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America could pay dearly for Donald Trump's naivety: Chinese media

America could pay dearly for Donald Trump's naivety: Chinese media

According to the mainstream media, foreign policy experts and Democrats, President-elect Donald Trump made a serious error when he accepted a phone call from Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen congratulating him on winning the 2016 presidential election.



Republicans urge federal judge to halt Michigan recount

Defeated Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton's campaign has said it will take part in the recounts. The deadline for them to finish was Monday before the state certifies the vote on Tuesday. In the future, poll workers will hand count ballots post-election to verify the number of voted ballots packaged for transport match the voting machine total.



Vijay Mallya Says His Email, Twitter Account Hacked, Being Blackmailed

Some of the tweets were abusive in nature. This group made headlines last week for hacking the twitter account of Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi. They have claimed that over a course of a few days, they will be revealing more details about Mallya. The group also tweeted that Mallya is creating propaganda and refuted his charges of blackmailing the industrialist.



Annan urges respect for civilians in west Myanmar violence

The Burmese government called on Malaysia not to take part in the rally, citing ASEAN principles saying "a member country does not interfere in other member countries' internal affairs". Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, center, speaks to the crowd during a protest against the persecution of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar at a stadium in Kuala Lumpur , Malaysia on December 4.


FM Yun urges China's key role in implementing new United Nations sanctions

FM Yun urges China's key role in implementing new United Nations sanctions

Mayor Park's northern "new deal" represents the idea of using North Korea as a bridge to expand into Eurasia. If you would like to discuss another topic, look for a relevant article. He also raised the unresolved issue of North Korea's abductions of Japanese nationals as one of the threats presented by the country. These organizations include North Korea's flag carrier Air Koryo, as well as trading and energy companies and financial institutions seen as having contributed to nuclear ...



Top UK judges grill government lawyer on Brexit plans

May's government is appealing a lower court's ruling that lawmakers must get a say before Article 50 can be invoked. Prime Minister Theresa May has said she intends to trigger Article 50 by the end of March and the EU's chief negotiator said on Tuesday (Wednesday NZT) that would give a target of October 2018 for the Brexit deal to be agreed.