to participate in an exhibition basketball game in Pyongyang, North Korea. Emotions - both of a "wtf" and serious nature - ran high, and the former National Basketball Association star talked a lot about late ex-detainee Otto Warmbier .
  • Trump Slams Obama for Not Stopping Russia From Meddling With Election

    Trump Slams Obama for Not Stopping Russia From Meddling With Election

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    An official with the US Homeland Security says Russian hackers targeted 21 election systems in different US states during the 2016 race, which yielded President Donald Trump . Noting that Russia's overall goal was to shake confidence in the United States' ability to have an election, Earnest said it would have been "irresponsible" for the administration to have taken more active public steps expressing worry about Russia's actions.
  • Captain (r) Safdar appears before Panama JIT

    Captain (r) Safdar appears before Panama JIT

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    The PPP leader said that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan was taking credit of the ongoing investigations, but he might have forgotten that it was Rehman Malik who had "prepared the pitch for this match back in the 1990s". Rehman Malik is now a member of the Senate for the second time in a row from the PPP-Parliamentarians. Senator Rehman Malik on Friday appeared before the Panama papers case Joint Investigation Team (JIT) to record his statement.
  • New Zealand vs Portugal: how and where to watch

    New Zealand vs Portugal: how and where to watch

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    Juan Carlos Osorio decided to make eight changes from the first game to the game against New Zealand. "About tomorrow's match ― we will play how we need to ― but the most important thing will be to win", Cherchesov told reporters. Cristiano Ronaldo brushed aside his off-field problems by scoring the victor as Portugal edged out hosts Russian Federation 1-0 at the Confederations Cup on Wednesday, before Oribe Peralta gave Mexico a come-from-behind 2-1 win over New Zealand .
  • White House says hopeful healthcare reform to be completed by August

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    Considering it a service to journalism and an open press or whatever, CNN is letting other news agencies use the sketches, so here it is. Half of Americans said coverage of Trump and Russian Federation has been irresponsible or overdramatized; 46 percent characterized coverage as either responsible too restrained.
  • Catalonia: Pep Guardiola joins independence rally in Barcelona

    Catalonia: Pep Guardiola joins independence rally in Barcelona

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    Among the protesters was Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola, who called for Catalans to vote in the October 1 referendum, El Pais reported. "We call on all democracies in Europe and around the world to stand by us in defending the rights under threat in Catalonia, such as freedom of political expression and the right to vote to face up to the abuses of an authoritarian state".
  • Ronaldo ready to pay 14.7 million in Spanish tax fraud case

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    But will he leave Real Madrid? Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo was recently alleged to have defrauded the authorities of £13m of tax between 2011-2014. The case relates to the 29-year-old's image rights in 2012 and 2013, and he has agreed to repay £1.14million as well as a 60% fine. Prosecutors have accused the Portuguese of defrauding Spanish authorities of €3.3m (£2.9m; $3.6m) in taxes between 2011 and 2012.
  • Modi arrives in the USA on Saturday

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    The two leaders will give a further push towards strengthening the strategic bilateral relationship. Manufacturers are watching closely and pressing for a dialogue that centers on promoting economic growth and reforms that will lead to tangible and lasting improvements to India's challenging business environment.
  • GOP winning streak continues in Georgia

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    Republican Handel beat Democrat Ossoff to win a high-stakes, high-cost Georgia race that Hollywood tried passionately to sway left on Tuesday night. BENNETT: It's a criticism rooted in generational angst about the future of the Democratic Party and its leaders. UNIDENTIFIED MAN: Ossoff lived and worked with the liberals in Washington .
  • Britain Starts Brexit Talks With a Whimper, Not a Bang

    Britain Starts Brexit Talks With a Whimper, Not a Bang

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    The other 27 European Union states will also hear a report from chief negotiator Michel Barnier on his talks with David Davis earlier this week. "In order to work on this subject we need to be enlightened more on the nature of future relations which obviously will have repercussions for the content and the dimensions of such transition periods", Barnier said.