• Warmbier's travel agency stops taking Americans to N. Korea
Warmbier's travel agency stops taking Americans to N. Korea

Mr Warmbier was on a tourist trip when he was arrested and handed a 15-year sentence in March last year, a punishment USA officials decried as out of proportion to his alleged crime. President Moon Jae-in also offered condolences, deploring North Korea's human rights violations. In the bill, he should codify that no USA citizen should be allowed ...

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  • Zarif hails Iran's missile attack on ISIS
Zarif hails Iran's missile attack on ISIS

Iran has targeted jihadists in Syria with missiles in retaliation for deadly attacks in Tehran, but the strike was also a message to its regional rivals and Washington, experts say . -Russian agreement that had been created to prevent a direct conflict between the two powers in Syria. Russian Federation is retaliating following the us military...

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  • Republican Routs Democrat in Georgia's Special US Congregational Election
Republican Routs Democrat in Georgia's Special US Congregational Election

Shares on the likelihood of Ossoff winning closed above shares on Handel winning continuously since May 16 and saw spreads reaching as high as 36 cents on June 11. Most recently, Tom Price resigned in February to join Trump's administration. Despite spending more than $30 million, Ossoff lost the district by a wider margin than Democrat Hillary ...

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  • Shiv Sena backs Ram Nath Kovind as President
Shiv Sena backs Ram Nath Kovind as President

President Pranab Mukherjee has accepted the resignation of Kovind as the Governor of Bihar, a communique issued by the Rashtrapati Bhavan said today. While the move of nominating a Kovind has been termed by the political observers as a surprise and it has certainly put the opposition in a fix over extending their support with JD (U) and BSP indic...

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  • Japan investigates delay to report ships' collision
Japan investigates delay to report ships' collision

S. Navy Destroyer collided with a container ship off the coast of Japan , early Saturday morning. Coast guard officials said the container ship has a speed-increasing bulbous bow that sticks out in front of the ship below the waterline, suggesting that part stabbed the destroyer's bottom, allowing the seawater to gush in.

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  • After weeks of secrecy, US Senate to unveil healthcare bill
After weeks of secrecy, US Senate to unveil healthcare bill

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the bill will be made available Thursday. "They are not interested in what we are trying to achieve at all", McConnell said . "I wouldn't want to compare it to the House bill ", McConnell said. They didn't want to repeal and replace Obamacare. For instance, the Senate version is expected to in...

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  • America shoots down Iranian drone
America shoots down Iranian drone

On Sunday, a USA fighter jet downed a Syrian warplane for the first time in the conflict. It was an Iranian-made Shahed 129 and was thought to be armed and in firing range of U.S. The spokesman said that USA air operations were continuing to operate, including west of the Euphrates, with some changes to altitude and flight plans in order to "mi...

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  • There's now a swimsuit with Donald Trump's face on it
There's now a swimsuit with Donald Trump's face on it

If one-pieces aren't your style, Beloved Shirts has plenty of other clothing items inspired by Donald Trump . Last month, the company created the hairy chest swimsuit which looked like a hairy man's upper body and the cost of it is $44.

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  • Sabato on Implications of Ossoff Defeat: 'It's Pretty Depressing' for Democrats
Sabato on Implications of Ossoff Defeat: 'It's Pretty Depressing' for Democrats

House seat in Georgia's 6th Congressional District - beating back the "Resistance" movement and defending a seat in the wealthy Atlanta suburbs that Republicans have held for almost 40 years. Mr. Trump still cast his shadow on the race even after it was over. "A special thanks to the president of the United States of America", she said as her...

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  • Obama: We never stopped trying to get Otto Warmbier home
Obama: We never stopped trying to get Otto Warmbier home

A University of Virginia student detained by the government of North Korea for more than a year has died, only days after being returned to his home, according to his family. However, US doctors found no evidence of botulism upon Mr Warmbier's release. Young Pioneer Tours specializes in trips to North Korea and was founded by British expatria...

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  • North Korea threat: European Union seeking role in ending regime's nuclear program
North Korea threat: European Union seeking role in ending regime's nuclear program

There will be more interviews and records reviewed. But the US President took to Twitter on Tuesday to offer a grim assessment of China's role in restraining North Korea: "While I greatly appreciate the efforts of President Xi & China to help with North Korea, it has not worked out".

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  • USA jets shoot down
USA jets shoot down "Iranian drone" in Syria

The drone was thought to be armed and threatening US-led coalition troops on the ground, officials said . Monday's tensions between Russian Federation and the US erupted after a USA fighter jet shot down a Syrian warplane , the first such incident in Syria's more than six-year-old civil war.

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  • 15 arrested in MP for celebrating Pakistan's Champions Trophy win
15 arrested in MP for celebrating Pakistan's Champions Trophy win

Sarfraz Ahmed's men shocked the entire world by lifting the coveted trophy for the first time in the team's history. In the past, cricket fans have been arrested in both India and Pakistan for supporting rival teams or players. Messages such as "Champion of champions". Jubilant fans spilled onto the streets dancing and distributing candies soo...

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  • Security high at Brussels stations
Security high at Brussels stations

The Islamic State group claimed the attacks, which were carried out by the same jihadist cell behind the November 2016 Paris attacks that killed 130 people. "In three years we have been confronted with several attacks or attempts and we say the zero risk does not exist", Prime Minister Charles Michel said after a specially-convened security meeting...

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  • Warmbier Death Pushes Potential Trump-Kim Meeting 'Further Away'
Warmbier Death Pushes Potential Trump-Kim Meeting 'Further Away'

In April, Trump told CBS he would "not be happy" if North Korea tested a nuclear device, though he did not specify whether he would take action in response. Moon cited the triple-meltdown at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Generating Station as a primary concern. U.S citizen Otto Warmbier who was arrested while on a tourist visit to North...

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  • Republicans fend off Democrats in Georgia and S. Carolina
Republicans fend off Democrats in Georgia and S. Carolina

ATLANTA ( WXIA ) - Voters headed to the polls today as the nation's most expensive congressional race in history comes to an end. Incomplete returns show Ms Handel winning nearly 53% of the vote over Democrat Jon Ossoff in Georgia's 6th Congressional District.

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  • U.S. warplane blasts Syrian drone from sky
U.S. warplane blasts Syrian drone from sky

A similar incident occurred June 6, and on June 8 a United States warplane shot down a pro-regime drone in Syria after it fired at coalition forces. Tanf is the town on Syrian border with Jordan where U.S. Aron Lund, also a fellow at the Century Foundation, said that even though Russian Federation and the US may not be interested in an escala...

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  • Jared Kushner to hold talks with Israel, Palestine this week
Jared Kushner to hold talks with Israel, Palestine this week

Trump's senior aide and son-in-law Jared Kushner will arrive on Wednesday for meetings in Jerusalem and Ramallah. While the Palestinians have cautiously supported a renewed US-brokered peace effort, Trump's staunchly pro-Israel position and the views of his advisers have raised questions whether they can be impartial actors.

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  • Turkish troops arrive in Qatar for joint training
Turkish troops arrive in Qatar for joint training

Saudi Arabia , the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain are among a string of countries which this month cut ties with Qatar over accusations the emirate supports extremism. Gargash also said that the UAE and its allies did not trust Qatar at all. Turkey has maintained good relations with Qatar as well as several of its Gulf Arab neighbours.

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  • Trump restores restrictions on Cuba
Trump restores restrictions on Cuba

Rep. Tom Emmer, R-Minn., said Trump's new Cuba policy "will hurt the United States economically, making it harder for our nation's farmers to access new markets and cutting the knees out from under our travel and manufacturing industries".

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