Saturday October 19-th, 2019

Spurned by Washington, Kim seeks closer ties with Putin Spurned by Washington, Kim seeks closer ties with Putin

Just a week ago, Pyongyang demanded the removal of US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo from the stalled nuclear talks, accusing him of derailing the process. The Russian leader welcomed Pyongyang's efforts to normalise ties with Seoul and establish d...

PM Modi's Mega Roadshow: Thousands of supporters greet Modi PM Modi's Mega Roadshow: Thousands of supporters greet Modi

Watch this video to know more. Varanasi will vote on May 19 in the last round of the seven-phased poll. The election is seen as a referendum on Modi and his party. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on stressed on national security, saying a New India...

U.S, China to continue trade negotiations next week U.S, China to continue trade negotiations next week

Two top American officials will head to Beijing next week to continue talks on the bruising trade war between the USA and China , the White House said on Tuesday. Beijing has pushed for the removal of duties as part of an agreement. Trump and o...

Former GE Engineer Charged With Economic Espionage Former GE Engineer Charged With Economic Espionage

The latest unsealed indictment against Zheng and Chinese businessman Zhang Zhaoxi, 47, includes further details of the USA government's case against the pair-notably, that the alleged theft was conducted to benefit China, and that the Chinese regime ...

Saudi Arabia executes 37 convicted of ‘terrorism’ Saudi Arabia executes 37 convicted of ‘terrorism’

The attack was claimed by the Islamic State group. The Saudi interior ministry confirmed the executions, which it described as "implementation of the provisions of the Sharia court against 37 convicted of terrorist and security cases". Among those ...

Kim Jong Un Invited Putin To North Korea, Invitation Kim Jong Un Invited Putin To North Korea, Invitation "Accepted"

Trump said North Korea's demand that the USA lift economic sanctions in their entirety forced his team to walk away from reaching an agreement. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un shakes hands with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Vladivostok, R...

Conservatives Reject Move to Topple PM Theresa May, for Now Conservatives Reject Move to Topple PM Theresa May, for Now

They were also anxious about showing further party divisions ahead of local elections next week and the potential European elections on 23 May. Theresa May survived a no-confidence vote by Eurosceptic Conservatives on December 12, 2018, by 200 ...

Police seize 'super obedient' lookout parrot trained by Brazil drug dealers

The Military Police later raided the residence of a woman known as "India", who in the past had been arrested twice for drug dealing, according to Brazilian news outlet Ultimo Segundo . Environmental police were later sent to capture the parrot,...

Inspector General clears acting Pentagon chief in probe Inspector General clears acting Pentagon chief in probe

The Defense Department's internal watchdog has cleared acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan of favoring his former employer, Boeing while serving at the Pentagon. "I can't talk about it.' General Hyten told us that he asked Mr. Shanahan, 'Not ev...

Large cassowary that killed its Florida owner to be auctioned off Large cassowary that killed its Florida owner to be auctioned off

Mr Hajos, 75, fell between the pens of his two cassowaries when at least one of the birds attacked him through the fence. The cassowary bird has a violent past - a rerun of Siegfried & Roy's tiger attack, but this time , the deadly attack involves...

Anniversary of Armenian Genocide Commemorated by Marchers in Hollywood, Mid-City Area Anniversary of Armenian Genocide Commemorated by Marchers in Hollywood, Mid-City Area

For Armenia, the killing of their people in the Ottoman Empire and the surrounding regions during 1915-1923 was masterminded and perpetrated by the government of Young Turks, according to the Armenian account which has been backed by the European Par...

This image of Muslim woman is so powerful that immediately went viral This image of Muslim woman is so powerful that immediately went viral

The protest was causing a lot of tensions. On day three of the convention, Shaymaa posed in front of the protesters and asked her friend Jamilah to take a photo of her. "I walked up as they continued yelling their hateful speech". She has seen simi...

Mom not cooperating in search for missing 5-year-old Mom not cooperating in search for missing 5-year-old

His father, Andrew Freund Sr., had been fairly cooperative according to reports from police and has pleaded for his son's safe return. The boy's mother, JoAnn Cunningham, continues to be "uncooperative" with investigators and has hired a criminal d...

