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Mike Pence looks across to the north side of the border on April 17. Washington has voiced concern over Pyongyang's tests, but the North says such launches are an act of deterrence against a potential invasion by the USA or South Korea.
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    Pushing her walker, Karin Arlin, 85, a Holocaust survivor who came to the US from Germany when she was 9, said she's also anxious about the direction of the country. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer). Demonstrators participate in a march and rally to demand President Donald Trump release his tax returns, Saturday, April 15, 2017 , in NY.
  • Pence to open Asian trip amid tensions with N. Korea

    Pence to open Asian trip amid tensions with N. Korea

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    Pacific Command says in an emailed statement. Pence said North Korea's "provocation" was another reminder of the risks that USA and South Korean service members face every day "in the defense of the freedom of the people of South Korea and the defense of America in this part of the world".
  • Merkel Calls on Erdogan to Open Talks in 'Deeply Split' Turkey

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    Turkey's Prime Minister last night declared a victory based on unofficial results for backers of a referendum to greatly expand the powers of the country's President. It sets a limit of two five-year terms for presidents, and also allows the president to remain at the helm of a political party. With 98 per cent of the votes counted many now fear Erdogan has been given permission to shape Parliament to his wishes.
  • Donald Trump says on Twitter 'things will work out fine' with Russian Federation

    Donald Trump says on Twitter 'things will work out fine' with Russian Federation

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    Just yesterday, Russian Federation used its veto power at the UN Security Council to block a resolution condemning the sarin gas attack in Syria's Idlib province. 'We'll see the end result, which will be in a long period of time perhaps. After talks and a slice of chocolate cake at Mar-a-Lago, China's Xi Jinping was no longer responsible for the "rape" of the USA economy.
  • Fox investigating sexual harassment claim against Bill O'Reilly

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    O'Reilly said that he was targeted with allegations and lawsuits because of his celebrity. So far, Fox News has made it clear that they have no real interest in punishing O'Reilly for his criminal activity. And now the Times reports that 21st Century Fox has escalated O'Reilly's alleged antics to a Biglaw investigation , with Paul, Weiss coming on board to investigate at least one of the sexual harassment allegations against the host.
  • Foreign Office concern at North Korea missile test bid

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    U.S. Vice President Mike Pence arrived in South Korea on Sunday to begin a 10-day trip to Asia that comes amid turmoil on the Korean Peninsula over North Korea's threats to advance its nuclear and defense capabilities, and just after a failed missile launch by the North.
  • Trade and security must be linked in European Union talks: Sir Michael Fallon

    Trade and security must be linked in European Union talks: Sir Michael Fallon

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    It comes after Lord Howard suggested that Britain should "go to war" over Gibraltar , in a similar vein to Margaret Thatcher's reaction to the Falklands conflict with Argentina. The British government triggered Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty and started official Brexit negotiations on March 29. Spanish foreign minister Alfonso Dastis criticised Lord Howard's comments, saying: "Comparing Gibraltar with the Falklands is taking things out of context".
  • Trump responds to Syrian chemical attack

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    Moscow and Washington had also agreed to continue cooperating to try to find a political solution for Syria, he said. The deal was suspended after U.S. At one point, Lavrov also pushed back at the US intelligence community, which has reason to believe that Russian Federation interfered in USA elections.
  • Washington knew Pyongyang would test another ballistic missile

    Washington knew Pyongyang would test another ballistic missile

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    Hawaii time April 15". Despite warnings from multiple countries, North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un authorized a nuclear test this weekend. China, the North's sole major ally, and Russian Federation have both urged restraint, with Beijing's foreign minister Wang Yi warning Friday that "conflict could break out at any moment".