• U.S. House committees welcome THAAD deployment in S. Korea
U.S. House committees welcome THAAD deployment in S. Korea

The United States and South Korea are working closely to ensure the swift deployment of THAAD , and will develop specific operational procedures, the release said. On Wednesday, the U.S. placed Kim on its sanctions blacklist for the first time, holding him directly responsible for a long list of human rights abuses .

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  • Report Faults Israelis, Palestinians for Stalled Peace
Report Faults Israelis, Palestinians for Stalled Peace

In a highly anticipated report released on Friday, the so-called Quartet of negotiators - the United Nations, the United States, European Union and Russian Federation - calls on Israel to end its policy "of settlement construction and expansion, designating land for exclusive Israeli use, and denying Palestinian development".

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  • Nintendo shares surge on hopes for new Pokemon mobile game
Nintendo shares surge on hopes for new Pokemon mobile game

I struck up a convo w/ one of them . Don't believe us? Even the MMDA has issued a warning to Pokemon Go players in Metro Manila. Nintendo said previous year it would enter the rapidly growing mobile gaming segment, finally yielding to investor calls to align its business with the consumer shift away from dedicated consoles to simple and often ...

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  • Hillary Clinton Interviewed By FBI In Email Probe
Hillary Clinton Interviewed By FBI In Email Probe

Republican lawmakers have called for an independent investigation, saying they do not trust the justice department to handle the inquiry with impartiality. "I was eager to do it and I was pleased to have the opportunity to assist the department in bringing its review to a conclusion ", Clinton said .

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  • Zimbabwe sees a nationwide strike in protest over 'economic collapse'
Zimbabwe sees a nationwide strike in protest over 'economic collapse'

Our members are hungry and angry. "We're encouraged by the response to our strike call and many teachers have heeded the call", John Mulilo, secretary-general of the Zimbabwe Teachers' Association, said in an interview. "MISA-Zimbabwe condemns this brazen violation of citizens' right to freely express themselves and access information through com...

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  • B'desh investigating Zakir Naik's Islamist links: Minister
B'desh investigating Zakir Naik's Islamist links: Minister

Thus downlinking the channel is illegal and the Information and Broadcasting ministry is seeking legal advice on it, according to reports. He said the Ministry of Home Affairs has been asked to keep track of any such broadcast and report to the I&B ministry for appropriate action.

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  • Narendra Modi to meet South African President Jacob Zuma today
Narendra Modi to meet South African President Jacob Zuma today

But, along with Switzerland and China, South Africa also raised concerns in Seoul on India's bid. After South Africa , he will go to Tanzania and Kenya. With 1.3 million people of Indian origin, South Africa also has the largest diaspora population in Africa, a major element of Modi's diplomatic push across the world since taking office two year...

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  • 5 soldiers killed in shooting in South Sudan, military says
5 soldiers killed in shooting in South Sudan, military says

President Salva Kiir (C) delivers a statement as former rebel leader and new vice-president Riek Machar (L). "What is happening outside is something that we can not explain to you", Kiir said in a television address, the news outlet reported.

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  • China releases assistant to rights lawyer after 1 year
China releases assistant to rights lawyer after 1 year

A year is both long and short. "And I have had plenty of reflections and experiences". She worked as an assistant to human rights lawyer Li Heping, one of about 12 people who are in jail accused of subverting state security. The Fengrui raids ofand 10, 2015 led to the detention of top rights lawyer Wang Yu, her husband Bao Longjun, her boss Zhou ...

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  • More attacks not ruled out in Bangladesh
More attacks not ruled out in Bangladesh

Bangladeshi security experts said the seven terrorists, stayed on inside the Holey Artisan Bakery well after they had killed all the hostages shortly after they stormed the eatery Friday night, making no attempt to escape, despite the fact that there was little or no security around the restaurant.

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  • Should Police Use Robots to Kill?
Should Police Use Robots to Kill?

