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World Will continue working with Russia, China to deal with North Korea diplomatically
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North Korea, the USA and South Korea should exercise restraint and make right choice to de-escalate tensions in the Korean peninsula, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Sunday. Speaking about the economic sanctions announced by the UN Security Council , Tillerson said: "We hope again that this ultimately will result in North Korea coming to the conclusion to choose a different pathway, and when the conditions are right then we can sit and have a dialogue around the future of North ...

Author: 0 Australian government votes to stick to public vote on marriage equality

Mr Broadbent made the comments in a statement to The Express on Friday ahead of today's emergency Liberal Party meeting to discuss the issue. Details were sketchy on Monday afternoon as to the format and legal basis for the postal vote, but it is understood the Government has advice a postal vote is legal.

World Typhoon Noru Threatens Widespread Flooding Across Japan
Author: 0 Typhoon Noru Threatens Widespread Flooding Across Japan

The typhoon, with central atmospheric pressure at 970 hectopascals, had winds at a speed of 30 metres per second near its centre, with gusts reaching almost 45 metres per second, Xinhua news agency quoted the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) as saying.

World Singer Mollie King revealed as first contestant for Strictly Come Dancing 2017
Author: 0 Singer Mollie King revealed as first contestant for Strictly Come Dancing 2017

Saturday star said she is "so excited" to star in the dancing competition . "The other girls don't know... well they do now", she told Grimshaw . I'm literally so excited to learn latin and ballroom dancing, and of course I can't wait to get into the sequins too! And Mollie might be able to get some advice from her Saturdays bandmate Frankie Bridge , who took part in the BBC One show back in 2014.

World North Korea rejects South's talks offer: Yonhap
Author: 0 North Korea rejects South's talks offer: Yonhap

Foreign ministers of member states of Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) on Saturday ignored Washington's call to downgrade diplomatic ties with North Korea, choosing instead to reiterate its "grave concern" over regional tensions.

World UN Syria investigator Carla del Ponte quits over lack of political backing
Author: 0 UN Syria investigator Carla del Ponte quits over lack of political backing

Talking to the Swiss magazine Blick, she expressed frustration about the independent Commission of Inquiry on Syria and criticised President Bashar Assad's government, the Syrian opposition and the worldwide community. "We thought the worldwide community had learned from Rwanda, but no, it learned nothing". "But no, it learned nothing". "Everyone in Syria is on the bad side".

World Typhoon Noru heading for Kyushu, set to lash western Japan
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That has allowed parts of the Ryukyu Islands to receive some massive rainfall, not least in Naze where an incredible 504mm of rain was recorded in the 24 hours up to 06:00 GMT on Saturday. The large swells and heavy seas are likely to cause flooding across the Ryukyu Islands, as well as the Pacific coasts of Kyushu, Shikoku and Honshu.

World Why Congress Has Until August 21 to Pass Obamacare Repeal - or Bailout
Author: 0 Why Congress Has Until August 21 to Pass Obamacare Repeal - or Bailout

Alexander's announcement was the first tangible indication of cooperation between the parties since Republican efforts to scrap the Affordable Care Act collapsed in the Senate last week. Representative Chris Collins, a Republican of NY, a top ally of Trump's in Congress, said on CNN on Monday that he had suggested to Trump that he end the payments.

World Mueller Looks at Whether Flynn Was Secretly Paid by Turkey
Author: 0 Mueller Looks at Whether Flynn Was Secretly Paid by Turkey

In a previous disclosure to House investigators Flynn reported receiving almost $68,000 in fees and expenses from Russia-related entities in 2015. Former U.S. Flynn - who was ousted mere weeks after being named Trump's national security adviser over mischaracterizing contacts with Russian officials - is at the center of the Russia controversy plaguing the White House.

World Choose an ideal gift for your sister
Author: 0 Choose an ideal gift for your sister

Widows from Vrindavan would tie rakhi on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's wrist in Delhi on Monday on the occasion of Rakshabandhan that celebrates the brother-sister bond. It's the day when people celebrate the special type of love between brothers and sisters by tying a thread to wrists. In some communities, the brother and sister will then feed each other, before being congratulated by their gathered family members.

World Refugee found dead on Manus Island
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A refugee being held in an Australian immigration camp on Papua New Guinea has died. SBS World News was provided a letter dated August 6, 2016 from Doctor for Refugees that advised immigration officials of the man's condition. Though the man has not been identified as of yet, he is said to be an Iranian national. Asylum seeker advocates have called for the government to bring the asylum seekers to Australia.

