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China seriously concerned over North Korea's nuclear programme

China seriously concerned over North Korea's nuclear programme

Reuters reported that Pence, speaking alongside South Korean Acting President Hwang Kyo-ahn, said the United States would stand by its "ironclad alliance" with South Korea. And on April 11, Jim Mattis, the Pentagon chief, said the Vinson was "on her way up" to the peninsula. Asked how anxious Americans should be about the prospect of nuclear war, Mr Trump told United States news channel TMJ4: "Look, you always have to be concerned".


Patriots' Gronkowski crashes White House Press Briefing

Patriots' Gronkowski crashes White House Press Briefing

Wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell said he was moved by the White House ceremony, saying it "almost brought me to tears". Trump went on to praise Patriots owner Robert Kraft for guiding the franchise to its fifth Super Bowl title since 2002.



Israel punishes hunger-striking Palestinian prisoners

In a statement, the Israeli Foreign Ministry refused to consider Barghouti and his comrades partaking in the hunger strike as "political prisoners", noting that "they were murderers and saboteurs"- the statement clearly stated that they were tried and convicted, according to the law.



U.S. an ally '100 percent'

Pence said the US trade deficit has more than doubled in the five years since the US-South Korea free trade agreement began and there are too many barriers for US businesses in the country. U.S. vice-president Mike Pence said his administration would not relent until it achieves its objective of ensuring the Korean Peninsula is free of nuclear weapons.


Pope Francis shakes hands with Bill O'Reilly

Pope Francis shakes hands with Bill O'Reilly

A Fox News spokeswoman said the network's media reporter, Howard Kurtz, would join Bret Baier's "Special Report" program to discuss O'Reilly's departure and that O'Reilly would be covered on " The Five " and "Tucker Carlson Tonight". Eric Bolling, who had been a co-host of " The Five ", is taking the 5 p.m. hour by himself, though his new show will not debut until May 1. "That's bigger than O'Reilly", he said.


US working with allies on North Korea: Pence

US working with allies on North Korea: Pence

North Korean Vice-Foreign Minister Han Song Ryol told the BBC that missiles will still be tested on "a weekly, monthly and yearly basis". Since taking office, however, United States tensions with North Korea have soared amid a drumbeat of missile tests and fears Pyongyang may be readying a sixth nuclear test.