• US Vice President Flies to Seoul as Tensions in North Korea Flare

    US Vice President Flies to Seoul as Tensions in North Korea Flare

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    China banned imports of North Korean coal on February 26, cutting off its most important export. Despite those measures, "most analysts agree that U.S. Pence will land in Seoul the day after North Korea's biggest national day, the "Day of the Sun". There have been no official negotiations for seven years.
  • Arkansas Attorney General Works to Dismantle Roadblocks to Executions

    Arkansas Attorney General Works to Dismantle Roadblocks to Executions

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    Court orders have stopped Arkansas from executing eight men by lethal injection in 11 days, ruling that one of the drugs used could result in the killings being cruel and unusual punishment. "To protect the integrity of the judicial system this court has a duty to ensure that all are given a fair and impartial tribunal", the court said in its two-page order.
  • Pence reassures Japan of United States resolve against North Korea

    Pence reassures Japan of United States resolve against North Korea

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    The Trump administration has said military action remains an option for dealing with North Korea. Pence warned North Korea to not test the resolve of the United States "or the strength of our military forces". The US and South Korea have activated the Terminal High Altitude Area Defence (THAAD) system, which is capable of intercepting incoming warheads from North Korea.
  • Former South Korean President Park Indicted on Bribery Charges

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    But Lotte chairman Shin Dong-bin did give another W7 billion to the K-Sports Foundation early past year, allegedly in return for lucrative duty-free licenses. The former president reportedly denied all the charges during her five rounds of questioning in jail. In return, the Samsung heir was charged with receiving illicit assistance to inherit the management control of the country's biggest conglomerate from his ailing father Chairman Lee Kun-hee who has been hospitalized for nearly three years.
  • North Korea Should Not 'Test Trump's Resolve': US Vice President Mike Pence

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    U.S. Vice President Mike Pence visits the border village of Panmunjom which has separated the two Koreas since the Korean War, South Korea, Monday, April 17, 2017, a day after the North conducted a failed missile launch. In Tokyo, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, speaking to a parliamentary session Monday, said: "Needless to say, diplomatic effort is important to maintain peace".
  • Arkansas inmate has last meal as courts decide fate

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    The lawyer would have to leave the room to use the telephone if he or she needed to file a petition during the execution, leaving inmates without counsel present, Baker said . constitutional protections against cruel and unusual punishment. The unprecedented pace at which Arkansas will put the seven men to death has drawn worldwide attention.
  • Trump called Turkey's Erdogan to congratulate him on referendum win - Turkish sources

    Trump called Turkey's Erdogan to congratulate him on referendum win - Turkish sources

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    Turkish opposition parties have called for the referendum to be annulled, official results will be released. The nine-month state of emergency in Turkey is set to extend following the referendum win. Their primary complaint was that ballots are required by law to have the stamp of the Supreme Board of Elections to be valid, but the board decreed midway through the voting that unstamped papers were valid unless there was clear evidence of fraud.
  • Colbert talks about Steve Bannon's "cuck" comment about Jared Kushner

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    TRUNEWS host Rick Wiles said Friday that last nights actions in Syria, the demotion of Bannon from his NSC position, the resignation of House Intel Committee Chairman Devin Nunes from the Russian Federation election probe, and the rumor that Preibus and Bannon may lose their White House positions, shows that the Neocon Deep State aligned with Kushner and Ivanka's globalist Oval Office faction have "taken over" the Trump administration.
  • Russia Warns US against Unilateral Strike on N.Korea: 'Very Risky Path'

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    Pence warned North Korea not to test the resolve of the United States "or the strength of our military forces". "Our hope is that we can resolve this issue peaceably". policy and Pence's visit to the DMZ into a long series of criticisms of the United States. "Strategic patience" as a policy has been rather vague and hard to define.