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USS Carl Vinson isn't anywhere near North Korea: Incompetence or political theater?

While the US Navy told Business Insider that the Vinson would eventually head to the Korean Peninsula, the confusion about the timing of events has led some to question the Trump administration's resolve. U.S. President Donald Trump ordered the Carl Vinson carrier strike group to sail to the waters off the Korean peninsula in response to rising tension over North Korea.


Bastia supporters charge at Lyon in latest French hooligan incident

Bastia supporters charge at Lyon in latest French hooligan incident

Lyon's players refused to return for the second half, after goalkeeper Anthony Lopes was involved in a physical confrontation on the pitch, as he made his way into the dressing room. The trouble reignited at half-time. For Lyon it was the second time in a week that they had faced hooligan problems following the crowd trouble before Thursday's Europa League game against Besiktas.


Trump greets freed Egyptian-American prisoner in welcome video

Trump greets freed Egyptian-American prisoner in welcome video

She was acquitted by a Cairo court on Sunday along with seven others who had worked with street children. The administration of former President Barack Obama had lobbied without success for Ms Hijazi's release, frustrating her family. Human rights groups said the workers were abused while in detention, according to The Post . Among those on the couches were Ivanka Trump, the president's daughter; Jared Kushner, the president's son-in-law; and Dina Powell, a deputy national security ...



Corpses being sent home for burial after Taliban attack

The base is the headquarters for the Afghan National Army's 209th Corps, responsible for much of northern Afghanistan, including Kunduz province where there has been heavy fighting. The ministry did not specify a precise death toll in its statement. Although the government insists about 100 were killed or wounded, other sources put the toll at more than 130 dead.


Suspect in murder live-streamed on Facebook shoots himself to death

Suspect in murder live-streamed on Facebook shoots himself to death

I don't know how to pick up all the pieces of my world at the moment", Joy Lane told WJW, a Fox station in Cleveland, on Tuesday. Police were starting to get out of their cruisers when "I heard a shot. Facebook said it removed the video 23 minutes after learning of it. According to Pennsylvania State Police, the 37-year-old shot and killed himself after a brief pursuit.



Trump admits US-Russia relations may be at 'all-time low'

During a visit to the Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst she said: " Russia is on the wrong side of this argument but we are willing to work with Russian Federation to bring an end to the conflict in Syria, to bring about a political solution in Syria, but that political solution has to be without Assad".