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Moon, Trump agree on close cooperation on N Korea: Seoul

Pyongyang's relations with Moon's conservative predecessor, Park Geun-hye, were extremely bad, but even so, the North is nearly certain to be cautious about any Moon proposals for increased engagement. This signals a major overhaul of Seoul's policy on North Korea. The plight of the "comfort women" has marred relations for decades, but the two governments reached a "final and irreversible" agreement in late 2015, with Japan offering an apology and a payment to survivors. Lire la suite »

World leaders congratulate Moon Jae-in on election win

In a December interview with the JoongAng Ilbo, Moon said North Korea would be the first country he visited if elected president, and that he would explain his reason for doing so to the U.S, Japan and China. Moon is expected to have his first conversation with Trump in a phone call on Wednesday, Yonhap news agency said, citing unnamed Seoul diplomats. He had promised during his campaign to renegotiate it. Lire la suite »

Trump is reportedly considering a massive White House shakeup


Spicer, they said, openly musing about replacing him and telling people in his circle that he kept his own press secretary out of the loop in dismissing Mr. However, he backed that up by saying it might be best to cancel all future press briefings and hand out "written responses for the sake of accuracy". Lire la suite »

McKinley Explains Vote for American Health Care Act

House of Representatives today passed the American Health Care Act, an inherently flawed bill that would do great harm to our patients". But remember Trump's previous pledges: " Insurance for everybody" or "no one will lose coverage" and "no cuts to Medicaid". Lire la suite »

Kerala DHSE, VHSE Class 12 Result Expected Today At Keralaresults


The result would also be available on the following sites of Kerala-, and The DHSE was envisioned as the central agency in charge of higher education in Kerala. Here's wishing all the students "Best of Luck". Another feather in the cap of DHSE Result was that 9,870 students were able to score A+ grades for all subjects.Moreover, it is fascinating to note out of the number of A+ grades 70 percent were girls. Lire la suite »

Election Commission's all-party meet on EVMs underway


AAP MLA Saurabh Bhardwaj, who had hacked a duplicate EVM on the floor of Delhi Assembly, told reporters that it was no longer if EVMs could be manipulated, but whether the recent polls could have been rigged. Interestingly, leaders of the Congress, the Trinamool Congress, the Janata Dal (United) and the Rastriya Janata Dal were present on the gallery of the House when Bhardwaj staged the demonstration. Lire la suite »

"Pas question de jouer les mentors", confie — Passation de pouvoir

Le vieux parti de Jean Jaurès et de Mitterrand menace en effet d'exploser, non seulement en raison du succès d'Emmanuel Macron, mais aussi d'un certain Manuel Valls, lequel a tenté de rejoindre le nouveau président français. Le nouveau président signera alors le procès-verbal de l'investiture avant de se voir présenter le grand collier de grand maître de la Légion d'honneur par le grand chancelier de l'ordre. Lire la suite »

Clapper: 'Our Institutions Are Under Assault' By President Trump

Fired FBI Director James Comey is willing to testify before Congress on the condition that he is able to do so in public, the New York Times reported Friday. No, I didn't [ask him]. "And I think as well, our institutions are under assault internally". Clapper told NBC in March that he didn't know of any evidence that demonstrated collusion between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign. Lire la suite »

North Korea launches new missile

North Korean state media said Monday that the missile Pyongyang test-fired a day earlier is a new weapon, able to carry a heavy nuclear warhead to unprecedented distances - possibly as far as US soil. North Korea's past satellite rocket launches have been called clandestine tests of ICBM technology, but it is not believed to have tested a true intercontinental ballistic missile yet. Lire la suite »

17 killed while attempting jailbreak in Papua New Guinea


Three were captured and 57 are still at large. Authorities have warned that the escaped inmates, some of them still awaiting trial, pose a serious threat to the safety of the area. In February past year, 12 Buimo prisoners were shot dead in a breakout by 90 prisoners who had overpowered guards at the main gate. Local NGOs and Amnesty International have previously called on the PNG government to hold an wide ranging inquiry into prison escapes and conditions. Lire la suite »

Pentagon intelligence chief warns of Afghan gains being lost


But many Afghan observers agree on one thing: Without a complimentary political policy aimed at bolstering the weak Kabul government, pressing fractious leaders to get along and fending off the country's meddlesome neighbors, no USA military surge alone can solve the broader problems that have made peace and stability so elusive. Lire la suite »

