Enough proof that Pak army regulars mutilated Indian soldiers

Meanwhile, some official sources have said the Indian army patrol, whose two members were beheaded might just have walked into a death trap laid by the enemy. He also called on the citizens to trust the capability of the Indian Army to respond to the outrage in Jammu and Kashmir, The Times of India reported .

North Korea accuses U.S. of 'biochemical' attempt to assassinate Kim Jong Un

North Korea said a terrorist group helped coordinate the plot. It said the two Chinese publications asserted the North Korean nuclear weapons program was a threat to China. It did not identify the alleged "terrorist" group, and neither the Central Intelligence Agency nor South Korea has responded to the claims. In a recent interview with Bloomberg that received some criticism, Trump said he'd be "honored" to meet with Kim Jong-un "under the right circumstances".

Donald Trump calls for stronger sanctions on North Korea after missile

South Korea's military said the North launched the missile at around 5:27 a.m. from a site about 100 kilometers north of Pyongyang, and that it flew some 700 kilometers for half an hour before falling into the East Sea. "All relevant parties should exercise restraint". There is also a new president in Seoul keen on dialogue. This is the first provocative move from North Korea since South Korea's new President Moon Jae-in took office.

South Korea: North Korea launches possible ballistic missile

Security Council resolutions barring North Korea's missile and nuclear technology more thoroughly. The US Pacific Command said it was assessing the type of missile, fired on Sunday, but it was "not consistent with an intercontinental ballistic missile".

North Korea launches test missile, and Donald Trump wonders what Russian Federation thinks

OBOR is a personal project of Xi's, who spoke of the importance of "harmonious co-existence" with other countries during the opening ceremony. As CNN points out, this is the 10 attempted missile launch since Trump was inaugurated in January.

Kerala HSC exams 2017

Students who appeared for the exam can check their results on the official site of the board . It is important for the aspirants to note that they need to get the hall ticket or roll number for checking the results of Kerala 12th HSE VHSE.

China to contribute additional $15B to Silk Road Fund - Xi Jinping

He said his government will provide aid worth 60 billion yuan to developing countries and global organisations. The Philippines was represented by acting Foreign Affairs Enrique Manalo during the opening ceremony of the "Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation" in Beijing.

DeCinces convicted of insider trading

DeCinces stared toward the jury in the Ronald Reagan Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse, shaking his head slightly, as the guilty verdicts were read. The 2008 merger came as Advanced Medical Optics, which made equipment for LASIK surgery as well as contact lens-related products, struggled to deal with falling revenue and rising debt in the midst of a Wall Street crash.

Fallen Officers To Be Honored During DC's Police Week Vigil

For more information, including the names of officers added this year to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial, visit Monday, May 15 is "Peace Officers Memorial Day". It was a somber night in the nation's capital as thousands paid tribute to fallen law enforcement officers.

France to inaugurate a new leader: Macron

His inauguration will take take place later on Sunday. The official result of the vote was proclaimed in a ceremony Sunday at the Elysee presidential palace in Paris by the president of the Constitutional Council, Laurent Fabius. "I am not handing over power to a political opponent, it's far simpler", said Hollande, who once picked Macron to make him an economic adviser and then later a minister.

President Trump is making it hard for his defenders

In citing their conversations, Trump is nearly certainly referring to the three occasions on which he says he and Comey spoke and Comey, according to the president, told him he was not under investigation. During his testimony, McCabe contradicted the White House's assertion that the President "and the rest of the FBI" had lost confidence in Comey. "Instead, Mr.

Review board adjourns hearing of extension in Hafiz Saeed, aides' detention

It also asked the Attorney General of Pakistan to be present at the next hearing on May 15. Pakistan's home ministry, which levelled the charge, produced him before a three-member board judicial review board that's headed by Pakistan Supreme Court judge Ejaz Afzal Khan and comprises two other senior judges, as per sources.

