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Author: 0 EU expands sanctions against North Korea

Military and intelligence officials told the network that the ideas were given to Trump by the National Security Council in advance of the his meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping this week in Florida. The European Union on Thursday imposed additional sanctions on North Korea over nuclear and ballistic missile tests, which it said threatened worldwide security.

Global Media 5 children hurt when bounce houses go airborne in South Carolina
Author: 0 5 children hurt when bounce houses go airborne in South Carolina

Five children were injured when an inflatable bounce house went airborne on Saturday at a church in Taylors, South Carolina, according to a press release. According to Taylors Fire and Rescue, two inflatables were lifted and a bounce house hit power lines while the children were inside. "It was very chaotic when we first arrived just because of the sheer number of people and everybody being upset", Reed said.

Author: 0 North Korea Calls US Strikes on Syria 'Unforgivable'

The launch Wednesday into waters off North Korea's east coast came shortly before U.S. President Donald Trump's first meeting with Chinese leader Xi Jinping later this week, raising speculation that it might have been timed to get their attention.

Global Media Big day for Canada's Hirayama at Hong Kong 7s
Author: 0 Big day for Canada's Hirayama at Hong Kong 7s

The draw is also hard. Werner Kok made a sensational turnover that Chris Dry picked up and offloaded for Philip Snyman to land a third try for the South Africans. He scored a great try today and he shows off that clean pair of heels pretty regularly so it's disappointing for him to miss the rest of the tournament.

Author: 0 Mcebisi Jonas resigns as ANC MP

South Africa's rand fell Monday after Standard & Poor's, an worldwide credit ratings agency, lowered the country to below investment grade, citing political instability and threats to economic growth. Zuma is due to step down as head of the ANC in December, ahead of the 2019 general election. However for now, Mr Zuma remains president of the country and leader of Africa's oldest liberation movement.

Author: 0 Putin meets France's Le Pen in Moscow

Putin's spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, told reporters that Russian Federation was not seeking to influence the upcoming French election but had the right to communicate with French politicians. RT Francais, a Kremlin-funded news agency, reported on Friday that Russian Federation could help Le Pen to defend French people against terrorists and migrants.

Author: 0 North Korean suspects in Kim Jong Nam killing head home

It appeared to be timed so their plane would be allowed to leave Pyongyang only at the exact time Mr Kim's corpse and the North Koreans left on a flight to Beijing on Thursday night. North Korea vehemently denied any involvement and accused the Malaysians of either being dupes or liars. The case set a poor precedent of a state surrendering to the notorious bullying of North Korea.

Author: 0 North Korea says Trump's airstrike against Syria is "unforgivable"

North Korea's latest action came ahead of a two-day meeting starting Thursday between Chinese President Xi Jinping and U.S. President Donald Trump in Palm Beach, Florida. H.R. McMaster, cited a "pattern of provocative behavior" on North Korea's part. North Korea has a long history of defying United Nations resolutions and other attempts to prevent it from developing nuclear arms in conjunction with its growing ballistic-missile capabilities.

Global Media South Africans protest Zuma as country downgraded to junk
Author: 0 South Africans protest Zuma as country downgraded to junk

The Fitch agency cited political uncertainty as a factor in its decision to downgrade South Africa's credit rating to below investment grade, days after Standard & Poor's did the same. But MKMVA chair Kebby Maphatsoe seems a little anxious about the demonstrations, accusing marchers of trying to overthrow government. "Let them wait for 2019 and we will take them on, but the ones that want to remove it undemocratically, MKMVA will rise up to the occasion".

Author: 0 Trump Considering Placing Nuclear Weapons in South Korea as Deterrent to North

North Korea is also a proliferation threat. "This was Trump's first major move in global affairs, and it leaves an impression that the decision was made in haste and not without contradiction", the newspaper said. Yoon said his side will try to outscore North Korea in the remaining matches. The U.N. Security Council on Thursday strongly condemned North Korea for its ballistic missile test this week.

Author: 0 Oxford wins boat race after WWII bomb removed from Thames

In the 163rd men's Boat Race, Oxford were champions once more. However, Cambridge were never able to close the gap as Oxford crossed the finishing line with a winning margin of 1¼ lengths - the closest since an identical margin in 2007. They had even remained in contention for a course record on the third successive year the women's race was staged in London. "I felt we owed the girls from past year when they sank, so setting a record is brilliant".

Global Media Seager homers, helps Dodgers to 10-6 win over Rockies
Author: 0 Seager homers, helps Dodgers to 10-6 win over Rockies

Ryu (0-1) came up short in his quest to win for the first time since August 31, 2014. Rockies catcher Dustin Garneau hit a home run in the bottom of the 5th inning to break a 1-1 tie. "Emotions are definitely going to be running high, but for me it's just going to be (about) staying focused on my task at hand, not letting any outside factors affect me, control my breathing and take my breaths when I need them".

Author: 0 Evans beats Frenchman Benneteau to salvage pride for Britain

Saturday marked the first time Britain has failed to make the semi-finals in three years with France instead going on to face Serbia in September's semi-final. Mahut and Benneteau, both 35, have played more than 200 matches together in their careers. "It was the first time I have played at home". "France are a very good team.

Author: 0 Ivanka And Jared Children Perform For Chinese President

Donald Trump seemed to have broken the ice with China with the help of his grandchildren. Ivanka Trump urged her two oldest kids Arabella and Joseph to serenade the Chinese President Xi Jinping in Mandarin during his visit to the Donald's Mar-a-Lago estate.

Author: 0 Airstrikes on Syria might also send message to North Korea

Forty-five years after they broke the ice between them, China and the United States have now become highly interdependent with their interests getting increasingly intertwined. "I believe lots of very potentially bad problems will be going away". Xi said the delegations covered important topics and have established a good friendship and working relationship.

Author: 0 Swedish store hit by truck regrets 'damaged goods' promotion

This past February, the still unnamed man continued to evade authorities tasked that month in carrying out the order. A spokesperson with the prosecutor's office confirmed to the Associated Press Sunday that "a person suspected of terrorist offenses by murder has been arrested" in connection to the Friday afternoon attack, in which a hijacked beer truck careened into the Ahlen department store.

Global Media Twitter reacts as 'son of England' Defoe scores vs. Lithuania
Author: 0 Twitter reacts as 'son of England' Defoe scores vs. Lithuania

Despite his age, Southgate insists the Sunderland striker will be considered if his side make it to Russian Federation, as long as he is still fit and firing. Jamie Vardy was a second-half sub and scored with his first touch of the game just six minutes after his introduction. But Southgate is adamant Rooney can play a part in his plans on the road to next year's World Cup in Russian Federation.

Global Media What is the US/Russia
Author: 0 What is the US/Russia "deconfliction line?"

The following is an explanation of the so-called "deconfliction line" and the possible consequences of cutting it. Russian President Vladimir Putin stated that the incident seriously hurt U.S. The first measure in such a strategy must be to take Assad's air force-which is responsible not just for the latest chemical weapons attack, but countless atrocities against the Syrian people-completely out of the fight.