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Bolton Pushes Breakneck Pace For North Korea Disarmament - Again

Bolton Pushes Breakneck Pace For North Korea Disarmament - Again

The Wall Street Journal reported Sunday that new satellite images show the North is completing a major expansion of a plant that makes solid-fuel ballistic missiles and re-entry vehicles for warheads that could potentially be used to strike the United States.


Evacuations Ordered as Winds Fuel Northern California Fires

Evacuations Ordered as Winds Fuel Northern California Fires

Some Bay Area residents were able to share pictures on social media of ash and other wind-blown material collect on their cars and houses Sunday. McLean says firefighters who had been released from the Pawnee Fire in Lake County were routed directly to Yolo County.


Five more beaten to death in India lynchings

Five more beaten to death in India lynchings

An official at the Pimpalner police station said that the five people died after being assaulted. The mob also ransacked the police van. The officer expressed his appreciation for the owners of the mill Afreen Sizing Works and Rasheed Rationwala for saving the five from the mob.


Germany secures deal for return of failed asylum claimants

Germany secures deal for return of failed asylum claimants

Alexander Dobrindt, leader of the CSU parliamentary group, said "a common destiny proves its worth only when it is challenged". The leadership of Merkel's party on Sunday night approved a resolution stating that "turning people back unilaterally would be the wrong signal to our European partners".


Retaliatory tariffs now in effect

Retaliatory tariffs now in effect

If the US moved forward with tariffs on auto imports, it would be a blow to Canada's economy because of the critical nature that the auto industry plays in the country. "[As] Canadians, we're polite, we're reasonable but we also will not be pushed around". Today Prime Minister Trudeau met with workers at a plant in Leamington, where the tomato paste used in French's ketchup is made.