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Russia says North Korea nukes are a 'direct threat'

Pyongyang conducted the most recent ballistic missile test on May 29, its ninth of the year so far, although it is banned under previous United Nations resolutions from testing nuclear weapons or missile technology and is already subject to multiple global sanctions.


London police nab 2 more bridge attack suspects

London police nab 2 more bridge attack suspects

Armed officers confronted three suspects, who police said were wearing "hoax" suicide vests, at the market. Three attackers were shot dead by police eight minutes after they received the first emergency call at 10:08 pm on Saturday (2108 GMT).


GOP Health Bill Doesn't Fulfill Trump Promises

GOP Health Bill Doesn't Fulfill Trump Promises

As Republican senators prepare to field questions about the House's healthcare bill, they also face the sobering challenge of crafting a version that appeases their party's divergent factions. "I will say there is one positive from this: Approval for the ACA, ObamaCare, has never been higher", Emerson added. Two-thirds of respondents, including half of Republicans, say that President Trump and Republicans are responsible for any current and future problems with Obamacare.


GOP senator says Trump served with info out

GOP senator says Trump served with info out

On Saturday evening, the network again displayed its blatant anti-Trump bias when NBC Nightly News' twitter account, for some reason, made a decision to mock Trump's suggestion that terrorists were behind the London Bridge attacks by sending out this tweet: "Pres.



Frenchman killed in London attack: French minister

The Royal Thai Embassy in London issued a warning to Thais in England to stay alert to possible danger. In March, Khalid Masood, a British convert to Islam, drove a auto into pedestrians on London's Westminster Bridge and then fatally stabbed a policeman as he breached the perimeter fence of the Palace of Westminster before being shot dead by another officer.



Bernie Sanders 'impressed' by United Kingdom candidate Jeremy Corbyn

May's once-formidable lead has been eroded though her Conservative Party could still be on course to win a majority of seats in parliament, an opinion poll and an electoral model showed on Friday. Theresa May has rejected accusations that she went back on her word by going to the polls, telling voters: "I had the balls to call an election".