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  1. Even though both of them impose sanctions against NK, I´ve doubts it will change view of Lil Kim.
  2. Southeast Asia issues strong rebuke, warning to North Korea Southeast Asia’s top diplomats slammed North Korea with a sharp rebuke Saturday over its intercontinental ballistic missile tests and admonished Pyongyang to comply with its duty of helping avert conflicts as a member of Asia’s biggest security forum. The Association of Southeast Asian Nations foreign ministers, however, were split on an American proposal to suspend Pyongyang from the ASEAN Regional Forum, a 27-nation bloc that includes North Korea and its bitter adversaries the U.S., South Korea and Japan. The ASEAN ministers reiterated in a joint statement their grave concerns over the escalation of tensions on the Korean Peninsula due to the North’s two ICBM tests last month, saying the launches threaten world stability. The ministers traditionally issue a communique containing their diverse concerns, and their issuance of a separate statement on North Korea’s missile tests and nuclear weapons program reflects their deep worries about the issue. “These developments seriously threaten peace, security and stability in the region and the world,” the ministers said in their statement. They urged the North to immediately and fully comply with its obligations under U.N. Security Council resolutions. https://apnews.com/4a7f8d3d81354862b1ce29d96dd41baf/Southeast-Asia-issues-strong-rebuke,-warning-to-North-Korea?utm_campaign=SocialFlow&utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=AP
  3. US pushes for new UN sanctions to slash North Korean export revenue A new UN Security Council resolution drafted by the US aims to ban North Korean trade in coal, iron, lead and seafood. There was reportedly "high confidence" among that the resolution would be backed by Russia and China. The UN Security Council is due to vote on Saturday over whether to toughen sanctions against North Korea, depriving the reclusive state of around $1 billion (850 million euro) in export revenue. The draft resolution, which was circulated to the 15-member Security Council on Friday, would also halt countries from increasing the number of North Korean laborers working abroad, ban any new joint business ventures with the North Korean regime and ban fresh investment into such existing ventures. Finally, the North's Foreign Trade Bank, the country's main clearing house, would be added to the UN's sanctions blacklist. http://www.dw.com/en/us-pushes-for-new-un-sanctions-to-slash-north-korean-export-revenue/a-39974326
  4. https://twitter.com/Conflicts/status/893551606070996993 There is 'high confidence' that Russia, China 'will be on board' with resolution- @Reuters
  5. Turkish news agencies say the country has increased its military presence along its southern border against threats from Kurdish militants in war-torn northern Syria. The official Anadolu news agency said Saturday that Turkey dispatched artillery to Kilis province to reinforce units there. The six-vehicle convoy included tanks and howitzers to be positioned across from the Kurdish-controlled Syrian region of Afrin, according to the private Dogan news agency. Turkey has been vehemently opposed to the presence of the People’s Protection Units, or YPG, in northern Syria. The country considers the YPG, a key U.S. ally in fighting the Islamic State group in Syria, a terror group and an extension of Kurdish militants operating inside Turkey. https://apnews.com/9bf5e4fae59545a58e5842b1a94da85c/Turkey-reinforces-military-units-on-Syrian-border?utm_campaign=SocialFlow&utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=AP
  6. UN Security Council is expected to consider a draft resolution on toughening sanctions against the DPRK in response to the recent missile tests at 15:00 hrs EDT or 19:00 hrs UTC, a Western diplomatic source told TASS on Friday. The draft envisions a ban on the exports of a range of minerals and products to the DPRK, including coal, iron, lead, and seafoods. The text also spells out other restrictions like precisely targeted measures against the individuals and manufacturers linked to the DPRK nuclear and missile programs. Reuters quoted U.S. estimations earlier a full observance of these restrictive measures could slash Pyongyang's foreign currency revenues, currently standing at $ 3 billion, by $ 1 billion. A source speaking to the agency claimed Russia and China might support the U.S.-drafted resolution. http://tass.com/world/959208
  7. The United States has reportedly sent over 100 more truckloads of weapons to the Syrian Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) as they battle the Islamic State (IS) in Raqqa. The trucks which were carrying hummers, jeeps, lifting cranes, and other types of weaponry entered the Hasakah region from the Iraqi border, Turkey’s Anadolu news agency reported. Since early June, the US has sent about 800 trucks of military supplies to the YPG forces as they continue to defeat IS in Syria. The US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), spearheaded by the YPG, are making “consistent gains” against IS in Raqqa, according to coalition spokesperson Colonel Ryan Dillon. http://www.kurdistan24.net/en/news/9c38e794-b4ef-4727-8c82-f01e20334815
  8. General Motors Co (GM.N) is recalling nearly 800,000 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and GMC Sierra 1500 pickup trucks worldwide that could lose power steering, according to documents made public Friday. The largest U.S. automaker said the 2014 model year trucks could suffer a temporary loss of electric power steering, especially during low-speed turning maneuvers, according to documents disclosed Friday by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The recall includes about 690,000 vehicles in the United States, 80,000 in Canada and around 25,000 in other markets. GM dealers will reflash the vehicle's software to address the defect. http://www.reuters.com/article/us-generalmotors-recall-idUSKBN1AK2J9?utm_campaign=trueAnthem:+Trending+Content&utm_content=598557dc04d301396b33b2d0&utm_medium=trueAnthem&utm_source=twitter
