• South Korean president stresses peace on Korean Peninsula on 72nd liberation anniversary
South Korean president stresses peace on Korean Peninsula on 72nd liberation anniversary

The alternative would have been both catastrophic and unacceptable!" At a press conference in Seoul to mark his first 100 days in office on Thursday, Moon said , "If North Korea completes development of intercontinental ballistic missiles and weaponizes it with nuclear warheads, I will consider that a red line ".

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  • 1 confirmed dead, 32 injured in Barcelona terror attack
1 confirmed dead, 32 injured in Barcelona terror attack

Based on the primary information, cops launched the search operation to nab the prime suspect, identified as a 1.7 metre tall man. More than two hours after the initial attack, Catalan police said a vehicle ran over two officers at a highway checkpoint near Barcelona .

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  • Army to get six Apache attack helicopters
Army to get six Apache attack helicopters

According to Reuters , the order follows on from India's previous purchase of 22 Apache and Chinook helicopters from Boeing in 2015. Thursday's deal, approved by the government's Defence Acquisition Council, includes the helicopters and associated equipment, spares, training, weapons and ammunition.

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  • Senator Corker says Trump hasn't shown stability, competence
Senator Corker says Trump hasn't shown stability, competence

Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) offered some blunt comments about President Donald Trump on Thursday in the wake of the president's widely criticized response to a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, over the weekend. Corker also warned that without that, "our nation is going to go through great peril" and called for "radical change" ...

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  • N. Korea's leader made 'very wise and well reasoned decision'
N. Korea's leader made 'very wise and well reasoned decision'

In an early morning tweet , Trump said: "Kim Jong-un of North Korea made a very wise and well reasoned decision". " There doesn't appear to be any indication, based on what we're hearing, that there will be any missiles attacking in the near future or in the distant future ", Tonorio said, as quoted by AFP.

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  • Korean president asserts right to veto United States strike on North
Korean president asserts right to veto United States strike on North

Moon, who took office in May, told a news conference to mark his 100th day in office that United States and South Korean policies are aligned on North Korea . "We are confident enough to reveal the trajectory of the missile, impact point". Subsequently, the U.N. Security Council imposed fresh sanctions on North Korea , angering the North.

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  • Guam sees North Korea tensions as easing
Guam sees North Korea tensions as easing

NORTH Korea might be holding off on its plan to target Guam in a missile attack. Tension on the Korean peninsula had eased slightly earlier on Monday as South Korea's president said resolving North Korea's nuclear ambitions must be done peacefully.

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  • Anger over Netanyahu silence on Trump and Charlottesville
Anger over Netanyahu silence on Trump and Charlottesville

In it, he stated that he was "outraged by expressions of anti-Semitism, neo-Nazism and racism" at the rally. "No, not the same", Romney tweeted Tuesday night. "These two sides are not equal", Rep. She said Thursday that it seemed Netanyahu's silence stems from his fear of angering Trump. Student funds were allotted to plant a grove of trees in ...

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  • Percent Now Support Trump Impeachment
Percent Now Support Trump Impeachment

That includes large majorities of independents and Democrats and just over half of Republicans . As appalling as that may seem, among Republicans 67 percent approve of Trump's handling of the matter (there was only a small "uptick" in disapproval after his Tuesday news conference), and 68 percent say he was accurate in apportioning blame.

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  • Spain rescues 339 migrants from 7 boats in Mediterranean
Spain rescues 339 migrants from 7 boats in Mediterranean

There were 21 children, including one baby, rescued yesterday, according to the emergency services.... The vast majority of the migrants are from North Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa. The service said it rescued 16 migrants early Thursday in the Strait of Gibraltar, a narrow passage that separates Spain from Morocco. At this rate, the IOM has no...

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  • Japan's defense chief calls for closer cooperation with USA over North Korea
Japan's defense chief calls for closer cooperation with USA over North Korea

He said that Pyongyang's missile launches were "unacceptable provocations - and they must stop immediately". There is no Trump administration Why the next Fed chief will be a Republican who loves low rates Why this US-North Korea standoff is different MORE on Thursday dismissed claims from White House chief strategist Stephen Bannon that th...

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  • Uber offers to pay P10M to lift suspension
Uber offers to pay P10M to lift suspension

Uber has filed a manifestation before the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) Thursday asking that it pay a PHP10 million fine in lieu of the one-month suspension of its operations. "We just made it clear that we want the interest of the riding public as a priority", said Ejercito. During the meeting, Uber Technologies So...

