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S Korean president picks ex-navy man for defense

S Korean president picks ex-navy man for defense

Prior to that, North Korea claimed it had successfully tested a Hwasong-12 intermediate-range ballistic missile. The North Korea official news agency on Saturday indicated Pyongyang is close to testing an intercontinental ballistic missile ( ICBM ) that could potentially reach the USA mainland.


I'm here as long as you want me, May says

I'm here as long as you want me, May says

She started off as as her normal formal self and then she became much more personal". With the two-year clock on Brexit ticking since March, when a letter from May formally started proceedings, Mr Barnier dismissed the suggestion of postponing the negotiations and said such a delay would prompt only further instability.



Moon says time needed over comfort women deal

The drone was found in a South Korean border town last Friday and South Korean investigators have discovered hundreds of photos in its Sony-made camera, a Defence Ministry official said, requesting anonymity because of department rules.



Trump dismisses 'leaker' James Comey's version: 'I didn't say that'

The president's public statements were the first since Comey testified Thursday, accusing Trump of asking him to "let go" of the FBI's Michael Flynn investigation and lift the "cloud" of the Russian Federation investigation. "I'll tell you about that maybe sometime in the very near future", he said. This proves for the 8,457 time why Trump doesn't need to be on Twitter.



Trump willing to testify, won't say if tapes of Comey talks exist

Trump broke his silence on Twitter following explosive testimony by Comey, declaring "total and complete vindication". "There is no legally binding basis for refusing to answer questions unrelated to an ongoing investigation unless the President is invoking executive privilege", William Yeomans, a 26-year veteran of the Justice Department and fellow at American University Law School, told CNN ."That privilege is not absolute - it can be overcome by a sufficient interest".



Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson urges soft Brexit

The scale of that success, with the Tories toppling two of the Scottish National party's most powerful figures at Westminster in Alex Salmond and the deputy leader, Angus Robertson, has greatly increased Davidson's influence inside the Conservative party at a United Kingdom level.