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City removes 2nd of 4 Confederate statues in New Orleans

Lee , is another monument slated for removal , along with Confederate General P G T Beauregard on horseback which sits in the city's largest park. The Times-Picayune reported that some protesters shouted "Cowards" and "Totalitarianism" as the equipment for removal was put in place.


CIA forms special unit focused on North Korea threat

CIA forms special unit focused on North Korea threat

Based on the DIA statements, "if talking about an ICBM capable of striking the continental US, I would say it is "fast approaching, ' or a 'near-term" threat, not 'imminent,"' Michael Elleman, a missile defense analyst for 38 North, a website that focuses on North Korea, said in an email.



ACB records statement of Kapil Mishra

Till some time back, Mishra had been accusing the BJP of shielding Dikshit in the case and later he alleged that the AAP government tried to shield her. The police rescued the youth from Mishra's supporters and then arrested him. "I would like to send a message to chief minister (Delhi) Arvind Kejriwal to put out the details of the foreign tours of his five politicians - Satyendra Jain, Ashish Khetan, Raghav Chaddha, Sanjay Singh and Durgesh Pathak - in the public domain", Mishra told reporters.


Former French Prime Minister Manuel Valls wants to be Macron candidate

Former French Prime Minister Manuel Valls wants to be Macron candidate

Read Also: Theresa May talks Brexit with Emmanuel Macron Party grandees in the conservative The Republicans party, whose candidate Francois Fillon also crashed out in the first round, were scheduled to meet on Tuesday evening. The new president has said he wants to break with the traditional left-right political axis in France and Valls is inextricably linked to unpopular outgoing Socialist President Francois Hollande.



Korea: New long-range missile can carry heavy nuke

Kim witnessed the test and "hugged officials in the field of rocket research, saying that they worked hard to achieve a great thing", according to KCNA. The latest projectile, launched from a military base in Kusong near the country's northwest coast landed in the Sea of Japan. Schilling said the ability to hit Guam was not a game-changer, but that the new missile could be a step along the way.