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North Korea Fires Unidentified Projectile — S.Korea Military

This launch of a suspected Scud-type missile, which the South Korean military said flew about 450 kilometers (280 miles), may also be an attempt to demonstrate North Korea's ability to strike USA and South Korean troops in the region. U.S. President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe agreed on Friday to expand sanctions against North Korea over its continued development of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles, the White House said.



8 dead in shooting rampage in Mississippi; suspect arrested

Godbolt was also shot sometime before his arrest, and authorities took him to a local hospital for treatment. Strain says charges have not yet been filed against the suspect. 'Suicide by cop was my intention. At the third location, bodies of two more victims, one male and one female, were found. The identities of the other victims were not immediately released.


Members of Manchester bomber's network could still be at large - Amber Rudd

Members of Manchester bomber's network could still be at large - Amber Rudd

A 25-year-old man was arrested earlier Sunday in a series of fresh raids by the police in connection with the suicide bombing last week at the Manchester arena in which 22 people, including children, were killed. Her comments come after police issued CCTV images of Abedi in a plea for information about his movements between 18 May and Monday's attack, which killed 22 people.


South Korea military: North Korea fires off 'unidentified projectile'

South Korea military: North Korea fires off 'unidentified projectile'

North Korea last test-fired a ballistic missile on May 21, and before that on May 14. This sets up the potential that Pyongyang is looking to use the test to show it can hit US targets near and far and to emphasize its defiance of USA -led pressure on its missile and nuclear programs, which has included vague threats from President Donald Trump and the arrival in Korean waters of powerful USA military hardware.


What if US quits climate deal? Doesn't look good for Earth

What if US quits climate deal? Doesn't look good for Earth

The leaders issued a collective statement at the close of the talks, saying that they have committed to "strengthening our collective energy security and ensuring open, transparent, liquid, and secure global markets for energy resources and technologies".


Machester attack: Two more persons arrested

Machester attack: Two more persons arrested

Police say that 1,000 people are working on the investigation, trying to track down Abedi's accomplices and piece together his movements in the days before he detonated a bomb at an Ariana Grande concert. The breach prompted the U.K.to briefly stop sharing information about the bombing inquiry with the U.S. The sweeping investigation has caused friction between USA and British security and intelligence officials.