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Considering that North Korea is constantly threatening South Korea with war and supplying Iran with Nuclear technologies, it's disturbing that not only do they not join the U.S.in sanctioning Iran, they allow Samsung to aggressively open more stores in Iran.
  • US Military Drills in South Korea Continues

    US Military Drills in South Korea Continues

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    The military exercises always take place at the end of August, therefore they could be seen as a routine affair. Leader Kim Jong-Un last week delayed the Guam strike plan, but warned it could go ahead depending on Washington's next move. The Ulchi-Freedom Guardian military exercises routinely spark condemnation from North Korea . "We call on all countries to redouble their efforts, including through implementation of agreed UN Security Council resolutions, to bring North Korea to its ...
  • Big Ben bongs to be silenced

    Big Ben bongs to be silenced

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    And now, thanks to neglect and poor management, a much loved bell tower, once a symbol of victory over extremism, will fall silent. At midday today the soundscape of Westminster will change for the next four years . Big Ben will continue to chime on special occasions such as New Year and Remembrance Sunday, but parliament is looking into a proposal to keep the bell ringing at more regular intervals during the restoration works.
  • Eight people wounded in knife attack in Russian Federation

    Eight people wounded in knife attack in Russian Federation

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    The militant Islamic State group, monitored in Cairo, said one of its fighters had carried out the attack , though a Russian law enforcement spokeswoman would not comment on whether police regarded the incident as terrorism related. They said that he may have been suffering from "psychiatric disorders". It comes after two people were killed and eight injured Friday in a stabbing attack in the Finnish city of Turku .
  • Bright day for eclipse

    Bright day for eclipse

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    Highs will be cooler today than the last several days. Tonight: Evening Shower. Mostly Cloudy and Muggy. We're tracking a day of transition, as a major storm system takes aim on Northeast Kansas. But, as Kook said, lower cumulus clouds could form, especially throughout lower MI, due to a storm front that's moving through Iowa as of 8:14 a.m.
  • U.S. visa changes to affect mainly Russian independent travelers, says authority

    U.S. visa changes to affect mainly Russian independent travelers, says authority

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    Petersburg, Yekaterinburg, and Vladivostok - effectively forcing Russians across the vast country's 11 time zones to travel to Moscow for a USA visa . embassies in Warsaw, Kiev or Vilnius. The issue is a sensitive one for the Russian government as Russian citizens since the fall of the Soviet Union have grown quite used to traveling to the United States, and other Western destinations.
  • Erdogan slams German rebukes over election 'interference'

    Erdogan slams German rebukes over election 'interference'

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    There are an estimated three million Turkish-origin people living in Germany. A majority of them backed Mr Erdogan in an April referendum. "The Christian Democrats, SPD [Social Democrats], the Green Party are all enemies of Turkey", he said in a message after Friday prayers.
  • Weld County's unemployment rate sinks again

    Weld County's unemployment rate sinks again

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    The July labor force decreased by 11,300 from 3,708,800 in June, with 11,500 fewer residents employed and 300 more residents unemployed over the month. In the US the unemployment rate increased by 0.1 percent to 4.6 percent. The participation rate for young males was 62.3 percent in 2017, compared to 58.8 percent for young females.
  • Powerball jackpot increases to $535 million

    Powerball jackpot increases to $535 million

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    A victor who took the cash option would snag $338.8 million, though that would be subject to state and federal taxes. Those figures are just the amounts withheld up front; your final tax burden is likely to be even higher. The winning numbers in Wednesday's drawing were 9-15-43-60-64 and 4 for the Powerball. With Lottoland, Canadians play the outcome of a lottery for a chance to win the same jackpot value if their numbers match.
  • UN Aid Chief Slams Saudis for Blocking Yemen Aid

    UN Aid Chief Slams Saudis for Blocking Yemen Aid

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    While the report does not specify who is behind the air raids, the Saudi-led Arab military coalition allied with the government largely controls Yemen's airspace. The United States regards al Qaeda in Yemen as one of the deadliest branches of the militant network. Since then, the Iranian-backed Houthis have been dislodged from most of the south, but remain in control of Sanaa and much of the north.
  • USA and South Korea to Conduct Military Exercises on August 21-31

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    It's expected to last until August 31, the Pentagon said in a statement Friday. Earlier in the day, South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said that upcoming Ulchi Freedom Guardian exercise will be played out on a similar scale to that of previous year, where 50,000 South Korean and 25,000 U.S.