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The missiles were fired from Kusong, located in northwestern North Korea , and they traveled about 260 miles toward the east, the Yonhap News Agency reported . In late 2017, tensions sky-rocketed after North Korea tested a ballistic missile capable of striking the mainland United States, while Kim and Trump engaged in a cross-Pacific war of words.
  • Mujahid: Malaysia condemns Israeli attacks in Gaza | Malaysia

    Mujahid: Malaysia condemns Israeli attacks in Gaza | Malaysia

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    Hostilities appear to have ceased , amid reports that a ceasefire deal was agreed between Israel and Hamas through intermediaries in Cairo. An Islamic Jihad official told AFP that the ceasefire was based on Israel easing restrictions on the Gaza strip , including easing limits on fishing and improvements in Gaza's electricity and fuel situation.
  • Boeing admits knowing of 737 Max problem

    Boeing admits knowing of 737 Max problem

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    Boeing believed it had made the alarm a standard feature, but later discovered it was only provided to airlines which purchased it as an optional extra. Boeing's disclosure on Sunday, however, raised fresh questions about the company's candor with regulators and airline customers. The FAA statement then adds: "However, Boeing's timely or earlier communication with the operators would have have helped to reduce or eliminate possible confusion".
  • United Nations office hails Myanmar journalists' release, with a caveat

    United Nations office hails Myanmar journalists' release, with a caveat

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    Two Reuters journalists who were imprisoned for breaking Myanmar's Official Secrets Act over reporting on security forces' abuses of Rohingya Muslims were pardoned and released Tuesday. "We took the letters into consideration and released them in the interest of the country", Zaw Htay told reporters . The Reuters bureau chief suggested he bring a second reporter along - Kyaw Soe Oo , a new hire visiting from Rakhine.
  • Treasury Secretary Mnuchin rejects Democrats' demand for President Trump's taxes

    Treasury Secretary Mnuchin rejects Democrats' demand for President Trump's taxes

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    Neal, a Democrat, made the original request for Trump's taxes April 3 under an IRS provision that states Treasury "shall" turn over "any return or return information" requested by certain committees, including Ways and Means. "What's unprecedented is a Justice Department that again sees its role as being bodyguard to the executive and not the rule of law", said Rep. Bill Pascrell, D-N.J.
  • Suspects in custody after ‘multiple students’ injured in Denver school shooting

    Suspects in custody after ‘multiple students’ injured in Denver school shooting

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    A school official called authorities to report that shots were fired, she said . " This is still an active shooter situation ", she said. Nicholson-Kluth said she believes the shooting started in the middle school. "The heart of all Colorado is with the victims & their families", Polis said. Police are now searching the school classroom by classroom for the " tentative " third suspect.
  • Royal baby visited by Prince Philip and the Queen

    Royal baby visited by Prince Philip and the Queen

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    While we are speculating, there is a possibility that such an honour could be bestowed upon Canadian Jessica Mulroney and her husband, Ben. A source told Page Six that Priyanka was "crushed", which is why she skipped Meghan's baby shower in NY.
  • Michael Cohen Starts Sentence At Area Prison Called 'Castle Behind Bars'

    Michael Cohen Starts Sentence At Area Prison Called 'Castle Behind Bars'

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    In an apparent swipe at President Trump, Cohen also said, "I hope that when I rejoin my family and friends that the country will be in place without xenophobia, injustice and lies at helm of our country". Cohen has no problem with delay: The start of his prison sentence was delayed by two months so that he could testify before Congress and he sought another delay by offering to help congressional Dems decipher documents of his that they've collected .
  • Boeing knew about 737 Max problems before crash, did nothing

    Boeing knew about 737 Max problems before crash, did nothing

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    It is not clear whether having the warning light would have prevented either the Lion Air crash or the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines MAX near Addis Ababa . The jet maker's latest disclosure raises further questions about the extent of its transparency and certification process of the troubled 737 Max. Pilots were unable to regain control of either plane, and both crashed, killing 346 people total .
  • Trump vows new tariff hike on Chinese goods

    Trump vows new tariff hike on Chinese goods

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    Futures on the S&P 500 Index sank as much as 2.2 per cent, signaling a punishing start to the week on Wall Street, while European stocks slid and Chinese equities plunged. Such a move could cause further pain and disruption to the Chinese economy, and probably trigger retaliatory action by Beijing . Tom Orlik, chief economist at Bloomberg Economics, said: "It's possible talks are breaking down, with China offering insufficient concessions, and an increase in tariffs a genuine prospect".