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North Korean state media with harsh words aimed at China

To stop North Korea in its tracks Trump had ordered the USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier group to head for Korean peninsula for deterrence. President Trump talked to leaders of both China and Japan on Monday as tensions on the Korean Peninsula have boiled over and North Korea appears ready for an ICBM launch. Read More »

Trump's 100 days: A rattled establishment, some surprises

A Washington Post-ABC News poll found that 42 percent of people in the US said they approve of Mr. Trump's job, which is the lowest approval rating at this stage of a presidency dating back to President Eisenhower. "By contrast", we are told , "in the exact same question from April 2009 NBC/WSJ poll, 54 percent of Americans said that Barack Obama's first 100 days had gotten off to either a good or great start, while 25 percent said they were fair, and 21 percent called them poor". Read More »

MP's son, associates ransack toll booth


CCTV footage shows at least 4 men breaking the window panes of the toll booth and intimidating staff. When the toll plaza staff at Bagepalli asked them to pay the toll, they refused and tried to break the toll barrier. However, the staff told them that only MPs were entitled to the waiver, not their family members. "The toll plaza people had troubled my vehicle several times in the past". Read More »

How authorities found Elizabeth Thomas and Tad Cummins

Childhood friend Caleb Banks described the moment he and 15-year-old Elizabeth Thomas' family found out she was found safe. Elizabeth Thomas' disappearance came several weeks after a student reported seeing an kiss between Tad Cummins and the teenage girl. Read More »

Tamil Nadu cabinet revolts, dumps Dhinakaran, Sasikala


Reports suggest that the AIADMK ministers met and made a decision to oust Sasikala and Dinakaran from AIADMK with a view to accepting a major condition of former CM O. Jayakumar, flanked by several ministers, said still they were prepared to hold talks with Panneerselvam. "But if there are elections, Panneerselvam will definitely win". Read More »

In Cleveland Police say Facebook murderer kills himself after 3-day manhunt


The worker, who recognized Stephens as the wanted Cleveland Facebook killer, is credited with stalling him at the drive-thru window Tuesday so authorities could have extra response time. Lane said she and Stephens dated for a while, and had discussed getting engaged, but they broke up and she urged him to seek help for gambling issues. Read More »

Agra violence: 14 right wing members arrested


It now remains to be seen how he acts on the current incident, which has its roots in an FIR being lodged against nine people for assaulting a man from a minority community. A police officer said the protesters also attempted to break the lock-up at the Sadar Bazaar Police Station. An MLA from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was also alleged to be among the protesters, though there were reports that he may have left before the violence began. Read More »

Texas bill allowing unlicensed carry of guns clear committee


Abbott praised the House compromise on Tuesday. "What I sense is that there seems to be a general willingness to look at a higher education bond bill to help with specific projects", Senate Majority Leader Shane Massey said. Austin Mayor Steve Adler said Simmons' bill, like SB 6, was a potential "self-inflicted" wound that would damage the state's reputation as open and welcoming. Read More »

Lib Dems energised by sound of Brexit opportunity knocking


The Lib Dems finished a distant fourth in Vauxhall in 2015, behind the Tories and Greens, but the constituency voted heavily for Remain in last year's European Union referendum, while Ms Hoey was a prominent supporter of Brexit. We will make it a contest". "One's personal faith is one's personal faith. What counts is your actions and your beliefs in politics". Tim Farron said the manifesto would confirm his party's policy that the final say over any Brexit deal struck by Theresa May ... Read More »

Trump slams poll showing him with low approval rating

The poll suggests that while Trump's overall approval ratings remain low, voters continue to be critical of the political establishment more broadly. Trump appears to be the only USA president to have earned a net negative public opinion of him out of all post-WWII administrations, with 53 percent disapproving and 42 percent approving of his performance since he came into office in January, a poll conducted for ABC News and the Washington Post showed on Sunday. Read More »

China urges restraint as U.S. strike force heads for Korean waters

President Trump spoke Sunday night with Chinese President Xi Jinping and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, as tensions intensify with North Korea amid expectations that the reclusive nation plans a sixth nuclear test. "There's been some talk of the term 'Korea passing, ' which means that conversations regarding the situation on the peninsula are passing over South Korea's head". Read More »

