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Military hysteria over N.Korea could lead to catastrophe: Putin

Military hysteria over N.Korea could lead to catastrophe: Putin

Without the political and diplomatic tools, it is extremely hard to move the situation around. South Korea's Defence Ministry said the four remaining batteries of the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system would be deployed on a golf course in the south of the country on Thursday.


House panel subpoenas Justice Dept., FBI over documents

House panel subpoenas Justice Dept., FBI over documents

The committee issued the identical subpoenas on August 24, requesting the documents surrounding the dossier and the FBI's ties to the dossier's author be turned over within eight days, the Washington Examiner reported. The Republican leader of the House Russia investigation, Rep. Michael Conaway, said earlier Tuesday that he supported the effort to obtain the dossier documents.


North Korea Not a Nuclear Power, Says Putin

North Korea Not a Nuclear Power, Says Putin

The test on Sunday, which North Korea said was a hydrogen bomb, was a huge advance in the North's push for nuclear-tipped missiles capable of hitting the United States. Trump said he has had a "strong" and "frank" conversation with Xi about North Korea. Fear that a military conflict may break soon out between North Korea and the U.S.


Indrajit Lankesh to India Today: Some Naxalites were unhappy with Gauri

Indrajit Lankesh to India Today: Some Naxalites were unhappy with Gauri

CPM politburo member Kodiyeri Balakrishnan took to Facebook to say that the murder of the senior journalist Gauri Lankesh in Bengaluru is utterly regretful, and a big shame to a modern society. They said she was a critical, secular voice at a time when the country was being swept by a wave of right-wing, Hindu nationalism. Survived by her mother, sister, brother and others, Gauri owned and edited Gauri Lankesh Patrike , a popular Kannada magazine.