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Trump considering dumping Bannon, Priebus, Spicer

That led Trump to tweet Friday morning, "As a very active President with lots of things happening, it is not possible for my surrogates to stand at podium with ideal accuracy". "We don't have press conferences... just don't have them". Trump said he would make up his mind whether to scrap the briefings "over the next couple weeks". Read More »

New Orleans Removes Statue of Jefferson Davis

Street names will also have to be renamed thanks to Landrieu's plan, as the area encompassing the Robert E. Lee monument is famously known as 'Lee Circle'. They say that Confederate iconography represents heritage. "I'm fighting the 1860s". "Behind the barricade, everybody behind the barricade", says one New Orleans police officer. Read More »

Comey sacking: Trump urged to hand over any tapes

The Russian envoy's presence at the meeting was not disclosed by the White House, but the Kremlin released official photos of the encounter, which was closed to US journalists. Later in the interview, Trump pointed to the Russian Federation probe as a catalyst for his decision. "We've going to get to the bottom of it". "On Monday, the president met with the attorney general and the deputy attorney general and they discussed reasons for removing the director". Read More »

North Korea will seek the extradition of anyone involved in


The creation of a CIA mission center dedicated specifically to North Korea also comes just days after Pyongyang threatened to launch an "anti-terrorist" attack against the US and South Korean intelligence agencies for their alleged plot to kill North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. Read More »

Man creates ruckus at Kapil Mishra's hunger strike, AAP denies link


He has not filed a complaint. The police rescued the youth from Mishra's supporters and then arrested him. Ruckus ensued at the protest site after the man, identified as Ankit Bhardwaj, allegedly attacked Mishra. The BJYM has denied any link with Mr Bharadwaj. Mishra had earlier alleged that he has been getting threat calls and launched a hunger strike on Wednesday morning. Read More »

'WannaCry' cyber attack hits 200000 victims in at least 150 countries: Europol

The U.K.'s National Cyber Security Centre said Sunday that there have been "no sustained new attacks" of the kind that struck Friday. The attack is unique, according to Europol, because it combines ransomware with a worm function, meaning once one machine is infected, the entire internal network is scanned and other vulnerable machines are infected. Read More »

Trump Says Social Media Helps Him to 'Circumvent' Fake Media

Sanders applauded Trump for praising Australia's health care system while also using the president's own words to argue against his Republican-backed health care bill. So maybe when we get to the Senate we should start off with looking at the Australian healthcare system". Donald Trump is attempted to put to bed rumors that he hung up on the Australian Prime Minister after a heated exchange during their first phone call in January. Read More »

China touts 'project of the century'

Denying all attempts made by the global community, President Xi Jinping said China plans to build it as a road to peace and link his country to most of Asia, Europe and Africa. IMF's Managing Director Christine Lagarde-"It is about connecting culture". The connectivity of people remains at the heart of creating a community of nations with a common destiny, he added. Read More »

Seven hospitals affected by cyber attack still in need of support


It's possible an NSA contractor may have been careless in leaving the hacking tool on an unsecured computer from which it was stolen by a hacking collective, that may have auctioned it on the dark net, although it came as a crumb of comfort that a domain name costing less than Rs 800 to create may have found the antidote to stop this virulent attack, the worst in the new millennium since the Love Bug virus. Read More »

Australia condemns N Korea missile test

It impacted "so close to Russian soil. the president can not imagine that Russia is pleased", the statement said, adding that North Korea "has been a flagrant menace for far too long". During the South's so-called "sunshine" era of the late 1990s and early to mid 2000s, liberal South Korean leaders held two summits with Kim Jong Un's father, the late Kim Jong Il, and shipped huge amounts of aid to the North. Read More »

United States won't be rushed on climate change policies - Tillerson

High-level officials from the world's eight Arctic nations, including T. In his remarks at the close of the conference, Tillerson noted that the administration is "reviewing" a variety of USA policies, including on climate change. The agreement seeks to reduce emissions and slow global warming to 2 degrees Celsius. "And I think that sounds reasonable to do so". While the statement merely referenced the entry into force of the Paris Agreement , it shows the in support of curbing ... Read More »

