North Korea on Wednesday delivered a rare statement at the UN Security Council, accusing the United States of attaching “unjust” conditions to its offer of talks on Pyongyang’s military programs. Deputy Ambassador Kim in Ryong said it would be a “fatal miscalculation” by countries to believe that the latest sanctions imposed by the council will deter North Korea from developing its nuclear forces. “Their mean and indiscreet act would go in just the opposite direction to what they want,” said Kim during a debate on non-proliferation chaired by Bolivia, this month’s council president.
The next US election is still more than 1,200 days away, but Donald Trump is already drumming up cash to pay for his campaign — and chose the Trump International Hotel, two steps from the White House, as a fundraising venue. On Wednesday, the 45th president of the United States will take part in a dinner benefiting the Republican Party and his own re-election bid, with a seat at the table reportedly starting at $35,000 — and rising to $100,000 for super donors. The White House is upfront about the president’s intention to seek a second term.
‘Mr. Murgio led an effort based on ambition and greed,’ and constructed on a ‘pyramid of lies,’ prosecutors say
Elovitch, under investigation by securities agency, also announced temporary resignation
In Israel, one out of every seven women in Israel is raped during her life and one out of every six is a victim of incest – something must be done