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Trump willing to resolve with North Korea nuclear crises

Trump willing to resolve with North Korea nuclear crises

The paper praised those responsible for the Hwasong-12 intermediate-range ballistic missile for showing the world "the strength of the powerful self-reliant nuclear state". "Launching ballistic missiles is a serious provocation that violates UN Security Council resolutions, as well as being a serious challenge to global peace and stability".


How Can We Tell Whether Comeys Firing Was Justified

How Can We Tell Whether Comeys Firing Was Justified

CNN said Comey is "not anxious about any tapes" Trump may have, citing an unnamed source familiar with the matter. According to the New York Times , that unusual private dinner in January also involved Trump demanding a pledge of loyalty from Comey, who instead promised to remain honest.



Venezuelans again take to streets as death toll jumps to 37

He said the constitutional reform body would not include political parties with seats in the opposition-controlled National Assembly , but representatives of social groups traditionally loyal to him. " We must stop ignoring the just cry of the people suffocated by an intolerable crisis ", said Dudamel, who is serving as the Los Angeles Philharmonic's musical director.



Probe will prove no conspiracy with Russian Federation

Trump said as much in one televised interview, but the White House has offered changing justifications for the firing. "No", he said when he was asked about the report during a White House news conference on Thursday. Illinois Democrats applauded a decision Wednesday by the Department of Justice to appoint former FBI Director Robert Mueller as a special council to oversee an investigation into possible Russian influence in the 2016 presidential election.



White House adviser is person of interest in Russian Federation probe

That probe extends to looking into any possible ties between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin. Though he complained this week that "no politician in history. The House and Senate intelligence committees are leading the investigatory charge on Russian Federation, but a smattering of other committees - including the Senate Judiciary committee and its subcommittee on crime and terrorism, the House Oversight and Government Reform committee, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and the Senate ...