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There is no military solution in North Korea – they got us, says White House strategist

Despite President Trump threats of “fire and fury” for Kim Jong–un unless he backs down Bannon insists “they got us.” The strategist told US publication The American Prospect to “forget about” solving North Korea’s nuclear threat with military force in a candid interview. Bannon highlighted the threat Pyongyang’s conventional arsenal poses to the South Korea capital Seoul. He said: “Until ...

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Spain rescues HUNDREDS of migrants crossing from Morocco in one day amid spike of arrivals

Among the rescued migrants were 35 children and a baby. They were in 15 vessels, including toy paddle boats and a jet ski. Many of Spain’s recent migrant arrivals have attempted to reach the country using cheap, child-sized paddle boats without motors that allow them to avoid using people smuggling networks. Three times as many migrants arrived in Spain in ...

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Trump’s approval plummets to lowest EVER level as he ‘fails to condemn’ white supremacists

President Trump claimed their was violence on both sides claimed the “alt-Left” had started many of the clashes. Protester Heather Heyer was killed when a car driven by James Fields hit a crowd of counter protesters during a white superemcsit rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. The new poll shows that just 35 per cent of American voters give the President a ...

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Thousands attend candlelight vigil for woman killed at Charlottesville counter-protest

Heather Heyer, 32, was protesting against a white nationalist rally in the Southern college town in Virginia on Saturday. The “Unite the Right” rally included members of the Ku Klux Klan and neo-Nazis who had descended on the town to protest the removal of a statue of Confederate general Robert E. Lee. Ms Heyer was killed when a man drove ...

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Chinese hackers 'built back door hack into software to spy on Britain’s top businesses'

The code has been spread around the world through a compromised software update for server management software from tech firm NetSarang. The hack means businesses’ data could be accessed and puts systems at risk of interference from the codes creator. A legitimate software update from NetSarang was highjacked by the hackers in a “supply chain” attack. A statement from NetSarang ...

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Bomb shelter sales up 200% as American fears of WW3 skyrocket amid North Korea tensions

Tensions between the nations escalated last week after Pyongyang threatened to fire four intermediate-range ballistic missiles towards the US territory of Guam. Clyde Scott, owner of Texas-based Rising S Shelters, said his bunker sales have gone up 200 per cent in the last two weeks amid sabre rattling between Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump. He said: “This week ...

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North Korea has a DEVASTATING arsenal of chemical weapons that threaten US allies in Asia

While countries fear the possibility of a nuclear strike, Kim Jong-un has been stockpiling terrifying nerve agents, such as Sarin and VX, the Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology reported. Kelsey Davenport, director of non-proliferation policy for the Arms Control Association, said: “Nuclear weapons are not the only threat. North Korea could respond to a US attack using chemical weapons. ...

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Emmanuel Macron’s poll rating SLUMPS as right and left-wing voters turn on centrist

The pro-Brussels centrist swept to power with 66 per cent of the vote, crushing Eurosceptic rival Marine Le Pen in May, but has struggled to maintain his popularity since. Of the 994 people surveyed a massive 62 per cent disapprove of the 39-year-old’s presidency so far. The amount of the French electorate who now disapprove of Macron is almost the ...

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Donald Trump state visit to UK would be ‘UNTHINKABLE’ fumes Nicola Sturgeon

The Scottish First Minister said the US president should not be granted an official visit in light of his response to the recent violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.  She joined calls for Prime Minister Theresa May to withdraw the honour after the US president sparked fury after he initially failed to condemn racist protesters in the city.  Nicola Sturgeon said Donald ...

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‘He’s radical!’ Could Juncker’s right-hand man solve the EU’s migrant crisis?

Dimitris Avramopoulos has been praised by European Union insiders who believe his methodical and intelligent approach could stop thousands of people risking their lives crossing into Europe from North Africa every week.  Unlike some of the EU’s flashier commissioners, Mr Avramopoulos has gained supporters by quietly but assertively getting on with his work.  This week he was praised as being ...

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