• Dunford to Visit China, South Korea, Japan to Discuss Range of Issues
Dunford to Visit China, South Korea, Japan to Discuss Range of Issues

Monday's meeting will also be attended by U.S. Ambassador to South Korea Marc Napper, as well as Vincent K. Brooks, head of U.S. armed forces in Korea. "[We're] also mindful of the civilian sacrifice that could occur in a war". "But even as we develop those options, we are mindful of the consequences of those options, and that gives us a greater se...

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  • Ukraine denies reports on supplying rocket engines to DPRK
Ukraine denies reports on supplying rocket engines to DPRK

Earlier in the day, The New York Times , citing a missile expert, said the Yuzhmash is "most likely" source of the engines for the DPRK's intercontinental ballistic missiles launched in July. targets. Stating that it was "less likely" that Russian engineers could have directly worked on the North's missiles, the conclusion is drawn that the Sovi...

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  • White supremacist who marched in Charlottesville
White supremacist who marched in Charlottesville

On Twitter , many people are calling Cvjetanovic a racist and Nazi. "I love my culture and will fight for it, but never in a violent way". One woman was killed when a vehicle drove into a crowd of counter-protesters, and US President Donald Trump has come under criticism for failing to explicitly condemn white extremist groups, including neo-N...

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  • One of 2 Canadians killed in Burkina Faso attack identified
One of 2 Canadians killed in Burkina Faso attack identified

The victims came from several different nationalities, he said. With contributions from Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Burkina Faso and Chad - known as the G5 - the force is to deploy by September. Local media reports have identified 15 of 18 of the dead, including Chen and her husband, Mehsen Fenaich of Senegal, and her unborn child. In a statement, F...

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  • Business Groups Wary as NAFTA Renegotiation Begins This Week
Business Groups Wary as NAFTA Renegotiation Begins This Week

Since the ascension of Donald Trump to the White House, there's been a nagging worry the president's protectionist bent - famously calling NAFTA "the worst trade deal" ever signed - could jeopardize the integrated system that sees oil and gas moving in both directions.

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  • Rare white moose caught on video
Rare white moose caught on video

The Associated Press reports that there are only around 100 white moose in Sweden. "The moose aren't albino, but grow white fur from a genetic mutation", the BBC reported . Luckily, Nilsson had his camera. The male moose was reportedly grazing by the roadside for 20 minutes, seemingly unbothered by the people who stopped to watch it.

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  • White nationalist protest to be held on Texas A&M campus
White nationalist protest to be held on Texas A&M campus

Spencer last spoke on the Texas A&M campus in December, drawing in thousands to protest his speech to a crowd of roughly 400 people. In a statement from Wiginton, he says the objective of this event is to "protest liberal agenda of white guilt and white genocide that is taught in most universities in America".

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  • JJ Watt found out about brother TJ's big game from Kendrick Lamar
JJ Watt found out about brother TJ's big game from Kendrick Lamar

The Houston Texans star checked his phone after a team meeting to see a text from Grammy Award-winning rapper Kendrick Lamar alerting him to the T.J.'s work in Pittsburgh preseason game. "And I looked and it was from Kendrick Lamar". It was such an awesome moment to see him go out there and do what he does. "I'm just out here trying to show I'm...

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  • North Korea : CIA chief says 'nothing imminent' in standoff
North Korea : CIA chief says 'nothing imminent' in standoff

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Secretary of Defense James Mattis blame Pyongyang for ramping up "tensions between North Korea and America to levels not experienced since the Korean War". Mattis was asked whether decisions had already been made about how to respond in the event a North Korean missile lands in the waters off Guam . Referri...

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  • Frank Broyles (1924 - 2017)
Frank Broyles (1924 - 2017)

Alabama was voted the No. 1 team by the Associated Press in 1964, an award bestowed prior to the bowl games. Broyles worked for the University of Arkansas for 56 years, as football coach, athletic director or director of the Arkansas Foundation.

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  • Mass. Officer on Va. Rally Crash: 'Hahahaha Love This'
Mass. Officer on Va. Rally Crash: 'Hahahaha Love This'

Why don't you explain how good you are to the family of Heather Heyer who lost her life in that incident? Nineteen people were injured. As a result, Conrad was called an "idiot" and other names by Facebook users who replied to his heinous comments.

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  • Here's why Ryanair want United Kingdom airports to enforce a two-drink limit
Here's why Ryanair want United Kingdom airports to enforce a two-drink limit

The Civil Aviation Authority reported a 600% increase in disruptive passenger incidents in the United Kingdom between 2012 and 2016 with "most involving alcohol". Terry Tozer told Julia Hartley-Brewer that authorities, airlines and airports are "passing the parcel [on the issue] and looking after their commercial interests" because alcohol sales ...

