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China, US agree on direct military communication

China and the United States have reached an agreement to improve their direct military communication to lower chances of “miscalculations” and accidental military confrontations amid the crisis on the Korean Peninsula. The so-called Joint Strategic Dialogue Mechanism Agreement was signed in China’s capital of Beijing on Tuesday by US Chairman of ...

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Haley repeats Washington’s anti-Iran claims

US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley has reiterated previous accusations leveled against Iran over its nuclear program and the violation of UN Security Council resolutions. Haley claimed Tuesday that Iran should not be allowed “to use the nuclear deal to hold the world hostage,” adding that Tehran’s nuclear deal ...

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Pence says ‘not aware’ of any Russia-Trump collusion

US Vice President Mike pence says he is “not aware” of any collusion between President Donald Trump’s campaign and the Russian government, noting that the White House was going to fully cooperate with investigations in this regard. “During all of my experience on the campaign, I never witnessed any evidence ...

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Thousands attend anti-Trump, anti-racism rallies across US

Thousands of people across the US have taken part in protests against President Donald Trump and hate groups after white supremacists incited a bloody demonstration over the weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia. Anti-Trump protesters shouted “Shame!, Shame! Shame” and “No KKK, No Fascist USA, No Trump!” on Monday as they awaited the ...

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US government demands data on visitors of anti-Trump website

The US Justice Department has requested information on some 1.3 million visitors of a so-called resistance website used to organize protests against President Donald Trump, in what privacy advocates say is an unconstitutional “fishing expedition” for political dissidents. The Los Angeles-based web hosting company Dreamhost revealed the investigation in a ...

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Trump orders probe of China’s intellectual property practices

US President Donald Trump has ordered an investigation into China’s alleged theft of intellectual property, although the measure is unlikely to prompt near-term change. Trump signed an order on Monday that authorizes the trade inquiry, the first direct trade measure by the White House against China. Trump called the inquiry ...

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US protestors topple Confederate statue in North Carolina

American protesters have toppled a Confederate monument in Durham, North Carolina, amid growing tensions between human rights activists and white supremacists in the country. The statue was pulled down and kicked by the protesters on Monday, just days after a life was lost in a counter protest against the so-called nationalists in ...

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Mattis, Tillerson make US stance on North Korea more confusing

The heads of US State and Defense Departments, Rex Tillerson and James Mattis, say they are pushing for a “peaceful pressure campaign” on North Korea, breaking with President Donald Trump who has warned Pyongyang of “fire and fury” amid an ongoing standoff. “The US is willing to negotiate with Pyongyang,” ...

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