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No more patience with N.Korea, says United States vice president

No more patience with N.Korea, says United States vice president

On April 7, the U.S. mounted a missile strike in Syria in response to the alleged use of chemical weapons by the Assad regime. Then, less than a week later, the USA military dropped a 22,000-pound bomb - the largest non-nuclear bomb ever used in combat by the United States - on Islamic State forces in eastern Afghanistan.



US calls North Korea missile test 'provocation', says 'our patience over'

More directly on North Korea , the president returned to a theme of placing much emphasis on China for reining in the North. Although President Donald Trump had a cordial summit with his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, in Florida this month, the North Korea issue threatens to drive a wedge between them.



"The Fate of the Furious" an enjoyable ride

It even left the characters on a fitting note that could've acted as a grand finale. The Fate of the Furious never addresses the key question of why the government would turn to a bunch of vehicle enthusiasts to save the world from a nuclear weapon.



Lady Gaga Swallows Octopus in Leaked Coachella Visuals

Lyrics include: "If I can't find the cure , I'll, I'll fix you with my love". After the first two tracks, she asked the crowd how they were doing after a day of drinking, and said people had been asking her if she was anxious about going on at 11:30.



US VP Pence arrives near demilitarised zone dividing Koreas

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence (C) speaks during his visit to the inter-Korean border village of Panmunjom within the Demilitarized Zone separating the two Koreas on April 17, 2017. China is urging a return to negotiations over North Korea's pursuit of nuclear weapons after Vice President Mike Pence warned that the US has lost its patience with the regime.


Everyone is trolling United for their disgusting passenger treatment

Everyone is trolling United for their disgusting passenger treatment

The White House has termed the violent removal of a passenger from a United flight as "troubling". Not even after the public relations nightmare suffered by United Airlines this week after a screaming passenger was dragged off a plane by law enforcement when the airline needed to give his seat to a crew member.