• US Security Leaders Say North Korea War Not Imminent, But Danger Looms
US Security Leaders Say North Korea War Not Imminent, But Danger Looms

McMaster said Sunday the U.S.is not on the brink of war with North Korea, although the possibility of conflict is greater than it was a decade ago. The call came after Trump made fresh threats against North Korea on Friday, declaring the USA military "locked and loaded" and warning Kim that he "will regret it fast" if he takes any action against ...

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  • China and India Face Off at Another Himalayan Hotspot
China and India Face Off at Another Himalayan Hotspot

Kenji Hiramatsu, the Japanese Ambassador in New Delhi , had told a newspaper that "all parties involved should not resort to unilateral attempts to change the status quo by force". India's so-called "security concerns" over China's road-building activities is clearly ill-founded. "Any attempt to keep them at bay or shut down Chinese-invested fac...

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  • DoD Initiates Process to Elevate US Cyber Command to Unified Combatant Command
DoD Initiates Process to Elevate US Cyber Command to Unified Combatant Command

For example, there is a Special Ops Command and Strategic Command. "While Cyber Command and the National Security Agency should eventually be able to operate independent of one another, the administration must work closely with the Congress to take the necessary steps that will make this separation of responsibilities successful, and to ensur...

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  • Malala gets into Oxford University, to study PPE
Malala gets into Oxford University, to study PPE

She won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014, the award's youngest ever laureate. On Thursday, Ms Yousafzai's father, Mr Ziauddin Yousafzai, who is also a women's rights activist, took to Twitter to celebrate her acceptance to Oxford. Malala's tweet was liked more than 101,000 times within the first five hours of her posting it. She got the adm...

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  • US JCS Chief: Military Option against N. Korea Will Be
US JCS Chief: Military Option against N. Korea Will Be "Horrific"

China is North Korea's main economic partner and political backer, although relations between Beijing and Pyongyang have deteriorated amid the North's continuing defiance of China's calls for restraint. This has led to growing calls among South Korean conservatives for the United States to redeploy tactical nuclear weapons in South Korea after with...

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  • White Supremacist Cries After Realizing He Could Be Arrested
White Supremacist Cries After Realizing He Could Be Arrested

VICE News Tonight also spoke with residents of Charlottesville , members of the Black Lives Matter movement, and the Charlottesville Police. They were shouting 'Jews will not replace us .' It was very well coordinated. "I actually have another AK in that bag over there", he says . He also showed Reeve his many weapons and told her it was "p...

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  • Potential Tropical Storm Harvey is Heading to the Windward Islands
Potential Tropical Storm Harvey is Heading to the Windward Islands

Hurricane Gert is on the way to the capital this weekend. Tropical storm Gert surged late Monday to become the second hurricane of the Atlantic season, the National Hurricane Center said. The National Hurricane Center said Gert is a Category 1 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson hurricane wind scale. Heavy rain over the next 24 hours will be fol...

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  • China reclaims position as world's largest holder of USA treasuries
China reclaims position as world's largest holder of USA treasuries

The rise of China's holdings of US treasuries comes as pressure from China's capital outflows eased and the Chinese currency renminbi strengthened. As of June, China owns long-term United States treasury securities of $1.14 trillion and 2.35 billion short-term securities.

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  • Central Intelligence Agency chief: No indication of imminent nuclear war with N. Korea
Central Intelligence Agency chief: No indication of imminent nuclear war with N. Korea

CIA Director Mike Pompeo on Sunday defended President Trump's tough rhetoric toward North Korea and praised the administration for "uniting the world" in trying to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula while making clear there is no intelligence that shows a nuclear war is "imminent".

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  • AfriForum announces Grace Mugabe action
AfriForum announces Grace Mugabe action

South Africa's Minister of Police Fikile Mbalula said all borders have been notified to prevent Grace Mugabe from leaving the country before the matter is resolved, according to the African News Agency . She had "no idea what was going on ..." Roux said Grace Mugabe should be subjected to normal processes and be investigated. Mbalula said G...

