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Donald Trump willing to make peace with North Korea

Donald Trump willing to make peace with North Korea

Kim accused the council of playing "to the tune of the US again" and protested the Trump administration's demand for countries to choose allegiance between the United States and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, his country's official name.


North Korea says United States must repeal 'hostile policy' amid chemical weapons concerns

North Korea says United States must repeal 'hostile policy' amid chemical weapons concerns

It comes as it was reported that American troops in South Korea have carried out military drills to rehearse destroying North Korea's weapons of mass destruction. United Nations sanctions monitors said they are investigating the case for any violations. "You have to pick a side". Harris, head of the United States Pacific Command, based in Hawaii, said North Korea is "closer to being able to deliver a nuclear-equipped missile anywhere in the world" and called for further coordination ...


Melania Trump skips headscarf in Saudi Arabia

Melania Trump skips headscarf in Saudi Arabia

Women in Saudi Arabia, including visitors and foreign dignitaries, are expected to be fully covered in public, including their head and hair, according to the country's religious and legal codes, ABC News reported. The White House confirmed the draft was authentic, but cautioned the president had not yet signed off on the final product. Melania is accompanying Trump on a five-country tour that also includes stops in Israel and Italy.


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Assange says "will not forgive or forget" detention for 7 years

Assange, who did not take questions, said detention and extradition without charge had "become a feature of the EU" and that needed addressing. Assange, wearing a dark brown leather jacket, held his clenched fist in the air after stepping onto the small balcony below a flapping Ecuadorian flag before saying the Swedish decision was "an important victory".



GE announces $15 billion of business deals with Saudi

It added that the missile was aimed at Riyadh but gave no further detail. The attempted strike has yet to be confirmed, Reuters reports . The Houthi move came a day ahead of U.S. The Trump administration is also considering stepping up intelligence support for the Saudi-led monarchs' coalition in Yemen, reversing a policy by ex-President Barack Obama who curbed the US role due to widespread civilian deaths and a seeming disregard by royals for basic humanitarian norms.



Ex-FBI chief Comey to testify publicly before lawmakers

Dunford, whose first term will be completed in September, was picked for the job by President Barack Obama. In February national security adviser Michael Flynn was forced to resign after it emerged he had misled members of the administration about his contact with the Russian ambassador to the US.