Thousands of teachers in the US state of North Carolina have rallied to demand higher pay, greater spending on education and better working conditions, as teachers’ strikes continue to spread across the US.
Thousands of North Carolina teachers rally for higher pay
Lava from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano has burst from 21 giant ground cracks or fissures and torn through housing developments and farmland, threatening two highways that are exit routes for coastal areas.
Fissures shoot lava, steam from ground near Kilauea Volcano
US President Donald Trump says some of the undocumented immigrants who have crossed the border into America are “animals” and need to be deported.
Trump says some illegal immigrants are ‘animals’
US President Donald Trump has reacted to North Korea’s threats to cancel a planned summit with Kim Jong-un.
Trump gives non-commital response on N Korea’s threat to cancel summit
A majority of Americans believe US President Donald Trump does not deserve receiving the Nobel Peace Prize, according to a new poll.
Majority of Americans believe Trump does not deserve Nobel Peace Prize: Poll
The United States, by following unilateral policies, has put the international multilateralism in danger, former Iranian foreign minister Kamal Kharrazi said in a meeting in Paris.
US endangering global policies: Former Iranian FM
Rockfalls and explosions at the summit of Hawaii's Kilauea volcano shot ash into the air on Tuesday as residents for the first time in the 12-day eruption got text messages from county officials warning them the ash could cause eye and breathing irritation.
Lava, ash spew from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano
The extraordinary meeting of the Palestine Committee of Islamic Inter-Parliamentary Union's (IPU) opened in in Tehran on Monday.
IPU Palestine Committee meeting opens in Tehran
On the heels of a decision by US President Donald Trump to withdraw the United States from Iran’s nuclear deal, France’s Economy Minister Bruno Le Maire has urged Europe to stop acting like “US vassals” and continue trading with Tehran in defiance of what “the economic gendarme of the planet” has in store.
Europe challenges US role as self-appointed 'global policeman'
US National Security Adviser John Bolton says North Korea must give up both its nuclear weapons and ballistic missile programs if it wants the détente with Washington to work.
Besides nukes, North Korea must give up missiles and nules if ut wants détente: Bolton

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