United States-North Korea, can the world sleep peacefully?

United States-North Korea, can the world sleep peacefully?

Can the world sleep well, as Trump said after meeting with Kim Jong-un? After all, Washington and Pyongyang are talking. But nothing is still clear about nuclear disarmament, says Peter Sturm.      For Donald Trump, everything was clarified on the night of June 12 in Singapore, as always happens, thanks to him. The...

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Children trapped in Thailand: this is the “extremely difficult” rescue operation for minors and their trainer

Children trapped in Thailand: this is the “extremely difficult” rescue operation for minors and their trainer

The rescue operation was launched on Sunday. “An extremely difficult task”. This is how Exbuzo and British ex-Rescuer Geoff Crossley defined the operation to rescue the 12 children and their trainer trapped in a cave in Thailand two weeks ago. The risky mission began on Sunday and four of the young...

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Malaysian PM denies false news of deporting Zakir Naik by Indian Media

Malaysian PM denies false news of deporting Zakir Naik by Indian Media

PUTRAJAYA: Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said Friday a controversial Indian Islamic preacher allegedly wanted in his home country for terror-related activities and hate speech will not be sent back. Zakir Naik, a radical television preacher, reportedly left India in 2016 and subsequently moved to largely Muslim Malaysia, where he was...

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Is North Korea working secretly on its nuclear program?

Is North Korea working secretly on its nuclear program?

The US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, begins this Friday a visit to North Korea where he will meet with Kim Jong-un among doubts about the real intentions of the North Korean regime. Is North Korea undermining the spirit of the Singapore summit with the United States? Some reports in...

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Japan: executed sect founder and attack brain in Tokyo subway

Japan: executed sect founder and attack brain in Tokyo subway

Shoko Asahara, leader of the Supreme Truth sect, was behind the Sarin gas attack on the subway in 1995 that left 13 dead. Six other members of the group were also executed. The founder of the Supreme Truth sect, Shoko Asahara, considered the mastermind of the deadly sarin gas attacks on...

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Diver dies in rescue tasks of children trapped in cave of Thailand

Diver dies in rescue tasks of children trapped in cave of Thailand

The man was placing oxygen tanks in the cave as part of the preparations for the rescue, but he lost consciousness when he tried to return. The authorities of Thailand confirmed today (06.07.2018) the death of a diver of rescue teams trying to rescue twelve children and an adult trapped...

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Female Saudi driver’s car deliberately set ablaze, further investigations underway

Female Saudi driver’s car deliberately set ablaze, further investigations underway

RIYADH: Saudi police are hunting for arsonists who torched a woman’s car, only a week after the kingdom lifted a decades-long ban on female motorists. Salma al-Sherif, a 31-year-old cashier based near the holy city of Mecca, told local media that her car had been purposely set ablaze this week...

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“It takes two for whatever you do, don’t steer car tariff into a ‘real trade war’,” Merkel warns Trump

“It takes two for whatever you do, don’t steer car tariff into a ‘real trade war’,” Merkel warns Trump

BERLIN: On Wednesday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel cautioned US President Donald Trump against unleashing an all-out trade war after he threatened to impose steep tariffs on cars from the European Union. Both sides were already locked in a “trade conflict” since Trump’s decision to slap punitive tariffs on steel and...

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Thai cave boys ordeal not over yet, spotted alive and in good health even after 9 days

Thai cave boys ordeal not over yet, spotted alive and in good health even after 9 days

A new video of a youth football team trapped in the bowels of a Thai cave emerged Wednesday showing the boys laughing and saying they are well after their astonishing discovery by divers nine days after going missing. In a promising message to families waiting in agony outside, the Thai...

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Ferry sinking in Indonesia claims life of 29, rescue teams continue to hunt

Ferry sinking in Indonesia claims life of 29, rescue teams continue to hunt

JAKARTA: Nearly 29 people died after a ferry sank near Indonesia’s Sulawesi island, officials said on Wednesday, as rescue teams hunted for dozens of missing passengers a day after the country’s latest ferry disaster. Tuesday’s sinking came a few weeks after a congested ferry sank on Lake Toba, one of...

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