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Trump willing to 'make peace' with Pyongyang

Trump willing to 'make peace' with Pyongyang

Specifically , North Korea's military is said to be replacing gallery strongholds made of stone, due to their propensity to break into pieces when struck by missiles, resulting in additional casualties. President Donald Trump poses for a photo with South Korea's presidential envoy Hong Seok-hyun, Vice President Mike Pence, National Security Advisor H.R.


Trump faces diplomatic hurdles during 28 hours in the Holy Land

Trump faces diplomatic hurdles during 28 hours in the Holy Land

A changing schedule and shifting locations have made planning for the visit hard. After raising expectations in Israel that he will deliver an address atop Masada, Trump's team canceled the event at the last minute. "It's nearly certainly going to be a great visit because it's about the optics", said one politician. So why is everyone nervous? For the " historic " two-day visit, a poison gas-safe and rocket-proof suite has been prepared for the USA leader.


Macron meets Merkel on first official visit as French President

Macron meets Merkel on first official visit as French President

France's new President Emmanuel Macron secured backing from key ally Chancellor Angela Merkel for his bid to shake up Europe, despite scepticism in Berlin over his proposed reforms. After years of strained relations between France and Germany, Macron wants to reset the partnership to improve growth across the region and counter the populist fervor that triggered the U.K.'s exit from the European Union, helped Marine Le Pen achieve the strongest-ever election result for France's National ...



Russia probe reaches current White House official, report says

Cummings, who is the ranking Democrat on the Oversight Committee, made his statement in response to a report first published by The New York Times on Friday. He says he hopes Comey's testimony will answer some of the questions that have arisen since Comey was suddenly dismissed last week by President Donald Trump.


Graham wants FBI director without political ties

Graham wants FBI director without political ties

Trump, then the Republican Presidential Nominee, reacted favourably to the news. "Let's say I did it on January 20, the opening, right, and that would have been the big story as opposed to the inauguration", Trump said. "Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein's office has confirmed to Senator Schumer's office that Mr. Rosenstein will come to brief the full Senate next week".