• China flags global naval role after new carrier launch

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    China also displayed its first nuclear-powered submarine and announced a tour of a fleet to than 20 countries in celebration, according to China Daily. Putting the carrier into water marks progress in China's efforts to design and build a domestic aircraft carrier . Experts saw the new carrier as a signal from Beijing that it was ahead of naval capabilities among all Asian countries.
  • US Mulls Putting North Korea Back on State Sponsor of Terrorism List

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    US officials have warned that a conflict with North Korea could have a devastating effect on ally South Korea and USA troops based there, a point Pyongyang underscored by a big live-fire exercise on Tuesday to mark the foundation of its military.Harris conceded that North Korean retaliation to any USA strikes could cause many casualties, but added that there was the risk "of a lot more Koreans and Japanese and Americans dying if North Korea achieves its nuclear aims and does what (North Korean ...
  • UK leader meets top EU officials for Brexit working dinner

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    Pressed on whether this could mean abandoning Britain's ability to cut non-EU trade deals, Sir Keir said: "We have to get the right deal with the EU. "If this predicted landslide happens, it would basically diminish democracy, it would just be an electoral dictatorship", Miller argued , lamenting a "very weak opposition" in the Labour Party .
  • Trump Tells Canada And Mexico He Will Renegotiate, Not Withdraw From NAFTA

    Trump Tells Canada And Mexico He Will Renegotiate, Not Withdraw From NAFTA

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    President Trump said, 'it is my privilege to bring NAFTA up to date through renegotiation. "Both conversations were pleasant and productive". Joe Schuele, U.S. The administration's talk of exiting NAFTA has run into opposition from several prominent Republican lawmakers, including border senators John McCain of Arizona and John Cornyn of Texas, Politico reported.
  • French presidential foes take spin battle to tumble-drier factory

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    As Macron met elsewhere with the workers' union leaders, Le Pen displayed her political guile by grabbing the spotlight and popping up outside the factory itself. He accused Le Pen, who was shown smiling and taking pictures with the workers, of cynically trying to exploit the situation and lying to workers when she said she would put a end to US -based Whirlpool's plans to relocate production to Poland.
  • Merkel wants dialogue before Brexit negotiations

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    Merkel added that she expected European Union members to be consistently united in the negotiations as there was "now a great deal of agreement" between the 27 member states and the European Union institutions about the bloc's joint Brexit negotiating stance.