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North Korea says don't mess with us as US plans next move

North Korea says don't mess with us as US plans next move

The language on North Korea's nuclear program was more straightforward. That plan was seen as a worst-case scenario. However, the range of China's action remains limited by its priorities on North Korea: "No war, no instability, no nukes", in declining order of importance, said Haenle.


Egypt president orders state of emergency

Egypt president orders state of emergency

The jihadist group further said that the blasts were carried out by two suicide bombers - one targeted St George's Coptic church in Tanta, leaving 27 dead. The latest IS attacks were a blow to el-Sissi's image and left many Christians doubting whether he is capable of protecting them. But Copts in Tanta said security was nearly non-existent on Sunday despite repeated warnings in recent weeks.



Trump admin orders review of Iran nuclear deal sanctions

The deal's opponents claimed the deal only delayed Iran's pursuit of nuclear weapons, and that it did not permit full inspections to guarantee Iran wasn't cutting corners. Obama, Kerry and others who negotiated the deal strenuously defended its terms and said the agreement made Israel, the Middle East and the world a safer place.


Tories lead over Labour reaches 24 points in latest poll

Tories lead over Labour reaches 24 points in latest poll

Because when we win, it's the people, not the powerful, who win. However, the unexpected elections might delay the beginning of the talks, which European Union officials said could begin as early as May. Her ire is directed at those who oppose Brexit, in particular the political parties in Westminster. Mr Corbyn said the election was an opportunity for voters to pass judgement on the Tories' record on austerity, cuts to the NHS and schools, child poverty and a crisis in housing.


More Than 50 People Arrested For Attending

More Than 50 People Arrested For Attending "Gay Wedding" In Nigeria

Homosexuality has always been illegal in Nigeria, but a draconian 2013 law moved beyond simply targeting gay sex - extending the provisions to criminalise all forms of same-sex unions and clamp down on the LGBT community. Violent protests broke out on the court steps with angry mobs demanding the men be put to death. Stones were thrown at the court and the hearing was halted.


Nitish meets Sonia; JD-U keen for common candidate in presidential polls

Nitish meets Sonia; JD-U keen for common candidate in presidential polls

We are of the firm belief that there should be a contest."Tyagi's remarks came after JD (U) chief Nitish Kumar visited Sonia Gandhi at her 10 Janpath residence". President Pranab Mukherjee's term ends in July. "We don't have any formal proposal before us right now, but we welcome this suggestion", CPI general secretary S Sudhakar Reddy said.