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Head of Islamic State in Afghanistan killed: Pentagon

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Pinnacle of Islamic State in Afghanistan, Abu Sayed, USED TO BE killed in a strike on the staff’s headquarters in Kunar province past this week, ...

Exclusive: North Korea may have more bomb fuel than thought – U.S. think tank

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Thermal images of North Korea’s primary nuclear website show Pyongyang may have reprocessed more plutonium than up to now idea that can be used to ...

Attention turns to freedom of Liu Xiaobo’s widow after Chinese dissident’s death

BEIJING (Reuters) – Friends of China’s Nobel Peace Prize-successful dissident Liu Xiaobo, who died of liver most cancers in custody, said on Friday they had been unable ...

North Korea says to take ‘corresponding measures’ if U.N. adopts sanctions

SEOUL (Reuters) – North Korea stated on Friday it will take “corresponding measures” if the U.N. Security Council adopts another sanctions resolution based on the ...

Bastille Day march-past closes Trump’s Paris visit

PARIS (Reuters) – President Donald Trump watched U.S. and French squaddies march collectively through the Paris sunshine on Friday in a double occasion marking One Hundred years ...

Turkey’s Erdogan plans Gulf visit to discuss Qatar dispute

ANKARA (Reuters) – Turkey’s President Tayyip Erdogan, Qatar’s staunch regional ally in its dispute with Gulf Arab neighbors, hopes to discuss with the Gulf soon to ...

Bastille Day march-past to close Trump’s Paris visit

PARIS (Reuters) – President Donald Trump will watch American and French soldiers march together through Paris on Friday in a double get together marking One Hundred years when ...

Hong Kong leader vows to reflect concerns of wider society to Beijing

HONG KONG (Reuters) – Hong Kong Chief Government Carrie Lam stated on Friday there were issues over sure “individual incidents” in the city and it was her accountability ...

Exclusive: U.S. prepares new sanctions on Chinese firms over North Korea ties – officials

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Pissed Off that China has not achieved more to rein in North Korea, the Trump administration might impose new sanctions on small Chinese Language banks ...

Trump says ‘something could happen’ on climate accord

PARIS (Reuters) – President Donald Trump held the door open to a reversal of his decision to pull the united states out of the Paris climate accord on Thursday, but didn’t ...