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And Putin, who US intelligence agencies say tried to help Trump get elected, insisted that relations with the USA had only gone downhill since Trump took office in January. Putin had even honored Tillerson with a friendship award. Russian Federation imposed its veto as US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said after talks in Moscow that there was a "low level of trust" between the United States and Russian Federation.
  • China `Working With Us' on North Korean Issue

    China `Working With Us' on North Korean Issue

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    Still, former White House officials are raising eyebrows at Trump's move and insisting there is a reason why successive Democrat and Republican administrations have kept the issues of trade and North Korea separate in diplomacy with China. and Chinese interests in preventing war on the Korean peninsula, United States officials have also avoided getting dragged into making other concessions - like recognizing China's territorial claims to Taiwan - in order to win China's full support on ...
  • Severe storms possible Wednesday across central Ohio

    Severe storms possible Wednesday across central Ohio

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    A tornado emergency was issued for Webster and Sumter Counties in Georgia earlier Wednesday . The greatest threats with Thursday morning's storms is severe thunderstorms with strong, damaging winds , hail, and intense lightning. The weather service issued tornado watches for a broad area stretching from the Florida Panhandle up into Indiana. The threat for severe weather diminishes late tonight but showers hang around the mountains.
  • Arvinder Lovely, Amit Malik join BJP ahead of MCD polls

    Arvinder Lovely, Amit Malik join BJP ahead of MCD polls

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    Maken said the party is committed to make all the three corporations self-dependent in two years after coming to power through revenue generation from different areas including annual collections of Rs 500 crore from licence fees from vendors, Rs 1,600 crore from toll tax, utilisation of unused land and outdoor advertising.
  • North Korea fails missile launch

    North Korea fails missile launch

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    Pyongyang launched the missile hours before Pence arrived in Seoul for talks on curbing the North's weapons programmes as fears grow that it is planning another nuclear weapon test. China, Pyongyang's sole major ally, has warned that the tensions must be stopped from reaching an "irreversible and unmanageable stage". The Japanese government lodged a protest with North Korea on Sunday over the test-firing of a ballistic missile by the country earlier in the day, saying it was in clear ...
  • USA urges Turkey to respect all views after referendum

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    Many "No" voters saw the referendum as a power-hungry leader's attempt to cement his position. Meanwhile, flag-waving supporters of Erdogan celebrated as their President praised them for their "historic decision" that could keep him in office until 2029.
  • Pence Admits Syria, Afghanistan Props Against North Korea

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    Pence said the U.S. would "abandon the failed policy of strategic patience " with North Korea but would redouble efforts to bring diplomatic and economic pressure to peacefully decrease tensions. While China is North Korea's biggest economic lifeline, relations have been frosty and Beijing has a couple of times expressed frustration with Pyongyang.
  • Mike Pence 'America First' trade policy focus of Japan trip

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    Vice President Mike Pence said on a visit to South Korea today that the US "era of strategic patience is over" regarding North Korea and its nuclear and ballistic missile program. US Vice President Mike Pence has told business leaders in Seoul that the Trump administration will review and reform the five-year-old free trade agreement between the two countries.
  • Trump congratulates Turkey's Erdogan on referendum win

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    Kempf said Tuesday that Turkey "needs a strong business partner in Europe that supports the further economic development of the country". London [U.K.], April 18 (ANI): Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday rejected the criticism by global monitors of a referendum, which would see the country switch from the Parliamentary to the Presidential system.