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US student freed by North Korea dies at 22


The Ohio college student died Monday at a Cincinnati hospital , almost a week after his return to the United States after being held in North Korea for more than 17 months. Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown said the country's "despicable actions. must be condemned". Spokesperson Geng Shuang from the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs said the Chinese government hoped the US and North Korea would be able to handle the incident "properly". Read More »

Republican defeats challenger in closely watched Ga. congressional race


Ironically, Ossoff's huge war chest might have hurt him. Mulvaney won 61.0% previous year, and Trump had 59.6% in the district (all figures two-party). In the last two months, the Democrat reported receiving nine times more donations from California than from Georgia . And Alabama, needless to say, is about a safe a GOP state as it gets. Read More »

US State Department presses N. Korea to release detained Americans


In March 2016 Warmbier was sentenced to 15 years of hard labor prison after taking a propaganda poster with the image of the late Kim Jong-Il, the father of current leader Kim Jong-Un. Trump made the comments in the Oval Office during a meeting with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko. US President Donald Trump has, meanwhile, called Warmbier's death a " total disgrace ", adding that the college student might have been alive if he had been brought home sooner. Read More »

Trump's son-in-law may get new legal counsel


In a statement, Jamie Gorelick said she told Kushner to get "independent advice of a lawyer" on whether to "continue with us" after Robert Mueller was tapped to lead an FBI investigation into possible ties between Trump's presidential campaign and Russian Federation. Read More »

State Department presses North Korea to release detained Americans


Among the many questions is: Why did he die so soon in America after 17 months in a coma in North Korea with its limited medical resources? Sen. There will be more interviews and records reviewed. However, medical tests carried out last week in the USA offered no conclusive evidence as to the cause of his neurological injuries, and no evidence of a prior botulism infection. Read More »

Hurricanes release protected list for National Hockey League expansion draft

Reports have been swirling that the Blackhawks already have a deal in place to ensure that the Golden Knights take Kruger in the draft, but the official announcement will not be made until after the draft on Wednesday. Even when you put previous expansion fees into today's dollars, those other teams paid a pittance to join the Board of Governors' annual croquet match. Read More »

Putin, Saudi king discuss Qatar crisis in phone call

Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and other Arab countries cut diplomatic as well as travel and trade ties with Qatar last week, accusing it of supporting Iran and funding Islamist groups. A Qatar Airways plane is seen at Hamad International Airport in Doha , Qatar June 12, 2017. In Doha, Qatar Airways called on the United Nations s aviation body to declare the Gulf boycott against the carrier "illegal" and a violation of a 1944 convention on global air transport. Read More »

After Georgia, Republicans celebrating, Dems searching


A Handel win could energise Republicans , boosting their efforts with health care and tax reform legislation. She touts traditional supply side economics, going so far as to say during one debate that she does "not support a living wage" - her way of explaining her opposition to a minimum-wage increase. Read More »

Turkish troops arrive in Qatar amid Gulf tensions


Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates , Bahrain and Egypt cut ties with Qatar earlier this month and blocked air, sea and land traffic with the tiny Gulf nation over its support for Islamist groups and ties with Iran. The Saudi-led alliance accused Qatar, the world's top liquefied natural gas (LNG) producer, of "supporting terrorism" and working secretly with Iran, the arch-foe of Saudi Arabia. Read More »

US warplane blasts Syrian drone from sky


The decision comes after a Syrian jet was shot down by USA forces. Assad's and his allied forces opposing ISIS are now colliding with the US -backed Syrian Democratic Forces opposing ISIS, which consist of Arab rebels and the Syrian Kurds of the PYD. Read More »

S.Korea's President Moon says plans to exit nuclear power

As CNSNews.com previously reported , Warmier was arrested and charged with stealing a poster from the North Korean hotel where he was staying with the Young Pioneers Tour. Three Americans remain held in North Korea. House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Ed Royce said lawmakers should act to ensure similar instances don't occur in the future. Read More »

US Shoots Down Drone Close to Iraqi-Syrian Border


In just over a month, USA forces have struck Iranian-backed Shia militias in southern Syria three times, and on Sunday a U.S. F/A-18 shot down a Syrian Arab Air Force Su-22 jet. Iran and Syria, however, are trying to probe the SDF's territory, which include US troop advisors, in the hopes of capturing the territory for themselves. Read More »

US shoots down pro-regime drone in Syria


On Monday, the Russian Defense Minsitry reported that the global coalition's aircraft and unmanned aerial vehicles west of the Euphrates in Syria would be tracked by Russia's air defenses after a Syrian fighter had been shot down by a U.S. Read More »

Kushner heading to Mideast for peace talks


Palestinians say it stems from anger over decades of Israeli rule in territory they claim for their state. He also met with former Israeli peace envoy Isaac Molcho and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu . "There was not and will not be a better government for settlement than our government", he told senior members of his Likud party yesterday. "Instead of working to solve the Israeli housing crisis, the government prioritises a radical minority living beyond the boundaries of the ... Read More »

Cuba rejects 'hostile rhetoric' of Trump

President Trump says his new policy will tighten rules on travel and on sending funds to Cuba. Trump's address in Miami announced changes in the United States' policy toward Cuba after the Obama administration chose to normalize relations with the island nation following a decades-long freeze of diplomatic ties. Read More »