Seth Meyers: Trump 'just admitted everything the White House


Trump, however, contradicted that when he told NBC News that he was prepared to fire Comey regardless of the DOJ recommendation. "So it is not surprising or abnormal that I would not have known about the investigation or even more important, the content of that investigation. Read More »

Election in Germany's most populous state could boost Merkel

Allies the Greens also lost out, dropping to 6% from 11.3%. And it puts conservative challenger Armin Laschet, a liberal-minded deputy leader of Mrs Merkel's party, in a position to replace her. The party, whose national leader, Mr. Interior minister of North-Rhine-Westphalia Ralf Jaeger addresses a press conference to announce the suspension of Cologne's police chief on Januar 8, 2015 in Cologne, western Germany. Read More »

Trump firing Comey amounts to 'high crimes', says Harvard constitutional law professor


Comey, who was sacked by President Donald Trump on Tuesday, was invited to speak before the committee in a closed session. Russian Federation has denied the claims and the White House said there was no collusion. "You know that, I know that". "For many people, including myself, it is hard to avoid the conclusion that the president's decision to remove Director Comey was related to this investigation". Read More »

N.Korea says Sunday missile launch was new type of rocket

North Korea recently said it would hold talks with the U.S. "if the conditions were right", after President Trump said he would be "honoured" to meet Kim Jong-un under the right circumstances. A statement said that the missile was sacked from near Kusong City, in North Pyongan province, and that the South Korean and US militaries are analyzing the details. Read More »

Moon and China's Xi agree to improve ties, denuclearize N. Korea


Throughout his campaign, the new South Korean president had insisted that the new Seoul government must be given a chance to review and possibly reconsider the agreement reached by the former administration on the deployment of the USA missile defense system, the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD). Read More »

South Korea's Moon says willing to go to North

The South's 19th president - the son of refugees from North Korea - had during his campaign advocated for a combination of negotiations and economic cooperation alongside military and security measures in dealing with the North. South Korea's election body said that Moon had gathered 41 percent of the votes. "I will also go to Beijing and Tokyo and even Pyongyang in the right circumstances". Read More »

Saeed spreading terrorism in name of jihad


The Ministry of External Affairs has said it has not received any request so far for extradition of 26/11 Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed and 1993 Mumbai bombings accused Dawood Ibrahim from the agencies probing them. Saeed told the board that he had been cleared of terrorism charges by the Lahore High Court (LHC) in 2009. The Pakistan government on Saturday admitted that the "government detained the JuD leaders on pressure of United Nations and worldwide organisations". Read More »

DHSE Kerala +2 result 2017 today


How to Check Kerala VHSE 12th Class Plus 2 Results 2017? Although the Kerala HSE Result 2017 score will depend on the individual efforts and performance on the day of examination by the students; they can still get an idea on the expected score by assessing the previous year Kerala Plus Two Result. Read More »

Won't allow Pak to wage wars against its neighbours: Zardari


While addressing a ceremony organised in the metropolis of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Zardari said that this time around, the rulers would not be able to steal the mandate through rigging in elections. "In its tenure, PPP appointed the governor of K-P from Fata for having better understanding of the issues faced by the people of the tribal areas", Zardari said. Read More »

Prove reliability of EVMs in front of global experts

Days before the meet, the Aam Admi Party had staged a demonstration on hacking voting machine' in the Delhi Assembly. In its communication to the presidents of all the seven national and 48 state political parties, the Commission sent a status paper on EVMs and VVPAT. Read More »

James Clapper Warns US Institutions In Danger

Comey has been temporarily replaced by Andrew McCabe. But Clapper has spent the past few days disputing Trump's interpretation of his statements, and expressing grave concerns over how Trump abruptly fired now-former FBI Director James Comey on Tuesday evening. Read More »

UN Security Council to hold emergency meeting after North Korea launches missile

North Korean propaganda must be considered with wariness, but if confirmed, the claim marks another big step forward in the country's escalating efforts to field a nuclear-tipped missile capable of reaching the USA mainland. Mr Moon won Tuesday's election on a platform of a moderate approach to North Korea and has said he would be willing to go to Pyongyang under the right circumstances. Read More »