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Defense officials have called "world-class winter and mountain warfare training". Moscow on Thursday criticised Norway's plans to ask Washington to double the number of U.S. The rotation of forces will last for a five-year period compared with an initial posting that ran for six months from the start of 2017, and then was extended last June.
  • North Korea Summit: Best Donald Trump & Kim Jong-un Memes

    North Korea Summit: Best Donald Trump & Kim Jong-un Memes

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    President Donald Trump made history on Tuesday when he became the first U.S. President to meet with a North Korean dictator for denuclearization talks. At least one group of former North Koreans now living in Canada say Trump's new willingness to foster closer ties with Kim are risky, and criticized the president for focusing on denuclearization rather than seeking answers about human rights in the country.
  • Riders Dropped 30 Feet, Others Injured In Roller Coaster Derailment

    Riders Dropped 30 Feet, Others Injured In Roller Coaster Derailment

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    Two of the passengers plummeted from the coaster and eight other passengers had to be rescued . Fire Chief Dru Driscoll said the agency was fortunate that among the responding crews were members of the department's Technical Rescue Team, which "trains specifically for these type of incidents and specializes in high-rise rescue".
  • Trump targets $50bn in China goods, vows more if needed

    Trump targets $50bn in China goods, vows more if needed

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    Mr Trump has also previously warned of "additional tariffs" should China hit back. Beijing previously said it would respond to American tariffs on $50 billion worth of Chinese exports with retaliatory tariffs on $50 billion of USA products such as cars, planes and soybeans.
  • The 5 key takeaways from the Justice Department IG report

    The 5 key takeaways from the Justice Department IG report

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    The Department of Justice's independent watchdog, the inspector general, has released a report that is critical of my decisions as F.B.I. director during the investigation of Hillary Clinton's email account. He was also "responsible for supervising the investigation on a daily basis", according to the report. Though Trump has repeatedly lambasted Federal Bureau of Investigation leaders as politically biased against him, the inspector general's report - no matter how critical - was ...
  • US Amb. Bruce Heyman: They 'Punched Canada in the Face'

    US Amb. Bruce Heyman: They 'Punched Canada in the Face'

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    But Trudeau's Office said in a statement that the Canadian prime minister has been consistent with Trump both in public and private conversations. The United States has alienated Canada and other allies by imposing tariffs on steel and aluminium imports, arguing that they posed a threat to U.S.
  • President Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un have made history

    President Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un have made history

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    He added, "I would like to express my gratitude to President Trump to make this meeting happen". Peters said any deal on de-nuclearisation would require a "massive' diplomatic effort from the worldwide community and there would need to be an effort to seriously assist the North Korean economy by those western countries that could afford to do so.
  • USA drone kills Pakistan Taliban chief

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    Fazlullah assumed leadership of the Pakistani Taliban after Hakimullah Mehsud was killed in a US drone strike in 2013. Nicholson said the United States would adhere to the unilateral cease-fire announced by Ghani, which did not apply to US counterterrorism attacks on other terror groups.
  • A Nobel in the offing for Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un?

    A Nobel in the offing for Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un?

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    In a letter to Norwegian Nobel Committee chairman Berit Reiss-Andersen, Bryant and six governors wrote that Trump's "firm stance against nuclearization, coupled with his willingness to engage one-on-one with Pyongyang, has succeeded in opening new avenues of cooperation, friendship and unity between the two Koreas - and the rest of the world", according to the Associated Press .
  • Morocco to Celebrate Eid Al Fitr Friday: Ministry

    Morocco to Celebrate Eid Al Fitr Friday: Ministry

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    Meanwhile, Eid will be celebrated in Pakistan on Saturday. Chairman Mufti Muneebur Rehman, addressing a press conference at Metrological Office Karachi , said that Zonal Ruet-e-Hilal committees of all the provinces could not witness moon of Shawal on Thursday in any part of the country.
  • Paul Manafort accused of 'foldering' to hide communications

    Paul Manafort accused of 'foldering' to hide communications

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    Prosecutors say he and Konstantin Kilimnik contacted European witnesses to ask them to tell jurors in Manafort's trial that lobbying work they did together was confined only to Europe and did not take place inside the United States. Legal experts say Mueller wants to keep applying pressure on Manafort to plead guilty and assist prosecutors as Gates did and is cooperating with the probe after cutting a plea deal.
  • No Russian into sex please

    No Russian into sex please

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    A member of parliament in Russian Federation on Wednesday asked the country's women not to have sex with foreign fans arriving for the World Cup as they would risk becoming single mothers to mixed-race children, Reuters reported. "The more love stories we have connected to the world championship, the more people from different countries fall in love, the more children are born, the better", state news agency Tass quoted parliament member Mikhail Degtyaryov as telling reporters Thursday.
  • Japan eying Abe-Kim summit with possible Pyongyang visit: paper

    Japan eying Abe-Kim summit with possible Pyongyang visit: paper

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    During an impromptu 30-minute interview on the White House lawn with Fox & Friends, the reporter asks Trump if it will long before we get to see Kim Jong-un visit Washington DC. "How can Kim love his people if he's killing them?" the reporter asked Trump. On Tuesday, Trump and Kim met on the Singaporean island of Sentosa.
  • Trump says he gave NK leader direct phone number to call

    Trump says he gave NK leader direct phone number to call

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    Trump on Wednesday hailed his meeting with Kim as having removed the North Korean nuclear threat, but Harris told the panel "I think we must continue to worry about the nuclear threat". allies off-guard. "He can now call me if he has any difficulties, I can call him". The Global Times , an influential Chinese state-run newspaper, said in an editorial that the time was right to consider "an appropriate reduction of the sanctions" against North Korea .
  • Comey 'insubordinate,' not biased in Clinton probe: watchdog

    Comey 'insubordinate,' not biased in Clinton probe: watchdog

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    Horowitz will give the report to Congress on Thursday, and it's likely to have a big fallout. The Justice Department's handling of the investigation into Clinton was attacked by Democrats and Republicans alike. "The report also resoundingly demonstrates that there was no prosecutable case against Mrs Clinton, as we had concluded ", Comey wrote . The report also suggests FBI agent Peter Strzok , who led both the Clinton and Russian Federation investigations, may have acted improperly.