• Calm before the storm? North Korea still mum on Trump summit

    Calm before the storm? North Korea still mum on Trump summit

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    The brutal regime murdered Kim Jong Nam, the half-brother of Kim Jong Un , in 2017 by spraying VX nerve gas into his face in a Malaysian airport. They have made promises to denuclearize. And there's plenty to talk about. Chung had spoken to Yang Jiechi, China's top diplomat, for three hours prior to meeting Mr Xi, the South Koreans said.
  • Counter-terror police investigate 'unexplained' death

    Counter-terror police investigate 'unexplained' death

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    British police confirmed the death of "a man" at a residential address in Clarence Avenue, New Malden in London , and his family members were informed, giving no details of the deceased person's identity. Russian media said he was granted political asylum in Britain in 2010. Berezovsky had been an early ally of Putin - but their relationship changed drastically, culminating in the tycoon leaving Russian Federation and being locked in a multi-billion-dollar legal battle with another oligarch, ...
  • Turkish Armed Forces Now Less Than Mile Away From Syria's Afrin

    Turkish Armed Forces Now Less Than Mile Away From Syria's Afrin

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    It is part of the wider territory known as Rojava, held by Kurds and their allies. Over the last 48 hours, Afrin city has reportedly been targeted by Turkish air strikes, the water has been cut off, and the internet severed. Because of possible links with the PKK , Turkey has categorized Syria's Kurdhish militia as a "terrorist organization" and vows to act accordingly against it.
  • Syria Army Discovers Chemical Weapons Workshop in Ghouta

    Syria Army Discovers Chemical Weapons Workshop in Ghouta

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    The agreement would offer safe passage to rebels and civilians who wanted to leave and the town would come under government control. "This is a debate we will have in the coming hours at the United Nations, where it will be shown that the concessions on the ground from Russian Federation, but first and foremost the Syrian regime and its Iranian allies, are insufficient", Macron said.
  • Meghan Markle carries out first royal engagement with British Queen Elizabeth

    Meghan Markle carries out first royal engagement with British Queen Elizabeth

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    During her visit to Birmingham with Prince Harry on Thursday, Meghan was seen showing off a delicate diamond bracelet, worn on her left wrist, which is widely believed to be a baptism gift. Meghan's white beret was designed by Stephen Jones , a favorite milliner of Princess Diana, who wore a black beret designed by him in 1982. The US actress is set to marry Harry on the grounds of Windsor Castle on May 19.
  • 11 killed in Turkish plane crash

    11 killed in Turkish plane crash

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    The aviation agency said six of the eight passengers were Turkish citizens and the other two Spanish. According to the Turkish Transport Ministry the plane belonged to wealthy Turkish businessman Huseyin Basaran, whose daughter and her friends were among the 11 people killed.
  • Goldman exec eyed as possible CEO is leaving

    Goldman exec eyed as possible CEO is leaving

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    Goldman Sachs Group (GS ) announced Monday morning that its President and Co-Chief Operating Officer, Harvey Schwartz , has chose to retire effective April 20, 2018. investment bank. "The future of Goldman Sachs is going to be on the advisory side of investment banking, customer services, new market opportunities like retail banking and taking their capital and making principal investments or loans", said Ken Leon, an analyst at CFRA Research.
  • Deterrence and diplomacy are the only options for North Korea

    Deterrence and diplomacy are the only options for North Korea

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    President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un . The two Koreas intend to hold a summit next month, with a meeting between USA and North Korean leaders expected to follow. But the uncertainty still lingers over plans for the first-ever meeting of a serving US president and a North Korean leader. "We are very grateful to China for its consistent position", he said.
  • US Arms Exports Surge Amid Growing Middle East, Asian Demand

    US Arms Exports Surge Amid Growing Middle East, Asian Demand

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    The US, which is the world's biggest exporter, increased its sales between those two periods by 25 per cent, according to the Sipri report . Despite its continuing tensions with India and ongoing internal conflicts, Pakistan's arms imports decreased by 36 per cent between 2008-12 and 2013-17.