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North Korea: Russia accuses U.S. of goading Kim Jong

North Korea: Russia accuses U.S. of goading Kim Jong

He urged the acceptance of a proposal made jointly by China and Russian Federation that would require North Korea to suspend nuclear activity and the United States and South Korea to halt joint military exercises in order to pave the way for talks.


Nomination rejected, Vishal says 'Mockery Of Democracy'

Nomination rejected, Vishal says 'Mockery Of Democracy'

Chennai: The high profile RK Nagar on Tuesday created yet another record with the number of nominations being rejected surpassing the number of nominations accepted. Disheartening to hear that the nomination made by me was initially accepted & later when I left, has been announced as invalid. The Returning Officer also rejected the nomination papers of M.C.



Senate confirms Trump's 2nd permanent DHS chief

Ten Democrats joined in the vote to confirm Nielsen on December 5, with no Republicans voting against. Nielsen developed a reputation for fierce devotion to Kelly as his deputy at the White House and before that as his chief of staff at the Department of Homeland Security, which he ran from January until July.


Massive Chinese air drills warn U.S. 'not to provoke Pyongyang'

Massive Chinese air drills warn U.S. 'not to provoke Pyongyang'

A U.S. Air Force A-10 Thunderbolt II fighter aircraft, assigned to the 25th Fighter Squadron, taxis down a runway during Exercise VIGILANT ACE 18 at Osan Air Base , Republic of Korea, Dec. China and Russian Federation have staged massive military drills in airspace and waters near the Korean Peninsula to counter a big U.S. According to the US Department of Defense, six F-22 Raptor aircraft arrived at South Korean bases this weekend to participate in training, the largest in recent ...


Plot to kill British Prime Minister May foiled

Plot to kill British Prime Minister May foiled

As per reports, police have arrested two men who were planning to blow up Downing Street gates and kill PM May. "I understand that the head of MI5, Andrew Parker, briefed Cabinet ministers today, such is the seriousness of what they believed they have uncovered".