Risk of strong storms expanded for Alabama on Thursday Risk of strong storms expanded for Alabama on Thursday

After a spectacular start to the work week, Houston's forecast will turn more damp for the next few days. The scattered showers and storms return tonight and come at us in waves. Additionally, we have a similar situation for late on Sunday . T...

Feds slap accused sanctuary judge, court officer with multiple obstruction charges Feds slap accused sanctuary judge, court officer with multiple obstruction charges

An investigation of Newton District Court Judge Shelley Joseph began previous year. "This case is about the rule of law ", United States attorney Andrew E. Former trial court officer Wesley MacGregor was also charged. "I'm not gonna allow [ICE...

Canada says Facebook broke privacy laws and 'refused to act responsibly' Canada says Facebook broke privacy laws and 'refused to act responsibly'

Federal Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien and his B.C. counterpart, Michael McEvoy, joined forces last spring to investigate the roles of Facebook and the Canadian company AggregateIQ in the scandal involving the British firm Cambridge Analytic...

32 confirmed dead in KZN floods 32 confirmed dead in KZN floods

Multiple dwellings collapsed in the mudslides, said KwaZulu-Natal Emergency Medical Services spokesman Robert McKenzie. At least 32 people have been hospitalised. "Our hearts go out particularly to families and communities who have been directly af...

North Korea billed USA $2m for Otto Warmbier's hospital care North Korea billed USA $2m for Otto Warmbier's hospital care

Citing two anonymous sources who weren't authorized to discuss the matter publicly, the newspaper reported that a USA envoy sent to bring Warmbier back from North Korea signed an agreement to pay the bill on instructions passed down from President ...

Giant potato turns into Airbnb rental Giant potato turns into Airbnb rental

The rental site says this one-bedroom space, known as the "Big Idaho Potato Hotel ", comes complete with air conditioning, a bathroom, and an indoor fireplace. Wolfe added that she thinks the potato Airbnb stay will be a popular tourist attraction. "...

More civilians killed by Afghan forces than Taliban More civilians killed by Afghan forces than Taliban

He added that pro-government forces are called upon "to take immediate measures to mitigate the rising death toll and suffering caused by airstrikes and search operations". Butler said North Atlantic Treaty Organisation is also concerned over the civ...

Chinese navy shows off new warship in 70th anniversary parade Chinese navy shows off new warship in 70th anniversary parade

China held a naval review in the eastern port city of Qingdao on Tuesday to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the foundation of its navy, state media reported, amid President Xi Jinping's ongoing drive to modernize his country's military forces...

French police experts start Notre Dame checks to determine cause of blaze French police experts start Notre Dame checks to determine cause of blaze

A spokesperson of the firm, however, ruled out that a cigarette butt might have started the fire that destroyed the cathedral's oak-framed roof last week. " If cigarette butts have survived the inferno, I do not know what material they were made of "...

Human Rights Watch: Almost all Saudis in mass execution were Shiites Human Rights Watch: Almost all Saudis in mass execution were Shiites

New York-based Human Rights Watch (HRW) said at least 33 of the 37 men put to death were Shia , and it was the largest set of executions in the kingdom since January 2016. She said that worldwide human rights laws and standards strictly restrict...

Christchurch attack survivors offered New Zealand residency Christchurch attack survivors offered New Zealand residency

The Human Rights Commission warmly welcomes the governments decision to offer non-residents directly affected by the Christchurch terrorist attacks the opportunity to apply for a special permanent resident visa.The Human Rights Commission warmly we...

Pennsylvania Woman Dead After Falling into Commercial Meat Grinder at Her Job Pennsylvania Woman Dead After Falling into Commercial Meat Grinder at Her Job

The unnamed employee, 35, was found by a coworker who, according to authorities, heard odd noises coming from the machine before he checked what was going on and "found her in the machine". It's unclear as to how the woman ended up in the machine. Fi...

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