Global News

Both leaders agreed to strengthen the US-South Korea alliance and the "friendship" between the two countries. North Korea, as of Thursday morning, had yet to comment officially on Moon's election, but experts say there's no reason for it to dislike his win.
  • Trump again suggests ending White House briefings, won't commit to Spicer

    Trump again suggests ending White House briefings, won't commit to Spicer

    Global News

    Thus, Mr. Spicer had a curt response when one White House journalist asked if he had anything to say to a former Federal Bureau of Investigation official who said Trump is "out of control". Later, the president and his advisers said Mr Trump had planned to fire Mr Comey since taking office. Jeff Mason , the president of the White House Correspondents' Association, said: "Doing away with briefings would reduce accountability, transparency, and the opportunity for Americans to see that, in ...
  • China, Poland highlight cooperation under B&R Initiative

    Global News

    But Beijing extended an olive branch after President Xi Jinping spoke to new South Korean President Moon Jae-in to congratulate him on his appointment. The forum will showcase China's Belt & Road (B&R) initiative that has put India in a piquant situation as it included the United States dollars 46 billion China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) which goes through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.
  • PM Modi visits Sri Dalada Maligawa temple

    Global News

    Later, when he addressed the Sri Lankan Tamils in the presence of Sri Lanka President Maithripala Sirisena and community leaders then he soothed the emotions of Sri Lankan government by saying that "I am aware the Government of Sri Lanka is taking active steps to improve your living conditions including a 5-year National Plan of Action".
  • North Korea willing to meet with US if conditions right: diplomat

    North Korea willing to meet with US if conditions right: diplomat

    Global News

    Amid simmering tensions on the Korean Peninsula, a senior North Korean diplomat in charge of handling United States relations says Pyongyang would hold talks with Washington under the right conditions. special adviser for nonproliferation and arms control. South Korea's newly elected President Moon Jae-in has also expressed willingness to visit Pyongyang under the right circumstances.
  • North Korea Open to Talks with US 'Under The Right Conditions

    Global News

    The United States has threatened to impose sanctions on third countries that have business dealings with North Korea that violate restrictions imposed under UN resolutions. Since 2008, photographer Eric Lafforgue ventured to North Korea six times. In the video, the group also takes aim at the US alliance with South Korea and the rise in tensions.
  • Trump lawyers push back against Russia ties in letter

    Global News

    Those reports suggested that Flynn may have given Kislyak the impression that the incoming administration might be willing to consider lifting sanctions that were imposed on Moscow following Russia's 2014 annexation of Crimea, a Ukrainian territory.
  • Donald Trump Says James Comey 'Should Have Never Exonerated' Hillary Clinton

    Global News

    The president said he never pressured Comey into dropping the Federal Bureau of Investigation probe, and added that there was no "collusion between me and my campaign and the Russians". "And I hope he will be", Trump said. He also specifically brought up the ongoing Russian Federation investigation. "In fact, when I chose to just do it [fire Comey], I said to myself, you know, this Russian Federation thing with Trump and Russian Federation is a made up story, it's an excuse by the ...
  • North Korea intends to seek extradition of assassination suspects

    Global News

    Moon told Xi during the 40-minute call that he plans to send a special delegation to Beijing for talks on both topics, Moon's office said in a statement. Navy presence, President Trump's approach to North Korea's provocations has also included cutting off financial aid to Kim Jong-un's regime, as well as foiling missile launches with advanced digital disruption technology.