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  • Seoul Claims Veto Power Over Military Action
Seoul Claims Veto Power Over Military Action

We strongly urge the United States and other nuclear powers to honour their disarmament obligations under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and plead with North Korea to recommit to the treaty. Tillerson says: "We continue to be interested in trying to find a way to get to dialogue but that's up to him". The war of words has sparked gl...

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  • NIA arrests Hurriyat terror financier Zahoor Watali in Srinagar
NIA arrests Hurriyat terror financier Zahoor Watali in Srinagar

NIA also raided the house of Ghulam Muhammad Rather of Macchipora area of Handwara . Peerzada Nabi's house was also searched by the NIA. The Cross-LoC trade between Srinagar and Muzaffarabad, capital of PaK, was suspended for about 22 days till August 11 following the recovery of 66.5 kilogram of heroin and brown sugar from the truck.

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  • US Labels Hizbul Mujahideen a Foreign Terrorist Group
US Labels Hizbul Mujahideen a Foreign Terrorist Group

The US administration had already declared Salahuddeen, who also goes by the name Mohammad Yusuf Shah , a specially designated global terrorist in June. With the U.S. now designating Hizbul as an FTO, India is now expected to be on firmer ground in the United Nation Security Council (UNSC) to put pressure on other countries for taking decisive a...

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  • Mayor Murray's Office Expressed
Mayor Murray's Office Expressed "Concern" Over Confederate Monument at Lake View Cemetery

By 9 Wednesday morning, the monument was gone, removed by a pickup truck and driven off while covered by a tarp. The national debate about whether Confederate monuments should remain where they were erected, some immediately after the Civil War and others decades later, has been amplified since last weekend's protest in Charlottesville, Virginia....

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  • UKHO Supports HMS Queen Elizabeth in Portsmouth
UKHO Supports HMS Queen Elizabeth in Portsmouth

The Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II can take off from a flat-deck carrier in a short distance and land vertically. Theresa May , speaking at the arrival ceremony, hailed the ship as speaking to the U.K.'s history as a "great global maritime nation".

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  • Dilip Kumar's
Dilip Kumar's "Mooh Bola Beta", SRK Pays Him A Visit

In another tweet, Saira Banu said that Dilip Kumar is doing much better now. The 94-year-old was admitted on August 2 due to dehydration and kidney issues. Dilip Kumar was recently discharged from Mumbai's Lilavati hospital. Captioning the pictures, she wrote: "Message from Saira Banu: Sahab's mooh-bola beta-"son" @ iamsrk visited Sahab t...

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  • Tillerson: Islamic State Is Responsible For Crimes Against Humanity
Tillerson: Islamic State Is Responsible For Crimes Against Humanity

China has reacted sharply to a recent report released by the U.S. State Department that describes the country as a place where freedom of religion is of "particular concern". Tillerson "went further than previous administrations - committing to protect targeted minorities from violent extremism even after ISIS is defeated and to preserving thei...

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  • Trump Signs Executive Order to Reform Nations
Trump Signs Executive Order to Reform Nations "Badly Broken" Infrastructure Permitting Process

It requires the federal government to account for climate change and sea-level rise when building infrastructure. It took 11 months to build. "By rolling back the updated federal flood risk management standard , the Trump administration would be putting vital infrastructure that communities around the country depend on in harm's way".

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  • Hundreds Killed In Sierra Leone Mudslide
Hundreds Killed In Sierra Leone Mudslide

At least 2,000 people have been left homeless as a result of the disaster. Thousands have lost their homes and digging for survivors and bodies resumed at first light on Tuesday morning, as one of the world's poorest countries seeks to come to terms with its worst natural disaster in living memory.

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  • Police in Philippines kill 21 suspected drug users
Police in Philippines kill 21 suspected drug users

He has pledged to completely end the drug crimes. "The Bulacan police is continuously and relentlessly implementing its intensified campaign against illegal drugs otherwise known as "Project Double Barrel Reloaded" and all other forms of criminality", the statement said.

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