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N. Korea reports on South's presidential election

In a congratulatory phone call from Washington, Trump agreed with Moon to cooperate on the nuclear issue and invited him to visit the US capitol, the South Korean presidential office said . From late 2016 to early 2017, tens of thousands of South Koreans filled the streets of Seoul every week calling for Park's removal. Talking to reporters, Suh endorsed Moon's call for a summit meeting with North Korean ruler Kim Jong Un , although saying it would be hard for such a meeting to take place ...


Woman, Gunman Killed In San Diego Pool Party Shooting

Woman, Gunman Killed In San Diego Pool Party Shooting

He was a resident of the La Jolla Crossroads Apartments where Sunday's violence unfolded, as Selis sat in a lounge chair by the pool and opened fire with a handgun, authorities said. At least one victim also lived at the apartment complex and one of the men shot - nicknamed "Ki" - was celebrating his 50th birthday. "She had such a great personality", said Vincent Howard, who met Clark in high school.


Philippines' Duterte confirms he's coming to Israel

Philippines' Duterte confirms he's coming to Israel

Three Chinese warships concluded a three-day visit to the Philippine port city of Davao on Monday in an attempt to strengthen the bilateral defense relations despite both being embroiled in the territorial disputes over sovereignty issue in the South China Sea.


Flynn subpoenaed for Russia-related documents

Flynn subpoenaed for Russia-related documents

Mark Warner of Virginia, the committee of Democratic vice chairman, said the panel had first requested the papers from Flynn on late on April 28. "We need an independent commission, bipartisan, non-partisan commission to look into the Russian involvement and whether there was any, and I underline the word any, involvement by any Americans in their effort to influence this last election".



ND health care industry restrained in response to GOP's Obamacare replacement

Collins also said she'd like to see a bipartisan group in the Senate working on a bill, with Democrats acknowledging that the PPACA has problems and Republicans making sure coverage is not reduced. "They are going to be living in the emergency rooms again", potentially driving up health care costs, Kasich predicted. But what about the more than 20 million Americans who became insured under Obamacare? No more.