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It is also expected that Australia will call on ASEAN nations vulnerable to tailored North Korean efforts to subvert sanctions to maintain maximum pressure. Amnesty International has accused ASEAN of being "shamefully silent" about the crackdown. Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said she will raise human rights concerns with Myanmar and Cambodian leaders.
  • Interior secretary wrongly used 'konnichiwa' at hearing on Japanese-American internment camps

    Interior secretary wrongly used 'konnichiwa' at hearing on Japanese-American internment camps

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    Speaking at a meeting for the House Committee on Natural Resources on Thursday, Zinke made the inappropriate comment in response to Rep. Colleen Hanabusa . Mazie Hirono (D-HI) tweeted: "The internment of almost 120,000 Japanese Americans is no laughing matter, @SecretaryZinke". The awkward exchange came after Hanabusa, a Hawaii democrat, explained that her grandfathers were imprisoned by the USA government during World War II.
  • '60 Minutes' Is Locked In For A Dynamite Stormy Interview

    '60 Minutes' Is Locked In For A Dynamite Stormy Interview

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    Avenatti said that more detail would be revealed in an interview taped with CBS' News " 60 Minutes ". She has said she had a consensual relationship with Mr. According to Munyan, during one of those conversations, Trump offered Daniels keys to an apartment in NY, which he says Daniels refused. "The reason she signed the NDA was to protect her family", Munyan told The Daily Beast .
  • Donald Trump Jr., wife headed for divorce after 12 years

    Donald Trump Jr., wife headed for divorce after 12 years

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    She has not yet submitted paperwork explaining why she wants the divorce, but her uncontested filing means the parties themselves will never have to appear in court and their attorneys can quickly and quietly finalize the divorce, according to court sources.
  • Namibia records first listeria case after it kills 180 in S

    Namibia records first listeria case after it kills 180 in S

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    Neighbouring Namibia reported its first case on Tuesday and said the victim was fighting for his life in hospital. He was being treated in a hospital in the capital Windhoek. "Please do not consume any of these products from South Africa", he said. Since its outbreak past year, listeriosis have killed 180 people in South Africa and 940 cases have been reported.
  • Macron backs United Kingdom claim that Russian Federation behind spy attack

    Macron backs United Kingdom claim that Russian Federation behind spy attack

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    However, Tom Tugendhat, a British MP and chairman of the foreign affairs committee in the House of Commons, told DW that Russia's actions were "warlike". The head of Russia's electoral commission said she hopes Golos finds a new site. The Skripals were found slumped over on a park bench in the cathedral town of Salisbury near the famed ruin of Stonehenge.
  • Russian Federation to expel British diplomats in wake of poisoning

    Russian Federation to expel British diplomats in wake of poisoning

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    The diplomat added that the Russian Foreign Ministry had taken a number of steps to settle the issue by bilateral channels and called for "unblocking of this situation". Joining me from Moscow will be co-host Mark Galeotti, a senior research fellow at the Institute of International Relations in Prague and author of the forthcoming book Vory: Russia's Super Mafia.
  • Majority of Germans welcome fourth-time confirmation of Merkel as chancellor

    Majority of Germans welcome fourth-time confirmation of Merkel as chancellor

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    Horst Seehofer, Germany's top security official, said that "Islam doesn't belong to Germany", but added that "the Muslims who live with us are, of course, part of Germany". Merkel has come down firmly on the side of inclusion, repeatedly stating that Islam and Muslims belonged in Germany, and vocally defending the stance at the height of the refugee influx.
  • Sweden says happy to help on North Korea amid summit speculation

    Sweden says happy to help on North Korea amid summit speculation

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    But North Korea's foreign minister Ri Yong Ho went to Stockholm this week and met with Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven on Friday after meeting with his counterpart Margot Wallstrom on Thursday. Sweden, whose embassy represents USA interests in the North Korean capital, has been touted as a possible venue for the momentous summit between Kim and Trump, and the visit will fuel speculation that a Stockholm encounter is in the cards.