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China urges US, North Korea to 'hit the brakes' on threats

China urges US, North Korea to 'hit the brakes' on threats

President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un during a news program Thursday at the Seoul Train Station in Seoul , South Korea . North Korea and the United States exchanged threats of military action last week, with Pyongyang saying it will develop a plan to strike the US Pacific territory of Guam, Reuters reported .


Brigitte Macron Doesn't Really Want to Be Called First Lady

Brigitte Macron Doesn't Really Want to Be Called First Lady

Brigitte Macron told the French edition of Elle magazine that if she hadn't pursued their romance, "I would have let my life pass me by". A cap for our new first lady, who had always refused to speak openly for the arrival of her husband to power.


Woman accused of snorting cocaine in school pickup line

Woman accused of snorting cocaine in school pickup line

When Dought asked if she had anything illegal in her vehicle, Hester said she had "a little bit of drugs", the report said. The bag of cocaine weighed.5 grams. "It's insane. People come to school to learn and not to see people doing drugs in their cars". "That's insane. That's just so irresponsible and they shouldn't be doing that", 12-year-old Spencer Yeager said.


Ivybridge Community College celebrates another superb set of A-level results

Ivybridge Community College celebrates another superb set of A-level results

Jack Woodvine: A*A*AA and is going to Loughborough University to study Automotive Engineering. Other impressive results include Stephane Anscombe (Plumbing Apprenticeship), Callum Bateman-Champain (Sports Science, St Mary's University College), Lauren Bonwick-Adams (Paramedic Science, Surrey), Gabriel Bryant, Deiniol Cummins, Frances Demetriades (Psychology, Goldsmiths), Morgan Harris, Tom Jex (Business, UWE), George Simpson (Sport Science, Chichester) and William Smith (Sport ...


South Korea, China urge Trump to solve Korean issue diplomatically

South Korea, China urge Trump to solve Korean issue diplomatically

USA and South Korean military forces are gearing up to start joint large-scale air, land and sea maneuvers Monday in South Korea . Beijing is North Korea's biggest economic partner and source of aid. Army Col. Robert Manning, a Pentagon spokesman, said that he would not discuss specific scenarios involved in the training exercise. South Korean officials have been monitoring financial markets around the clock, said Kim.