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It said the Americans met with North Korean Vice Foreign Minister Choe Son Hui. "You know, what does denuclearization mean?" There is still uncertainty surrounding the meeting. So I think both sides have true incentives to sit down. Sung Kim, who was born in South Korea, was a key diplomat in the 2005 six-party talks. The North has previously used the term to demand the United States pull out its 28,500 troops in South Korea and withdraw its so-called nuclear umbrella security ...
  • Harvey Weinstein Arrested, Charged With Rape and Sex Abuse

    Harvey Weinstein Arrested, Charged With Rape and Sex Abuse

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    Elated and so proud to stand next to the courageous women & men who are creating a new normal", she wrote . Women around the world came forward with similar cases of sexual mistreatment by men. Some women's groups, including the Hollywood activist group Time's Up, accused the Democrat of being too deferential to Weinstein and too dismissive of his accusers.
  • United States judge: Trump can not block Twitter users

    United States judge: Trump can not block Twitter users

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    The ruling could also impact how public officials use social media platform in general, including Facebook and YouTube. Today, a USA federal court ruled that President Donald Trump can not block his followers on Twitter . Twitter Inc. was not involved to the lawsuit and declined to comment. "The essence of this ruling is that viewpoint discrimination is prohibited", Calvert said.
  • Memorial Day services remember the fallen

    Memorial Day services remember the fallen

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    Monday at the Korean War Veterans Memorial. "He's a father, friend, comrade and true community supporter" said Jake Phelps, commander of the American Legion Mark A Moore Post 3. At 4 p.m., the annual Good Ole Days celebration will be held in the pavilion. Irwin/North Huntingdon: Irwin/North Huntingdon VFW and Irwin American Legion will hold its annual parade at 10 a.m.
  • Census: Franklin Among Nation's Fastest-Growing Large Cities

    Census: Franklin Among Nation's Fastest-Growing Large Cities

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    Phoenix placed second, followed by Dallas , Forth Worth and Los Angeles. Places in the southeastern corner of the state - Sioux Falls and its suburbs to the south, as well as few places to the north of the state's largest city - show some of the most solid growth in the state.
  • Santa Fe hits home for veteran of helping mass shooting victims heal

    Santa Fe hits home for veteran of helping mass shooting victims heal

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    Abbott started the meeting in Austin by discussing the format. The problem is hearts without God. On Friday, in the aftermath of the shooting at Santa Fe High School, one video clip stood out to me. "But if our teachers had guns that could change a lot". Sentiments like those could give Abbott political cover if his roundtable discussions don't lead to major changes.
  • Manchester bombing victims 'remembered'

    Manchester bombing victims 'remembered'

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    Following the attack , Grande put on a benefit concert in Manchester for the families of those affected. "Thinking of you all today and every day", she wrote, with an emoji of the bumblebee which is a symbol of Manchester. With his wife and father looking on, he paid tribute to the "amazing work" of the emergency services and those who responded on the night. The hour-long service will include a minute silence that will be observed throughout the United Kingdom.
  • What the USA and North Korea mean when they talk about 'denuclearization'

    What the USA and North Korea mean when they talk about 'denuclearization'

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    Pompeo said he made clear to Kim the United States view of what steps Pyongyang needs to take, including verification work, in order to demonstrate "real denuclearization". Trump said Wednesday. The United States and South Korea are working to keep the scheduled USA summit with North Korea on track - even after President Donald Trump's comment that "there's a very substantial chance" it won't go off as planned.
  • U.S. reports brain injury after 'sound' incident in China

    U.S. reports brain injury after 'sound' incident in China

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    A spokesperson at the U.S. Embassy in Beijing confirmed to CBS News that from late 2017 through April 2018, a U.S. government employee assigned to the Guangzhou Consulate reported "a variety of physical symptoms". China's Foreign Ministry and National Health Commission did not immediately respond to faxed questions about the report. In November 2016, United States diplomatic staff in Cuba said they began to experience symptoms and were subsequently treated for hearing loss, dizziness, ...
  • Hearing restaurant workers speak Spanish sends man on rant

    Hearing restaurant workers speak Spanish sends man on rant

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    Schlossberg has been caught on video in tirades before. "Assuming all Spanish speakers are undocumented is not only ignorant but a little sad", the event site reads. While patronizing Fresh Kitchen in Manhattan's midtown area, Schlossberg overheard workers talking to customers in Spanish and that set him on a war path.
  • Hawaii volcano erupts from summit, sends huge plume into sky

    Hawaii volcano erupts from summit, sends huge plume into sky

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    US Geological Survey geologist Michelle Coombs described the event as "energetic, but short-lived" and said most of the debris ejected from the crater likely fell near the explosion site. "I don't think there is a big one that's coming", said University of Hawaii volcanologist Scott Rowland. Kilauea has been erupting now for two weeks but Thursday's episode saw its highest ash plume yet.
  • EU Commission launches measures to protect EU business in Iran

