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His top economic and national security advisers refused to answer questions during a press briefing Saturday. It was unclear whether those meetings would still take place. In Trump's speech at the NATO summit in Brussels, he did briefly mention the "the commitments that bind us together as one", but he didn't give NATO what it wanted : an explicit endorsement of Article 5, which says that when invoked, NATO allies must aid a fellow ally under attack.
  • 'Swordsman' leads prosecution against impeached Park

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    Tuesday s opening session was Park s first public appearance since she was taken into custody in March . Park was impeached by the parliament after revelations of her participation in a massive graft scandal centered on Choi that also implicated a number of the country's top corporate heads.
  • BA travelers face third day of delays, cancellations

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    Some shops at the airport had run out of food and many people slept on the floor on mats and blankets. The operator of Dubai International Airport declined to comment on the passenger situation at the airport, directing inquiries to BA. Travellers also faced hold-ups at Gatwick, but no flights were cancelled. British Airways canceled all flights fr. The compensation is not automatic - customers have to write a letter of complaint to the airline.
  • Threat coming from North Korea entering new stage: Japan PM Shinzo Abe

    Threat coming from North Korea entering new stage: Japan PM Shinzo Abe

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    President Moon said he was pleased with the phone discussion he had held with President Trump, and will send a special envoy to the United States this week to follow up that talk and prepare the official visit. might ask South Korea to pay for THAAD, the USA missile shield deployed against North Korean missiles. The United States has been discussing possible new U.N.
  • Trump condemns 'alleged leaks' of Manchester bomb intelligence

    Trump condemns 'alleged leaks' of Manchester bomb intelligence

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    Photos, apparently showing bloodstained fragments of the bomb, appeared in the New York Times . Profits will go to a fund for the families of the victims. He added that Abedi's father would be "distraught" at his son's actions. Manchester's Libyan community held a meeting Wednesday night on combating radicalism, he said.
  • Leaks of Manchester bomb probe 'reprehensible,' will stop - United States envoy

    Leaks of Manchester bomb probe 'reprehensible,' will stop - United States envoy

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    Ms Rudd said on Wednesday morning she was "irritated" by the early release of Salman Abedi's name and had made "very clear" to American counterparts that no further leaks should happen. "These relationships enable us to collaborate and share privileged and sensitive information". "The issue is being raised at every relevant level by the British authorities with their USA counterparts".
  • United Kingdom officials 'furious' over U.S. intelligence leaks

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    Bin Salem said Abedi's mother told investigators her son left for the United Kingdom four days before the attack after spending a month in Libya. He said he fled Tripoli in 1993 after Moammar Gadhafi's security authorities issued an arrest warrant and eventually sought political asylum in Britain.
  • Mudslide, Flood Deaths Rise To 126; 97 Missing

    Mudslide, Flood Deaths Rise To 126; 97 Missing

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    One of the worst affected areas is reported to be the south-western district of Kalutara. He also said that China and Sri Lanka are traditional friendly neighbors, adding that China believes the Sri Lankan people will definitely be able to overcome the disasters and rebuild their homeland under the leadership of the Sri Lankan Government.
  • Key Players Arrested In Manchester

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    Police released photographs from security cameras showing Abedi on the night of the massacre, wearing jeans and trainers, a black bodywarmer and a baseball cap, with the straps of his backpack visible on his shoulders. Photos showed an army bomb-disposal unit at the property. U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says the United States takes "full responsibility" for the leaking of information from Britain's investigation of the Manchester concert bombing.
  • Manchester investigation at 'full tilt' - another arrested today

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    Police say they are also searching a new property in the Moss Side area of the city. The scale of the challenge has emerged in the aftermath of the Manchester suicide bombing that claimed 22 lives and injured 119 others. "I believe we can get them to be more successful in working with us to find a way of getting some of that information". The British Red Cross announced the amount raised in a fundraising drive for the Manchester victims and survivors has reached £5.65 million, having ...
  • N. Korea fires ballistic missile: S. Korea, Japan

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    Pacific Command said on Sunday. The isolated regime has been stepping up efforts to develop an intercontinental ballistic missile that can deliver a nuclear warhead to the continental United States. Moon says sanctions alone have failed to resolve the growing threat from the North's advancing nuclear and missile programme. Trump has alternated between bellicosity and flattery in his public statements about North Korea, but his administration is still working to solidify a policy to ...