tinyfav.com
tinyfav.com April 23, 2018


Trump Says Russia 'Not Helping' On North Korea; Russia Fires Back

18 December 2017, 12:57 | Myrtle Vega

Polish Official Says Putin Responsible for Plane Crash That Killed President

MAY 29 2017 FILE

Putin also noted during the news conference that he calls Trump "Donald" when they talk and that Trump calls him by his first name.

"With all due respect to those in opposition to President Trump in the United States, these are objective factors".

During his remarks in Moscow, Mr Putin said that growing markets have demonstrated investors' confidence in Mr Trump's economic course. "My worst enemies, they walk out [from sessions of Congress commissions] and they say 'There is no collusion, but we'll continue to look'". "This means they trust what President Trump is doing in this area".

The US political establishment has been wary of any close contacts between the White House and the Kremlin amid the ongoing investigation into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and allegations that Trump's election team colluded with Moscow.

Coming amid growing pressure from special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation during the 2016 election, Trump's chummy call with Putin is sure to raise eyebrows.

"What did someone see that was egregious about this?"

India beat Sri Lanka by 141 in 2nd ODI
A combination of deft touches, free flowing strokes and picking gaps with precision makes him a viable option going forward. Rohit credited the Indian team's strength and conditioning coach Shankar Basu's role. "My strength is timing the ball".

Senate Dems' campaign arm: Trends seen in Alabama emerging across US
Moore said his campaign is collecting "numerous reported cases of voter fraud" to send to the secretary of state's office. The election must undergo a certification process that will make sure votes are valid.

Dennis Rodman: I Know What North Korea Wants
He also appeared multiple times on " Celebrity Apprentice " when Trump hosted the show and endorsed Trump in his presidential bid. A United States military official said: "That the North Koreans have biological agents is knows, by various means".

Macierewicz said in a Thursday interview with Polish Radio 24: "Coming from the mouth of the leader a country that is responsible for. the Smolensk tragedy, such words are really shocking".

During his press conference, President Putin praised Trump for making some "major achievements" since he took office.

During the phone call, the two presidents also discussed working together to resolve the "very dangerous" situation in North Korea, the White House said.

Later, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called for a "sustained cessation of North Korea's threatening behaviour" before talks could occur between Washington and Pyongyang.

Nebenzya also returned fire over the US accusation that Russian Federation is not doing enough to resolve the standoff, repeating Moscow's accusation that joint military exercises conducted by the United States and South Korea have contributed to the tensions and should be stopped temporarily while North Korea stops weapons testing to show that both sides are ready to discuss peace.

Mr Trump has repeatedly said all options remain on the table.



Other News

Trending Now

Global oil supply rises to highest level in 2017
OPEC nevertheless believes that an overhang of global stocks will dwindle next year, "arriving at a balanced market by late 2018". The prices for the majority of USA oil were an upset today even with the dwindling number of inventories that were recorded.

Salvation Army to distribute donated toys from warehouse
Among the services that depend upon the annual Red Kettle campaign include a food panty that provides grocery assistance. The warehouse at 901 Trade St. has about 19,000 square feet, and the Salvation Army is using about half of that space.

Cabinet nod for triple talaq Bill
The bill will also give women right to seek maintenance in case of Triple Talaq . So, it should not be the matter of ego for the Muslim Personal Law Board.

Russell Simmons Accused of Rape by 3 Women
The paper quoted a fourth woman, Christina Moore , who accused Simmons of groping her during a brief encounter in Miami in 2014. He said he would "relentlessly fight against any untruthful character assassination that paints me as a man of violence".

Facebook changes news feed to boost videos
Facebook will continue ad breaks in videos lasting at least three minutes, but planned to delay showing ads for at least a minute. Facebook is embracing pre-rolls after years of shunning them as it tries to make payouts to video creators sustainable.

PBS suspends 'Tavis Smiley' show amid allegations of sexual misconduct
Other high-profile figures in public broadcasting have also faced allegations of misconduct in recent months. Likewise, eight women accused Charlie Rose , another PBS alumnus, of sexual misconduct.

Turkey condemns attack on Somali police academy
Somalia's militant group Al-Shabab has been blamed for the massive truck bombing in the capital in October that left 512 dead. Earlier, the head of a local ambulance service said they had moved the bodies of 13 victims as well as 15 injured people.

At least 1 injured, 1 in custody after explosion in Manhattan
In September, an attack on a London train injured 29 (paywall) when a bomb concealed in a bucket exploded during rush hour . New York Governor Andrew Cuomo , speaking at a news conference near the site, described the device as "amateur level".

Facebook to overhaul how it pays tax worldwide
The company is expected to start paying tax on its local operations across roughly 30 jurisdictions outside the United States. He described the move as a "large undertaking" that will require significant resources to implement around the world.

France cautious over U.S. 'evidence' on Iran weaponry in Yemen
With US support, a Saudi-led coalition has been fighting the Houthis on behalf of Yemen's internationally recognized government. Ambassador to the United Nations , said it's an "open question" whether the U.S. will send its team to North Korea".