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Trump says Comey's 'leaks' are more prevalent


He also planned to deliver remarks at the Department of Transportation on his plans for improving the country's roads and bridges before travelling to New Jersey for the weekend. He will file the complaint with the Justice Department's inspector general and also make a "submission" to the Senate's judiciary and intelligence committees about Comey's testimony. Read More »

US Attorney General to Appear Before Senate Committee


Trump alluded to tapes in a May tweet. Senators had been pushing for Sessions to appear publicly to answer questions about his contacts with Russian officials during the campaign. Comey's hints to the Senate Intelligence Committee, however, suggest that he knew of more contacts or other relationships that made him and the rest of the top Federal Bureau of Investigation leaders expect that Sessions would take himself out of the game. Read More »

'North Korea's Denuclearization is Matter of Survival for South Korea'

Moon Jae-in made the proposal during a meeting with FIFA President Gianni Infantino at the presidential Blue House in Seoul , Moon's office said in a statement. "I hope we'll have the chance during the 2030 World Cup", Moon added. Nikai arrived in South Korea on Saturday for a four-day visit. But he came under fire from South Korean civic groups for what appeared to be criticism of people who support scrapping the 2015 agreement. Read More »

Words With Friends Adds 'Covfefe' To Its Mobile Game

Earlier, the world was left scratching their heads over " covfefe " - a freaky word apparently created by the president. "Who can figure out the true meaning of "covfefe"???" he tweeted yesterday after his mystery tweet sent the Internet into meltdown. Read More »

Tillerson says American Otto Warmbier released from North Korea

Upon his release, Warmbier's parents were stunned to discover that their son had been in a coma for more than a year. Instead, the administration credited the release to its diplomatic intervention. The official said the last instruction Trump gave Tillerson was "Take care of Otto". The official referred to them as "hostages". At the time, North Korea claimed Mr Warmbier committed an anti-state crime with "the tacit connivance of the U.S. Read More »

North Korea releases US citizen Otto Warmbier

Warmbier had visited the country with the intention of "bringing down the foundation of its single-minded unity". State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert has declined to provide details on the circumstance of Warmbier's release or comment on his health condition. Read More »

Zarif meets senior officials at SCO summit

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Friday that it was a historic day for Pakistan as it had become a full member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO). Meeting Modi on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation meeting in Astana , Xi also congratulated India on becoming a full member of the grouping. Read More »

May to form new government after losing parliamentary majority

She confirmed this to German leader Angela Merkel in a phone call on Saturday. "And there's already uncertainty about Brexit. and we will see more uncertainty". UKIP spearheaded the push for Brexit and Nuttall insisted that the party would still remain influential as Britain heads into divorce talks with the European Union. Read More »

Duchess Kate Visits London Bridge Attack Victims


Kate, her husband, Prince William , and Prince Harry have spent the a year ago campaigning to reduce the stigma around mental health through their Heads Together campaign. "We look after each other, we really do", she was told. Spanish banker Ignacio Echeverria, 39, who went to defend a woman under attack using the skateboard he had been riding earlier, died from a stab wound to the back. Read More »

North Korea Releases Imprisoned US College Student

Perhaps Rodman will serve as a link between the US and North Korea at a time where the two countries have been unable to see eye to eye in a number of issues. Although he's fully aware of the U.S.' longtime opposition to the Asian country, the Hall of Famer told CNN that he thinks Donald Trump would be pleased with his trip. Read More »

North Korea releases jailed US citizen Otto Warmbier

For North Korea to imprison Otto with no notification or consular access for more than a year is the utmost example of its complete failure to recognize fundamental human rights and dignity". Three Americans remain in custody. - Kim Hak Song, who was detained in early May to be investigated for committing unspecified hostile acts, North Korea has said. Read More »

South Korea President proposes co-hosting 2030 World Cup with North Korea

If the UAV is confirmed to be a North Korean one, it would suggest that the secretive communist nation has significantly improved the range of its drones over the past years in preparation for World War 3 . "The leaders will also coordinate on North Korea-related issues, including countering the growing North Korean nuclear and missile threats", it added. Read More »

Merkel says ready for Brexit talks, assumes UK sticking to its plan

Corbyn, 68, may not have dislodged May in the polls but the Labour Party's strong showing prompted him to demand her resignation, saying she "lost votes, lost support and lost confidence" of the people. It was a result many in Labour HQ didn't dare to hope for. This was an election stuffed with ironies, not the least of which being that May actually managed to increase the Tory vote to 44 per cent of the ballots cast and yet, even in this moment of apparent triumph, destroyed herself. Read More »

Fellow Republicans press Donald Trump about Comey tapes

Collins on Sunday said that Trump needs to set the record straight. Former FBI director James Comey testifies during a US Senate Select Committee on Intelligence hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, June 8, 2017. Marc Kasowitz, Trump's private lawyer, is reportedly planning to file a complaint with the Justice Department inspector-general, according to a person close to the POTUS' legal team. Read More »

MP farmers' unrest: Chouhan calls off fast


Union ministers Narendra Singh Tomar and Thawarchand Gehlot, BJP general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya and other senior party leaders were present on this occasion. "I know your (farmers) problems", he said. The opposition Congress had, however, dubbed Chouhan's fast as "drama". "We wanted to meet the families of deceased farmers peacefully and honour them by giving them a letter and soil brought from different parts of the country but we were not allowed to go", he said. Read More »

Saudi official says security officer killed, 2 wounded


The two were killed in Qatif in the Eastern Province when their auto that was transporting ammunition and explosives to Al Awamiyah exploded, while three others in the vehicle, who are also fugitives, managed to escaped. They have protested in the past over alleged marginalisation in the kingdom. The provocative move further escalated tension across the province. The SPA has reported an increase in clashes between Shia fighters and security forces in Masoura in recent weeks, after the Saudi ... Read More »

NKorea frees US college student; family says he's in coma

Nonetheless, Rodman has been criticised for turning a blind eye to North Korea's human rights violations, including the case of American citizen Kenneth Bae , who was jailed and sentenced to forced labour for allegedly orchestrating to carry out a coup against the North Korean government. Read More »