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Global Media US Considers Putting Nukes in South Korea
Author: 0 US Considers Putting Nukes in South Korea

Japan, together with the US and South Korea, tightened sanctions in December 2016, following North Korea's nuclear and missile tests. The statement said that North Korea, which regards Syria as an ally, was not surprised that this USA military attack was a "warning to us" and that it was another example that "we have to defend ourselves against imperialist aggressions".

Global Media Khalid Masood died of gunshot wound to chest, inquest hears
Author: 0 Khalid Masood died of gunshot wound to chest, inquest hears

In a statement to the Associated Press, Hydara poured scorn on her husband's act of terror and requested privacy for her family, especially the children, at this hard time. Speakers said it was time for all communities and religions to "come together and show solidarity" and to "not let the terrorists win". The inquest into the death of Masood will open and adjourn at the same Coroner's Court on Thursday, March 30, at 1pm.

Global Media Surprise strike marks a reversal for Trump
Author: 0 Surprise strike marks a reversal for Trump

On Saturday, Trump tweeted , "It was a great honor to have President Xi Jinping and Madame Peng Liyuan of China as our guests in the United States". It also said China opposes the use of chemical weapons. - Vowed cooperation to persuade North Korea to abandon its nuclear program; recognized North Korea's nuclear program has reached a critical stage.

Global Media Feds Abandon Quest to Unmask Trump Critic
Author: 0 Feds Abandon Quest to Unmask Trump Critic

The users of these Twitter accounts are using the social media site to voice their growing dissent with government leaders and policies, reports Reuters . The Department of Justice declined to comment . Esha Bhandari, a staff attorney with the American Civil Liberties Union, which is representing the Twitter user, said the government's request was highly unusual.

Author: 0 Strikes were 'one step away' from clashing with Russian military

The United States blasted a Syrian air base with a barrage of cruise missiles in fiery retaliation for this week's gruesome chemical weapons attack against civilians. "The United States will no longer wait for Assad to use chemical weapons without any consequences", Ms Haley said. The decision undercut another campaign promise for Trump: his pledge to try to warm relations with Moscow.

Author: 0 India offers $4.5-bn credit to Bangladesh

Modi also noted that India has added an additional 60 Mw of power to the 600 Mw already flowing to Bangladesh. The Bangladesh Prime Minister arrived here on Friday on a four-day visit to India. On her part, Sheikh Hasina appreciated Modi "for his dynamism and innovative ideas that are not only taking India forward but adding value to our our bilateral relationship".

Author: 0 Xi calls for cooperation with the US

The comments come as the two leaders wrapped up a Florida summit, and signal a U-turn from his anti-China rhetoric on the campaign trail a year ago. Xi is therefore expected to come under pressure from Trump to take a tougher stance with its neighbour, with the United States president potentially calling for China to step up targeted sanctions on North Korea.

Global Media 'Turkey informed before U.S. strike in Syria'
Author: 0 'Turkey informed before U.S. strike in Syria'

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu also said safe zones in Syria were "now more important than ever". The village is in the northern province of Raqqa where US -backed Syrian fighters have been on the offensive against IS under the cover of USA -led coalition airstrikes.

Global Media Key Dem McCaskill to oppose Gorsuch, back filibuster
Author: 0 Key Dem McCaskill to oppose Gorsuch, back filibuster

Sen. Claire McCaskillClaire McCaskillKey Dem McCaskill to oppose Gorsuch, back filibuster The Hill's 12:30 Report Conservative group targets red-state Dems ahead of Supreme Court vote MORE (D-Mo.) on Friday said she will vote to support a filibuster of President Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorsuch.

Author: 0 US vows to do more in Syria 'if needed'

That could potentially change calculations from Beijing to Moscow to Pyongyang. His back corner position serves as a neat representation of his demotion from the National Security Council, ordered by President Trump this week. The line enabled the U.S. to warn the Kremlin of impending air strikes on Thursday and was also used in February to stop a Russian strike on United States jets it had mistaken for Isis forces in a region of northern Syria.

Global Media US Could Deploy Nuclear Weapons in South Korea
Author: 0 US Could Deploy Nuclear Weapons in South Korea

The missile, apparently a new medium-range type, was launched from North Korea's eastern coastal city of Sinpo, South Hamgyong Province, toward the northeast around 6:42 a.m. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad thanked North Korean leader Kim Jong-un for recognising the Syrian struggle to "meet such challenges as sinister actions of the world's terrorists" and Syria was encouraged "to successfully weather the crisis without fail".

