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North Korea attempted but failed to launch a ballistic missile on its east coast last Sunday, the latest sign of rising tensions in Asia. The announcement followed an inaugural meeting Tuesday of the U.S. "But he doesn't understand that the North Korean leaders are unpredictable and don't play by the rules", he said. The vice president earlier visited a military installation near the DMZ, Camp Bonifas, for a briefing with military leaders at the joint U.S.
  • Venezuela officials: 12 dead in overnight violence

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    The latest figures raised the total number of deaths during growing protests to 20 over the past three weeks. GM, the market leader in Venezuela for 35 years, said in a statement that in addition to the plant seizure "other assets of the company, such as vehicles, have been illegally taken from its facilities".
  • Venezuela calls 'mother of all protests' as opposition and government supporters rally

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    Government supporters are holding their own counter demonstration. Massrali added: "The acts of violence during the demonstrations in Venezuela on 19 April are highly regrettable". "We only care what the people say". Venezuelans have struggled for years with food and medical shortages, and - more recently - skyrocketing prices on all types of goods, as hyperinflation wipes out salaries and the value of the currency, the bolivar.
  • Juan Manuel Montes Becomes First DREAMer Deported Under Trump Administration

    Juan Manuel Montes Becomes First DREAMer Deported Under Trump Administration

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    The U.S. Department of Homeland Security today said in statements to the media that Juan Manuel Montes, a young immigrant who was physically deported despite having permission to live and work in the U.S. Within three hours he was escorted to the border and left in Mexicali, Mexico. Montes' situation came to light Tuesday when he sued the Trump administration in U.S.
  • Russian Federation relations 'may be at an all-time low', says Donald Trump

    Russian Federation relations 'may be at an all-time low', says Donald Trump

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    President Vladimir Putin said after this week's meeting with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson that Russian Federation was ready to return to the arrangement. Tillerson's comments echoed televised remarks by Putin, who earlier on Wednesday said the trust between the two countries had "deteriorated" since Trump was elected USA president.
  • Iran not living up to 'spirit' of nuclear deal

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    Like with the North, Tillerson said , the Trump administration was unwilling to be patient with Iran, ticking through a list of countries where he said Iran was supporting terrorism and violence. "The good policy here now that this deal is in place and the State Department has certified that thus far it's working, the good policy is to lead our allies".
  • China "seriously concerned" about DPRK nuclear, missile development: FM

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    The U.S.is conducting a 90-day review of the Iran nuclear deal despite acknowledging that Tehran is complying with the deal. The latest bellicose statement follows North Korea's weekend display of military hardware in a parade marking the birthday of its founder Kim Il Sung and two attempted missile tests, one of which failed .
  • 4 killed, 9 injured in crude-bomb explosion

    4 killed, 9 injured in crude-bomb explosion

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    Numerous area locals however, claimed that they were attacked by outsiders and alleged that they were members of Trinamool Congress. Asked whether the explosion was the outcome of a rivalry between two groups from Darbarpur and the neighbouring village of Mirbandh over illegal sand mining, the SP avoided a direct reply.
  • ISIS claims Paris attack ahead of vote

    ISIS claims Paris attack ahead of vote

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    Paris police spokeswoman Johanna Primevert told The Associated Press the attacker targeted police guarding the area near the Franklin Roosevelt subway station on Thursday night (Friday morning, NZ time). Police authorities called on the public to avoid the area. French interior ministry spokesman Pierre-Henry Brandet said it was "too early to say" if the man was linked to Thursday night's shooting.
  • Kashmir: Students clash with police in Pulwama, exams postponed

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    Hundreds of students, clashed with the security forces in Kashmir earlier today during protests against police action in a college on Saturday. The protests soon spread to several colleges in Srinagar and other parts of Kashmir, leading to pitched battles between rock-throwing students and government forces, who fired shotgun pellets and tear gas.