Coroner examining death of US student released by North Korea


President Trump called Warmbier's death a "total disgrace" and hit his predecessor, former President Barack ObamaBarack ObamaUS weighs travel ban on North Korea: report Give the incarcerated a chance at an education Schumer: Tax cut may derail debt-ceiling increase MORE , for not bringing him home sooner. Read More »

Release of Castile slaying video shocks, angers many anew


Flanked by two lawyers, Yanez told investigators from the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension on July 7, 2016, that he smelled burnt marijuana as he approached the vehicle so he told Castile that he had pulled the auto over for the tail light because "I didn't want to scare him or have him react in a defensive manner". Read More »

Chelsea Clinton accuses Bannon of 'fat shaming' Sean Spicer


Back on June 7, political insider and Chairman of the Democratic Coalition Jon Cooper, tweeted , "Word among Trump staffers is that both Jeff Sessions AND Sean Spicer will resign over the coming weeks in sign of growing tensions in WH". Baldwin then suggested that maybe press secretary Spice "just simply doesn't know" what President Trump's take on the issue is. The Trump administration has frustrated White House reporters by also restricting the use of audio and video during the ... Read More »

Arthur hopeful of World XI visit to Pakistan after Champions Trophy triumph

For his consistent performance over the week and leading Pakistan to their maiden ICC Champions Trophy triumph, Pakistan opening batsman Fakhar Zaman is the Cricket World Player of the Week. "Amir was the guy that could do that for us", said Arthur. "And by knowing what is going to happen before it comes on TV, they made huge earnings", Verma added. Read More »

Iran and Israel Exchange Warnings


Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has stressed that the Islamic Republic will respond "more decisively" to any future terrorist attack on Iran's soil. Israel also is concerned about Iran's missiles and has deployed a multilayered missile-defense system. Read More »

DUP warns Government confidence and supply deal is 'certainly not imminent'

A DUP source told the Press Association that talks with Mrs May's Conservatives "haven't proceeded in a way that the DUP would have expected" and cautioned that the party "can't be taken for granted". "As a UK Government we remain absolutely steadfast in our commitment to the Belfast Agreement (and) its successor agreements". Speaking after his first meeting with European Union chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier since being appointed as Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Coveney ... Read More »

Police investigate coordinated terror attacks…


The three armed Palestinians who were shot dead after killing the officer belonged to local Islamist and leftist movements, Hamas, which rules the Gaza strip, said. Israel says Palestinian incitement has fuelled the attacks. Al-Quds said the new USA ambassador to Israel is expected to visit an illegal Israeli settlement in the occupied Syrian Golan Heights, which, if it does happen, will be the first for a USA diplomat to an Israeli settlement. Read More »

Republican Handel wins Georgia House election


The Republicans have so far staved off defeats by the Democrats this year. Jon Ossoff , candidate for Congress in Georgia's 6th District, visits supporters and volunteers at the Sandy Springs Canvass Launch for Ossoff's final day on the campaign trail Tuesday. Read More »

Door open for UK till Brexit negotiations are done: French President Macron

After their talks, the two leaders will watch a France-England football match at the stade de France that will honor victims of extremist attacks in both countries. With French President Emmanuel Macron by her side, May said the countries will do more to "stamp out this evil". Macron's office said the leaders will discuss anti-terrorism efforts both bilaterally and on a European level. Read More »

Brazil's Temer accused of corruption by federal police


MOSCOW, June 20 Brazil's government wants a landmark pension reform approved by the Chamber of Deputies in a first-round vote in the first half of the year, before a legislative recess scheduled for late July, President Michel Temer said on Tuesday during a visit to Moscow. Read More »

USA spy satellites detect activity at North Korean nuclear test site

Chinese President Xi Jinping met with Trump at the President's private Florida estate in April, a meeting that both leaders said warmed relations between the countries. Seoul was in close consultation with Washington over the matter, the official added. Washington [U.S.], June 21: U.S. spy satellites have detected new activity at North Korea's underground nuclear test site for the first time in several weeks. Read More »

Update on BSEB Bihar Board Class 10 Results 2017, checkout biharboard


More than 14 lakh students across the state who had appeared for the Bihar Board Matric Examinations are awaiting their Class 10th matric results 2017. The Bihar School Examination Board conduct annual Secondary School Examination in the month of February/March and Supplementary School Examination in the month of August/September. Read More »

IS claims fatal stabbing of Israeli policewoman

Palestinians say it stems from anger over decades of Israeli rule in territory they claim for their state. Nearly immediately, Hamas rejected the Islamic State claim and said one of the attackers belonged to Hamas, and two others to the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine , both domestic Palestinian groups. Read More »

58 people feared dead in London tower fire

The London mayor on Sunday also addressed whether the flammable aluminum cladding speculated to have contributed to the blaze's rapid spread up the 24-story structure was illegal, telling press that fire services were "currently testing that cladding". Read More »

FIFA Confederations Cup: Hosts Russia see off New Zealand in opener


Moore says fans seem happy with Russia's Confederations Cup preparations. Scheduling of the next Confederations Cup in 2021 is a thorny issue. Security has been stepped up for the tournament, while the Russian organizers have played down fears of hooliganism after the country's fans were involved in violent scenes at Euro 2016. Read More »

Syria: Australia suspends air operations as conflict escalates


All of the strikes, the Pentagon has said, were in self-defense and legal under the Authorization for Use of Military Force passed after the September 11, 2001 attacks. The official was not authorized to be quoted by name and spoke on condition of anonymity. Coalition aircraft conducted a show of force and stopped the initial pro-regime advance toward the town, the Pentagon said. Read More »