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In confronting North Korea, Trump risks disaster


North Korea's own summary of its human rights record, also released in 2014, said that its citizens "feel proud of the world's most advantageous human rights system". The executive board will also examine the presence of North Korea at the Games, their first participation in a Winter Olympics since 2010. North Korea should not be totally cut off from oil product supplies because Pyongyang would see such a move as a declaration of war, Russia's ambassador to North Korea, Alexander ... Read More »

Deutsche Bank 2017 bonus pool includes investment in future - CEO


Cryan has said he plans to remain CEO through the duration of his contract, which extends to 2020. Looking ahead, John Cryan, Chief Executive Officer of Deutsche Bank, said, "We believe we are firmly on the path to producing growth and higher returns with sustained discipline on costs and risks". Read More »

Kashmiri students assaulted in Haryana; CM shocked

A Kashmiri student Rehaan Andrabi at the varsity told Kashmir Reader on phone that the students had gone to the market to offer the congregational prayers and buy some essentials. The Haryana Police has registered a case. A spokesperson for J&K police said, 'With regard to physical assault on some students of the state in Mohindergarh, Haryana on Friday, police has taken cognisance and one of our officers is in touch with the students'. Read More »

UAE's new zipline set Guinness World Record for being world's longest  


If you want to courageous this challenge, just make sure you don't have a fear of heights. The emirate of Ras al-Khaimah hopes the zip line, which starts at 1,680m above sea level, will be a draw for tourists, reported Reuters. Once completed, guests will finish the bucket list experience on a unique suspended landing platform, where they will be transferred to a second zipline - measuring 1 km - to complete the journey to the ground. Read More »

Clashes in Maldives as court orders imprisoned politicians' release


Nasheed had been sentenced to 13 years in prison on terrorism charges but was allowed to go to Britain to seek medical treatment, where he received asylum. Politics have become sharply divided in the Indian ocean archipelago in recent years, with President Yameen Abdul Gayoom rolling back many democratic reforms after a longtime strongman was voted from office in 2008. Read More »

North, South Korea report flu outbreaks ahead of Winter Olympics

Through an underground network in 2006, Ji fled through China and other countries before arriving in South Korea. Ri warned that the U.S. military actions are aimed "to provoke a nuclear war, which will undermine the improvement of inter-Korean relations and the easing of tensions". Read More »

Canada made the national anthem gender neutral


With the approval of the bill, the phrase "in all thy sons command" will be replaced by "in all of us command" to emit the gender reference from the anthem. "There's been 30 years plus of activity trying to make our national anthem, this important thing about our country, inclusive of all of us", she said. Read More »

State DOT removing "I Love NY" signs


State officials credited the signs with driving up tourism and said the new campaign will carry the theme of "NY has it all!" Those controversial "I Love NY" signs are coming down. Some signs tell drivers where to stop or where not to stop, where not to go and where they can not - which is why so many people are wondering about a series of billboards on highways across the state. Read More »

US Revives Idea Of Limited Nuclear War That Doesn't Destroy The Planet


While the 2010 document emphasized reducing multiple nations' nuclear stockpiles, the 2018 version emphasizes the need to enhance capabilities. The NPR also projected development of new low-yield warheads for ballistic missiles on submarines and a new sub-launched nuclear cruise missile, and included "tailored" strategies to deter North Korea, Russia , China and Iran. Read More »

Super Bowl Host Committee Gives $220K To Minneapolis Middle School


Expect Super Bowl LII to be much, much less exciting than that. He is the co-chair of the group's tourism marketing committee. Airbnb estimates its guests will generate $14.7 million in economic activity. Peyton Manning will have been there to try to sell us something in a commercial that's pretty good, but will annoy everyone by its millionth airing in mid-March. Read More »

Man, charged after selling ammo to 1 October shooter, receiving death threats


Douglas Haig held a press conference Friday to discuss his brief interaction with Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock. . It said Haig previously ran an internet business, called Specialized Military Ammunition , selling armor-piercing bullets - some consisting of high-explosive and incendiary rounds - throughout the United States, but lacked a license to manufacture such ammunition. Read More »

