China reports progress on South China Sea code of conduct

Lin added that the issue should be dealt with through multilateral discussions, based on the principles of shelving differences and seeking joint development of resources. Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella said the attempt of President Rodrigo Duterte to raise the issue of possible oil exploration in the West Philippine Sea had only caused alarm to the Chinese government. Read More

Hunter Dies After Shot Elephant Falls On Him

Hunter Dies After Shot Elephant Falls On Him

According to News 24 , Botha was well known in Zimbabwe and helped recruit Americans for trophy hunting. The hunt that killed him took place on Friday afternoon, The Telegraph reported . Botha rose to become a sergeant in the South African infantry and served in conflict with Angola, the website says, then enrolled at the University of Pretoria. Read More

Trump announces plans to soon visit Egypt

Trump announces plans to soon visit Egypt

Trump has said little publicly about human rights under Sisi, but White House aides say behind-the-scenes talks have yielded results better than those achieved by Obama. This was not the first time Trump mentioned the possibility of visiting Egypt in the near future. "Trump confirmed his intention to visit Cairo at the earliest chance, pointing out the importance of continued coordination between the two countries on issues of common interest", the statement read. Read More

With hopes for peace uncertain, Trump to visit Israel

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, left, hands a note to U. S. President Donald Trump during a meeting with leaders at the Gulf Cooperation Council Summit, at the King Abdulaziz Conference Center, Sunday, May 21, 2017, in Riy. The US president is expected to visit the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and the Western Wall, an important Jewish holy site, as part of his trip. Trump will tell an audience of leaders of Muslim-majority countries that he is "not here to lecture" and "not here to ... Read More

Trump embarks on trip to Mideast, Europe

Trump embarks on trip to Mideast, Europe

Staff members in Donald Trump's White House should be "fully supporting the president's agenda" and should be fired for speaking to the press without authorization, according to Trump's former campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski. refusal to allow Prime Minister Netanyahu to accompany Mr Trump to the Western Wall. The White House will release daily guidance the day before each event, and a full readout of the First Lady's activities will be provided at the end of each day. Read More

Israeli Cabinet Committee Pushes Bill That Downgrades Arabic

Israeli Cabinet Committee Pushes Bill That Downgrades Arabic

Israel's Ministerial Committee backed a proposed a bill that would not only define Israel as the nation-state of the Jewish people, but would also recognize the right of each citizen to "preserve his culture, heritage, language and identity". Read More

Seb Larsson: Sunderland must use summer to get things right

Seb Larsson: Sunderland must use summer to get things right

And Moyes is anxious that two more players have said they are injured as Sunderland prepare for the fixture, although he did not name them. BRADLEY LOWERY was carried out by Jermain Defoe for Sunderland's last home game of the season today. Read More

Did Rouhani sell 'grand bargain' with U.S. to Iranian voters?

Did Rouhani sell 'grand bargain' with U.S. to Iranian voters?

TEHRAN , Iran — Iran's President Hassan Rouhani has said that Friday's presidential election will place the country at a critical juncture, and its people must choose between peace or tension. Rouhani's allies say his rivals oppose deeper change and exposure to global competition in part because of the economic interests of the Guards, which gained control of swathes of Iran's industry during its years of isolation. Read More

Republicans told to unite and kill Obamacare

Republicans told to unite and kill Obamacare

Republican Sen. Susan Collins reiterated to ABC's "This Week" that the Senate will take its time considering the bill, because the upper chamber will be "starting from scratch" on healthcare legislation. About 2.2 million people in the individual insurance market have some sort of pre-existing chronic condition, according to Avalere. States that apply for and receive such waivers may use federal funds to set up state government-operated insurance programs called high-risk pools to cover ... Read More

China to hold next Belt and Road forum in 2019

Here are five things you should know about this initiative (so no more blank looks). "Trade is the important engine of economic development", Mr Xi said at a summit of world leaders in Beijing . Presidents Vladimir Putin of Russian Federation and Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey also spoke at the opening ceremony. Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn and Kenya's president Uhuru Kenyatta are among the leaders in attendance. Read More

