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10 May 2018North Korea
North Korea sends three Americans home ahead of Trump-Kim meeting
Three Americans- Kim Dong-chul, Kim Hak-song, and Kim Sang-duk, held captive in North Korea reached the United States on Thursday with President Donald Trump appreciating the gesture of North's supreme leader, Kim Jong-un.
10 May 2018North Korea
Trump to welcome freed Korean Americans' return to US
US President Donald Trump is promising "quite a scene" when three Korean Americans detained in North Korea return to mainland US after more than a year in prison; their freedom is a bonus from the warming of relations between the longtime adversaries.
09 May 2018Antonio Guterres
UN Chief "deeply concerned" by US decision to exit Iran-nuclear-deal
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said he is "deeply concerned" over US President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw the US from the 2015 nuclear agreement with Iran, calling on all other nations to support the agreement and preserve the deal.
09 May 2018North Korea
Trump's decision to withdraw from Iran nuclear-deal, a mistake: Obama
President Trump's decision to walk away from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) is a mistake, former US President Barack Obama said, asserting that the deal negotiated by his administration had worked in rolling back Iran's nuclear program.
09 May 2018Iran
US pulls out of 'one-sided' Iran nuclear deal
The US, in a major move, has pulled out of the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran, saying sanctions would be reimposed on the country's oil sector, precious metals trade, aircraft exports, and its attempts to buy American banknotes.
08 May 2018H-1B Visa
Indians got 74.2% H-1B visas in 2017, China at 9%
Recent trends in US' H-1B visas reveal India still remains their largest subscriber: in 2016, Indians made up 74.2% of the total visas issued, which increased to 75.6% in 2017.
08 May 2018Vladimir Putin
Trump congratulates Vladimir Putin on inauguration of his fourth term
US President Donald Trump has congratulated his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on being sworn in for a fourth term, saying he looks forward to a time when the two nations can have a good relationship.
08 May 2018New York City
New York attorney-general, who supported #MeToo, resigns after harassment allegations
Eric Schneiderman, New York Attorney General resigned after four women leveled physical abuse allegations against him.
07 May 2018South Korea
President Trump, Kim Jong-un likely to meet in Singapore
US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un are likely to meet in Singapore next month, reports said Monday, as anticipation builds for unprecedented talks between the mercurial leaders.
05 May 2018South Korea
North Korea changes time zone to match South Korea's
After last week's historic North Korea-South Korea summit, Pyongyang has changed its time zone to match South Korea's, said a release by the state media.
04 May 2018Stormy Daniels
Donald Trump changes story, acknowledges pay-off to Stormy Daniels
In three tweets, Donald Trump acknowledged money was paid to adult movie star Stormy Daniels, but it shouldn't be considered a campaign contribution.
04 May 2018North Korea
Republicans nominate Trump for Nobel Peace prize
Eighteen House Republicans have formally nominated President Donald Trump for 2019 Nobel Peace Prize, by sending a letter to Norwegian Nobel committee, for denuclearizing the Korean peninsula.
03 May 2018San Francisco
Trump's naked statue auctioned for a whopping $28,000
The last naked statue of President Donald Trump was sold for $28,000 (Rs. 18.66 L) to a paranormal investigator, who plans to place it Zak Bagans' The Haunted Museum in Las Vegas.
03 May 2018Las Vegas
Nine dead after US military plane crashes near Savannah airport
An aging US military cargo plane carrying nine troops was destroyed in a fiery crash as it made its final scheduled flight before being mothballed, officials said.
03 May 2018United States of America
Cambridge Analytica shuts down operations after Facebook scandal
Cambridge Analytica, the political research firm accused of using personal information of 87 million Facebook users without consent to manipulate voters ahead of the 2016 US Presidential elections, is shutting down.
02 May 2018Narendra Modi
PM Modi twice as popular on Facebook as Trump: Study
PM Modi is far ahead of other world leaders, including US President Donald Trump, when it comes to popularity on Facebook, according to a study which said 43.2 million people follow the Indian premier on the social media.
02 May 2018Snoop Dogg
Kanye West: African American slavery may have been a "choice"
American rap artist Kanye West has said the historic enslavement of African Americans that took place over centuries may have been a "choice", during an interview with entertainment site TMZ.
02 May 2018Boko Haram
Nigeria: Twin suicide attacks kill over 60 in Mubi
A day after US President Donald Trump pledged greater support to fight the Islamist militants, suicide bombers killed over 60 people at a mosque and a market in northeast Nigeria on Tuesday, in a twin attack bearing the hallmarks of Boko Haram.
01 May 2018Kalpana Chawla
American hero Kalpana Chawla continues to inspire millions: President Trump
US President Donald Trump has hailed Indian-origin Kalpana Chawla as an American hero for devoting her life to Space Shuttle program and its various missions transporting cargo and crew to and from International Space Station.