North Korea wants to scare the US with a huge military parade

Ji Seong-ho", President Donald Trump said during his speech. Trump's third attempt at a travel ban , signed in September, prevented nationals from eight countries , including North Korea, from entering the what the administration justified as an attempt to enhance information sharing among countries and enforce stricter vetting. Read More »

De Bruyne: Injuries could derail Man City


For West Brom , Arsenal target Jonny Evans was ruled out with a hamstring injury, while new loan signing Daniel Sturridge was named on the bench. De Bruyne started and finished off a move after the break (68), while Sergio Aguero added a third late on (89) for his 17th league goal of the season. Read More »

Finsbury Park Van Attack: Darren Osborne Guilty Of Murder And Attempted Murder


A jury at Woolwich Crown Court deliberated for just an hour before finding 48-year-old Darren Osborne guilty of the June 2017 attack in the city's Finsbury Park neighbourhood. Commander Dean Haydon, a senior counterterrorism officer with London's Metropolitan Police, said the case showed how "individuals can become radicalised really, really quickly" online. Read More »

Judge appointed by Obama lifts lifetime voting ban for felons


District Judge Mark Walker wrote in a 43-page ruling. "The process is outlined in Florida's Constitution, and today's ruling departs from precedent set by the United States Supreme Court", said John Tupps , a spokesman for Scott. "Defendants (the state) cannot - whether arbitrarily or motivated by political, racial, or religious bias - kick the can down the road for so long that they violate former felons' rights to free association and free expression without offending the Constitution". Read More »

Los Angeles middle school shooting was an accidental discharge


She is said to be in a stable condition. He told AP that the 12-year-old girl, his classmate, told him it was an accident, saying, "I didn't mean to". Classes resumed as usual Friday, but counselors were on hand. "I went insane. I didn't know what to do, I didn't know what to say, and that's when I just got my mom and came over here", Diego said. Read More »

'Slender Man' stabbing: Morgan Geyser sentenced to 40 years in mental hospital


Geyser's sentence was handed down after a day of testimony from expert witnesses about the teenager's progress in psychological treatment. In August, Weier, then 16, pleaded guilty to attempted second-degree homicide due to mental illness or defect as part of a similar plea agreement stipulating she would accept commitment to institutional care. Read More »

Clashes in Maldives as court orders for release of politicians


Police dispersed the crowds from the streets using pepper spray and batons. An Indian Ocean nation known for its luxury tourist resorts, Maldives became a multiparty democracy 10 years ago after decades of autocratic rule. In a tweet posted after, the former President said that he welcomes the ruling " for the immediate release of political prisoners and the restoration of their civil and political rights ". Read More »

Israeli Army Strikes Hamas Observation Point in Retaliation for Gaza Rocket


There were no reports of any casualties, but a few nearby homes were damaged. This attack and the IDF response happened after almost one relatively "quiet" month. Israel has repeatedly stated that it holds Hamas responsible for all rocket fire emanating from the Gaza Strip. An army spokesperson said the suspects were under IDF surveillance from before they crossed the security fence surrounding the Gaza Strip. Read More »

NDF consultant in peace talks with govt arrested


Security forces arrested a ranking communist leader in the first operation against the rebel leadership since President Duterte ended the peace talks previous year. "If a person has warrant of arrest or if there is basis for warrantless arrest, he should be arrested because if not, it will be dereliction of duty", Roque, a lawyer, explained. Read More »

N. Korea Olympic skaters start coaching in South; 1…


But short-track speed skater Choe Un Song fell and slid into a padded wall during his first practice at the Gangneung Ice Arena on Friday. Whenever joint military exercises took place "the peace and security of the Korean peninsula were gravely threatened and the inter-Korean mistrust and confrontation reached the top, thus creating great difficulties and obstacles ahead of hard-won dialogues", North Korea's Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho said in the letter published by the official North ... Read More »