• USA in new show of force vs NoKor

    USA in new show of force vs NoKor

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    He said Pyongyang has a hydrogen bomb that can fit on an intercontinental ballistic missile capable of reaching the U.S. A huge crowd gathered Saturday in Pyongyang's Kim Il Sung Square, named for the current leader's grandfather and founder of North Korea.
  • North Korean minister calls Trump's comments 'declaration of war'

    North Korean minister calls Trump's comments 'declaration of war'

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    Over the weekend, the USA sent warplanes into worldwide airspace east of North Korea , in a show of force that included B-1B Lancer bombers and F-15C Eagle fighter escorts. Mr Ri's highly anticipated speech to the General Assembly's annual ministerial meeting fuelled the fiery rhetoric between the USA president and North Korea's young leader.
  • White House slams North Korea's claim that Trump declared war

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    In response , North Korean state media on Friday carried a rare message from DPRK leader Kim Jong Un in response, ahead of a speech by Ri at the UNGA on Saturday, in which he issued insults and threats towards the US and Trump. The Trump administration also clarified Monday that it is not seeking to overthrow North Korea's government after the president tweeted that Kim Jong Un "won't be around much longer".
  • Politics In Sports, And Patriots Edge Out The Texans — Sports Monday

    Politics In Sports, And Patriots Edge Out The Texans — Sports Monday

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    Out! "That is how I try and live every day". Like most teams around the NFL on Sunday, the New England Patriots made a decision to protest racial injustice by kneeling for the national anthem before their game against the Texans . I believe in bringing people together and respect and love and trust. New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady can appreciate a hard-fought win, but that doesn't mean he wants to play in a bunch of nail-biters.
  • Six puppies saved after being left in river, police say

    Six puppies saved after being left in river, police say

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    Police are hunting the "lowlife" who left them for dead in Uxbridge, Massachusetts. Fortunately, they are all in good shape, considering the circumstances, and expected to survive. The puppies will be available for adoption in a few months. "Up until this morning, he was still pushing mud out of his nose", Uxbridge Animal Control Officer Kevin Sullivan said.
  • Iran successfully tested new ballistic missile, says state media

    Iran successfully tested new ballistic missile, says state media

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    His speech has already provoked threats from North Korea, who responded by saying that they may test fire a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific Ocean. Speaking to Fox News Business , Mrs Duff said: "Iran has adhered to the specifics of the deal, but they don't need to do nuclear research themselves since the North Koreans are doing it for them".
  • Prince Harry did hang out with Meghan Markle in Toronto

    Prince Harry did hang out with Meghan Markle in Toronto

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    The inaugural Invictus Games , aimed at helping the war wounded with their recovery, were held in London in 2014. "Everyone is expecting Meghan Markle and Prince Harry to appear together at some point this week", says Chris Ship, Royal Editor for ITV News in the United Kingdom.
  • Car Bomber Hits NATO Convoy in Afghanistan

    Car Bomber Hits NATO Convoy in Afghanistan

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    Its spokesman, Zabihullah Mujahid, claimed an American military convoy was targeted, destroying several vehicles and inflicting heavy casualties on the "invading" forces. Global forces were all safe, however, the attack let a number of civilians wounded, according to security officials. In a statement North Atlantic Treaty Organisation said "An improvised explosive device targeted a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation convoy this morning in Kabul".