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He also said he would go to Beijing and Tokyo, not to mention Pyongyang, although he specified that "circumstances" would have to permit that trip. President Moon made his intentions blatantly clear when he urged South Koreans to "embrace the North Korean people to achieve peaceful reunification one day".
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    Europol said Monday that "very few" people have paid the ransom. Speaking to ITV's Peston on Sunday, Europol director Rob Wainwright said the attack was indiscriminate across the private and public sectors. On Saturday, experts said it appeared that the ransomware had made just over $20,000, although they expected that number to pop when people went back into the office Monday.
  • North Korea Tests Its New Ballistic Missile

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    It was not immediately clear what type of ballistic missile was launched, the seventh such firing this year, although the US Pacific Command said that "the flight is not consistent with an intercontinental ballistic missile". Moon, the first liberal leader in Seoul in almost a decade, said as he took his oath of office that he would be willing to visit the North if the circumstances were right.
  • Kobach supported Trump's unfounded claim that "millions" voted illegally

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    Leahy's statement was a response to news that Trump assembled a "Commission on Election Integrity" to review voter fraud and voter suppression in federal elections. He sparked a political firestorm on Tuesday when he fired the Federal Bureau of Investigation director, James Comey . In a lunch meeting with senators in February, Trump said that he and former Republican Sen.
  • Sacked Delhi minister on hunger strike attacked outside his home

    Sacked Delhi minister on hunger strike attacked outside his home

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    Kapil Mishra , who has been sacked from the party and the cabinet, said Mr Kejriwal misused his powers as Delhi's chief minister. MLA Kapil Mishra , who is on a hunger strike for the second consecutive day today, will visit the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) office to disclose more details about the tanker scam.
  • Italiano ucciso per rapina in un parco di Berlino

    Italiano ucciso per rapina in un parco di Berlino

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    E' il terzo per estensione. L'ipotesi più probabile è che l'italiano sia stato accoltellato a seguito di una rapina. Un passante, all'alba, ha trovato la vittima agonizzante e ha chiamato i soccorsi. L'uomo di Bolzano viveva da un po' di tempo a Berlino . La notizia è stata comunicata nella tarda mattinata alla famiglia, che vive a Ponte Adige , nella periferia verde del capoluogo altoatesino ai piedi di Castel Firmiano.
  • More to Face Arraignment in Penn State Fraternity House Death

    More to Face Arraignment in Penn State Fraternity House Death

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    Braxton Becker was among eight members of Beta Theta Pi to be arraigned Tuesday on charges related to the death of pledge Timothy Piazza in February, according to the Centre Daily Times , of State College. He staggers toward the basement steps. A doctor told a grand jury that Piazza's blood-alcohol level was.36 - more than 4-1/2 times the legal limit to drive in Pennsylvania.
  • 200 jail officers call in sick on Mother's Day

    200 jail officers call in sick on Mother's Day

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    Another quarter of the jail's staffed failed to make it to the evening shift, the Cook County Sheriff's Office told local media. "Unfortunately, it's devastating to the people who do come to work and for the taxpayers". Cook County Jail was also placed on lockdown six weeks later, after 317 employees called off over two shifts on Father's Day in June. Game seven of the National Basketball Association finals took place that night, the sheriff's office was quick to note.
  • SCOTUS rejects appeal over NC voter ID law

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    And since then-AG (and future governor) Roy Cooper wouldn't contend the Fourth Circuit's decision, McCrory went so far as to claim he would take his case all the way to the U.S. The law, one of a number of similar statutes passed by Republican-controlled states, was opposed by civil rights groups, including the state chapter of the NAACP, as well as Democrats.