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'Hero's welcome' for missile developers in North Korea

'Hero's welcome' for missile developers in North Korea

Shares in Lotte Shopping reversed earlier losses to rise 1.5 percent, while Hotel Shilla, South Korea's second-largest duty free store operator, rose 2.8 percent. CD REV's Wang Zixin told The Associated Press that the group hopes to rally Chinese worldwide against the deployment of THAAD and demonstrate China's "tough stance" on the issue.


Ian Brady: Moors murderer dies in psychiatric hospital aged 79

Ian Brady: Moors murderer dies in psychiatric hospital aged 79

He and his accomplice Myra Hindley murdered five children in the mid-60s and buried three of their victims on Saddleworth Moor. The body of the third victim, Keith Bennett, 12, has never been found. I went to see him and spent a few hours with him. The pair also admitted killing Pauline Reade, 16, and Keith Bennett, who was 12, in 1985. He described the encounter as "quite a moving sort of situation", where the pair discussed Brady's legal affairs and funeral arrangements.



Trump heads to Saudi as Comey agrees to testify

A Washington Post investigation revealed someone close to President Trump could be called into hearings as swirling controversy threatens to derail the Republican firebrand's political ambitions. This is not the first time Trump's White House has offered an explanation for an event that was later directly contradicted. Richard Burr, and the ranking Democrat, Sen.



States make move in fight over health care reform

We're thankful for your support in every way . "It is no surprise that Texas lags behind other states that did expand Medicaid", he said Wednesday. In the United States, about six million of the 18 million people in the individual market have pre-existing conditions, according to Pipes.


Warrants issued for 4 people at critical newspaper in Turkey

Warrants issued for 4 people at critical newspaper in Turkey

An Istanbul court issued arrest warrants for four journalists over their alleged link with Gulen movement, the Turkish media reported on Friday. The fiercely anti-government and ultra-secularist daily whose name means "spokesman" is one of the country's bestselling papers.


N. Korea says United States has to roll back 'hostile policy' before talks

N. Korea says United States has to roll back 'hostile policy' before talks

But Kim responded to such proposals of dialogue with skepticism, arguing that "what is important is not words, but actions", and asserting instead that the US must take the first step. And by the way, the Security Council added, all countries should implement previous United Nations requests for sanctions against North Korea. Choe was returning from Oslo with a North Korean delegation after holding talks with former USA officials there.