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Trump at Easter Egg Roll: 'We're right on track'

Trump at Easter Egg Roll: 'We're right on track'

Kennedy Jr. The White House expected more than 21,000 children and adults to attend the Easter Egg Roll, down from the 35,000 guests who passed through the gates past year. "We are right on track", he said . On behalf of the president and Barron , we wish you great fun and attractive days coming ahead of us, and happy Easter.



UN Security Council threatens new sanctions on N.Korea

A North Korean missile blew up nearly immediately on its test launch on Sunday, the USA military said. The Trump administration is focusing its North Korea strategy on tougher sanctions, possibly including an oil embargo, a global ban on its airline, intercepting cargo ships and punishing Chinese banks doing business with Pyongyang, Reuters reported last week, citing USA officials.



The Makings of a Trump Administration Iran Policy

Instead, they see the administration's harsh words as both a warning to rogue regimes such as North Korea and an effort to create political cover for sticking with the deal after President Donald Trump's campaign criticism of the pact as a "horrible deal".


New Navy Blue Uniforms on the Way for Wichita Police Officers

New Navy Blue Uniforms on the Way for Wichita Police Officers

The new look was unveiled Thursday morning. "We started out with a blank slate". What uniforms are available nationwide? What are other departments doing? "How did they transition?" said Capt. "The new uniforms are a better fit for the officers, better fabric options for the officers and a better price for the department as a whole", White said.


'University incited students to target Mashal over blasphemy'

'University incited students to target Mashal over blasphemy'

Hundreds of Pakistani students beat to death a classmate known for his liberal views on a university campus in the country's conservative north-west, police and witnesses said. Blasphemy may be punished by death in Pakistan. Khan, a resident of Swabi, was a student at the university's journalism and mass communication department.