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Kim Jong Un May Hide After Syria Attack

Kim Jong Un May Hide After Syria Attack

Trump Administration officials have repeatedly insisted they believe China could quickly and unilaterally solve North Korea with little effort, though the U.S. North Korea, which conducted two nuclear...

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Twitter sues to block U.S. from unmasking tweeting…

Twitter sues to block U.S. from unmasking tweeting…

After Twitter refuted the demands of the DHS to reveal the identity and struck out by filing a lawsuit against he United States government, the federal government has dropped its demand. Constitutio...

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Firmly believe in early solution to Teesta issue: Modi

What he had meant to say was to request the two PMs to step down from a raised platform and release a Hindi translation of memoirs of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. "The supply of another 500 Mw h...

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One dead in raid on Syria 'chemical attack' town: monitor

During the campaign, Mr. Trump also advocated against military intervention in Syria. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson have discussed the U.S. Tha...

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No surprises in Trump-Xi meet: Presidential Office

The situation on the Korean Peninsula "is no longer in control due to extreme, provocative and aggressive war moves conducted by the USA", and requires the North to take action, the Ministry of Foreig...

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Teesta water sharing: Mamata proposes alternative plan to Sheikh Hasina

Wary of China's growing interest in India's backyard, Modi has been keen to play a greater leadership role in South Asia since coming to power in 2014. "The thought, whose policymakers prefer terroris...

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Syria strike muddies USA ties with Russian Federation

Tuesday's chemical attack left at least 86 people dead in the northwestern town of Khan Sheikhoun, leading to United States intervention early Friday. Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said th...

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Abe praises Trump's security commitment after call on Syria, North Korea

Abe praises Trump's security commitment after call on Syria, North Korea

Multiple top-ranking military and intelligence officials told the news source that another option presented to Trump by the National Security Council is an operation to kill the North Korean leader ...

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Aided fighters face little resistance in Syrian operation

The Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces have ratcheted up the pressure on IS in Syria since the US airlifted hundreds of SDF fighters, USA military advisers, and US artillery behind IS lines on March...

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IS downs Iraqi helicopter over Mosul, killing two

IS downs Iraqi helicopter over Mosul, killing two

ISIS has faced a string of defeats over the past two years - most recently in Mosul where Iraqi forces have been battling to drive the extremists out of the western part of the city, a more densely ...

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Garcia grabs share of Masters lead, Couples three back

HollywoodLifers , do you think Charley has a good shot of winning the Masters? He had a run of five birdies over a four-hole stretch to pick up four shots on the leaders who had yet to tee off. Pi...

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North Korea: The elephant in the room at Trump-Xi talks

China is North Korea's sole major diplomatic friend and a key trading partner that supplies the isolated state with much of its hard currency in the face of stringent global sanctions. South Korea's ...

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Gorsuch heads for Supreme Court confirmation as Senate rewrites voting rules

Gorsuch heads for Supreme Court confirmation as Senate rewrites voting rules

Three Democrats voted to confirm Gorsuch Thursday, including Sen. Courts also have blocked Trump's order to stop people from several Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States. After ...

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Swedish police suspect 39-year-old Uzbek man in deadly truck attack

Police have since arrested a man in north Stockholm who has claimed responsibility for the attack, reports Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet , citing unnamed sources. "We were standing by the traffic...

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French Election 2017: Candidates Clash In Presidential Debate

Le Pen denies wrongdoing. Macron supporters don't have the same affinity for Le Pen, with only 8 percent choosing her as their second choice. With a second solid performance thanks to his sharp wi...

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May and LSE chief woo Saudi ministers for $2tn Aramco listing

In response to criticism about London's silence over the Saudi aggression against Yemen, May defended the British relationship with Saudi Arabia and said she had no problem bringing up the country's...

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Missile strike opens new opportunity to push for Syria ceasefire

Syrian refugee Motaz al Afandi, 49, of Texas said that if Trump pursues aggressive action toward Assad , he could end up solving the refugee problem. The drone returned later when victims of the atta...

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President Trump redefines own doctrine with Syria strike

Amid measured support for the US cruise missile attack on a Syrian air base, some vocal Republicans and Democrats are reprimanding the White House for launching the strike without first getting cong...