01 May 2018Iran
Have new 'proof' of Iran's secret nuclear weapons program: Netanyahu
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu said in a televised address today he had new "proof" of an Iranian nuclear weapons plan that could be activated at any time, as US considers whether to pull out of atomic accord with Tehran.
01 May 2018India
US agrees to sell India Predator-drones, but New Delhi hesitant
Days after the Donald Trump administration agreed to ease the US' weapons sale procedure, it has said it will supply Predator-B drones to India, the world's largest weapons buyer, so it can locate and shoot targets across seas and land borders.
01 May 2018North Korea
As Koreans iron out differences, Trump may receive Nobel Prize?
The world witnessed a historic handshake between North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in, on Friday.
29 Apr 2018South Korea
Kim to shut down nuclear test site in May
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has vowed to shut down the country's nuclear test site in May and open the process to experts and journalists from South Korea and the United States, Seoul's Presidential office said today.
29 Apr 2018Israel
For American embassy inauguration in Jerusalem, Trump may visit Israel
The President of United States, Donald Trump recently said he may visit Jerusalem for the US embassy inauguration on May 14.
28 Apr 2018Moon
NASA cancels robotic mission that was to mine lunar poles
NASA has scrapped its only planned robotic mission to the moon's surface called Resource Prospector.
27 Apr 2018Kim Jong un
US hopes inter-Korean talks would achieve progress towards peace, prosperity
The White House today voiced hope that the historic summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in will achieve progress towards a future of peace and prosperity for the Peninsula.
26 Apr 2018Twitter
Amid haters, Trump has found a new friend in Kanye
The Kanye West-Donald Trump Twitter bromance might be most controversial yet on the micro-blogging website.
25 Apr 2018Spain
Trump's female lookalike is breaking the internet and how!
We are kidding you not.
24 Apr 2018White House
Pompeo gets key Congressional panel's nod for Secretary of State
President Donald Trump's nominee for Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Tuesday narrowly won a key Congressional panel nod after a leading Republican senator supported him at the last minute, paving the way for the CIA Director to become America's top diplomat.
21 Apr 2018South Korea
North Korea is done with nuclear tests, says Kim Jong-un
Ahead of landmark diplomatic meetings with South Korea and the US, North Korea has declared its nuclearization is "complete" and it therefore "no longer needs" to test its weapons.
20 Apr 2018Michael Flynn
According to Comey memos, Putin told Trump about 'Russian hookers'
Donald Trump's conversation with the now-former FBI director James Comey (which he noted and have been obtained by Associated Press), make startling revelations.
19 Apr 2018North Korea
Will leave meeting with Kim, if it's not fruitful: Trump
US President Donald Trump has expressed optimism about his planned summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un but also said he would be willing to walk out if the meeting fails to meet his expectation.
18 Apr 2018South Korea
Trump gives 'blessing' to North-South Korean peace treaty talks
US President Donald Trump gave his "blessing" to talks aimed at formally ending the war on the Korean peninsula today, setting the stage for a major diplomatic breakthrough at a series of upcoming summits.
17 Apr 2018Kendrick Lamar
2018 Pulitzer Prizes: #MeToo coverage, Kendrick Lamar and more
Kendrick Lamar created history by becoming the first rap artist to receive the Pulitzer Award for Music on Monday, generally accorded to jazz and classical artists, for his album 'DAMN'.
17 Apr 2018Barack Obama
Trump's ban on transgender troops on hold until trial: Judge
A US judge in Seattle has ordered President Donald Trump not to ban transgender troops from serving in the military, saying it's unclear whether recent changes to his administration's policy are constitutional.
16 Apr 2018Hillary Clinton
Calling ex-FBI-chief Comey 'slime-ball' on Twitter, Trump loses cool, again
US President Donald Trump lost his cool on Twitter on Sunday morning, attacking the now ousted FBI director James Comey, calling him 'slippery' and the 'worst FBI director in history'.
16 Apr 2018Hillary Clinton
Trump "morally unfit" to be US president: Former FBI director
Donald Trump is "morally unfit" to be the President of the United States, former FBI director James Comey said during an ABC interview.
14 Apr 2018Syria
Trump says 'mission accomplished', Syrians celebrate 'victory on streets'
Hours after the US, France and Britain launched unprecedented joint air-strikes on Damascus early Saturday morning, thousands of Syrians assembled at landmark squares in an act of defiance.
14 Apr 2018Syria
US, UK and France launch missile strikes on Syria
Acting on his previous threat, US President Donald Trump has ordered a military attack against Syria, joining allies UK and France. These strikes are in response to a suspected chemical attack on Syrian town of Douma last week.
14 Apr 2018Russia News
Russia warns US of "dangerous" escalation over Syria
After a recent chemical attack near Damascus, US President Donald Trump threatened Russia to be prepared for missiles being fired at Syria.