Britain will punish Putin's oligarch cronies with new sanctions after spy poisoning
Shark nets on the New South Wales north coast have caught just a single target shark in the past two months, while continuing to trap or kill dolphins, turtles, and protected marine life.
Special counsel Robert Mueller has presented Trump's legal team with a list of questions as investigators seek an interview with the president.
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Trump White House associate George Nader was convicted of child porn charges in Virgina: "And in 2003 he was convicted on 10 counts of sexually abusing underage boys in the Czech Republic, the AP reported"
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Trump asked for $4 billion from Saudis for Syria
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Tim Fischer, former deputy prime minister who helped to pass landmark reforms after the 1996 Port Arthur massacre, says he believes a “wave” of firearm lobbying influenced by the US National Rifle Association is putting renewed pressure on Australian gun laws.
EU prepares revenue-based tax on tech giants to recover billions of euros from multinationals that divert their earnings to low-tax nations
'Immoral sentence': Salvadoran woman jailed for stillbirth set free after 14 years: Supreme court commutes Maira Verónica Figueroa Marroquín’s 30-year sentence for murder, calling it immoral and excessive
United States Army Has Spent 18 Months Preparing for War in Korea
Trump-linked data firm met with Russian executives: report
BBC News: Russia to expel 23 British diplomats
North Korea has started testing a nuclear reactor capable of making weapons-grade plutonium
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Facebook suspended Trump’s data operations team for misusing people’s personal information: Cambridge Analytica played a key role in the 2016 presidential election campaign
South Korea pushes to commercialize 10-gigabit Internet service.
Xi Jinping reappointed as China's president with no term limits.
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Hacker who gave up Wikileaks source dies
Russian employees come under pressure to vote - "Messages were sent Friday to multiple regional employees, urging them to fulfill their civic duty and report on when and where they voted. One message said employers would keep a running tally of the information and submit it to management."
Zimbabwe crowns first 'Miss Albino' in bid to tackle discrimination and stigma surrounding the condition. According to the UN, there have been over 600 attacks on people with albinism documented in 28 countries in sub-Saharan Africa over the past decade.
Russians vote as Vladimir Putin seeks tighter grip on power
China to bar people with bad 'social credit' from planes, trains
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Doctors are beaten, stabbed and killed as China's healthcare system comes under strain
London court rules UK spy behind Trump dossier must give evidence in U.S. libel trial
Myanmar: UN blames Facebook for spreading hatred of Rohingya: ‘Facebook has now turned into a beast’, says UN investigator, calling network a vehicle for ‘acrimony, dissension and conflict’
Reports: Israeli Air Force strikes Gaza Strip targets
Everest clean-up campaign aims to airlift 100 tonnes of waste - A clean-up campaign has begun at Mount Everest, aiming to airlift 100 tonnes of rubbish left behind by tourists and climbers of the world's highest mountain.
UK sets new wind power record as turbines deliver 14 gigawatts for first time – 37 per cent of nation's electricity - National Grid confirms highest metered wind output ever recorded
Banks, energy and water companies are on maximum alert over threat of serious cyber-attack from Moscow as concern continues over safety of Russian exiles in UK. Fears have prompted round-the-clock threat assessments by UK’s financial sector, energy firms and GCHQ.
Israeli jets said to strike Gaza, hours after bomb explodes on border
Officials: US Strikes Kill 35 IS Militants in Afghanistan
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6 months after Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico pleads for help
Maduro challenger shakes up Venezuela's presidential vote
108 soyfox Have a read of the post in the [korea subreddit]( to know whats going on. I wish people would know the context a little bit more before they build a story out of the headline.
9 paulfromatlanta Korean companies may be engaging in unfair trade practices - but an 80% tariff is not sustainable.
153 Cyncalone Truth is. A lot of asia is worming with the chinese and the chinese have been building bridges lately. Nafta was kinda floating up in the air with a lot of issues being pushed by US not being so popular. With the recent uncloseting of prez trump as a bigot and the response from Mexico and other parts of the world , this would be the perfect time for the chinese to push and gain ground against the west.
5 SemperVenari 1 2 3 4,i declare a trade war!
48 MorethanEver- Expect more of this as we systematically write ourselves out of the real world
6 CipherDaBanana Seeing a more Ghost In The Shell type of world coming about
4 evilfisher half of these comments at the button proves sanctions on the U.S is the least we could do, the response with arrogance and edgyness on how nothing can hurt them and how they can do whatever they want. and we have already seen this demonstrated all over the world with millions of deaths caused by this. no. this attitude clearly is the reason why Trump won, And the reason why the U.S needs to get disarmed and pushed of its high horse. so they can start acting like everyone else.
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1 dirtymoney oh no!!!!!
1 TravelinJebus If this effects Korean beer prices...I'm gonna somehow be even more upset with this president...
1 Samuelgora All that these countries have to do is look at Taiwan as an example of how their relationship is gonna be with China. Just because China is an option doesnt mean they should actually take it.