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Trump willing to try engagement with North Korea, on conditions: Seoul

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The Security Council condemned the test. "And he said he looks forward to cooperating closely with President Moon in resolving the North Korean nuclear issue so as to produce an outcome", Hong said. Unlike his two conservative predecessors, Moon, a liberal, has emphasized the importance of dialogue in dealing with North Korea, saying that his predecessors' hard line, which focused on sanctions, had failed to prevent the North from expanding its nuclear weapons and missiles arsenal. Read More »

Canada warns it may cancel US jet buy over Bombardier probe

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Boeing vice-president Raymond Conner said the sale of cheap, subsidized planes to Delta Air Lines helped build momentum for Bombardier to enter a new market. "Today we are at a critical moment", Conner told the seven-member U.S. International Trade Commission. The preliminary ruling on the 100- to 150-seat planes is due by June 12. Read More »

Conservatives warn of '£58bn black hole' in Labour spending plans

A statement on the organisation's website from DMA secretary Alan Cummings reads: "We are proud to announce that Jeremy Corbyn MP, Leader of the Labour Party will address this year's Durham Miners' Gala on Saturday, July 8". However, Labour did not provide detailed costs for a plan to nationalise railways, the Royal Mail and parts of the energy industry. So, in England and Wales at least, it will be the top 5% of taxpaying adults (i.e. Read More »

BC Greens break through, capture three seats

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Minister of Environment and Climate Change Catherine McKenna told reporters in Ottawa Wednesday she looks forward to working with any party that forms the government. As far as past conflict with Horgan, Weaver says they are both passionate people who are passionate about people. The B.C. Liberals raked in $13 million in 2016, more than some federal parties, in the province notorious for having no limit to personal, corporate or union donations. Read More »

OnePlus 5 launching this summer

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Readers are advised to take the information with a hefty pinch of salt as OnePlus has not officially confirmed anything about OnePlus 5 specs , price or its exact release date. In terms of other specifications, OnePlus 5 will feature a 5.5-inch Full HD sAMOLED display. A new Weibo leak by Kumamoto Technology suggests that the phone will have a 3,600 mAh battery with 25 percent improvement in charging time. Read More »

Killer flew Aussie schoolgirl to NY for sex

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Police alleged the teenager travelled from the west African nation to Sydney via Paris, which took several days. An African girl has been taken to hospital in Sydney after escaping from a house where she was allegedly held captive and repeatedly sexually assaulted. Read More »

Galaxy S8 Daydream Support Coming Soon

As in, headsets that work independently, without having to be tied to a smartphone or PC. "We asked , how can we take the best parts of smartphone VR and create a kind of device with an even better experience", Google VP for VR Clay Bavor said on stage. Read More »

Senate panel chairman: Flynn won't honor sub... 12:25 pm Thu

Flynn "is not cooperating so far". Flynn's lawyer, Robert Kelner, had already told the panel he would not voluntarily provide the documents responsive to an earlier April 28 request. Chafetz said the rationale is that within the executive branch, a president must be able to receive candid advice from his closest staff without any of them having to fear being called to testify in full. Read More »

1 in 6 newlywed spouses are of different race or ethnicity

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Currently, there are 11 million people - or 1 out of 10 married people - in the United States with a spouse of a different race or ethnicity, according to a Pew Research Center analysis of U.S. "Part of it is about numbers", says Pew senior researcher Gretchen Livingston, a co-author of the report."The pool of potential spouses in urban areas in the US tends to be a bit more diverse in terms of race and ethnicity than the pool in rural areas, so that fact in and of itself can increase the ... Read More »

Democrats seek impeachment of President Trump

Democratic politicians have been making the case for impeachment across the mainstream media ever since Trump's interview last week with NBC News's Lester Holt, when he said the decision to fire the Federal Bureau of Investigation director was his alone and that he was considering "the Russian Federation thing" when he handed down the dismissal directive via a letter delivered by the president's longtime security guard. Read More »

Donald Trump Polls: Plurality Want to Impeach President

President Trump is not above the law. "I have no clue to be honest", said another Democratic operative when asked what party strategists made of the politics of impeachment after The New York Times reported on a Comey memo that alleges Trump asked the then-FBI director to drop his probe of the president's first national security advisor. Read More »

Tornados Hit Texas, Oklahoma And Wisconsin

The National Weather Service reported more than 20 tornadoes occurred throughout the central United States, where one person died in Wisconsin and another in Oklahoma . Daily says he walked among the debris and helped free a man who was buried under a refrigerator and debris. Tyson was hanging around the fringes of the trailer park hoping authorities would let him back in to check on his property and, hopefully, find some clothes. Read More »

