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2018-12-06T04:01:12.190Z
There may be more at stake than just trade concessions in the US-China tariff battle U.S. interference in the South China Sea and Taiwan — matters that Beijing considers internal — are seen as influencing factors on trade negotiations. Kevin Lemarque | Reuters Chinese President Xi Jinping and members of Chinese delegation attend a working dinner with U.S. President Donald Trump after the G20 leaders summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina December 1, 2018 The country claims nearly all of the international waterway despite competing claims from neighboring Asian countries
2018-12-06T03:52:34.038Z
Opinion | Congress Must Cancel Trump's Corrupt Bargain With MBS America's moral and strategic interests depend on cutting that tie. Here’s America’s reward in exchange for backing their self-serving regional blueprint: a more incendiary region Richard North Patterson is a New York Times best-selling author of 22 novels, a former chairman of Common Cause and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations
2018-12-06T03:43:16.780Z
Bipartisan Senate group wants to formally blame Saudi crown prince for journalist’s killing The group filed a resolution naming Mohammed bin Salman as responsible for the slaying of Jamal Khashoggi. Though the Yemen resolution does not directly address Khashoggi’s murder, its popularity is a sign of how strained the United States’ patience with Saudi Arabia is on multiple fronts, including its role in worsening the civilian cost of the war in Yemen, cited by the United Nations as the world’s worst humanitarian crisis
2018-12-06T02:31:17.583Z
‘It ruined my face’ Miss Universe star reveals how botched surgery nearly ended career A CONTESTANT in this month's Miss Universe has revealed how her modelling career almost ended when she underwent a botched skin procedure. When done properly it can improve people's skin texture and tone, reducing wrinkles and sun damage, and leaving one's skin looking youthful and healthy I lived hidden for almost a year and a half, and I hope you can put yourselves in my shoes If your boyfriend did not see how beautiful you are it is because he is blind
2018-12-06T02:21:44.789Z
Chinese embassy demands release of Huawei CFO arrested in Canada China's embassy in Canada criticized Canada and the United States on Thursday for wrongfully arresting Huawei's global chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou and demanded her immediate release. China has already made solemn representations to the United States and Canada, demanding they immediately correct their wrong behaviour and restore Ms Meng Wanzhou's freedom Huawei's smaller rival ZTE Corp had to temporarily halt much of its business earlier this year after the U.S. imposed an export ban on the company related to it illegally shipping U.S.-origin goods to Iran and North Korea
2018-12-06T02:02:18.293Z
Afghan peace push backed by surge in air strikes, operations The death last week of the Taliban's senior leader in southern Afghanistan ... There is more fighting now than a few weeks ago, said Samilhullah, a resident of Ghazni, overrun this year by thousands of Taliban fighters in one of their biggest operations in years I see many American and Afghan forces in my village and everyday there are sounds of explosions, gunfire and helicopters flying around Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
2018-12-06T01:45:26.248Z
Two dozen Amazon workers taken to hospital after bear repellent falls from shelf in New Jersey warehouse The workers reported symptoms of troubled breathing and burning sensations in their eyes and throats Instead, his speech was a promise to resist AP 40/50 27 October 2018 First responders surround the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, where a shooter opened fire, wounding three police officers and killing eleven AP 41/50 26 October 2018 Broward County Sheriff's office have released a photo of Cesar Sayoc, the suspect who was arrested in connection with the pipe bombs that have been sent to several high profile Democrats and critics of President Trump over the course of this week AP 42/50 25 October 2018 East Island in Hawaii has been swallowed by the sea following Hurricane Walaka US Fish and Wildlife Service 43/50 24 October 2018 Police officers stand outside the home of former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton after a functional explosive device was attemptedly delivered to the couple AP 44/50 23 October 2018 Turkey's President Erdogan today accused Saudi Arabia of plotting the 'savage' murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi AP 45/50 22 October 2018 Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison (C) delivers a national apology to child sex abuse victims in the House of Representatives in Parliament House in Canberra on October 22, 2018
2018-12-06T01:29:49.677Z
Footage shows migrant children being thrown over 18-foot Arizona border fence The children and their family later surrendered to US Border Patrol and were taken into custody. - US President Donald Trump said Friday, October 19, 2018, that he found credible Saudi Arabia's assertion that dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi died as a result of a fight AFP/Getty 48/50 19 October 2018 A Palestinian youth runs past a rolling burning tire during clashes with Israeli forces following a demonstration after the weekly Friday prayers, in the centre of the occupied West Bank city of Hebron AFP/Getty 49/50 18 October 2018 Honduran migrants heading in a caravan to the United States, leave Guatemala City
2018-12-06T01:29:48.328Z
Senate to vote on resolution holding Saudi crown prince responsible for Khashoggi killing Measure also calls for Saudi to negotiate directly with Houthi rebels in Yemen Instead, his speech was a promise to resist AP 40/50 27 October 2018 First responders surround the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, where a shooter opened fire, wounding three police officers and killing eleven AP 41/50 26 October 2018 Broward County Sheriff's office have released a photo of Cesar Sayoc, the suspect who was arrested in connection with the pipe bombs that have been sent to several high profile Democrats and critics of President Trump over the course of this week AP 42/50 25 October 2018 East Island in Hawaii has been swallowed by the sea following Hurricane Walaka US Fish and Wildlife Service 43/50 24 October 2018 Police officers stand outside the home of former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton after a functional explosive device was attemptedly delivered to the couple AP 44/50 23 October 2018 Turkey's President Erdogan today accused Saudi Arabia of plotting the 'savage' murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi AP 45/50 22 October 2018 Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison (C) delivers a national apology to child sex abuse victims in the House of Representatives in Parliament House in Canberra on October 22, 2018
2018-12-06T01:29:46.888Z
At George H.W. Bush’s funeral, a magisterial presidency meets one diminished by division Over a generation, the presidency has shrunk under the weight of problems and strife. By Greg Jaffe Greg Jaffe National security reporter Email Bio Follow December 5 at 7:39 PM The men who came to eulogize former president George H.W But not all of the blame for the increasing smallness of the office sits with its current occupant
2018-12-06T01:02:49.454Z
The slow-motion disaster of Trump's Khashoggi strategy Shortly before 1 p.m. on Tuesday, having just received a classified briefing from the director of the CIA in the basement of the Capitol, two Republican senators stepped to a crowd of cameras and reporters. With a few pointed words, the pair blew up the Trump administration's efforts to minimize the political damage stemming from journalist Jamal Khashoggi's murder. When the two did run across each other on the margins of a group meeting, there was little time for detailed talks The discussion was cordial, one person familiar with it said, and not the type of direct confrontation that French President Emmanuel Macron employed when he ran across MBS at the summit CNN's Kevin Liptak and Manu Raju contributed to this report
2018-12-06T00:57:35.626Z
Opinion | ISIS Finds a Niche in Northern Iraq In a remote, mountainous buffer zone between Iraqi troops and Kurdish ones, the terror group digs in. On Oct. 31, according to the coalition media office, some 20 ISIS fighters were killed on the mountain following airstrikes and a ground assault by Iraqi special-operations forces He is author of Days of the Fall: A Reporter’s Journey in the Syria and Iraq Wars
2018-12-06T00:40:23.965Z
North Korea 'significantly' expands key missile base: CNN Moreover, in the past year North Korea has significantly expanded a nearby facility that appears to be another missile base The report also describes a pair of hardened drive-through shelters covered with soil and trees as a disguise, and five entrances to underground tunnels that could be used to store missiles
2018-12-06T00:39:50.384Z