Global News

Sunday's missile was launched at 0759 GMT from a location near Pukchang, 60 km (36 miles) northeast of the capital Pyongyang, an area where North Korea attempted to test-launch another missile last month but failed, South Korea's Office of Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a statement.
  • Turkey's Erdogan re-elected as party leader

    Turkey's Erdogan re-elected as party leader

    Global News

    Supporters of Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan attend a congress of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) in Ankara, Turkey, Sunday, May 21, 2017. Erdogan warned that the state of emergency imposed after the coup "won't be lifted until there is peace and prosperity". Turkey blames the network of US -based cleric Fethullah Gulen for the July 15 coup attempt that left almost 270 dead- a charge Gulen has denied.
  • Donald Trump Reportedly Wants Flynn Back in the White House

    Donald Trump Reportedly Wants Flynn Back in the White House

    Global News

    CNN reports that intelligence officials noticed an uptick in communication after the event between Flynn and Russia's ambassador to Washington , Sergey Kislyak . The news agency went on to report that those 18 contacts are being closely examined by both the Federal Bureau of Investigation and members of House and Senate intelligence committees attempting to find evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin.
  • Survation poll finds UK Conservatives' lead narrows after policy launch

    Global News

    He did concede that immigration "will probably be lower" after Brexit. Appearing on Sky News he said engaging with republicans was necessary to help bring about peace in Northern Ireland. "The message is getting through". "The whole discussion and the whole debate is unravelling from the Tory point of view, because people are saying 'Hang on, why are so many young people in such stress?" "Although the Tory (Conservative) lead is shrinking, the slow rate of change means that it will be ...
  • Trump urges Muslim leaders to 'drive out terrorists'

    Global News

    In Trump's Sunday speech, which is the centerpiece of his two-day visit to Saudi Arabia, he will address 50 Muslim and Arab leaders and urge them to "drive out the terrorists from your places of worship". Two different sources provided the AP with copies of the draft of his remarks, billed as a marquee speech of the trip. But on Sunday, Trump was full of praise for Muslim world's history and culture.
  • Russian FM mocks US media over intelligence-sharing reports

    Russian FM mocks US media over intelligence-sharing reports

    Global News

    But there have been no denials that Trump exposed classified information or a security source. The sharing of classified information with other governments is not uncommon, but in this case Trump went beyond what Bossert believed had been authorized, two USA officials said.
  • Shkodran Mustafi hopeful Arsenal can qualify for Champions League

    Shkodran Mustafi hopeful Arsenal can qualify for Champions League

    Global News

    Arsenal is three points behind fourth-place Manchester City, and four points behind third-place Liverpool with a game in hand. "So we have to show that we can focus in every single game and certainly, we have to use the squad in a very efficient way because we play four games of top intensity in 10 days".
  • Special prosecutor abruptly named to probe Trump-Russia ties

    Special prosecutor abruptly named to probe Trump-Russia ties

    Global News

    In his new role as special counsel, Mueller will have wide latitude to take the investigation wherever he thinks it should go and can use the full range of Justice Department investigative tools, said Jack Sharman, an attorney who served as special counsel during a probe into the Whitewater real-estate investments of President Bill Clinton in 1995.
  • Pa. jobless rate bumps up, payrolls shrink in April

    Global News

    Blame the low unemployment rate, Horvath said. Two other states, Colorado and OR, also had record-low unemployment rates in April. Job gains were reported in sectors including professional and business services, leisure and hospitality, financial activities and local government.
  • Comey to testify on role in FBI's Russian Federation inquiry

    Comey to testify on role in FBI's Russian Federation inquiry

    Global News

    Among Trump's senior White House advisers are several former campaign officials, including his son-in-law Jared Kushner, Steve Bannon, Stephen Miller and Kellyanne Conway. While Comey was reportedly uncomfortable with the president's improper boundaries and conduct before he was sacked, sources say Comey hadn't come to any conclusions about the president's intent until he lost his job.