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North Korea Tests New Anti-Aircraft System, State News Agency Says

North Korea Tests New Anti-Aircraft System, State News Agency Says

The report by state-run media came as the Communist country has increased the tempo of its nuclear weapons program, with eight ballistic missile tests so far this year - in defiance of U.N. China has sought to bring the US and North Korea to the negotiating table, calling on both sides to seek a peaceful resolution of the decades-old conflict.


Trump considering a White House staff overhaul

Trump considering a White House staff overhaul

Adam Schiff of California, the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, spoke exclusively to ABC News' Martha Raddatz on "This Week" Sunday about his concerns with Kusher, Trump's son-in-law and senior advisor. News has reported that Kushner is under FBI scrutiny related to the Russian Federation investigations, but is not a "subject" of them. The White House crisis management plan, Jared Kushner's standing with the boss and new congressional wrinkles in the Russian Federation ...


Comey acted on fake intelligence

Comey acted on fake intelligence

CNN reports that Comey knew that Russian documents that made shocking allegations about former Obama Attorney General Loretta Lynch were false - but that he treated them as though they were real because he feared them leaking out. The FBI said it was still evaluating the request, which had a committee-set deadline of Wednesday, in light of the appointment of a special prosecutor to look into the possibility of collusion between Trump's presidential campaign and Russian officials seeking to ...


Brooding Iran hardliners say they must still be heard after Rouhani win

Brooding Iran hardliners say they must still be heard after Rouhani win

Peace in the Middle East could only be possible with Iran at the table, Rouhani said. In this case, President Rouhani and United States ex-president Obama were not the only parties to the agreement on the Iran deal-it was an worldwide agreement signed by France, Germany, the UK, Russia and the US.


ISIS claims responsibility for Egypt attack

ISIS claims responsibility for Egypt attack

Following the attack, President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi had said that "Egypt will not hesitate to strike terrorist camps anywhere whether they are, inside or outside the country". The Egyptian military said the operation was ongoing and had been undertaken once it had been ascertained that the camps had produced the gunmen behind the attack on the Coptic Christians in Minya, southern Egypt, on Friday morning.