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Obama warns North Korea on nuclear test

Obama warns North Korea on nuclear test

U.S. President Barack Obama warned North Korea on Friday against conducting another nuclear test, saying that it would draw a firm international response.

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Militants kill second Somali lawmaker, threaten more attacks Rebels kill hundreds of civilians in South Sudan massacre, says UN Somali lawmaker killed in car bomb in Mogadishu Algeria's ailing president Bouteflika wins 4th term Algerians vote for new president Suspected Islamic gunmen kidnap 100 girls in Nigeria

Middle East

Israel suspends peace talks with Palestinians after Fatah-Hamas deal Fatah and Hamas agree unity government deal Syria announces presidential election for June 3 Dozens killed in series of blasts in Iraq 80% of Syrian chemical weapons shipped out: monitors Iran says reactor redesign ends dispute over plutonium production

Europe

Deadly clashes in eastern Ukraine city Slovyansk Suspected mass grave excavated in Serbia Russia threatens response if interests attacked in Ukraine Ukraine orders new 'anti-terror' operation US sending troops to Eastern Europe Russia expels Canadian diplomat as tensions rise

Asia - Pacific

Obama warns North Korea on nuclear test Obama says Senkaku Islands fall under US-Japan treaty Death toll in South Korea ferry disaster crosses 150 South Korea ferry disaster death toll passes 100 Japanese lawmakers visit controversial war shrine Suspected communist guerrillas kill Philippine mayor

US & Canada

Obama warns North Korea on nuclear test US sending troops to Eastern Europe Russia expels Canadian diplomat as tensions rise

Latin America & Caribbean

Violence erupts in Rio slum near Olympic venues Riot police, protesters clash in Venezuela Powerful earthquake rattles Mexico, shakes buildings

South Asia

Afghan security guard shoots dead 3 American doctors at hospital At least twelve dead in Mount Everest avalanche Pakistani Taliban end truce with government but vow to continue peace talks

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Obama says Senkaku Islands fall under US-Japan treaty

The disputed Senkaku Islands fall under the scope of the Japan-United States security alliance, President Barack Obama told a news conference Thursday in a move that likely will provoke another sharp critique from Beijing. Afghan security guard shoots dead 3 American doctors at hospital Fatah and Hamas agree unity government deal Russia threatens response if interests attacked in Ukraine Violence erupts in Rio slum near Olympic venues Death toll in South Korea ferry disaster crosses 150

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Shoe thrown at Hillary Clinton in Las Vegas

A woman threw a shoe at Hillary Clinton on Thursday as the former secretary of state was delivering a speech at a Las Vegas hotel, but Clinton dodged ...

Pro-Russian protesters declare Donetsk republic

Pro-Russian protesters occupying a government building in eastern Ukraine have declared the creation of a separatist republic.The rebels have called f ...

Deadly flash floods hit Solomon Islands

Flash flooding has killed at least sixteen people and left 49,000 homeless in the Solomon Islands' capital Honiara, with another 40 missing ...

Magnitude-8.2 quake strikes northern Chile

A magnitude-8.2 earthquake struck off Chile's northern coast on Tuesday night, causing landslides and setting off a small tsunami that forced an evacu ...

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