• Korean leader briefed on plans to fire missile near Guam

    Korean leader briefed on plans to fire missile near Guam

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    While noting that North Korea stands ready to fire the ballistic missiles anytime, Kim was also quoted as saying that he will "watch a little more the foolish and stupid conduct of the Yankees". North Korea frequently calls joint military maneuvers between the US and South Korea as preparations for an invasion. KCNA said on Wednesday a mass rally was held in Pyongyang to support the government.
  • Named, shamed and SACKED: Twitter users ID demo right-wingers from Charlottesville protest

    Named, shamed and SACKED: Twitter users ID demo right-wingers from Charlottesville protest

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    Peter Cvjetanovic , 20, was also identified in a photo from the white-nationalist march at the University of Virginia on Friday night and later defended himself in an interview with a Las Vegas TV station. Nevertheless, Smith insists that he never meant to get people fired from their jobs or harassed online, but that none of these individuals were "hiding behind hoods", he told The News & Observer.
  • Laotian Troops Pull Out of Disputed Border Area

    Laotian Troops Pull Out of Disputed Border Area

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    Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Techo Hun Sen said Monday that dozens of Lao troops had pulled out of disputed border areas in northern Cambodia's Stung Treng province after a deal struck between him and his Lao counterpart Thongloun Sisoulith.
  • Grenfell fire probe slammed for ignoring social housing

    Grenfell fire probe slammed for ignoring social housing

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    The first hearing in the Grenfell Tower public inquiry will take place next month, its chairman said today as the terms of reference for the investigation were published. FILE PHOTO: The spire of the Notting Hill Methodist Church stands in front of Grenfell Tower, destroyed in a catastrophic fire, in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, in London, Britain July 2, 2017.
  • BidaskClub Downgrades Deutsche Bank AG (NYSE:DB) to Hold

    BidaskClub Downgrades Deutsche Bank AG (NYSE:DB) to Hold

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    Warburg Research set a €37.20 ($43.76) target price on shares of Deutsche Wohnen AG and gave the stock a "buy" rating in a report on Tuesday, May 23rd. Deutsche Bank AG has a 52 week low of €8.85 and a 52 week high of €17.85. 8,678,632 shares of the stock traded hands. The firm has a market capitalization of €41.91 billion and a PE ratio of 16.008.
  • Lisa Theris survives Alabama wilderness for a month (on berries and mushrooms)

    Lisa Theris survives Alabama wilderness for a month (on berries and mushrooms)

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    The case was later handed over to the BCSO when it was believed that Theris had been with three men who are accused of burglarizing a hunting camp in Midway. "We want to make sure her health is good so we got her on to the hospital". Finally the young lady has been found and she's alive. "Words can not describe the happiness and relief we feel that she has been found and returned to us", Elizabeth Theris said.
  • Big Ben will stop chiming for four years

    Big Ben will stop chiming for four years

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    Brexit Secretary David Davis said stopping the chimes was "mad" as he dismissed health and safety concerns linked to the clock tower's restoration and urged the estate's authorities to "just get on with it". This should have been taken into account. It seems to me draconian to think it will only chime eight times in four years'. Scaffolding is up and fix work has already started.
  • US, China Presidents Hold Talks to Resolve North Korea Crisis

    US, China Presidents Hold Talks to Resolve North Korea Crisis

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    The United States and South Korea insist their annual joint exercises are purely defensive, and can not be linked to the North's missile programme, which violates a host of UN resolutions. The plans are based on the Hwasong-12, a new missile the country successfully flight-tested for the first time in May. President Donald Trump and China's President Xi Jinping in July.
  • Group pulls request for Richmond Confederate monument rally

    Group pulls request for Richmond Confederate monument rally

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    Organizers in Richmond are cancelling a rally in support of Confederate monuments planned for next month. Just hours later, Bowling told the paper that he was calling off the rally "due to the potential for violence after Charlottesville, the rally on Sept 16 will not be held".
  • Tillerson: Islamic State Is Responsible For Crimes Against Humanity

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    Kozak said when asked about the seeming incongruity. Neither administration's genocide determination carries with it any legal obligation for the United States or others. The report does not look into policy in the United States, where Trump won office on a pledge to ban all Muslim immigration and is now battling U.S.
  • Trump attacks CEOs who left his jobs council

    Trump attacks CEOs who left his jobs council

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    He's a friend of mine", Trump said . "I like Mr. Bannon". "He is a good person". On Monday, after widespread criticism from both parties, Trump finally issued what many saw as a reluctant condemnation of white supremacist violence. In November, upon Bannon's appointment to the White House team, Pelosi released a statement in which she called the former executive chair of the conservative news outlet Breitbart a "white nationalist" and criticized his hiring by Trump.
  • Kashmiris observed India's Independence Day as Black Day

    Kashmiris observed India's Independence Day as Black Day

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    The people of Kashmir are observing the day in order to expose India, which has occupied a large part of the state forcefully and usurped their right to self-determination. Amid rising Indo-Pak hostilities, the nuclear neighbours did not assemble either at any of the posts along the 744 km long Line of Control and 198 km long International Border in Jammu and Kashmir to celebrate their respective Independence days with each other on Monday and Tuesday.
  • Sixers unveil 2017-18 regular-season schedule

    Sixers unveil 2017-18 regular-season schedule

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    There are several other marquee matchups that will set the tone for the upcoming season. Tip-off time for all of Golden State's weekday home games during the 2017-18 season will be 7:30 p.m., while all Saturday and Sunday home games will tip-off at 5:30 p.m.
  • North Korea's Kim Jong Un to President Trump: It's your move

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    On the other hand, it has indicated that it would be willing to engage in joint military talks and diplomatic dialogue with North Korea, and it even invited Kim's government to participate in a joint Independence Day celebration. They stress that the USA has no interest in regime change or accelerated reunification of Korea, and does not seek an excuse to garrison U.S. troops north of the demilitarised zone - this last point is aimed at China.
  • Trump again cites 'military' option against North Korea

    Trump again cites 'military' option against North Korea

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    The Chinese foreign ministry said Xi urged Trump to avoid "words and deeds" that would "exacerbate" the already-tense situation, exercise restraint and seek a political settlement. He said North Korea had threatened Guam - a U.S. territory which hosts two large military bases and is home to more than 6,000 military personnel - at least three times since 2013.
  • Scott wants supermajority amendment for passing tax increases

    Scott wants supermajority amendment for passing tax increases

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    Rick Scott announced that 60.7 million tourists visited the Sunshine State in the first six months of 2017, an increase of 4.1 percent from past year when more tourists came to Florida than ever before. This Q2 number breaks down to 26.4 million domestic visitors, 2.6 million overseas visitors and 899,000 Canadians coming to Florida. The dispute left a cloud of uncertainty hanging over the tourism marketing agency for months.
  • The scientific reason you should stop using emojis immediately

    The scientific reason you should stop using emojis immediately

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    Ella Glikson, a post-doctorate fellow at the BGU Department of Management, Guilford Glazer Faculty of Business and Management. The researchers conducted three experiments with 549 people from 29 countries. Dr Glikson said: 'The study also found that when the participants were asked to respond to e-mails on formal matters, their answers were more detailed and they included more content-related information when the e-mail did not include a smiley.
  • Lincoln Memorial spray painted by vandals

    Lincoln Memorial spray painted by vandals

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    Follow Rebecca on Twitter . Parks services said silver spray paint was also discovered on a Smithsonian wayfinding sign in the 1400 block of Constitution Avenue. US serviceman Kevin Hall who visited the vandalized Lincoln Memorial back in February was upset by the crime. She was arrested but was found incompetent to stand trial .