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The North Korean leader was last seen attending the "successful" test of an intercontinental ballistic missile on July 31. It's not yet clear how many ambassadors are actually involved in this meeting, but the spokesman of Seoul's Security Ministry Baik Tae-Hyun stated during a news conference the meeting might, in fact, represent a periodical reunion of ambassadors.
  • Korean leader urges N. Korea, US to resolve ongoing stalemate peacefully

    Korean leader urges N. Korea, US to resolve ongoing stalemate peacefully

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    The top USA military officer, Marine Corps Gen. Joseph Dunford, is traveling in Asia and expected to meet with leaders in South Korea, Japan and China. No other country can decide to initiate military action without South Korea's say so. (.) (STAND UP) Emphasizing the past 100 years since the foundation of modern Korea, referring to the establishment of the Provisional Government of Korea in Shanghai in 1919, President Moon also encouraged Koreans to prepare for the next century to come, ...
  • Registered hate groups across United States near historic high

    Registered hate groups across United States near historic high

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    Three of the groups are operating in the northeast part of the state. "These people are nuts", Arena said. Waldner says these groups have all layers of involvement from being a passive member on the Internet to attending rallies. Attorney of Minnesota. He also says the best way to deal with them is avoid them or ignore them, otherwise they get their message out. The SPLC says the radical Catholic group publishes anti-Semitic material.
  • Guam residents rally for peace amid North Korean missile crisis

    Guam residents rally for peace amid North Korean missile crisis

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    President Trump finds that unacceptable. What followed was a week of escalating warnings from the US, culminating in the president's promise that America's military was "locked and loaded". So instead, North Korea shot the missile almost straight up in the air, and the missile landed just a few hundred miles away in the ocean near Japan.
  • Lexington Mayor Jim Gray Proposes Moving Confederate Statues

    Lexington Mayor Jim Gray Proposes Moving Confederate Statues

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    The issue that sparked the Charlottesville neo-Nazi riots and led to a vehicular attack was whether a Confederate statue should be torn down. A statue of a Confederate soldier called "Old Joe" also was removed from outside the Alachua County Administration Building in Gainesville , Florida, on Monday, although the removal already had been in the works for a while.
  • CNN Will Livestream the 2017 Solar Eclipse in 360-Degree 4K

    CNN Will Livestream the 2017 Solar Eclipse in 360-Degree 4K

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    Just don't buy whatever's cheapest on Amazon , okay? Eclipse glasses sold on Amazon.com are required to comply with the relevant ISO standard. Amazon is issuing safety notifications and refunds to shoppers who have purchased shoddy solar eclipse glasses from its website , says a new report from Verge .
  • Planned for Toronto today over violence in Charlottesville

    Planned for Toronto today over violence in Charlottesville

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    Lee and hundreds of counter-protesters arrived to denounce the group, which had attracted neo-Nazi and KKK participation, according to the New York Times . Demonstrators in this video chant, "No Trump, no KKK, no fascist U.S.". Donna Gabaccia, a co-organizer and professor at the University of Toronto's Scarborough campus, told the Star that she was in anger after witnessing the public display of "fascist language and symbolism" which came out from Charlottesville.
  • Under Armour CEO Speaks Out Against Racism in Charlottesville

    Under Armour CEO Speaks Out Against Racism in Charlottesville

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    As Trump traveled to Washington , D.C., from his working vacation in New Jersey, Vice President Pence defended Trump's initial controversial weekend comments on the violent events - but also went beyond them to directly condemn "the hate and the violence advocated by groups like white supremacists and neo-Nazis and their ilk".
  • Trump moves to crack down on China trade practices

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    Trump, in the midst of a 17-day vacation, left his New Jersey golf club to return to the White House to sign an executive action on the probe. If Lighthizer decides to go ahead with an investigation, the United States would first consult with China and the investigation process could take as long as a year, senior administration officials told reporters on Saturday.
  • Kim and Trump: A tale of two leaders

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    China's President Xi Jinping told Trump in a phone call that all sides should maintain restraint and avoid inflammatory comments. North Korea , of course, responded in kind, using the same pugnacious language its propaganda machine has fired off for years, but also specifically threatening to strike around Guam, a US territory in the Pacific that is home to about 200,000 American citizens and a major USA military presence.
  • An Astronomer's Lowdown on the Solar Eclipse

    An Astronomer's Lowdown on the Solar Eclipse

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    As the sun passes behind the moon and the skies darken, NASA Television will provide footage of the eclipse from "unique vantage points", according to a press release from NASA . Because we're dealing with a total solar eclipse , it's crucial to keep your eyes safe from extreme light exposure until the brief moment it reaches totality-and not just by wearing your regular sunglasses, says NASA .
  • Grizzly bear trophy hunts banned in BC, after this season's hunt

    Grizzly bear trophy hunts banned in BC, after this season's hunt

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    Ending bear trophy hunting "is supported by the vast majority of people across our province", Donaldson said. Donaldson also said that hunting of grizzlies in the Great Bear Rainforest will no longer be allowed. moves toward ending the trophy hunt. The grizzly trophy hunt has always been the target of activists and conservationists. The prohibition fulfills a pledge by the B.C.
  • Vigil held in Madison to support Virginia victims

    Vigil held in Madison to support Virginia victims

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    Speakers offered several different suggestions for getting involved in the wake of the events in Charlottesville. The auto attack killed one woman, who was described as a passionate advocate against injustice. The rally in Charlottesville was the largest white supremacist gathering in at least a decade, according to reports. Vigils will also be held Sunday night in Nashua and Exeter.
  • Guam a pawn in US-North Korea confrontations - academic

    Guam a pawn in US-North Korea confrontations - academic

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    Despite North Korea's threats to prepare plans within days that would surround Guam with "enveloping fire", fears of a potential attack have not deterred tourists from visiting Guam , he says . North Korea has been increasingly sensitive to the exercises lately because they reportedly include training for "decapitation strikes" to kill Kim Jong Un and his top lieutenants.
  • US Security Leaders Say North Korea War Not Imminent, But Danger Looms

    US Security Leaders Say North Korea War Not Imminent, But Danger Looms

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    Joseph Dunford also told his South Korean counterparts Monday that the North's missiles and nukes threaten the world. However, Pyongyang maintained its tough rhetoric against the South and the U.S. They said the United States and its allies no longer can afford to stand by as North Korea pushes ahead with the development of a nuclear-tipped intercontinental ballistic missile.
  • Protesters pull down Confederate statue at old Durham County courthouse

    Protesters pull down Confederate statue at old Durham County courthouse

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    A man used a ladder to reach the top of the statue, which had been sprayed with cooking spray by authorities to make it more hard to climb, and it was pulled down with a rope. After toppling the statue, the crowd then move to another intersection in downtown Durham, which they proceed to block. The statue was on county property and officials have not said who will pay for the damage done to the property.