• USA 'not looking for fight' with North Korea

    USA 'not looking for fight' with North Korea

    China is appealing for calm, and possibly reexamining its role. Russian president Vladimir Putin has reportedly ordered troops and weapons to be sent to the country's border with North Korea as tensions continue to escalate. That response includes sending the USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier strike group closer to the Sea of Japan following a major miscommunication about its whereabouts.

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  • IPhone 8: Talk of delays and redesign over security issue

    IPhone 8: Talk of delays and redesign over security issue

    The report also says while the screen is larger than the iPhone 7 Plus, the overall size of the smartphone is similar to an iPhone 7. This is quite an interesting turn of rumors. According to Bloomberg , Apple is indeed working on three iPhones, including a flagship handset that will have an OLED display taking up the entire front side of the handset.

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  • North Korea rolls out missiles, other weaponry at parade

    North Korea rolls out missiles, other weaponry at parade

    Amid rising regional tensions, Pyongyang residents have been preparing for North Korea's most important hol. Saturday's holiday, known as the Day of the Sun, normally includes an huge military parade and synchronized public performances, sometimes involving tens of thousands of people.

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  • US Begins Talks On Amending South Korea Free Trade Deal

    Yokosuka naval base in Tokyo Bay. "America has played a certain role in Asia since 1945. that role has in the end of the day been a stabilizer", Delury said . "Most concerning is the fact that the United States trade deficit with South Korea has more than doubled since Korus has come into effect". Some economists have criticized the Trump administration's focus on trade deficits as a way of viewing USA economic ties with the rest of the world.

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  • Easter egg hunt a hit in Dobson

    Easter egg hunt a hit in Dobson

    The event was inspired to "give back to the community during the 150th year anniversary celebration of Canada", he said. At the time, Shepherd was doing her hippity hopping at the first of the three Easter egg hunts: the one at the Pocket Park at 41 Fayette Street.

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  • Arkansas fights on multiple legal fronts to begin executions

    Arkansas fights on multiple legal fronts to begin executions

    The state had planned to execute the eight inmates before its supply of a lethal injection drug expires at the end of April. Ward's decision "to delay a month to initiate this case, leaving the circuit court and this Court on appeal only 15 days to act, weighs in favor of the Respondents", said Ms.

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  • Tens of thousands march to demand Trump's tax returns

    Tens of thousands march to demand Trump's tax returns

    And though he and his surrogates have said often that he would release them when the audits were complete, there's no way to independently verify that the audits of his returns from years past are still ongoing. "Without seeing his taxes, we'll never really know who he's working for", said Dinkin, who expects the marches to draw at least 100,000 protesters.

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  • Pence warns NKorea 'era of strategic patience is over'

    Vice President Mike Pence took a tough line on North Korea Monday, warning the rogue state not to test the "strength of [U.S.] armed forces", by continuing to build out its nuclear program. His national security adviser, H.R. McMaster, said the USA would rely on its allies as well as Chinese leadership to resolve the issues with North Korea .

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  • Palestinians in Israeli jails begin hunger strike

    In the NYT piece , Barghouti accused Israel of conducting "mass arbitrary arrests and ill-treatment of Palestinian prisoners", and said that a hunger strike is "the most peaceful form of resistance available" against these abuses. One cage held two Palestinians in Israeli prison uniform. About 6,500 Palestinians are now detained by Israel on a wide range of offenses and alleged crimes.

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  • Teenager Dies After Being Attacked By Shark In WA

    Teenager Dies After Being Attacked By Shark In WA

    Police said the 17-year-old was in the water with her father near the town of Esperance when she was attacked on Monday afternoon. Tragically, the teen, who lost a substantial amount of blood, later died from the injuries sustained. Police have not said what type of shark was responsible but are being helped in their investigation by the department of fisheries. Authorities closed Wylie Bay Beach until further notice.

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  • USA keeps Taiwan on currency monitoring list

    The report said Treasury would review the currency and other trade practices of the six nations named to the monitoring list and meet with finance officials from those nations to ensure progress in shrinking their trade imbalances with the United States .

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  • North Korea: Trump's airstrikes in Syria justify its nuclear weapons program

    North Korea: Trump's airstrikes in Syria justify its nuclear weapons program

    McMaster said, when asked why the Navy strike group Carl Vinson, whose flagship is a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier of that name, will make its way toward the Korean peninsula from Singapore as a show of force. He said South Korean troops are prepared to respond to any provocation by the Kim Jong-un regime in the next few days. According to a Friday report by NBC, the US National Security Council has suggested to Trump and his advisors that nuclear weapons could be returned to South Korea, ...

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  • Man charged in deadly shooting on train in Atlanta

    Man charged in deadly shooting on train in Atlanta

    Police said the shooting of the man appears to be a "targeted, isolated incident". The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority, the metro's governing body, said the suspect has been arrested and investigation is underway. At least four people were reportedly shot, and the station has been closed while law enforcement secures and investigates the scene. The suspect is in custody, but his name has not been released.

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  • Trump, Xi talked Syria strike over 'beautiful' chocolate cake

    An interview between Trump and FOX Business Network's Maria Bartiromo aired on Wednesday morning, and included a few contextual descriptions from the president on the play-by-play of the Syrian airstrike decision. Almost finished, Trump mistakenly said the strike targeted Iraq . Trump said that Xi was also enjoying his dessert. The chemical attack in the rebel-held town of Khan Sheikhoun on 4 April killed 87 people, many of them children.

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  • Ryu wins ANA Inspiration in playoff after Thompson's penalty

    Thompson appeared to to put the marker at the side of her ball, which was then replaced a few millimetres in front of the marker. "My caddie helped me out tremendously". After her bogey on 12, Thompson was informed of the penalties by an LPGA rules official, responding: "Is this a joke?" She nevertheless birdied three of the last six holes to force the playoff, but couldn't match Ryu's playoff birdie.

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  • Need more time to file taxes?

    Need more time to file taxes?

    The IRS might request such records as receipts, bills, canceled checks and legal papers, the agency said, adding that only copies should be sent. Fail to check this box and the IRS has no way to know that you have health insurance; thus, you will be assessed a penalty.

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  • One For Arthur wins The Grand National

    There's been an outpouring of support and congratulations for the Sligo-born jockey Derek Fox, who has ridden One For Arthur to victory at the Grand National at Aintree this evening. LIVERPOOL, England (AP) — Belinda McClung and Deborah Thomson bought One For Arthur in 2013 because they wanted an activity to enjoy while their partners were out playing golf.

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