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North Korea says willing to resume US talks this month, launches more projectiles
North Korea said on Monday it was willing to restart nuclear talks with the United States in late September but warned that dealings between the sides could end unless Washington takes a fresh approach.
If US toys with old scenario, talks will fail: North Korea
There will not be any deal between North Korea and the United States if Washington “toys with an old scenario” with regard to bilateral negotiations, says a senior North Korean official.
Washington-backed Kurdish militants voice support for US-Turkey ‘safe zone’ in northern Syria
US-backed Kurdish militants operating in northern Syria have expressed their support for a so-called safe zone plan in the area.
Putin warns Moscow will develop new nuclear missiles if Washington does so
Russian President Vladimir Putin has urged the United States to start new arms talks, a few days after the collapse of the landmark Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF), warning that Moscow will be forced to begin developing short- and intermediate-range land-based nuclear missiles if Washington starts doing so.
Washington's Potomac River hits record high temperature
The Potomac River, which flows through the US capital Washington, hit a record high temperature of 94°F (34°C) over the weekend — as warm as bathwater — following a major heat wave.
Spokesman: UK ambassador to Washington continues in post with PM's full support
Trump blasts UK PM, envoy over leaked memos
Britain’s ambassador to Washington remains in post and continues to carry out his duties with Prime Minister Theresa May’s full support, her spokesman said on Tuesday.
Berlin rejects Washington’s call for deploying ground forces to Syria
Germany has rejected a call by the United States to deploy ground troops in Syria, a stance that will most likely anger US President Donald Trump who wants the European country to commit to a bigger military role in the Middle East.
Turkey FM accuses Washington Post of terror propaganda over PKK article
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu has censured major American daily newspaper The Washington Post for promoting "terrorist propaganda," after it published an article penned by a founder of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) militant group.
Putin say Moscow seeks improved ties with Washington, warns of countermeasures
Russian President Vladimir Putin says his country seeks improved relations with the United States but has warned that Moscow will take countermeasures if Washington imposes more sanctions.
Washington state waterfront landowners are getting an unusual request: Take in dead whales
Are you a waterfront owner who does not mind dead whales on your property? There's a special offer for you in Washington state.
Washington's offer of talks to Iran nonsense, Analyst says
Political commentator Jason Unruhe says the US's new offer of "unconditional" talks with Iran is nonsense because it has already put a set of conditions on the table.
Iraq sending teams to Tehran, Washington to 'halt tension' between two sides: Prime Minister
Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi says his country is set to send delegations to the US and Iran to help “halt tension” between the two sides amid growing concerns over a military conflict as Washington ratchets up its belligerent rhetoric against Tehran and build up its military presence in the region.
China slams Washington's 'gross interference' over Hong Kong matter
China has denounced the behavior of the US Department of State as "gross interference" in the issue of the imprisonment of activist leaders of a pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong.
North Korea's Kim ‘oversees test-fire of tactical weapon’
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has overseen the test-firing of a new type of “tactical guided weapon,” North Korean state media report, the first public test since the collapse of a second round of top-level negotiations between Washington and Pyongyang.

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