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N. Korea fires missile in latest test, USA and S. Korea say

USA defense officials have told NBC News that North Korea's missile launch last Sunday was a success. Japan has strongly protested to North Korea about the ballistic missile launch it conducted on Sunday as Tokyo can not tolerate its repeated acts of provocation, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga told a news conference.


Trump attends GCC meeting in Saudi Arabia

Trump attends GCC meeting in Saudi Arabia

Other than the prospects of sale of $110 billion American-made arms to Saudi Arabia, which is being called the biggest such deal in U.S. history, he said, Trump administration's major interest in Middle East is the security of Israel. But since the prime minister is on a three-day visit, there are slight chances that he might be able to squeeze in an audience with Trump, who is on a two-day visit, with one already gone by.


N.Korea missile detected by THAAD, programme progressing faster than expected

N.Korea missile detected by THAAD, programme progressing faster than expected

North Korea on Monday boasted that it successfully launched a new type of "medium long-range" ballistic rocket that can carry a heavy nuclear warhead, an escalation of its nuclear program that the U.N. Earlier UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres condemned North Korea over its latest ballistic missile launch and called on Pyongyang to return to denuclearization.


Newly Freed Chelsea Manning Is Figuring Things Out

Newly Freed Chelsea Manning Is Figuring Things Out

Manning's leak also led to " Cablegate ", in which 251,287 diplomatic cables set by the U.S. State Department were published. Download our Expert Edition e-book, Cyber: Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation. Soon after Saeed's release and return to the US, he was accused of abusing his wife, Naghmeh Abedini, for years, which Saeed denied, reported The Washington Post in February 2016.



Bribery allegations mount against Brazilian president

In an extraordinary escalation of a corruption probe that is upending politics and just about everything else in Latin America's largest nation, on Friday Brazil's top prosecutor formally accused President Michel Temer of corruption and obstruction of justice.