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The South Korean Yonhap news agency quoted the envoy as saying that Trump had told him that entering Pyongyang into a peace process would take place if conditions were favorable, adding that he would not hold talks for a dialogue only with North Korea.
  • Xi Jinping wants to reset relations with South Korea

    Xi Jinping wants to reset relations with South Korea

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    The statement by Foreign Minister Wang Yi came during the ongoing visit of the South Korean president's special envoy, Lee Hae-chan, to China. China has been infuriated by the United States deployment of the THAAD system in South Korea, saying it was a threat to its security and would do nothing to ease tensions with Pyongyang.
  • Fired FBI chief James Comey to testify publicly in Congress

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    On May 10, the day after he fired Comey, Trump met with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey V. Lavrov and the Russian ambassador to the United States, Sergey I. "This is an inflection point in the entire Russian Federation collusion investigation", he told MSNBC. "This is what OBSTRUCTION looks like: 'I faced great pressure because of Russian Federation".
  • Pro-Syrian forces hit in strike 'posed a threat'

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    According to ABC News , U.S. officials said several of the Syrian vehicles were destroyed in the strike. The airstrikes took place near the southern Syrian town of At Tanf, where USA and coalition forces had established a so-called "de-confliction zone", which also was home to a US training camp for moderate Syrian militias, according to a command statement posted on the coalition's Twitter site.
  • US President Donald Trump did not threaten James Comey: White House

    US President Donald Trump did not threaten James Comey: White House

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    Asked if the decision or an announcement could take place before he leaves for Saudi Arabia on Friday, Trump said: "Even that is possible". The BBC's Laura Bicker in Washington says Mr Trump was referring to a private White House dinner in January during which the president claims Mr Comey assured him he was not being investigated over alleged links to Russian Federation.
  • Iranians Head to the Polls in Presidential Election

    Iranians Head to the Polls in Presidential Election

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    Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli said that voting for presidential and local elections in Iran has been extended for the third time stressing that polling will definitely end at 12pm local time (7:30pm GMT). But Mr Raisi has powerful backers among Iran's powerful security establishment and its ruling clerics, led by supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. Every incumbent president has been re-elected in Iran since 1985, when Ayatollah Khamenei himself won a second term.
  • Trump to Muslims on first foreign trip: Drive out terrorists

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    Saudi Arabia hopes to dazzle Trump with a line-up of summits and events this weekend. "This is an enormously complex undertaking, there are so many things that will be challenging for Trump it's headspinning", said Daniel Benjamin, who travelled extensively on Air Force One as Bill Clinton's foreign policy speechwriter.
  • Rouhani leads Iran presidential race, expected to win

    Rouhani leads Iran presidential race, expected to win

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    Meanwhile, Kaveh Afrasiabi, an author and political scientist, said the participation of millions of voters in Iran's elections inside and overseas shows the "collective will" of Iranians to shape their own political destiny. Preliminary results put Rouhani ahead with 14 million votes. But the election comes at a tense moment in relations with the United States, with President Donald Trump still threatening to abandon the accord and visiting Iran's bitter regional rival Saudi Arabia this ...
  • Trump triggers trade renegotiations with Canada and Mexico

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    American Farm Bureau Federation President Zippy Duvall said in a statement: "The American Farm Bureau looks forward to working with the administration, Congress, other agricultural groups, and officials in Canada and Mexico to protect these important markets while also addressing issues that have limited the trade potential of us farmers and ranchers".
  • Cavs send Celtics to record loss, 130-86, lead series 2-0

    Cavs send Celtics to record loss, 130-86, lead series 2-0

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    Here's everything you need to know including Cavaliers vs. Celtics Game 2 live stream with the Watch TNT app and more. The Celtics didn't do anything at all Wednesday night to show they can roll with the Cleveland Cavaliers . But nothing worked as the Cavs reeled off a 34-11 run to end the first half. The Cleveland Cavaliers and Boston Celtics Game 2 kicks off at 8:30 p.m.
  • Russia Probe Names Current White House Official as 'Significant Person of Interest'

    Russia Probe Names Current White House Official as 'Significant Person of Interest'

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    The Times reported that the document has been circulated as the meeting's official account, read to the newspaper by one official and its general points confirmed by another. Also Friday, The Washington Post dropped its own bombshell , revealed that a current White House official who is "close to the president" has been identified as a significant person of interest in the investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation.