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Aus to resume air strikes in Syria after Russia threat


ISIS is an acronym for the Islamic State terror group. Moscow's warning on Monday to US-allied warplanes west of the Euphrates escalated the threat of a direct Russian-American confrontation in Syria , following the first United States shooting down of a fighter jet belonging to the regime since the start of the civil war six years ago. Read More »

N. Korea accuses US of 'smear campaign' over Warmbier death

While Pyongyang accepted USA demands for Warmbier's return on humanitarian grounds, Washington "totally distorted this truth and dared to clamor about "retaliation" and "pressure" on "dignified" North Korea, the spokesman told KCNA. Warmbier's release coincided with former basketball star Dennis Rodman's latest visit to North Korea, though United States national security spokesman Michael Anton denied there was a connection between the two. Read More »

Global Esmolol Market Research Report 2017


It mainly covers Cornmeal Cake market in Europe, Cornmeal Cake market in Germany, China, and Japan Cornmeal Cake market, Cornmeal Cake market in the United States. This report provides in-depth analysis of the Needle Roller Bearings and provides market size (US$ Million) and Cumulative Annual Growth Rate (CAGR (%)) for the forecast period: 2017 - 2022, considering 2016 as the base year. Read More »

Mourners Gather For Funeral Of Student Detained In N. Korea


The official said the United States administration was using the death to pile more pressure on North Korea . "Let's ensure that this tragedy is a wake-up call about the true nature of this brutal regime". American doctors who treated Warmbier claimed to find no evidence of botulism . Otto Warmbier . And I said to them, 'we...would need know, a release, some type of good faith, if we're ever going to do some type of future sports relations ... Read More »

Australia resumes air operations over Syria

Frants Klintsevich, deputy head of the defense committee in Russia's upper house of parliament, said the defense ministry statement does not mean there will be war with the Syria , but rather that Moscow will not accept attacks on its Syrian allies. Read More »

Modi leaves for three-nation tour, will meet Trump


The offer is still subject to congressional approval. While India enjoys full access to America's open markets, US manufacturers and workers continue to face substantial Indian trade barriers, such as high tariff rates, burdensome and unclear customs regulations, forced localization barriers, inadequate intellectual property protections and investment limitations that block USA exports and discriminate against US products. Read More »

United States senator met with North Koreans about student

That comment came amid outrage in Washington over the death of Otto Warmbier days after the comatose American student was released from imprisonment in North Korea . Tillerson urged China to help crack down on illicit revenue to North Korea that allegedly helps fund its nuclear weapons and missile programmes. Read More »

Another GOP Senator Says He Won't Back Health Bill

The Blue Cross Blue Shield Association represents plans that are the backbone of and state health insurance markets created under former President Barack Obama's law. Lynch said the shift in Medicaid funding - from 50-50 state and federal funding to roughly 70 percent funded by states - will be particularly devastating to states that took advantage of Obamacare's Medicaid expansion in recent years, including MA, saying: "Medicaid expansion, that'll kill MA". Read More »

South Korea finance minister vows to cooperate with US on North Korea

A pile of Warmbier's clothes and school supplies, including a graphic calculator, were on display as mourners filed into the building. Whether either McCain's or Corker's proposals become reality remains to be seen, but Warmbier's death likely will have consequences for American tourism to North Korea. Read More »

Remembering the victims of the Pulse nightclub massacre

What started as a fun night of dancing turned into a unthinkable nightmare, when gunman Omar Mateen entered the gay night club- pledged allegiance to ISIS- and opened fire. Pulse owner Barbara Poma , who was not at the club during the shooting, offered a message of companionship to everyone who continues to hear the echoing voices of loved ones lost. Read More »

Sen. Johnson: Senate bill doesn't address health care costs

Majority Leader Mitch McConnell wants the bill to come to a vote by July 4th. Trump's role is expected to become more pronounced in coming days as the vote nears. Four conservative Republican senators expressed opposition but openness to talks: Ted Cruz of Texas, Rand Paul of Kentucky, Mike Lee of Utah and Ron Johnson of Wisconsin. Read More »

