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Ready to respond to USA aggression: North Korea

Speaking aboard the USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier at the US Yokosuka naval base in Tokyo Bay, Mr Pence said the Trump administration would continue to "work diligently" with allies like Japan, China and other global powers to apply economic and diplomatic pressure on Pyongyang. Read More »

Warren On Trump's Taxes: 'People Are Going To Keep Demanding It'


The President and his party are already looking ahead to tax reform. While protesters kept to the sidewalks, some who drove by honked their horns in support. Since the resignation of Richard Nixon, all presidential candidates of both parties have released their tax returns prior to the election. "We as Americans have the right to know". Read More »

Israel rejects negotiations with jailed Palestinian hunger strikers


As over 1,500 Palestinian prisoners launch a collective hunger strike on Palestinian Prisoners' Day , Palestinian prisoners, political organizations and social movements have issued statements and positions on the strike. The open-ended strike of Palestinians is in response to the poor conditions and the Israeli policy of detention, in which they are being jailed since the 1980s without any trial. Read More »

Cuba, Morocco reestablish diplomatic ties after 37 years


The ceremony was attended by the Cuban representative to the UN Anayansi Rodriguez and her Moroccan peer Omar Hilale. Both governments re-established their diplomatic relations drawn by the mutual will to develop friendly and cooperative relations between both nations on the political, economic, cultural fields, among others. Read More »

Des Femen manifestent près du bureau de vote de Marine Le Pen


Autour de lui, des dizaines de drapeaux tricolores ou "Marine présidente" virevoltent, tenus par des militants tous enthousiastes et confiants pour la suite. "Personne ne va voter pour lui car parmi les candidats, 50% étaient contre l'Europe!" est-il persuadé. "Les Français vont comprendre, on souffre!", explique pour sa part Roger, 63 ans, retraitée habitant Lens. Read More »

Death toll in Afghan base attack rises to 140, officials say

Noor said. It wasn't. It was the Taliban. "When they started hitting other soldiers, we understood that it was a terrorist attack", Zabihullah told Reuters from his hospital bed, wounded by an explosion. Especially remarkable about the Friday attack was its location: The assailants struck on the outskirts of Mazar-i-Sharif, long one of the safer cities in Afghanistan. Read More »

Thomas scores 33, Celtics beat Bulls 104-95 to tie series


Boston had the best record in the East but the upset-minded Bulls, who went 41-41 to claim the last playoff spot, won twice at Boston to open the series. With that in mind, the Bulls will be looking to make a few tweaks to their gameplan as Game 4 looms. Gerald Green followed up his breakout game with a true Hot Chocolate performance, scoring 16 points in the first half with 5 rebounds. Read More »

Accused gunman in Fresno shooting spree charged in motel murder

Muhammad is the suspect in Tuesday's shooting-spree and is also charged with killing in an unarmed security guard at a Motel 6. He was also wanted for the murder of a security guard outside a motel in the city last week. Police said Muhammad was inspired to carry out the "hate crime" shooting after learning on a local news report that he was the suspect of the Motel 6 murder. Read More »

Marine Le Pen: 'Survival of France' At Stake in Second Round

Other senior political figures in France, including former Prime Minister Alain Juppe, have also thrown their weight behind Mr Macron . "We did it", he told jubilant supporters. The scale of Macron's achievement is hard to overstate. " Macron's good results, and those of Fillon , are an encouraging signal for the future of Europe", said Juergen Hardt, foreign policy spokesman for Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives in parliament. Read More »

Paris gunman had shot at French police before


The Islamic State group, which claimed responsibility through its news agency, identified the shooter as "Abu Yussef the Belgian", calling him "one of Islamic State's fighters". Republican nominee Francois Fillon pledged to handle the threat with an "iron fist" and centrist Emmanuel Macron said he was "ready" to lead France in the face of attacks. Read More »