5 moments Donald Trump and James Comey were at odds

Spicer, Sanders , Pence and other top White House officials have vigorously denied that the FBI's Russian Federation investigation was part of the president's calculus when he chose to fire Comey. In the interview with NBC News , the president also revealed he had planned to fire Mr Comey all along - contradicting the previously stated reason that he sacked him on the advice of his attorney general Jeff Sessions, as well as his deputy attorney general. Lire la suite »

China's Xi says Belt and Road needs to reject protectionism


Xi also pledged an additional assistance worth 60 billion yuan (US $9.5 billion) for developing countries and worldwide organisations participating in the initiative to improve people's well-being over the next three years. Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif while addressing the summit signalled that Pakistan is ready for a dialogue with India, and offered to accommodate "all countries" in the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). Lire la suite »

New North Korean Missile Launched

North Korea's past satellite rocket launches have been called clandestine tests of ICBM technology, but it is not believed to have tested a true intercontinental ballistic missile yet. U.S. President Donald Trump issued a brief statement calling for tougher sanctions. Italian Premier Paolo Gentiloni says the G-7 summit his country is hosting later this month will discuss how to deal with the risk North Korea's missile launchings pose to global security. Lire la suite »

2nd of 4 Confederate monuments removed


So, last month, we took the monument down. The demonstrators were separated by metal barriers set up by the police and heckled each other from opposite sides of the barricade. Reese's rejection of an injunction means the city can remove the statue pending further proceedings in his court. "What fueled it in New Orleans was how prominent they were in the city". Lire la suite »

Senate committee subpoenas Michael Flynn for Russian Federation documents, reports say


In announcing the subpoena, the Senate Intelligence Committee said that Flynn "declined, through counsel, to cooperate with the Committee's request". Flynn was sacked by Trump after less than a month on the job. Robert Kelner, Flynn's attorney, did not return a call for comment Wednesday. Stone, Page, Flynn and former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort all received similar requests for information, a person familiar with the Senate investigation said. Lire la suite »

Backed Syrian forces expect Raqqa assault soon, await weapons


The SDF was conducting clearance operations after seizing Tabaqa and the nearby dam on Wednesday, said the Syrian observatory for Human Rights. The US military command in the Middle East, Centcom, confirmed the "liberation" of Tabaqa. Ankara is concerned that the Syrian Kurds are plotting to create their own state in Syria along the Turkish border and says the YPG is the Syrian arm of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), a separatist rebel group that has been fighting the Turkish state ... Lire la suite »

Trump to host Turkish president at White House on May 16


Using one terrorist group to destroy another is unworthy of serious states, Turkey's prime minister said Friday while criticizing a US decision to arm the PKK/PYD to defeat Daesh in Syria. Turkey's Prime Minister has bitterly criticised the U.S. government over its support for Kurds fighting so-called Islamic State in Syria just a few days ahead of a summit between Donald Trump and is own president. Lire la suite »

Salvador Sobral of Portugal wins 2017 Eurovision song contest in Kiev

But the glitzy contest was marred by the ongoing fighting with Moscow-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine and Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko opted not to attend after four civilian deaths. Romania fielded a duo that combined rap and yodelling. There was some controversy during a mid-show performance by last year's victor, Jamala of Ukraine, when a man draped in an Australian flag jumped on stage beside her and bared his bottom to the audience before a security guard dragged him off ... Lire la suite »

French President-elect Emmanuel Macron begins official duties at WWII ceremony


Valls", Jean-Paul Delevoye, who chooses Macron's party's candidates, told Europe 1 radio yesterday. Macron's rival Marine Le Pen courted a much younger voting demographic. To qualify, would-be candidates, including total newcomers to politics, filled extensive on-line applications with CVs and explanatory letters for pre-screening and follow-up interviews, according to local media interviews with some of them. Lire la suite »

Global cyber attack hits systems in 150 countries

Symantec, a cybersecurity company, forecast infections so far would cost tens of millions of dollars, mostly from cleaning corporate networks. The main challenge, he said, was the fast-spreading capabilities of the malware, but added that so far, not many people have paid the ransoms that the virus demands. Lire la suite »

Ransomware cyber-attack threat escalating - Europol


Oliver Gower, of the UK's National Crime Agency, said: "Cyber criminals may believe they are anonymous but we will use all the tools at our disposal to bring them to justice". WannaCry has already caused massive disruption around the globe. Chinese media reported Sunday that students at several universities were hit, blocking access to their thesis papers and dissertation presentations. Lire la suite »