Ambassador Nikki Haley on American detained in North Korea

Security Council resolutions", and is willing to work with the United States and other countries to keep the peace. President Donald Trump, meanwhile, had a phone call with his Chinese counterpart, who called for a cooling of tensions. And they have become increasingly impatient with China to do more to rein in North Korea. Park told AP Kim had come from the Chinese school and taught accounting in Pyongyang for about a month. Read More »

Macron à La Rotonde: "ce n'est pas le Fouquet's" justifie Collomb

Collomb a expliqué qu'il s'agissait d'une "soirée bon enfant où il allait remercier celles et ceux qui se sont engagés". "Je crois qu'au Fouquet's, il n'y avait pas beaucoup de secrétaires, pas beaucoup d'officiers de sécurité, vous les connaissez, vous m'avez accompagné partout, vous avez vu qui était ici à table". Read More »

Early insults fly as MPs clear the way for June polls

Jeremy Corbyn, campaigning in the North West on Saturday, said Labour would be using its 500,000 strong grassroots membership - the largest of any of the main parties - to get its message out to voters. May's Conservatives now hold 330 House of Commons seats and Labour 229. In her speech on Tuesday at the door of 10 Downing Street, May made it clear why she wanted an early election. Read More »

Another Bomb explotion at Borno


The state police commissioner, Damien Chukwu , said one of the bombers detonated her bomb which claimed her life but the other two were shot dead while trying to flee. The suspected Boko Haram Terrorist who had disguised as a cart pusher, was intercepted by residents of the community at about 7:30am. "Suddenly, he blew himself up among the vigilantes, killing three and injuring two". Read More »

U.S. lecturer arrested at North Korean airport

Trump spoke by phone with both the Japanese and Chinese leaders Monday, April 24. He also emphasized "hope that all sides exercise restraint and avoid intensifying the situation on the peninsula". Trump also spoke to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Monday, discussing the joint drills under way between the USA carrier Carl Vinson and Japan's Maritime Self-Defence Force. Read More »

South Korea Prepares for North Follow Up Actions


This is the second phone call between the two leaders within a month. Before his latest conversation with Xi, Trump called Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, speaking to him about the joint drill between the Carl Vinson and Japan's Maritime Self-Defense Force. Read More »

French parties unify against Le Pen: 'This is deadly serious now'


In his favour, analysts say, is the fact that 35 percent of voters thought Macron was the best candidate to put the French economy on the right track, against only 20 percent for Le Pen, according to a recent Odoxa poll. The French will now decide between two very different visions of French nationalism. Her ambitions have led observers to predict that a Le Pen victory could be a fatal blow for the European Union, already weakened by Britain's vote to leave. Read More »

Hollande endorses centrist presidential candidate

With that shift, Le Pen has widened her National Front party's appeal to voters once too timid for the extreme right. She pledged Monday to "put France back in order". The National Front leader is anti-immigration and anti-EU, and has a list of even more frightening policies. "It would have been dumb to speak out in the way they did if they thought she could still win", he said. Read More »

Zarif: US Defies Letter, Spirit of Nuclear Pact


However, calling Iran "a leading state sponsor of terror", Tillerson informed the Congress that the Trump administration had directed a full review of the 2015 nuclear deal to evaluate whether continued sanctions relief was in the USA national security interests. Read More »

Sources Report 'Frosty' Relationship Between Ivanka And Melania Trump


While Ivanka has been Trump's go-to child and perhaps biggest supporter, Melania allowed herself to be absent for a host of presidential race rallies and speeches. Yes, the 46 years old lady continues to living in New York City with her 11-year old son, Barron . Moreover, there are no signs that she has any plans of doing so despite the insistence of the White House. Read More »

President Trump Dumps Dodd-Frank with Executive Order

Trump, though, seemed to double down on his promise Saturday, promising in a tweet that, "Big TAX REFORM AND TAX REDUCTION will be announced next Wednesday". Trump's latest orders also authorize a review of tax laws, which the president argues impose an undue burden on taxpayers. The president visited the Treasury Department to sign the actions, saying the administration wants to "help struggling Americans achieve their financial dreams, earn a great paycheck, have a job that they love ... Read More »

French election: Pollsters project Macron vs

Defeated Socalist candidate Benoit Hamon urged voters to rally behind Macron in the second round, as did senior conservative lawmaker Francois Baroin from the camp of defeated right-wing candidate Francois Fillon . For them to win the top two qualifying positions would represent a seismic shift in the political landscape, as the second round would feature neither of the mainstream parties that have governed France for decades. Read More »