• Korea Reports on South's Presidential Election

    Korea Reports on South's Presidential Election

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    China says the system does little to curb the threat posed by North Korea's nuclear and missile programmes, which Pyongyang has been pressing ahead with in defiance of USA pressure and United Nations sanctions. Moon advocated dialogue with the North as well as sanctions, adopting a more conciliatory stance than his predecessor. "We remain open to talks with the DPRK but need to see that the DPRK will cease all its illegal activities and aggressive behavior in the region", she said, ...
  • Mets suspend Harvey 3 games for violating team rules

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    Harvey can appeal the suspension. Miami Marlins' outfielder Giancarlo Stanton is no stranger to hitting long home runs, but he had not hit a home run at all since April 22 when he took Mets' starter Robert Gsellman deep on Saturday. He allowed 12 runs over 9⅔ innings with eight walks in two losses to Atlanta. Despaigne, who came within four outs of a no-hitter against the Mets three years ago, needed 38 pitches to get through the first.
  • New Hamas chief makes first public appearance

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    Ismail Haniya , a longtime leader of Hamas in Gaza , was Saturday officially named the senior leader of the militant group, which has been trying to soften its public image as it jockeys for influence in the Palestinian territories and internationally.
  • Ransomware attack hits 74 countries

    Ransomware attack hits 74 countries

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    In London , Barts Health NHS Trust, which includes Barts Hospital, the Royal London Hospital and Whipps Cross University Hospital said all outpatient appointments had been cancelled on Saturday and some ambulances were being diverted to neighbouring hospitals.
  • Moon, Abe agree to co-operate on North Korea

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    Moon also expressed hopes the two countries would be able to cooperate in developing East Asia, including extending a natural gas pipeline from Siberia to South Korea, the Blue House said . The Senate intelligence committee is holding a hearing on worldwide threats, and intelligence director Dan Coats says Russian Federation is a threat to USA government, military, diplomatic, business and critical infrastructure.
  • China to open market for US credit cards, beef

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    In truth, the trade wins build on market openings already under way. "China just got a steady supply of liquefied natural gas, which will also reduce the deficit but not really add up to many, if any, U.S.jobs", said James McGregor, China chairman of APCO Worldwide.
  • Tillerson: US Reviewing Climate Policies, Will Not Be Rushed into Decision

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    Tillerson was in Fairbanks to chair a meeting of the Arctic Council, which brings together nations and indigenous groups from around the region. Russian Federation and the United States are at loggerheads over the wars in Syria and Ukraine and over Russia's alleged attempts to covertly back Trump's victory in the US presidential race.
  • Russian photographer on White House outrage: 'This is nonsense'

    Russian photographer on White House outrage: 'This is nonsense'

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    Later in the day, the Russian Foreign Ministry and TASS published photos from the meeting, while the U.S. side released no official images, something that was later decried by the USA media. "You said now today, and I think you said again yesterday, that you personally have talked to countless Federal Bureau of Investigation officials employees since this happened", a reporter asked, referring to Sanders' claim Wednesday that the FBI's rank-and-file supported Comey's dismissal.
  • China tests new guided missile in Bohai Sea

    China tests new guided missile in Bohai Sea

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    China has recently tested a new type of guided missile in a northeastern sea near the Korean peninsula, the defence ministry said Tuesday, hours after South Korean elections held amid regional tensions. Beijing has imposed a host of measures seen as economic retaliation against the South for the THAAD deployment, including a ban on tour groups. The victor of Tuesday's election and South Korea's new president, Moon Jae-in, favors a much softer policy toward North Korea.
  • Kenya Moore Says Phaedra Parks

    Kenya Moore Says Phaedra Parks "Got What She Deserved" at the Reunion

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    One person is singing a slightly different tune, Sheree Whitfield , one of the stars of RHOA , does not see the ladies reconciling in the near future. "She started off telling lies about me". Do you think Porsha should have questioned the lie and wondered why Phaedra would have such information since they were no longer friends? She is completely against drug use, and she's certainly against kidnapping.
  • After 49 years, Israel news show scrapped hour before airing

    After 49 years, Israel news show scrapped hour before airing

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    The proposed budget put forward by Mr. Trump's White House a couple months ago called for the complete elimination of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CBP), which helps fund stations like PBS and NPR. However, the leader of another party in his coalition, Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon, insisted on pressing ahead. The dispute, which nearly led to an early general election being called, was resolved after it was agreed that the two officials would not oversee news.