Si Woo Kim becomes youngest winner of Players Championship

Adam Scott's record as the youngest victor of The Players Championship has been surpassed. PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla . And while Kim now looks in line to make the President's Cup team, it was the rejuvinated Ian Poulter that grabbed much of the headlines. Read More

Woman accused of trying to run congressman off road

Woman accused of trying to run congressman off road

When they arrived at their destination, Wright reportedly ran to Kustoff's vehicle - now parked in the driveway - and "screamed while banging on the auto and reaching in". "I voted for the American Health Care Act because our current health care system is failing Tennesseans", he said in a statement following the vote. Read More

US Intelligence Report: Iran Pursuing 'Capability to Build Missile-Deliverable Nuclear Weapons'

US Intelligence Report: Iran Pursuing 'Capability to Build Missile-Deliverable Nuclear Weapons'

But he said the USA doesn't know if Iran will eventually decide to try to build nuclear weapons. "It's clear that we have assessed this as a very significant, potentially existential threat to the United States that has to be addressed", said Coats at a U.S. Read More

Reliance Jio Broadband & More Awaited Jio Services in 2017

Reliance Jio Broadband & More Awaited Jio Services in 2017

Besides, reports are also coming in that JioFiber would be rolled out in a similar fashion like that of Jio telecom services: Initial preview offers for few customers, and then testing phase of fw months, before nation wide roll out. Though they haven't mentioned the names, the team stated that they are trying to expand their services in other cities gradually. During that time, Jio's Fiber service was rumoured to offer almost 1GB per second speeds with its broadband internet for homes, ... Read More

GOP health proposal would hurt millions

GOP health proposal would hurt millions

And the lack of diversity had drawn criticism. Like Trump's proposal on tax reform, the revised bill , which had failed on a previous vote , is a windfall for the wealthy and bad blow to the indigent and elderly. But the health care debate has already produced a political miracle: It has made Obamacare broadly popular for nearly the first time in its seven-year existence. Read More

MPBSE Class 10 Results 2017 announced

MPBSE Class 10 Results 2017 announced

The Headquarter of Madhya Pradesh Board of secondary education is formed in Bhopal which is the capital city of Madhya Pradesh. The 12th board Exams is very crucial for the students as after 12th study children get entry at the college which determine their career and future. Read More

Hit-and-run suspect was deported 15 times in 15 years

Hit-and-run suspect was deported 15 times in 15 years

As a result of the crash, Benjamin's son Lennox suffered a major head injury and was taken to the hospital immediately. The boy was returning home from a trip to Disneyland. Banda-Acosta's wife said he had been deported from the USA around January 10, but stayed in Mexico for only 10 days before returning to the U.S. His bail was set at $230,000. Read More

North Atlantic Treaty Organisation chief sees quick decision on joining anti-IS coalition

North Atlantic Treaty Organisation chief sees quick decision on joining anti-IS coalition

The number of troops that the United States will add to the fight in Afghanistan will depend on how many additional forces North Atlantic Treaty Organisation supplies to expand the battle against terrorists there, Marine General Joseph Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said in Israel Tuesday. Read More

Multiple Sharks Spotted Off Southern Calif. Coast

Multiple Sharks Spotted Off Southern Calif. Coast

However, a woman was bitten by a shark April 29 off San Onofre State Beach and is still recovering from her injuries. In Orange County, people enjoying the water were told via a helicopter loudspeaker to make their way to shore due to a group 15 sharks, which can be aggressive, in the area. Read More

Detention of American Christian in North Korea 'concerning' - White House

Detention of American Christian in North Korea 'concerning' - White House

Kirby also noted that this was the first time numerous North Korean officials involved have been publicly named, citing the secretive nature of the regime. Police said four North Korean men were suspected to have taken part in the murder plot, but they are believed to have returned to Pyongyang. The official [North] Korean Central News Agency said Kim Hak-song was detained on Saturday. Read More

