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Kim called the news conference to "categorically reject" the U.S. decision to hold an open meeting of the Security Council on April 28 on North Korea's nuclear program which is scheduled to be chaired by U.S. Pence, whose father served in the 1950-53 Korean War, said the USA would stand by its "iron-clad alliance" with South Korea and was seeking peace through strength.
  • Intel axes Intel Developer Forum by canceling IDF17

    Intel axes Intel Developer Forum by canceling IDF17

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    Intel has a number of resources available on intel.com, including a Resource and Design Center with documentation, software, and tools for designers, engineers, and developers. Intel's announcement states that "Intel has evolved its event portfolio and chose to retire the IDF program moving forward". Still, it's a sad day for many who have attended IDF throughout the years, so here's hoping that whatever Intel does to replace it is just as useful to the community.
  • Erdogan could bring back death penalty after Turkey referendum win

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    Global observers said the referendum campaign was conducted on an "unlevel playing field", while Erdogan's opponents fear the result will hand him one-man rule. But opponents questioned the validity of the vote, calling for a recount and challenging a last minute decision by the electoral authorities to allow ballots to be counted that were not stamped by election officials.
  • North Korea 'will test missiles weekly', senior official tells BBC

    North Korea 'will test missiles weekly', senior official tells BBC

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    Some estimates are that North Korea may have the capability to launch a missile that could hit the continental United States by the year 2020. With both governments in agreement on the goal, they are approaching it in markedly different ways, with the USA adopting the role of the bellicose "bad cop" while Chinese President Xi Jinping, calling North Korea to the negotiating table, plays the role of "good cop".
  • Kia might invest Rs. 10000 crore in Andhra Pradesh plant

    Kia might invest Rs. 10000 crore in Andhra Pradesh plant

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    The initial capacity will be for three lakh units per year, with scope for ramping up in the near future. "While Isuzu Motors already has a major production facility now under operation in the Sri City special economic zone in Chittoor district, two-wheeler maker Hero Moto-Corp is in the process of setting up its facility close by, involving Rs 800 crore of investment".
  • North Korea vows to respond to US aggression with 'nuclear attack'

    North Korea vows to respond to US aggression with 'nuclear attack'

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    But officials said the one shown on Saturday was a "highly more enhanced version" than the one in 2012, adding the three-stage missile seemed to have been simplified to two stages, which requires more sophisticated technology. If Donald Trump is trying something new, that is to be welcomed, with the very serious caveat that North Korea's propensity to lash out must be factored in.
  • Vice President visits border between North & South Korea

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    Pence will be tasked with explaining the policy in meetings with leaders in South Korea and Japan during the trip, which will also include stops in Indonesia and Australia. Vice Foreign Minister Han Song-Ryol was speaking amid rising tensions over the country's military ambitions. One day before the test, North Korea held a military parade, showing off its largest missiles amid increased tensions in the region over its nuclear program.
  • China fears N Korea-US conflict 'any moment'

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    The suspension of service will go into effect from Monday, according to the Chinese state media. Following the president to his Mar-A-Lago resort - rising tensions with North Korea. A series of what appeared to be KN-08 missiles were among the weapons rolled out on trucks. Pyongyang recently tested a ballistic missile and claims it is close to perfecting an intercontinental ballistic missile and nuclear warhead that could attack the US mainland.
  • Trump Thinks Amanda Knox Should Be Grateful to Him

    Trump Thinks Amanda Knox Should Be Grateful to Him

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    Trump tweeted about his belief of Knox's innocence twice in 2011, writing shortly before her verdict that "Everyone should boycott Italy if Amanda Knox is not freed-she is totally innocent" and backing her in interviews . Donald Trump is "very upset" that Amanda Knox voted for Hillary Clinton in the USA election, his advisor George Lombardi has said. Interest in Knox's case has continued to captivate public attention as the debate lingers regarding any role she might have played in ...
  • US Vice President Pence arrives in Seoul

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    After his visit to the cemetery, Pence was to meet with US troops in Seoul to celebrate Easter Day. The missile test came a day after the national celebration of the birth of Kim Il-Sung, the founder of North Korea and the grandfather of the country's current leader, Kim Jung-Un.
  • Pakistan PM says he is shocked by blasphemy killing

    Pakistan PM says he is shocked by blasphemy killing

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    Mohammad Mashal Khan was dragged from his hostel in Mardan by at least 10 men and beaten to death Thursday. The Afghan Ambassador to Pakistan Omar Zakhilwal visited Swabi to condole the murder of 23 year old Mashal Khan. Vigilantes have murdered 65 people over blasphemy allegations since 1990, according to research compiled by the Center for Research and Security Studies think-tank.