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Trump's remarks come just a day after Trump's secretary of state, Rex Tillerson , affirmed in a letter to Congress that Iran was in compliance with the deal . Mr Trump has said that will not happen, and "all options are on the table" in dealing with Pyongyang. And he said the USA wanted to change course before Iran became a "second piece of evidence" for this.
  • Syria evacuees arrive in shelter near Aleppo

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    Body parts and the belongings of evacuees - including clothes, dishes and even televisions - were still strewn at the scene of the attack Sunday, an AFP correspondent said . Syria's Assad is an "arch-terrorist": British FM Meanwhile, British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said April 16 that al-Assad is an "arch-terrorist" and it is time Russian Federation realized he is "literally and metaphorically toxic".
  • USA reportedly considering shooting future North Korea missile tests

    USA reportedly considering shooting future North Korea missile tests

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    The alarming movement on the side of North Korea prompted the USA government, under the novice President Donald Trump, to also show force by sending troops near North Korea. The Chinese air force land-attack cruise missile-carrying bombers were being prepared to respond to potential hostilities involving North Korea, a U.S.
  • Dortmund bus attack suspect bet against the team

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    Three devices, containing pieces of metal, were detonated near to the bus carrying the Dortmund team to their stadium, Signal Iduna Park, for the Champions League quarter-final first-leg against AS Monaco on April 11. UEFA shouldn't have played BVB game Dortmund defender Marc Bartra was wounded by the blasts, with a decision taken to delay the fixture by 24 hours. A police officer accompanying the bus also suffered trauma from the blast.
  • Utah Rep. Jason Chaffetz won't run for re-election

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    In a Facebook announcement on Wednesday, he crowed that had he made a decision to run again, he'd handily beat any challenger. "I am healthy. I am confident I would continue to be re-elected by large margins", Chaffetz wrote preemptively.
  • 'Polls didn't think Trump would win, but he did...'

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    It's a choice between strong and stable leadership under the Conservatives, or weak and unstable coalition of chaos led by Jeremy Corbyn. The spokesman added: "Political punting is proving increasingly popular after we were bashed over Brexit, Donald Trump, and indeed rank outsider Corbyn's election as Labour leader".
  • Shooting On Paris' Champs Elysees Leaves 1 Police Officer Dead, 2 Wounded

    Shooting On Paris' Champs Elysees Leaves 1 Police Officer Dead, 2 Wounded

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    In a statement from its Amaq news agency, the group gave a pseudonym for the gunman, Abu Yusuf al-Beljiki, indicating he was Belgian or had lived in Belgium. The French interior ministry said it was too early to judge the reason behind the attack, but a counter-terrorism inquiry has been opened. A second police officer was shot and injured and the assailant was killed in the incident today.
  • 7 things to know about former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly

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    That's why I think it's important to give a lot of credit to [former Fox News anchor] Gretchen Carlson for coming out and really being the person who started this conversation. One current Fox News contributor who had stayed silent for months came forward Wednesday with complaints that O'Reilly had made inappropriate comments to her.
  • Hillary Clinton: Progress in LGBT rights may not be secure

    Hillary Clinton: Progress in LGBT rights may not be secure

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    In the months following her surprise election defeat, Democratic candidate and former secretary of state Hillary Clinton remained relatively quietly about Donald Trump's presidency. Believing that disloyal Democrats and staff members leaked negative information about her, Clinton had two aides create a loyalty scale to measure Congressional members, the book reveals.
  • China's first cargo spacecraft launch a 'crucial step' to space station

    China's first cargo spacecraft launch a 'crucial step' to space station

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    The Tianzhou-1 cargo resupply spacecraft lifted off early evening on a Long March-7 Y2 rocket from the Wenchang Satellite Launch Centre in the southern island province of Hainan. The country's first cargo spacecraft, the Tianzhou-One is now in orbit. Last year, China cut communications with its first prototype space station, Tiangong 1, which was launched in 2011.