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Trump, who will meet with China’s President at his Mar-A-Lago estate this week, declared Sunday that he would be willing to go it alone to restrain the secretive country’s nuclear weapons program should Beijing fail to act. “If China is not going to solve North Korea, we will,” Trump told the Financial Times in an interview.
Russia has been home to many prophets, seers, healers and mystics such as Helen Blavatsky, George Gurdjieff, Matrona of Moscow, and Wolf Messing among others. Some have lasted through the tests of time, some not.
With Trump’s harsh rhetoric on the campaign trail, including his threats to impose a 45-percent protectionist tax on Chinese imports, it was expected that problems with US-China diplomacy might emerge following his election. And so they have, even before the Trump-Xi summit next week.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The European Union might support Spain on the issue of Gibraltar during Brexit talks, forcing London to reach a separate trade deal with Madrid on the British overseas territory, media reported Sunday, citing senior EU officials. “Spain are taking this very, very seriously…
Russia’s Central Bank purchased record amounts of gold in 2016, and plans to accelerate its purchases, retaining its spot as global leader in the growth of gold reserves. That’s according to a recent survey by the GFMS analysts at Thomson Reuters. Russian economists explain the thought process behind the Bank’s purchases.
The explosives were hidden in a part of a laptop where bomb-makers had removed a DVD drive. The bomber was blown out of the window but the plane survived. However, experts have said the bomb would have been far more devastating had the plane reached cruising altitude.
HELENA – A second Montana Roman Catholic diocese will file for bankruptcy protection as part of settlements involving more than 400 people in sex abuse lawsuits, church officials said Friday.
In October 2010, United Nations Peacekeepers from Nepal infected Haiti’s most significant river system with cholera, inciting the first cholera outbreak in the country in over a century. So far, the epidemic has taken over 10,000 lives, and some estimate that the disease has infected up to 800,000 people.
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