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North Korea's Kim Jong Un builds memorials for his favorite rockets before meeting Trump

North Korea has apparently begun building monuments for the recently developed ICBMs, which, according to satellite imagery and expert analyzes, have landed the United States in the lane of the country for the first time. David Schmerler, an investigating associate at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies in Monterey, California, shared on Saturday overhead photos of a monument that …

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Sierra Leone leaders face the runoff after the first round stalemate

FREETOWN (Reuters) – The election of Sierra Leone to replace outgoing President Ernest Bai Koroma will lead to a runoff at the end of the month, after neither of the leaders in the first round has achieved an absolute majority. Mohamed Nfa Ali Conteh, Chair of the National Electoral Commission of Sierra Leone, announces the results of the first round …

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Iran says it has Pak, China taking part in India's Chabahar harbor project | offered India news

NEW DELHI: Iran has made waves in India's diplomatic circles after its Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said on Tuesday that Tehran had offered Pakistan and China participation in its strategic port in Chabahar, developed by India. As Indian officials have repeatedly said, the port is crucial for India as it will allow India to bypass Pakistan's access to Afghanistan and …

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Sierra Leone to hold off as the opposition wins the first round

Sierra Leone will hold a presidential ballot this month after the main opposition candidate won the first election but did not achieve a majority. Julius Maada Bio of Sierra Leone's people won 43.3 percent of the more than two and a half million votes, while Samoa Kamara, the candidate of President Ernest Bai Koroma's All Peoples Congress, secured 42.7 percent, …

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US try to improve the Syrian detention of foreign fighters

WASHINGTON – There is continued US action to improve the ability of the Syrian rebels to arrest an ever-growing number of foreign fighters in Syria, said the US Supreme Commander in the Middle East on Tuesday to Congress. Army General Joseph Votel, head of the US Central Command, told members of the Senate Committee on Armed Forces that the US-backed …

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Senate Dems concerned about the lack of Mideast ambassadors as Syria was rages on

Senate Democrats on Tuesday questioned the Trump administration's failure to appoint ambassadors to countries in the Middle East amid concern over escalating violence in Syria. "In terms of diplomacy … is not the lack of ambassadors in the Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) asked US Central Command head Gen. Joseph Votel during a hearing. The Senate Armed Services Committee, speaking about the …

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The White House supports Britain in the chemical attack after initial waffling: Russia developed "Heinous Weapons"

In a discussion on Tuesday with the British Prime Minister Theresa May President Donald Trump finally confirmed Russia's alleged responsibility for a chemical attack on an ex-spy and his daughter on British soil. "President Trump agreed with Prime Minister May that the government of the Russian Federation must give clear answers as to how this chemical weapon developed in Russia …

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Trudeau floats tariffs to prevent steel flooding across Canada

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Canada could use tariffs against any "increased pressure" from steel dumping in Canada to circumvent new US restrictions. Tariffs unveiled last week by Donald Trump could lead to steel being shipped through Canada instead To avoid charges, Trudeau said Tuesday at an ArcelorMittal Dofasco plant in Hamilton, Ontario. The PM visits aluminum and steel production …

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5-star boss, posing as Italian premier, vague about details

The leader of the five-star movement, Luigi Di Maio, smiles during a press conference at the foreign press headquarters in Rome on Tuesday, March 13, 2018. (Alessandra Tarantino / Associated Press) Frances D & # 39; Emilio | AP To Frances D & # 39; Emilio | AP 13. March at 15:05 ROME – The leader of Italy's populist 5-star …

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Myanmar rejects reports that it has committed extreme human rights abuses: the two-way: NPR

U.N. Yanghee Lee, Special Rapporteur on Myanmar, speaking at a press conference after reporting to the Human Rights Council in Geneva on Monday. Fabrice Coffrini / AFP / Getty Images Hide title toggle caption Fabrice Cofrini / AFP / Getty Images U.N. Yanghee Lee, Special Rapporteur on Myanmar, speaking at a press conference after reporting to the Human Rights Council …

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