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Trump's national security adviser, Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, says North Korea's most recent missile test represents "open defiance of the global community". The USS Carl Vinson strike group arrived in the region on Saturday, where it conducted a joint drill with the South Korean navy. "I don't think he's irrational but I don't think he's concerned about the welfare of his people, to say the least".
  • Ivanka Trump wishes Melania Trump a happy 47th birthday

    Ivanka Trump wishes Melania Trump a happy 47th birthday

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    Scott Berg, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Wilson , the best-selling 2013 biography of Woodrow Wilson , tells Vanity Fair . "Wishing you an awesome year to come! xx". Melania , who resides in NY, was joined by second lady Karen Pence and other Trump administration spouses at the luncheon. Melania and Trump married in 2005, and share 11-year-old son Barron Trump.
  • Chris Soules: Wearing Ankle Bracelet, Desperate to Avoid Jail Time

    Chris Soules: Wearing Ankle Bracelet, Desperate to Avoid Jail Time

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    Buchanan County sheriff's deputies confirmed Soules called 911, and his voice can be heard talking with 911 dispatchers, who offered to walk him through CPR, on a tape of the call released Wednesday. Mosher was transported to Mercy Hospital in Oelwein, Iowa, where he was pronounced dead. It was on Monday when Soule was arrested and charged with a case as he left the scene where the fatal auto crash happened.
  • Over 1000 detained in raids across Turkey over links to Gulenist group

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    It wasn't immediately clear how many of those detained were police officers. Turkish police launched simultaneous operations across the country, detaining people with suspected links to US -based cleric Fethullah Gulen. More than 100,000 people have been fired or arrested since then, and Turkish media reports that more than 47,000 have been charged with crimes related to the failed coup.
  • Venezuela threatens to exit OAS as pressure on Maduro mounts

    Venezuela threatens to exit OAS as pressure on Maduro mounts

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    In Caracas , thousands of protesters shut down the capital city's main highway to express their disgust with the increasingly embattled socialist administration of President Nicolas Maduro. On Sunday, a 21st death was linked to the unrest that began nearly a month ago over the Supreme Court's decision to gut the opposition-controlled congress of its powers.
  • 2nd Aircraft Carrier Launched in NE China

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    The warship was floated at a shipyard in the northeastern port of Dalian in a ceremony attended by General Fan Changlong, second only to Xi on the Central Military Commission, according to a statement on the Ministry of National Defense's website.
  • Jeremy Corbyn vows to tackle 'rigged system' in battle with 'Establishment'

    Jeremy Corbyn vows to tackle 'rigged system' in battle with 'Establishment'

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    European Parliament President Antonio Tajani said as much when he visited May in London on Thursday, adding that a new government before talks start later in June is "good not only for the United Kingdom but for us". Theresa May ruled out an early snap general election on the Andrew Marr show on 4 September 2016 on the grounds that the country needed stability.
  • South Korea, allies brace for North Korea follow-up act

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    Afghanistan's defense minister and army chief of staff resign after the deadliest Taliban attack ever on a military base, and U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis says he is "under no illusions" about the problems facing the country. Negotiations continue between the White House and congressional leaders on a spending measure to keep the USA government running beyond this week, and Trump is still seeking border wall and military funding, the White House says.
  • Sisi in Riyadh to patch-up Saudi-Egypt rift

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    Two days later, Sisi assured US President Donald Trump that the deal will take place, a US-based Egyptian diplomat told The New Arab . Saudi Arabia's King Salman issued a royal decree on Friday restoring financial allowances that had previously been cut for civil servants and military personnel as part of austerity measures in the kingdom.