Karen Handel Victory Has Silver Lining for Democrats


Protestations aside, Handel often embraced the national tenor of the race, joining a GOP chorus that lambasted Ossoff as a "dangerous liberal" who was "hand-picked" by House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi of California . Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is telling Democrats that next year could be the year they take back control of the House. "And usually they go after the most effective leaders". Read More »

Russian ships fire missiles at ISIS in Syria


The submarine fired its missiles while submerged. Russian warships fired six missiles on ISIS targets in Syria on Friday, according to state media. It did not say when the missiles were launched. The Defense Ministry first made the claim last week, saying that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's death in the May 28 strike on the outskirts of the Syrian city of Raqqa was still "being verified through various channels". Read More »

Restraint evident in Castile protests


The jury began deliberations on Monday, after just five days of testimony, evidence and arguments. After the verdict, Castile's family reacted with anger outside the courthouse in Saint Paul, Minnesota . The officer asked Castile not to pull out the handgun. Martin, a resident of Glenside, Pennsylvania said, Once you admit that you are a " concealed carry holder " and try to show your license, the officer will immediately reach out to his weapon. Read More »

South Homeowners Repairing Roofs Ahead of Weekend Weather


Jim Justice signed a new law to coordinate the state's flood mitigation and response efforts with a new state resiliency office. The remnants of the tropical storm actually began tracking northward Thursday . Most of the severe weather was to the east of the storm. It has since weakened to a depression while heading far inland. Emergency crews helped some people from stranded vehicles in Muncie, including a almost submerged SUV at a railroad underpass. Read More »

White House responds to Comey tape deadline with Trump tweet

Eight percent of respondents said they believe both Trump and Comey, while 21 percent responded that they believe neither of them. "I think his story may have changed". Tapper characterized those muzzled press briefings as the White House's attempt to avoid having to "go on TV live and defend aberrant behavior on Twitter or explain the false things the president says". Read More »

Four Republican senators spurn draft GOP health bill

Paul also said it was not clear whether the four senators would stay united as talks continue. It's not clear yet if Republicans have enough votes to pass the bill . "Make sure we're taken care of here in the state of Nevada", Heller said. "I hope that President Trump delivers on his promise to provide more Americans with better health care for less money". Read More »

Hundreds Evacuated After London Tower Inferno

Council leader Georgia Gould said: "Last night the leader of the council and the chief executive led a public meeting to listen to the concerns held by residents of the Chalcots estate". Celotex, based in Hadleigh, supplied its RS5000 insulation to form part of the rainscreen cladding fitted to the tower block. The unusual evacuation follows the fire that claimed at least 79 lives in a London high-rise last week. Read More »

UN chief to lobby Congress Tuesday against UN financing cuts

An global refugee summit opened in Uganda on Friday with the aim of raising 8 billion USA dollars to cater for refugees in the east African country over the next four years. Guterres has referred to the South Sudan refugee crisis as the biggest exodus of refugees since the 1994 Rwanda genocide. "I appeal to the leaders of South Sudan, to States in the region, and to the worldwide community at large, to engage in more decisive and inclusive peace efforts", Grandi said. Read More »

Apple Releases iOS 10.3.3 Beta 4


Before downloading the iOS 11 Beta 2, back up your files on iTunes. The bad news is that it doesn't ship for everyone until the autumn. Before you get too excited, you should know this hack is just proof that iOS 11 security can be beaten. Read More »

Russia warships and sub fire cruise missiles at Syria: Moscow

The area is far from the main battle lines of Syria's civil war. Like Obama, Trump has focused on Islamic State, leaving for later the question of Assad's fate and the region's mangled alliances. having already directly targeted Syria's military once, another move against them especially would risk provoking a Russian reaction, which could quickly spiral out of control. Read More »

'Bihar CM Nitish Kumar committed historic blunder,' says Lalu Prasad Yadav


The Bihar CM also took on his coalition partner and his ally Congress President Sonia Gandhi for choosing a candidate "only to lose" in the hand of NDA. Kumar, who was elected unopposed as the first woman Speaker of Lok Sabha , has served from 2009 to 2014. "Pata nahin kaun si khichadi paki ki Nitish ne NDA ka saath diya (don't know what transpired that Nitish Kumar made a decision to support NDA)", Lalu told newsmen in Patna on Friday. Read More »