Trump vows 'we will confront anti-Semitism' at Holocaust memorial ceremony

Trump vows 'we will confront anti-Semitism' at Holocaust memorial ceremony

Israel's president is largely a ceremonial head of state who serves as the country's moral compass. "As president of the United States, I will always stand with the Jewish people", Trump said at the event, which took place in the Capitol Rotunda in Washington , D.C. Read More

North Korea parades military weapons, but no nuke test

North Korea parades military weapons, but no nuke test

North Korea's military parade has been closely watched by outside experts to get a glimpse of the North's latest additions to its missile program and other new military equipment. A carrier strike group led by USS Carl Vinson made its way toward North Korea, in addition to a WC-135 "nuke-sniffer" being deployed to neighboring Japan. Read More

North Korea: US and South Korea tried to assassinate Kim Jong Un

North Korea: US and South Korea tried to assassinate Kim Jong Un

North Korea frequently lambasts the United States and South Korea, but this accusation is unusual in its detail. The North's ministry claimed that South Korean intelligence agents conspired with the CIA and bribed a North Korean timber worker surnamed Kim in Russian Federation in June 2014 and turned him into a terrorist. Read More

Juventus 1 Torino 1: Last-gasp Higuain strike cancels out Ljajic stunner

Juventus 1 Torino 1: Last-gasp Higuain strike cancels out Ljajic stunner

Torino keeper Joe Hart couldn't keep out Gonzalo Higuain's late strike. Massimiliano Allegri spoke to Premium Sport after their 1-1 draw against Torino , here is what he had to say: "Both teams deserve credit tonight, especially Juventus". Read More

Iraq Forces Launch New Push on IS in West Mosul

Iraq Forces Launch New Push on IS in West Mosul

John Dorrian, spokesman for the US -led coalition. The news comes as Iraqi forces are struggling to push IS fighters out of a cluster of neighborhoods in western Mosul that mark the last patch of significant urban terrain the group holds in Iraq , almost three years after the militants overran almost a third of the country. Read More

North Korea's Latest Missile Never Even Made It Out of Korea

North Korea test-fired a ballistic missile on Saturday shortly after U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson warned that failure to curb Pyongyang's nuclear and ballistic missile programs could lead to "catastrophic consequences". An embassy official said Mike Pompeo and his wife were in the South Korean capital on Monday, but would not say for how long. It may mean ratcheting up those sanctions even further. Read More

North Korea Threatens To Sink US Carrier; China Urges Restraint

The drill marked the 85th anniversary of the founding of North Korea's military in which people dance at an outdoor party in the capital city of Pyongyang. A Chinese foreign ministry spokesman said the call between the two presidents was the latest manifestation of their close communication, which was good for both of their countries and the world. Read More

Korea arrests USA citizen over 'coup' plot claim

Korea arrests USA citizen over 'coup' plot claim

Another American man is now being detained by the North Korean government for allegedly committing "hostile acts", state-run media reports . The U.S. Previously, the US itself prepared a plan of evacuation of its 230,000 citizens from the southern part of the Korean Peninsula. A commentary carried by the official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) referred to recent commentaries in China's People's Daily andGlobal Times newspapers, which it said were "widely known as media speaking for ... Read More

Trump warns North Korea's missiles will get better

South Korea's Foreign Ministry went even further saying Pyongyang was "playing with fire" and warned of tougher sanctions. "Diplomatic and financial levers of power will be backed up by willingness to counteract North Korean aggression with military action, if necessary", he said . Read More

Thousands Of Marchers Expected To Take On Trump's Climate Policies

Thousands Of Marchers Expected To Take On Trump's Climate Policies

Thousands of people across the US are marking President Donald Trump's hundredth day in office by marching in pro. Participants surrounded the White House complex and staged a choreographed sit-in, beating their chests 100 times to symbolize both the president's time in office and the heartbeat of the environmental movement. Read More