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President Trump must immediately begin direct talks with Kim Jong Un , without preconditions, to denuclearize North Korea . September 19: Speaking at the U.N. I have relationships with people. Listening to the recordings, it is hard to tell whether Trump said "I" or "I'd". In late December, President Trump slammed Beijing over reports that Chinese ships had been caught secretly selling oil to North Korea .
  • Dolores O'Riordan was 'full of life' hours before death

    Dolores O'Riordan was 'full of life' hours before death

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    The Irish president, Michael Higgins, said he learned of the news with "great sadness", adding: "To all those who follow and support Irish music, Irish musicians and the performing arts, her death will be a big loss". O'Riordan had suffered mental and physical health problems over the years. In 2015 O'Riordan pleaded guilty to headbutting and spitting at an Irish police officer following an alleged incident on a plane.
  • Ford finally announces 2019 Mustang Bullitt

    Ford finally announces 2019 Mustang Bullitt

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    Ford made Mustang news here in Detroit with a third go at the Bullitt Mustang (a fourth if you count the original movie vehicle as the first), but the Blue Oval teased an even meaner pony vehicle on Monday evening of the 2018 Detroit auto show's press days.
  • Romania loses second Prime Minister in seven months

    Romania loses second Prime Minister in seven months

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    The deputy prime minister, Paul Stanescu, will become the temporary prime minister on Tuesday, he said. Tudose told journalists following the vote that he had no regrets. He is barred from becoming prime minister despite the party's sweeping election win in December 2016 because of a conviction in a vote-rigging case. In recent weeks the prime minister had clashed with the interior minister, Carmen Dan, a close ally of Dragnea.
  • President Trump tweets he wants 'merit based' immigration system

    President Trump tweets he wants 'merit based' immigration system

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    But when Republican Senators Lindsey Graham and Dick - and Democrat Dick Durbin got to the White House to present that plan, they were surprised to find a couple of immigration hardliners there, including Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton. Trump has himself denied having used that word but has admitted using " tough " language in the meeting. Trump wrote , "I have a wonderful relationship with Haitians.
  • Prominent Kosovo Serb politician Ivanovic shot dead

    Prominent Kosovo Serb politician Ivanovic shot dead

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    Judges from the European Union's Rule of Law Mission (Eulex) in Kosovo in January 2016 convicted Ivanovic of war crimes committed against ethnic Albanians during the 1998-99 war and sentenced him to nine years in prison. He allegedly ordered the killing of ethnic Albanians in 1999 during the Kosovo war. About 10,000 people died in the 1998-99 war between Serb forces and Kosovo ethnic Albanian rebels.
  • Trump on Hawaii false missile alert: 'They made a mistake'

    Trump on Hawaii false missile alert: 'They made a mistake'

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    Some people abandoned cars on the highway and others gathered in the interiors of their homes to wait for a blast that could cause widespread death and destruction. Tulsi Gabbard, took to social networks to inform Hawaii residents and visitors that the alert was a mistake. The women tried to call family but couldn't make outgoing calls, so they sent texts.
  • United States officials warned Jared Kushner about Wendi Deng Murdoch

    United States officials warned Jared Kushner about Wendi Deng Murdoch

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    Wendi Deng Murdoch, a Chinese-American businesswoman was reportedly lobbying for a $100 million Chinese-funded garden project at the National Arboretum in Washington, D.C., that would have included a 70-foot-tall white tower perceived to be a national security risk because it could potentially be used for surveillance.
  • Lebanon bans Spielberg's new movie over director's link to Israel

    Lebanon bans Spielberg's new movie over director's link to Israel

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    The film was scheduled to be released on January 18 in Lebanon, which is technically at war with Israel. Citing Spielberg's nebulous "ties to Israel", authorities have ruled that The Post can not be shown anywhere in the country. The Lebanese censorship board's "boycott Israel" list is the source of the unexpected ban, according to the Hollywood Reporter . With less fanfare, the movie Jungle , starring Daniel Radcliffe, was banned in December because the story of survival in the ...
  • 'Abbas's speech is a slap in the face to Europe'

    'Abbas's speech is a slap in the face to Europe'