Uber secretly tracked iPhones after app was deleted

Uber's fingerprinting, however, was one of its own design. As you might expect, however, it didn't take long for Apple and its engineers to catch on to Uber's tactics and the issues went straight to the top. Apple had previously given developers the ability to mark devices with a Unique Device Identifier, which new installs wouldn't get rid of, but eventually scrapped the technique in favour of more privacy-prudent protections. Read More »

Présidentielle Macron et Le Pen à égalité, Mélenchon devant Fillon

Toujours sur Twitter, le président des Jeunes avec Fillon a défendu son candidat, notant que l'agence Reuters avait, dans un premier temps, annoncé que des coups de feu avaient été entendus dans une rue proche des Champs-Elysées. La lutte contre le terrorisme a envenimé le dernier jour de la campagne présidentielle, qui s'achève officiellement ce vendredi à minuit, le Premier ministre accusant Marine Le Pen et François Fillon d'avoir fait "le choix de l'outrance et de la division". Read More »

Furious Afghans call for resignations after Taliban attack

An Afghan army spokesman tells CNN the attack lasted six hours and by the end at least five attackers were killed and one was arrested. Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a letter to Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani on Sunday condoled the Mazar-e-Sharif attack. Read More »

Bill O'Reilly's worst week in Washington

Other than a statement he released last week, this will be the first time O'Reilly has spoken publicly since being fired, and it might be interesting to hear what he has to say about the situation. Though O'Reilly may be out of a primetime cable spot, he appears to have no plans of stopping with political commentary, even if it is on a smaller platform. Read More »

Turkish opposition appeals referendum on Erdogan powers


Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Wednesday the two leaders would meet before a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels next month and were trying to finalise a date, likely to be May 16 or 17. However, Erdogan sees a chance for improvement in relations between the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies under Trump. Erdogan has blamed Turkish preacher and political activist Gulen, a former ally and now a USA resident, for the botched coup attempt in July ... Read More »

German nationalists elect top duo for general election

In a fiery speech, economics professor Meuthen said Germans in his hometown were now "few and far between" and that without action, "the irrevocable change of our homeland into a Muslim-dominated country is a mathematical certainty". But as the 600 delegates began filing into the congress venue, a hotel in the city centre, singing and chanting demonstrators attempted to block them from passing through security barricades, leading to scuffles with authorities. Read More »

Le Pen: Les ultimes sondages confirment la finale Macron

Ou François Fillon, le candidat de droite admirateur de Margaret Thatcher, rattrapé un scandale d'emplois présumés fictifs? Un autre ex-Premier ministre, Alain Juppé, favori des sondages depuis des mois, rate son pari d'ouverture au centre. Read More »

Trump calls Schumer, discusses strategy for responding to Canada's dairy trade policy

From the National Association of Farm Broadcasting news service . He said that the USA couldn't allow Canada to take advantage of what they have done to US workers and farmers by not giving them access to the Canadian market. "It's not just enough for me as a governor, I need the president and the White House behind us", Walker said. The tax affects about 70 dairy producers in NY and Wisconsin. Read More »

Predators rested, ready to face Blues in surprising semi


Beyond that, Bowman said in somber and exasperated tones that he would not rule making sweeping changes to next season's roster if that was what an internal review of the season concluded. But goalie Pekka Rinne is confident after this series. Rinne allowed just three goals - two on the power play and one at even strength - in four games played against Chicago in the first round. Read More »

North Korea nukes an American city in new propaganda video

North Korea, however, withdrew from the six-party talks aimed at the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula in 2009 and has shown no interest in returning. As such, Beijing has tended to opt for visible measures, such as the banning of coal imports, to send a message to both Pyongyang as well as to the United States, but do not gravely imperil the stability of the North Korean regime. Read More »

College student killed during hammer throw at track meet


Ethan Roser, 19, a freshman from Cincinnati, was volunteering at the Wheaton College track and field competition when he was struck at about 4:15 p.m. The hammer used in these competitions are usually metal balls attached to a steel wire. Wheaton College is a Christian, liberal-arts school located about 20 miles west of Chicago. Read More »