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But the buildings, including the largest, aging 1970s structure, will need major renovations and security upgrades to meet standards in a country still technically at war with North Korea. The principles are: "First, no armed provocation by North Korea will be tolerated under any circumstances; second, we will not undermine North Korea or unify the country by absorbing it; and third, we will pursue across-the-board exchanges and cooperation with North".
  • North Korea's military weakness exposed

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    Speaking on "Fox News Sunday", McMaster said it is important "for all of us to confront this regime, this regime that is pursuing the weaponization of a missile with a nuclear weapon". U.S. President Donald Trump, asked about his message to North Korea after the test, told reporters: "You'll soon find out" but did not elaborate on what the USA response would be.
  • Despite warnings on Flynn, Trump dismisses Russian collusion

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    But did the White House put any restrictions-any at all-on Flynn in the wake of Yates' warnings? Before she could present further evidence, the Obama Administration holdover was sacked by the President for refusing to defend his travel ban - while Flynn stayed on as National Security Adviser for another two and a half weeks.
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    Meanwhile, Mishra had also issued an open letter, challenging the AAP chief to contest elections against him, from his seat at Karawal Nagar. Upping the ante against Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal, the Youth wing of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) staged protest outside the Delhi Chief Minister's residence demanding his resignation.
  • EU's Juncker: English language 'losing importance

    EU's Juncker: English language 'losing importance

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    His remarks came hours after Brexit Secretary David Davis said "the line was crossed" when further stories appeared suggesting that Britain would be hit with an exit bill of 100 billion euro (£84.5 billion) - almost double the previous estimates.
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    USA efforts have included a flurry of calls by Trump at the weekend to the leaders of the Philippines , Thailand and Singapore. The US Statement Department also said South China Sea issues were discussed at the May 4 meeting. His remarks come as the U.S. Congress plans to vote on a bipartisan bill this week that would impose a new set of sanctions on North Korea , including measures to shut off the regime's access to overseas funds to curb its ability to use the money for its nuclear and ...
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    ORIGINAL: 11:30 a.m. Hours after authorities scrambled to respond, US Department of Energy authorities determined there is no initial evidence that workers have been exposed to radiation or that there has been an "airborne radiological release".
  • Jakarta governor Ahok sentenced to prison for blasphemy

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    Widodo had urged restraint over the trial and called for all sides to respect the legal process. As reported, Ahok, who is is ethnic Chinese and the first Christian in almost 50 years to govern Indonesia's capital, was found guilty of violating Indonesia's blasphemy laws during a speech to fishermen in September.
  • Dine Somewhere Special on Mother's Day

    Dine Somewhere Special on Mother's Day

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    Because your mom is a powerhouse. We're sure she'll dig it! If she is not into massages, perhaps a yoga class pass or some badass boxing lessons? Your mom is unique, so give her something that is undeniably her. Celebrate Mom and get a deal with these Mother's Day freebies, discounts and offers! San Francisco-based jewelry designer Julia Szendrei crafts lovely necklaces that use birthstones to spell out messages in morse code.
  • Former UConn Athlete, Navy SEAL Killed During Military Operation In Somalia

    Former UConn Athlete, Navy SEAL Killed During Military Operation In Somalia

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    Szymanski said Milliken's sacrifice is a "stark reminder that Naval Special Operators are forward doing their job, confronting terrorism overseas to prevent evil from reaching our shores". The White House has granted the USA military broader authority to carry out strikes in Somalia against al Qaeda-linked al Shabaab, the latest sign President Donald Trump is increasing US military engagement in the region.
  • Black bands on badges honor fallen police officers next week

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    In 1962 President Kennedy declared May 15 National Law Enforcement Memorial Day in honor of peace officers across our nation who gave their lives in the line of duty. In 1853, King County Deputy Wesley Cherry was the first King County law officer to lose their life in the line of duty. The event starts on July 28 and participants will cycle 180 miles to the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire, where they will join a memorial service on 30 July.
  • Mike Flynn probed over payments from Russian government-linked firms: Pentagon

    Mike Flynn probed over payments from Russian government-linked firms: Pentagon

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    Former US national security adviser Michael Flynn was warned by the Defense Department's Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) against accepting foreign payments as he entered retirement. On Tuesday, however, Cummings and Chaffetz held a joint news conference in which they said Flynn might have broken the law by not disclosing the payments when he filed paperwork previous year to renew his security clearance.