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Pence, Mattis fire verbal volleys at North Korea

Pence, Mattis fire verbal volleys at North Korea

Seoul, the South Korean capital, is just a stone's throw away from the military demarcation line that splits the Korean peninsula and is within easy range of North Korean long-range artillery. "I think it is in everybody's interest to contain North Korea's actions". On Tuesday, Pence reassured Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe that the USA stands "100 percent" behind Japan in working to reign in North Korea's nuclear program, after arriving in Japan from South Korea.



New Zealand favourites to win ahead of Lions visit - bookmakers

Warburton, who has won 74 Wales caps and led his country in two World Cup campaigns, is now injured. "We had a good discussion about the midfield and I said to the rest of the coaches that we can't leave Jonathan Joseph out", Gatland said.



Trump's latest comments stoke fear over trade

Canada's dairy sector, which includes C$6 billion ($4.45 billion) in annual farmer milk sales, is protected by high tariffs on imports and controls on domestic production as a means of supporting prices. President Donald Trump's protectionist speech in Wisconsin included a harsh and direct attack on trade with Canada. "Together with other dairy exporting countries, including the USA, we have questioned these policies at WTO Committee on Agriculture meetings in Geneva as recently as last ...


Starbucks' Unicorn Frappuccino has our taste buds confused

Starbucks' Unicorn Frappuccino has our taste buds confused

So what is it exactly? The blended creme is made with a sweet dusting of pink powder, blended into a Frappuccino with mango syrup and layered with a pleasantly sour blue drizzle, according to Starbucks. It was just like we'd imagine a unicorn: handsome, sweet and, wait ... sour? Just when you thought you'd seen all the weird and wonderful food crazes on offer, Starbucks has upped the game with a new rainbow-coloured drink.



UK's Labour vows to take on "cosy cartel" that protects wealthy

Downing Street is considering proposals from broadcasters, including Sky News, which could see the Prime Minister being interviewed in front of a live studio audience. She has issued similar, seemingly ironclad assurances ever since. "I believe in campaigns where politicians actually get out and about and meet the voters", she said.



Turnbull ignores 'Trump-esque' allegations, insists scrapping visa program is for Australians

On April 18, the Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announced the government would scrap 457 Visas. Skilled migrants from India make up about a quarter of 457 visa holders. Better pay: Associations like the Information Technology Professionals Association (ITPA) say that "local IT workers [are] being sold out by rorts in the 457 visa system" which had led to "employers paying reduced wages".