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McMaster was speaking hours after US and South Korean defense officials told CNN that an attempted missile launch by North Korea failed. "We will see what happens!" he tweeted. concessions on trade in exchange for action on North Korea. North Korea on Sunday failed in a missile launch from its eastern coast, South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said, but it wasn't immediately clear what kind of missile was sacked.
  • Doctor files court papers demanding United Airlines 'protects evidence'

    Doctor files court papers demanding United Airlines 'protects evidence'

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    Chicago Aviation Commissioner Ginger Evans will also speak. Alderman Mike Zalewski said he did not know who will represent the airline before the aviation committee, but Mr Munoz has been notified of the hearing scheduled for Thursday. US President Donald Trump has said what happened to Dao was "horrible". The passenger was identified as Dao, a 69-year-old physician from Elizabethtown, Kentucky.
  • Ramsey County Commissioner Huffman Enters Gubernatorial Race

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    Blake Huffman announced his bid Wednesday is St. Paul for the seat Gov. Mark Dayton will vacate after serving out his second term. A Republican Ramsey County commissioner is entering the race for Minnesota governor in 2018. But he criticized Republican lawmakers for cutting funding for bus transit and said lawmakers of both parties should work together to pass an infrastructure bill.
  • Survivors, families mark Oklahoma City bombing anniversary

    Survivors, families mark Oklahoma City bombing anniversary

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    The blast killed 168 people and injured hundreds of others on April 19th, 1995. Timothy McVeigh was convicted of the bombing and was later executed. HUD lost 35 employees when the building was bombed. Fifty workers from the agency survived. His co-conspirator Terry Nichols, a MI native, received life in prison for his part in the attack.
  • China urges USA and North Korea to refrain from provoking each other

    China urges USA and North Korea to refrain from provoking each other

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    It has carried out five nuclear tests - two of them past year - and multiple missile launches, one of which saw several rockets land in waters close to Japan last month. A series of what appeared to be KN-08 missiles were among the weapons rolled out on trucks. Against all conventional wisdom, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un insists on poking the hornet's nest.
  • Suspended SGF Babachir Lawal Meets VP Osinbajo

    Suspended SGF Babachir Lawal Meets VP Osinbajo

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    Mr Timi Frank, has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to sack appointees, including cabinet members, who had brought the Federal Government to disrepute. Frank said the suspension of the SGF and the NIA boss was long overdue. Ayo Oke, pending the outcome of investigation of allegations levelled against them.
  • China tests missiles amid North Korea nuclear stand off

    China tests missiles amid North Korea nuclear stand off

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    Tensions on the Korean Peninsula have sharply spiked in recent weeks as Washington and Pyongyang have rattled their sabers against each other, with the USA ordering a massive aircraft carrier strike group to move to waters off the Korean Peninsula and the North responding with a missile launch attempt, even though it ended in failure.
  • Police seek 3 suspects after highway truck chase

    Police seek 3 suspects after highway truck chase

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    The pursuit continued onto the eastbound QEW and was called off by officers when the suspect driver reached speeds in excess of 140 km/hr. It's believed three men were involved and inside the vehicle at the time. Police believe the suspects stole a 2002 GMC Savannah van with licence plate number AVZC 492 that was parked on the street. Police are looking for three suspects, who were last seen heading west on Highway 403 in Hamilton.
  • Will Turkey end up more isolated after its referendum?

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    Opponents accuse him of leading a drive toward one-man rule in Turkey, a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation member that borders Iran, Iraq and Syria and whose stability is of vital importance to the United States and the European Union.Speaking in parliament today, Yildirim said "rumours" of irregularities were a vain effort to cast doubt on the result."The people's will has been reflected at the ballot box, and the debate is over", he said.