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Korea leader inspects test-fire of new anti-aircraft weapon

A submarine-launched ballistic missile is displayed in Kim Il Sung Square during a military parade on Saturday, April 15, 2017, in Pyongyang, North Korea , to celebrate the 105th birth anniversary of Kim Il Sung, the country's late founder and grandfather of current ruler Kim Jong Un. Read More »

U.S. climber dies, Indian missing on Everest


According to reports , Kumar lost contact with the balcony area, the last resting spot before climbers ascend t the south summit of the mountain. According to the AP, the four fatalities came during a weekend in which there was a heavy rush of climbers to the summit. Read More »

Kushner sought secret communications with Russia


Russian ambassador to the U.S. Sergei Kislyak told his superiors that Kushner floated the idea during a meeting at Trump Tower on December 1 or 2, according to the Post , which cited intercepts of Russian communications reviewed by U.S. Read More »

Jose Mourinho handles Antoine Griezmann question like an absolute pro

Moreover, because he just returned from burying his father and playing in that match, Paul Pogba enjoyed a temporary emotional respite from fans, and escaped the usual critical scrutiny of his overall performance that will surely continue to be his burden to bear for as long as he remains in the EPL, a league totally unsuited to his style of play. Read More »

May to confront Trump over attack leaks

May said she would talk to Trump at a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit later on Thursday about the leaks , which included the publication of photographs of the bomb site by the New York Times . The attack was the deadliest in Britain since 2005, when 56 people were killed in an attack on the London transport system. The name of the bomber, Salman Abedi (22), the Manchester-born son of Libyan descent, was reported by American television networks CBS and NBC on Tuesday before the ... Read More »

DND statement on the situation in Marawi City

President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines on Tuesday declared a partial state of martial law in the Pacific island nation after two soldiers and a police officer were killed in clashes with terror insurgents. Duterte said he had heard reports that a police chief in Marawi may have been beheaded by the Maute.The armed forces said it was on top of the situation but residents who fled told a different story. Read More »

G.O.P. Candidate Cruises to Victory After Allegedly Assaulting Reporter

Gianforte then addressed the incident that happened on Wednesday night, for which he was charged with misdemeanor assault against reporter Ben Jacobs . On NBC's Late Night , Seth Meyers said Republicans are trying a "new tactic" for dealing with scrutiny - body-slamming reporters. Still, it's unclear whether Gianforte's alleged assault will be enough to cost him the race , or if he'll still pull out a victory in a contest that's become a test case for Democratic enthusiasm in the wake ... Read More »

Oregon clinches spot in the Women's College World Series


The Oregon Ducks scored two runs in the inning, the first off an illegal pitch from Kentucky Pitcher Meagan Prince. The Wildcats scored two crucial runs in the bottom of the sixth inning, as Breanne Ray and Brynlee Bieglow scored on a two-run single with two outs by Erin Rethlake into right field. Read More »

Manchester concert bombing: More arrests, police respond to incident


Abedi, a 22-year-old Briton of Libyan descent died in Monday's explosion, which killed 22 people and wounded dozens as crowds were leaving an Ariana Grande concert. "She expressed the view that the intelligence sharing relationship we have with the U.S. is hugely important and valuable, but that the information that we share should be kept secure", a British government source said. Read More »

Star Wars Celebrating 40 Years Since The Release of Episode IV

As for Hamill, he tells Vanity Fair , "I can't say that phrase". He says they initially called him "DJ" for reasons that fans will be able to figure out. Though not a lot more is revealed about Holdo, she's described as a "prominent officer in the Resistance". On May 25, 1977 " Star Wars " opened in 32 U.S. Read More »

Iran leader slams Saudis as America's 'milking cow'


At a conference attended some heads of states and officials of Muslims countries in Riyadh, Donald Trump overshot the mark and burst into bellicose attacks against Tehran . When asked how he forsaw his country's relations with the US, Rouhani said he hoped the Trump administration would "settle down" and try to understand his nation better. Read More »

Zlatan Ibrahimovic to stay at Manchester United despite injury?


The United forward sustained a cruciate ligament injury in United's Europa League quarter-final win against Anderlecht, which kept on the sidelines for the rest of the season. Ibrahimovic defied the doubters to score 28 goals in all competitions in his debut United season, which could also be his last as the former Paris Saint-Germain star's deal expires next month. Read More »

Possibly fake Russian document affected FBI's Clinton investigation


The Washington Post reported Wednesday that this Russian intelligence was unreliable. On July 5, 2016, Comey announced , without notifying the Justice Department, that the FBI was closing the investigation in Clinton's emails and that there would be no prosecution of the former secretary of state and Democratic presidential nominee. Read More »

Trump's New Middle East Strategy May Be Based on Shaky Assumptions

Trump said while visiting Israel this week that he didn't mention Israel by name in the meeting. Trump, for his part, made sure not to mention the two-state solution and did not touch on any of the Palestinians' demands, including the issue of settlements, detainees or the right to self-determination. Read More »

Under martial law, Duterte tells troops 'you can arrest any person'

The Maute have emerged from the glut of bandit and separatist groups in the southern Philippines . Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte , giving a pep talk to his troops in the country's restive south, exhorted the soldiers to go all out in fighting Islamic militants, but he said he's willing to sit down with his enemies and talk peace. Read More »

Trump scolds European leaders who react by snickering

Other odd moments from this trip include the "grip and grit your teeth" handshake with new French President Emmanuel Macron , the failed attempts at hand holding with the first lady and video of Trump shoving aside Dusko Markovic , the prime minister of Montenegro, as the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation leaders got ready for their class photo. Read More »

Music legend Gregg Allman has died, publicist says

Cher mourned Allman's passing on Twitter . "Eternal love and life to Gregg Allman ". Gregg Allman and his older brother, Duane , were born in Nashville , Tenn., but raised in northern Florida. The Allmans embarked on lengthy musical explorations that reflected the discipline and dynamics of classical music, the passion of soul and the improvisational spirit of jazz. Read More »

Salman Abedi may have built other explosives


In addition, the United States and Britain are members of the " Five Eyes " pact, which also includes Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Britain hunted Thursday for a Libya-linked jihadist network thought to be behind the deadly Manchester bombing as US President Donald Trump threatened to prosecute anyone leaking details from the investigation to US media. Read More »

Palestinian prisoners end mass hunger strike

Hundreds of Palestinians jailed in Israeli prisons ended a 6-week-old hunger strike Saturday that raised tensions with Israel while marking the reemergence of a popular Palestinian politician serving multiple life terms for murder. Representatives of the terrorist prisoners say that the phone calls would not entail a security risk, as they would be monitored by Israel. Many Palestinians see Barghouti as a likely successor to Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas , whose popularity ... Read More »

Ariana Grande returning to 'incredibly brave city of Manchester' for benefit show

Up to 23,000 people have been considered "subjects of interest" in the past by the British counter-terrorism agencies, according to the new figures announced after the deadly Manchester terror attack. On Friday, Grande also posted a link to a crowd-funding website that is raising money for the victims of the Manchester bombing. The arrests bring to 11 the number of suspects held in Britain over Monday's blast at a concert by USA pop idol Ariana Grande , in which 22 people died and 116 ... Read More »

Kushner 'has no recollection' of Russian contacts


Kushner spoke with Ambassador Sergey Kislyak about creating that line of communication to facilitate sensitive discussions aimed at exploring the incoming administration's options with Russian Federation as it was developing its Syria policy, a person familiar with the discussions told The Associated Press . Read More »