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On February 11, it reported it had successfully completed the launch of a new ballistic missile, the previously unknown Pukguksong-2, according to state media. No.That gives many of us pause, because he's not getting enough information about the way North Korea sees the actions he's taken. It also plans to keep tabs on the US trade deficit and monitor Washington's reviews of its other trade agreements.
  • Pence talks on trade in Japan overshadowed by threat of war

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    US Vice President Mike Pence visited South Korea this week, where he told CNN that President Donald Trump's administration would "abandon the failed policy of strategic patience" forged under former President Barack Obama, explaining that Washington meant to use economic and diplomatic tactics to deal with Pyongyang.
  • Trump to meet Palestinian President Abbas on May 3

    Trump to meet Palestinian President Abbas on May 3

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    Those same sources also warned that the U.S.is expected to demand an immediate end to the stream of fiscal support guaranteed to incarcerated or "martyred" Arab terrorists and their families by the Palestinian Authority government, and the transfer of funds to the Hamas government in Gaza.
  • Three killed in Fresno shooting spree, suspect arrested

    Three killed in Fresno shooting spree, suspect arrested

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    Public records list Muhammad as Cory Taylor and other aliases with addresses in Fresno and Sacramento. They include forgery, domestic violence, criminal threats and driving under the influence. Another victim was gunned down in the parking lot of a Catholic Charities building. Muhammad, 39, shot and missed a fourth man before surrendering to police and once on the ground again called out "Allahu Akbar".
  • Trump on North Korea: Kim 'gotta behave'

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    Trump made the off-the-cuff comment to a CNN reporter after kicking off the 139th annual Easter egg roll with First Lady Melania Trump. Mr Kim called the news conference to "categorically reject" the U.S. Meanwhile, China's once-thriving relationship with South Korea has hit the rocks over Beijing's strenuous objections to Seoul's deploying of an advanced US anti-missile system.
  • Russia Dispute Over Syria Continues

    Russia Dispute Over Syria Continues

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    Russia's hopes for a thaw in Russia-U.S. ties following Trump's election have been shattered by the congressional investigation into alleged ties between Trump's campaign associates and Russian Federation. Lavrov insisted that facts had yet to be determined and Putin accused the Trump administration of fabricating the evidence to create a fake confrontation.
  • MIAA, several institutions tabbed to host national championships

    MIAA, several institutions tabbed to host national championships

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    Buffalo last hosted the event in 2003. It will be the 13th time the UA has hosted the NCAA indoor championships and first time since 2015. The city's involvement in the NCAA Tournament is becoming less frequent. Providence College has always been active in pursuing NCAA Tournament action. Buffalo will be the site of the Frozen Four in 2019. The NCAA announced Tuesday that it had selected host sites for championships in Divisions I, II and III from 2017-18 through 2021-22.
  • MPs back May's call for snap election

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    Speaking to the Sun , Mrs May revealed a concern that the May 2020 election date stipulated by the Fixed-Term Parliaments Act would leave her vulnerable to pressure from Brussels as she neared the end of the two-year withdrawal negotiations in March 2019.
  • VP Pence says to North Korea: 'The sword stands ready'

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    Tokyo - US President Donald Trump has hailed China for assisting the US in exerting pressure on North Korea. "If North Korea responds to military threats with further missile or nuclear tests, or a limited conventional strike against South Korea, President Trump may be forced to back up his strong words with military action or appear a paper tiger".
  • MP's back June UK election

    MP's back June UK election

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    Rather than Corbyn, the biggest challenge is likely to come from the Liberal Democrats, the pro-EU party that was nearly wiped out at the last election in 2015 after serving for five years in a coalition government led by May's predecessor.