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Pyongyang has so far staged five nuclear tests, two of them a year ago, and analysis of satellite imagery suggests it could be preparing for a sixth. "Our revolutionary strong army is keenly watching every move by enemy elements with our nuclear sight focused on the USA invasionary bases not only in South Korea and the Pacific operation theatre but also in the USA mainland", the official Rodong Sinmun newspaper said.
  • Children's Easter egg hunt nixed because of unruly parents

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    The egg hunt begins at 1 p.m. Unfortunately, due to the past years unruly crowds, we will not be having the egg hunt this year. It is said that the Easter bunny first arrived in America in the 1700s with European settlers in Pennsylvania who brought with them their tradition of an egg laying hare called "Osterhase".
  • Russian Federation urged to abandon support for Assad regime following chemical attack

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    Above all, in January 2016 the Organization for the prevention of Chemical Weapons said it had destroyed Syria's entire chemical weapons arsenal as per an earlier agreement with the Syrian government. The flipside of the talk about sanctions from Johnson and other diplomats is an implicit promise that Moscow could be allowed to rejoin the G-8, if it drops its support for Assad.
  • G7 fails to reach agreement over fresh Syria, Russia sanctions

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    Or, he added, it could maintain its alliance with Syria , Iran and militant group Hezbollah, "which we believe is not going to serve Russia's interests' longer term". Others argued for a more conciliatory approach. Russia, which along with Iran has deployed forces to help Assad win the six-year-old civil war, reacted with fury to the United States strike and continues to cast doubt on the regime's involvement in the chemical attack, to Washington's disgust.
  • Republicans: 'Obamacare' can be undone by Trump

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    Conversations around the details of the new effort are taking place just as House members prepare to head home for a recess, in which, lawmakers - especially moderate Republicans - could face another round of angry protests at town halls. A Republican senator playing a major role in the attempt to revive the healthcare bill, Rand Paul, said on Tuesday that the Trump administration and Republican lawmakers were still at an "impasse" in talks.
  • United Airlines apologises for forced passenger removal

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    According to Chicago Tribune, the incident happened on a United flight at Chicago's O' Hare worldwide airport on Sunday evening. Munoz called the incident a "system failure". "And once you're on board, you are subject to being deplaned based on the order of the crew". But Dao agreed to get off the plane, passenger Jayse Anspach said.
  • Bannon, Kushner meet to clear air, end White House rift

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    Kushner and other aides anxious that Bannon's fixation on "deconstructing" government had not served Trump well in the first months of his presidency. Both Cohn and Powell - who both came to the administration directly from Goldman Sachs - are viewed internally as close to Kushner, a dynamic that rankled those in the White House close to Bannon.
  • Haley says Syria regime change is 'inevitable'

    Haley says Syria regime change is 'inevitable'

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    The official said the U.S.is now convinced Russian Federation controlled the drone. Putin said on Tuesday Russia would be urgently asking the global chemical weapons watchdog - the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons - to investigate the incident.
  • Goldman veterans brought vast wealth to Trump's White House

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    Ivanka Trump's business trust is worth more than $50 million, the 54-page disclosure form filed by Jared Kushner revealed. While the billionaire Trump had campaigned as a champion of ordinary working-class Americans, the White House on Friday said the wealth of his advisers was a mark of their abilities.
  • Show EVMs can be hacked, EC throws open challenge

    Show EVMs can be hacked, EC throws open challenge

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    Representatives of parties including Congress, BSP, DMK, Trinamool Congress and the Left met top EC officials to demand reintroduction of the ballot paper system. The parties demanded that the EC dispel their apprehensions and reassure the people of the country regarding the issue. "Any erosion of these basic principles which sustain this edifice needs to be addressed forthwith and in the right earnest", said another leader.
  • Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro chastised by his top prosecutor

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    Police moved them on. The Supreme Court ruled late Wednesday that as long as lawmakers remained in contempt of earlier court rulings that nullified all legislation passed by congress, the high court can assume the constitutionally assigned powers of the National Assembly, which has been controlled by the opposition for almost a year and a half.