• USA student freed by N. Korea has 'severe neurological injury'

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    Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson says there should be an investigation into what happened to an American college student who was imprisoned in North Korea and was returned to his home state of OH in a coma . "We don't believe anything they (the North Koreans) say", his father said. When asked whether President Obama could have done more, Fred Warmbier replied: "I think the results speak for themselves".
  • North Korea's neighbour launches 'defiant' missile capable of striking Pyongyang

    North Korea's neighbour launches 'defiant' missile capable of striking Pyongyang

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    The North also conducted two nuclear tests a year ago alone as it openly pursues a long-range nuclear missile that could reach the U.S. mainland. Moon's election as South Korea's new president had many in the two countries nervous as his liberal views on how to approach the provocative North seemed to differ from those held by President Trump, widely considered to be hawkish even among strong critics of the communist North.
  • India, Portugal sign new agreements in 'taxation'

    India, Portugal sign new agreements in 'taxation'

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    How fitting it is that just one week after Prime Minister Modi concludes his latest consultations in Washington he will land in Tel Aviv-the first visit by an Indian head of government to Israel. "India will look for reassurance that the Administration is committed for the longer term in Afghanistan and has a true interest in and strategy for maintaining stability".
  • Supporters Of Planned Parenthood Will

    Supporters Of Planned Parenthood Will "Pink The Night Out"

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    So you'd expect Gardner to be on board with the provision in Senate's Obamacare-replacement legislation that would remove federal funds for Planned Parenthood , just like the House version did. The Washington Post reported in 2015 that this figure is accurate but also misleading, since abortions cost more - and are more complicated - than other services Planned Parenthood provides.
  • Officials to discuss condition of officer stabbed at airport

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    Amor Ftouhi has been charged in the stabbing of an officer at the Flint airport, the Federal Bureau of Investigation said. The incident occurred on Wednesday morning at the MI airport. He has been charged with committing an act of violence in an global airport, which carries a penalty of 20 years behind bars. Acting U.S. Attorney Dan Lemisch says more charges are coming in the days ahead.
  • British Parliament hit by cyber attack hackers

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    Hackers attempted to break into the email accounts of MPs, lords, and staff in a cyberattack on British Parliament this weekend, USA Today reports. Part of the GCHQ spy agency, the National Cyber Security Centre was set up in October a year ago to tackle what the government believes is one of the biggest threats to British security.
  • U.S. military wounded in Afghanistan

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    The assault involved at least seven attackers, one of whom blew himself up at the entrance to the site in Gardez to clear the way for the others. Al Jazeera's Rob McBride, reporting from Afghanistan's capital, Kabul , said North Atlantic Treaty Organisation soldiers were training their Afghan counterparts at the base where the attack took place.
  • Trump does not intend to fire investigator Mueller - White House

    Trump does not intend to fire investigator Mueller - White House

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    Conaway, who is leading the House committee's investigation , told reporters Friday morning that Trump's tweet was not a sufficient response.Schiff said in a statement on Thursday that Trump's Twitter comment stopped short of denying that the White House had tapes or recordings and said the White House must respond in writing.
  • China avoids comment on plans to build big dam in PoK

    China avoids comment on plans to build big dam in PoK

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    Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif has welcomed the Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Saturday at the Islamabad airport. Wang also hailed Pakistan's important contribution to the worldwide counter terrorism cause as it is in the frontline of global fight against terror.