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Mahatma Ghandi, who was instrumental in ending nearly 200 years of British rule in India , can be seen laughing alongside Louis Mountbatten, the last viceroy of India , in one of the photos. "Amazing, incredible feeling about my country, about my army ", said Phalguni Zaveri, who came from Mumbai with her husband Rahul to witness the parade.
  • Everything you need to know about the Great American Eclipse

    Everything you need to know about the Great American Eclipse

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    ABC 17 News is across the country, from OR, to mid-Missouri, and SC following the path of totality. However, you'll need to make sure you have proper glasses to protect your eyes. "The offers from sellers who provided this safety documentation remain available to customers", the representative said. Amazon did not say how many potentially fake glasses were bought or how many customers were affected.
  • North Korea war: How did we get here?

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    President Donald Trump warning he would unleash "fire and fury" on North Korea if it threatened the Unite States. Earlier, his ministry said in a written report to the committee that the South and the USA are ready to respond if the North carries out the Guam strike threat.
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    And Pompeo said he fully expected Kim to continue to oversee missile tests and seek to advance the North Korean nuclear program in an effort to shore up the country's ability to strike the mainland United States with a nuclear weapon . He said it would be better for all sides to start talks, adding that the Philippines is reiterating its appeal to the USA and North Korea to avoid issuing threats that can stir tensions.
  • North Korea says no talks on USA detainees

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    This week, an official Japanese report and a classified USA intelligence document, as reported by The Washington Post , combined to suggest that the North was closer to being able to strike the United States with a nuclear missile than previously believed.
  • Taliban writes Trump warning against U.S. troop increase

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    Afghanistan was invaded by the United States in 2001 and has become Washington's longest military intervention since Vietnam. "Moscow has never hastened withdrawal of the U.S. He added that Trump should take control of the US Afghan policy from the US military, and withdraw forces from the country rather than add to the number of troops occupying the country.
  • Guam sees North Korea tensions as easing

    Guam sees North Korea tensions as easing

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    On Saturday, some of Japan's land-based Patriot Advanced Capability-3 (PAC-3) missile interceptors began arriving at Japanese Self Defense Forces (SDF) bases in three of the four prefectures any North Korean missiles would likely fly over en route to Guam .
  • North Korea moving missiles, say US — HIGH ALERT

    North Korea moving missiles, say US — HIGH ALERT

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    Malacañang on Sunday called for restraint as the USA and North Korea continued to trade threats of nuclear attack. In a visit to Seoul on Monday, the chairman of the United States joint chiefs of staff, Gen Joseph Dunford, said Washington was relying primarily on economic and diplomatic means of dealing with North Korea .
  • Mattis, Tillerson Urge Diplomatic Solution to N. Korea

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    U.S. Defense Secretary General James Mattis said that the country's military is "ready" to counter the threat from North Korea. They added China should end its long running alliance and trade relationship with the dictatorship to put a stop to nuclear proliferation on the peninsula.
  • France's Macron speaks to Trump, warns over N. Korea escalation

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    In his first public appearance in about two weeks, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un inspected the command of the North's army on Monday, examining a plan to fire four missiles to land near the U.S. However, experts say Japan does not now have the capability to shoot down a missile flying over its territory headed for Guam. "I am quite confident that (North Korean leader Kim Jong Un) will continue to try to develop his missile program, so it wouldn't surprise me if there was another missile ...