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Pence says US won't negotiate directly with North Korea -- for now

Pence says US won't negotiate directly with North Korea -- for now

Aso in turn said U.S. -Japan trade friction, which soured ties in the 1980s and 1990s, was in the distant past and the allies were now entering an era of cooperation. "We need to minimize as many unique Korea standards which would make it easier to buy American products made in America", Kim said at the meeting with Pence.


Security forces deny access to site of US blast in Afghanistan

Security forces deny access to site of US blast in Afghanistan

The news agency Pajhwok reported that an unarmed security official confirmed the death of the Indian nationals including at least two commanders identified just as Mohammad and Allah Gupta. "I tried to send a message to Ashfaq Majeed, one of the missing youth who used to send us messages, on Telegram but it elicited no replies", said BC Rehman, a relative of one of the missing men.



Lawyer of United passenger dragged off flight takes first step towards lawsuit

Not allowing overbooking and bumping would also make it more hard for airlines to recover from problems such as storms or computer outages, which lead to canceled flights and the need to rebook passengers. One officer was placed on leave on Tuesday. Emirates Airlines has taken the opportunity to troll United Airlines about the incident where a man was violently dragged off a plane .



Legalizing Marijuana Takes Shape in Canada-is the US Next?

Parliamentary Secretary and MP Bill Blair said during the news conference that there has been an overwhelming consensus from provinces and territories for a new and regulated regime. Government needs to ensure that legislation is inclusive and allows small craft cannabis producers and retailers to participate in the regulated market.


Putin congratulates Assad on anniversary of Syria's independence

Putin congratulates Assad on anniversary of Syria's independence

Johnson was widely criticised for failing to get the G7 group of leading industrialized nations to back his bid for new sanctions against senior Russian and Syrian figures following an alleged chemical weapons attack in Syria's Idlib province on 4 April that killed at least 87 civilians and caused an worldwide outcry.


Marine le Pen seeks to halt reverse

Marine le Pen seeks to halt reverse

Paris - Far-right candidate Marine Le Pen sought on Tuesday to turn the debate in the final week of France's presidential election to immigration as she looked to reverse a dip in polls. France will head to the polls on April 23 and on May 7 in one of the most unpredictable elections in its modern history. "It's time to put back France in order", she said, using one of her campaign's mantras.