  9. Investigators working for U.S. special counsel Robert Mueller, who is investigating whether President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign colluded with Russia, have asked the White House for documents related to his former national security adviser Michael Flynn, the New York Times reported on Friday. "Though not a formal subpoena, the document request is the first known instance of Mr. Mueller’s team asking the White House to hand over records," said the Times, which cited unnamed people close to the investigation for the report. The Times also said the investigators had questioned witnesses about whether Flynn was secretly paid by the Turkish government during the final months of the 2016 campaign. The White House and Flynn's lawyer, Robert Kelner, did not immediately respond to requests from Reuters for comment. The Times quoted Ty Cobb, special counsel to Trump, as saying “We’ve said before we’re collaborating with the special counsel on an ongoing basis.” Trump has denied any collusion between his campaign and Russia and called the investigation a witch hunt. The Republican president fired Flynn in February after it became clear that he had falsely characterized the nature of phone conversations he had with the Russian ambassador to Washington in December. http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-russia-flynn-idUSKBN1AL01G?utm_campaign=trueAnthem:+Trending+Content&utm_content=5985613a04d3015c92117c11&utm_medium=trueAnthem&utm_source=twitter
  10. Image http://imgur.com/vsUKHEo UEFA has charged Legia Warsaw after its fans produced a banner of a Nazi holding a gun to a child’s head at a Champions League qualifier on Wednesday. Fans of the Polish champions hoisted a tifo the length of an entire stand at the Polish Army Stadium with an image of a Nazi-uniformed figure holding a gun to a crying child’s head on a background of a Polish flag bearing the year 1944. Underneath were the words: “During the Warsaw Uprising Germans killed 160,000 people. Thousands of them were children.” The banner commemorated the Warsaw Uprising of 1944, an unsuccessful operation by the Polish resistance Home Army to liberate Warsaw from German occupation during World War II. It comes after it was reported Thursday that Poland will consider a claim demanding reparations from Germany for the destruction it brought during the Nazi occupation. UEFA often punishes clubs for political symbols at games and said Legia faces a disciplinary charge relating to the “illicit banner” and another because stairways at its stadium were blocked, AP reported. It is not the first time a banner at a Legia game has landed the club in hot water. In 2014, the club was fined $82,166 after fans unfurled a banner depicting UEFA as a pig and insinuating the organization was corrupt. https://www.rt.com/sport/398673-uefa-charges-legia-nazi-banner/
  11. In a move that both attracted and scared away attendees from a Colorado council meeting, a Satanist delivered the invocation Wednesday. Those opposed gathered outside while Andrew Vodopich became the first Satanist in the state to deliver the prayer. Representing the Western Colorado Atheists and Freethinkers, Vodopich delivered the invocation at the Grand Junction City Council meeting. The one minute prayer would have failed to raise an eyebrow had it not been for a “Hail Satan” tacked to the end.
  12. What was the Afghan MOAB for?

    I think it was more spiritual reasons to use MOAB. Meaning of "MOAB" Jewish encyclopedia: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Moabites were polytheists like the other early Semites; and they induced the Hebrew invaders to join in their sacrifices (humans). Their chief god was Chemosh (or Moloch), so that they are even called the "people of Chemosh". Image of Chemosh (Moloch) http://imgur.com/4r00L5f At times, especially in dire peril, human sacrifices were offered to him, as by Mesha, who gave up his son and heir to him. Nevertheless, Solomon built, for this "abomination of Moab," on the hill before Jerusalem, a "high place" which was not destroyed until the reign of Josiah. The Moabite Stone also mentions a female counterpart of Chemosh, Ishtar-(or Ashtar-) (or ISIS) Chemosh, and a god Nebo, the well-known Babylonian divinity, while the cult of Baal-peor or Peor seems to have been marked by sensuality. Image of Baal http://imgur.com/NtHUE5O Jewish encyclopedia http://jewishencyclopedia.com/articles/10898-moab
  13. More than just prices dropped in a Kazakhstan travel company advertisement, which saw a group of air stewards strip down to just their hats. The video for Chocotravel drew mixed reactions online, with some accusing it of sexism.
  14. China has temporarily sealed off a part of the Yellow Sea for what it described as “large-scale” military exercises, the second drill off the coast of the Korean Peninsula in the past two weeks. The area, which covers approximately 57,000 square kilometers from Qingdao in eastern China’s Shandong Province to Lianyungang in Jiangsu province, will be off-limits to all vessels from 6 a.m. local time on Saturday until 6 p.m. on Tuesday. The Chinese navy provided no further details on the four-day “large-scale military operations” in the restricted area. The earlier round was conducted for three days between July 27 and July 29. The drills come at a time of flare-ups between Beijing and Washington over Pyongyang’s latest missile test, aiming to reassert China’s regional power and to send a message of deterrence, according to analysts. Malcolm Davis, an expert in Chinese defense at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, told the South China Morning Post the latest military exercise was about deterring North Korea while serving as a show of force for the US and Japan. “It’s basically a warning to Pyongyang,” he said. “The Chinese would really like to get the North Koreans to back down, but it largely depends on whether [North Korean leader] Kim Jong-un is ready to do that.” http://presstv.ir/Detail/2017/08/05/530753/China-seals-off-Yellow-Sea-for-naval-drills
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