Turkey ready to retaliate against any threats, Erdogan warns

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Cavusoglu said Trump's administration seems more understanding about Turkey's security concerns. "To send a clear message that these acts of violence will not be tolerated, I ask that you immediately look into this matter and bring all appropriate criminal charges before these individuals leave the United States". Read More »

McMaster: Intel Trump Shared With Russia 'Wholly Appropriate'

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The classified information had been shared with the president by an ally, violating the confidentiality of an intelligence-sharing agreement with that country, the official said . The newspaper said it was withholding details of the intelligence, such as the name of the city, to avoid jeopardizing intelligence capabilities. According to Drobnitsky, there is a big difference between the discussion of terrorist threats and leaks of certain data that can be considered "sensitive". Read More »

Toujours sans nouvelles de Bernard Larivière — Disparition

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Ce jour-là, l'homme de 59 ans, qui réside dans le secteur Le Gardeur, à Repentigny, devait se rendre à son travail à la compagnie Pratt & Whitney, à Longueuil. Le policier qui lui aurait donné le constat d'infraction n'aurait rien remarqué dans le comportement du conducteur bien que ce dernier aurait roulé à contresens. Read More »

U.S. 'refuses' to let Benjamin Netanyahu accompany Donald Trump to Western Wall

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The call was not listed on the Prime Minister's schedule or on the White House schedule, but Haaretz reported it was Trump who called Netanyahu after the US president spoke with Jordan's King Abdullah. Despite the Kotel's significance in Judaism and Israel's control over a united Jerusalem , the global community-including the US -does not officially recognize the Western Wall as part of Israel. Read More »

Europe Electronics Ban Could Cost Airline Passengers $1 Billion

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But U.S. aviation-security officials appear determined to ban large electronic devices in the cabin of flights from Europe. The US Department of Homeland Security sparked deep concern in Europe last week when it said it would soon decide on extending to European airlines a carry-on computer ban on flights from eight mostly Muslim countries. Read More »

New forces for economic growth

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India has expressed its clear objection to join China's "Belt and Road Forum" - also known as "One Belt, One Road"-, sparking debate of OBOR status after India's refusal, but a state-run Chinese daily has termed Indian move a "partly a show" for domestic politics aimed at piling pressure to get Beijing's "special attention". Read More »

Ivanka Trump trolled over having name tent without a title

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The roundtable was a follow-up to a February discussion about human trafficking, White House spokeswoman Lindsay Walters said. Reporters were allowed into the room for approximately three minutes of the meeting, during which Ivanka Trump touted the importance of combatting modern slavery, calling it " a moral and strategic interest domestically and overseas". Read More »

United States airstrikes target pro-Assad forces in Syria

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The airstrikes took place Thursday and hit a tank and possibly other targets in southern Syria that appeared to be an advancing Shia militant group that the coalition deemed a threat to its allies on the ground, according to the defense official who spoke on the condition of anonymity. Read More »

Hanford Nuclear Site: Tunnel Collapse Causes Workers to 'Take Cover'

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The tunnels, which measure hundreds of feet, were used at the beginning of the 1950s to store contaminated equipment and the cave-in apparently took place in an area where the two join together. New Jersey Rep. Frank Pallone said the incident underscores the need for the Department of Energy to take all necessary precautions to ensure the safety and security of workers. Read More »

The world's richest people have been left with a fortune of trump

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Bloomberg - The world's richest people lost $35 billion Wednesday when global equity markets were rocked by political turmoil in the US, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index . Markets have been rocked by news about President Donald Trump's ties to Russian Federation and his firing of FBI Director James Comey. The MSCI All-Country World Index fell 1.2 per cent, and bank stocks were the worst performers. Read More »

Answers from Yates, more questions for White House

According to intelligence officials, the two discussed sanctions imposed by President Barack Obama to punish Russian Federation for its efforts to interfere with the 2016 presidential election. The warning, first reported by NBC News , came up during a discussion of White House personnel. "This was a problem because not only did we believe that the Russians knew this but that they likely had proof of this information", she said. Read More »

Russian foreign minister mocks media over Trump disclosures

Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov pauses during talks with the Cyprus' foreign minister Ioannis Kasoulides, at the foreign ministry in capital Nicosia, Cyprus, on Thursday, May 18, 2017. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Thursday he saw "no secrets" in USA media reports of apparent security threats by Islamic state that were divulged by President Donald Trump last week. Read More »