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North Korea accuses US, South Korea of assassination try

North Korea accuses US, South Korea of assassination try

It alleged that the citizen, named Kim, was given $290,000 over the course of various meetings, meant for himself and "terrorist accomplices", as well as satellite communications equipment. South Korea and Malaysia say it was an assassination carried out by the North. The North Korean leader has been pictured inspecting military detachments on the islets of Jangje and Mu, which are close to the South Korean island of Yeonpyeong.


French right torn apart as Macron, PM prepare to name government

French right torn apart as Macron, PM prepare to name government

Merkel chose to accentuate the positive ahead of her meeting with Macron, a 39-year-old former investment banker who beat Marine Le Pen of the far-right National Front on May 7 after a long campaign exposed deep splits over France's role in Europe.


Donald Trump era: Come(y), catch me if you can!

Donald Trump era: Come(y), catch me if you can!

The committee is investigating Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election and any potential connections between Russian Federation, the Trump campaign and some of the campaign's top aides. President Trump is warning ousted FBI Director James Comey not to leak anything damaging to the media or else face the prospect of releasing secret "tapes", raising the question of whether the White House is recording conversations - accusations the administration refused to deny.



South Korean media: New president will visit US next month

New South Korean President Moon Jae In will visit Washington in late June for a summit with US President Donald Trump, media reports said on Tuesday (May 16), citing South Korea's presidential office. Liberal South Korean President Moon Jae-in favors a softer approach to North Korea than his conservative predecessors and has offered to visit Pyongyang if the circumstances are right.



USA says Trump did not discuss intel 'sources, methods' with Russians

For close watchers of President Trump's relationship with the intelligence community in the United States, his disregard for the contributions of our partners, the years of work developing sources and the time spent building trust among allies may not surprising.


What it means for United States allies when Trump shares information with Russian Federation

What it means for United States allies when Trump shares information with Russian Federation

For months, US allies have anxiously wondered if President Donald Trump could be trusted with some of the world's most sensitive national security secrets. Graham is leading one of four congressional investigations into Russia's interference in the U.S. elections. Donald Trump has defended his sharing of information with Russian officials, saying he has an "absolute right" to do so as president.