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  • North-South Korea flights to start soon, if UN grants Kim's request

    Date: 2018-05-04 18:52:28 GMT - Canada - World - SN:76 - ID:7383810

    OTTAWA, May 4 (MENA) - United Nations aviation agency directors will visit North Korea next week to discuss Pyongyang's request to establish air routes to South Korea, Russia Today reported. Officials from the UN's International Civil Aviation ....

  • EC ready to help Greece with migrant, refugee arrival spike

    Date: 2018-05-04 18:19:58 GMT - Greece - World - SN:75 - ID:7383747

    ATHENS, May 4 (MENA) - Europe's border and coast guard forces are prepared to help Greece manage a recent spike in migrant and refugee arrivals by land and sea, European Commission (EC) spokesperson Natasha Bertaud said on Friday, according to ....

  • Trump to speak with Mueller on guarantee he’ll ‘be treated fairly’

    Date: 2018-05-04 18:10:55 GMT - USA - World - SN:72 - ID:7383738

    WASHINGTON, May 4 (MENA) - US President Donald Trump on Friday said he would “love to” speak with special counsel Robert Mueller in the Russia investigation, but will only do so if he can be "treated fairly". Speaking to reporters, Trump said he ....

  • Trump says US needs 'fairness' on China trade

    Date: 2018-05-04 18:09:14 GMT - USA - World - SN:71 - ID:7383746

    WASHINGTON, May 4 (MENA) - US President Donald Trump said there's a need to "bring fairness to trade between the U.S. and China" and his administration will be "doing something one way or the other." He was quoted by ABC News as saying that his ....

  • Russua's parl't to consider Putin's nomination for PM on May 8

    Date: 2018-05-04 17:42:08 GMT - Russia - World - SN:70 - ID:7383737

    MOSCOW, May 4 (MENA) - If the Russian president nominates a candidate for prime minister on May 7, the State Duma will consider the nomination at its May 8 session, Duma Speaker Vyacheslav Volodin was quoted by state media as saying on ....

  • Greece, Macedonia to keep on working on name dispute

    Date: 2018-05-04 17:08:38 GMT - Greece - World - SN:69 - ID:7383733

    ATHENS, May 4 (MENA) - The foreign ministers of Greece and Macedonia have held talks on resolving a dispute about Macedonia's name that has frustrated the country's hopes of joining the European Union and NATO, ABC News reported. Nikos Kotzias ....

  • White House denies report about troop drawdown in South Korea

    Date: 2018-05-04 16:56:20 GMT - USA - World - SN:68 - ID:7383695

    WASHINGTON, May 4 (MENA) - The White House on Friday strongly denied a New York Times story claiming the administration is talking to South Korea about reducing the number of US troops stationed in that country, The Hill reported. "The New York ....

  • Russian border guards detain Ukrainian ship for illegal fishing off Crimea

    Date: 2018-05-04 16:53:01 GMT - Russia - World - SN:67 - ID:7383688

    MOSCOW, May 4 (MENA) - Russian border guards on Friday detained an Ukrainian ship on the suspicion of illegal fishing, the press-service of the regional border guard office said. The incident occurred off Crimea’s western coast, near Cape ....

  • Britain is committed to support its allies in face of challenges -- minister

    Date: 2018-05-04 16:49:13 GMT - United Kingdom - World - SN:66 - ID:7383708

    LONDON, May 4 (MENA) - UK Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson said that Britain remains more committed than ever to our longstanding allies in the face of evolving and intensifying threats, including chemical and biological weapons, according to a ....

  • Terrorist acts plotted in Russia were coordinated from abroad - FSB

    Date: 2018-05-04 16:35:19 GMT - Russia - World - SN:65 - ID:7383599

    MOSCOW, May 4 (MENA) - The Russian Federal Security Service has reported the detention of five Daesh members in the city of Yaroslavl on May 3-4. As the law enforcement agency specified, they were plotting terrorist acts in several Russian cities, ....

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