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North Korea threatens 'all-out war'


You read (Bill) Clinton's book and he said "Oh, we made such a great peace deal" and it was a joke. Pence also declared this week that "the era of strategic patience is over", and that while the "United States of America will always seek peace but under President Trump , the shield stands guard and the sword stands ready". Read More »

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn to halt Syria strikes if elected


To the dismay of many Britons who do business with Europe, she has declared, "no deal is better than a bad deal", a "bad" deal being one that may be accused of compromising Britain's sovereignty in any sense. Whatever common ground Labour people may have with them on Brexit, we can not ignore or forgive this. It seems that May and her party were woefully unprepared for a general election campaign. Read More »

Prime Minister Abe: Japan to Continue Close Cooperation With US


North Korea will celebrate the founding anniversary of the Korean People's Army (KPA) on Tuesday amid speculation that it may conduct its sixth nuclear test or launch a long-range missile. Officials in Seoul announced Monday the USS Carl Vinson is scheduled to hold a joint training exercise with South Korean naval ships. "Our revolutionary forces are combat-ready to sink a United States nuclear-powered aircraft carrier with a single strike", Rodong Sinmun, the newspaper of the North's ... Read More »

French stocks soar to near-decade highs as Macron tops poll


European Union spokesman Margaritis Schinas said that "the choice was a fundamental one". Macron topped Sunday's first round with 23.9 percent of votes, slightly ahead of National Front (FN) leader Le Pen with 21.4 percent, according to near-final results from the interior ministry. Read More »

AG Jeff Sessions praises NYPD after calling city 'soft on crime'


The Justice Department is threatening to cut off NY from a grant program named after an NYPD officer slain while protecting an immigrant because of New York's "sanctuary city" status - and knocking the city for being "soft on crime". "Did DOJ really say the NYPD is soft on crime?" responded NYPD spokesman J. Peter Donald on Twitter. Felony crimes in New York City are at their lowest level in recorded history. Read More »

Trump to hold rally in Pa., skip Correspondent's Dinner

ET rally at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex & Expo Center on April 29. "We will be celebrating the First Amendment at the White House Correspondents' Dinner next week, and we look forward to doing just that", said Reuters White House correspondent Jeff Mason, president of the association. Read More »

SC 'historic' verdict hangs PM's fate in balance


The case filed by various petitioners - Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf chief Imran Khan, Jamaat-i-Islami emir Sirajul Haq and Sheikh Rashid Ahmed - sought disqualification of Prime Minister Sharif over his alleged misstatement in his address to the nation on April 5 and his speech before the National Assembly on May 16, 2016. Read More »

Another United Airlines Passenger Threatened with Handcuffs to Give Seat Up


Mr Munoz said the company would no longer use law enforcement officers to remove passengers from overbooked flights. He has promised to review the airline's passenger-removal policy. United staff "shouldn't take precedence over the people who are paying", said Christie, adding, "That's why I think that the federal Department of Transportation has to stop the overbooking rules and give them latitude and take a breath". Read More »

Changes to Australian citizenship to focus on what's important to you


Other "sample questions" provided to The Daily Telegraph include "does Australia's principle of freedom of religion mean that in some situations it is permissible to force children to marry?" and "under what circumstances is it appropriate to prohibit girls from education?" The prime minister said five million people had committed to becoming Australian citizens since 1949, helping to secure and enrich the nation . Read More »

Could The U.K.'s Snap Election Signal A Softer Brexit Stance?

British Prime Minister Theresa May says the result of the country's upcoming national election is "not certain" despite the fact that polls suggest her Conservative Party is heading for a landslide victory. Labour doesn't support a second referendum on Britain's relationship with the European Union, a spokesperson for Jeremy Corbyn said this afternoon. Read More »

Long road back for veteran Ibrahimovic, admits United boss Mourinho


Speaking after the game, Mourinho said: "We cry because we have two important injuries in two incredible guys". If he can not play Thursday, he can not play Thursday and we play another one. "Marcos was probably in the best moment of his career". "If they have a insane mentality like I have, they would (play on Thursday)". Anthony Martial has endured a challenging second season at Manchester United, as he struggles to win over Jose Mourinho. Read More »

Researchers to look for signs of CTE in Aaron Hernandez's brain


Several former star players, including Junior Seau, Dave Duerson and Andre Waters, committed suicide and were later found to have CTE. Boston University researchers will study Aaron Hernandez's brain to determine if the former National Football League star suffered from the same degenerative brain disease as Hall of Famer Junior Seau and former Bears defensive back Dave Duerson, who also took their own lives. Read More »

Syrian aircraft moved from base struck by United States missiles


The finding was based on tests on bio-medical samples collected from three victims during their autopsies that were analyzed at two OPCW-designated laboratories, the OPCW said, according to Reuters . On 6 April, Israel's hard-line foreign minister Avigdor Lieberman said with "100 percent" certainty that Assad ordered and planned the chemical attack. Read More »

French presidential election at 2030 ET


The two go through to a second round on May 7. France held the first round of its presidential election on Sunday, and for the first time the country's modern history, neither of the two winners were from the main two political parties. Le Pen said the second round would be a battle over France's future, with her vision of a France out of the European Union and behind reinforced borders radically different from her opponent's. Read More »

Gold falls after French election result revives risk-on sentiment


But Macron's party spokesman, Benjamin Griveaux, said that Le Pen is hardly a vector of change. Le Pen, campaigning in a farmers' market in the small town of Rouvroy in northern France, told reporters Macron "runs for presidential election while having no program" on counterterrorism issues. Read More »

N.Korea detains United States citizen; at least 3rd American being held


Kim, who also goes by his Korean name Kim Sang-duk and is in his fifties, was detained by North Korean officials at Pyongyang International Airport as he attempted to leave the country, Park said. As of Sunday night, North Korea's official media had not reported on the detention. Warmbier was accused of committing a "hostile act" for allegedly trying to steal a political banner and was sentenced in March 2016 to 15 years hard labor. Read More »

Markets cheer Emmanuel Macron victory in French elections


Kantor highlighted that the 48-year-old National Front leader recently "made comments against the historic record of the Holocaust which makes her no less unsafe than her Holocaust-denying father who she has tried to hide". His deregulation policies, she said, would lead to unjust worldwide competition against France's business interests, mass immigration and free movement of terrorists. Read More »

Trump heads into tough week yet with budget, health care battles


White House budget chief Mick Mulvaney said the administration is prepared to make concessions to Democrats on health care reform in order to get the wall money. Secondly, the funding increase that is being requested for defence includes some money that will be used to help build Trump's wall. That's also the worst by far of any president since George H.W. Read More »

Milan pair face ignominious end to the season


A win would have moved them into seventh at the expense of their San Siro neighbours but, having led 2-1, they conceded three second-half goals in just eight minutes and ended up losing 5-4 despite Mauro Icardi completing a hat trick. "We went ahead in the first half and had to close out the game and end it there". "I can not explain what has happened over the last month". Meanwhile, Atalanta remain on course to qualify for the Europa League after running out 3-2 victors against Bologna at ... Read More »

Russia's Chief Rabbi: If Le Pen Wins, Run


Russia's Chief Rabbi Berel Lazar warned that French Jews should leave that country if extreme-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen, who is leading in the polls, should win the election. CRIF President Francis Kalifat on Friday said that Le Pen and Melenchon's growing popularity is "a real danger to our country's democracy". Unlike Le Pen, Mélenchon has been a huge critic of Israel and lambasted French Jews who support Israel. Read More »