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In one of his most memorable morning tweet blasts of his still-young presidency, Trump also lashed out at Democrats and the media, while trying to give Spicer and Sanders cover after a rough week. It initially cited a Justice Department memo criticizing Comey's handling of last year's investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails as the impetus, only to have that version undercut by Trump himself.
  • Central Intelligence Agency creates dedicated mission center for North Korea

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    The center is likely to focus on collecting and analyzing intelligence related to North Korea's nuclear weapons and missile technology. Dedicating a center to a country instead of a region shows the North's importance to the administration of President Donald Trump, which has been locked in a standoff with Pyongyang over its development of ballistic missiles and nuclear deterrents.
  • Gunmen kill 10 labourers near port in southwest Pakistan

    Gunmen kill 10 labourers near port in southwest Pakistan

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    Unidentified assailants on motorcycles opened indiscriminate fire on the labourers and fled the scene. Nobody immediately claimed responsibility for the attack. During a Congressional hearing listed a number of groups, he said, pose threat to Pakistan's internal security. Rescuers, police, and paramilitary troops were dispatched to Pishgan and Gant Road where gunmen targeted Labourers who had been working for the provincial government at two separate construction sites on three kilometres ...
  • Middlesbrough better equipped for Championship than Sunderland, says Steve Agnew

    Middlesbrough better equipped for Championship than Sunderland, says Steve Agnew

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    Southampton's last win came over West Brom on April 8 and the 2-0 defeat to Arsenal on Wednesday night means finishing inside the top 10 is now a challenge. Boro haven't kept a clean sheet against Southampton at the Riverside in seven league meetings since March 1999. Middlesbrough needed a result to stay up at Chelsea and the gulf between them was unreal.
  • Snap Election is Sensible Move for PM, says Pro-Brexit Logistics Boss

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    May continues to be the favored choice for prime minister, with 54 percent of people preferring her to Labour's Jeremy Corbyn, who is backed by 15 percent of voters. But the near-unanimity of the decision to summon voters to the polls followed a rancorous debate that highlighted some of the thorniest issues Britain faces today: whether it is ready to leave the bloc's single market and customs union - a so-called hard Brexit; the stark and rising inequality among the country's regions; and ...
  • PM Leaves For China, Then To Germany

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    He was talking to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif who along with his delegation comprising the four chief ministers held talks with him in Beijing on Saturday. China's Premier Li Keqiang (R) and Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif shake hands during a signing ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on May 13, 2017.
  • Turkey plays key role in Belt and Road Initiative: Erdogan

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    The Belt and Road (B&R) Forum for International Cooperation, likely to be attended by 28 world leaders, begins on Sunday and Beijing aims to project the summit as a global acceptance of its initiative. Earlier, PM Nawaz held a meeting with his Chinese counterpart during which he reaffirmed Pakistan's commitment towards the completion of early harvest projects under the $57 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).
  • Indian PM in Sri Lanka for UN Buddhist event

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    Vesak Day is celebrated to mark the birth, enlightenment and passing away of Lord Buddha. The almost one million ethnic Tamils in central Sri Lanka are descendents of indentured labour brought to work in coffee, rubber and tea plantations by British colonial rulers in the 19th century.
  • USA urging Southeast Asian countries to reduce ties with North Korea

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    Mr Tillerson called on Asean countries to fully implement United Nations sanctions on Pyongyang, which is working to develop a nuclear-tipped missile capable of reaching the U.S., and to show a united front on the issue, Mr Murphy said. Singapore had no diplomatic mission in Pyongyang, so relations were already minimal - and the authorities would not tolerate North Korea using the country for illicit financial transactions, he said.
  • Ricketts: Nebraska will benefit from exporting beef to China

    Ricketts: Nebraska will benefit from exporting beef to China

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    But it is the latest sign that the USA president is adopting a less confrontational approach with Beijing. Trump had threatened to impose trade tariffs and label Beijing a currency manipulator, neither of which he has done. expert from Tsinghua University. -China trade agreement, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross puffed a bit too hard in describing its greatness. However, Chinese chicken could raise USA food-safety concerns.