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- North Korea says nuclear talks with U.S. at risk if South Korea military drills happen July 17, 2019North Korea's Foreign Ministry said Washington's pattern of "unilaterally reneging on its commitments" was leading Pyongyang to reconsider its own commitments to discontinue tests of nuclear weapons and intercontinental ballistic missiles.
- Opponents sue as Trump’s new asylum rules go into effect July 17, 2019The policy went into effect Tuesday but drew two swift lawsuits from immigrant advocacy groups in federal courts, one in San Francisco and one in Washington, D.C.
- Hong Kong protests continue, expand to oppose China July 17, 2019What began as a protest against an extradition bill has ballooned into a fundamental challenge to the way Hong Kong is governed — and the role of the Chinese government in the city’s affairs.
- Former U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens dead at 99 July 17, 2019During nearly 35 years on the court, Stevens stood for the freedom and dignity of individuals, be they students or immigrants or prisoners.
- Ursula von der Leyen confirmed as president of European Commission July 17, 2019The European Parliament voted 383-327 with 22 abstentions to approve von der Leyen’s nomination.
- 50 years since Apollo 11, Canada’s newest astronauts dream of following Neil Armstrong’s footsteps July 17, 2019The next 50 years will offer unprecedented opportunities for astronauts to go boldly where no Canadian has gone before.Jeff Semple
- Defence attorneys say Jeffrey Epstein had foreign passport out of fear of kidnapping July 17, 2019"The passport was for personal protection in the event of travel to dangerous areas, only to be presented to potential kidnapers, hijackers or terrorists should violent episodes occur," they wrote.
- Peacekeeper among 6 killed in disputed border region of Sudan, South Sudan: UN July 16, 2019Both Sudan and South Sudan claim ownership of the oil-rich Abyei area.
- U.S., Iran send mixed signals amid ongoing dispute July 16, 2019Iran and the United States sent mixed signals on Tuesday about resolving their disputes as Iran's supreme leader threatened to further breach the 2015 nuclear deal while the U.S. president cited "a lot of progress."
- U.S. House condemns Trump’s Twitter attack on Democratic congresswomen as racist July 16, 2019Tuesday's vote was 240-187 and was solidly opposed by Republicans.