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North Korea missile program progressing faster than expected, says South


Yonhap News reported that South Korea fired about 90 machine gun rounds across the border, and was checking whether the object was a drone. Pyongyang habitually issues threats and says it needs nuclear weapons.― Reuters pic SEOUL , May 23 - North Korea today "flatly rejected" a United Nations statement vowing to punish its latest banned missile test with tighter sanctions. Read More »

US President Donald Trump pulling US out of Paris climate deal


Speaking to reporters on Thursday, a spokesman for President Vladimir Putin, Dmitry Peskov, said that Russian Federation "thinks highly" of the accords and there is no alternative to it. What is not yet clear is whether Trump plans to initiate a formal withdrawal from the Paris accord, which under the terms of the agreement could take three years, or exit the underlying United Nations climate change treaty on which the accord was based. Read More »

Philippine police questioning driver in casino attack probe

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte also said on Saturday that the attack was "not the work" of Daesh. He said the IS attacks were "more cruel and brutal". Tengco says she can not understand how a gunman managed to enter the casino. Albayalde said investigators took blood samples for DNA testing. "You see he was even changing magazines, he changed magazines at least three times". Read More »

Here's The Bold Way France Responded To Trump's Climate Deal Exit

Enacted in 2015 during then-President Obama's administration, the Paris climate accord was a landmark, worldwide agreement to combat global warming and cut carbon emissions. This is an opportunity for other countries to reaffirm their commitment to stopping climate change and creating renewable energy jobs. UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres on Friday asserted that climate change is "undeniable" as he strongly urged all governments across the world to "stay the course" and ... Read More »

Trump Pulls US From Climate Accord, Dismaying Allies

Trump faced considerable pressure to hold to the deal during visits with European leaders and Pope Francis on his recent trip overseas. But Cohn, Trump's chief White House economic adviser, told reporters during the trip overseas that the president's views on climate change were "evolving" following the discussions with European leaders. Read More »

6 dead in London Bridge, market terror attack

Police specialists are collecting evidence in the heart of London after a series of attacks described as terrorism killed six people and injured more than 30 others. He said: "I was going, 'Everybody, run - they're terrorists! terrorists! they're killing everybody!' and they're going, 'This is for Allah, ' and they're just running around". Read More »

United Nations says Trump climate move won't derail accord

OPEC and 10 other countries led by Russian Federation agreed last week to extend for nine months, to March, a production cut of 1.8 million barrels a day initially agreed on in November. Through crestfallen, Trudeau reiterated to the president "Canada's continued commitment to working internationally to address climate change". The Russian Federation is one of the world's largest emitter of global greenhouse gases it has a large mitigation potential and could play a major role in the ... Read More »

Defense Secretary Mattis turns up heat on North Korea and China


In a speech after the vote, U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley said "the Security Council is sending a clear message to North Korea today: Stop firing ballistic missiles or face the consequences". North Korea , Mattis said, is the major threat in the region and at odds with the worldwide community. " North Korea's attitude is feeding tensions in a region where we have major economic interest, and we do not want to see an arms race here", Goulard said. Read More »

Sean Spicer said Trump knows what 'covfefe' means

Using people such as Kushner to accomplish it also is normal. This past week, matters grew even more serious for Trump with new media reports of the president's son-in-law and now-White House adviser Jared Kushner prior to Trump taking office allegedly attempting to establish an unsecured, back-channel way of communicating with the Russians. Read More »

Van speeds into pedestrians on London Bridge, many reportedly injured


Ben said: "We saw people running away and then I saw a man in red with a large blade , at a guess 10 inches (25 centimeters) long, stabbing a man, about three times". The force initially said officers were also responding to a reported third incident, in the Vauxhall area of London . She said there was hardly any noise outside now and the situation had improved somewhat mostly because there was police everywhere now. Read More »

