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'Map Of Death': North Korea Has A Detailed Plan To Incinerate Guam

'Map Of Death': North Korea Has A Detailed Plan To Incinerate Guam

The defense chiefs of South Korea and the United States will have their first meeting in Washington on August 30, Seoul's defense ministry said in a report to lawmakers on Monday. Meanwhile, North Korea says that the issue of Americans detained in the country "is not an object to discuss" in view of current tensions with the United States.


Utah soldier killed in combat in Afghanistan

Utah soldier killed in combat in Afghanistan

The wounded personnel have been medically evacuated for treatment. Next of kin are being notified, the statement noted. Wednesday's death is the third US combat fatality this month, following an attack on a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation convoy in Kandahar province on August 2 that killed two soldiers and wounded four others.


Day for local A-Level students as results out

Day for local A-Level students as results out

Read this carefully, as some universities may require action on your part to confirm your place as a student. For the uninitiated - which is everyone - Clearing can be a bit daunting. Would an apprenticeship suit you? This year there has been a drop in applications to start degree courses at United Kingdom universities this autumn, fuelled by factors including a fall in the 18 and 19-year-old population, changes to funding for nursing degrees and the possible impact of Brexit.


HP CM warns Congress workers against anti-party activities

HP CM warns Congress workers against anti-party activities

Surprisingly, opposition Congress won posts of heads in 15 local bodies, followed by independents in three local bodies. The BJP chief, however, did not accept the party lost important seats to Congress during polls and reiterated that the Congress was restricted to a few limited areas.


Pauline Hanson wears Burka into Australian senate

Pauline Hanson wears Burka into Australian senate

FAR RIGHT Australian lawmaker Pauline Hanson has entered the Australian Senate in a burqa, in a move deemed an "appalling" stunt by Australia's top legal official. "No, Senator Hanson, we will not ban the burqa", he said. I understand she's not a Muslim, not of Islamic faith. Speaking to Radio 2GB afterwards, the Senator said the goal of the stunt was to get her message across.


The two presidents Bush's call to reject

The two presidents Bush's call to reject "the racism, anti-semitism and hatred"

We're renegotiating trade deals to make them great for our country and great for the American worker". From former presidents to current congressional leaders, frustrated Republicans on Wednesday distanced themselves from President Donald Trump's latest comments on the deadly white nationalist rally in Virginia.