• Guardiola Misses Pressure Of Managing In Spain And Germany

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    Sergio Aguero threatened twice in the opening few minutes as City started at pace, first volleying a hard half-chance wide from Kevin De Bruyne's pass and then turning his defender and sending a low, angled shot spinning wide. "For our team it's always this process of improving and getting better and you saw that today". However, Manchester City's week begins at Wembley as they face Arsenal in the FA Cup semi-finals.
  • Pence meets with South Korea amidst North Korea failed missile launch

    Pence meets with South Korea amidst North Korea failed missile launch

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    Pence's remarks at an Easter Service with American troops based in South Korea came after North Korea launched a missile off its east coast. President Donald Trump had warned North Korea that a missile launch could provoke a response from the United States as American military continues to amass around the Korean peninsula.
  • China on US-North Korea Rift: 'Storm Clouds Gathering'

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    It has also fired numerous missiles, including a new intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBM), called the Pukguksong-2. A North Korean missile "blew up nearly immediately" on its test launch on Sunday, the U.S. "We've tried persuasion, it's failed, we've tried coercion, it's failed". Since inheriting power from his father Kim Jong-il in late 2011, Kim Jong-un has strengthened his power with a reign of terror.
  • Korea, but Pyongyang barely notices

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    The U.S. Navy sent a strike group to Korean waters last week, but defense officials have said tougher sanctions and pressure was still the favored approach to dealing with North Korea. The White House has said Trump has put the North "on notice". In a Saturday night statement, Secretary of Defense James Mattis said the following. President Donald Trump is asserting that China is working with the United States on "the North Korea problem".
  • Japan PM strongly urges North Korea to refrain from further provocative actions

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    U.S. Vice President Mike Pence speaks as his wife Karen Pence listens during a dinner with soldiers and family members after Easter Sunday church services at a military base in Seoul, South Korea, Sunday, April 16, 2017 . But US officials said the missile exploded seconds after it was sacked. "Japan will closely cooperate with the US and South Korea over North Korea and will call for China to take a bigger role", Abe told parliament.
  • Turnbull bowls final balls in India visit

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    Turnbull, who arrived in the country on Sunday, also said that Australia was looking forward to exporting uranium to India as soon as possible. Senator Simon Birmingham, Minister for Education & Training, Australia, during the event said that Australia will collaborate with India to build capacity of 400,000 Indian Trainers & Assessors over the next few years.
  • North Korea displays apparently new missiles as United States carrier group approaches

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    North Korean soldiers also rolled out what appeared to be another large rocket covered by a canister. Pence is travelling to South Korea to hold talks with the country's leadership. In response to the Day of the Sun parade, analysts expressed alarm at the size of the North Korean arsenal , and Kim Jong-un's ongoing push to achieve the country's professed goal of building a nuclear-armed missile.
  • Mike Pence Lands in South Korea After North's Failed Missile Launch

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    Pence said it was "particularly humbling" to be at Camp Bonifas, a US-led United Nations command post, mentioning his father's military service during the Korean War. "It's time for us to undertake all actions we can, short of a military option, to try to resolve this peacefully", he said on ABC's "This Week" program.
  • Tillerson says US missile strikes deliver message for others

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    The country's largest companies in these sectors, such as Citic Securities and China Life Insurance, have achieved enormous scale in the 15 years since the world's second-biggest economy joined the World Trade Organisation, making them formidable competitors for new entrants to the market.
  • Officials say Trump's approval wasn't needed to drop massive bomb

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    Inamullah Meyakhil, spokesman for the central hospital in eastern Nangarhar province, said the facility had received no dead or wounded from the attack. And former president Hamid Karzai accused the American military of using his country as a weapons testing ground. He said a clearance operation to assess the site of the attack was continuing.