Speaking with reporters in the White House Oval Office on Tuesday, US President Donald Trump took a moment to brush off a speck lying on French President Emmanuel Macron's jacket, remarking that he needed to look "perfect."
The US military has begun briefing the families of the four American troops who were killed in an ambush in Niger on October 4, 2017, by Islamist militants of the local Daesh offshoot, Islamic State in the Greater Sahara (ISGS).
As peace and disarmament summits with both South Korea and the US grow near, North Korea’s main nuclear test site remains “fully operational,” according to 38 North, a US watchdog website devoted to analyzing the isolated Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, north of the demilitarized zone on the northern 38th parallel.
Atlanta was extorted for $50,000 to be paid in bitcoin (roughly 5.4 bitcoin as of press time) after the city’s computer networks were infected with vicious malware in late March. The city might as well have paid the ransom, because it wound up spending $2.6 million on emergency contracts to recover systems made inoperable by the malware infection.
Ankara has good reasons for bringing its gold back from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, analysts told Sputnik, referring to increasing tensions between Washington and Ankara, which have triggered nothing short of a crisis of confidence.
The pro-Saudi tabloid that showed up on newsstands at Wal-Mart, Safeway and other US supermarkets last month might have been shared with officials at the Saudi Embassy in Washington around three weeks before its publication, according to two anonymous sources who spoke to AP on Tuesday.
We all know Uranus has long been the butt of many jokes, and it doesn’t seem like the planet is going to be getting any slack now: a team of British researchers has revealed that it reeks of fart fumes.
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