Moon's down-to-earth manner is a refreshing change for South Koreans

Beijing's displeasure over THAAD has reportedly been felt by South Korean businesses, particularly Lotte, the South Korean conglomerate that signed off on a land swap deal with the government to provide a site for the THAAD launch systems in late February.

S. Korea's New President Heading for Friction with the US?

The deployment of the US Terminal High Altitude Area Defense System (THAAD) in the South has angered China, Seoul's major trading partner, which sees the system's powerful radar as a threat to its security . Suga only said Abe told Moon that the agreement should be "appropriately managed", but did not elaborate. A new documentary, The Blue Butterfly Effect, exposes the tensions in the South Korea-US relationship by showing local opposition to the installation of an anti-missile system to ...

South Korea's new leader discusses North Korea, defence system with China's Xi

On his second day in office, President Moon Jae-in spoke on the phone with the leaders of South Korea's two most important neighbors: China, followed by Japan. In his first speech, he said he would work towards resolving the nuclear crisis on the Korean Peninsula and negotiate with Washington and Beijing over Thaad.

Seoul: Moon, Xi agree on denuclearization goal

He has taken a more conciliatory line with North Korea than his conservative predecessors and advocates engagement. He also said he was prepared to go to Pyongyang "if the conditions are right". "We have plans to send special envoys to the four countries, but nothing has been decided on who will be sent, when or to how many countries", Moon's office said as quoted by the Yonhap news agency.

Researcher finds 'kill switch' for global cyber attack ransomware

The Health Service Journal reported that X-ray imaging systems, pathology test results and patient administration systems were all affected. It was not yet known who perpetrated Friday's attacks. When asked to confirm that Wana Decryptor has struck in the USA, and at what scale, Acting Deputy Press Secretary Scott McConnell did not provide specifics.

UK security researcher says another massive cyberattack likely Monday

On Saturday, Microsoft said it had released updates for older systems. In England, 48 NHS trusts fell victim, as did 13 NHS bodies in Scotland. At Hairmyres hospital in East Kilbride, patients were turned away as they went in to A&E - while others received minimal treatment.

India Boycotts Mega China Summit Over 'Sovereignty Concerns': 10 Points

President Xi Jinping said Sunday that China will contribute an additional 100 billion yuan (about US$14.5 billion) to the Silk Road Fund to scale up financing support for the Belt and Road Initiative. Gonzalez declined to name specific countries that may look to hinder China's Silk Road programme. The Chinese president also said he will sign trade and economic cooperation treaties with more than 30 countries during the forum.

Global ransomware attack: CERT says no incidents in SL so far

Security firm Avast said it has detected the ransomware, largely attacking Russia, Ukraine and Taiwan. Xinhua state news agency said some secondary schools and universities were hit. But @MalwareTechBlog warned that the "crisis isn't over" as those behind it "can always change the code and try again". And WannaCry has already caused massive disruption around the globe.

Karnataka records 67.87% pass in SSLC exams

Bidar stood last with a pass percentage of 62.02%. The pass percentage among freshers stands at 59.9; among private candidates, the pass percentage is 22.86 and for repeaters the percentage is 20.14. Students in urban areas performed slightly better than those from rural areas, with 52.88% of students from urban areas securing pass marks, while 50.72% students from rural areas passed.

Trump meets Russian Federation foreign minister amid Comey controversy

The White House closed off press access to the Oval Office meeting with Lavrov, and did not even allow photographers in. On his way into earlier talks with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Lavrov had feigned ignorance of the outcry in Washington over Trump's summary sacking of FBI Director James B.

South China Sea remains a concern

Authorities, however, dismissed its link to the ASEAN meeting. In the chairman statement issued at the end of the Asean Summit here yesterday, a proposed reference to full respect for legal and diplomatic processes has been taken out from the South China Sea section, a move seen by some senior Asean officials as silencing an global arbitral court backing Manila's claims in the area.

