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UN Security Council weighs tightening sanctions on North Korea

UN Security Council weighs tightening sanctions on North Korea

Speaking ahead of an emergency meeting of the United Nations security Council following North Korea's latest missile test at the weekend, Haley said she believed the U.S. In the statement on Monday, the UN Security Council stressed on the importance of North Korea "immediately showing honest commitment to denuclearization through concrete action".


West Bengal Civic Polls: TMC Wins 4 Civic Bodies, GJM Retains 3

West Bengal Civic Polls: TMC Wins 4 Civic Bodies, GJM Retains 3

Among those, the party has won 31 out of 32 wards in Darjeeling. The seven municipalities which went to polls are Kurseong, Darjeeling and Mirik in Darjeeling district; Kalimpong in the newly announced Kalimpong district; Pujali in South 24 Parganas district; Raiganj in North Dinajpur district; and Domkal municipality in Murshidabad district.


Led coalition lauds capture of Syrian IS town

Led coalition lauds capture of Syrian IS town

The dispute could ignite more fighting between the two key USA allies in the battle against the Islamic State group as Syrian Kurdish forces gear up for a major operation to drive the militants from their declared capital, Raqqa. and EU. Talal Sillo, a commander with SDF, said no weapons have yet been delivered to the group but that the US-led coalition had said that fast delivery was expected from weapons already in Syria with the worldwide coalition.


United Nations vows sanctions over new NKorea missile test

United Nations vows sanctions over new NKorea missile test

The Security Council is expected to discuss the possibility of further sanctions at an emergency session on Tuesday. Sunday's test came less than a week after South Korea elected a new president, Moon Jae-In, who advocates reconciliation with Pyongyang and had expressed a willingness to visit the North to ease tensions.


Godfather in the White House: Don Trump threatens James Comey

Godfather in the White House: Don Trump threatens James Comey

The former national intelligence director, who served under the Obama administration from 2010 until Mr Trump's inauguration, said during a March interview that he had no knowledge of any collusion between the Republican's campaign and Russian operatives.



Trump asked Comey to drop Flynn investigation

According to the report , Trump asked to meet with Comey alone following a national security briefing involving Vice President Pence and Attorney General Jeff Sessions. "The country is being tested in unprecedented ways". Mitch McConnell, the Republican leader of the Senate, said simply: "It would be helpful to have less drama emanating from the White House".