• McMaster: Trump Will Take A More 'Holistic' Approach To Iran

    McMaster: Trump Will Take A More 'Holistic' Approach To Iran

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    Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Wednesday told reporters on the sidelines of the UNGA that Trump's speech violated the JCPOA because the agreement prohibits parties to from taking stances against it. Speaking to press after the meeting, Tillerson said that the United States is not disputing that Iran is in technical compliance with the nuclear deal, officially called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
  • China Finds Trump Threats To North Korea Unhelpful

    China Finds Trump Threats To North Korea Unhelpful

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    Trump responded with a tweet calling Kim Jong-un "a madman" who "will be tested like never before!" Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council - the United States, France, Britain, Russia and China - plus Germany signed the JCPOA on July 14, 2015 and started implementing it on January 16, 2016.
  • North Korea quake not a nuclear test, say China experts

    North Korea quake not a nuclear test, say China experts

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    Japanese officials say North Korea could send a nuclear-armed missile over Japan if it tests a hydrogen bomb over the Pacific. She said there will be a very concerted and determined worldwide response to such action. "The Democratic People's Republic of Korea had better comply to the United Nations world demands or face elimination as a viable civilization on this planet because of its threat to all humanity as an authoritarian state", Charles Vick, an expert on the North's missiles and a ...
  • Another nuclear test? North Korea quake a 'suspected explosion', says China

    Another nuclear test? North Korea quake a 'suspected explosion', says China

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    According to South Korea's meteorological agency, the quake was detected near the Punggyeri nuclear site in North Korea's Hamgyong Province. Lassino Zerbo, of nuclear watchdog the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty Organisation (CTBTO), tweeted that the quake was not man-made but similar to a "collapse" event, or tremor, that followed nearly immediately after the 3 September test.
  • Burnley's Sean Dyche wants increased punishments for diving

    Burnley's Sean Dyche wants increased punishments for diving

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    Where do they get it from? That's got to go. Town substitute Van La Parra went down far too easily in the box looking for a penalty and received a yellow card. "At the end, there will be similar reaction in the dressing room as nobody likes to lose football matches - we both have to handle it, and go forward".
  • Fires found in Muslim villages in Myanmar, Amnesty International says

    Fires found in Muslim villages in Myanmar, Amnesty International says

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    The once 1.1-million strong group are denied citizenship in mainly Buddhist Myanmar and widely viewed as foreign invaders from Bangladesh , a narrative pushed by army chief Min Aung Hlaing in regular Facebook posts. "The wave is over", Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) commander SM Ariful Islam said. The government says there is no such ethnicity as Rohingya and that they are Bengalis who illegally migrated to Myanmar from Bangladesh.
  • Carr Locked in Early in Raiders Season; 'He Doesnt' Make Mistakes'

    Carr Locked in Early in Raiders Season; 'He Doesnt' Make Mistakes'

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    Reed has still made an impact early with 11 receptions for 84 yards in two games, though no touchdowns. That was a rare play for the Raiders , who hadn't had a sack from a defensive back since D.J. "He's about timing", Washington cornerback Josh Norman said, via ESPN . "We've got to go out there, have fun and make plays". He's a good quarterback .
  • Browns' Garrett 'doubtful' to play against Colts

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    For a decade these were two of the best teams in the NFL. The Browns won the first National Football League title game 27-0 on December, 27, 1964. Cleveland has dropped a pair of games to AFC North rivals in the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Baltimore Ravens to start their season.
  • 'Price is Right' makes history with five $1 spins on Wheel

    'Price is Right' makes history with five $1 spins on Wheel

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    On Friday, network television's number one-rated daytime series set a record as five $1 spins on the Wheel resulted in a total giveaway of $80,000, stunning viewers and the contestants themselves. If they spun another $1, they received an additional $25,000. "Oh my goodness, what is happening", Carey said. "We couldn't believe what was happening, my jaw was hanging down", Carey said.
  • Japan's Abe says time for talk is over on North Korea

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    The Cabinet of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe formally announced on Friday the ruling coalition's plan to convene an extraordinary Diet session on September 28, the outset of which will likely see Abe dissolve the lower house for a snap election.
  • Sushma meet UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, discusses issues of mutual interest

    Sushma meet UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, discusses issues of mutual interest

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    Addressing the UN General Assembly (UNGA), Swaraj said that it was not just mere coincidence that the world has witnessed hurricanes, earthquakes, rains that inundate storms which terrify. Lodhi said Pakistan remained open to resuming a comprehensive dialogue with India but it should include Kashmir and end what she claimed was a "campaign of subversion and state-sponsored terrorism".
  • Ignas Brazdeikis commits to Michigan: Wolverines land promising 2018 guard

    Ignas Brazdeikis commits to Michigan: Wolverines land promising 2018 guard

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    Ignas Brazdeikis joins a program that has done a good job of developing wing players during John Beilein's tenure as head coach, with D.J. Wilson being the most recent to develop into an National Basketball Association draft pick. Brazdeikis took official visits to both MI and Vanderbilt before making his choice, with a scheduled visit to Florida likely no longer in the plans as a result of his commitment.
  • Juventus maintain flawless start with derby win over Torino

    Juventus maintain flawless start with derby win over Torino

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    Matters grew worse for Torino eight minutes later when Baselli, who had already been booked, clumsily clattered into Pjanic and he was shown a second yellow card and dismissed. Algeria global Ghoulam drilled home Napoli's 83rd-minute victor after Federico Viviani's superb second-half free-kick appeared to have earned minnows SPAL a surprise draw.
  • LePage meeting with Pence in Washington on health care, taxes

    LePage meeting with Pence in Washington on health care, taxes

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    Susan Collins of ME says she's "leaning against" a Republican proposal to eliminate the Affordable Care Act, despite new pressure from her state's GOP governor. Susan Collins and Angus King fail to understand the "disastrous effects" of Medicaid expansion on people in Maine. In Maine, Collins says there are lots of numbers floating around, and she's awaiting an analysis by the Congressional Budget Office before she makes a final decision.
  • APHC expresses concern over escalating border tension between India and Pakistan

    APHC expresses concern over escalating border tension between India and Pakistan

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    He added, "Pakistan is not prepared to do is to fight the Afghan war on Pakistan's soil". The US accuses the Pakistani intelligence services of ties to militants who operate in Afghanistan, allegations Pakistan rejects. India blames Pakistan for fuelling the unrest, a claim denied by Islamabad. In his speech, PM Abbasi following his predecessor former prime minister Nawaz Sharif said India is using massive and indiscriminate force to suppress the Kashmiris, shooting indiscriminately at ...
  • Baker Mayfield reminds Baylor who daddy is, threatens to spank them

    Baker Mayfield reminds Baylor who daddy is, threatens to spank them

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    The Sooners piled up 342 rushing yards. Oklahoma defensive lineman Matt Romar did not play Saturday, sitting out because of an injury he suffered in last week's game against Tulane. It's good to be the Oklahoma Sooners. Tight end Mark Andrews accounted for OU's first TD on a 24-yard reception from Mayfield . The Bears had a chance to score when they drove 58 yards on 13 plays to Oklahoma's 17.