North Korea Threatens to Call Off Summit Meeting With Trump

North Korea Threatens to Call Off Summit Meeting With Trump

Joel S. Wit, a senior fellow at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies who negotiated with North Korea during the Clinton administration, said Mr. Kim was pulling a page from Mr. Trump’s playbook. “It’s probably them acting like...
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Ajay Devgn is the latest victim of a WhatsApp death hoax

Ajay Devgn is the latest victim of a WhatsApp death hoax

A message did the rounds that the aircraft, Ajay Devgn was travelling in had crashed Ajay Devgn Like many other Bollywood stars before, Ajay Devgn was the latest victim of a  WhatsApp death hoax. Late Monday night, a message did the...
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Furness hospital baby deaths: Midwifery council criticised

Furness hospital baby deaths: Midwifery council criticised

Image copyright PA Image caption Joshua Titcombe died from sepsis nine days after being born at Furness General Hospital The midwifery regulator took too long to act on concerns about midwives at a hospital resulting in “avoidable deaths”, a report...
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Venezuela crisis: Cereal maker Kellogg ends operations

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Kellogg’s Corn Flakes could now be in short supply in this Caracas supermarket US-based cereal maker Kellogg says it is pulling out of Venezuela because of the economic deterioration in the country. Workers said they...
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Fatal rugby injuries are rare, expert says after P.E.I. high schooler’s death 

Fatal rugby injuries are rare, expert says after P.E.I. high schooler’s death 

Canadian rugby associations, and some of the sport’s most prominent players, are expressing condolences to the family of a P.E.I. high school athlete who died after what one expert says was a “rare” serious injury. Brodie McCarthy, 18, sustained a...
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N Korea cancels talks with South Korea and warns US

N Korea cancels talks with South Korea and warns US

North Korea has cancelled high-level talks with South Korea because of anger over military exercises, state media reports. The North’s official KCNA news agency said the exercises between the US and the South were a “provocation”. It also war...
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EU paid Airbus billions in illegal subsidies, WTO rules

EU paid Airbus billions in illegal subsidies, WTO rules

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Airbus’ A380 was unfairly subsidised, WTO says The World Trade Organisation (WTO) has ruled that the European Union (EU) failed to comply with requests to end subsidies for Airbus. The US Trade Representative (U...
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