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China Denies Resumption of Coal Imports from N. Korea

China Denies Resumption of Coal Imports from N. Korea

In a meeting with President Moon Jae-in on Thursday, national security adviser Chung Eui-yong said he expected Pyongyang to act around October 10 and 18, but gave no details. President Donald Trump's state visit to China this year, and major global and regional issues, Lu said. The secretary of state is making his second visit to China, following up on a visit in March, soon after he was confirmed as the top USA diplomat.


Chicago Area Woman Stranded In Puerto Rico

Chicago Area Woman Stranded In Puerto Rico

Almost half of its 3.4 million residents are without drinking water, and some residents wait days for a tanker to show up. "When we say we that we don't have truck drivers, we mean that we have not been able to contact them", Rosselló said.



DPR Korea-Malaysia AFC Asian Cup 2019 qualifying match postponed

The football match between North Korea and Malaysia in Pyongyang, which is supposed to take place on Oct 5, has been postponed yet again. The move means that Malaysia now joins the US and South Korea as one of only three countries on earth to explicitly ban its citizens from visiting North Korea.


Iraq's Kurds say 92 percent voted in favor of independence

Iraq's Kurds say 92 percent voted in favor of independence

Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi called for the historic ballot to be "cancelled" and called on Kurds to work within "the framework of the constitution". The Iraqi Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) notified worldwide airline companies that global flights to and from Erbil and the region's second largest city, Sulaimaniya, would be suspended Wednesday.


Mark Zuckerberg hits back at Donald Trump's claim that Facebook is anti

Mark Zuckerberg hits back at Donald Trump's claim that Facebook is anti

The company said it made a stronger push to remove fake accounts when it observed suspicious activity following widely reported foreign interference in the French and United States presidential elections over the past year. At the end of his post, Zuckerberg said he "regret [s]" saying such a thing and that it's "too important an issue to be dismissive". Zuckerberg also said that Facebook encouraged more people to engage politically and vote than ever before, while acknowledging there were ...