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Korea marks day with firing drill

Fears have risen in recent weeks that North Korea could conduct another nuclear test or long-range missile launch, in defiance of United Nations sanctions. Seventh Fleet said in a statement, "as well as the U.S. navy's inherent flexibility to combine with allied naval forces in response to a broad range of situations".


Trump And Leadership Look To Avoid A Government Shutdown

Trump And Leadership Look To Avoid A Government Shutdown

Congress has passed no major legislation since Trump took office in January, and he has ambitious hopes for major tax-cut legislation, infrastructure spending and other bills. "We want more money for immigration enforcement, law enforcement". "Those are our priorities", Mulvaney said. Lacking their support, House Speaker Paul Ryan may be forced to cut a deal with Democrats, something House leaders have been loath to do.



US Issues 271 Sanctions in Syrian Chemical Attack

The Treasury Department, he said, will work conjunction with State Department officials and worldwide partners to shut down financial networks of those who are working to produce or use any chemical weapons. In January, the Obama administration blacklisted 18 Syrian government officials believed to be connected with the Assad regime's weapons program. The US said the SSRC was responsible for developing the chemical weapon used in the April 4 attack in the rebel-held province of Idlib.



USA military begins moving THAAD missile defence to South Korea site

The JoongAng Ilbo daily said in an editorial that South Korea shouldn't be excluded from critical discussions surrounding North Korea, because "the destiny of our nation could be at stake". But both senators are backing Trump's approach on North Korea, which has threatened to use pre-emptive strikes or any other measures it deems necessary to defend itself against the "U.S.


Assange: CIA Director Declares War on Free Speech

Assange: CIA Director Declares War on Free Speech

The latest revelation includes a user guide for CIA's "Weeping Angel" tool which was derived from another tool called "Extending" which belongs to UK's intelligence agency MI5/BTSS. The logic that WikiLeaks, or these organizations, are somehow "intelligence agencies" would be as absurd as the suggestion that the CIA is a media outlet.