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However, with the more-recent revelation of Manafort's decade-long pro-Russia agenda and investigations into his off-shore bank accounts, it seemed only a matter of time before the situation received more clarity. In a statement issued on Wednesday, Manafort spokesman Jason Maloni said that the former Trump adviser has been in discussions with federal authorities since before the election about registering under FARA.
  • Xi Jinping stresses China's DPRK concerns in talk with Donald Trump

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    Mr Trump made his comments as a United States naval strike group headed towards the Korean peninsula. The Global Times , a nationalist newspaper affiliated with the Communist Party, warned that a nuclear test now would represent a "slap in the face" to the US government and could prompt China to restrict oil sales to North Korea .
  • Japan warships to join US fleet near N. Korea

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    President Trump says he warned Chinese President Xi Jinping about the danger North Korea poses during their Wednesday phone call. The CCTV report was issued shortly after the conversation. "We have two very different countries, two very different peoples". Tack predicted that China would "definitely react to and try to prevent" a USA strike on North Korea , as the U.S.
  • No doubt Syria used chemical weapons

    No doubt Syria used chemical weapons

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    The U.S.is "not getting along with Russian Federation at all" and the relations between the two countries "may be at an all-time low", U.S. President Donald Trump said Wednesday. "That's a butcher. That's a butcher", Trump said of Assad. Russia's General Staff says the Syrian government is willing to let worldwide experts to examine its military base for signs of chemical weapons.
  • China Opens Access for US Beef

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    During the two-day summit, which focused on bilateral trade issues and military cooperation, Trump commented on the " tremendous progress " the USA had made with China. But, not before calling his first face-to-face encounter with U.S. President Donald Trump a "success". He said he told Xi last week: "The way you're going to make a good trade deal is to help us with North Korea, otherwise we're just going to go it alone".
  • Trump's intelligence doubts parroted by Russian Federation

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    In reality, however, one is still expected, with the Russian business outlet, RBC, quoting government sources' saying it will take place. Here's the background to Tillerson's crucial trip to Moscow. Putin says militants are preparing more "provocations" to blame Damascus. Last week, a senior State Department official briefing reporters ahead of Tillerson's visit said the administration is still hopeful it can expand cooperation with Moscow on issues such as counter-terrorism, but officials ...
  • PM to meet EU's Tusk for Brexit discussions

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    Spain contests the UK's claim to Gibraltar and draft EU Brexit negotiating guidelines have sparked a row over the British overseas territory. Members of the European Parliament call "for both sides to act in good faith and full transparency so as to ensure an orderly exit".
  • Paul Manafort to register with government as foreign agent

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    It won't be the first time that it is done less than eagerly. Manafort's lobbying for a foreign client ended before he began working on Trump's presidential campaign "and was not conducted on behalf of the Russian government", spokesman Jason Maloni said in a statement.
  • Global Geo-political Series US sends powerful armada to Korean waters

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    The White House has not released any details. Xi also said China and the U.S. should promote economic cooperation, expand exchanges in military, law enforcement, cyber and people-to-people areas, enhance communication and coordination in major global and regional issues, through the newly established four-pronged dialogue mechanism.
  • Xi tells Trump he hopes for "peaceful" resolution to N. Korea tensions

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    After a productive phone call between President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping, Chinese state-run media reportedthat a force of 150,000 troops went to North Korea's border. "I think China can help us", he said. Washington's ultimate concern is the North's developing ability to mount a nuclear warhead on an intercontinental missile, which it should be able to master in the next few years.