• US Secretary of State meets with Russian officials in Moscow amidst tension

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    Mr Trump called Mr Assad "an animal" and "truly an evil person" and said that it is now up to Russian President Vladimir Putin to withdraw his support of the Syrian regime. Trump responded to the gas attack by firing 59 cruise missiles at a Syrian air base on Friday. A Morning Consult/Politico poll released Wednesday found that 57% of Americans supported airstrikes in Syria, 58% supported establishing a no-fly zone over parts of Syria including strikes against Syria's air-defense ...
  • Arab ministers adopt resolution on Jerusalem

    Arab ministers adopt resolution on Jerusalem

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    In the course of their conversation, Prince Mohammed informed Trump that his father, King Salman, had agreed on the need for the first time to amend the original 2002 Saudi peace proposal which the Arab summit ratified unchanged in 2007. Help us, so Iraq would not hear your voice from the tongue of Daesh that has come to Iraq from your countries, Ja'afari said addressing the Arab countries.
  • National Security Obtained FISA Warrant To Monitor Former Trump Adviser Carter Page

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    The Washington Post reported Tuesday the application to a special court to monitor Carter Page was part of the investigation into potential links between the Republican's presidential campaign and Russian Federation. Asked to name his foreign policy advisers last March, Trump named five people, including "Carter Page, PhD". "Yet, ironically, Washington and other Western powers have impeded potential progress through their often hypocritical focus on ideas such as democratization, ...
  • I told China's Xi North Korea a 'menace'

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    Despite tough talk about reducing America's trade deficit with China, Trump said that he could accept a deficit in exchange for assistance against North Korea . On Tuesday, North Korea warned of "catastrophic consequences" in response to any further provocations by the U.S., days after the Carl Vinson began its journey towards the Korean peninsula.
  • As tensions reach fever pitch, North Korea reportedly readies nuclear test

    As tensions reach fever pitch, North Korea reportedly readies nuclear test

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    There is speculation that the country could be preparing a missile launch, or another nuclear test - its sixth - to mark the 105th anniversary of the birth of its founder Kim Il-Sung on Saturday. "We have submarines. Very powerful". It has performed three detonations since Kim took power in late 2011, most recently in September. He was referring to a strike group headed by the USS Carl Vinson supercarrier that has been re-routed to the Korean peninsula in a show of force against Kim.
  • Trump speaks with Chinese leader on N. Korean 'menace'

    Trump speaks with Chinese leader on N. Korean 'menace'

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    Xi's comments came during a wide-ranging call following the leaders' recent first face-to-face meeting at Trump's resort in Mar-a-Lago, Florida, CCTV said. Very powerful." "We have submarines. The celebration may put North Korea on a military collision course with the United States. The decision by the U.S.
  • All passengers on United Flight 3411 to receive compensation

    All passengers on United Flight 3411 to receive compensation

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    Geoff Fearns, president of Tri Pacific Capital Advisors, told the Los Angeles Times that he was asked to leave the flight but, like Dao, held his ground. The incident was caused by a " system failure ", Munoz said. United Airlines' Chief Executive said he will not quit amid an explosive backlash to a video of a screaming passenger being dragged off a plane.
  • United Kingdom rejects Scotland's bid for independence

    United Kingdom rejects Scotland's bid for independence

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    Ms Sturgeon has written to Prime Minister Theresa May asking for a Section 30 order to allow Holyrood to legislate for a referendum. "However, if it chooses not to do so I will return to the parliament following the Easter recess to set out the steps that the Scottish government will take to progress the will of parliament".
  • President Trump on NATO: 'It's no longer obsolete'

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    Russian intelligence agents allegedly orchestrated a coup plot to overthrow Montenegro's pro-NATO government and replace it with a Russia-friendly regime, The New York Times reported past year. "I think it's very bad for mankind". "NATO allies defeated communism". It's no longer obsolete. "They were there. So we'll find out", he said. In reality, North Atlantic Treaty Organisation has been actively dealing with terrorism since the 1980s.