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  • Central Intelligence Agency head expects more Nth Korea missile tests
Central Intelligence Agency head expects more Nth Korea missile tests

The White House has been knocked for sending mixed signals on North Korea, including on whether the USA supports talks with the North and whether it seeks regime change. would be unwise to take that approach". Beijing is calling for a freeze on North Korean weapons testing and also on joint US-South Korean military exercises-something Washington ha...

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  • Sumter School District to close on August 21 for solar eclipse
Sumter School District to close on August 21 for solar eclipse

Parents are encouraged to discuss the hazards of viewing a solar eclipse without proper eyewear and instruct students not to view the eclipse while departing from school or while riding home. While some schools are still deciding whether to stay open or closed on the day of the eclipse, others that have already started the school year are looking...

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  • BBCI: Charlottesville white nationalist marchers face backlash
BBCI: Charlottesville white nationalist marchers face backlash

However, I do believe that the replacement of the statue will be the slow replacement of white heritage within the USA and the people who fought and defended and built their homeland. "He wasn't a flawless man, but I want to honour and respect what he stood for during his time". Early Sunday morning, @ YesYoureRacist and legions of people on Twi...

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  • Gorka: Tillerson Comments Taken Out of Context
Gorka: Tillerson Comments Taken Out of Context

He added that he doesn't think North Korea poses an "imminent threat". "Is that what the United Kingdom would do if a nation threatened a nuclear-tipped missile launch against any of the UK's territories?" But Gorka told BBC radio that even a threat from the North could be construed as an act of war that would justify a military response - ec...

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  • Girl, eight, dead as auto rams Paris pizza restaurant
Girl, eight, dead as auto rams Paris pizza restaurant

The driver of the BMW, which hit an outdoor terrace at the restaurant in Sept-Sorts, has been arrested, according to the national gendarme service. The suspect, a 36-year-old Algerian man, was later shot and wounded after a dramatic motorway chase.

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  • Man accused of killing Virginia protester admired Nazi death camp - classmate
Man accused of killing Virginia protester admired Nazi death camp - classmate

Bloom told officers Fields was on medication to control his temper. McGrath challenged Fields on his beliefs, and the animosity between them grew so heated that it came to a boil at dinner on their second day. Fields' family later settled in northwest OH, where his mother, Samantha Bloom, watched his cat while he took off for Charlottesville. T...

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  • Coastguard In Ongoing Search For Missing Diver Off Donegal
Coastguard In Ongoing Search For Missing Diver Off Donegal

The man was reported missing at about 16:00 BST on Saturday. He had told friends that he had planned to trek through the Sliabh Sneachta area. The body of a diver who disappeared on a shipwreck off Co Donegal has been found. A team of divers arrived at the scene at 2pm today and undertook a four hour dive mission to search the wreck that diver ...

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  • Wedbush Downgrades Luxoft Holding, Inc. (NYSE:LXFT) to Neutral
Wedbush Downgrades Luxoft Holding, Inc. (NYSE:LXFT) to Neutral

Equities analysts predict that Luxoft Holding will post $3.12 EPS for the current fiscal year. Past 5 years growth of the company observed at 18.08%, and for the next five years the analysts that follow the company are expecting its growth at 19.37%.

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  • London Wins Silver Medal in London
London Wins Silver Medal in London

London and Team USA posted the fastest time in the world for this year in the semifinals on Saturday. Cherry held position as Great Britain tried to move into second, but Trinidad and Tobago kept the No. In the women's 4×400 relay, Phyllis Francis anchored the United States to a world-leading winning time of 3:19.02 with a split of 50.22. "Just ...

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  • What Can North Korea Reach With Its Missiles?
What Can North Korea Reach With Its Missiles?

Japan has also issued similar guides to its citizens, who are increasingly concerned about the possibility of a North Korean nuclear strike on their country. "They should have had me eight years ago, or at least somebody with my thought process", Trump said, alluding to President Obama. He says USA ships in the area can also destroy incomi...

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  • Trump calls KKK, neo-Nazis 'repugnant' after outrage at tepid Charlottesville response
Trump calls KKK, neo-Nazis 'repugnant' after outrage at tepid Charlottesville response

On Saturday, Trump addressed the nation soon after a vehicle plowed into a group of anti-racist counter-protesters in Charlottesville - where neo-Nazis and white nationalists had assembled for a march. But he declined to say whether he was rejecting political support from white supremacists, many of them Trump voters in last year's presidential e...