World UP ATS arrests Bangladeshi terrorist from Muzaffarnagar
Author: 0 UP ATS arrests Bangladeshi terrorist from Muzaffarnagar

He was associated with the ABT and involved in preparing fake identity proofs of terrorists, especially from Bangladesh, and help them find safe hideouts in India, Arun said. "When we raided Faizan's home, he wasn't there but we found quite a few objectionable objects", he said. Faizan, however, could not traced by the team.

World Osprey mishap: US Marines aircraft located at Shoalwater Bay off Rockhampton
Author: 0 Osprey mishap: US Marines aircraft located at Shoalwater Bay off Rockhampton

Yesterday, U.S. military officials ended the search-and-rescue operation for Cross and two other Marines who were missing after their Osprey crashed into the sea off the east coast of Australia. "The Australian Government remains prepared to offer further support as required and our ADF remains at short notice readiness to support any further requests".

World White House: Trump 'not discussing' firing Mueller
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Special Counsel Robert Mueller, kindred spirit and close friend of the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director, has picked up where Comey left off in investigating the president and, apparently, anyone ever associated with him. Vice President Mike Pence on Sunday sought to tamp down speculation that he is preparing for his own 2020 White House bid, characterizing the notion as "both laughable and absurd".

World J&K: 3 arrested in Amarnath pilgrim attack case
Author: 0 J&K: 3 arrested in Amarnath pilgrim attack case

He said that the arrested accused have been produced before the court and have remanded in police custody. IG Khan said the terrorists had used code name "Shaukat" and "Bilal" for the attack. 157/2017 U/S 302, 307, 427, RPC 7/27 A.Act, 16, 18, 20, is complete now as we have identified all the involved in this incident and arrested the involved, said IGP.

World Peace in India and Pakistan is related to Kashmir: Khawaja Asif
Author: 0 Peace in India and Pakistan is related to Kashmir: Khawaja Asif

Addressing his first press conference at Pakistan Muslim League-N House in Sialkot since taking over his new role, Asif said both India and Afghanistan have failed to respond positively to Pakistan's desire for peace. He said that the foreign policy was in line with the wishes of Pakistanis and the country's interests. He said Pakistan is keen to establish friendly relations with Afghanistan but it is possible only with reciprocal efforts from the Afghan side.

Author: 0 Trump adviser Stephen Miller said eyed for comms chief role

Axios reports that Miller is not the top contender for the position. Mr Stephen Miller , a top aide and speechwriter for President Donald Trump , is a candidate to lead the White House's communications team after a series of personnel changes since Mr Trump became president.

World Teenager 'eaten' by mystery flesh eating bugs while paddling in the sea
Author: 0 Teenager 'eaten' by mystery flesh eating bugs while paddling in the sea

After just half an hour, he got out - to see his legs were covered in blood from the calves down. But he added: 'My first instinct was that I must have stepped on a rock. "We put them in an Esky and brought them home and looked at them intently and let them swim in white dishes with red meat", Jarrod said. But experts believe they are not the same crustacean that ate the skin off Sam's ankles.

World North Korea: China urges neighbour to stop missile tests
Author: 0 North Korea: China urges neighbour to stop missile tests

According to Wang, there are two major components of the resolution - one is to make a necessary response to North Korea's constant missile launch activities, which have violated UN resolutions, in a bid to check the Communist nation's nuclear and missile development programmes.

World North, South Korean top diplomats talk in Manila
Author: 0 North, South Korean top diplomats talk in Manila

North Korea has accused the USA and South Korea of escalating tensions by conducting military drills. Kang, South Korea's first female foreign minister, said any meeting with Ri would be an opportunity "to deliver our desire for the North to stop its provocations and positively respond to our recent special offers (for talks) aimed at establishing a peace regime".

Author: 0 Korea, S. Korea foreign ministers chat briefly in Manila

The new sanctions are meant to prevent export of north Korean iron, iron ore, lead, lead ore, fish and shellfish. On Monday, Kono is slated to participate in the ARF, an annual security gathering involving foreign ministers from almost 30 nations including China, Japan, South Korea, the United States and the ASEAN members.

World Amber Alert child from Oklahoma found safe in Converse
Author: 0 Amber Alert child from Oklahoma found safe in Converse

The parents were supposed to drop off Bracie on Friday, but officials said they don't believe Schivers and Springfield intended on doing so. They are believed to be driving a 2011 white Chevrolet C 15 pickup, with Oklahoma tag BQQ-657. Bracie is believed to be in danger because her parents have a history of substance abuse. Investigators realized the toddler was missing after deputies went to remove the child from the rural residence in the county.