Author: 0 Backed Syrian fighters reach ISIS-held dam in north Syria

The US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF ), a Kurdish-Arab alliance, has been working for months to encircle Raqa. SDF spokesperson Talal Silo said its fighters had seized "60 to 70 percent" of the airport but were still engaged in clashes with the militants inside the air base and on its outskirts.

Global Media IS downs Iraqi helicopter over Mosul, killing two
Author: 0 IS downs Iraqi helicopter over Mosul, killing two

The attackers were disguised in police uniforms and used a police vehicle to enter the city, 175 km (110 miles) north of Baghdad, Police Colonel Khalid Mahmoud told Reuters. The hardline group seized Mosul, Iraq's second city, almost three years ago, declaring from one of its oldest and most iconic mosques the establishment of a "caliphate" that also spans parts of Syria.

Author: 0 57-year-old Fred Couples in contention again at the Masters

The 28-year-old has had some big moments in golf, winning prestigious tournaments like the 2012 Wells Fargo Championship and The Players Championship and Deutsche Bank Championship in 2015. Garcia, 37, played a bogey-free back nine featuring two birdies to card a 70 while world number eight Fowler, like the Spaniard bidding for his first major title, signed for a 71.

Author: 0 Abe tries to keep Trump-Xi talks laser-focused on Pyongyang

Two military sources told NBC News that Air Force leadership doesn't necessarily support putting nuclear weapons in South Korea. The move comes at a time of increased tensions as North Korea presses ahead with nuclear and missile programs, which have badly rattled the United States and its allies Japan and South Korea.

Author: 0 Stockholm terror attack: Swedish authorities say suspect held is 'likely' driver

Anders Thornberg, head of the Swedish Security Service, said security services were working with other nations' security agencies to investigate the attack, but declined to elaborate. Police did not respond to the reports. Police said he matched an image released after the incident, but did not release more details about the suspect.

Global Media We can overcome many problems: Trump to Xi
Author: 0 We can overcome many problems: Trump to Xi

Xi also spoke in vague, but generally positive terms at the presidents' joint press event. "I believe that with the passage of time we will make efforts to bear our great historical responsibility for promoting the development of Sino-US relations, to create prosperity for both countries and their people and to uphold global peace and stability", he said .

Author: 0 Macron targets Le Pen over economy in French presidential debate

A Harris Interactive poll published Thursday showed centrist Emmanuel Macron holding onto a narrow first round lead over far-right leader Marine Le Pen, with the two frontrunners on 25 and 24 percent respectively. Conservative candidate Francois Fillon slumped from being front-runner to trailing in third place, according to opinion polls, after the Canard Enchaine reported in January that he paid his wife and two children hundreds of thousands of euros in tax-payers' money for work they did ...

Author: 0 Trump says he has 'outstanding' relationship with Chinese leader

While Trump would not say what he wants China to do specifically, he said he thinks China will "want to be stepping up" in trying to deter North Korea's nuclear ambitions. Teng Luo, 29, of West Palm Beach said his group also waved their flags in West Palm Beach on Thursday, when Xi arrived. -China dialogue by putting the two presidents at the head of the forum.

Author: 0 Trump launches missile strike, eradicates 'America First'

To defend Mr. Assad seems morally outrageous, but calls for his removal risk sounding like a death-knell for fellow Christians. Today, Nikki Haley, the USA ambassador to the United Nations , stated that America is "prepared to do more ".

Author: 0 Theresa May pushes for Saudi energy giant to list shares in London

May was expected to explore ways of boosting trade ties with the kingdom during her two-day visit, her second to a Gulf Arab state since Britain made a decision to leave the EU. "It is in our British national interest to have good relations around the world so we can trade around the world. And, yes it is in our national interest to ensure that the values that underpin us as Britons are values that we promote around the world and that's what we do".

Global Media Thomas (again) leads Celtics past Hornets, 121-114
Author: 0 Thomas (again) leads Celtics past Hornets, 121-114

His Celtics did exactly that. "Really, the story of our season has been we haven't been able to defend in the fourth quarter", Clifford said. Tonight, we needed to win this game. After the offense went missing for most of the second half. "And we made a couple of plays on both sides of the floor, and we got a win". "The first thing I had to do was apologize to the team for doing that", Clifford said.