An Incredible Technological Feat: Interceptor Missile Shoots Down ICBM


The Director of the U.S. Missile Defense Agency , Jim Syring , said on Wednesday that the ICBM interception shows America's ability to outpace the threat of incoming missiles through 2020. The Sea-Based X-band radar in the Pacific tracked and targeted the launch, as did "multiple sensors", MDA said, which would most likely include the Air Force's main missile-warning satellite constellation, the Space-Based Infrared System. Read More »

Varadkar begins discussions with party colleagues

The new Fine Gael leader is expected to contact Simon Coveney who he beat by a margin of 60-40 in yesterday's count. The piece outlined how the 38-year-old politician will replace outgoing Taoiseach Enda Kenny after winning the Fine Gael leadership contest on Friday evening. Read More »

London Bridge terror attacks: What we know


And at least 20 casualties have been taken to six hospitals across London . Six civilians were killed and dozens more were injured before three attackers were killed by police in London . "Whatever the United States can do to help out in London and the U". "A man suddenly appeared in the restaurant with a massive knife - some people in the restaurant believe there may have been another man - but it was so chaotic it was hard to tell", the witness said. Read More »

Rahm slams Trump on Paris pullout, joins pledge to meet climate goals

Add to this the fact that according to 2013 data per capita Carbon dioxide emission in the USA was 16.4 metric tonnes, whereas India's was just 1.6 metric tonnes. At a long-planned meeting on Friday between Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and European Union officials in Brussels, the leaders pledged full implementation of the Paris deal. Read More »

Terror attacks strike heart of London; 6 people killed

The main opposition leader, Labour's Jeremy Corbyn , said Saturday's attacks were "brutal and shocking incidents", adding: "My thoughts are with the victims and their families". The White House said he had been briefed on the incidents by his national security team. US President Donald Trump offered his help, tweeting " WE ARE WITH YOU ". Read More »

UK Conservatives pledge no tax hike for top earners as vote nears

In the new poll, support for the Conservatives stood at 40 percent, down six percentage points and Labour were on 39 percent, up five points. However, the considerable narrowing of the Tory lead registered... This, he said, showed similarities to his own campaign which took on the high powered and financed campaign of the Clinton political dynasty with its connections to banking and party apparatchiks. Read More »

Vladimir Putin claims 'patriotic hackers' framed Russian Federation for USA election interference

Putin had previously denied that Russia had anything to do with the election hack, but this week, he admitted " patriotically minded " Russian private hackers might have helped President Donald Trump win the election. Speaking at Russia's annual showcase economic forum in Saint Petersburg on Friday, Mr Putin slammed accusations that Moscow meddled in the election. Read More »

Indian skipper Kohli denies reports of rift with coach

India has retained 9 players from the team that won the Champions Trophy in 2013 while the addition of the hard hitting Kedar Jadhav and the evergreen Yuvraj Singh makes the batting look more intimidating. A match in which if you succeed, you become a hero, according Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed . All you can do is focus on your skills. "Have to come out on top", he added. Read More »

Car runs into London Bridge pedestrians; multiple injuries

Some witnesses reported seeing as many as three attackers, a figure not confirmed by police. The attacks come days ahead of a June 8 election and less than two weeks after a suicide bomber killed 22 people at a pop concert by US singer Ariana Grande in Manchester in northern England. Read More »

British police respond to incidents at several locations; multiple casualties reported

The attack began just after 10 p.m. local time on London Bridge, just north of an area bustling with cafes and bars, and near the London Bridge rail and underground interchange. Masood was shot dead by a ministerial bodyguard. They later declared the incidents at Borough Market and London Bridge as terrorist attacks . "Our thoughts are with those who are caught up in these awful events". Read More »

Pedestrians mowed down by vehicle, throats cut, shots fired

Witnesses said a white van ran into people on a pavement at a high speed. "He hit about two people in front of me and then three behind", Holly Jones told the British TV network. Some passersby told The Spectator's Will Heaven they saw 15-20 people struck, while others said they saw 7-8. "There will be additional police and officers deployed across the Capital", Assistant Commissioner Rowley said. Read More »

