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Dollar falls below ¥110 in Tokyo on North Korea risks

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Trump retweeted news coverage about his heated rhetoric Wednesday. On Tuesday, North Korea said it would take "physical action" in reaction to new United Nations sanctions. Congresswoman Madeleine Z. Bordallo to advocate for the THAAD system, she said in a statement Wednesday. Gary Samore, a former top nuclear negotiator for President Barack Obama said Beijing's role was "very significant" because it had joined sanctions to censure long-range missile tests. Read More »

Haley: Sanctions 'gut punch' to North Korea

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The White House did not respond to questions about why Trump retweeted the story or whether he was confirming the information. "I will tell you it's incredibly risky when things get out into the press like that". Asked about the story on "Fox & Friends", U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley said, "I can't talk about anything that's classified and if that's in a newspaper, that's a shame". Read More »

Mountain lion sighting in Sequoia National Forest

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In this April 4, 2017, photo released by the National Park Service shows P-55, a young male Mountain lion that roams the western end of the Santa Monica Mountains in California . "She just looked at us like she was entertained", he said. "For 20 minutes [the lion] was literally laying, lounging on the trail". With the sun setting, the men retreated from their position to strategize their next move. Read More »

BBCI: North Korea says considering missile strike near Guam

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But it is impossible to say whether the $1 billion slap will slow the most serious national security crisis facing President Donald Trump: Pyongyang's race to top an intercontinental ballistic missile that could hit U.S. It was a concise way of understanding the Trump phenomenon - and all of the cavalier, intemperate and downright nasty things he said during the campaign about, among others, Hillary Clinton, women, the party establishment and a variety of foreign leaders. Read More »

Trump warns North Korea of 'fire and fury' after threats

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And North Korea's military responded with its own aggressive stance, saying that it is examining its plans for attacking US bases in Guam. The progress means North Korea is further along the path to having a deployable nuclear missile than has previously been acknowledged. Read More »

Rain moves in late in the day

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Most of us will be just about where we've been on Tuesday: upper 70s and lower 80s. Mostly clear, with a low around 58. Wednesday , there is a 30 percent chance of showers and storms after 1 p.m., the weather service said. FRIDAY: Mostly cloudy, with a high near 79. Conditions will remain unsettled throughout the week, though chances for thunderstorms remains questionable. Read More »

Guam tourism : Same threat different day and Guam's beaches are busy today

Japanese soldiers use rubber rafts as part of an amphibious drill during joint military exercises on May 13 with US, French and United Kingdom forces on Naval Base Guam . According to the Pentagon's Missile Defense Agency, the missile defense system, which entails a tracking radar, launcher, interceptor missiles and an integrated fire-control system, has a 14 out of 14 test intercept success rate since 2006. Read More »

Officials in Guam say it's safe from North Korea

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A spokesman for the Korean People's Army, in a statement carried by the North's state-run KCNA news agency, said the strike plan will be "put into practice in a multi-current and consecutive way any moment" once leader Kim Jong Un makes a decision. Read More »

Democrats launch probe into federal spending at Trump Organization

Ingraham repeatedly questioned if Flake could be kicked off the Republican ticket, saying she believed Flake would lose because Trump supporters would not back Flake. Don't worry about a Congress that isn't supporting legislation to get big ticket items done. It's not as if Trump is about to usher in a third term for the Obama national security team. Read More »

Iran ridicules US push for inspecting its military sites

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A high-level Hamas delegation arrived in Tehran on Friday in order to attend the inauguration of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, and to "turn a new page in bilateral relations" between the two sides, according to a statement by Hamas. Hamas also needs to re-establish ties with Iran, as its current top backer Qatar is under fire from Gulf allies for supporting the Palestinian terror group. Read More »

North Korea expected to announce position on latest sanctions

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Kang said that Ri had asked for bilateral meetings with many ASEAN countries, but the requests were all rejected. Taro Kono told reporters there was broad support among the 27 foreign ministers at the Asean Regional Forum in Manila for pressure to be exerted on North Korea and for a new UN Security Council resolution to be fully implemented. Read More »

