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The U.S. -South Korean exercise calendar hits a high point every year with the Foal Eagle and Max Thunder drills, which both wrapped up last month. Still, they've been on this roller coaster before, so they are hedging their bets. After the meeting, the returning American hero triumphantly tweeted, "Everybody can now feel much safer than the day I took office". His airman father Lt.
  • 2nd Kansas sheriff's deputy dies after shooting

    2nd Kansas sheriff's deputy dies after shooting

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    The inmate was also shot and underwent surgery Friday. In separate news releases from the Kansas City, Kan ., Police Department, deputy Theresa King passed away around 2 am Saturday. FOX4 Kansas City identified the suspect as Antoine Fielder, 22, who had been tried twice for the murder of a 22-year-old that both ended in hung juries.
  • Trump says U.S. must pursue peace with North Korea ‘at all costs’

    Trump says U.S. must pursue peace with North Korea ‘at all costs’

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    The U.S. offered certain security assurances, including the suspension of joint military exercises with South Korea, in exchange for a commitment from Kim to the complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. "We have communication." The North Koreans, he said , are doing so much. Trump was met with criticism this week after footage surfaced of him saluting a North Korean general.
  • Saudi Coach Pizzi: We Must Change Tactics After Russia Defeat

    Saudi Coach Pizzi: We Must Change Tactics After Russia Defeat

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    It was a goal that prompted Russian President Vladimir Putin to turn to the Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman, seated alongside Federation Internationale de Football Association chief Gianni Infantino, and shake his hand. The CSKA Moscow playmaker was fantastic through, laying on two assists with pinpoint crosses either side of half time. After Russia scored the first goal of the tournament, president Vladimir Putin gave Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman a shrug and a ...
  • Summit removed N Korea nuclear threat, says Trump

    Summit removed N Korea nuclear threat, says Trump

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    The two sides partially restored the military line on the west coast this year, but the one on the east coast has remained blocked since May 2011. "You don't just shut them on and off like a water faucet", he said. "We will provide additional information when it is available", Logan said. "I think the president blindsided everyone including South Korea when he carelessly conceded to Kim Jong Un this week something North Korea has long wanted - the cessation of South Korean joint ...
  • Trump finds time to tweet before meeting with Kim Jong Un

    Trump finds time to tweet before meeting with Kim Jong Un

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    The consensus for a second summit was also reached during multiple working-level meetings between the two sides, Joongang Ilbo said. The White House says Trump will address the media on Tuesday at approximately 8 p.m. The president planned to stop in Guam and Hawaii on his way back to Washington. And President Trump has plenty of good reasons to put on a good show in Singapore .
  • Kim: North Korean Leader Says Summit Like Being in a Sci-Fi Movie

    Kim: North Korean Leader Says Summit Like Being in a Sci-Fi Movie

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    Reacting to the news of the two leaders meeting, basketball star and unlikely North Korea envoy Dennis Rodman , who is also in Singapore , said holding the summit was the right thing to do. Trump said over the weekend that he would know if Kim is serious about brokering peace within "a minute" of meeting him. In the weeks leading up to the meeting, several locations were considered: the Korean Demilitarized Zone, or DMZ, the border barrier that separates North and South Korea; ...
  • United Kingdom government avoids Brexit defeat with promise to Tory rebels

    United Kingdom government avoids Brexit defeat with promise to Tory rebels

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    Justine Greening, a former education secretary, said she would back the rebel amendment, telling the Commons it was "sensible to have a structured process" to deal with the different scenarios that MPs could face. The government is sticking by its amendment - a commitment by ministers to make a statement within 28 days if MPs vote down the final deal. "This isn't about narrow party politics", she told BBC Radio 4's Today programme.
  • Angela Merkel calls US retraction of support 'sobering and somewhat depressing'

    Angela Merkel calls US retraction of support 'sobering and somewhat depressing'

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    The image was published on the German chancellor's Instagram account and features Angela Merkel looking stern and businesslike, leaning over a seated Donald Trump with other world leaders assembled around her. "This has solidified my belief that we, Europeans, should decide our fate by ourselves", the German leader said, calling on EU to be more active in defending its values and principles.
  • Dennis Rodman cries over Donald Trump, Kim Jong-Un Singapore summit

    Dennis Rodman cries over Donald Trump, Kim Jong-Un Singapore summit

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    On the eve of the first encounter between a sitting USA president and a leader of North Korea , American officials are maintaining any resulting agreement must lead to an end of North Korea's nuclear weapons and ballistic missile threats. At dawn, three hours before the summit was due to begin, Trump focused on his domestic audience reminding them of the economic successes of his presidency, with the stock market up and unemployment down.
  • Israeli troops kill four Palestinians as Gaza protest resumes

    Israeli troops kill four Palestinians as Gaza protest resumes

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    The Israeli army said that it had repelled around 10,000 Palestinians who converged on five points of the border. At the same time, Israel has faced fierce criticism over its use of lethal force against Palestinian protesters on the Gaza Strip border with the Jewish state.
  • Germany's Merkel calls Trump's G7 slams 'sobering,' 'depressing'

    Germany's Merkel calls Trump's G7 slams 'sobering,' 'depressing'

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    German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she finds President Donald Trump's tweet disavowing a common statement after the Group of Seven summit in Canada "sobering" and "a little depressing". Mr Trudeau said he had reiterated to Mr Trump, who left the G7 meeting before it ended, that tariffs would harm industries and workers on both sides of the US-Canada border.
  • Trump intrigued with solving threat from North Korea

    Trump intrigued with solving threat from North Korea

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    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un impersonator Howard X (L) and Donald Trump impersonator Dennis Alan (R) make an appearance at the Merlion park in Singapore on June 8, 2018. Some members of Congress and of Mr. Trump's administration, including his national security adviser, John R. Bolton, have advocated regime change in the North.
  • India, Uzbekistan review bilateral ties

    India, Uzbekistan review bilateral ties

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    China opens Saturday a two-day Shanghai Cooperation Organisation summit attended by Pakistan and India after the two countries became members of the regional security bloc led by China and Russian Federation. We had detailed discussions on bilateral and global issues. "One of the outcomes of today's meeting is that we have agreed we will move forward in identifying a specific project initially in the area of capacity building", Gokhale said.
  • Trump decides to leave G7 meeting in Quebec early after trade dispute

    Trump decides to leave G7 meeting in Quebec early after trade dispute

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    Trump was the last G7 leader to arrive and on Saturday, he will probably be the first to leave, in a hurry to move on to his nuclear summit with North Korea's Kim Jong Un in Singapore. Mr Trump said the move would protect domestic producers that were vital to United States security. President Trump said he expects something will happen on trade, and that it will be positive.
  • Paul Ryan tells Donald Trump not to pardon himself in Russian Federation probe

    Paul Ryan tells Donald Trump not to pardon himself in Russian Federation probe

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    Trump recently said he has the "absolute right" to pardon himself if it were necessary - which Trump says it won't be, because "I have done nothing wrong". Ryan and Gowdy attended the first briefing with Nunes and Schiff. The comments came as Mueller's investigation, which includes possible illegal obstruction of the Russian Federation probe by the president, entered its second year.
  • Man bitten by severed rattlesnake head almost died in Texas

    Man bitten by severed rattlesnake head almost died in Texas

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    As we read in a yarn from Elizabeth Palermo for Live Science , a rattlesnake's bite is a reflex the can occur even after its death. After the snake released its venom, he experienced loss of vision, in addition to the bleeding and seizures, and had to be flown to hospital by helicopter.