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Putin-linked group drew up US poll plan

Putin said: "The president's successor will be decided by the Russian people only during a democratic election and by nobody else". The second document warned that as Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton seemed more poised to win, it would be better for Russian Federation to focus on highlighting voter fraud in the U.S.


Sydney sightseeing day planned for Pence

Sydney sightseeing day planned for Pence

Korea policy, including pressuring China to use their strong leverage to get N. Korea to end their "reckless and unsafe conduct", which among other things, refers to nuclear proliferation. Mike Pence, meet Bai'yali the koala. A majority of Australians view Mr Trump unfavorably, and some of his critics have urged Australia to distance itself from America in favour of stronger ties with China.


Police chase ends in deadly crash near Minnesota State Fair

Police chase ends in deadly crash near Minnesota State Fair

Paul. Police emergency scanner audio revealed one officer saying the auto had reached speeds of 85 miles per hour during its brief flight on Hamline. The passenger had minor injuries and was taken to the hospital. One teenager was riding a moped when he said the cars zoomed past him. "Because I was probably going 25 and it looked like I was standing still, or it made me feel like I was just stopped".


When Venezuela witnessed the 'mother of all marches'

When Venezuela witnessed the 'mother of all marches'

Witnesses said the looting began after police officers fired tear gas and buckshot at demonstrators blocking a street with burning tires. "It was frightful", he told AFP . There was a heavy security presence Friday in the capital, as residents and workers cleaned up the destruction left by the clashes and looting. The accounts varied, but one opposition leader said 13 people were hit with an electrical current after tossing containers filled with water and making contact with the ...


Why Would North Korea Launch a Nuclear Missile?

Why Would North Korea Launch a Nuclear Missile?

President Donald Trump, as Japan conducted exercises with a U.S. aircraft carrier strike group headed for Korean waters. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, after the phone call, told reporters he would "continue to maintain close contact with the U.S., and maintain an advanced alert monitoring system".



N. Korea Flaunts Long-Range Missiles in Massive Parade

Since taking power in late 2011, Kim Jong Un has executed or purged a slew of high-level government officials in what the South Korean government has described as a "reign of terror". It has carried out five nuclear tests - two of them previous year - and multiple missile launches, one of which saw several rockets come down in waters provocatively close to Japan last month.