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Agree to hold summit in late June

Agree to hold summit in late June

China, however, is vociferously opposed, saying the system threatens its own national security. South Korea and the USA on Tuesday agreed to work towards the "complete" denuclearisation of North Korea, also vowing to seek new and practical ways to rid Pyongyang of its nuclear weapons, Seoul officials said.



Trump Plans To Quickly Nominate New FBI Director

Meanwhile, the president continued to make headlines and rankle lawmakers from both parties. Trump, in a signed letter firing Comey , said Comey had told him three times that he was not under investigation by the bureau. The deputy attorney general will brief senators this week and they'll have a chance to grill him. "The next day, Tuesday May 9, the Deputy Attorney General sent his written recommendation to the Attorney General and the Attorney General sent his written recommendation ...


Tony Pulis may pull plug on deal to sign full-back Charlie Taylor

Tony Pulis may pull plug on deal to sign full-back Charlie Taylor

Hernandez is one of four senior Leeds players who were out of contract this summer. Jordan Botaka, Alex Purver, Michael Taylor, Ross Turnbull, Jack Vann and Billy Whitehouse have all been released. United's loanees - Kyle Bartley, Hadi Sacko, Matt Grimes, Mo Barrow and Alfonso Pedraza - are returning to their parent clubs but Leeds plan to pursue permanently deals for Bartley and Sacko.



Lawmakers respond to report Trump asked Comey to drop Flynn probe

Comey wrote in a memo shortly after the meeting that Trump told him, "I hope you can see your way clear to letting this go, to letting Flynn go", the report said. Senator for Maine, Angus King (I-ME), said that if the claims about a paper trail by Comey suggesting that Trump was trying to affect the investigation were true, it would be a step towards the impeachment process "because obstruction of justice is such a serious offence".


In jail, 82-year-old Chautala clears Class XII examination

In jail, 82-year-old Chautala clears Class XII examination

Prakash Chautala, a four-time chief minister of the northern state of Haryana, took the class 12 school-leaving exam conducted by India's open schooling system at its centre in Tihar jail, said his younger son Abhay Chautala, a legislator in Haryana.



US Justice Chief Sessions to Quiz Four Candidates to Lead FBI

The former official was in charge of the bureau's investigation into the Trump campaign's ties to Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election. Trump also said Comey told him three times - twice over the phone and once at their dinner meeting - that he was not the subject of any FBI investigations.