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Trump discusses North Korea situation with Putin: White House

Today at 02:56 AM, via Reuters

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Trump spoke by phone on Thursday with Russian President Vladimir Putin and the two leaders “discussed working together to resolve the very dangerous situation in North Korea,” the White House said in a statement.

Peru’s Kuczynski loses support of inner circle: sources

Today at 02:52 AM, via Reuters

LIMA (Reuters) – Peru’s President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski has lost support of senior officials in his government after Brazil’s Odebrecht said it had transferred $4.8 million to companies linked to him, two government sources said on Thursday, and the opposition called for him to resign.

May wins applause from EU leaders for Brexit efforts

Today at 02:37 AM, via Reuters

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European leaders applauded British Prime Minister Theresa May for her work so far on Brexit, assuring her at a summit in Brussels that sufficient progress has been made to allow Britain to move on to the next stage of leaving the union.

Lock out

Today at 02:12 AM, via BBC News

The internet of things poses new threats to our security, so how should we be fighting back?

‘Bribing the desperate’

Today at 02:11 AM, via BBC News

Berlin is offering asylum seekers thousands of euros to retrace their steps – but is it ethical?

Shroud of doubt

Today at 02:03 AM, via BBC News

A journalist looks for the truth of his father’s role in one of the largest clandestine missions in US history.

EU leaders lock horns over hosting refugees

Today at 01:33 AM, via Reuters

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European Union leaders locked horns at a summit in Brussels over the divisive issue of hosting refugees who reach Europe, reopening a two-year-old dispute that has shaken the bloc.

Class of 77

Today at 01:15 AM, via BBC News

China’s 1977 college entrance exams brought in a generation that would change the country forever.

Canada spy agency settles lawsuit alleging homophobia, racism

Today at 00:25 AM, via Reuters

OTTAWA (Reuters) – Canada’s spy agency has settled a lawsuit by five employees who accused their bosses of homophobia, racism and Islamophobia and it will work to stamp out harassment, the head of the agency said on Thursday.

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