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South Korean president says 'there will not be a war'

South Korean president says 'there will not be a war'

More North Korean bombs could indicate second-strike capacity and then there are questions about how much nuclear firepower the country could mobilize on a moment's notice. Olli Heinonen, a former deputy director-general at the United Nations nuclear agency, said an arsenal of dozens of weapons might suggest North Korea seeks the capacity to retaliate in a nuclear war.


Iran needs only 5 days to enrich uranium to 20%

Iran needs only 5 days to enrich uranium to 20%

Iran gave up the majority of its stockpile of 20-percent enriched uranium as part of the nuclear deal it struck with world powers. He even writes that the nuclear deal was doomed to fail as the USA never had any intention of allowing Iran to access nuclear weapons even after the deal had ended.


Dozens killed in Syria city airstrikes

Dozens killed in Syria city airstrikes

The Observatory said bombs that hit the al-Sakhani and Harat al-Bado districts on Monday were close to a multi-story residential building that had been bombed the day before, killing at least 27 civilians, including seven children. Al Jazeera reported that at least 100 civilians have been killed by USA airstrikes in Raqqa since Sunday. In August, it acknowledged the deaths of 624 civilians in its attacks in Syria and Iraq since 2014, but rights groups say the number is much higher.


'Donald Trump' ecstasy pills seized by German police

'Donald Trump' ecstasy pills seized by German police

A search of the auto revealed more than 5,000 tablets in the shape of President Trump's head. "In addition, a large amount of cash has also been secured", the translated statement reads. Surprisingly these aren't the first pills to have been found that look like Trump, as in July similar pills were discovered in the UK. British tabloids reported last month that the pills, reportedly made in both pink and orange, were flooding the United Kingdom illegal drugs market.


If We Enter India, 'Chaos', Warns China, Says India's Stand Is 'Vicious'

If We Enter India, 'Chaos', Warns China, Says India's Stand Is 'Vicious'

According to PTI , China said that it was "not aware" of reports of PLA soldiers entering Indian territory and said it is "committed to peace and tranquillity along the border". At the same time, we will safeguard our territorial integrity and sovereignty. "So we urge the Indian side to take concrete actions and make positive moves to correct its wrongdoing", she added.


Phoenix Braces for Tuesday Trump Rally and Protests

Phoenix Braces for Tuesday Trump Rally and Protests

Arpaio "personifies the same bigotry and intolerance we witnessed in Charlottesville", she added, referencing the recent white supremacist rally in Virginia. Trump later retweeted the article about his comments. The two haven't diverged on immigration. He initiated immigration sweeps, traffic stops and detentions based on racial and neighborhood profiling.