Author: 0 U.S., Russian Federation spar over maintaining military hotline in Syria

Washington justified the attack by saying it was a "proportional response" to the chemical attack on civilians in Idlib Province, which allegedly was carried out by Assad's forces. "We'll see if this is a Machiavellian stroke of genius by Trump for the good, or whether he's been manipulated by the neo-cons toward a wider war", he said.

Global Media ANC backs Zuma as opposition calls for his resignation
Author: 0 ANC backs Zuma as opposition calls for his resignation

Mantashe said the ANC had accepted the "irretrievable breakdown of the relationship" between Zuma and Gordhan as the reason the finance minister was sacked. South Africa's largest trade union has joined calls for President Jacob Zuma to step down. He told South Africans to "connect the dots" and "organise".

Author: 0 Fowler sits 3rd at Masters: 'Right where I'm supposed to be'

Garcia's 20 years of major frustration include four runner-up efforts, the first of them to Tiger Woods as a teen in the 1999 PGA Championship. Rose was an afterthought, five shots behind, when his tee shot to a left pin on the par-3 12th dropped in 5 feet from the hole for the first of five birdies on the back nine.

Author: 0 The Gorsuch nomination undermines the Supreme Court's independence

The Supreme Court has been operating with only 8 justices since the death of Justice Antonin Scalia in February 2016, but Gorsuch's confirmation creates a conservative majority within the Court. The U.S. Senate voted 54-45 Friday to confirm President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorsuch, in a vote decided largely along party lines.

Author: 0 Warplanes strike Syrian town hit by gas attack

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was still planning a visit to Russian next week after meeting with G-7 foreign ministers in Europe. The appearances come several days after Trump ordered the US military to launch airstrikes on the Syrian airbase believed to be the launching point of Tuesday's chemical weapons attack that killed at least 70 civilians.

Author: 0 Rep. Brad Sherman says he supports United States missile strike on Syrian airbase

Secretary General Antonio Guterres urged restraint as Russian Federation accused the United States of encouraging "terrorists" in the region with its unilateral actions. This also comes after Washington recently indicated that it wasn't focussed on Assad's ouster any more. When asked whether the United States should send ground troops to Syria, McCain said Assad "will not be overthrown by American troops".

Author: 0 Man arrested in Stockholm attack suspected of being driver of truck

The explosives, in the form of a homemade bomb, did not properly detonate, SVT reported, citing multiple police sources. The suspect in a truck-ramming attack in Stockholm , Sweden on Saturday, had reportedly hijacked a beer truck several blocks earlier .

Global Media Prepared to Do More in Syria, Hopes Not Necessary -UN Envoy
Author: 0 Prepared to Do More in Syria, Hopes Not Necessary -UN Envoy

The president ordered the retaliatory strike just two days after a suspected chemical weapons attack killed at least 86 people, including women and children, in Syria's Idlib Province. created to avoid collisions between their air forces over the country. "Mindful of the risk of escalation, I appeal for restraint to avoid any acts that could deepen the suffering of the Syrian people", he said in a statement .

Author: 0 Haley: No political solution in Syria with Assad in power

The White House put out statements blaming former President Barack Obama for allowing the situation in Syria to escalate without intervening - although Mr Trump previously urged his predecessor to stay out of the conflict. Syrian allies Russian Federation and Iran have both condemned the U.S. airstrikes . Protesters gather in NY for a rally against the USA missile strikes in Syria.

Author: 0 Swedish police suspect 39-year-old Uzbek man in deadly truck attack

Swedish police said the man arrested for driving a truck into a crowd of people had been investigated previously for extremist ideology but was not charged. "We want - and I am convinced the Swedish people also want - to live a normal life". "We're also determined to continue to be an open society; a democratic society".

Global Media NSA gives Trump option of putting nukes in South Korea
Author: 0 NSA gives Trump option of putting nukes in South Korea

President Donald Trump has accepted the invitation from Chinese President Xi Jinping to pay a state visit to China this year. After arriving in Seoul on Monday, the Chinese envoy in charge of the North Korean issue will talk with South Korea's representative Kim Hong-kyun, according to the ministry.

Global Media Neil Gorsuch Confirmed to Supreme Court After GOP Changed Playing Field
Author: 0 Neil Gorsuch Confirmed to Supreme Court After GOP Changed Playing Field

But others cautioned that the knife cuts both ways and that should Democrats become the majority in the Senate again, Republicans will regret their decision to go "nuclear". McConnell refused to hold hearings for President Barack Obama's nominee. But they accomplished that last thing only after blowing up a centuries-old rule that allows (but not requires) senators to demand a Supreme Court nominee get 60 votes (instead of a majority 51) to get confirmed.