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  • Gunmen kill at least 17 in Burkina Faso restaurant attack
Gunmen kill at least 17 in Burkina Faso restaurant attack

Guy Ye, spokesman of the security forces. "Burkina Faso contributes more troops than any other West African nation to the United Nations peacekeeping mission in Mali , ensuring it is a major target", he said. Burkina Faso's threat from Islamist extremism is increasingly home grown even though the country has also been infiltrated from its neighb...

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  • War Threats Have Become Background Noise in South Korea
War Threats Have Become Background Noise in South Korea

Following those comments, North Korea said it might target the US territory of Guam , an island in the western Pacific Ocean. Guam is home to about 163,000 people and a US military base that includes a submarine squadron, an air base and a Coast Guard group .

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  • Notes Ban Has Boosted Honesty In The Country: President Ram Nath Kovind
Notes Ban Has Boosted Honesty In The Country: President Ram Nath Kovind

Kovind's address will be broadcast live on All India Radio (AIR) and on all channels of Doordarshan in Hindi at 7 pm followed by the English version of the speech, a statement released by the central government on Sunday said. Their response came from within. In his letter to the Indian President, Dr Tan commended the "tremendous strides" India h...

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  • Leeds United are trying to sign Hamburg striker Pierre-Michel Lasogga
Leeds United are trying to sign Hamburg striker Pierre-Michel Lasogga

It now looks like he has convinced some clubs in the Premier League that he is ready to score goals in the top flight. An offer of £12m plus bonuses from the Clarets and a £16m bid from an unnamed side have already been knocked back by the Whites , with the head coach stating his desire to extend Wood's stay at Elland Road.

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  • Japan deploys missile defence over North Korea threat to Guam
Japan deploys missile defence over North Korea threat to Guam

For Pyongyang, Guam is seen as a prime target because it's the closest USA military presence on American soil to North Korea , and because military assets from here are sometimes deployed near the Korean Peninsula. The THAAD system is specifically created to shoot down ballistic missiles. " It's business as usual in paradise ", said Josh Tyquen...

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  • I'm Considering a Pardon For Sheriff Joe Arpaio
I'm Considering a Pardon For Sheriff Joe Arpaio

Trump indicated that the pardon - if he moves forward with it - would happen in the "next few days". "He has done a lot in the fight against illegal immigration", Trump said. His Democratic successor, Sheriff Paul Penzone, pledged to close the "Tent City" jail , in which Arpaio housed inmates outdoors in the scorching Arizona heat .

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  • Iranian drone buzzes USA carrier for second time in a week
Iranian drone buzzes USA carrier for second time in a week

The last night event saw an Iranian QOM-1 drone fly within 1,000 feet (300 meters) of aircraft based on the USS Nimitz aircraft carrier operating in global waters, Navy spokesman Lieutenant Ian McConnaughey said in a statement. Ian M. McConnaughey, a service spokesman in the Middle East. This is the 14th unsafe encounter with Iran this year, acco...

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  • 10 die as heavy rain continues in Assam, Kaziranga under water
10 die as heavy rain continues in Assam, Kaziranga under water

The meeting also chose to carry out daily review of the flood situation till the overall situation improves, Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) sources said. The Army have deployed its boats to reach the marooned people and made a number of trips against the swift current to rescue them. Assam has been reeling under floods since ...

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  • Merkel says she sees no military solution to North Korea
Merkel says she sees no military solution to North Korea

The U.S. president's warnings that Pyongyang will "regret" any threats or action against the U.S. are a break with the diplomatic language of his predecessors. The United Nations this month tightened sanctions on Pyongyang after it tested two ICBMs created to carry nuclear warheads to the United States. "I see the need for enduring work at the UN S...

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  • Trump aide: Tillerson has no say in military matters
Trump aide: Tillerson has no say in military matters

An aide to President Trump said people should pay no attention to Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's comments about the threat posed by North Korea - arguing that military matters are not his job. The secretary's remarks come as reports indicate the North Koreans have produced a miniature nuclear device for an intercontinental ballistic missile...

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  • MORNING BRIEF: China pledges neutrality unless U.S. strikes North Korea first
MORNING BRIEF: China pledges neutrality unless U.S. strikes North Korea first

They added China should end its long running alliance and trade relationship with the dictatorship to put a stop to nuclear proliferation on the peninsula. But the two USA secretaries also described the regime in Pyongyang as "hostile". Military action should not be an option when confronting the problem of escalating tensions with North Korea, U...

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  • Boise vigil to show solidarity with Charlottesville
Boise vigil to show solidarity with Charlottesville

Matthew Feiner said, "It is a violation of everyone's civil right". Three people were killed and 35 injured in a day of violence surrounding a white supremacist rally in the usually quite college town of Charlottesville, Va. "It's abhorrent. It's a tragedy". "I think America's a lot better than all of this". "We should denounce these individu...

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