Passengers evacuated as Leeds Bradford Airport closes after suspicious package found

West Yorkshire Police said they were called to the airport at 8.09pm. West Yorkshire Police's Explosive Ordnance Disposal team was sent to the airport following the discovery on Saturday night. It has been reported that the air traffic control tower has been evacuated as well. Moreover, reports said that the flights were dismissed that evening.

Did North Korea Launch Another Ballistic Missile?

Kim Dong-yup, a professor at Kyungnam University, said it was possible the missile could have a range of 7,000 kilometres, which would put the US Pacific Command (PACOM) in Hawaii within range. A US official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the missile landed 97 km (60 miles) south of Russia's Vladivostok region, prompting the White House to reference Moscow in a statement about the incident.

Former French PM Manuel Valls pledges allegiance to Emmanuel Macron's movement

However, it is not clear if he will be able to do so. "His voice is not insignificant, but his candidacy will be treated as anyone else's". The poor result triggered a fierce debate within the party on the opportunity of sticking to the left platform defended by Mr Hamon, or to switch back to the more centrist views of Mr Valls and his allies.

North Korea missile test a 'threat to international peace'

Before the missile test, the US Treasury said it was considering "every tool in our arsenal" to cut off sources of worldwide financing for illegal activities in the North. As the New York Times wrote, the North Korea launch "showed that it was an intermediate-range ballistic missile that could target key United States military bases in the Pacific, including those in Guam, missile experts said".

U.S. firms 'ready' to get on China's Silk Road project

Xi said China would contribute 100 billion yuan ($14.5 billion) to the Silk Road Fund, which was set up in 2014 to finance infrastructure projects and provide aid worth 60 billion yuan ($8.7 billion) to developing countries and worldwide organizations taking part in the initiative to revive the ancient trade route.

Comey Is Willing To Testify Before Lawmakers-But Only in Public

President Donald Trump nominates Judge Neil Gorsuch as the new justice for the Supreme Court in Washington D.C., the United States, on January 31, 2017. "And that process is being headed by the Department of Justice". "The challenge they have is that the president sometimes moves so rapidly that they don't get a team around that gets it organized", said Newt Gingrich, the former House speaker and Trump ally.

Warner: Trump firing Comey has 'appearance' of quashing FBI's Russian Federation probe

And he dismissed questions on whether Trump was threatening Comey. In separate tweets Friday morning Trump seemed to hint at dissatisfaction with how his communications team has weathered the firestorm he created with the abrupt decision to fire Comey on Tuesday.

Willing to turn OBOR into path for peace: Xi Jinping

He called for stepped-up action against terrorism and what he called its root causes of poverty and social injustice. Hailing China's One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiative, pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Sunday called Beijing a "close friend and trusted ally" of islamabad.

Manhunt for hackers, as experts foresee new global cyber attacks

Britain's National Health Service says hospitals across the country have been hit by a "ransomware" cyberattack but there is no evidence that patient data has been accessed. NHS Fife admitted the fix had not yet been applied - despite Microsoft bosses labelling it "critical" - while NHS Lanarkshire was unable to say. He said that mobile communications haven't been affected.

After the B.C. election here's what Canadians are asking Google

Forty-four seats are needed for a majority. British Columbia's election has brought unwelcome uncertainty for the business sector, given the prospect of an ascendant Green Party influencing policy on pipelines, natural gas exports, hydroelectricity and other resource projects.

White House defends its reaction to Yates' warnings

Spicer said that he was "not aware of any" restrictions placed on Flynn's duties on the National Security Council between the period that Yates warned the White House and that Flynn was ultimately dismissed. "She was warning you that your national security information might be compromised by the Russians". "After that time, they did what you should do frankly - is an element of due process", Spicer said.

North Korea's detention of U.S. citizen 'concerning': White House

North Korea arrested a United States citizen for alleged hostile activities in April at Pyongyang airport. He believes numerous citizens would refuse to fight for him if a military conflict breaks out. As far as the possibility of the United States military action against North Korea is concerned, the ambassador said that Pyongyang was not afraid of it.