Author: 0 Cautious optimism among Syrian-Canadians, aid organizations after United States airstrikes

They are involved in talks outside of Syria, and are still working with US officials. Putin's initial reaction to the USA airstrikes was mild. Russia, which has military forces in Syria aiding Assad's government, says the deaths were caused by a gas leak from a depot where rebel groups stored chemical weapons, a charge the rebels deny and USA intelligence officials say is false.

Author: 0 One For Arthur wins the 170th Grand National

The prestigious handicap steeplechase has had its fair share of fairytales over the years since its first running in 1839 and this year's renewal proved no exception. It's tricky to win a National from far back, but he jumped so well. The Brook has named right after in the very first race Captain Becher's Brook fell in this manner and took refuge under a small brook all the while horses rained mud and dust on him, he later was heard to say "Water takes horribly without whisky".

Author: 0 Mcebisi Jonas resigns as ANC MP

South Africa's democratically elected government "is entrusted with the task of governance", and decisions made by those not elected to public office pose a "threat to the democratic process", the statement said. "We thus remain firm in our call that the economy needs to include the black majority in the ownership and control", he said. Later, in a speech at the weekend, which has been interpreted as a public broadside against Mr Zuma, he called for a renewal of the country and criticised ...

Author: 0 North Korea next in Trump's crosshairs

Interestingly, the upgraded version of Pukguksong-1, which was sacked last August by North Korea via a submarine, employs pre-loaded solid fuel. The US removed its nukes from South Korea 25 years ago; putting them back would be the first time US nuclear weapons were located overseas since the Cold War.

Author: 0 Schumer, Gillibrand take differing views on Syria airstrikes

When the last gas attack in Damascus took place, the United Nations, in a brief paragraph in the middle of their subsequent report, said that the chemical shells had been "compromised" by being moved between different locations. Syria's deputy ambassador to the UN, Mounzer Mounzer, called the missile attack "a barbaric, flagrant act of aggression" and accused the U.S. of harming counter-terrorism efforts.

Author: 0 North Korea blasts U.S. strikes on Syria, says justify nukes

Keane, who was Trump's first pick for secretary of defense, said that the president is likely going to "try the diplomatic option to reverse North Korea's nuclear program ". Abe conveyed to his US counterpart Japan's support for "the USA resolve to fulfill its responsibility to prevent the proliferation and use of chemical weapons", according to a Japanese official.

Author: 0 Iran's Rouhani wants chemical attack in Syria investigated

It was Trump's biggest foreign policy decision since taking office in January and the kind of direct intervention in Syria's six-year-old civil war his predecessor Barack Obama avoided. The missile strike "shows that the president is going to do what he thinks will protect American national interests regardless of what people are saying about him politically", said Jim Talent, a former GOP senator from Missouri.

Author: 0 The price of Russia's support of Syria is steep

They said a drone belonging either to Russian Federation or Syria was seen hovering over the site of the chemical weapons attack Tuesday after it happened. He called the U.S. strike a "proportionate response to unspeakable acts". The hospital was bombed shortly afterward, officials said, possibly in an effort to cover up evidence of chemical weapons usage.

Author: 0 How Trump launched his Syria attack from Florida

Canada's prime minister Justin Trudeau said, following the U.S. Missiles strike, that Canda fully supports the "limited and focused attack" that helps degrade the Assad's regime ability to launch chemical weapons attack against innocent civilians.

Author: 0 US vows to keep up pressure on Syria after missile strikes

The two leaders also agreed on the "urgency of the threat of North Korea's nuclear weapons programme" and agreed to work together to resolve the issue "peacefully", Tillerson said. "And, more importantly, we have further built up understanding and establish a kind of trust, and we have initially built up a working relationship and friendship".

Author: 0 North Korea blasts United States strikes on Syria, says justify nukes

The report was followed by news that a us aircraft carrier, which was scheduled for a port call in Australia, has moved towards the Korean Peninsula amid growing concerns of a nuclear threat from North Korea. Awareness and the ability to address the threat are two very different things, and it appears North Korea does not yet have the tools to eliminate this threat to its missile program, especially if code were buried in hardware devices.