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No peace treaty has been signed to replace the 1953 armistice that ended the Korean War, and the USA and North Korea have been at loggerheads since formal hostilities ended. Reclusive North Korea is pursuing nuclear and missile programmes in defiance of UN Security Council sanctions and has made no secret of its plans to develop a missile capable of hitting the USA mainland.
  • Two die in separate domestic stabbings in London

    Two die in separate domestic stabbings in London

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    Saturday. An London Ambulance Service spokesman added: â€We were called to Head Street to reports of a stabbing. A man in his 20s has been arrested on suspicion of murder over the Brixton attack and is now in custody. Police say the woman's next of kin are aware and it is believed the victim and suspect knew each other. "Officers from the Homicide and Major Crime Command have been informed".
  • Officials Trade Charges as Chemical Inspectors Fail to Reach Douma

    Officials Trade Charges as Chemical Inspectors Fail to Reach Douma

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    The statement comes after a night of bombing, which saw US, French, and British forces launch missiles at sites including a military facility outside Homs and a suspected research center in the capital, Damascus. A fact-finding mission by the UN's chemical weapons watchdog has arrived in Damascus. The OPCW had recorded 390 allegations of the use of banned chemicals in Syria since 2014 he said, and a failure by the OPCW to act risked allowing "further barbaric use of chemical weapons".
  • Why the Colorado marijuana tax doesn't benefit teachers' pay

    Why the Colorado marijuana tax doesn't benefit teachers' pay

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    According to the National Education Association, Colorado teachers average $US46,000 per year, and rural-based Colorado teachers can make as little as $US30,000. A day they hope will show signs of progress. It is not a coincidence these movements took place in Republican-led states in which tax cuts take precedence over funding education .
  • Pentagon denies air base was Assaulted by U.S. outside Homs

    Pentagon denies air base was Assaulted by U.S. outside Homs

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    A top Russian chemical weapons protection expert, Igor Kirillov said experts from Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons are set to visit Douma tomorrow. Meanwhile, the Syrian state TV aired still image of what it said was the air defences intercepting the missiles. Following reports of an Israeli strike, an Israeli military spokesman said: "I'm not aware of such an incident".
  • ConocoPhillips (COP) Sets New 52-Week High and Low at $65.55

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    About 8.53M shares traded or 44.75% up from the average. ConocoPhillips (NYSE: COP ) operates under Energy sector, shares price surged 2.62% during latest trading session. HENRY I. PATRICIA also sold $155,943 worth of BB&T Corporation (NYSE:BBT) on Tuesday, March 6. In its first note to PAH investors on November 15th, 2017, Platform Specialty Products Corporation said the stock is Neutral.
  • Reacting to Eric Kendricks' contract extension (ep 314)

    Reacting to Eric Kendricks' contract extension (ep 314)

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    Much of that has come in the way from the stout defense that the front office has constructed. MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - The Minnesota Vikings have signed linebacker Eric Kendricks to a multiyear contract extension. He's led the team in tackling every year since being drafted. Kendricks has been a huge part in helping the Vikings become one of the league's top defenses over the last couple of seasons.
  • Russian hackers start targeting critical United Kingdom national infrastructure

    Russian hackers start targeting critical United Kingdom national infrastructure

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    Though the governments are not sure how many devices have been compromised by the hackers nor what the objective is, the targeting affects millions of devices globally, officials said on a call with reporters Monday morning. Martin said the attacks could be designed for spying, stealing intellectual property or possibly "prepositioning for use in times of heightened tension".
  • Emmanuel Macron's decision to hit Syria sparks debate in France

    Emmanuel Macron's decision to hit Syria sparks debate in France

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    Macron said the strikes were legal and an act to implement global resolutions and enforce worldwide law and not to declare war on Syrian regime. On Thursday, sitting in a primary school in Normandy where he was giving his first TV interview in months, Macron said France now had proof the Syrian government had been involved.
  • Modi leaves for Sweden on his three-nation tour of Europe

    Modi leaves for Sweden on his three-nation tour of Europe

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    Prime Minister Narendra Modi has arrived in the capital of Sweden, where he will jointly organise the India-Nordic Summit in Stockholm . "It reflects the importance the UK attaches to the visit and shows the mature level of India-UK ties", said an official involved with the preparations for the visit.
  • Armed robbery reported Monday morning in Moline

    Armed robbery reported Monday morning in Moline

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    Baker, 41, with no permanent address, should be considered "armed and unsafe", police spokesman Joel DeSpain said, urging anyone who sees him or the vehicle he allegedly stole to call 911, not Crime Stoppers. The suspect is seen dressed in black clothing and covering his face with a handkerchief in all of the robberies. Detectives encourage anyone with information about these robberies to call the Norfolk Crime Line at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP.
  • Mother who intentionally drove family off cliff was drunk

    Mother who intentionally drove family off cliff was drunk

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    All eight are presumed dead, police said. The Sheriff added that searchers were continuing to search for the missing family members and their vehicle which is believed to still be submerged somewhere in the Eel River. The body was found seven miles downstream from the location where it was reported to the California Highway Patrol at 1:10 p.m. last Friday that a vehicle went over a steep embankment on U.S.