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Putin also said on Russian TV that the level of trust has "deteriorated". "The world's two foremost nuclear powers can not have this kind of relationship", Tillerson said . Russian President Vladimir Putin denounced the strike as "act of aggression" and said it violated worldwide law. But it appears Mr Putin convinced Mr Tillerson that Moscow could force President Assad to relinquish power.
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    But in a sign that it may be too late to stop a runaway diplomatic crisis, a planned meeting with Mr Putin was taken off the agenda for when Mr Tillerson flies to Moscow on Wednesday. "We can't let this happen again". Then he headed to Europe to gather with the foreign ministers of the other major industrialized nations before venturing on eastward to become the first Trump Cabinet member to visit Moscow - and possibly meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
  • Jared Kushner Currently Visiting Iraq With Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff

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    Before his surprise trip to Iraq, Kushner had been preparing intensively for Thursday and Friday's meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping, which will take place at Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida. The White House confirmed last week that he had volunteered to be interviewed by the Senate Intelligence Committee. Sen. Barzani wrote on Twitter that the meeting was "productive" and said officials discussed the war against IS "and plans for the day after".
  • United Nations says not in position to comment on Kulbhushan Jadhav's death sentence

    United Nations says not in position to comment on Kulbhushan Jadhav's death sentence

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    And these two facts were communicated to Pakistan one year ago when the matter of his illegal custody came to our knowledge. "It was made clear to the Pakistan Government that given the circumstances of the case namely kidnapping of Jadhav, absence of any credible evidence to substantiate the concocted charges against him and the farcical nature of proceedings against him.
  • China urges peace as Japan's fleet supports Trump's 'armada'

    China urges peace as Japan's fleet supports Trump's 'armada'

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    Chinese media said Mr Xi told Mr Trump in yesterday's telephone call that China would maintain "communication and co-ordination" with Washington over the North Korean issue. Furthermore, Trump's missile strike on Syria for "crossing the line" and using chemical weapons against innocent civilians has exacerbated fears that the US might use force against North Korea.
  • British intelligence reportedly warned United States agencies about Trump-Russia links

    British intelligence reportedly warned United States agencies about Trump-Russia links

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    According to the report, GCHQ began passing information about contacts between Trump campaign officials and Russian operatives in late 2015. GCHQ passed the information it had uncovered along to USA intelligence agencies as part of the routine exchange of information and for the next six months until summer of 2016, U.S intelligence agencies were receiving information about the contacts from European agencies in Germany, Estonia and Poland.
  • Islamic State says US 'run by an idiot'

    Islamic State says US 'run by an idiot'

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    The leader of the Islamic State group, also known as ISIS, may have fled the group's final embattled stronghold of Mosul in Iraq using a series of coordinated suicide bombings. Meanwhile, a US-backed offensive is underway to dislodge ISIS from the remaining districts under its control in Mosul, 225 km away, the country's last city in which the jihadists hold significant ground.
  • Gold, silver hit five-month highs

    Gold, silver hit five-month highs

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    Spot gold was mostly unchanged at $US1,274.8 per ounce by 0633 AEST (1833 GMT). The dollar came under heavy pressure along with Treasury yields after Trump said that strength in the US currency would eventually hurt the economy. The dollar fell to a five-month low against the yen USDJPY, +0.21% and the ICE Dollar DXY, +0.31% dropped to an nearly two-week low after Trump's comment.
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    The EU will also support the UN-mediated intra-Syrian talks in Geneva to reach a political solution to the Syrian conflict. Writing in the Sunday Times, he said Vladimir Putin's Kremlin was to blame "by proxy" for the attack that killed 87 people, including 20 children, because it was the Syrian president's "principal backer".
  • FBI Obtained Warrant to Monitor Former Trump Adviser Carter Page's Communications

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    Asked if he knew from that article that he was one of the targets of the warrant, Page told TheDC: "To use a phrase a lot of people throw around nowadays: there was a whole lot of smoke". 'Something may have come up in a convers- I have no recollection, ' he said. I have no recollection'. In recent interviews, Page described himself as a "junior member" of Trump's foreign policy team, and has denied working on any Russia-related policies for the campaign.
  • Trump says he had good 'chemistry', 'bonding' with China's Xi

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    He said: "North Korea is looking for trouble". The development could mark a new willingness on China's behalf to use its economic might to stop North Korea's nuclear program. North Korea is ready to launch a nuclear test at its Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Site, the 38 North monitoring group reported .The 38 North analysis group described the test site as " primed and ready".
  • 'Charging Bull' Artist Calls for Removal of 'Fearless Girl' Statue

    'Charging Bull' Artist Calls for Removal of 'Fearless Girl' Statue

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    That case, which accused the companies of improperly using the bull image in television programs, photographs, commercials and other venues without permission, also ended with settlements, federal court records show. " Fearless Girl " makes a far more visceral point about the inexorable sway of capitalism than feminism, but then again, what exactly is the difference anymore? Anne McNally, head of public relations North America, for State Street Global Advisors, told 1010 WINS.