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Trump directs NASA to send astronauts back to Moon, then Mars

Trump directs NASA to send astronauts back to Moon, then Mars

President Donald Trump wants to send man back to the moon - and on to Mars. Trump signed a policy directive Monday instructing the National Aeronautics and Space Administration to ...

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US House calls on Donald Trump for sanctions on Myanmar security forces

US House calls on Donald Trump for sanctions on Myanmar security forces

The US House of Representatives has called on President Donald Trump to impose sanctions on members of Myanmar’s military and security forces following a deadly crackdown that for ...

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U.S. declares North Korea a state sponsor of terrorism

U.S. declares North Korea a state sponsor of terrorism

U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday declared North Korea a state sponsor of terrorism, a move that allows the Trump administration to impose additional sanctions on Pyongyang ov ...

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Japan imposes additional sanctions on North Korea

Japan imposes additional sanctions on North Korea

Japan will impose additional sanctions on North Korea in response to the continuing threat posed by the reclusive nation’s missile and nuclear programmes, Japan’s top government s ...

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Trump will take up “predatory” policies with Xi: White House

Trump will take up “predatory” policies with Xi: White House

U.S President Donald Trump will take up the issue of “predatory” trade and investment practices of China when he meets the country’s leaders including President Xi Jinping during ...

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China’s Communist Party endorses second term for President Xi Jingping

China’s Communist Party endorses second term for President Xi Jingping

China’s ruling Communist Party today endorsed a second five-year term for President Xi Jinping and appointed a new set of leaders backed by him. 64-year-old Xi’s second term was e ...

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Pak Can Have Economic Benefits From India By Ending Terror Safe Havens: Jim Mattis

Pak Can Have Economic Benefits From India By Ending Terror Safe Havens: Jim Mattis

Washington: Pakistan can have strong economic benefits from India if it finds a way to carry out its international responsibilities and brings an end to any kind of safe haven on ...

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Holding photo of martyr Lt Umar Faiyaz in one hand, diplomat exposes Pakistan’s sham at UNGA

Holding photo of martyr Lt Umar Faiyaz in one hand, diplomat exposes Pakistan’s sham at UNGA

Exercising its 'Right of Reply', India gave a stinging response on Monday to Pakistan envoy Maleeha Lodhi raking up the issue of Kashmir and passing off a photo of a Palestinian a ...

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Frustrated China imposes limit on oil supply to North Korea as per UN sanctions

Frustrated China imposes limit on oil supply to North Korea as per UN sanctions

In a sign of growing frustration, China on Saturday imposed a limit on oil supplies to North Korea under United Nations sanctions over its nuclear and missile development, reporte ...

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US moves closer to designating Pakistan a terrorist state

US moves closer to designating Pakistan a terrorist state

WASHINGTON: Pakistan has indicated it might go for broke against the United States with ties between the two countries reaching a new low. Enraged at being called out by President ...

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