    EU Commission launches measures to protect EU business in Iran

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    The so-called "blocking statute" was introduced in 1996 to circumvent USA sanctions on Cuba but was never used. We will do that tomorrow morning at 1030. "But the American sanctions will not be without effect". And, in a bid to reassure the Iranian government of the EU's political commitment to saving the nuclear deal, Energy Commissioner Miguel Canete is visiting Tehran this weekend.
  • Hamas Scaled Back Gaza Protests Due to Egyptian Pressure

    Hamas Scaled Back Gaza Protests Due to Egyptian Pressure

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    Omar Shakir, the local director for Human Rights Watch, said that if they were unarmed, the identity of the slain protesters and their affiliation to a militant group has little to do with Israel's right under global law to use lethal force at a demonstration.
  • Pervez Musharraf Blames Nawaz Sharif For Pakistan Army's Withdrawal From Kargil

    Pervez Musharraf Blames Nawaz Sharif For Pakistan Army's Withdrawal From Kargil

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    After the NSC meeting, Prime Minister Abbasi met Sharif and conveyed to him the concerns of the military leadership over his remarks regarding the Mumbai attacks, Pakistani media had reported yesterday. At least 166 Indians and foreigners were killed in the 2008 bloodbath blamed on 10 Pakistani terrorists. The National Assembly Standing Committee on Law and Justice had summoned the NAB chief today to give an explanation for ordering an inquiry against former premier Nawaz Sharif for ...
  • Nadal beats Shapovalov to advance at Rome open

    Nadal beats Shapovalov to advance at Rome open

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    After dropping a tightly contested second set, Shapovalov took control in the third. Nadal finally got the break and Shapovalov did not get a point against serve until game eight - he only had two when the world number two closed out the first set by forcing the Canadian deep and wide before rushing to the net to close the angles.
  • Author and Richmond native Tom Wolfe dies at 87

    Author and Richmond native Tom Wolfe dies at 87

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    A celebrated journalist and best-selling author, Wolfe had been hospitalized for an infection when he died on Monday (May 14), according to the New York Times , citing his long-time literary agent. Wolfe's first novel 'The Bonfire of the Vanities , ' was first serialised in Rolling Stone magazine and came out as a book three years later. In 1979, he published The Right Stuff , a portrait of American heroism, viewed through the exploits of military test pilots and astronauts known as the ...
  • Facebook CEO to meet with European Parliament to talk privacy -- company

    Facebook CEO to meet with European Parliament to talk privacy -- company

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    New Scientist reports that "More than 6 million people completed the tests on the myPersonality app and almost half agreed to share data from their Facebook profiles with the project". Facebook has suspended roughly 200 apps suspected of misusing data they have gathered on the social media site, a vice president at the company said on Monday.
  • Iranian Foreign Minister Discusses Nuclear Deal with Russian Federation

    Iranian Foreign Minister Discusses Nuclear Deal with Russian Federation

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    Trump pulled out because the deal didn't look at leverage and the sanctions threat against Iran's regional influence, especially in countries like Syria and Yemen. "But there are so many other geopolitical issues, that the landscape is very hard to understand where we're going". "We are facing a very complicated issue where even if Europeans consider that the deal continues to work, the companies that would want to protect themselves would have to cut all their ties with the United ...
  • Woman killed in explosion at California medical facility

    Woman killed in explosion at California medical facility

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    Orange County Undersheriff Don Barnes says the formal identification of the body was continuing but authorities believe it is that of Ildiko Krajnyak (IL-di-koh KRY-nyak), a licensed cosmetologist. "And the ground shook", he told CNN . "We are going to take every precaution necessary before we enter that building", Bommarito said. At this point, officials are not ruling out anything.
  • 2 dead, thousands without power after storms strike

    2 dead, thousands without power after storms strike

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    The risk of flooding continues in the area Wednesday. The girl and her mother had arrived at their house and were unloading their vehicle when the tree fell. "Please be aware that there are hundreds of downed trees, utility poles and electrical lines". Several lightning strikes led to structure fires in New Jersey and MA.
  • European Union leader lights into Trump: 'With friends like that, who needs enemies?'

    European Union leader lights into Trump: 'With friends like that, who needs enemies?'

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    Because, thanks to him, we got rid of all the illusions. He has made us realize that if you need a helping hand, you will find one at the end of your arm. There is likely to be little or no Brexit discussions as the British Prime Minster alongside Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron will "present their assessment of the situation" surrounding the Iran nuclear deal, according to Mr Tusk.