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A man opened fire on people around a swimming pool in a San Diego apartment complex, killing one and injuring others before police shot him dead, U.S. Zimmerman said all six of those wounded are expected to survive. Chief Shelley Zimmerman said Monday that the shooter, 49-year-old Peter Selis, was speaking with his ex-girlfriend on his cellphone during the rampage because he wanted her to hear the carnage.
  • NKorea's death plot accusations mimic its own misdeeds

    NKorea's death plot accusations mimic its own misdeeds

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    Pyongyang presented extensive details but offered no concrete proof to back its accusations of the plot, which it said could never have succeeded. "They hatched a plot of letting human scum Kim commit bomb terrorism targeting the supreme leadership during events at the Kumsusan Palace of the Sun and at military parade and public procession after his return home", KCNA said.
  • Korean missile tested Sunday could carry ... 9:23 pm Sun

    Korean missile tested Sunday could carry ... 9:23 pm Sun

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    North Korean leader Kim Jong-un observed the launch of the rocket, called the Hwasong-12, on Sunday, according to the Korean Central News Agency ( KCNA ). China remains one of North Korea's only allies and is responsible for much of the heavily sanctioned nation's economy. "It appears to have not only demonstrated an intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBM) that might enable them to reliably strike the USA base at Guam, but more importantly, may represent a substantial advance to ...
  • N. Korean officials meet United States experts in Oslo

    N. Korean officials meet United States experts in Oslo

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    The ambassador went on to claim that if the United States moves an inch towards North Korea, then they "are ready to turn to ashes any available strategic assets to the U.S". "Our nuclear power is our sovereign right". When asked if there was any possibility of the Kim Jong-un regime engaging in peace talks with its adversaries, Choe replied that they have learnt from USA military interventions elsewhere in the world that only the weak nations are suppressed and thus, they will continue to ...
  • Netanyahu: Abbas lied to Trump

    Netanyahu: Abbas lied to Trump

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    Stopping them seems untenable to Abbas, especially at a time of broad Palestinian support in the West Bank for a mass hunger strike by hundreds of Palestinian prisoners held by Israel , now in its 17th day. "There is no alternative". "I also applaud the Palestinian Authority's continued security cooperation with Israel". The Israeli Prime Minister's Office had no immediate reaction to the Trump Abbas statements.
  • Officials Investigating Site of 3-Alarm Blaze in Lower East Side Synagogue

    Officials Investigating Site of 3-Alarm Blaze in Lower East Side Synagogue

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    A massive fire broke out early Sunday morning at a historic yet abandoned NY city synagogue, all but destroying the building. Videos posted to Instagram show firefighters working tirelessly to bring the blaze under control. East Side residents have been urged to keep their windows closed to avoid the hazardous smoke. It later served as synagogue for the Beth Hamedrash Hagodol Orthodox Jewish congregation for more than 120 years.
  • Budget 2017: the Treasurer's lesson for bank shareholders

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    The Medicare Guarantee Fund will be more than the Government demonstrating a commitment to the health scheme. "They can't go and lie to customers", he said. The BBA said that the meeting was the first time banks had been consulted on the new tax. The Government will launch a "one-stop shop" where Australians can take their complaints about the financial sector called the Australian Financial Complaints Authority.
  • Syria Rejects UN Monitors For Safe Zones

    Syria Rejects UN Monitors For Safe Zones

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    It does not specify that the safe zones take effect immediately, but gives the three guarantor countries two weeks to form working groups to delineate them and then until June 4 to come up with the definitive boundaries. "The devil's always in the details, right?" "There are still logistical details that will be discussed in Damascus , and we will see the extent of commitment to this agreement", al-Moallem said.
  • Ransomware cyber-attack threat escalating - Europol

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    Wainwright said he was concerned that the numbers of those affected would continue to rise when people returned to work on Monday morning. Organisations around the world have spent weekend trying to recover after being hit by a virus that seeks to seize control of computers until victims pay a ransom.
  • Europol director sees 'escalating' cyber threat

    Europol director sees 'escalating' cyber threat

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    USA package delivery giant FedEx, European vehicle factories, Spanish telecoms giant Telefonica, Britain's health service and Germany's Deutsche Bahn rail network were among those hit. Too many organizations, including hospitals and government agencies, are still running on Windows XP, an operating system that Microsoft hasn't supported since 2014.
  • US Senate Democrats may refuse to vote on Trump FBI pick - Schumer

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    The White House has said Comey's firing was unrelated to the Russian Federation probe. "They've been vetted over their lifetime, essentially, but very well-known, high-respected, really talented people", Trump said. Mr Lee said recording conversations in the White House was "not necessarily the best idea". Mr Trump's threat about tapes has intensified calls from Democrats for an independent probe of alleged Russian meddling in the USA election.
  • Oil stable on expectations of extended OPEC-led production cut

    Oil stable on expectations of extended OPEC-led production cut

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    Mr. Falih said that the terms of the deal or the targeted levels of production are unlikely to get revised while the tenure is extended. Oil cartel Opec , of which Saudi Arabia is the de facto leader, and other producers led by Russian Federation, pledged in late 2016 to cut output by nearly 1.8-million barrels a day during the first half of 2017; 1.2-million barrels a day of the supply cut is to come from Opec-members.