Wednesday, June 6, 2018
Twenty days ahead of a summit with Democratic People's Republic of Korea's leader Kim Jong-un planned for June 12, U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday it might not happen.
North Korea's dismantlement of its nuclear site in Punggye-ri is symbolic but ultimately does not guarantee the regime will end nuclear testing or comply with U.S. calls for denuclearization, analysts say.
On Friday, Mohammad Jawad Qasemi, an unemployed computer technician, gathered with his family and friends to read from the Koran. They decided that all those over 18, both women and men, would sign up on Sunday to vote in parliamentary elections this October.
A mostly non-Christian militia linked to a brutal Iranian-backed paramilitary group secured two of the five seats in Iraq’s parliament reserved for Christians, according to official election results announced Saturday.
With nationalist Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr and his political allies now in the driver’s seat in Iraq’s parliament, U.S. military planners and diplomats are grappling with what the former militia leader’s dramatic rise to power means for U.S. policy — and whether he turns out to be the Iranian puppet many had feared.
The Trump administration’s guiding philosophy for negotiating with North Korea is to “not repeat the mistakes of past administrations.” With the summit between President Trump and Kim Jong Un now set for June 12 in Singapore, it is important to identify these past mistakes and how to avoid them.
The Davidson Academy placed fifth at the 16th annual Academic WorldQuest National Competition at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., last month. After winning the regional competition in February, the Davidson team advanced to the national competition along with 45 other high school teams.
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