3 things to expect from Tillerson's Kuala Lumpur visit

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Tillerson met the prime minister on Tuesday. He was in Thailand prior to his visit to Malaysia. Hours earlier, North Korea's army had said in a statement it was exploring plans for attacking the tiny US territory, which houses USA military bases and is a common refueling stop for USA government aircraft traversing the Pacific Ocean. Read More »

Police step up patrols to curb Belfast violence

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Local Sinn Féin councillor Deirdre Hargey described the disorder as "unacceptable". "Both commuters and residents have been affected". A number of cars have been damaged in the Markets area of central Belfast. "Thinking of police and fire crews dealing with these incidents". The removal of wood from a bonfire site in the nationalist Markets area by Belfast City Council-hired contractors triggered the violent scenes. Read More »

Man in court over Karl Haugh stabbing in Kilkee

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A man has been appeared in court charged in connection with the fatal stabbing of another man in Kilkee at the weekend. Two other men arrested in connection with the investigation have been released without charge and a file is being prepared for the DPP. Read More »

Ministerio Público cooperará con otros poderes para restablecer la paz — William Saab

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Hay autores materiales, pero también están los principales autores intelectuales. La declaración de emergencia en el Ministerio Público podría extenderse por tres o cuatro meses, agregó el constituyente . La Fiscal investiga a varios miembros de la fuerza pública por abrir fuego contra los manifestantes alzados contra el gobierno desde abril en protestas que han dejado más de 120 muertos, casi 2.000 heridos y más de 500 detenidos. Read More »

Stocks fall on Trump's North Korea warning; dollar up after data

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Kazianis said China must enforce the sanctions and strip North Korea of vital resources used for its militarization. The U.S. military routinely discloses information about North Korea missile movements and launches. It has seen various popular movements pushing for greater self-government or even US statehood, most notably a significant but failed effort in the 1980s to make it a commonwealth on par with Puerto Rico. Read More »

President Trump vows to meet North Korea threats with 'fire and fury'

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President Donald Trump ventured into North Korean territory with his vow to respond to threats from the isolated dictatorship with " fire and fury" unparalleled in history. McCain says he takes exception to Trump's comments "because you got to be sure you can do what you say you're going to do". Guam's Homeland Security Advisor George Charfauros told CNN that despite Guam's strategic importance and the North Korean threats to strike it, he remains confident of the island's defenses. Read More »

Pensioners' incomes almost triple in 40 years

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In 2015/16, average disposable weekly income in retirement for someone with a private pension was £534 versus just £331 for someone who hadn't built up their own pot. However, by past year the level had increased to 96 per cent. "It is important that today's workers are encouraged to take advantage of being auto-enrolled into a workplace pension scheme and start saving at the earliest possible ages". Read More »

Not going to run scared from Pyongyang: Nikki Haley

Trump started his day with an early morning retweet of a story from the "Fox & Friends" account saying the us had detected North Korea loading two anti-ship cruise missiles onto a patrol boat several days ago. "He has been very threatening beyond a normal statement", the president said. President Trump decided again Tuesday that he now likes stories with anonymous sources - even when they contradict his own officials. Read More »

Canadian delegation in North Korea to discuss jailed pastor

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Warmbier died in a Cincinnati hospital just days after he was released in a coma. The delegation is headed by Daniel Jean, Trudeau's national security advisor. Lim, who has a wife and son living in the Toronto area, started the Light Korean Presbyterian Church almost three decades ago, shortly after he emigrated from South Korea. Read More »

LDS Church excommunicates general authority

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Hamula was a member of the General Authority Seventies, which presides over all quorums of the Seventies. Prior to that position, he served as the church's Pacific Area president. Before Lee's, the previous excommunication at that level had been 46 years earlier. The expulsion and excommunication of a general authority within LDS is rare. Read More »

