• Donald Trump speaks with new South Korean president

    Donald Trump speaks with new South Korean president

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    Beijing - the North's biggest trade partner and diplomatic protector - is infuriated over the deployment of a United States missile defence system in the South, and Seoul is embroiled in a row with fellow USA ally Tokyo over wartime history.
  • Prime Minister Netanyahu: Mahmoud Abbas lied to President Trump

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    Trump says that he'll act as a facilitator, but "any agreement can not be imposed by the United States , or by any other nation". He did not explain what type of solution he envisions. president could visit the Middle East this month. He met with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas at the White House Wednesday where he raised some concerns.
  • Karoubi to vote for Rouhani in Iran's presidential election

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    Rouhani's signature accomplishment has been his nuclear deal , which could be in jeopardy if he loses power, even though it was officially endorsed by Khamenei and all candidates say they will abide by it. Rouhani has criticized Raisi's past as a senior prosecutor in the 1980s when thousands of jailed dissidents were executed. "I have completed my historic duty and, together with you, I will vote for Rouhani to help continue on the path to progress for this country", he said.
  • Israel wants White House to explain U.S. official's Western Wall comment

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    Despite the passage of the Jerusalem Embassy Act of 1995 by the U.S. Congress, which required the relocation of U.S. Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem , former U.S. An official in Netanyahu's office said the us comment was "received with astonishment" and that Israel had asked the White House for an explanation.
  • Iran imposes sanctions on nine United States firms, individuals

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    Lawrence Ward, a partner at worldwide law firm Dorsey & Whitney, said that the announcement by the State Department to continue the USA participation in the Iran nuclear deal is quite significant. "It is alarming that individuals involved with Iran's missile program are assisting the brutal Assad regime, and we are taking action to curtail this behavior", Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said.
  • Greek leaders hail Macron victory, hope for fruitful ties

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    The 39-year-old stepped down as leader of En Marche! Moreover, despite Macron's determinedly can-do attitude, the enthusiasm for the former investment banker has its limits. "I want to live in a democracy", he said. Macron received a total of 20,753,797 votes, compared with 10,644,118 for Marine Le Pen , the ministry announced the day after the landmark election.
  • Senate Judiciary Wants Comey Memos

    Senate Judiciary Wants Comey Memos

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    Amash has not been the only Republican to bring up Trump's impeachment, either; while he was certainly one of the first, Florida Rep. "Obstruction of justice in the case of Nixon, in the case of Clinton in the late 90s, has been considered an impeachable offense", Mr Curbelo told CNN's Don Lemon on Tuesday.
  • Crude Prices Jump As US Oil Production, Inventories Drop

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    The Russian Energy Ministry says extending the cuts through March 31, 2018, would show "producers' determination to ensure stability, predictability and incremental development of the market". To keep a lid on output this summer, Saudi Arabia will need to sacrifice an even bigger share of exports as consumption at home rises. That should help tighten the oil market and push up prices as demand rises gradually this year, he said.