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Kim Jong-un's initial words after meeting Trump were appreciated by the latter which proved that the interpreters did it correctly and the world would hope that they do their duties best throughout the all important day, i.e., June 12. "We have the responsibility and obligation to play role in making the transition from treaty to peace mechanism and continue to take part in this process and make contributions in realising denuclearisation in upholding the peace stability of Korean Peninsula", ...
  • Grandmother arrested after driving with kids in dog kennels, police say

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    Leimome Cheeks will be arraigned Monday on child endangerment charges. Neighbors vouched for Cheeks and said they did not think she intentionally did anything wrong. Cheeks is being charged with child endangerment , while police and Child Services continue their investigations. The incident was filmed on cell phone on Saturday by a man who happened to drive pass as the children were exiting from the vehicle.
  • North Korea talks not a one-off: minister

    North Korea talks not a one-off: minister

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    Sanders said there has been no change in what Trump has described as a "maximum pressure" campaign on the North Korean regime. North Korea's state media Korea Central News Agency criticized Abe and other Japanese officials for insisting on pressuring the North.
  • Supreme Court Upholds Ohio's Purge of Voting Rolls

    Supreme Court Upholds Ohio's Purge of Voting Rolls

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    More than half the voters in OH fail to cast a ballot over a two-year period, the group said , and those who receive the state's notices simply throw them away. And thus Ohio's program for maintaining voter rolls is legal. "States may use whatever trigger they think best", to trigger the voter removal process, including the failure to vote.
  • Why Trump's combative trade stance toward allies poses risks

    Why Trump's combative trade stance toward allies poses risks

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    Trump also took aim at Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and said he might double down on import tariffs by hitting the sensitive automobile industry, throwing G7 efforts to show a united front into disarray. "Canada has already raised cases at the WTO and at NAFTA, and we will retaliate", she said. The EU has "a $151 billion surplus" which it should use to fund "military", said Trump Monday, referencing what Trump believes is the US' outsized financial contribution to North ...
  • Who will be in the room when Trump meets Kim Jong

    Who will be in the room when Trump meets Kim Jong

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    The official media has reported that the two leaders plan to meet, but has offered few specifics, including where and when. Olivia Enos, policy analyst with the Asian Studies Center at The Heritage Foundation in Washington, said "a successful summit would move beyond mere statements about denuclearisation".
  • China’s Xi backs nuclear deal in talks with Iran leader

    China’s Xi backs nuclear deal in talks with Iran leader

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    The Kremlin has complained that efforts to organize the meeting seem frozen. Both Trump and Conte were clear that they want Russian Federation to be readmitted to the Group, despite Moscow's refusal to withdraw its occupation forces from Crimea - which it forcibly annexed from Ukraine in 2014 - and eastern Ukraine, where Russia's armed forces and their local proxies continue to fight a war that has killed almost 11,000 people in just over four years.
  • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to visit Australia, Fiji

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to visit Australia, Fiji

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    So, understandably, it's no surprise that the Duchess was nervous - which she apparently admitted to being, according to one lip-reader, speaking to the Mirror . The picture shows a young Harry, on his sixth birthday, putting his hand over two-year-old Beatrice's mouth as they watched the Battle of Britain 50th Anniversary Parade almost 30 years ago.
  • Hurricane Aletta grows to Category 4

    Hurricane Aletta grows to Category 4

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    National Hurricane Center (NHC), said Aletta's maximum sustained winds have increased to 220 kilometers (140 miles) per hour. It could grow into a Category 4 sometime Friday. The Eastern Pacific hurricane season runs from May 15 through November 30, with peak activity from July through September. Jonathan Erdman is a senior meteorologist at weather.com and has been an incurable weather geek since a tornado narrowly missed his childhood home in Wisconsin at age 7.
  • Trump Aide Larry Kudlow Calls Justin Trudeau Trade Comments A 'Betrayal'

    Trump Aide Larry Kudlow Calls Justin Trudeau Trade Comments A 'Betrayal'

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    Speaking in a solo press conference from the resort town of La Malbaie in Quebec, the president said that for too long, US trade has suffered from "bad" trade deals agreed to by past USA presidents. In another, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau can be seen standing behind the U.S. President, smiling, with Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland at his side.
  • Search teams find body of woman attacked by alligator in Florida

    Search teams find body of woman attacked by alligator in Florida

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    Police therefore are operating under the theory that the woman was grabbed by a gator . A witness says he saw the woman walking her two dogs and later saw the dogs barking near the water, but did not see the woman again. The couple lives in Plantation and visit the park occasionally. "It could have been one of us", said Patricia Ramsaran. Alligators are synonymous with Florida with more than one million in the state.