• Assad allies say U.S. attack on Syria air base crosses "red lines"

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    Fifty-seven percent said they approve of the strikes, which were ordered by President Trump in response to a suspected chemical weapons attack by Syrian President Bashar Assad, the CBS News poll said. would focus on stabilizing the situation in Syria. U.S. officials said the presence of Russian advisers at the airfield used to launch the attack raised questions about how they could not have known.
  • North Korea says it 'will go to war' if USA provokes it

    North Korea says it 'will go to war' if USA provokes it

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    On Thursday, the U.S. dropped the largest non-nuclear bomb - a Massive Ordnance Air Blast (MOAB) - on Islamic State positions in Afghanistan, a move the Trump administration said was aimed at denying the group's freedom of movement. "Trump is always making provocations with his aggressive words", he said. The adviser also said Mr Pence expected to talk about the "belligerence" of North Korea at stops in Tokyo, Jakarta and in Sydney.
  • Mistaken coalition airstrike in Syria kills 18 US-backed local forces

    Mistaken coalition airstrike in Syria kills 18 US-backed local forces

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    The first incident was December 18, 2015 when a strike hit Iraqi army forces in Fallujah, killing about 25 soldiers. A U.S. Air Force F-15E Strike Eagle fighter aircraft roars off into the sky over Afghanistan Oct. Army Col. Joe Scrocca, a Baghdad-based spokesman for the coalition. The U.S. military is supporting Syrian Democratic Forces with airstrikes, helicopter gunships and Marine artillery in the battle around Tabqah, which is part of an overall offensive to isolate and then clear ...
  • North Korea Might Be Preparing For Another Nuclear Test Soon

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    Pyongyang has invited a large contingent of foreign media to cover the events, and the modern and shiny new residential street is clearly one of the places they most wanted the foreigners to see. "After listening for 10 minutes, I realized it's not so easy", Trump said . "But it's not what you would think". "I think he wants to help us with North Korea", but added that if support it not forthcoming "we're just going to go it alone".
  • Chinese experts play down chances of US-North Korea fighting

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    North Korea has warned that a "big event" is near, and USA officials say signs point to a nuclear test that could come as early as this weekend. Tensions are deepening as the U.S. Oh, by the way.Vice President Pence will be in South Korea today. "So no matter what the outside world thinks, I came here to enjoy Black Day". There is a school of thought that Kim will use his nukes if he feels that the United States is about to overthrow the regime.Since he can't hit the United States, he would ...
  • Stowaway scorpion stings man on United Airlines flight

    Stowaway scorpion stings man on United Airlines flight

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    Lawyer Thomas Demetrio said that his client had suffered concussion, a broken nose and lost two front teeth in the episode which sparked global outrage as video film went viral. The legislation, expected this spring, is to outline what passengers can expect from airlines in situations such as bumping from overbooked planes or for lost or damaged luggage.
  • "I said it was obsolete. It's no longer obsolete".

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    Despite Trump's assertion last year, North Atlantic Treaty Organisation has been involved in counter-terror activities for years, including commanding International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan from 2003 to 2014. "Instinctively, you would say, 'Isn't that a ridiculous thing, '" he said of the bank he once panned as "featherbedding" and pledged to eliminate. The president also expressed support for the Export-Import Bank, which guarantees loans for US companies.
  • China urges correcting historical injustice to allow Palestinian state

    China urges correcting historical injustice to allow Palestinian state

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    Palestinians must be allowed to build an independent state, China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Thursday after meeting Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyad al-Maliki, who pushed Beijing to do more in the Middle East peace process. Al-Maliki said the two-state solution is the only way to resolve conflict in the region and that establishing the Palestinian state is the "cornerstone of the fight against terrorism".
  • UK: Sarin-like gas used in Syria chemical attack

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    Wicker told the Stennis Press Forum on Tuesday that sarin gas and chemical weapons are both forms of weapons of mass-destruction, the use of which is a "red line" allowing the U.S.to act on its vital national security interests. "That crosses many, many lines, beyond a red line, many, many lines". President Assad appears to be casting doubt on whether an attack on Khan Sheikhun happened at all.
  • Massive vigil held at North Park Elementary School in San Bernardino

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    But most of all, as Karen Smith and Jonathan Martinez are laid to rest, we must first imagine, then act to create, an America in which there are fewer and fewer guns. "In a world where individuals are against one another and taking deadly actions every day, we could all learn a great deal from those with Williams syndrome whose most extraordinary gift is the gift of natural joy and understanding, and their incredible ability to share their joy with everyone they meet".