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Nicholas Kristof says North Korea has "galvanized for war"

When New York Times op-ed columnist Nicholas Kristof trafficked North Korea recently, the five-day outing incited out to be “very different” from his before two visits. “North Korea is always a weird place and there’s always a certain volume of over-the-top rhetoric. But this time the country has really galvanized for war,” Kristof pronounced Thursday on “CBS This Morning.” “There’s …

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Tourist fears he was early victim of Cuba poser attack

CHARLESTON, S.C. — Chris Allen’s phone started buzzing as word pennyless that invisible attacks in Cuba had hit a U.S. supervision worker at Havana’s Hotel Capri. Allen’s friends and family had listened an eerily identical story from him before.  The traveller from South Carolina had cut brief his outing to Cuba two years progressing after insensibility widespread by all 4 …

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Top tiers of Rome’s Colosseum to open to public

Rome’s Colosseum has been around for two millennia, but the perspective from its aloft tiers has not been seen for 4 decades. That will change in Nov when the fourth and fifth tiers of the Colosseum are strictly non-stop to the public, reports CBS News match Seth Doane. During the Roman Empire, the opposite tiers served specific audiences.  “The first …

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Russian antithesis divided over TV host’s presidential bid

MOSCOW — A presidential bid by a luminary Russian TV horde drew opposing reactions from the country’s beleaguered antithesis Thursday, with some accusing her of personification into the Kremlin’s hands and others welcoming her move.  Although President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, denied that the Kremlin has speedy Ksenia Sobchak to run, some antithesis total contend her pierce would concede …

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What we know about the lethal waylay in Niger

PENTAGON — The American soldiers killed in Niger were assisting that country’s military fight Islamic militants. The accurate sum of the Niger ambush have been delayed to emerge, including the military’s evident response. After the bodies of 3 American soldiers were brought out, Pentagon officials believed that Sgt. La David Johnson was still alive somewhere on the battlefield. For several hours, …

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New sum about Niger waylay that killed 4 soldiers

October 19, 2017, 6:43 PM| The American soldiers killed in Niger were assisting the country’s military fight Islamic militants. Details of the waylay have been delayed to emerge, including the military’s evident response. David Martin reports on what we know so far.

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"The bulk of the plea is daunting" in the predicament of Rohingya children, UNICEF says

UNITED NATIONS — In further to 582,000 Rohingya refugees who have poured into Bangladesh camps given late August, a UNICEF report released Thursday says that 12,000 children are leaving Myanmar weekly, where cholera infection is increasing. “Many Rohingya interloper children in Bangladesh have witnessed atrocities in Myanmar no child should ever see, and all have suffered extensive loss,” UNICEF executive executive Anthony Lake …

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In Africa, a new arms in the fight against meridian change: drones

The stating of this story was finished probable by a brotherhood from the International Women’s Media Foundation Great Lakes Fellowship (IWMF). Nine thousand miles divided from Trump Tower and Hillary Clinton’s email server, Aboud Jumbe watched the 2016 presidential election closely. As policy executive for Zanzibar’s Ministry of Lands, Water, Energy and Environment, Jumbe’s day-to-day concerns embody rising and warming …

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Zimbabwe dictator’s first lady sues over $1.35M diamond ring

Diamonds are forever, but the wife of Zimbabwe’s longtime dictator is suing over one that never was. Grace Mugabe is suing a salesman who offered her a 100-carat gem after the ring never materialized, according to state media in the southern African country. She said in court papers that Lebanese businessman Jamal Joseph Hamed offered her instead a less extravagant …

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Most Americans contend tact is pivotal to palliate N. Korea issues: poll

The infancy of Americans trust tact is the best way to palliate tensions with North Korea, according to a new check expelled Thursday. Sixty-four percent of people remonstrate with President Trump’s explain that Secretary of State Tillerson is “wasting his time trying to negotiate with Little Rocket Man,” Trump’s pet name for North Korean personality Kim Jong Un. Earlier this …

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