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In April, Kim Sang Duk, also known as Tony Kim, was also detained for "hostile acts" while trying to fly out of Pyongyang International Airport. Kim Hak-song, who was taken into custody Saturday (May 6), taught at Pyongyang University of Science and Technology .
  • First Daughter Tiffany Trump Will Attend Georgetown Law School

    First Daughter Tiffany Trump Will Attend Georgetown Law School

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    And USA Today notes that Tiffany will be among two Trump children starting school in DC in the fall, when 11-year-old half-brother Barron moves from NY. Last year, she posted a picture of her LSAT prep books with the phrase "I got this", which garnered more than 7,000 likes on Instagram . The 23-year-old chose Georgetown Law over Harvard, a Trump family spokesperson told Politico.
  • Macron honors man killed by French far-right

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    Reacting to the violent scenes, Ms Le Pen said on Twitter: "This is the sort of mess. that I no longer want to see on our streets". She called for France to reclaim its "independence" from the European Union but made no mention of her proposal to drop the euro, the part of her campaign platform which is the least popular with voters, and which she has played down in recent days.
  • 85-year-old aiming to be oldest Everest climber dies

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    An 85-year-old Nepali man has died while attempting to regain his title as the oldest person to climb Mount Everest, officials said. However, his record was broken in 2013 by 80-year-old Japanese climber Yuichiro Miura. Before leaving to the Everest Base Camp, the visibly confident Sherchan had said that though he was old in terms of age, he still had the courage to ascend the Everest.
  • France Elections: Le Pen Steps Aside As National Front Leader

    France Elections: Le Pen Steps Aside As National Front Leader

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    EU leaders also lined up to back the neoliberal Mr Macron, with EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker warning that Ms Le Pen "seeks its destruction". My battle is to defeat Marine Le Pen ", Macron told reporters after visiting a hospital west of Paris . "I am the only one who can guarantee the French's protection", she added.
  • Tillerson seeks action on NKorea as he meets SE Asia bloc

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    US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson poses with ASEAN foreign ministers prior to a luncheon at the State Department in Washington, DC, on May 4, 2017. He said China has an "important role" to play, and ASEAN has not yet discussed reducing the North Korean diplomatic presence in their countries. "Our immediate concern is to try and ensure the tension on the peninsula doesn't increase.
  • A look at the House Republican health care bill

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    While the House GOP may be celebrating, the majority of Americans most likely are not. But for replacement bill, the American Health Care Act, to become a law, it still needs to pass the Senate , where it could run into some Democrats who will oppose it in any shape as well as unhappy Republicans, and there are no guarantees it will complete the course.
  • Kerala govt reinstates TP Senkumar as DGP after Supreme Court censure

    Kerala govt reinstates TP Senkumar as DGP after Supreme Court censure

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    The apex court had ordered the reappointment of Senkumar as the DGP in charge of law and ordered on April 24. In an order issued on April 24 by a division bench comprising Justice Madan B Lokur and Justice Deepak Gupta , the government was directed to reinstate TP Senkumar as the Police Chief of the state.
  • In the concert of nations, can Trump orchestrate a deal?

    In the concert of nations, can Trump orchestrate a deal?

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    White House spokesman Sean Spicer said Trump was looking forward to the meeting and "showcasing the enduring bonds, deep friendship and close alliance the United States has with Australia". While Duterte has yet to officially accept Trump's invitation to visit the White House, global critics have expressed alarm over the reported offer, saying that Washington should instead condemn the Philippine leader's war against illegal drugs that resulted in thousands of deaths.
  • Syria rebels return to peace talks

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    The zones, according to the proposal, would be monitored by worldwide observers and allow for the voluntary return of refugees. Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) meets with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Sochi, Russia , May 3, 2017.
  • Philippines says Trump called Duterte to affirm alliance

    Philippines says Trump called Duterte to affirm alliance

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    President Trump invited the President of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte, to visit him, the White House announced Saturday. Trump is scheduled to visit the Philippines in November to participate in a summit with the Association of South East Asian Nations.
  • Turkey's president rejoins ruling party after referendum win

    Turkey's president rejoins ruling party after referendum win

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    Under Turkey's former constitution, the head of state had to sever ties with their political party and Erdoğan had to leave the AKP when he became president in August 2014 after more than a decade as premier. "If you do not open them: Goodbye". The "chapters" are the policy areas that are being addressed in the long-running membership talks. "First you have to handle these chapters and fulfill your promises".
  • Zidane says people should stop Le Pen in French election

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    Like Zidane, others have not endorsed him explicitly but urged voters not to back Le Pen. The man appointed to replace Marine Le Pen as leader of the far-right Front National party has quit the job after just three days over accusations that he denied the existence of gas chambers in the Second World War.
  • McDonald's order trips up Facebook slaying suspect

    McDonald's order trips up Facebook slaying suspect

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    Stephens allegedly killed 74-year-old Robert Godwin Sr.in Cleveland Sunday afternoon and later posted a video of the killing on Facebook, according to police. He took his McNuggets and whipped out of the parking lot, almost hitting Gail Wheeler, 54, a retail operations manager from Erie who was on her way home from the grocery store.
  • Strong 6.2 magnitude earthquake jolts parts of Yukon and northwestern BC

    Strong 6.2 magnitude earthquake jolts parts of Yukon and northwestern BC

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    USGS geophysicist Amy Vaughan tells the Associated Press that it's not completely uncommon for an aftershock to be larger than the triggering quake, though normally, following quakes are smaller. There have been no reports of damage or any injuries, though power is out in a number of areas. The second was even shallower, less than a kilometre beneath the surface in more or less the same area and as strong as magnitude 6.3.