We had an exchange of gunfire with the suspect". "We saw no other option but to use our bomb robot and place a device on its extension for it to detonate where the suspect was". "I enjoy being a police officer, I enjoy helping people". "Where are the police going to draw the line when trying to decide between continuing to negotiate and doing somet...

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  • US says South China Sea ruling presents choice for Asia
US says South China Sea ruling presents choice for Asia

The U.S. State Department confirmed that Kerry had spoken to Wang. "If we get the verdict we expect, it is imperative to cull the best thinking on different post-arbitration scenarios and initiate dialogue on strategically approaching geopolitical, economic, and social changes in the region." said Dindo Manhit, President of the Stratbase Albert d...

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  • Prince George Looks All Grown Up During Royal International Air Show
Prince George Looks All Grown Up During Royal International Air Show

Prince George waved at visitors at the Royal International Air Tattoo , giving them a cheerful hello. Of course, it wasn't all play. The event, which is the largest of its kind in the world, included celebration of the 75th anniversary of the Air Cadets.

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  • Procedural delay and not failure, says MEA on India's NSG membership issue
Procedural delay and not failure, says MEA on India's NSG membership issue

The three countries had assured New Delhi of their support, but at the plenary meeting they pressed for a "criteria-based process" for allowing non-NPT members into NSG. "One thing is clear that India's membership has never ever been taken up as an agenda item". "The important question of which we are concerned, is how to deal with the question...

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  • Greensboro Police Support Fallen Dallas Officers / Receives Positive Messages From Community
Greensboro Police Support Fallen Dallas Officers / Receives Positive Messages From Community

Police had earlier identified the possibility of two snipers, but later said one person, a 25-year-old named Brandon Waller, was arrested on unrelated weapons charges. While photos depict Johnson in his camouflage Army uniform, the cover shot on his Facebook page carries the red, black and green Pan-African flag. Johnson served six years as a pri...

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  • Training materials barred from Baltimore police officer's trial
Training materials barred from Baltimore police officer's trial

Rice faces charges of manslaughter, assault, reckless endangerment and misconduct in office. This week a fourth trial, of Lt. Brian Rice , the highest ranking among the officers, is set to begin. Officer Edward M. Nero was acquitted in May of assault, reckless endangerment and misconduct in office, following a bench trial. City Solicitor Geo...

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  • Toronto police concerned by Dallas shootings; chief tells officers to be cautious
Toronto police concerned by Dallas shootings; chief tells officers to be cautious

Investigators have identified the dead suspect as 25-year-old Micah Xavier Johnson of Mesquite, Texas. Police said Johnson had no criminal history. His Afghanistan deployment spanned from November 2013 to July 2014. He had the rank of a private first class. For officers in New Bern, it's a stern reminder of a similar price one of their own ...

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  • Philando Castile honored by students; officers' names released
Philando Castile honored by students; officers' names released

Hill Montessori in St. Paul, Minnesota , who hired him to oversee the school cafeteria. Like a lot of you guys, I watched the videos, and was appalled and completely heartbroken. That report also said Yanez was a member of an organization for Latino police officers. Afterward, a Roseville police officer brought Reynolds home. The department's 20...

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  • Jason Kenney will seek Alberta PC leadership, sources say
Jason Kenney will seek Alberta PC leadership, sources say

Speaking at the annual Wildrose Stampede Stomp Wednesday night, Jean says if the Progressive Conservatives elect someone who wants to work with the party he's all for it, but ultimately it's not up to him. Smith claimed that the socially conservative fringes of her party didn't represent her vision. Conservative MP Michelle Rempel questioned whet...

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  • Authorities ID officers in fatal shooting
Authorities ID officers in fatal shooting

Protesters who surrounded the Minnesota governor's residence Thursday to call for swift action against the officers involved were appalled that Castile's record was a subject at all. Albans Avenue in St. Paul. Harris, of Glendale, Arizona, said she watched Castile grow up in St. Paul alongside her son, who was about the same age. Watching the g...

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