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In its fresh salvo, North Korea has accused the USA of creating a "situation where nuclear war could break out an any time". " North Korea answered our overtures (for denuclearization) with willful deception, broken promises, and nuclear and missile tests ", he said .
  • Nintendo Switch Mini Predicted by Industry Analysts

    Nintendo Switch Mini Predicted by Industry Analysts

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    They might just carry some good news about the availability of the Switch and where to find them. It was also noted that the "Mario Kart" is one of Nintendo's biggest, most familiar brands and it wouldn't be a revelation to see Nintendo put it into a promotion to aid in selling the Nintendo Switch units.
  • Trump's Border Wall Probably Won't Be One Long Barrier, DHS Secretary Says

    Trump's Border Wall Probably Won't Be One Long Barrier, DHS Secretary Says

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    Kelly's remarks backed up his assertion in his January confirmation hearing that a physical barrier alone "wouldn't be adequate". A buffer zone around the wall prototype building area will be created and monitored by both local law enforcement agencies and United States Border Patrol agents during the project, if warranted by threats or disruptive and destructive protests.
  • US strike on Syrian air base has limited impact on Bashar Assad

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    Haley said the airstrikes destroyed an airfield from which the United States believes the chemical attacks on the rebel-held town of Khan Sheikhun were launched. He had planned to travel to Russia Monday on a trip meant to start a fresh dialogue with Moscow. Asked about Putin possibly skipping a meeting with Tillerson, White House press secretary Sean Spicer said, "There is a bit of irony that for all of these talks that have been perpetuated about back channels and direct links, that now ...
  • 'All Out War': North Korea Promises 'Weekly' New Missile Tests

    'All Out War': North Korea Promises 'Weekly' New Missile Tests

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    North Korea's deputy U.N. ambassador accused the United States on Monday of turning the Korean Peninsula into "the world's biggest hotspot" and creating "a unsafe situation in which a thermonuclear war may break out at any moment". Pence is expected to discuss rising tension on the Korean peninsula with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Tuesday when he travels to Tokyo to kick off economic talks with Finance Minister Taro Aso.
  • EU Launches Probe in Hungarian Education Law

    EU Launches Probe in Hungarian Education Law

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    Thousands of students broke off from an earlier protest in Heroes" Square and marched on to the parliament on Wednesday, chanting "Europe! This is an issue that has not been resolved since 2004 when Hungary and other countries in central-eastern Europe joined EU.
  • Meet the woman behind the White House Easter Egg Roll

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    The president's motorcade was seen leaving the private resort at 3:48 pm and arrived at the Palm Beach International Airport about 10 minutes later on his way back to Washington. The tradition originated almost 150 years ago, when children would gather on Capitol Hill to roll eggs. The first lady also took part in another traditional aspect of the Easter event, reading portions of "Party Animals", written by Kathie Lee Gifford, to the kids.
  • Russia's Assad stance dims hopes for US thaw

    Russia's Assad stance dims hopes for US thaw

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    Ten countries supported the text, while Bolivia joined Russian Federation in rejecting it. However Russia, an ally of Syria, used its power of veto to block the UN Security Council resolution. "That's a butcher. That's a butcher", Trump said of Assad. Secretary of defense says the United States has no doubt the Syrian government planned and executed the chemical attack in Idlib.
  • S. Africa's former deputy finance minister, Mcebisi Jonas resigns

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    The South African government remains committed to a measured fiscal consolidation that stabilizes the rise in public debt, President Jacob Zuma said on Tuesday. Partly in response, at least one major ratings agency has downgraded South Africa's credit rating to " junk ", and the South African rand took a beating in currency markets.