North Korea promises nuclear strike on US

North Korea promises nuclear strike on US

The threat was in response to comments from CIA Director Mike Pompeo, who said last week that the Trump administration needed to find a way to separate Kim from his growing nuclear stockpile. “As for the regime, I am hopeful we will find a way to separate that regime from this system,” Pompeo said. “The North Korean people I’m sure are lovely people and would love to see him go.” KCNA reported that a spokesman from the North Korean Foreign Ministry said, “The DPRK legally stipulates that if the supreme…

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Faulty airbag victim was sent five recalls

Faulty airbag victim was sent five recalls

HONDA Australia has revealed that the driver killed by a faulty airbag in Sydney on July 13 had received five recall notices over the past 16 months — but the car was not brought in for the replacement airbag which takes less than an hour to fit. “We extend our deepest sympathies to the family and have reached out to them,” said Honda Australia boss Stephen Collins. “But as investigations are ongoing it’s not appropriate for us to comment further.” When asked if Honda had sent a recall notice to…

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Reward offered in bid to solve hula dancer's murder, 44 years on

Reward offered in bid to solve hula dancer's murder, 44 years on

Updated July 26, 2017 08:18:21 Photo: Paul White and Lynette White on their wedding day. (Supplied: Paul White) Related Story: How playing cards could crack 43yo cold case Police will offer a $100,000 reward in a bid to solve the decades-old murder of a Sydney woman, who was stabbed to death in a “frenzied attack” as her infant son slept just metres away. The young Coogee mother was stabbed to death in her unit in 1973. Her husband, Paul, found her with multiple stab wounds and her throat cut after…

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Solo sailor arrives in Albany after historic Antarctic circumnavigation

Solo sailor arrives in Albany after historic Antarctic circumnavigation

Updated July 26, 2017 05:27:56 Scores of supporters have welcomed Queensland sailor Lisa Blair back into Australia, capping off her 184-day journey around Antarctica. Blair, 32, set off from Albany in Western Australia in January and is set to be named the first woman to circumnavigate Antarctica solo. Blair was expected to reach Albany’s Princess Royal Harbour early on Tuesday afternoon, but strong winds kept her from making landfall earlier. Hundreds of people lined vantage points along the coast to cheer her in, however it was dark by the time…

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Libya rivals set to agree to ceasefire, elections

Libya rivals set to agree to ceasefire, elections

Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj, the leader of the United Nations-backed government in Tripoli, and Gen. Khalifa Haftar, the commander of the so-called Libyan National Army which controls parts of the east of the country, met with the French President at a chateau in La Celle Saint-Cloud, west of Paris. Ghassan Salamé, the new special representative of the United Nations Secretary-General, also took part in the discussions Tuesday. “Today, the cause of peace in Libya has made great progress,” President Macron tweeted. The talks ended with a 10-point joint declaration backed…

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