Half of Israelis Believe Netanyahu Might be Guilty of Alleged Corruption

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Israel's Attorney General plans to indict Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's wife Sara for diverting public money for private use, according to a report on Israel's Channel 2 television. Mr Harow - a long time friend and loyal supporter of both Mr Netanyahu and his Likud party - struck a deal to turn state's witness on Friday. If Harow gives evidence against his former boss, it would increase the chances of Netanyahu facing charges. Read More »

Trump Has Sent Private Messages to Mueller

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The exchanges were first reported by USA Today . Expressing his "appreciation" of Mueller, and sending "greetings" to the special counsel, Trump's chief counsel noted that the president "appreciates what Bob Mueller is doing". "But it is important that our communications remain confidential". As far as the president eventually firing Mueller, that looks to be out the window, at least for now. Read More »

Karnataka: Want to keep your bank job? Learn Kannada in 6 months

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The notice further mandated the banks to set up Kannada learning centers within the premises itself:now, they have forms and challans in Hindi and English . "We have issued the notices and have given the banks a month's time to take measures to protect Kannada language". Siddaramaiah said he will later visit the bank branches to ascertain that the instructions of the KDA have been implemented effectively. Read More »

Dalai Lama invokes Hindi Chini Bhai Bhai, says Doklam

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The spiritual leader, who calls himself a "chela" (disciple) of India, also needled China saying he can do more in India, which has freedom. Asserting that any problem has to be resolved through talks, the 81-year-old Tibetan spiritual leader said the theme of 21st century should be dialogue. Read More »

Man rescued from road that turned into river

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In the video, it is clearly visible that the man in pink shirt and shorts, black bag, is on the top of the SUV waiting for the rescuers to save him. Within minutes, the vehicle was submerged in deep, fast-moving floodwaters. Wally Yates of the San Antonio Fire Department warned, "You shouldn't drive through any water, but he said there was about a foot of water when he tried to come across". Read More »

Japanese mark 72nd anniversary of USA bombing of Nagasaki

In his Peace Declaration at a ceremony in the Peace Park to commemorate the lives lost on August 9, 1945, Taue said the government's position on nuclear weapons was "incomprehensible", Xinhua news agency reported. The nuclear attack on Nagasaki, which killed an estimated 74,000 people by the end of 1945, came three days after U.S. forces dropped the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima. Read More »

Australian 'drug gang' portrayed in crime saga Underbelly arrested in Dubai

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Authorities in the Netherlands at the same time arrested two men alleged to have been responsible for arranging the supply of drugs to an Australian-based syndicate, said police in Australia. This included 1.8 tonnes of MDMA, 15 kilograms of crystal methamphetamine and 136 kilograms of cocaine. "Some of these relate to AFP investigations; some of these relate to joint agency investigations", they said in a statement. Read More »

Guam Governor plays down N. Korean missile attack threat

Calvo added he has already discussed the matter with White House and military officials. Guam's Homeland Security Adviser George Charfauros says officials there are confident "the U.S. The bombers are flying show of force missions near North Korea as tensions grow over that country's nuclear weapons program and threats of striking the USA mainland with intercontinental ballistic missiles. Read More »

BJP loses high-stake battle in Gujarat- and some face too

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TV footages, however, showed that Patel displayed his ballot to an unidentified person present in the voting hall. Above 40 Congress MLAs who were staying in Bengaluru have returned to Gujarat early this morning. "Congress conspired to influence the EC. There is a precedent of a ballot paper of a Congress MLA being rejected on June 11, 2016 in Haryana because it was seen by persons other than authorised", he said. Read More »

Trade, diplomatic ties of India, China intact

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The current road from Tibet stops nearly halfway between those two points, at a mountain pass called Doka La. The effects of a trade war between two countries can be as damaging as a military warfare. It fears the road would allow China to cut off India's access to its northeastern states. The editorial ended by saying "India may continue to live in an illusion, but China is bound to resume the order of its border". Read More »