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White House Pressures Pentagon for North Korea Attack Plan, Report Says

White House Pressures Pentagon for North Korea Attack Plan, Report Says

Trump has said he is willing to deal with the rising tensions through diplomacy but has also said the United States would use military force if needed. Greg Scalatoiu, Executive Director of the Committee for Human Rights in North Korea , thinks it's unlikely North Korea would attack the Olympics .


Greek Cypriots vote in presidential runoff

Greek Cypriots vote in presidential runoff

According to the 97% of the counted votes, Nicos Anastasiades defeated Stavros Malas by a significant margin, since the victor got 56% of the votes, whereas the second received 44%. Anastasiades also promised voters he will seek an early resumption of his stalled negotiations with Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci for the reunification of Cyprus.


EU Willing to Discuss Citizens Rights After Brexit, Official Says

EU Willing to Discuss Citizens Rights After Brexit, Official Says

However leaked government analysis last week indicated that leaving the single market and customs union would damage Britain's economy in excess of any economic benefit from a free trade deal with other parts of the world. Ms Rudd attempted to clear up some of that confusion over customs arrangements, with the International Trade Secretary Liam Fox last week claiming a customs union was "not possible" despite Mrs May's claim to be keeping an "open mind" in her Lancaster House speech ...


Central Ohio roads to get slick on Super Bowl night

Central Ohio roads to get slick on Super Bowl night

Clouds will break up through the early morning. There is a very small risk for a flurry. The possibility for another wintry mix with snow showers developing late returns tomorrow night as our temperatures tumble into the 20s again. A warm front will likely bring more snow by Tuesday morning. It looks like up to an inch possible by early Sunday morning, with another 1 to 3 inches through the day.


African migrants injured in Italian drive-by shootings

African migrants injured in Italian drive-by shootings

In a Saturday night news conference, Interior Minister Marco Minniti called the shooting an "evident display of racial hatred". One of the six victims -five African men and Jennifer - was treated and released Saturday. Macerata Mayor Romano Carancini hinted that both the events could have a connection. According to official statistics, foreigners account for 9.2 per cent of the city's 43,000 residents.


Costa Ricans go to polls to elect new president

Costa Ricans go to polls to elect new president

Evangelical Christian and congressman Fabricio Alvarado, has pitted himself against an worldwide ruling urging Costa Rica to legalize same-sex marriage. Conservative Juan Diego Castor came in a close second in a recent poll. The IACHR decision was made in response to a petition filed by Costa Rica's current president Luis Guillermo SolĂ­s in 2016.