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North Korea Demanded $2 Million Before Releasing Comatose U.S. Student

US paid N Korea $2m for releasing studentNorth Korea billed the Trump administration $2 million for the medical care of Otto F. Warmbier, an imprisoned American student who had fallen into a coma, before agreeing to release him in 2017.

A senior American diplomat negotiating for Mr. Warmbier’s freedom accepted the bill, and Mr. Warmbier was released. He died six days later in the United States, after his parents decided to end the life support that was sustaining his vegetative state.

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Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong Un Meet for the First Time at Vladivostok Summit

Putin and Kim meet in VlodivostokThe first summit between Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Vladivostok, Russia, ended with a pledge to “forge closer ties” but no concrete plans how that will be done, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Kim reportedly praised Putin when his train first rolled into Khasan, saying, “I have heard a lot of good things about your country and wanted to visit it for a long time...

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U.N. caves to veto threat by anti-abortion U.S. over rape in war help

UN resolution caves to Trump veto threatA U.S. threat to veto U.N. Security Council action on sexual violence in conflict was averted on Tuesday after a long-agreed phrase was removed because President Donald Trump’s administration sees it as code for abortion, diplomats said.

A German-drafted resolution was adopted after a reference to the need for U.N. bodies and donors to give timely “sexual and reproductive health” assistance to survivors of sexual violence was cut to appease the United States.

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At least 207 killed, 450 hurt in eight church, hotel bombings in Sri Lanka

At least 207 killed, hundreds hurt in Sri Lanka bombings- Eight bomb blasts across Sri Lanka killed at least 207 people and injured 450 others Sunday morning in high-end hotels and churches, including during Easter services.

At least 20 foreigners are among the dead in Sri Lankan capital Colombo, according to hospital Director General Anil Jasinghe in a CNN report. Blasts occurred in Kochchikade, Negombo, Batticaloa, Dehiwala-Mount Lavinia and Dematagoda in the south Asian island country in the Indian Ocean,

No one so far has claimed responsibility for the suspected terrorist attacks but seven people have been detained in connection with the attacks, according to Ruwan Wijewardan, Sri Lanka's state minister for defense. He said the unnamed suicide bombers were believed to be part of a single group.

TVNL Comment:  The idiot president in the WH tweeted that hundreds of millions had died.  Oh, please, someone convince him to resign.

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Two Teenagers Arrested in Murder of Northern Ireland Journalist Lyra McKee

Teenagers arrested in murder of N. Ireland journalist Lyra McKeeTwo teenagers have been arrested in Northern Ireland in connection with the fatal shooting of 29-year-old journalist Lyra McKee on Friday.

The young men, age 18 and 19, have been taken to Musgrave Serious Crime Suite for questioning and are being held under the Terrorism Act, according to the Irish Journal. McKee was shot in the head on Friday as she stood near armed police vehicles in Derry, the site of the 1972 Bloody Sunday massacre.

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NKorea says it tested new weapon, wants Pompeo out of talks

North Korea test fires tactical missileNorth Korea said Thursday that it had test-fired a new type of “tactical guided weapon,” its first such test in nearly half a year, and demanded that Washington remove Secretary of State Mike Pompeo from nuclear negotiations.

The test, which didn’t appear to be of a banned mid- or long-range ballistic missile that could scuttle negotiations, allows North Korea to show its people it is pushing ahead with weapons development while also reassuring domestic military officials worried that diplomacy with Washington signals weakness.

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Trump reverses policy, allows lawsuits against businesses in Cuba

Trump allows law suits against acuban businesses

The Trump administration announced Wednesday it will allow U.S. citizens to sue foreign businesses using property seized during the 1959 Cuban revolution, reversing two decades of policy as it escalates pressure on the communist island nation.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the administration will not renew a prohibition on lawsuits in a decision that also sets up a showdown with European nations and other allies whose companies do business in Cuba.

“Sadly, Cuba’s most prominent export these days is not cigars or rum. It’s oppression,” Pompeo said during brief remarks at the State Department. “Detente with the regime has failed. Cozying up to Cuban dictators will always be a black mark on this great nation’s long record of defending human rights.”

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