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Report: Former US president Carter says would travel to Pyongyang
Former US president Jimmy Carter says he has offered to go to North Korea on behalf of the White House to try to allay rising tensions, but has not been asked, the New York Times reported Sunday.
US might not shoot down North Korean ballistic missile: Carter
Defense Secretary Ashton Carter has said the United States might decide not to shoot down a North Korean intercontinental ballistic missile, as long as the launch did not pose a threat.
Queen, Bush, Carter, Rockefeller predicted to die in 2017
A website, which correctly predicted 12 celebrity deaths in 2016, says Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II and former US Presidents George H.W. Bush and Jimmy Carter as well as American billionaire David Rockefeller are among those who are expected to die this year.
Carter: US laying groundwork for Raqqah offensive
US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter says the Pentagon is planning a ground offensive to oust the Daesh (ISIL) terrorist group from the Syrian city of Raqqah, the terror group’s stronghold in the country.
US not pursuing no-first-use nuclear arms policy: Carter
The United States is not pursuing a “no-first-use” policy with regard to its nuclear weapons, says US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter.
Ash Carter: Russia sowing seeds of global instability
U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter accused Russia on Wednesday of sowing seeds of global instability and questioned whether Moscow genuinely wants a viable cease-fire in Syria.
Carter leaves US for Singapore to attend security summit
US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter has left the country for Singapore where he will attend an Asian security summit amid growing tensions over the South China Sea.
Trump tapping into ‘inherent racism’ in US: Jimmy Carter
Former US President Jimmy Carter says presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is tapping into the “inherent racism” in American society to promote his election campaign.
Carter : US National Guard may join cyber offense against Daesh
US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter says the National Guard's cyber unit may join the fight against the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group in Iraq and Syria.
Carter to unveil military budget, secret mini-drone
The United States 2017 military budget, which includes details of a previously secret mini-drone, is set to be previewed by the Pentagon chief, officials say.
Carter: Some anti-ISIL coalition partners doing 'nothing at all'
US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter has criticized some members of the so-called coalition against Daesh (ISIL) for doing “nothing at all” to destroy the terrorist group in Iraq and Syria.
Carter calls on US allies to step up fight against Daesh
US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter says more needs to be done as the United States has been unable to contain Daesh (ISIL) terrorists in Iraq and Syria.
Dehqan warns Carter to mind his words
Iran’s defense minister warned his American counterpart to mind his words, following accusations by the US official that the Islamic Republic is militarily active in certain countries in the Middle East.
Carter: We will fly, sail and operate in South China Sea
Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter says the United States will continue operations in the South China Sea after a US warship entered the disputed waters, provoking Beijing’s anger.
Carter in Saudi Arabia to reassure king over Iran agreement
US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter has arrived in Saudi Arabia to allay the kingdom’s concerns over the nuclear agreement reached between Iran and the P5+1 group of countries reached last week in Vienna, Austria.

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