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  • Missouri senator makes Facebook post hoping for Trump's assassination, quickly deletes it
Missouri senator makes Facebook post hoping for Trump's assassination, quickly deletes it

Chappelle-Nadal stated that it was recently the 3-year anniversary of the fatal shooting of Michael Brown, an 18-year-old black man shot in Ferguson by Darren Wilson. The U.S. Secret Service's St. Louis field office confirmed to the outlet that they were "looking into this". After posting the screenshot to Twitter, Reardon said Chappelle-Nadal ...

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  • 13 feared dead as van driver brings terror to Barcelona's Las Ramblas
13 feared dead as van driver brings terror to Barcelona's Las Ramblas

Police sources told RTVE the man detained is Driss Oukabir , a resident of France who investigators believe rented two vans - one for the attack and another as a getaway vehicle. U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson offered assistance to authorities in Spain and said U.S. diplomats in Spain were helping Americans there. At least five were seen ...

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  • Pelosi: It's Time To Get Rid Of Confederate Statues In The Capitol
Pelosi: It's Time To Get Rid Of Confederate Statues In The Capitol

A Congressional Black Caucus spokesperson told Roll Call, however, that the group is not crafting any legislation to that end. "If we want our nation to heal and move forward, we must remove these abhorrent symbols at once", Evans said.

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  • Cleveland Clinic Drops Mar-a-Lago Fundraiser
Cleveland Clinic Drops Mar-a-Lago Fundraiser

In July, more than 1,100 medical professionals, medical students and OH residents signed a letter of concern , asking the hospital system to choose a more neutral venue. The confrontation between white supremacists and counter-demonstrators left one woman dead and several others injured. Gloria Tavera, a Case Western Reserve University medical s...

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  • Nawaz Sharif, sons to appear before NAB on Friday
Nawaz Sharif, sons to appear before NAB on Friday

A National Accountability Bureau (NAB) official told the Dawn newspaper that Sharif and his sons - Hussain and Hassan Nawaz - had been told to appear before investigators in Lahore for questioning in the Al-Azizia Steel Mills case. The references will be prepared on the basis of the material collected and referred by the Joint Investigation Team ...

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  • Texas 'bathroom bill' falters again as state House adjourns
Texas 'bathroom bill' falters again as state House adjourns

Reuters reports that Straus , a Republican himself, said that the "issue was not a priority" as the session came to a close. "As a firm believer in Texas values, I am proud to sign legislation that ensures no Texan is ever required to pay for a procedure that ends the life of an unborn child", Abbott said in a statement .

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  • Lithia Springs teacher stable after shooting, students to return Friday
Lithia Springs teacher stable after shooting, students to return Friday

Thursday and then suffered a self-inflicted gunshot wound in a classroom. As students began arriving on campus, they were immediately directed to the school gym for pickup, as classes were cancelled for the day. "We take a bad situation and make it as good as we can", Hambrick said. The sheriff's office and school system gave no other details a...

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  • Trump Cites 'Pants on Fire' Claim About General Pershing in Barcelona Response
Trump Cites 'Pants on Fire' Claim About General Pershing in Barcelona Response

Pershing that Trump repeatedly recounted in his speeches on the campaign trail. President Donald Trump cited the dubious story after a terrorist attack in Barcelona, Spain . "Okay? Twenty-five years, there wasn't a problem". The story faded quickly at the time, since Trump first delivered the Pershing anecdote at the peak of the Republican...

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  • British firms face more red tape in EU exit trade plans
British firms face more red tape in EU exit trade plans

The idea is that post the Brexit deadline in March of 2019 that the United Kingdom can continue to enjoy free movement of goods for a subsequent two years, whilst also getting the right to pursue trade deals with other countries too (which is not now permitted to European Union nations).

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  • Thirty-seven Inmates Killed in Government Raid on Venezuelan Prison
Thirty-seven Inmates Killed in Government Raid on Venezuelan Prison

Liborio Guarulla, governor of one of the most indigenous states in the country, has long stood against socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro and rejected objected to a socialist opposition plan to agree to participate in government-controlled elections.

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  • United Nations renews call for help of South Sudanese refugees
United Nations renews call for help of South Sudanese refugees

Only a fraction of the funding needed for 2017 has been secured. The Commissioner said the worldwide community holds high the assistance provided by the Sudan and its sharing of its resources with the refugees and that therefore he was of the view that the Sudan should receive more and more assistance from the global community so that it coul...