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    According to the Associated Press , Abbas targeted President Donald Trump's comment on Twitter that Palestinians were no longer willing to negotiate a peace deal after his Jerusalem decision . Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has welcomed Trump's tough line toward the Palestinians, while also pushing forward with more settlement construction on lands sought by the Palestinians.
  • Child Placed in Storm Drain During Hawaii Missile Scare

    Child Placed in Storm Drain During Hawaii Missile Scare

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    Saturday when a worker faced two options from a drop-down computer menu: "Test missile alert" and "Missile alert". Ballistic missile defence capabilities, such as the Patriot system (pictured), are known to be in high demand worldwide. Tourists enjoying a relaxing time on the beach started running back to their hotels, some resorts issued warnings to their guests over PA systems. A second alert saying there was no missile didn't come for almost 40 minutes.
  • Patriots 35-14 Titans: New England Patriots dominate in win

    Patriots 35-14 Titans: New England Patriots dominate in win

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    The Titans might not be as close to being true contenders as they had hoped. In the early stages of the contest, it looked as though New England were suffering with some jitters, and Marcus Mariota took advantage by advancing his team 95 yards in 11 plays to take a 7-0 lead in the first quarter.
  • Boarding flight, Pope speaks of fears about nuclear war

    Boarding flight, Pope speaks of fears about nuclear war

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    Burke, the Vatican spokesman, did not say who they were or why they were chosen, but said they will present a letter to Pope Francis during the meeting. The authorities expect an influx of almost a million Argentines, Bolivians and Peruvians in Chile to see the pope. " Pope Francis , the next bombs will be on your cassock".
  • Crisis within Supreme Court will be resolved soon: CJI Dipak Misra

    Crisis within Supreme Court will be resolved soon: CJI Dipak Misra

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    Senior lawyer Prashant Bhushan on Friday appreciated the four senior Supreme Court judges for taking on the Chief Justice of India (CJI) Dipak Misra . At the time of his death, Loya was hearing a case that accused Amit Shah, the president of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party, of ordering extrajudicial killings when he served as home minister under Modi in the state of Gujarat.
  • France seeks new deal with United Kingdom over migrants

    France seeks new deal with United Kingdom over migrants

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    The French president wants to review the so-called Le Touquet agreement, signed in 2003, which allows Britain to have its border on the French side of the English Channel. Migrants made about 115,000 attempts to cross the Channel from Calais previous year despite the evacuation of the Jungle , a source at the French presidency said yesterday.
  • Jimmy Kimmel skewers Trump for 'sh--hole countries' comment

    Jimmy Kimmel skewers Trump for 'sh--hole countries' comment

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    Dick Durbin (D-IL), who was present at the meeting, told reports that Trump is lying and did make those remarks. "I've not read one of them that's inaccurate". On CNN , Blow went on to note that Trump's comments can not be divorced from the policies he enacts as president. Trump denied in a Twitter post this morning that he used the language attributed to him, but said the language he used in the meeting "was tough".
  • NAACP President On Donald Trump:

    NAACP President On Donald Trump: "We Know He's A Racist"

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    President Donald Trump pushed back Sunday night against accusations that his disparagement of Haiti and African nations during recent immigration talks reflects racism. "But what we have to do is not let that define this moment", said Republican Senator Cory Gardner on CBS's " Face the Nation " program. Fellow South Carolina GOP Sen.
  • White House attacks WSJ over Trump interview

    White House attacks WSJ over Trump interview

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    In an interview last week with the Wall Street Journal , Trump seemed to signal he was open to more engagement with Pyongyang, saying, " I probably have a very good relationship with Kim Jong Un ". Kim Jong-un's regime would be "crushed" if it sparked a war with the U.S., military analyst Jack Keane has said. Trump is known for his antagonistic relationship with Kim, regularly trading taunts with the NK leader he calls " lil Rocket man ", and most recently warning that he too has a ...
  • US Embassy must explain 'shithole' comment, says Dirco

    US Embassy must explain 'shithole' comment, says Dirco

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    President Trump on Sunday night repeated his claim that he is "the least racist person you have ever interviewed". On Sunday he lashed out at Democrats accusing them of refusing to reach a deal over a programme created to protect illegal immigrants brought to the U.S.