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The veteran Russian diplomat said the two sides were seeking to "remove all the barriers" in their thorny relationship, and praised his meetings on Syria as "constructive". The United States imposed sanctions on Russian Federation over its interference in Ukraine, and Trump administration officials including Tillerson have indicated they will remain in place until Moscow fulfills certain conditions.
  • Trump's firing of FBI Director James Comey

    Trump's firing of FBI Director James Comey

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    Others on the list include white-collar defence lawyer Alice Fisher and NY state judge Michael Garcia, according to the Washington Post . The point of greatest sensitivity raised by Trump's decision to fire Comey is its potential connection to the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director's role in investigating what he described as "the nature of any links between individuals associated with the Trump campaign and the Russian government and whether there was any coordination between ...
  • North Korea claim 'new long-range ballistic rocket' test

    North Korea claim 'new long-range ballistic rocket' test

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    Central Intelligence Agency agents over a supposed conspiracy to assassinate leader Kim Jong-un. Earlier this spring, Pacific Command commander Adm. If anything, such demonstrations are having the opposite effect, further convincing Kim Jung-un and his fellow leaders that North Korea's only path to survival is a nuclear strike capability strong enough to dissuade the US from daring to launch a pre-emptive military strike or invasion.
  • At least 100000 groups in 150 countries hit by ransomware

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    Microsoft said it had released a Windows security update in March to tackle the problem involved in the latest attack, but many users were yet to run it. "Remarkably few payments" had so far been made in response to this attack, he added. Also badly hit was Britain's National Health Service, which declared a "major incident" after the attack, which forced some hospitals to divert ambulances and scrap operations.
  • Four spot no influence on Arsenal - Wenger in latest future hint

    Four spot no influence on Arsenal - Wenger in latest future hint

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    The Italian tactician has been repeatedly linked with a big-money move to Inter Milan, whose owners would be ready to do their everything to land the former Juventus and Azzurri boss this summer. "They've done well but in the last two seasons the team that won the league hasn't played in Europe". While Chelsea are preparing for a party atmosphere in front of their fans, Mazzarri must lift his players to make sure they avoid the campaign fading out now they have secured top-flight status ...
  • North Korea fires missile that lands in sea near Russia

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    The US Pacific Command said it was assessing the type of missile, fired on Sunday, but it was "not consistent with an intercontinental ballistic missile". A statement from the White House called on all countries to implement stronger sanctions against North Korea. At a huge military parade that Kim presided over last month, North Korea displayed two of its newest model missiles.
  • US Senator Sees No Evidence of Widespread Voter Fraud in 2016 Elections

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    Trump began making his allegations of widespread voter fraud shortly after the election, claiming that he would have won the popular vote - which he lost by almost 3 million votes - if there had not been so many votes cast illegally. U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday ordered the creation of an advisory body to determine whether there was any voter fraud in the federal elections.
  • 17 shot dead in PNG prison breakout

    17 shot dead in PNG prison breakout

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    Prison officers have shot and killed 17 men who escaped from a jail near Papua New Guinea's second-largest city, Lae. "These are unsafe individuals", the Lae Metropolitan Police Command said. The previous year, some 50 prisoners managed to escaped in a similar way. Wagambie urged family members and associates of the escapees not to harbour them.
  • North Korea says missile can hit US targets, carry large nuclear warhead

    North Korea says missile can hit US targets, carry large nuclear warhead

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    The missile flew for half an hour and reached an unusually high altitude before landing in the Sea of Japan, the South Korean, Japanese and US militaries said. The Sunday's projectile was launched from a military base in the vicinity of Kusong, in central North Pyongan province, near the country's northwestern coast, and traveled some 700 kilometers before landing in the Sea of Japan.
  • AAP rebel Kapil Mishra attacked

    AAP rebel Kapil Mishra attacked

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    Mishra said. Social activist Anna Hazare on Tuesday said he would sit on an agitation to demand the resignation of Arvind Kejriwal if the allegations of corruption against the Delhi chief minister were proved. Mishra was referring to an alleged Rs 400 crore water tanker procurement scam of 2012. The man identified himself as an Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) worker but the party firmly denied any links with him.
  • China's Xi discusses nuclear issue with new S.Korean president

    China's Xi discusses nuclear issue with new S.Korean president

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    The North has staged two atomic tests and dozens of missile launches since the start of previous year in its quest to develop a way to deliver a nuclear warhead to "imperialist enemy" the US. Moon said he hopes to meet Xi at an early date and Xi formally invited Moon to visit Beijing, it said. China was willing to keep working hard with all parties, including South Korea, for the peace and prosperity of the Korean peninsula, Xi said.