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  • Judge dismisses Northern Ireland same-sex marriage ban challenges
Judge dismisses Northern Ireland same-sex marriage ban challenges

A court is poised to issue a ruling on same-sex marriage in Northern Ireland tomorrow, as the outcome for two separate legal cases are expected to be decided. The ruling could lead to the final part of the United Kingdom and Ireland to passing same-sex marriage into law. 'The legislation says to lawfully married people that they are no longer mar...

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  • U.S. to Engage in Dialogue when N. Korea Halts Nuclear, Missile Tests
U.S. to Engage in Dialogue when N. Korea Halts Nuclear, Missile Tests

Many experts in Washington welcomed the measure, calling it the biggest diplomatic victory of the Trump administration, which has been seeking to build global pressure on North Korea. Next week's start of annual U.S. After more than 40 years of brutal colonial rule by Japan, the USA installed a military dictatorship in Seoul and waged a near-geno...

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  • Technology is key in India's development, said Modi on Independence Day
Technology is key in India's development, said Modi on Independence Day

PM Modi also talked about violence committed in the name of religion. "The need today is that all Indians in one voice should fight separatism, terrorism, and all such forces who divide and spread hatred in society, and unite to protect the basic principles of Indian-ness", said Gandhi.

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  • Neo-Nazi website's return via Russian help proves short-lived
Neo-Nazi website's return via Russian help proves short-lived

Russian Federation has recently dialed up its censorship of the internet. A Muslim-American radio host is accusing the publisher of a notorious neo-Nazi website of defaming him by falsely labeling him the "mastermind" of a deadly concert bombing in England, according to a federal lawsuit filed Wednesday.

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  • TMC swipes municipality polls, while BJP stands second
TMC swipes municipality polls, while BJP stands second

BJP stood second while the Left Front and Congress were nearly completely wiped out. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress on Thursday swept the municipal polls in the state capturing all seven civic bodies, where elections were held on August 13.

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  • 52% of Americans Say Trump's Response to Charlottesville Wasn't Strong Enough
52% of Americans Say Trump's Response to Charlottesville Wasn't Strong Enough

However, Republicans who were asked that question gave Trump credit for the economy for the first time, with 55 percent saying Trump gets credit and 36 percent disagreeing that Trump deserves the credit. President Donald Trump speaks at a press conference on Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2017. "By almost two to one, Americans think that President Trump...

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  • CBO: Withholding ACA Subsidies Would Send Premiums Soaring
CBO: Withholding ACA Subsidies Would Send Premiums Soaring

This information was released by the congressional budget office just. The CBO study - conducted at the request of House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi - showed that in addition to the 20% premium hike by 2018, premiums would rise by 25% by 2020.

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  • New Barca blow as Suarez ruled out for a month
New Barca blow as Suarez ruled out for a month

The club said he could also miss the match again Getafe after the worldwide break. Barcelona's Luis Suarez collides with Real Madrid goalkeeper Keylor Navas during the Spanish Super Cup second leg match. Suarez has scored 148 goals in the Spanish league, the Champions League and the Copa del Rey in his three seasons at Barcelona . He n...

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  • Kim Jong-Un appears to back off Guam threat
Kim Jong-Un appears to back off Guam threat

The United States and South Korea remain technically still at war with North Korea after the 1950-53 Korean conflict ended with a truce, not a peace treaty. He's quoted to have said the North will carry out the "important decision" as declared- should the US continue its "reckless, provocative actions on the Korean peninsula".

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  • US, North Korea
US, North Korea "very close" to armed conflict: Russian FM spokesperson

On Thursday, Trump told reporters: "He does something in Guam, it will be an event the likes of which nobody has seen before, what will happen in North Korea ". The rogue state says the U.S. will pay the price for the latest United Nations sanctions. South Korean presidential office Cheong Wa Dae said it "acknowledged active efforts" by Washin...

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  • North Korea's leader holds off on Guam missile launch
North Korea's leader holds off on Guam missile launch

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told reporters in Washington on Tuesday, "We continue to be interested in trying to find a way to get to dialogue, but that's up to (Kim)". After the meeting, Moon's spokesman said the president had "denounced" North Korea for disturbing the peace in the region with its repeated missile launches.

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  • Gorakhpur tragedy: Hospital aware of oxygen shortage, says memo
Gorakhpur tragedy: Hospital aware of oxygen shortage, says memo

The incident came to light after 63 children have lost their lives within a week at the government-run Baba Raghav Das Medical College hospital in Gorakhpur constituency belonging to CM Yogi Adityanath . According to reports Dr Kafeel Khan, was also a member of the purchase committee of the medical college. Uttar Pradesh's health minis...

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