Twenty casualties in terror attacks on London Bridge

On May 22, a suicide bomber killed 22 people and injured dozens at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester. Witnesses say the attackers encouraged them to film the scene as they shouted "Allah Akbar" ("God is greatest") before being injured and arrested by police. Read More »

Sunny Leone: Let's judge Priyanka Chopra for her actions, not clothes


In the poster that was unveiled by Sunny herself, she is seen rolling on red chillis wearing nothing. well she has covered her attention-grabbing assets. "I've noticed I have a lot more energy, I'm eating a lot more vegetables, I feel actually really, really wonderful". She has set an example by adopting two dogs - one from the trash dumper and the other from an animal shelter. Read More »

UK Police Declare London Bridge, Borough Market Incidents as Terrorism

An eyewitness tells Sky News he saw people who seemed to have been run over and people being placed in an ambulance covered in blankets. London Ambulance Service reports 48 casualties were taken to six hospitals across London . and got people to come in to the bar and to go into toilets, hide under tables and hide in our cellar where we keep all our stock", Lamas said. "Thank you to the emergency services". Read More »

Washington, California, New York Unite To Back Climate Pact

And Pruitt doesn't seem concerned European leaders said they don't think the agreement can be renegotiated. " Climate change needs to be aggressively addressed on a global level, and the Paris accord is central to this effort", said Jack Ende, MD, MACP, ACP President. Read More »

Trump lashes out as US-Germany rift deepens

But what might have stunned Trump's NATO colleagues the most was his failure to reassure them of his firm commitment to Article 5 of the NATO Charter, which commits members to come to the assistance of any fellow NATO country under military attack, a commitment that NATO states honoured during the September 11, 2001, terrorist attack by al-Qaida carried out against the United States , in which nearly 3,000 people killed. Read More »

Two French citizens injured in London attack: President's office

Officials also said one police officer was injured while responding to the London Bridge incident. They did not say if officers fired the shots. London's Metropolitan police urged the public to remain calm, but be alert and vigilant, posting graphics advising citizens to Run, Hide, Tell. Read More »

London Terror Attacks: 10 Things We Know So Far

Peter Rhodes , London Ambulance Service Assistant Director of Operations, said at least 20 people were injured in the attack . Mark Rowley, the Metropolitan Police counterterrorism head, early on June 4 said police believe there were just the three attackers but that the investigation is continuing into the " terrorist " act. Read More »

German envoy to US downplays Trump-Merkel tensions

The sharp words from Gabriel came after Trump concluded his first official tour overseas which took him to Saudi Arabia, Israel, Brussels and then Italy for a G7 summit, the German website reported . Ms Merkel talked to PM Modi in Berlin about developing cooperation with India. After the G-7 and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation meetings, Merkel said Europe could no longer rely on others - apparently meaning the U.S. Read More »

'This will change': Trump tweets anger at Germany's Merkel

Trump's comments came in an early-morning tweet issued just as Merkel hosted Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Berlin , where they held a meeting and signed cooperation agreements. "President Trump effectively disavowed the United States' role as the leader of world trade and globalization", he said in a note to clients. Read More »

Hundreds of thousands evacuated as cyclone Mora slams into Bangladesh

More than 15,000 homes have been destroyed across the country and hundreds of thousands of people have fled to shelters. "The people were moved out to at least 400 cyclone shelters or safer places like schools and government offices in the coastal areas", a Disaster Management Ministry spokesman said. Read More »

Police at London Bridge after vehicle reportedly plows into people

Armed officers confronted the three male suspects, who were shot and killed by authorities in Borough Market , Rowley said. It is understood police opened fire on the assailants and there are unconfirmed reports suggesting that at least one of the suspected terrorists was shot and killed. Read More »