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The fuss over the USA bringing in more THAAD anti-missile launchers now has some American analysts questioning whether Moon might be playing into the hands of China. Wee Seung-ho, deputy defense minister of policy, has ordered his team to delete crucial pieces of information from a report to Moon's security team, Yoon Young-chan, senior secretary for public relations, said in a press briefing.
  • Trump says he's calling it a 'travel ban'

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    He had assured his citizens not to be alarmed about an increased police presence on London's streets after the attack . Trump said he had spoken with British Prime Minister Theresa May to express America's "unwavering support" and offer US assistance as the British government works to protect its citizens and bring the guilty to justice.
  • Man jumps into moving car to save driver having a seizure

    Man jumps into moving car to save driver having a seizure

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    That's when a resident, identified as Randy Tompkins , made his move. A dash cam in a police auto travelling behind the vehicle recorded Tompkins diving through the passenger window and putting on the brake. He put two fingers into the convulsing driver's mouth to prevent him from swallowing his tongue. Police said the male, in his late 20s or early 30s, was taken to KSB Hospital in Dixon.
  • Multiple fatalities in Florida workplace shooting

    Multiple fatalities in Florida workplace shooting

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    The mass shooting came a week before the first anniversary of the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando - the deadliest mass shooting in United States history. "Over the past year, the Orlando community has been challenged like never before". Gov. Rick Scott has issued a statement after a shooting with multiple victims asking "all Floridians to pray for the families impacted by this senseless act of violence".
  • China will take the lead as Trump scores climate change own

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    After the announcement, many of our allies publicly denounced the U.S. - but, privately, reacted with relief that the USA had cleared the field for countries who take climate change seriously to ramp up their efforts. "The American government may have pulled out of the agreement, but the American people remain committed to it". An initial promise of $3 billion has only been partially fulfilled , and the remaining payments won't be coming under Trump.
  • India committed to Paris agreement: Harsh Vardhan

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    November 2020 is the earliest possible date for the United States to legally withdraw from the Paris agreement . "The U.S. reneging on its commitment to the Paris Agreement renders it a rogue state on the global stage", Robinson said .
  • Many US business leaders disappointed at Trump's Paris withdrawal

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    Merkel says Germany and others "will combine our forces more resolutely than ever.to address and tackle big challenges for humanity such as climate change". "We don't want other leaders and other countries laughing at us anymore". "There is nothing to renegotiate here", European Union climate commissioner Miguel Arias Canete told reporters in Brussels.
  • Iraq paramilitary troops take strategic town west of Mosul

    Iraq paramilitary troops take strategic town west of Mosul

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    The official called on the warring sides to "protect the children and keep them out of harm's way at all times, in line with their obligations under humanitarian law". Extrajudicial executions during an armed conflict are war crimes and if widespread or systematic, carried out as part of policy, would constitute crimes against humanity, it said.
  • Canadian killed in London terror attack: Trudeau

    Canadian killed in London terror attack: Trudeau

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    He previously had commented via a series of Twitter posts. The Prime Minister Theresa May made a statement outside No 10 on Sunday morning. Police officers and members of the emergency services attend to a person injured in a terror attack on London Bridge.
  • Pelosi objects to subpoenas issued by GOP intel chairman

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    Cohen said Tuesday that he had declined to participate in both the House and Senate intelligence committee investigations. The panel this week also subpoenaed the National Security Agency, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Central Intelligence Agency, demanding information on why the names of Trump campaign and transition staffers who communicated with Russian officials appeared un-redacted, or "unmasked", in intelligence reports that were later leaked to the press.