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North Korea Ready for War if Trump Wants It

North Korea Ready for War if Trump Wants It

In Seoul, South Korea's presidential office convened a national security council meeting to examine its security policy. This year's joint war games between the US and South Korean militaries are the biggest so far. The North Korean military says the "drunken provocation of the Trump Administration has become a risky step that cannot be tolerated". The sharp language came after President Donald Trump said the North Korea problem "will be taken care of", as speculation mounts that the ...



Zlatan Ibrahimovic accepts his Manchester United career is over

The Spain worldwide included: "By getting the better of Anderlecht and Burnley we've made it through the semis in Europe and have approached the most effective four in the Premier League, but we understand there's still an important strategy to go".


Thailand reaches for the stars with new Michelin Guide

Thailand reaches for the stars with new Michelin Guide

The guide to hotels and restaurants, which will be released in Thai and English, will be the company's sixth in Asia. According to Yuthasak Supasorn, governor of the Tourism Authority, the Michelin Guide Bangkok 2018 will be released in December this year and the annual Michelin Guide Bangkok will be released consistently for at least five years.


US will 'always stand with the Jewish people'

US will 'always stand with the Jewish people'

Other ceremonies , prayers and musical performances took place in schools, community centres and army bases around the country. A Small chair donated by Holocaust survivor Louise Lawrence-Israels is presented by Travis Roxlau, director Collections Services, Monday, April 24, 2017, at the U.S.



US imposes 271 sanctions on Syria over alleged use of chemical weapons

The resolution would have put 11 Syrians, mostly military personnel, and 10 other entities linked to chemical attacks in 2014 and 2015, on a United Nations sanctions blacklist. Syria's war has left more than 320,000 people dead since it began with protests in 2011 that were brutally repressed by the government of President Bashar al-Assad.



France's Macron wins first round presidential race, Le Pen 2nd

France's outgoing president, Francois Hollande, on Monday urged people to back Macron and reject Le Pen , whose place in the run-off represented a "risk" for France. Despite this, one National Front supporter told The Independent: "I know our next President will be Macron". Macron has run on a pro-European Union platform, while Le Pen has called for France to potentially exit the EU and ditch the Euro.