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Korea calls S. Korea's border firing reckless provocation

Korea calls S. Korea's border firing reckless provocation

The non-government preparatory group is seeking to hold a celebratory event in North Korea to mark the first inter-Korean summit held on June 15, 2000. North Korea has developed its nuclear and ballistic missile programs despite heavy global sanctions already in place, and Chinese firms are among those alleged to help North Korea evade import bans and other measures meant to starve those programs.



Trump traveling to Israel on Monday

Adam Schiff, D-Calif., said on CNN . "Islamist", meanwhile, refers to political movements that seek to implement Islamic law and theology, making it less objectionable to Muslims when paired with "terrorism", the idea goes. Mr Trump signed arms deals worth nearly $US110 billion during his two-day visit to Saudi Arabia . Trump has also retreated from a campaign pledge to move the U.S.



Trump, family make private visit to Western Wall

Bush's 2002 roadmap to peace which brought the global community into the equation. Trump and Abbas met earlier this month at the White House . Trump reaffirmed his commitment to broker the "ultimate deal" between Palestinians and Israel .


'Pak video claiming damaged Indian posts fake', says Indian Army

'Pak video claiming damaged Indian posts fake', says Indian Army

On Tuesday, the Indian Army released a video which was shot on May 9, eight days after the beheading of two Indian security personnel by soldiers of the Pakistan Army. In response to the recent infiltration bids from the Pakistan side of the Line of Control, the Indian Army struck a Pakistani forward post in Naushera sector.



Ariana Grande suspends world tour, cancels some Euro stops

A Libyan counter-terrorism force on Wednesday (NZT) arrested Abedi's younger brother, Hashem Abedi, in the capital Tripoli on suspicion of links with Islamic State, a force spokesman told Reuters in Libya. Speaking to the Wall Street Journal she said she thought he was driven by what he saw as injustices. After less than a year in Saudi Arabia, Ramadan Abedi said he fled to the United Kingdom, where he sought political asylum and lived for 25 years.



Trump's budget director defends plans to cut social programs

Trump's budget was silent on bargaining with the pharmaceutical industry to reduce the cost of prescription drugs, a topic the president has often touched on. The big news for the federal workforce was the proposed cuts to retirement . At the Energy Department , funding for agency's arm charged with renewable energy and energy efficiency research would be cut by almost 70 percent .