• PSG officer dead in Malacañang Park shooting

    PSG officer dead in Malacañang Park shooting

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    He declined to say if the president was in the area when it occurred, or give further details. "It's being investigated and the nature of the situation needs to be clarified", Mr Abello told reporters. Over 3,500 people have been killed in drug war operations across Philippines, since Duterte took over as the President. Despite criticism from human rights groups, he still enjoys widespread support among Filipinos who see him as a charismatic anti-establishment politician and their best hope ...
  • NIS: N. Korea Did not Respond to US Deployment of B-1Bs

    NIS: N. Korea Did not Respond to US Deployment of B-1Bs

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    The National Assembly's Intelligence Committee Chairman Lee Cheol-woo told reporters that the NIS made the confirmation during a meeting with the parliamentary committee on Tuesday. North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong-ho also staged the latest episode of the verbal war in NY on Monday, after saying that the US President's statement to the United Nations, in which he threatened to "totally destroy North Korea", was a declaration of war against his country.
  • Iran could walk away from JCPOA if United States scraps it: Zarif

    Iran could walk away from JCPOA if United States scraps it: Zarif

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    If Trump does not certify Iranian compliance, Congress has 60 days to decide whether to fast-track legislation to reimpose nuclear sanctions , a move that Iran would likely claim is a violation of the agreement. Trump's former ban on travelers from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria and Yemen was enacted in March and expired on Sunday evening. At the UN General Assembly, during a meeting last week of all parties to JCPOA, he said, "there was a very clear message" from Iran, China and Russian ...
  • Surgical strikes were a message to Pakistan, says Army chief

    Surgical strikes were a message to Pakistan, says Army chief

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    This book contains material about the Myanmar border and the surgical strike across the Line of Control. "We will keep receiving them (infiltrators) to dispatch them two-and-a-half feet below the ground", he said yesterday. "They have understood and these things will follow if required". The surgical strikes were filmed, though the army has said it has no plans to release the footage.
  • The White House Is Not Done Saying Horrible Things About NFL Protesters

    The White House Is Not Done Saying Horrible Things About NFL Protesters

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    White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders will hold a news briefing at 2 p.m. ET today. Aside from vowing to down American aircraft skirting North Korean airspace, Pyongyang has also threatened to launch missile test shots at USA military installations in Guam and conduct a hydrogen bomb test in the Pacific.
  • Iran Tests New Missile Despite Washington's Warnings

    Iran Tests New Missile Despite Washington's Warnings

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    Strategic Command keep an eye out for ballistic missile launches, if for no other reason than to protect the United States and its interests overseas, and the U.S. "If Trump does not recertify by October 16, Congress has 60 days to decide whether to reimpose sanctions suspended under the accord". On one side, the missile test is a clear message to United States to stay out of its way of defending the Nation on its own.
  • Juventus to appeal President Agnelli's one-year ban

    Juventus to appeal President Agnelli's one-year ban

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    The 41-year-old was also fined 20,000 euros (£17,600), while Juventus must pay 300,000 euros (£264,000) and three other club officials were banned. Agnelli has admitted meeting an ultra fun linked to the 'Ndrangheta, Rocco Dominello , who has since been jailed for eight years for touting.
  • Venezuela accuses the USA of 'psychological terrorism' after travel ban

    Venezuela accuses the USA of 'psychological terrorism' after travel ban

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    The White House said the restrictions being imposed on the eight countries under the new proclamation are conditional and may be lifted as they work with the US Government to ensure the safety of Americans. Syria: Entry into the USA of nationals of Syria as immigrants and non-immigrants is suspended. For Venezuela , the impact will likely be minimal: The order only suspends tourist and business visas for some Venezuelan security officials and their families.
  • Three Israelis Murdered in Terrorist Attack Near Jerusalem

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    According to the initial investigation, the terrorist arrived at the rear gate to Har Adar along with Palestinian workers. In addition, he said, Israel's demolition of structures in the West Bank and east Jerusalem that has displaced hundreds of Palestinians "undermines the prospects for peace".
  • Iran Continues Violation of Nuclear Deal by Testing Ballistic Missile

    Iran Continues Violation of Nuclear Deal by Testing Ballistic Missile

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    Iran test-fired a new missile that it said could carry several warheads, state media reported late Friday, in a move that looked set to ratchet up tensions with Washington. " Iran has just tested a ballistic missile capable of reaching Israel". Officials have said Trump might use the October 15 deadline for certifying to Congress whether Iran is in compliance with the nuclear deal to either declare Iran in violation or determine that the agreement is no longer in the national ...