Output from the mines is believed to be sold through China, providing North Korea with much-needed foreign exchange. Consequently, Kim is expected to prioritise repairing facilities at the mines, while putting other tasks on the back-burner, said Martin Weiser, a South Korea-based researcher. … [Read more...] about Typhoons blow North Koreas economic plans further off course
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WASHINGTON Israel and the United Arab Emirates will sign their historic deal normalising relations at a White House ceremony on September 15, officials said Tuesday. Senior delegations from the two countries will be led by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Emirati Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the brother of Abu Dhabi’s powerful crown prince. The Palestinians have rejected the deal as trading away one of the few cards they have in moribund peace talks with Israel to establish its own independent state — the Arab boycott of Israel. US to reduce troops in Iraq The United States is reducing its troop presence in Iraq this month from 5,200 to 3,000, the top American commander for the Middle East said Wednesday, as President Donald Trump tries to make good on his campaign promise to get the United States out of “endless wars.” General Kenneth McKenzie, the head of the US military’s Central Command, said in Baghdad that … [Read more...] about White House to host Israel-UAE deal signing
The North introduced a new "buffer zone, one or two kilometers up on the Chinese border," Abrams was quoted as saying by AFP during an online conference organized by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington on Thursday. … [Read more...] about North Korea issued shoot-to-kill orders to prevent coronavirus from entering the country: Report
As a result, General Abrams did not expect to see any major provocations from Pyongyang in the near future, although he said it might show off a new weapons system at next month’s celebrations of the 75th anniversary of the founding of Kim Jong-un’s ruling party. … [Read more...] about N. Korea issues shoot-to-kill orders to prevent virus: U.S.
“Kapil Sibal, Union minister for science and technology, along with other leaders visited the Batla House area before meeting Mrs Gandhi and Dr Singh. On the same day, Mulayam Singh Yadav, the founder patron of the Samajwadi Party, and Amar Singh met Dr Singh to ask for a judicial enquiry. Political pressure was building up from all sides,” he added. … [Read more...] about Delhi Police Special Cell had to convince then PM Dr Manmohan Singh that Batla House encounter was genuine