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Thomas (again) leads Celtics past Hornets, 121-114

Thomas (again) leads Celtics past Hornets, 121-114

After a Marcus Smart steal, the Celtics pushed the lead back to double digits (81-70) following a Kelly Olynyk lay-up. As a team, the Celtics shot 41 percent from the field and 15 of 43 from the three...

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'Break down in relationship' between Zuma, Gordhan led to axing

The African National Congress acknowledged growing calls for Zuma to step down, admitting to "serious and hard disagreement" over the president's sacking of respected finance minister Pravin Gordhan ...

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US Senate Confirms Trump Supreme Court Pick

Senate Democrats blocked the nomination in the first successful filibuster of a Supreme Court nominee in almost 50 years. Democrats used the filibuster to block a vote on Gorsuch on Thursday, the fi...

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Turkish Airlines Cabin Crew Deliver Baby Girl Mid-Flight

Turkish Airlines Cabin Crew Deliver Baby Girl Mid-Flight

The baby named Kadiju and her mother were reported to be in good health but were exhausted after the entire process. The airline said that on arrival in the Burkina Faso capital the pair were taken ...

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Uzbek man suspect in Swedish truck attack

Four people are dead and several more injured following an attack in Sweden on Friday. "We have found something in the truck in the driver's seat, a technical device which should not be there". Swed...

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Mess gets messier: U.S. strike further complicates Syrian conflict

The strikes followed Wednesday's suspected chemical attack on the rebel-held town of Khan Sheikhoun, in which 89 people are reported to have died. Hurting Assad puts Syria on a path to becoming a...

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Will show be canceled after advertisers pull out?

Will show be canceled after advertisers pull out?

Advertisers including Jenny Craig, GlaxoSmithKline, Mitsubishi Motors, BMW and Ainsworth Pet Nutrition have all moved ads slated to run during "Factor" to other Fox News programs. Over the weekend, 6...

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Airstrike on Syrian town hit by chemical weapons kills 1

Johnson said Saturday the situation in Syria has changed "fundamentally" following a chemical weapons attack on civilians and a US missile strike on a Syrian airfield. The United States is "playing th...

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Stockholm terror attack suspect arrested after four deaths

The Sapo security police said in its annual report it was impossible to say how big a risk there was that Sweden would be targeted like other European cities, but that, if so "it is most likely that i...

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Sunday shows preview: White House officials talk Syria strike

Sunday shows preview: White House officials talk Syria strike

Indonesia has strongly condemned the use of chemical weapons, but expressed concern on the USA airstrikes. U.S. officials have said that the strike was a "one-off", aimed at deterring future chemi...

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Russia: US strikes on Syria help extremists

This raises a fundamental question about US aims in the Syrian war: If the two most powerful groups in Syria are both unacceptable, what outcome is the USA seeking? Iran , another ally of Syrian Pre...

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Senate Confirms Gorsuch as McConnell Takes Victory Lap

Senate Confirms Gorsuch as McConnell Takes Victory Lap

Democrats from three very red states - Joe Manchin of West Virginia, Joe Donnelly of IN, and Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota - also voted for Gorsuch. Sen. McConnell, R-Ky., and other Republicans arg...

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Senators Disagree About Legality of Syrian Airstrikes

In Washington, a senior United States official said Syria may have had help carrying out the alleged chemical attack, but stopped short of accusing Russian Federation of complicity. But the Kremlin's ...

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North Korea next in Trump's crosshairs

North Korea next in Trump's crosshairs

Repeated provocations from the DPRK and its progressing nuclear ambitions have placed it firmly at the top of the agenda for US President Donald Trump and China's President Xi Jinping as they meet tod...

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Trump's Options for North Korea Include Placing Nukes in South Korea

The former senior vice foreign minister also said the USA missile attack on Syria could cut both ways - it could work as a deterrent toward the North or it could push Pyongyang into a corner. "The P...

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Bonds weaker as ANC closes ranks behind Zuma

This follows reports that Zuma had called on Mantashe‚ deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa and treasurer general Zweli Mkhize to issue an apology for publicly disagreeing with his decision to reshu...

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Women's football North and South Korea face off on Pyongyang football field

Carl Schuster, former director of operations at the U.S. Pacific Command's Joint Intelligence Center, said, "They [Japan] can bomb anyone landing on one of Japan's main islands...but they can't strike...

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