• Moon returns home after North Korea trip

    Moon returns home after North Korea trip

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    Kim also wants a second summit with U.S. President Donald Trump as soon as possible. This week, the Korean leaders advanced the preliminary denuclearization agreements made in Kim and Moon's first two meetings and Trump's Singapore summit , with Kim promising to destroy his government's nuclear missile facilities in Yongbyon, north of Pyongyang, under the watchful eye of external experts.
  • Trump to declassify documents on Russian Federation investigation

    Trump to declassify documents on Russian Federation investigation

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    Trump also ordered the DOJ to release fully unredacted text messages "related to the Russian Federation investigation" from former officials he's continually lambasted given their connections to the investigation, including FBI Director James Comey , former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, former FBI agent Peter Strzok , former FBI lawyer Lisa Page and Bruce Ohr, a current Justice Department official.
  • North Korea ‘maintaining nuclear weapons programme’ - United Nations envoy

    North Korea ‘maintaining nuclear weapons programme’ - United Nations envoy

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    The United States blocked the release of the report on the implementation of sanctions in protest at the changes in the latest version. "Sanctions can not replace diplomacy ". Pompeo added that the United States was continuing to have "many conversations" with the North Koreans about "how to effectuate achieving all of the commitments made" at a June 12 summit between Trump and Kim Jong Un , the North Korean leader.
  • More than 60 dead as Mangkhut continues into southern China

    More than 60 dead as Mangkhut continues into southern China

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    The Guangdong provincial office in charge of flood prevention said Sunday that almost half a million people had been evacuated from seven cities. Mangkhut is the sixth storm to threaten Vietnamese waters this year. He expressed sadness that the villagers, many of them poor, had few options to survive in a region where big corporations have profited immensely from gold mines.
  • Kavanaugh accuser demands FBI investigation before she testifies at hearing next week

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    Ford's lawyers said on Tuesday she would not appear before the Senate until after the FBI investigates the allegations. Republicans had also displayed no willingness to delay a Judiciary panel vote that Grassley had planned for this Thursday to advance the nomination, setting the stage for full Senate confirmation of Kavanaugh by month's end, in time for the new Supreme Court session.
  • Triple talaq or instant divorce now a criminal offence

    Triple talaq or instant divorce now a criminal offence

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    However, the amended triple talaq bill provides for additional safeguards, including a provision for bail to an accused before the start of the trial. In a non-bailable offence, bail can not be granted by police at the police station itself. However, gender justice was given a complete go-by in a secular country like India because of blatant vote-bank politics.
  • Australia searches for culprit hiding sewing needles in strawberries

    Australia searches for culprit hiding sewing needles in strawberries

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    Chantal Faugeras made the discovery, which comes after five confirmed contamination cases in Queensland and Victoria, when her 10-year-old daughter bit down onto the sharp piece of metal inside a strawberry on Wednesday. They found three pins in total. The brands were being sold in New South Wales, Queensland, the ACT, Victoria and Tasmania. Authorities are liasing with retailes to ensure all stock is removed from sale to prevent any further incidents.